The Lee University soccer teams both won 1-0 with late goals in Gulf South Conference quarterfinal matches on a cold, windy Tuesday in Cleveland, and both will play Mississippi College in semifinals Friday in surely warmer Pensacola, Florida. The Lady Flames' winning score against Valdosta State (11-7) was so late that it came at 108:51 — almost at the end of the second overtime period — Kelsey Yoder netting a superb pass from Laura Weimer. Yotam Balbul scored for the Lee men (10-4-4) against Christian Brothers at 81:58 from an Owen Keck assist, and goalkeeper Daniel Hrenko made four saves. Taylor Green had five saves for the Lady Flames (15-4), who had a 23-8 margin in shots, 12-5 in shots on goal. Earlier Tuesday, Lee junior midfielder Jared McWhorter was named the GSC men's offensive player of the year, senior Hrenko and sophomore defender Jonah Bryan made the All-GSC second team and Lady Flames senior forward Riley Engels made the women's all-conference first team. Engels, a Signal Mountain resident, has seven goals, including three game-winners, and five assists this season on a very balanced team, while McWhorter has seven goals, three winners and two assists.
* The Sewanee women's basketball team dropped to 1-2 for the season with a 65-58 loss Tuesday night at Berea College (2-0). The score was tied at 47. Kinsley Logan scored 20 points and Abby Young added 11 for Sewanee, and Ellie Treanton and Allison Hitchcock each collected eight rebounds.
* Sewanee's Anne Cleveland and Ceara Caffrey were voted to the Southern Athletic Association's 2019 field hockey all-conference first team, and the Tigers' Caroline Sugar and Jo Jo Young were All-SAA second-team choices. Sophomore Cleveland was the main set-up player on penalty corners and had two assists this season, when Caffrey had 16 goals and 35 points and ended her four-year career with 57 goals and 123 points. Sugar had three goals and two assists in repeating second-team honors, and defender Young made the second team for the fourth time.
* Dalton State's golf teams both wound up No. 6 in the final NAIA coaches' poll for the fall semester. The Lady Roadrunners are ranked behind new leader British Columbia, SCAD Savannah, Keiser, Taylor and Oklahoma City. Coastal Georgia is the men's No. 1, trailed by Keiser, Point, Ottawa (Arizona) and Oklahoma City, and Tennessee Wesleyan moved into the rankings at No. 25.