Caroline Walter and Carla Tagliente each scored second-half goals to lead top-ranked Maryland (19-1) to a 2-0 win over 10th-ranked Virginia (12-7) in the semifinals of the ACC field hockey tournament in Winston-Salem, N.C. . . . Fourth-seeded Richmond outscored American, 4-2, in the shootout round to post a 3-2 win in the first round of the CAA field hockey tournament at James Madison's Bridgeforth Stadium. Erin Whiteside scored both goals for American (8-9). . . . American MF Jhoanna Savino and F Magdalena Aguilar were named to the all-CAA first team. In addition, Aguilar was named CAA co-rookie of the year. F Sage Asteak was named to the second team.

* SOCCER: Sheldon Barnes scored the game's only goal as the Virginia men's soccer team (10-7-1) defeated Ohio State, 1-0, in Charlottesville. Goalkeeper David Comfort made four saves to record his first career shoutout. . . . Machel Millwood scored three goals as the Prince George's Community College men's soccer team won the Region XX title, 3-0, over Howard Community College. . . . Pat Halter scored twice in the first 25 minutes as No. 11 UMBC defeated Monmouth, 5-0, in a Northeast Conference men's soccer semifinal in Baltimore. . . . Wake Forest senior forward Anne Shropshire scored the game's only goal in the 44th minute as third-seeded Wake Forest (15-5-0) defeated second-seeded Maryland, 1-0, in the ACC women's soccer tournament semifinals.

* MEN'S BASKETBALL: Virginia Tech announced that junior David Whaley has been suspended indefinitely from the basketball team. No details were released. The school also announced that freshman Brian Felts quit the team for personal reasons. He will remain at school. . . . The Hokies defeated Court Authority, 80-68, in an exhibition game at Cassell Coliseum. Forwards Rolan Roberts and Dennis Mims each had 21 points.