The College of Charleston sailing teams — coed and women — moved up a spot in the Sailing World Magazine college rankings to No. 2.
“It’s great to see the team sailing well, performing at a high level, and having fun,” College of Charleston sailing coach Ward Cromwell said. “We are very excited for the upcoming weeks as we wind up the regular season.”
College of Charleston women, who finished fourth overall at the Dellenbaugh Women’s Trophy regatta in Connecticut last weekend, will compete this weekend at the SAISA Team Race Championship hosted by South Florida in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Charleston Southern’s Milleina Ohara was named this week’s Big South Freshman of the Week.
Ohara finished the Mimosa Hills Intercollegiate with a 5-over 149 (75-74) to tie for seventh in the event — her first career Top 10 finish. She tied as the Buccaneers’ top finisher, the first time she led the squad at a tournament this year, and posted her best 36-hole performance has a collegian.
South Carolina Stingrays goaltender Jeff Jakaitis was named to the All-ECHL First Team for the second straight season and the third time in the last four seasons.
Jakaitis, 31, leads the league with six shutouts and a 2.01 goals-against average while ranking second with a .922 save percentage. The Rochester, Minn., native set ECHL records this season with a 15-game winning streak, four consecutive shutouts and a 321:46 shutout streak.