Oct 28, 2012, 9:02 PM EDT
Saturday kicked off a host of CAA Championship action as William and Mary swept both the men’s and women’s Cross Country Championships. Junior Elaina Balouris picked up MOP honors on the women’s side, while senior Alex McGrath took home individual honors on the men’s side. Take at look at video recaps below as both Jill Miller and Stephen Walsh comment on their teams’ victories following Saturday’s action.
Sunday marked the opening rounds of the CAA Women’s Soccer Championships as UNCW hosted Delaware and Northeastern welcomed Hofstra to Boston in quarterfinal action. Both matches exhausted regulation and overtime, before heading to penalty kicks. The Seahawks finished with a 4-3 edge in PK’s to advance to Friday’s semifinal in Williamsburg, Va., against second-seeded Drexel. Hofstra ended the PK session with a 3-1 advantage at Parsons Field earning a trip to Williamsburg and a date with top-seed William and Mary Friday evening. Be sure to checkout #CAAChamp Central on CAASports.com for all the postgame from Sunday and links to next weekend’s live action. The league has plans to live video stream each of the semifinal games and championship final for free…all you’ll have to do is create a login. More details to come but keep checking CAASports.com leading up to Friday’s action.
Final regular season field hockey games also took place Sunday as Hurricane Sandy continued its race toward the mid-atlantic coast. Drexel locked up the top-seed and will host two quarterfinals, two semifinals and a championship final next weekend. For the full pairings checkout CAASports.com. The CAA will also video stream live action from the Field Hockey Championships for free. Details will be available soon on CAASports.com and the Field Hockey #CAAChamps Central.
Men’s Soccer regular season action wraps up later this week. We will post pairings and seeds on CAASports.com once those are determined and update Men’s Soccer #CAAChamps Central as info becomes available.
As you can see from this post we are pushing our new Twitter hashtag, #CAAChamps. When you watch our live video streams tweet about them with that hashtag, if you are at the championship events use the hashtag, if you are CAA student-athlete getting ready for your respective championship then use the hashtag to interact with the league’s fans.
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