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Roundup: UC ousted in NCAA soccer tournament

Mercyhurst's Sam Dorf scored in the 81st minute to give the Lakers a 1-0 win against the University of Charleston in the second round of the NCAA Division II soccer tournament at Schoenbaum Stadium.

The Golden Eagles outshot Mercyhurst 13-5 but could not break through for the equalizer in the game's final minutes. UC goalkeeper Sean Teepen was not tested much, but gave up the one goal while making three saves.

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  • WVSU HOOPS: West Virginia State shot just 23 percent from the floor, losing 63-40 on the road at Mercyhurst.

    The poor shooting day for the Yellowjackets (1-1) included a 1-for-16 showing from 3-point range. Anton Hutchins led WVSU with 11 points and grabbed eight rebounds. David Ford added five points while Howard Douglass, Juan Johnson and Raymon Austin each scored four.

    Luis Leo led the Lakers with 13 points.

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  • WVU TECH HOOPS: WVU Tech's men's basketball team won the Bevo Francis Tournament by beating the host team, Rio Grande, 88-82 Saturday in Rio Grande, Ohio.

    Golden Bears' senior David Rawlinson was honored as tournament MVP after scoring 41 points in the championship game. Tech's Terrale Clark was also named to the all-tournament team.

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  • WVU SOCCER: West Virginia lost to Princeton 2-1 in the opening round of the NCAA women's tournament. The Tigers got goals from Lynessa McGeee and Jen Hoy, the Ivy League player of the year. WVU (11-5-4) got a late goal from Frances Silva.

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  • WVC VOLLEYBALL: Wheeling Jesuit will be the No. 1 seed in the West Virginia Conference volleyball tournament, with Seton Hill, Fairmont State and Alderson-Broaddus filling out the rest of the top four, who all get byes in the first round.

    All first-round games are scheduled for Monday and are at the higher seed's home court. No. 9 West Virginia Wesleyan plays No. 8 Shepherd, No. 10 Concord takes on No. 7 West Virginia State, No. 11 West Liberty visits No. 6 Charleston and No. 12 Davis & Elkins travels to No. 5 Pitt Johnstown.

    The rest of the tournament will be at UC's Eddie King Gym, with the quarterfinal round scheduled to begin Thursday.

     


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