SoCon play continued Sunday, with eight teams squaring off.
The first day of SoCon play opened up Friday with all 10 teams in action.
The Furman women's soccer team made a $1,000 donation to the University of North Florida to help with damages from Hurricane Irma.
Samford goalkeeper has been named the Southern Conference Women's Soccer Player of the Week after leading the Bulldogs to two shutout victories.
Hayley Younginer scored three goals as Wofford defeated Alabama A&M 4-0. Seven other SoCon teams hit the field Sunday, four coming out victorious.
Wofford wins in overtime as seven SoCon teams took the field Friday.
The Furman women's soccer team scored six goals en route to a shutout victory on Wednesday.
ETSU traveled to Eastern Kentucky Tuesday where they dropped a 3-1 decision to the Colonels.
Mercer freshman Ally Fordham was named the women's soccer player of the week after scoring three goals in two games.
Junior defender to play in pair of qualifying matches for Switzerland
Mercer's come from behind victory highlights Sunday's action for seven SoCon teams. Western Carolina's Sayres McKenna scored a game-winner in overtime and both Samford and VMI notched victories.
Six SoCon teams returned to the pitch Friday.