Stags rally past Hawks

Berkeley’s Rakheem White breaks away from the Hanahan defense for a touchdown in the first half Friday night. The Stags won, 40-20.

Alan Hawes

The College of Charleston (10-7, 2-0) posted a 3-0 victory over Elon (11-6, 0-2) in a Southern Conference volleyball match on Sunday at TD Arena.

C of C won, 25-15, 25-11, 25-19, behind Elyse Chubb with 10 kills and a match-high five total blocks.

--The Citadel (6-7, 0-2) dropped a 3-0 SoCon home match to UNC Greensboro (9-8, 1-0). UNCG won, 25-20, 25-20, 25-22. Kaona Mercer led The Citadel with 10 kills.

College soccer

Mariana Garcia's goal in the 53rd minute proved to be the game-winner as The Citadel (3-6-1, 1-1) claimed a 3-2 victory over Appalachian State (4-6, 0-2) at WLI Field. The Bulldogs trailed 1-0 but went up 2-1 on goals by Nicole Leverman and Angela Foyt in the 32nd and 43rd minutes. App State drew within one in the 71st minute.

--The College of Charleston (6-4, 2-0) scored three first-half goals in a 3-2 SoCon women's win over Western Carolina (6-3-1, 1-1) at Patriots Point. Sarah Schaidle scored in the first minute for C of C, and Francesca Kentimentos and Megan Hilbert in the 33rd and 44th minutes. WCU scored in the 49th and 74th minutes.

College sailing

The seventh-ranked College of Charleston coed sailing team placed fourth at the 18-team St. Mary's College (Md.) Intersectional.

Sam Stokes skippered A division to a fourth-place finish with crew Perry Emsiek, while Ben Spector skippered B division to a third-place head-to-head tiebreaker over Roger Williams with crew Alyssa Aitken.

Individually, C of C's Corey Hall won the home-hosted SAISA women's singlehanded championship on Saturday. She earned her third consecutive ICSA singlehanded nationals berth.

At the North Points No. 3 regatta hosted by Clemson on Saturday, C of C placed fourth.

College golf

The College of Charleston men finished at 7-over 859 to place seventh in the Mason Rudolph Championship in Franklin, Tenn. The Cougars' Henry Smart finished at even par for 54 holes to tie for 14th individually.

Semipro football

Former Hanahan player Mike Hill preserved the Charleston Blazin' Hawks' 8-6 win over the Capitol Kings when he broke up a two-point conversion pass attempt in the closing seconds of the game Saturday.

The Hawks earned a berth in the Southern American Football League South playoffs. Hill had 15 tackles and an interception. The Hawks (5-5) play at defending champ Charlotte Knights (10-0) next Saturday.

Austin Bloedooern returned a fumble 35 yards for Charleston's lone score. Robert Wright, who had 220 yards rushing, ran in the two-point conversion. Jerrell Jackson had 10 tackles and a fumble recovery for the Hawks.