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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. 

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

  • WVU's men's soccer team played to a scoreless draw at American. In the 72nd minute, Mountaineer junior Andy Bevin put the ball into the net on a rebound shot was ruled offside.
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  • 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.

  • Marshall sophomore golfer Logan Lagodich earned his first individual win at the ODU/OBX Intercollegiate Tournament by way of a one-hole playoff, defeating Jamison Randall of Old Dominion and Rocky Khara of Virginia Commonwealth. Lagodich became the third consecutive individual victor for the Herd this season, making it the first time Marshall has had three different individual winners in a season.

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