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The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men's golf team slipped to a 305 Sunday in Florida State's Seminole Intercollegiate tournament and finished 11th at 894 out of 14 teams, but the Mocs' A.J. Lintunen stayed in the top 10 with a 75. He tied for ninth individually at 217, and Will Porter tied for 27th at 222 with his third 74. Nos. 17 and 24 Washington and East Tennessee State were the top two teams at 855 and 862.

* The UTC women's golfers improved Sunday to 298 and finished seventh at 909 in the 14-team Reynolds Lake Oconee Invitational at Greensboro, Georgia. Auburn won by 26 strokes with an 856. UTC's Dorota Zalewska tied for 24th at 226 with Esme Hamilton at 228, Maddy McDanel at 230 and Rheagan Hall and Kirsty Beckwith both at 234. McDanel closed with a 72.

 

Baseball

* Lee University seniors Alan Smith and Ryan Beamish totaled six hits, seven runs batted in and seven scored in a series-winning 13-4 victory Sunday over Lewis University at Larry Carpenter Stadium. Smith was 3-for-3 with a home run and a double while Beamish had two doubles and four RBIs for the Flames (8-5), and Justen Freeman had a two-run homer and an RBI walk.

* After Sewanee edged visiting Dominican 4-3 in 10 innings and 6-3 on Saturday, the Tigers fell 8-4 to the Illinois team Sunday. The Stars scored six runs in the fourth. Chris McNulty homered among three hits and Tyler Dunbar was 3-for-3 with two doubles for Sewanee (6-1-1). Saturday, the Tigers won in the 10th on William McAdams' second hit in a game in which Dalton Buckingham struck out nine batters and allowed two earned runs in seven innings. McNulty and Sully McCreery each had two RBIs in game two.

 

Basketball

* Adrian Thomas had 17 points and nine rebounds Sunday in the last game of the season for the Sewanee men's basketball team, a 77-50 loss at Berry (18-8) in a Southern Athletic Association tournament quarterfinal. Also for the Tigers (12-14), Jordan Warlick scored 13 points and Ryan Starr had six assists.

* The Chattanooga State women won Saturday for the 20th time in 21 games, 94-45 at Volunteer State, and the Chattanooga State men completed the TCCAA sweep with a 100-95 victory. Five players scored 12 to 18 points for the Lady Tigers (23-5, 14-3), and Gla'Mia Letcher had 10 rebounds — eight offensive. Michelle Smith had 18 points and four steals, Shila McCord 15 points, Melisa Carter and Gee Gee Hollingsworth-Pugh 14 points each with eight and seven rebounds and Naja Fenelon 12 points, eight assists and four steals. The Tigers (11-15, 8-9) showed similar balance with 17 points from Taye Calloway, 16 plus 12 rebounds and six blocks from Everette Wilson, 15 points from Skylar Williams and 14 from Joshua Conrad. Zyrice Scott had five assists with 10 points.

* The Covenant men lost 81-70 at North Carolina Wesleyan in their final regular-season game Saturday. Will Crumly and Chris Barnette had 22 and 15 points and seven rebounds each, Barnette with five assists, and Jared Jauch scored 11 points for Covenant (14-11, 11-7), which hosts Maryville at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the USA South tournament.

* NAIA Division I's fifth-ranked Dalton State Roadrunners rose to 26-2 and 14-2 in the Southern States Athletic Conference with an 88-79 home win Saturday against Brewton-Parker. The margin was 65-44 with 14 minutes left to play. Kevon Tucker had 21 points and eight rebounds and Rodley Adjei scored 18 points for DSC, while C.J. Perry and Randy Bell added 14 and 13 and Dauson Womack had 11 points with 11 rebounds.

 

Lacrosse

* Lee's women lost 18-11 on Sunday at McKendree. Shayna Ryan scored five goals, Kelsey McGowan netted three and Brittney White had a goal, three assists and six draw controls for Lee (2-2).

* The Sewanee women are 3-1 after a 21-9 loss Sunday at Guilford (3-0). Sewanee's Hattie Fogarty scored five goals, and Sarah Strand had three plus an assist and won seven draw controls.

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

 

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