WVU Tech is set to host the 2013 U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association men's and women's soccer national championships Oct. 30-Nov. 2.
The tournament will be held in at the Trace Fork Soccer Complex in South Charleston and Schoenbaum Stadium at Coonskin Park.
Both the men's and women's tournaments feature ten-team, consolation brackets. Each team is guaranteed at least two games with a first-round bye for six teams in each bracket. WVU Tech will receive automatic host bids for both the men's and women's soccer tournament.
LOCAL GOLF: Huntington's Mike Powers shot a 2-under-par 70 Monday, the only to post an under-par score, in the West Virginia Senior Series at Parkersburg Golf Club in Vienna.
Landing in the top three were Spencer's Rick Moore and Huntington's Steve Fox, shooting a 75 and 76, respectively. Garlan Miller, also of Spencer, won the Silver division for the first time this year with an 80, while Charleston's Allen Bailes took first place (75) in the Gold division.
MEC HONORS: Rahmann Lee of Glenville State, along with Andrew Faraimo and Bryan Arbes of West Liberty were named Mountain East Conference players of the week Monday.
Lee earned offensive honors, accounting for 238 yards of total offense as the Pioneers defeated Fairmont State, 31-14, last Thursday. Faraimo took defensive accolades in a 9-0 win at West Virginia State producing five tackles and one sack, while teammate Arbes took special team honors with three field goals for the Hilltoppers.
Lange scored a pair of goals, while Cutler anchored a back line that surrendered just one goal in wins over Charleston and West Virginia Wesleyan.