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Gamecocks rally past Mizzou 4-2 to advance

HOOVER, Ala. - A late rally in a late game on Tuesday gave the South Carolina baseball team another late night in the Southeastern Conference tournament on Wednesday. The Gamecocks scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to turn a … more

Doing the NCAA limbo

Brian Bowen had the opportunity to spend a couple of days last week playing in real basketball games, replete with scoreboards and referees and with every courtside seat filled. It's unclear when … more

Tournament performances unlikely to affect Gamecocks, Clemson in NCAA seedings

Regardless of what it does in the Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Championship, Clemson will be a top eight national seed. That means the Tigers will be the host for a regional as well as a super … more

Gamecocks rolling toward postseason with surge

COLUMBIA - First-year South Carolina coach Mark Kingston is glad he's finally seeing the club he imagined last fall thriving on the field this spring. The Gamecocks, who three weeks ago appeared sluggish and likely to miss the postseason, have … more

Dismissal, transfers, NBA draft have Gamecocks in flux

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Frank Martin's responses to questions about next year's roster seem to change daily. Transfers, the NBA draft and one dismissal has left Martin's program in flux with as many as seven players from last year's … more

Draft Diary: A'ja Wilson talks going to Las Vegas

COLUMBIA - What a great introduction to Las Vegas! It was a long flight from South Carolina, but the weather couldn't have been better and I really enjoyed every minute of it. Driving from the airport to the strip, I was flattered to see on … more

USC Fire Ants baseball heads to tournament

SPARTANBURG - The University of South Carolina Sumter baseball team will go limping into the NJCAA Region X tournament after being swept by Spartanburg Methodist College in a pair of doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday. The Fire Ants, who … more

Testing the waters

COLUMBIA - South Carolina forward and former Louisville recruit Brian Bowen is entering the NBA draft. Bowen, who transferred to South Carolina after being suspended by Louisville amid a federal investigation into college basketball, won't hire … more

Clemson gets commit from Florida RB Mellusi

Clemson stayed hot on the recruiting trail with a commitment from RB Chez Mellusi (6-0 175) of Naples, Florida, commitment since Friday and the ninth for the 2019 class. Mellusi visited Clemson for the first time last week and was offered and … more

Lady Gamecocks will look different but Staley still confident in team

COLUMBIA - Dawn Staley is ready to start a new chapter her South Carolina women's basketball program. The coach believes the program will continue its winning ways, albeit with a different look. The Gamecocks won't be led by dominant post … more

Carolina's Silva opts to test NBA draft

COLUMBIA - University of South Carolina junior forward Chris Silva announced on Tuesday that he plans to submit his name for the 2018 NBA Draft, but will not hire an agent. Silva will have until 10 days following the NBA Draft Combine (May 16-20 in … more

A split decision

The University of South Carolina Sumter softball team didn't get the sweep it wanted against the University of South Carolina Union on Tuesday at Patriot Park SportPlex. The Fire Ants won the opener 4-2 before losing the second game 11-1 in five … more

Draft Diary: Carolina's A'ja Wilson talks tourney, awards and preparing for WNBA

COLUMBIA - Wow, it's been quite a great journey at South Carolina. It was a fitting end to my college career being able to share the Naismith Trophy with the fans Monday night, knowing that this is the last time I'll be around here until I … more

Gamecocks land California quarterback Hilinski

Quarterback Ryan Hilinski (6-feet-3-inches, 203 pounds) of Orange, Calif., committed to the University of South Carolina football program last week over Georgia, Mississippi, Texas A&M, Arizona, Arizona State and Oregon. Hilinski and his family, … more

A'ja Wilson is AP women's Player of Year

COLUMBUS, Ohio - A'ja Wilson of South Carolina is The Associated Press women's college basketball player of the year. Wilson is the first player from the school to win the award. The 6-foot-5 star received 22 votes Thursday from 32-member … more

South Carolina seeks to keep winning without A'ja Wilson

COLUMBIA - Dawn Staley believes South Carolina can continue to build on the success the women's basketball program has had because of the foundation that All-American A'ja Wilson leaves behind. The 6-foot-5 Wilson, the three-time Southeastern … more

South Carolina's title run ends with 94-65 loss to UConn

ALBANY, N.Y. — UConn coach Geno Auriemma and the Huskies are headed back to a familiar spot — the Final Four. Crystal Dangerfield led the way as top-seeded UConn routed No. 2 South … more

Fire Ants, Stingers split 4-game series

The baseball teams from the University of South Carolina Sumter and Florence-Darlington Technical College settled little if anything in their 4-game series over the weekend at Francis Marion … more

Carolina's Wilson AP All-American third straight year

NEW YORK - A'ja Wilson is now part of an elite women's basketball group. South Carolina's senior center became the seventh player Monday ever to earn Associated Press All-America team honors three times. She was a unanimous choice from the … more

South Carolina advances with 79-63 win over Buffalo

ALBANY, N.Y. - That the upstate New York crowd wasn't rooting for South Carolina didn't matter one bit to A'ja Wilson. Her imposing presence inside and her booming voice proved enough for the Gamecocks to escape Buffalo. The 6-foot-5 Wilson, the … more
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