Old Dominion running back Ray Lawry (33) sheds the tackle of Appalachian State linebacker Kennan Gilchrist(6) to score a touchdown for the Monarchs. The Mountaineers did go on to a convincing victory 31-7. The Monarchs return to the field next Saturday against ACC Foe NC STATE.
Richmond Spiders wide receiver Jamal Bevels snags the Kyle Lauletta over the defense of Virginia cornerback Tim Harris during second quarter action at the September 3, 2016 opener for both teams.
Wagner's Ben Ruta skied high to grab the drive by Virginia's Cameron Simmons, but to no avail. Simmons home run sparked a rally by Virginia and the Cavaliers pulled away for a 20-7 victory.
Amherst's Junior center David George (15) rejects a shot from Benedictine's Junior guard Tahron Harvey (2) in the 2016 NCAA D3 National Semifinal game in Salem, VA.
Old Dominion's Conner Meyer beats the tag of Virginia's Ernie Clement for a stolen base in the first inning at Davenport Field.
Penn State's Raquel Rodriguez (11) slips a shot past the defense of Duke's Morgan Reid (24) for the lone goal in the 2015 Womens NCAA College Cup in Cary, NC. The Nittany Lions claimed the championship and hoisted the trophy with a 1-0 victory.
Driving hard towards the first down marker, Spiders' running back Xavier Goodall struggle to free himself from the tackle of Virginia strong safety Kelvin Rainey.
Fort Defiance's Brandon Rott works to roll Riverheads' James Rea over on the mat in the 285lb class during Saturday's 27th annual News Leader Wrestling Tournament at Riverheads High School. Rott scored a pin for his young Indians squad.
Old Dominion guard Gianna Smith (5) puts the ball not eh floor and drive baseline against Virginia Commonwealth University's guard Ashlee Mitchell (21). The Monarchs were routed by the Rams 74-54 in a non-conference match up at the Siegel Center, Richmond, VA.
Penn State's Raquel "Rocky" Rodriguez (11) goes low to defect a pass from Rutger's Samantha Valliant (14). Rodriguez, a member of the 2015 Costa Rican World Cup team, led her Nittany Lions into Sunday's College Cup final against the Duke Blue Devils.
Presbyterian's DeSean Murray (3) recovers to block the shot of Richmond's Terry Allen (15). The Spiders however scored an impressive victory, 74-44 at the Robins Center, Richmond, VA.
Referee Bryan Kersey intently watches the action in the paint. Kersey, son of former NBA official Jess Kersey, has built a reputation as an excellent official in the ACC, the A10, and throughout the NCAA. He has officiated numerous games coast to coast, but just recently earned his first Final Four semifinal in 2015.
Richmond's forward Terry Allen (15) lays the ball in for an easy score. The Spiders went on to down the Lasalle Explorers for their second Atlantic 10 win.