The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's soccer team ended its 2019 home schedule Sunday with a 2-1 Southern Conference loss to UNC Greensboro (8-7-1, 5-2). Chloe Arnold netted a tying goal in the 25th minute for the Mocs (9-5-3, 4-3-1), on a tap-in of Shelby Hash's cross off the crossbar, but Cienna Rideout's second goal of the game, at 56:34, held up as the winner.
* Lee University won 2-0 in the women's game and 4-1 in the men's in Sunday's Gulf South soccer doubleheader at Christian Brothers University. Avery Engels and Kelsey Yoder scored in the second half of goalkeeper Taylor Green's shutout for the 15th-ranked Lady Flames (9-2, 5-1), who outshot CBU (9-3-1, 4-2-1) 18-5, 11-2 on goal. The Lee men (7-4-2, 3-3-1) fell behind in the seventh minute but ended a three-game losing streak with goals by Tristan Lyle, Jared McWhorter (two) and Jonah Bryan. Tanner Carter, Samir Williams and Caden Corrao had assists.
* Sewanee's women won 3-1 Sunday at Birmingham-Southern College in a clash of teams tied for second in the Southern Athletic Association, and the Sewanee men sealed their program's first 10-win season in 15 years with its first victory over BSC in 30 years, 4-0. Thompson Schollaert and Severin Velasco each had a goal and an assist and Ben Vaeth and Christian Turk also scored for the Tigers (10-3-1, 5-1). Nika Gorski, Maggie Gall and Addie Roemershauser scored for the female Tigers (7-5-2, 4-1-1), Gorski with an assist from Chloe Thompson. Roemershauser's goal was her 12th of the season.
* Bryan College handily swept an Appalachian Athletic Conference doubleheader Saturday at Bluefield — 3-0 in the women's game and 6-0 in the men's. Mya Patel scored from an Allie Amado assist just 2:18 into the game and Amado and Maggie Waldroup added second-half goals for the Lady Lions (9-7, 8-3), who led 22-3 in shots, 12-3 in shots on goal and 9-1 in corner kicks. Those margins for the male Lions (6-5-2, 6-2-1) were 26-4, 13-1 and 7-0. Haaris Hussain scored two goals, Brad Spooner had three assists, Joao Paulo Pinheiro had two assists and Jonathan Ricketts, Aaron Attree and Artur Dombrowski each had a goal and an assist. Josh Cash netted the sixth goal.
* Led by Esme Hamilton's 2-under-par 70, the UTC women closed Sunday with a 292 for their best round of Louisville's Cardinal Cup tournament. The Mocs finished ninth at 897 among 17 teams; Louisville and Kentucky were first and second at 868 and 876. Individually, Hamilton tied for 16th at 221 and Maddy McDanel tied for 23rd at 223, while UTC teammates Kirsty Beckwith, Rheagan Hall and Dorota Zalewska shot 230, 232 and 233.
* Despite 27 kills and nine digs from Gylian Finch, UTC lost 3-2 in SoCon play Saturday at The Citadel (8-13, 2-6). The set scores were 21-25, 25-20, 25-19, 19-25, 15-11. Also for the Mocs (5-16, 0-8), Maia Rackel and Sarah Root had 12 and 11 kills, Maddie Halsey had 46 assists and Megan Kaufman had 20 digs. Brenna Everingham added 10 digs. Finch has had 20 or more kills three matches in a row — a first for the program since Rachel Evans in 1997.
* Lee University lost 3-1 to both Florida Tech (25-16, 25-15, 19-25, 25-14) and Florida Southern (25-18, 25-19, 31-33, 25-16 in the GSC/SSC Crossover on Saturday in Hoover, Alabama. Emma Flowers and Bailey Kress had 10 kills apiece against Tech, when Hanna Matthews set 24 assists and Micaela McMichen and Mackenzie Pearson had 15 and 12 digs. McMichen and Pearson had 27 and 14 in the last match, while Kress and Quinne Daoust each had nine kills, Mary Katherine Givhan and Abby Stroh had eight each and Matthews had 39 assists and 11 digs. Lee is 9-13.
* Bryan lost 3-1 (25-23, 25-16, 23-25, 25-23) to visiting Kentucky Christian in an AAC match Saturday. Paige Randolph had nine kills and Gigi Ford had eight plus 16 digs for Bryan (16-11, 10-7), while Rheagan Kean had 31 digs and Jaleigh Rogan and Sydney Pierce had 14 and 12 assists.
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