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Roundup: Winfield's Lawman commits to play soccer at Marshall

Winfield junior Jayne Lawman has verbally committed to Marshall to play women's soccer, according to Generals coach Marshall Hoff on Sunday.

Lawman was a Class AAA all-state first-team selection by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association after leading Winfield to the state championship last year.

She scored 20 goals as a freshman, 31 as a sophomore and 17 so far this season for a career total of 68.  

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  • WVU SOCCER: Senior forward Frances Silva scored a goal and added three assists as the West Virginia women downed Wright State 4-1 Sunday in Morgantown.

    Silva became just the sixth player in program history to record three assists in a single match. Freshman defender Carly Black, sophomore midfielder Amanda Hill and junior forward Kate Schwindel scored one goal apiece for the No. 21 Mountaineers (6-2-2).

  • Colin McAtee netted a goal from 20 yards out to send Michigan past WVU 2-1 in overtime of a men's soccer matchup Saturday in Morgantown. Mountaineers sophomore Majed Osman scored with 17 seconds left to send the match into OT.
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  • MU SOCCER: Myka DeMarco scored a goal to lead Marshall past defending Mid-American Conference champion Miami (Ohio) 1-0 Sunday afternoon in a women's soccer matchup in Huntington. Junior keeper Lizzie Kish made three saves for the Thundering Herd (5-2-1) for her fifth shutout.

  • Nick Edginton headed in a goal off a cross from junior Jahvon Allison in the 78th minute as the Herd (2-4-2) salvaged a 1-1 draw with Northern Kentucky (3-2-3) in double overtime Sunday in Huntington.
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  • WVU VOLLEYBALL: West Virginia University defeated the University of Maryland Baltimore County 25-19, 18-25, 25-21, 25-20 Sunday afternoon to win the Gold and Blue Player's Challenge in Morgantown.

    Sophomore setter Brittany Sample was named the MVP for the Mountaineers (13-1) while sophomore outside hitter Nikki Attea and sophomore libero Anna Panagiotakopoulos were all-tournament selections.


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