Citadel junior Asher Wojciechowski was named Southern Conference baseball pitcher of the week.

Wojciechowski struck out nine batters over seven innings in a 4-1 win against East Tennessee State in Friday's season opener. The junior allowed just three singles and one run on the day while holding ETSU hitless over the final four innings. He threw 99 pitches, and his seven innings of work were the most of any league pitcher over the weekend.

He also earned a pitcher of the week honor in the 2008 season.

--Monday's scheduled Citadel baseball game against Kansas State at Riley Park was cancelled because of rain.

College sailing

The College of Charleston sailing team competed in three events over the weekend and came away with a victory at the SAISA Open, a third-place finish at the Charleston Spring Intersectional, and a seventh-place finish at the USF Women's Intersectional.

Charleston won 10 races and finished in the top five in 14 others to total 53 points and earn the 26-point win over South Florida at the SAISA Open held in St. Petersburg, Fla. Charleston took the win over 19 teams in A division with 26 points, and it won B division with 27 points.

The Cougars finished in the top five in 13 races in their third-place showing out of 18 teams at the Charleston Spring Intersectional. Charleston had 55 points for third in A division, while the Cougars' B division was third with 72 points. The Cougars totaled 127 points; first-place Georgetown had an 87-point total.

Charleston placed two teams in the top 10 of 16 participants at the USF Women's in St. Petersburg, with the first group finishing seventh with 69 points and the second group taking ninth with 78. The first group won two races.

College softball

Charleston Southern's Megan Hall and Sondra Vetter were named Big South Conference player and pitcher of the week, respectively.

Hall, a first baseman, led the Buccaneers to three wins with a .450 batting average last week, recording a hit in all six games she played. She also tallied four RBIs, six runs scored and three extra-base hits.

Vetter, a right-hander, went 2-0 in three appearances and two starts last week, including a win over Louisville. She recorded a 2.33 ERA in 18 innings of work with 12 strikeouts and held opponents to a .272 batting average.