Isaac Caughran scored a pair of game-winning goals for the Charlotte men’s soccer team last week, including a score in an overtime victory against No. 10 Virginia.
UMass came up short against Xavier in three straight games at home last weekend.
Atlantic 10 coaches predicted Massachusetts to win the conference, with Fordham and Charlotte finishing in second and third, respectively.
After being bounced in the first round of the Beanpot, the Massachusetts baseball team will look to rebound and win its second consecutive Atlantic 10 series.
Despite being picked to finish third in the Atlantic 10, the Dayton baseball team is sputtering thus far with a 9-11 record. Meanwhile, conference foes Charlotte and Xavier continue their winning ways.
Duke ran away with the ACC Championship in the second half against UNC behind point guard Jasmine Thomas’ 21-point performance.
The Duke men’s basketball team dropped its third game of the season to Virginia Tech on Saturday, 64-60.
Junior guard Tu Holloway hit two clutch free throws down the stretch to give the Xavier men’s basketball team its seventh-straight win over Atlantic 10 opponent Dayton, 66-62.
The Musketeers earned the No. 1 ranking in the A-10 as they defeated Duquesne, 71-63, last Sunday.
Xavier and Temple are both 11-0 and hold the top two spots in the conference. The deciding game for the No. 1 ranking will likely come Feb. 27th, when the two powerhouses meet at Temple.
The George Washington women’s basketball team defeated Rhode Island and Saint Louis to leapfrog Massachusetts, the Billikens and the Rams in the A-10 standings.
Guard Michael Davenport nailed a 3-pointer with 1.6 seconds left in regulation to give the St. Bonaventure men’s basketball team a 64-62 win over Duquesne on Saturday.
Duquesne remains undefeated in conference play. La Salle’s win overcame an 11-point deficit with 10 minutes left.
Senior guard Amber Harris helped the Xavier women’s basketball team to two Atlantic 10 victories over St. Bonaventure and Charlotte.
The Lady Spiders are off to a torrid start in conference play, having won their first three contests by double digits. Meanwhile, Xavier continues to dominate as Ta’Shia Phillips and Amber Harris sport double-double averages on the season.
After beginning the season with seven straight victories, the Massachusetts men’s basketball team has lost its last two games against Boston College and Maine. UMass’ next seven games will come during winter break, with the last three coming against conference opponents.
Following two wins over the past week, the Xavier women’s basketball team improved its record to 8-0 which is the best start in school history. Their latest two wins came against Southern California and Cincinnati.
The Charlotte women’s basketball team fell to Duke, 61-65, on Saturday. Kendria Holmes scored 15 points for the 49ers in the loss, while Shannon McCallum dropped 11 on three conversions from 3-point land. The No. 6-ranked Blue Devils are 6-0 to begin the season.
The Richmond men’s basketball team upset Purdue, 65-54, to claim the Chicago Invitational tournament title on Saturday. Senior guard Kevin Anderson led the Spiders with 28 points, while Justin Harper poured in 14 to extend Richmond’s winning streak to four games.
After dropping its contest against Boston University, the George Washington men’s basketball team rebounded to defeat Marist, 79-59. Tony Taylor led the Colonials with a game-high 23 points as GWU knocked down seven 3-pointers in the first half to take a big lead into intermission.