Led by Esme Hamilton's third-place individual finish of 5-under-par 205, which tied Emily McLennan's 54-hole program record set four years ago, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women golfers finished third Sunday in the 15-team Princess Anne Invitational in Virginia Beach. Hamilton closed with a 66 and the Mocs compiled a 285 for a three-day 856, 13 strokes behind both LSU and Virginia Tech. Central Florida was fourth at 858. UTC's Rheagan Hall shot 73 and tied for 17th at 215, while Maddy McDanel (72), Michaela Kulhankova and Kirsty Beckwith totaled 218, 222 and 225.


* UTC played to a scoreless draw in Southern Conference women's soccer Sunday at East Tennessee State. The game ended on the sixth save by ETSU goalkeeper Tess Mrozek, securing Osa Iyare's shot at the end of the second overtime. Iyare took four shots, two of them on goal. Abbey Saddler made four saves for UTC (7-3-3, 2-1-1), and the Buccaneers (4-6-3, 0-2-1) had two misses off the underside of the crossbar.

* Lee University swept visiting Delta State in Gulf South Conference soccer Sunday, 3-0 in the women's game and 3-2 in overtime in the men's. Ronaldo McDonald ended that match 31 seconds into extra time with his first Lee goal, from a cross by Tanner Carter, after their Flames (6-1-2, 2-0-1) gave up Delta State's second score with 29 seconds left in regulation. Despite being outshot 17-4 for the game, the Statesmen (3-4-1, 0-3-1) led 1-0 at halftime. Tristan Lyle from a Caden Corrao pass in the 50th minute and Jared McWhorter in the 55th scored for Lee. The fifth-ranked Lady Flames (6-2, 2-1) scored in the 23rd minute on Avery Engels' finish of a Riley Henry corner kick and added late goals by Henry and Emma Higgins with assists from Mallory Hayden and Riley Engels. Lee had a 7-1 edge in shots on goal.

* Sewanee beat the Oglethorpe women 4-0 but lost 2-1 to the Atlanta school's men in a Southern Athletic Association doubleheader Saturday. Isabel Washko scored twice, assisted by Nika Gorski and Addie Roemershauser, and Mimi Davis netted two late goals for the female Tigers (4-4-2, 1-0-1), who led the Stormy Petrels (8-3, 0-2) 10-2 in shots on goal. Roemershauser and Abigail Frazier double-assisted Davis' first score. In the men's game, Ryan Marcano scored for Oglethorpe (7-3, 2-0) in the 31st and 39th minutes, and Sewanee (6-3-1, 1-1) halved the deficit in the 83rd on Andile Tshuma's goal from a Bryan Franklin pass off an Alpo Sipila corner kick.


* In SAA volleyball Saturday and Sunday, host Sewanee defeated Millsaps 3-0 (25-14, 25-21, 25-18) and lost 3-1 (25-20, 25-20, 18-25, 25-23) to Birmingham-Southern College (12-4, 6-1). Saturday for the Tigers (11-6, 4-3), Destiny Stewart had nine kills and Constance Connolly contributed 21 assists, 12 digs and four aces while Sydney White and Lilly Reilly added 11 and 10 digs. Against BSC, Stewart had 16 kills, Connolly 32 assists and 16 digs, Reilly 10 kills, Olivia Nichols nine kills and White 11 digs.


* Kevin Huwe won the Moccasin Bend Classic 10K road race Saturday in 32 minutes, 39 seconds, and Rachel Nokes was the female winner and 12th overall in 44:23. Maria Studholme was two spots behind, and Jennie Gentry and Karen Leavitt were 17th and 18th overall. Adam Veron and Noah Cochran were second and third overall in 35:17 and 35:18, and Matthew Jenkins (37:49), Doug Daniel and Tim Ensign also beat 39 minutes. Ryan McGinnis won the 5k in 16:58, with Kenny Porterfield (18:00), Emery Zarider (18:00) and women's winner Jennifer Huwe (18:24) completing the top four.

Field Hockey

* Sewanee lost 4-1 and 5-1 in field hockey Saturday and Sunday at Rhodes. The first one counted for the SAA standings. Molly Wheeler and Buckley Norman (from a Ceara Caffrey assist) scored for Sewanee (2-7, 0-1), and Barbara Canty totaled 18 saves. Hailey Mules had four goals and an assist Sunday for the Lynx (5-4, 1-0) and became the SAA's career leader in goals and points.

Compiled by Ron Bush. Contact him at or 423-757-6291.