CONWAY, S.C. Sophomore Perri Bonner scored on a pass from Sara Trexler with 5 minutes, 28 seconds left in regulation to tie the game at 1. Coastal picked up the win, 2-1, on a goal at the 94:04 mark after a flip throw-in by Christina Stern found Ellie Taylor’s head.
Amanda Jones had a career-high six shots for the 49ers.
Georgetown 6, N.C. State 0: N.C. State played its second straight ranked opponent, falling to the undefeated Hoyas. Vanessa Skrumbis recorded two goals and an assist and Daphne Corboz registered one goal and three assists.
James Madison 2, Wake Forest 1: The visiting Dukes tied the match in the 37th minute and scored the game-winner six minutes into the second half.
Clemson 5, Elon 0: Salma Anastasio and Catrina Atanda each scored twice and Shannon Horgan notched four assists for the visiting Tigers (3-0).
Alabama-Birmingham 1, Davidson 0: Morgan Key-Adams scored her first goal with 14:09 remaining for the visitors, off an assist from Bri Kuestersteffen.
Duke 2, West Virginia 0: Toni Payne and Imani Dorsey scored for the visiting Blue Devils, and Ali Kershner made five saves.
Davidson 4, Cal Poly 3: After falling behind 2-0 in the opening half, the host Wildcats scored four unanswered goals early in the second half to rally in the season opener.
The Wildcats (1-0-0) extended their unbeaten streak in season openers to 16, which includes a 10-0-4 mark under coach Matt Spear.
Clemson 1, Radford 0: Sophomore Thales De Mello Moreno scored in the 85th minute in the regular season opener for both teams at Clemson. Moreno’s goal came off an assist from junior T.J. Casner. Casner passed it off to Moreno from 10 yards out on the right side, and Moreno knocked the shot in from 18 yards out into the upper right portion of the goal.
North Carolina 3, California 1: Goals from senior forwards Tyler Engel, Andy Craven and Rob Lovejoy gave No. 6 North Carolina a victory in the Carolina Nike Classic.
N.C. State 0, Valpariso 0: Goalkeeper Alex McCall made four saves for the host Wolfpack, and Valpariso’s Nico Campbell saved seven shots in the double-overtime match.
UCLA 3, Wake Forest 1: Ian Harkes scored the lone goal for the host Deacons, who outshot the Bruins 12-10 but fell in their opener.