UVA tops Navy in baseball as former Cox High star moves up on career doubles list

Ethan Anderson, a former star for Cox High in Virginia Beach, hit his 55th career double to move into third on UVA’s all-time doubles list and help Virginia top Navy 10-0 Wednesday night in Charlottesville.

Anthony Stephan hit his first home run of the season, and Evan Blanco and Matt Augustin combined for the second shutout in three games for the 11th-ranked Cavaliers (35-12). The Midshipmen fell to 25-20.

Stephan’s solo home run in the seventh ended the game via the 10-run rule. He finished 3 for 4 in his first start since April 19, scoring three runs and driving in three runs. Henry Godbout added two hits and three RBIs for UVA.

North Carolina 19, William & Mary 2: Vance Honeycutt, Parks Harber and Jackson Van De Brake hit their first home runs of the season as the No. 12 Tar Heels (35-11) thumped the Tribe (26-19) in seven innings before 2,485 in Chapel Hill.

UNC took control with a nine-run first inning. Harber and Van De Brake drove in four runs each, and Vance Honeycutt and Casey Cook each were 3 for 3 with three runs and two RBIs. W&M’s Ben Parker hit a two-run single in the seventh inning.

Virginia Tech 11, North Carolina A&T 0: Ben Watson and Nick Locurto both homered in the Hokies’ home victory.
Watson, Eddie Micheletti Jr. and Clay Grady each had two hits for Virginia Tech (28-14). Starter Madden Clement limited the Aggies (21-23) to two hits in 5 1/3 innings, striking out seven.