Davonta Womack

GENEVA, Ohio — Salem High School graduate Davonta Womack of Bridgewater College won the men’s 100 meters Saturday at the NCAA Division III outdoor track and field national championships.

The fourth-year junior broke ODAC and Bridgewater records with a time of 10.20 seconds — the second-best time in the history of the meet.

He edged Ryan Miller of Saint John’s (Minnesota), who took second in 10.22 seconds.

Womack earned first-team All-America honors for the third time in as many days and for the fifth time in his career.

On Thursday, he took sixth in the long jump. Earlier Saturday, he ran the anchor leg of the Bridgewater 4x100 relay team that finished sixth with a time of 41.78 seconds.

Womack helped the Eagles tie for eighth place in the men’s team standings at the three-day meet.


Cavs, Hokies earn bids

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Virginia’s Jordan Scott finished second in the men’s triple jump on the final day of the NCAA East meet, earning a bid to next month’s NCAA Division I national championships.

He had a jump of 54 feet, 1 inch.

Other Cavaliers earning bids to the national meet Saturday were Brenton Foster, who took seventh in the men’s high jump (7-2 1/4); Oghenakpobo Efekoro, who was 10th in the men’s shot put (61-7); and Kelly McKee, who was fourth in the women’s triple jump (44-6).

Six Virginia Tech individuals and a Tech relay team also earned bids Saturday with top-12 finishes.

Two days after earning a bid in the long jump, Eszter Bajnok took fifth in the women’s triple jump (44-2 1/2) to earn a bid in that event as well. She became the first Tech jumper to ever qualify for the NCAA national meet in two events.

Sarah Edwards took third in the 1,500 meters (4:16.37), with Rachel Pocratsky finishing 10th (4:20.07).

Peter Seufer was seventh in the 5,000 (14:03.75), while Isaiah Rogers was 12th in the men’s shot put (61-4 1/4).

The 4x100 relay team of Joseph Tay, Jacory Patterson, Michael Davenport and Blacksburg graduate Cole Beck was ninth with a school-record time of 39.24 seconds.


Johns Hopkins 7, Shenandoah 3

BALTIMORE — Mike Eberle had two hits and three RBIs to help the Blue Jays (35-11) clinch a Division III World Series berth with a win over the Hornets (35-15) in their Super Regional series Saturday.

Johns Hopkins won the best-of-three series 2-0, including a 6-3 win Friday.



LOS ANGELES — Rachel Garcia pitched a two-hitter and belted a three-run homer to lead the second-seeded Bruins to a win over the Dukes in Game 1 of their Super Regional series Friday night.

Saturday night’s game was not over at press time.

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