Midfielder Sarah Schaidle and defender Hannah Gmerek of the College of Charleston, and Citadel midfielder Vanessa Aponte led local selections to the All-Southern Conference women's soccer team, making the first team.

The second team includes forward Mariana Garcia of The Citadel and forward Hope Atkinson of C of C. The Cougars' Ali Brashear and Sarah Cardamone were all-freshman picks.

C of C and Furman both had two first-team picks, behind only Samford, which had four.

The Cougars play Georgia Southern in the SoCon tournament semifinals Friday at 7:30 p.m. at UNC Greensboro.

--The College of Charleston men played to a 2-2 SoCon draw at Davidson in their regular season finale. For the third straight game, the Cougars (5-7-5, 1-3-3) outshot their opponent but were unable to get a victory.

With the draw, C of C will enter the SoCon men's tournament with the No. 7 seeding and will play at No. 2 Furman at 6 p.m. Sunday in Greenville.

Sean de Silva made it 1-0 in the fourth minute, and Francis Twohig scored in the 82nd for a 2-1 Cougars lead. But the Wildcats' Allen Page tied it in the 87th minute. Davidson (8-7-3, 3-2-2) earned the No. 4 seed.

College golf

The College of Charleston men wrapped up play by shooting a final round 1-over 289 and finished third at the six-team Kauai Collegiate Invitational in Hawaii. Charleston shot 863, 13 strokes behind winner San Diego. John Duke Hudson finished at 5-under 211 and placed third individually.


Former Citadel player Zach Urbanus has signed a contract to play pro ball in Denmark.

Urbanus, who averaged 10.6 points for the Bulldogs last season and is the school's top career 3-point shooter, signed with Jonstrup Basket, a First Division team in Denmark.