Roundup: Sleepy Hollow team wins at Las Vegas Pro-Am
The Sleepy Hollow Golf Club's five-man team of Jonathan Clark, Brett Barthelmess, Steve Barthelmess, Brian Sutphin and John Dawson won the Red Group best-ball portion of the Nike Golf Las Vegas Pro-Am with a net score of 119 Tuesday at the Siena Golf Club in Las Vegas.
Jason Martin, representing the Wheeling Country Club, captured first place in the low professional event with a two-round total of 134, while Ty Roush of Riverside Golf Club finished fifth with a score of 139. Brad Westfall, from Tygart Lake Golf Course, completed the match tied for seventh with a 141.
MEC SOCCER: The University of Charleston's Kim D'Angelo has been named Mountain East Conference soccer offensive player of the week after leading the Golden Eagles to a pair of conference wins last week over Urbana and West Liberty.
D'Angelo recorded an assist in the win over the Blue Knights and added two goals in a 6-0 rout of the Hilltoppers.
WVU SPORTS: The West Virginia University women's soccer team retained its No. 6 ranking in this week's Soccer America women's Top 25 Poll and moved up three spots to No. 9 in the NSCAA/Continental Tire National College Rankings.
MU SPORTS: Marshall senior Rachel Thompson shot a career-best 72 in the final round of the Dayton Fall Invitational to clinch the first individual victory for the Thundering Herd in over a year. Thompson's 2-over round brought her two-day score to 147, which helped Marshall earn its second top-five finish this fall.