CHARLOTTESVILLE, SEPT. 5 -- Freshman Matt Wayland scored his first career goal late in the first half tonight to give the fourth-ranked University of Virginia soccer team a 1-0 victory over Adelphi in the title game of the Coca-Cola Classic tournament.

In the consolation game, American University scored four second-half goals to beat Wake Forest, 4-0.

Wayland, a freshman from Lake Braddock High School, got the game's only score with 8:04 left in the first half. After a scramble in the Adelphi zone, Virginia's Sean McGlynn nailed a shot from 30 yards that deflected off an Adelphi defender. Wayland collected the loose ball and beat goalkeeper Rich Mattson.

"Someone for us cracked a shot and it deflected off the side of one of their defenders," Wayland said. "I brought it down and let it go. {Mattson} came out quick so it was easier for me to go to the near post."

Adelphi's Duane Robinson had a hard shot on goal with 19 minutes left, but Virginia goalkeeper Bob Willen dove to his right and smothered it. Seven minutes later, Ronan Wiseman just missed with a header.

Virginia is 3-0, Adelphi 1-1.

In the consolation match, Bruce Simonson, playing in his first game in three years, scored two second-half goals to lead AU (1-1). Jon Hall and John Diffley had the other goals.

Simonson, a junior from Alexandria and Bishop Ireton High School, hadn't played since the 1984 season when he briefly left school. Two and a half minutes into the second half, Hall's corner kick from the right side was headed off the crossbar by Steve Marland. The ball bounced free and Simonson dived inside the crease to head it in the net.

Maryland 5, Coastal Carolina 1: Dominic Feltham had three goals and an assist at College Park.

Georgetown 3, Rutgers-Camden 1: Ed Diaz scored two second-half goals as the Hoyas (1-0) won in the opening round of the Blue Ridge Invitational at Mount St. Mary's.