Drexel's three-game winning streak in men's soccer ended Tuesday night with a 2-0 loss to host Virginia (4-2-1) in Charlottesville. The Dragons are 3-2-1.
Rowan is 7-5 overall and 1-1 in New Jersey Athletic Conference women's volleyball after a 3-0 win over Rutgers-Newark (6-7, 0-2).
Krissy Collins, a junior from Williamstown, paced the Profs with 15 kills.
La Salle's volleyball team fell to Towson, 3-1.
Weekly honors. The Penn State women's volleyball team improved to 10-1 after winning three consecutive matches in the Penn State Classic Friday and Saturday.
Ranked fourth in the country, the Nittany Lions will open Big Ten Conference play Wednesday at home against No. 3 Nebraska. The Cornhuskers lead the series, 12-7.
After being ranked No. 1 for two weeks, Nebraska (8-1 overall) was upset, 3-1, by No. 25 Iowa State on Saturday.
The Lafayette field hockey team earned its first national ranking since 2002, taking over the 18th spot in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association weekly poll.
The only loss for the Leopards (5-1) was a 3-2 decision against Penn State. The Nittany Lions were ranked ninth at the time and have moved up to the sixth spot. On Friday, Lafayette upset Drexel, knocking the Dragons from No. 15 to No. 23.
The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference women's tennis weekly awards belonged to Chestnut Hill College. Senior Maria Parapouras was named CACC player of the week after posting a 4-0 record.
Axe Owens of Trenton was Chestnut Hill's third consecutive league rookie of the week thanks to a 3-0 match record against Georgian Court and Concordia.
Earning CACC honorable mention was Philadelphia U. junior Isabella Espinosa.
Wilmington University sophomore Althea Davidson of New Castle, Del., was the CACC women's cross-country runner of the week.