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After winning 2-1 at top-seeded Tennessee Wesleyan in a semifinal, fourth-seeded Union College won by the same score Saturday at No. 2 seed Bryan College in the Appalachian Athletic Conference men's soccer tournament championship match. This one was in overtime, with Union's Edson Bangali ending it at 92:15. Brad Spooner scored at 84:37 for Bryan (10-6-2).

* Late Friday night in Pensacola, Florida, the Lee University women matched the Lee men from the afternoon as a fourth seed defeating top-seeded Mississippi College by a goal in the Gulf South Conference tournament semifinals. The Lady Flames (16-4) edged NCAA Division II's fifth-ranked Lady Choctaws (15-2) 1-0 on Kelsey Yoder's 21st-minute goal from a Kate Dirkse assist, while Taylor Green had a five-save shutout. The Lee teams play the West Florida men and Montevallo women in the finals Sunday in Pensacola.

Volleyball

* The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga concluded its regular season Saturday with its second Southern Conference win in as many nights, 3-0 over Wofford. The set scores were 25-16, 25-22, 25-21. Gylian Finch had 14 kills for UTC (7-22, 2-14), while Maddie Halsey set 28 assists and Brianna Anderson had 12 digs.

* Lee ended a tough season Saturday with a 3-1 GSC home win (25-23, 25-20, 23-26, 27-25) over Christian Brothers (6-26, 3-13), which got 21 kills and 17 digs from East Hamilton graduate Emma Lenoir. For Lee (10-21, 3-13), Bailey Kress had 17 kills, Abby Stroh 14 kills and 12 digs, Hanna Matthews 41 assists and Micaela McMichen 18 digs. Quinne Daoust and Mary Katherine Givhan added nine and seven kills.

* No. 3 seed Milligan lost 3-0 (27-25, 25-13, 25-16) to No. 1 seed Reinhardt (32-2) in the AAC tournament final Saturday in Kingsport, but AAC player of the year Kellee Geren from Cleveland had 26 assists and nine digs for the Lady Buffs (24-11). She had 42 assists, a team-high 19 digs and five block assists in a 3-1 semifinal win over Truett McConnell.

Tennis

* Sue Webb, tennis director for The Lookout Mountain Club, helped Team Southern win the 55s age group in the National Senior Women's Intersectionals in Naples, Florida. Team Southern was seeded third but won 5-0 over New England, 4-1 over No. 1 seed Texas and 3-2 in the final against No. 2 seed Southern California. Webb went 3-0 in singles and 3-0 in doubles, two of those with former Tennessee star Michelle (DePalmer) Williams.

Basketball

* Haley Schubert and Abby Bertram had 15 and 13 points and five and four assists as Lee rose to 4-0 with a 92-66 home win Saturday against Clark Atlanta. Lindsey Roddy, Maddie Long and Taylor Boggess scored 12, 11 and 10 points.

* Dalton State improved to 6-0 with two wins in Life University's Sock Fancy Classic. In Friday's 98-80 defeat of Morris, C.J. Perry hit five 3s and scored 26 points, Kevon Tucker and Randy Bell each scored 19, Jordan Young added 14 and matched Igor Stokic with 10 rebounds and Rodley Adjei had 12 points with five assists. Saturday in a 74-64 victory over Piedmont International, Young had 17 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks, Perry 14 points with four 3s and Tucker 13 points.

* Britnay Gore had 26 points and 25 rebounds and Asjah Harrell had 17 points and 10 assists as Cleveland State opened TCCAA women's play with an 80-56 win at Volunteer State. Also for the Lady Cougars, Charisma Barner had 10 points and eight rebounds and Cassidy Nihoff added 10 points and three steals. The Cougars also won, 94-77, as Demonte Person had 32 points and five steals, Jakobey Hitchens 15 points, Jaquez Hicks 13 points and eight rebounds and Jon Morgan 11 points and 12 rebounds.

* Sewanee's women bounced back from Friday's 78-69 home loss to Belhaven in which they committed 28 turnovers with a 66-38 rout of Johnson on Saturday. Raquel Waller scored 13 points, Kinsley Logan had 11 points and eight rebounds and Ellie Treanton passed for eight assists for the Tigers (2-3). Friday, Treanton had 22 points, Abby Young 15 plus seven rebounds and Camryn Broussard 10 rebounds.

* The Covenant women lost 70-52 to Millsaps on Friday and 84-72 to Birmingham-Southern on Saturday in BSC's tournament. Margo Koby had 11 points and nine rebounds and Cosette Kirsch had 10 points, four assists and three steals Friday for Covenant (1-2). Saturday, Hannah Monday had a career-high 27 points and seven rebounds, Ruthie Moore and Rachel Thomas each 14 points and seven rebounds and Koby 11 points, eight rebounds and six assists.

Compiled by Ron Bush. Contact him at rbush@timesfreepress.com or 423-757-6291.

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