The College of Charleston, coming off a 4-2 win over Georgia Southern in the semifinals, will take on top-seeded Samford at 1 p.m. today in the championship match of the Southern Conference women's soccer tournament in Greensboro, N.C.

The Cougars (13-7-1), the No. 3 seed, dropped a 2-1 decision in overtime to Samford (13-5-2) earlier this year in Birmingham, Ala.

--Seventh-seeded College of Charleston faces No. 2 seed Furman in the Southern Conference men's tournament at 6 p.m. today in Greenville.

The Cougars (5-7-5) are winless in their last nine matches (0-5-4). Furman enters on a seven-match unbeaten run and boasts a 13-2-4 overall record going into the postseason.

Tennis

The College of Charleston men's tennis team won all six singles flights and two of three doubles flights in the second day of the Cougar Challenge at the College of Charleston Tennis Center at Patriots Point.

Mickael Trintignac, Chris Toussaint, Billy Kenny, Bryan Roberts, Brice Allanic and Crescente Lesser all won in their respective singles flights against players from Wofford.

Trintignac and Allanic won doubles flight one, while Roberts and Toussaint beat Drew Superstein and former Bishop England standout Walker Heffron, 8-4, in the doubles third flight.

Trintignac, Allanic, Roberts, and Lesser are each 2-0 in this weekend's tournament, as are the Cougars tandems of Trintignac/Allanic and Roberts/Toussiant.

The Cougars will conclude fall tournament play today against opponents from Presbyterian starting at 11:30 a.m.

Volleyball

The College of Charleston swept Furman, 28-26, 25-18, 26-24, in volleyball.

The win marked the 19th straight home conference win for the Cougars (20-9, 11-2 Southern Conference), a streak dating back to 2009.

Furman fell to 18-8, 11-3.

--The Citadel earned its first Southern Conference victory of the season, beating Wofford 25-17, 25-17, 11-25, 25-20.

Amanda Rudnik led The Citadel (8-20, 1-13) with nine kills, while Alexa Dahlstrom had 29 assists and 12 digs. The Bulldogs' win was the first over Wofford (13-17, 2-11) since 2007.

The Citadel hosts College of Charleston on Tuesday.