Digest: Navy women extend nation's best streak to 15 with OT win

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October 08, 2012|Sports Digest

College soccer

Navy women extend streak to 15 with OT win

Freshman Kaylie Davidson scored in overtime to send host Navy past Lehigh, 1-0, on Sunday as the Midshipmen (15-1, 3-0 Patriot League) won their 15th straight game, the longest active women's soccer winning streak in the nation. Junior midfielder Brittany Fruin sent a corner kick into the box in the closing minutes of the first overtime, and sophomore defender Jade Seabrook headed the ball to Davidson, who struck the ball on the volley into the right side of the net at 98:30. The goal was Davidson's second game-winner of the season and her second goal of the week. The Mids have scored five game-winning goals in the 88th minute or later this season; Navy defeated Lafayette, 3-2, on Friday night on the strength of a game-winning goal by Lily Kraemer in the 88th minute. "We've been very good on our set pieces," Navy coach Carin Gabarra said. "We tell our team to go after them and we executed it well. We also got better as the game went on today. We continued to fight and pressed more and put more pressure on the ball towards the ending minutes of the game. It was a quality game, but there weren't a lot of quality chances for either team." Junior goalkeeper Elizabeth Hoerner posted her second shutout of the season, making two saves against the Mountain Hawks (2-10, 0-3) and improving her record to 13-1. Navy will next play at Colgate on Friday in a battle of teams tied atop the league standings with nine points and 3-0 conference records.

More women: Freshman Ashley Spivey (McDonogh) scored twice to lead No. 9 Maryland to a 3-0 shutout of host North Carolina State. The Terrapins improved to 10-3-2 overall on the season and regained the top spot in the Atlantic Coast Conference with 16 points on a 5-1-1 mark. The Wolfpack fell to 5-9-0 overall and 0-5-0 in the conference. ... Host Mount St. Mary's (7-5-1, 2-1-1 Northeast Conference) battled Sacred Heart (5-7-1, 2-2-1) to a 0-0 draw. ... Towson (1-11-1, 1-4 Colonial Athletic Association) lost, 1-0, to visiting James Madison (4-9, 2-3).

Men: Fairleigh Dickinson (5-4-1, 2-0-1 Northeast Conference) scored twice in the second half to rally for a 2-1 victory against host Mount St. Mary's (3-8-0, 1-3-0). Will Jagger notched his first college goal for the Mount late in the first half; Godfred Baafi and Nicholas Walker scored for the Knights.

More colleges

Towson coasts to its 10th straight victory in volleyball

Junior Katy Buck (Mount de Sales) and senior Marta Machos combined for 24 kills to lead the Towson volleyball team to a 3-0 victory over host UNC Wilmington. Buck added 10 digs as the Tigers (17-3, 4-0 CAA) won their 10th straight match. The 10 straight wins by the Tigers tie the 2010 squad for the longest winning streak under coach Bruce Atkinson. Buck recorded her second double double of the weekend and sixth of the season with 14 kills and 10 digs against the Seahawks (7-13, 0-5). Machos contributed 10 kills, three digs and two service aces. Senior Aubrey Kirven led the Tigers' offense with 39 assists, three digs and two kills.

Field hockey: No. 21 William and Mary needed overtime to defeat Towson, 4-3. The Tigers (0-13, 0-4 CAA) rallied from a 3-2 deficit to tie the game with 4:13 remaining and force the extra session against the Tribe (10-4, 3-2).

Women's lacrosse: Johns Hopkins will host UMBC, Mount St. Mary's and George Mason as part of the second annual Stick it to Sarcoma Tournament on Oct. 27 beginning at 9 a.m. at Homewood Field. Admission is $5, and proceeds go to the Hopkins Sarcoma Center. Last fall, then-senior attacker Rachel Ballatori and the rest of the program organized the first tournament as a tribute to Ballatori's father, who died on Christmas Day in 2011 after a battle with sarcoma. Last year's event raised $15,000.

Football: Navy senior outside linebacker Keegan Wetzel is one of 50 Football Bowl Subdivision semifinalists for the William V Campbell Trophy, which recognizes the nation's best football scholar-athlete.

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