Jamestown High graduate J.T. Castner, a sophomore pitcher, gained his first collegiate victory Tuesday as
The triumph snapped the Flames' nine-game winning streak.
Castner pitched seven innings of four-hit ball, yielding one earned run, four hits and no walks. W&M's Kevin Nutter was 3-for-5 with two RBIs, and Ryan Williams was 2-for-4 and scored twice.
Meanwhile, W&M’s game Wednesday at
Juniors Zach Harding and
Norfolk State’s game at North Carolina Central, planned for Wednesday, was postponed to 5 p.m. Thursday because of a storm forecast.
Alex Warren drew a bases-loaded walk for the winning run as Meredith upended sixth-ranked Division III team Christopher Newport 6-5 in nine innings in Raleigh, N.C.
Sabrina Hill had a two-run homer and Amber Arevalo hit an RBI single for CNU (7-2, 2-1 USA South). Game 2 of their scheduled doubleheader was stopped in the second inning because of darkness, with the score 2-2.
No. 20 Clemson defeated visiting William and Mary 4-0, leaving Tribe No. 3 player Ben Hoogland's match to remain unfinished at 5-all in the third set. ...
Coe, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, beat Christopher Newport 6-3 in the Orlando, Fla., area despite victories in doubles by the Captains' Joey Manilla and Lloyd Luck and in singles by freshman Chiraag Shetty from Tabb High and Will Sloan. The Captains dropped to 1-4. ...
Virginia retained the nation’s No. 1 ranking on the Intercollegiate Tennis Association computer list. ... No. 65 Virginia Tech swept James Madison 7-0 without losing a set.
North Carolina, guided by former W&M coach Brian Kalbas, maintained the nation's top ranking, with arch-rival Duke at No. 2. ...