College of Charleston's Chilean duo of freshman Rodrigo Encinas and senior Crescente Lesser were again named CAA men's Doubles Team of the Week.

Encinas and Lesser earned the award for the second consecutive week after improving to 11-0 on the season at No. 2 doubles.

The Cougars' tandem beat Davidson's Ethan Kallick and Evan Watkins, 8-3, as CofC won the doubles point en route to a 6-1 triumph over the Wildcats.


Defenseman Luka Vidmar returned to the South Carolina Stingrays from the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League.

Vidmar, 27, earned his first AHL call-up after skating in 57 games with the Stingrays this season, scoring two goals and 12 assists for 14 points and a plus-minus rating of +5. The Ljubljana, Slovenia, native dressed in six games with the Americans, adding no points.

Last season, Vidmar appeared in a career-high 62 games with the Stingrays and led team defensemen with 27 points (six goals, 21 assists) and was fourth on the team with a plus-minus rating of +11. In 180 career ECHL contests over three seasons with South Carolina, Colorado and Las Vegas, Vidmar grabbed 62 points (11 goals, 51 assists).


Charleston Southern finished sixth at the 2014 Big South Conference Women's Golf Championship on Tuesday at The Patriot Golf Club at Grand Harbor in Ninety Six.

CSU freshman Bella Johnson led Charleston Southern with a final score of 231 overall to finish tied for 13th among the tournament field.

Campbell won the team title with a conference record even-par 864, while Fighting Camel Louise Lattorre won individual medalist with a 3-under 213.

Clemson freshman golfer Ashlan Ramsey is turning pro after the school year.

Coach J.T. Horton announced Ramsey's plans Tuesday.

Ramsey is ranked as the world's best amateur, according to GolfWeek.

She leads Clemson in stroke average with 72.15 through nine events. The Tigers will play in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament starting Thursday. Ramsey has six top-10 finishes for Clemson this season.