The N.C. State women’s soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision Sunday at William & Mary.
Junior defender Dayna Tomayko scored the first goal of her career. N.C. State (2-4-0) held a 1-0 lead going into the halftime break, but the Tribe (2-1-1) pieced together a strong second half with 11 total shots and two goals.
Duke: The fourth-ranked Blue Devils (4-0) posted their second shutout in as many games, topping Temple 3-0 score in nonconference action.
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Both teams entered the contest unbeaten, as Temple started the year with victories over Northeastern, No. 10 UMass and Rutgers, and the Blue Devils defeated No. 16 Michigan State, Central Michigan and No. 7 Princeton.
Freshman Ashley Kristen registered her first collegiate goal early, and junior midfielder Aileen Johnson notched her team-leading third assist of the season.
Freshman Alexa Mackintire finished on a cross from sophomore Heather Morris in the 30th minute.
“There really aren’t classes on this team – everyone has worked so hard,” said senior forward Jessica Buttinger. “Our strength at Duke is definitely the depth that we have. The freshmen have been amazing and meshed instantly on the field. I know that they’re connecting, so it feels really good out there with them.”
North Carolina: The Tar Heels won their second road game of the weekend, beating No. 18 Delaware 5-1 at Rullo Stadium. Charlotte Craddock and Gab Major each had two goals, and junior Casey Di Nardo had one goal and assisted on another. Junior Emma Bozek had two assists.
Craddock scored the game-winner in the 15th minute, sending in a shot from the right side. Di Nardo’s goal came next, five minutes before halftime, on a pass from Bozek.
Craddock also kicked off the second-half scoring, in the 42st minute, with Bozek again assisting on the play. Major scored in the 50th minute, deflecting in a ball from Di Nardo. Major’s second goal, in the 54th minute, came off a rebound and made the score 5-0.
Campbell: Nadine White is atop the leader board and Campbell owns a four-stroke edge in the team standings following the first round of the women’s Golfweek Program Challenge at Pawleys Island, S.C.
White birdied four of the first seven holes and matched her collegiate career low round. She leads the 59-player field in scoring on par-4 holes (-2) and is tied for third on the par-5 layouts (-1).
Campbell teammates Brooke Bellomy and Tahnia Ravnjak are tied for fourth place.
In the men's tournament, Campbell shot a 4-under 284 and sits sixth in the team standings.
Saint Augustine’s: Olivia Porter totaled 22 kills and 20 digs in two matches on the final day of the Janet Collins Volleyball Invitational in Murfreesboro.
St. Aug’s lost in four sets (22-25, 25-21, 21-25, 24-26) to Converse and in three sets (12-25, 19-25, 9-25) to Chowan, which hosted the event.
Campbell: In a back-and-forth game Saturday, Army defeated Campbell 3-2 (24-26, 25-22, 25-23, 17-25, 15-13) in Long Beach, Calif., in the closest game the Camels have played this season. Redshirt senior Jessica Groen led Campbell with 15 kills, while redshirt junior Alexis Hein added 14 kills.
Campbell: Appalachian State scored on its first seven possessions and defeated visiting Campbell 66-0 in its Football Bowl Subdivision home debut Saturday night at Kidd Brewer Stadium.
Appalachian State moves to 1-1 and Campbell dips to 0-2.