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Sports in Brief: November 10

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November 9, 2009

9:21 PM

Tennis: Tribe wraps up fall schedules, Juneau dominates Tribe Invite

Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams concluded their fall season Sunday with the women recording three singles victories on the last day of the Kitty Harrison Invitational and the men hosting the fourth annual Tribe Invitational. Women’s junior Lauren Sabacinski defeated 73rd-ranked Jennifer Stevens from Virginia 7-6 (5), 6-3 on the tournament’s final day. Men’s senior Keziel Juneau was named to the Tribe Invitational All-Tournament team, winning the singles flight with a perfect 4-0 mark. Juneau was also named to the Doubles All-Tournament Team, along with freshman Anton Andersson.

Swimming and Diving: Men remain undefeated, Radloff breaks record

Women’s swimming and diving swept the CAA Pod Meet, defeating James Madison, Northeastern and host Old Dominion over the weekend. Senior Katie Radloff led the way, collecting nine wins to set the school record for career dual meet victories. Sophomores Molly Emery and Hailey Hewitt also recorded three individual victories each. The men’s team traveled to Old Dominion, falling to the Monarchs 194-156 in a dual meet. Sophomore Stephen Fay finished first in the 500-m free with a time of 4:41.71 and also helped lead the Tribe to a victory in the 400-m freestyle relay.

Field Hockey: Drew named to first team All-CAA for second consecutive season

Senior Wesley Drew headlined the members of the Tribe named to all-conference teams Friday, as the midfielder was named to the first-team All-CAA team for the second year in a row. Drew, who is the eighth William and Mary player to earn first-team All-CAA honors in back-to-back years, finished the season with three goals and five assists. Sophomore forward Leah Zamesnik earned second-team all conference honors while freshman Maria Caro became the seventh player in Tribe history to be named to the CAA all-rookie team.

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