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1. Men’s soccer: Northeastern defeats Tribe 2-1 with two goals in the final five minutes

William and Mary (4-5-2, 1-3 CAA) fell 2-1 on the road to Northeastern (1-7-2, 1-3) over the weekend. A defense-heavy match with an exciting final five minutes that held all three of the matches goals ended with Northeastern taking home not only its first Colonial Athletic Association victory but its first overall win of the season.

2. Field hockey: Tribe falls 2-1 to Northeastern off late penalty stroke

William and Mary was stunned in the dying seconds by Northeastern Friday night at Busch Field. The Huskies converted a penalty stroke in the final 10 seconds to take an insurmountable 2-1 lead.

3. Swimming: Season opens with both squads defeating Towson in home dual meet

William and Mary gave an impressive start to the 2015-2016 season in a dual meet over the weekend, dominating Towson on both the men’s and women’s sides in Williamsburg, Va. at the Student Recreation Center pool.

4. Women’s soccer: First half goal gives College 1-0 win over UNCW on senior day

On senior day at Martin Family Stadium Sunday it was junior back Clara Logsdon who decided the match, as her goal in the 37th minute was the difference in William and Mary’s 1-0 win over Colonial Athletic Association foe North Carolina-Wilmington.

5. Women’s soccer: Tribe defeats College of Charleston 1-0 by Johnston’s golden goal

William and Mary opened its final regular season homestand with an overtime thriller, as senior forward Katie Johnston scored in the 95th minute to clinch a 1-0 triumph over Colonial Athletic Association opponent College of Charleston.

6. Volleyball: Losing streak extends to three as Tribe falls 3-1 to the Seahawks

William and Mary continued its season-long six-game homestead Friday night when North Carolina –Wilmington visited Kaplan Arena. The Tribe fell in four sets by a 3-1 margin in the squad’s fourth Colonial Athletic Association loss of the season. After falling

7. Football: Tribe gears up for visit to No. 14/16 Villanova

After Delaware (2-3, 1-1 CAA) trampled William and Mary to the tune of 347 rushing yards and consequently slipped past the favored Tribe for a 24-23 victory this past Saturday night, the College’s outlook for post-season play is significantly dimmer. A road game at Colonial Athletic Association powerhouse Villanova this Saturday provides little reprieve.

8. Men’s golf: College finishes 15th of 16 at Firestone Invitational

William and Mary traveled to Akron, Ohio earlier this week for the Firestone Invitational, where it finished 15th in a field of 16 after three rounds Monday and Tuesday.

9. College presidents hold service year summit at the College

The College of William and Mary hosted the Virginia Governor’s Higher Education Presidents’ Summit on the Service Year Monday to discuss solidifying a nationwide service year. The event was envisioned to begin a conversation about institutionalizing service among the presidents of several Virginia public universities.

10. College releases campus safety report and crime statistics

The recently released Campus Security and Fire Safety Report for the College of William and Mary showed that liquor law violations are still the most common offenses.