Sports in Brief: October 3

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October 3, 2008

11:27 AM

Football: Phillips, Riggins hurt

Senior quarterback Jake Phillips is questionable for tomorrow’s game with Villanova University with an injured foot. Phillips has been on crutches for the past week and will yield to junior backup quarterback R.J. Archer if unable to play. Sophomore tailback Terrence Riggins is also questionable, while sophomore cornerback Terrell Wells is out for the season due to a shoulder injury.

Men’s cross country: Massam earns runner of week honors

College of William and Mary junior Ben Massam earned CAA and IC4A runner of the week awards, following his win at the Colonial Inter-Regional Challenge Saturday in Williamsburg. Massam paced the Tribe to the team title.

Women’s cross country: Anderson garners CAA medal

Junior Emily Anderson led the College of William and Mary to a runner-up finish at the Colonial Inter-Regional Challenge Saturday in Williamsburg, earning her CAA runner of the week honors. Anderson finished fourth overall, completing the 6-K course in 22 minutes and 1.8 seconds.

Men’s golf: Tribe takes ninth place at Hartford Invitational

The College of William and Mary finished ninth at the Hartford Invitational Tuesday in North Falmouth, Mass. Senior Brent Paladino started strong for the College, posting a 71 (-1) in round one, before shooting a 73 (+1) and finishing in a tie for ninth.

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