The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men's golf team finished ninth out of 15 teams Tuesday in the Alister Mackenzie Invitational at Fairfax, California, but with a 14-under-par 838 that was the best 54-hole score outside of Chattanooga in program history. It's the fourth best overall. UTC senior Will Porter tied for 12th individually with a career-best 206, and Matt Smith and Oliver Simonsen tied for 31st at 211. The Mocs' Moritz Lammel and Connor Nolan totaled 222 and 224. Pepperdine was the team winner at 809, 16 strokes ahead of runner-up host California.
* The 17th-ranked Lee University men's golf team finished second Tuesday in the Golfweek NCAA D2 Invitational at Howey-In-The-Hills, Florida, and the 14th-ranked Lady Flames were fourth in the corresponding women's tournament. Lee freshman Beck Burnette was third with a 3-under 141 (69-72) in the men's event shortened to 36 holes, and fellow Flames Evan Spence and Connor Pollman tied for sixth and ninth at 145 and 146. Dylan Lillard tied for 14th at 147. No. 4 Barry topped Lee by 11 shots with a 567. Lee sophomore Emily Felix tied for fifth among the women with a 149, and Haverly Harrold tied for 13th at 151. Supuschaya Srinchantamit and Carson McKie shared 19th at 153. The team shot 606, eight strokes behind No. 8 Saint Leo in first.
* With 15 kills and 12 digs by Abby Stroh and 41 assists and nine digs by setter Hanna Matthews, Lee University beat visiting Trevecca Nazarene 3-1 in nonconference Division II volleyball Tuesday night. The set scores were 25-16, 25-23, 11-25, 25-18. Also for Lee (7-9), Bailey Kress had 14 kills, Quinne Daoust and Mary Katherine Givhan added nine and seven and Micaela McMichen had 30 digs. Trevecca is 10-9.
* Sewanee's Constance Connolly had 42 assists and 12 digs and Olivia Nichols and Lilly Reilly each had 12 kills and five aces with 13 and 10 digs in Tuesday's 3-1 Southern Athletic Association win (25-20, 25-21, 20-25, 25-19) at Centre. Also for the Tigers (12-6, 5-3), Destiny Stewart had 11 kills and 11 digs and Sydney White matched Nichols' 13 digs.
* Bryan College avenged an Appalachian Athletic Conference loss on Sept. 10 with a 3-1 home win Tuesday over Montreat, by the scores of 25-18, 20-25, 25-23, 25-14. Anna Owens had 13 kills and Gigi Ford had 10 plus 18 digs for Bryan (15-8, 9-4), while Rheagan Kean contributed 31 digs, Sidney Pierce and Jaleigh Rogan 19 and 18 assists and Rebecca Camacho and Emalie Hicks eight kills apiece.
* The Covenant College men's soccer team dropped to 10-2-1 and was shut out for the first time this season with a 1-0 loss Tuesday night at Emory. Nate Sampson scored after a turnover in the 73rd minute for the Eagles (6-4-1), who got six saves from Cole Gallagher while Paul Lemay was making four for the Scots.