HERD WOMEN LOSE: The Marshall women's basketball team fell to Old Dominion in overtime 65-52 Saturday in Norfolk, Va. Aja Sorrells produced 13 points and nine boards for the Herd (7-13, 0-7 C-USA) while Chukwuka Ezeigbo followed with 11 points. Shae Kelley had 24 points and 17 rebounds for the Monarchs (10-12, 3-5).
The George Washington girls team shattered four meet records, including the 100-yard freestyle (Jordyn O'Dell, 55.08), 500 freestyle (Emily Hageboeck, 5:13.76), 100 backstroke (Jordyn O'Dell, 1:00.04) and 400 freestyle relay (Allison Moore, Katie Hageboeck, Jordyn O'dell and Emily Hageboeck, 3:54.95).
Madisyn Lyons of Hurricane beat the meet record in the 200 individual medley (2:12.25) and the Hurricane boys broke the record in the 200 medley relay (Austin Harper, Zach Shurow, Quin Shurow and Luke Earls, 1:42.77).
George Washington won the overall team title with 696 points, followed by Parkersburg in second (474) and Hurricane in third (343).
Calhoun County placed second (144.5), Herbert Hoover placed third (114.5) and Sissonville placed ninth (55.5). The Huskies were led by Peyton Carey's 3-1 win over Bridgeport's Noah Markley at 285 pounds and Sissonville's Ryan Keckley (113) defeated Independence's Teddy Stover 4-2.
MARSHALL SWIMMING: Marshall finished its regular season with a 164-94 loss to Bowling Green Saturday in Huntington.
Marshall junior Kacey Preun took first place in the 1,650-yard freestyle with a season-best 17:23 time and Kaley Gregory won the 500-yard freestyle. Freshman Bree Mury earned second place in the 200-yard backstroke with a season-best 2:07.86 time. The Thundering Herd posted 14 individual top-three finishes, including 11 season-best times.
TABLE TENNIS: The Charleston Table Tennis Club is hosting the West Virginia State Championship tournament Feb. 22 at the North Charleston Recreation Center.
This will be a round-robin tournament with an open division, division A, division B, and a doubles division. For more information, visit www.tabletennischarlestonwv.com or contact Dale Goff at 304-415-8685.
WVU FAN CLUB: The WVU Kanawha Valley Fan Club will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Golden Corral in Cross Lanes. Speaker Quincy Wilson, assistant director of football operations, will discuss the 2014 recruiting class.
TECH CROSS COUNTRY: WVU Tech cross country coach John Meadows announced the signing of Nicholas Oxendale to the 2014-15 recruiting class Friday. Oxendale is a senior at Oak Hill High School.