UC's Vincent, Grassie Win WVC Soccer Honors ; ROUNDUP

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UC's Vincent, Grassie Win WVC Soccer Honors ; ROUNDUP


The University of Charleston, fresh off an undefeated West Virginia Conference regular season and conference tournament championship, garnered the league's top men's soccer honors as Rob Vincent earned WVC player of the year and Chris Grassie was tabbed the coach of the year.

Vincent led the Golden Eagles with 26 points on nine goals and eight assists, producing three game-winning tallies. He ranks among the league leaders in game-winning goals (first), points per game (third), points (fourth), goals (fifth), assists (fifth), assists per game (fifth) and goals per game (sixth).

Grassie, in his second year at the helm of the UC squad, led the Golden Eagles to a 13-1-4 record, including a 9-0 mark against conference teams.

Davis & Elkins midfielder Oliver Bienias was named freshman of the year.

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WVU SPORTS: Christal Caldwell scored a game-high 21 points as the West Virginia women's basketball team defeated UNC Wilmington 76-47 in the season opener Friday at the WVU Coliseum.

Senior Ayana Dunning set the tone for the Mountaineers (1-0) as she banked in a 3-pointer to spark a 6-0 run at the start of the game. WVU never let up, taking a 31-21 lead into the locker room at the half.

Caldwell shot 7 for 15 from the field, including a pair of 3s, five free throws and three steals. WVU junior Taylor Palmer added 13 points with three treys, all in the second half.

* The West Virginia men's soccer team was knocked out of the Mid- American Conference championships in the semifinal round by Northern Illinois, losing 1-0 Friday.

Jayson LeSeth notched the game-winning goal in the 33rd minute off a direct kick from just outside the left side of the penalty box.

The Mountaineers will now wait until the NCAA tournament selection to learn their further postseason fate. The selection show is 5:30 p.m. Monday and will be broadcast live on NCAA. …

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