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Eckerd falls after 1st ranking
By Staff, wire reports
Published October 11, 2006
ST. PETERSBURG - Eckerd goalkeeper Chris Howe silently crouched in his crease. A shot by Barry's Henry Apaloo had just bounced off the shin guard of Eckerd defender John Fletcher and trickled over Howe's head into the net.
The goal, Apaloo's second of the game, came 16 seconds into overtime Tuesday and lifted Barry to a 3-2 upset over Eckerd (5-5-1), ranked No. 24 in the National Soccer Coaches Association Poll. The Tritons were ranked for the first time in school history after a week in which they beat No. 1 Lynn and No. 18 Rollins.
Michigan: Receiver Mario Manningham had arthroscopic knee surgery and will miss at least Saturday's game against Penn State.
TOLEDO: Backup center Haris Charalambous, who collapsed during conditioning drills Monday, died of a ruptured blood vessel to his heart, according to preliminary autopsy results.
N.C. State: Junior forward Andrew Brackman said he was giving up basketball, but he did not rule out a return to the team next season. He will concentrate on pitching for the Wolfpack this season.
Georgia: Tasha Humphrey, who averaged 20.1 points, will be suspended for the first six games after being charged with underage possession of alcohol.
St. Petersburg College: The host Titans (17-2, 8-1 Suncoast Conference) beat Manatee Community College 3-0 (30-28, 30-18, 30-20).
Tampa: The host Spartans (12-1, 5-0 SSC) got their fourth straight shutout, beating Rollins 3-0.
SPartan Invitational: Tampa shot 913 overall to finish eighth and Saint Leo (920) was 10th at Rogers Park Golf Club in Tampa. Tampa was 25 strokes behind champion Brevard Community College. The Spartans' Tom Rourke tied for 11th individually (222), and Saint Leo's Jacob Halligan tied for ninth (221).
Florida Atlantic: Freshman Brent Sunnucks, a St. Petersburg native, won two events in his first collegiate meet - 100 fly (54.01 seconds) and 200 fly (1:57.66) - as the FAU men beat Villanova 146-116 in Boca Raton. The FAU women won 162-136.
Times staff writer Joe Smith contributed to this report.