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Updated: November 6, 2017 @ 12:58 am LEXINGTON, S.C. — Fifth-seeded Radford is one win away from a Big South baseball title and an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament Libor Hajek Jersey.The Highlanders beat sixth-seeded UNC Asheville 7-2 on Saturday to advance to Sunday's winner-take-all title game.Radford (26-30) finished 3-0 in the double-elimination portion of the tournament Jonne Tammela Jersey.The Highlanders, who won the Big South tournament two years ago, will face top-seeded Winthrop or third-seeded Presbyterian for the championship at 3 p.m. Sunday.Anthony Miano hit a two-run homer and Kyle Butler drove in two runs to help the Highlanders eliminate the Bulldogs (25-32). Spencer Horwitz added two hits and scored two runs.The Highlanders made it to Saturday's semifinals by upsetting Winthrop 7-1 late Friday night.Luke Wise and Butler each had a two-RBI single for Radford in that game, while Danny Hrbek struck out nine in seven innings.BASEBALLFlorida State 5, Duke 1LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Dylan Busby homered, doubled and drove in three runs, and the eighth-seeded Seminoles (38-20) beat the ninth-seeded Blue Devils (30-28) to advance to the ACC championship game.ETSU 12, VMI 11GREENVILLE, S.C. — The seventh-seeded Bucs (29-28) rallied for three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to stun the ninth-seeded Keydets (24-34) in an elimination game of the Southern Conference tournament late Friday night.Aaron Maher laced a one-out single to drive home the winning run.Collin Fleischer had a three-run homer and an RBI double for VMI. Matt Dunlevy had a three-RBI triple. Peyton Maddox had three hits and two RBIs.MEN'S TENNISUVa's Kwiatkowski reaches semifinalsATHENS, Ga. — Virginia senior Thai-Son Kwiatkowski beat fifth-seeded Christopher Eubanks of Georgia Tech 4-6, 6-2, 6-4 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA singles championships.Kwiatkowski will face eighth-seeded Tom Fawcett of Stanford on Sunday in the semifinals.MEN'S GOLFUVa in 10th placeSUGAR GROVE, Ill. —Virginia is in 10th place out of 30 teams after two rounds of the NCAA national championships with a 5-under 571 at par-72 Rich Harvest Farms.UVa did not complete its first round Friday because of the weather. UVa finished that round Saturday morning with an even-par 288. UVa shot a 5-under 283 in the round.The top 15 teams after Sunday's third round will advance to Monday's final round to determine the eight teams that will move on to match play.TRACK AND FIELDHokies, Cavs advance in NCAA prelimsLEXINGTON, Ky. — Four individuals from Virginia Tech and four from UVa earned berths in the NCAA national championships on the final day of the NCAA East Region meet.The Hokies who earned bids were Marek Barta, who was sixth in the men's discus; Vincent Ciattei, who was third overall in the 1,500; Neil Gourley, who was 15th overall in the 1,500 but second in his heat; and Peter Seufer, who was 14th overall in the 5,000 but fourth in his heat.The Cavaliers who earned bids were Jordan Young, who was second in the men's discus; Filip Mihaljevic, who was seventh in the men's discus; Jordan Scott, who was third in the men's triple jump; and Christine Bohan, who was eighth in the women's shot put.ROWINGUVa boats compete in NCAA semifinalsWEST WINDSOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. — UVa's Varsity Eight finished fifth in its semifinal heat at the NCAA championships, while UVa's Second Varsity Eight and Varsity Four each placed sixth in the semis.The three boats will race for places 7-12 in the petite finals Sunday. Mark Berman Mark Berman covers Virginia Tech men's basketball and many other teams at the university. He also helps cover other colleges, including Radford, VMI, Roanoke, Washington and Lee and Ferrum. Whenever Mark Berman posts new content, you'll get an email delivered to your inbox with a link. Email notifications are only sent once a day, and only if there are new matching items. Virginia Tech's men's and women's basketball teams held a late-night open practice session at Cassell Coliseum on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017. Virginia beat Boise State on Friday night. Here's photos from current Idaho Statesman photographer and former Roanoke Times photojournalist Kyle Green. Virginia Tech will induct five new members to the school's Sports Hall of Fame on Friday. Roanoke Times, Roanoke, VA 2017 BH Media Group, Inc. | Terms of Use