CHARLESTON, S.C. After going 220 minutes last weekend without a goal, the Appalachian State women’s soccer team exploded for nine on Friday at The Citadel to win 9-3.
Nine goals is the most for the Mountaineers (7-5-4, 4-1-3 Southern Conference) since scoring 11 on October 17, 2000 in an 11-0 rout of South Carolina State.
The Bulldogs fell to 5-9-2, 3-6-0.
Davidson 0, Wofford 0: The visiting Wildcats earned their fourth tie of the season while pushing their unbeaten streak vs. Wofford to 11 games.
Davidson moved to 5-9-4, 3-4-1 Southern Conference. Wofford fell to 7-3-5, 3-1-4.
South Carolina 4, Vanderbilt 1: The host Gamecocks (13-2-2, 6-2-1) struck three times in the first 15 minutes. Midfielder Chelsea Drennan set up all three of the first-half goals, tying the school record for most assists in a game.
Vanderbilt is 4-10,-3, 1-7-1.
Elon 3, Chattanooga 0: Nicole Dennion’s hat trick lifted the host Phoenix (11-2-4, 5-1-2 Southern Conference).
Dennion’s 13 goals are the most in a single season Elon history since making the transition to the Division I ranks.
Chattanooga fell to 5-11, 0-8.
N.C. State 3, Virginia Tech 2: Nazmi Albadawi scored two goals and added an assist to lead the host Wolfpack (6-4-4, 2-4-3 ACC).
Nick Surkamp put N.C. State on the board in the 21st minute against the Hokies (4-5-5, 1-3-5).
Clemson 3, Boston College 2: Manolo Sanchez scored his fifth goal of the season and T.J. Casner and Bobby Belair also scored for the host Tigers.
Clemson improves to 10-4-2, 5-2-2 ACC. Boston College falls to 6-6-2, 3-5-1.
Coastal Carolina 1, Liberty 0: A 32nd minute goal by Pedro Ribeiro led the host Chanticleers (12-2, 7-0 Big South) as they extended their winning streak to 11 matches.
Liberty is 7-7, 3-4.
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