KENNESAW, Ga. The Coastal Carolina women’s lacrosse team made history Saturday, beating Kennesaw State 21-12 for the program’s first victory.
Freshman midfielder Kasey Griese scored the first goal of her collegiate career en rout to four total, and Keri White, Charlotte O’Leary and Rachel Ferrara each netted three goals as the Chanticleers won in the fifth game of their inaugural season.
Kimmy DeLonge, McKynsey Douglas, Caitlin Kratzer and Paige Timberg added two goals each.
CCU goalie Trista Kuehn earned the first win of her Coastal career, making four saves in the game.
Coastal led Kennesaw in almost every statistical category including shots (35-22), ground balls (27-18) and draw controls (19-15).
CCU women’s indoor track and field
Coastal Carolina’s Erica Peake made her case the nationals with a pair of record-breaking performances Saturday.
Peake set school and Big Southy records in winning the 60 meters (7.35) and 200 meters (23.47) at the Virginia Tech Last Chance meet.
“She had a phenomenal day,” CCU coach Alan Connie said. “She’s been really getting better and better throughout the season. She just happened to hit it at the right time. It just puts her in good position to get a chance at to go to the NCAA national indoor meet.”
The field for the meet with be announced Tuesday.
“She has an excellent shot,” Connie said.
Fellow Chants Jessica Gelibert and Qwontajah Thompson competed in the 400 meters, taking fourth (55.66) and ninth (57.15), respectively.
College women’s tennis
• (At) Liberty 6, Coastal Carolina 1 | Libby Scott won at No. 1 singles for the Chants’ lone victory.
The Coastal Carolina softball team split a pair of games in the Coastal Carolina Invitational on Saturday, defeating Albany 8-0 and losing 5-2 to Wichita State.
Kiana Quolas allowed four hits and struck out five in 52/3 shutout innings and Morgan Noad drove in four runs against Albany.
Kory Hayden and Sara Rasley each drove in runs in the loss.
• (At) South Carolina Warriors 134, Fayetteville (N.C.) Flight 125 | Mike Vogler had 29 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists, Don Hughes had 37 points and seven rebounds, Kyle Phillips had 16 points and former Coastal Carolina standout had 13 points in his first game with the team as the Warriors held off the Flight.
Former CCU standout Jon Pack had 18 points and seven rebounds for South Carolina in one of its closest games of the season.
“They took like 42 3s. It was incredible,” Warriors coach John Kefalas said. “But our kids just hung in there. Our kids did a great job. It was a great win.”
High school boys soccer
• Carolina Forest 6, Georgetown 1 | Michael Brooks had a hat trick to lift the Panthers over the Bulldogs. Zac Cuomo scored two of his own and had two assists for Carolina Forest.
Jonathan Schmale scored Georgetown’s lone goal.
Goals – CF: Michael Brooks 3, Zac Cuomo 2, Ian McIlrath. G: Jonathan Schmale.
High school boys lacrosse
(At) Wando 13, Socastee 4 | Charlie Anderson scored six goals for the Warriors, handing the Braves their second loss of the year. Jiovanay Rendon scored two goals for Socastee in the loss, and goalkeeper Joe Williams made 13 saves.
G oals – W: Charlie Anderson 6, Andrew Phelan 3, Chris Robinson 2, John Ufkef, Chris Horner. S: Jiovany Rendon 2, Nick Borriello, Clay Byers.
G oalkeepers – S: Joe Williams (13). W: Todd Pearson (5).
Records – Socastee: 1-2, Wando 3-0