ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Second-half goals by sophomores Michelle Roberts and Kim Sheaffer lifted Michigan against Wake Forest, 2-1, Sunday afternoon on day two of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Ocker Field. Michigan earns an ACC/Big Ten Challenge win for the first time since 2002.

The two teams played 35 minutes of scoreless field hockey in the first half, with Michigan outshooting Wake Forest, 6-2, including four shots on frame. The Maize and Blue struck first just 2:54 into the second half. Sophomore Ainsley McCallister sent a cross from the right side into a collection of players. Roberts came away with the ball and poked it in for Michigan's first goal of the season.

No. 8 Penn State 3, No. 3 Virginia -- Full Recap
UNIVERSITY PARK, Penn. -- Following a tough setback to Old Dominion on Friday, Penn State picked up a 3-0 upset victory against the Virginia Cavaliers on Sunday afternoon. Sophomore Lauren Purvis, freshman Jenna Chrismer and senior Hannah Allison each scored goals for the Nittany Lions.

"We came out really strong as a team today," said Penn State head coach Charlene Morett. "We made great adjustments from Friday's game against Old Dominion. I told the team before today's game about how the Penn State women's volleyball team made a great comeback against USC on Saturday night. I think that really motivated our players today."

No. 2 North Carolina 2, Iowa 0
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- North Carolina earned its second shutout of the weekend on Sunday, beating Iowa 2-0 to come away from the ACC-Big Ten Challenge undefeated for the third year in a row. As in Saturday's 5-0 win over Michigan, UNC got the gamewinner less than five minutes into the action against the Hawkeyes, with junior Kelsey Kolojejchick's goal off of a rebound 4:34 into the game. The second goal in as many days for the All-America midfielder put UNC ahead for good.

With three minutes remaining in the game, junior Jaclyn Gaudioso Radvany scored her first goal of the fall, also came off a rebound, to make it 2-0.

No. 12 Old Dominion 4, No. 10 American 1
NORFOLK, Va. - Old Dominion field hockey team picked up its second Top 10 win in three days as the Lady Monarchs upended No. 10 American, 4-1, Sunday afternoon in Charlottesville. The 12th ranked Lady Monarchs, who topped No. 8 Penn State on Friday, are now 2-0 on the year.

Senior forward Emma Batten tallied two goals against the Eagles to lead the Lady Monarchs. Batten now has three goals and an assist in her first two games at ODU.

Game information compiled from respective athletic department websites.