Truls Engebretsen and Nate Port each scored goals, and goalkeeper Tyler Purtill had two saves to give the Georgetown men's soccer team a 2-0 win over Mount St. Mary's yesterday in the second game of the Hoya Classic at Harbin Field.

Engebretsen's goal came in the 35th minute off passes from Kenny Owens and Andy Sole. Port took a pass from Mert Incekara in the 76th minute and scored from the right side.

In the first game, George Washington kicked off its season with a 2-2 tie against Albany. Jason Holloway and Marty Williams scored for the Colonials. . . . Omar Canty (Chantilly) scored in the 16th minute to give host Marymount a 1-0 win over Hampden-Sydney. Goalkeeper Todd Spitalny recorded his 10th career shutout, setting a school record. . . . Prince George's Community College got goals from Machel Millwood and Henry Asante in a 2-0 win over Raritan Valley.

* WOMEN'S SOCCER: Kelly Smith scored four goals, including the game winner in the 96th minute, to give Seton Hall a 5-4 overtime win over George Mason in Fairfax. The Patriots scored four goals in the second half to force overtime, including Jaime Ricker's goal and an assist. . . . Joy Nsubuga and Wendy Kotwas each scored as Virginia Tech defeated Richmond, 2-1, in Blacksburg. . . . Isabelle Harvey scored two goals to lead No. 24 Southern California to a 3-0 win over Maryland on the first day of the USC Challenge in Los Angeles. Maryland managed nine shots on goal. Alison Wolff had five saves for the Terrapins.

* VOLLEYBALL: American (4-0) won its third straight AU Classic title with a 3-15, 15-6, 5-15, 15-7, 15-10 win over South Florida at Bender Arena. American's Sylvia Panak was named the tournament most valuable player. . . . Virginia improved to 3-0 with a 15-8, 15-8, 15-2 win over Furman in the Jefferson Cup tournament in Charlottesville. . . . Yulia Vturina had 19 kills to lead Georgetown to a 15-11, 15-7, 15-8 win over Southeastern Louisiana at the Cal-State Fullerton tournament. . . . Carey Brennan had 24 kills to pace Maryland (2-1) to a 16-14, 15-5, 10-15, 15-11 win over Akron at the Penn State Invitational.