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No. 2 seed South Carolina looking to fix mistakes

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Dawn Staley was relieved that her young Gamecocks made it through two up-and-down NCAA Tournament performances to reach the Sweet 16. That relief quickly turned to work. Staley has spent the past three days … more

Gamecocks shouldn't be playing in Albany regional

So not only does the University of South Carolina women's basketball team gets to make the long sojourn to Albany, New York, to play in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament regional with top-ranked and undefeated Connecticut, it now has to take on … more

Wilson leads South Carolina to 66-56 win over Virginia

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Dawn Staley watched once more as All-American A'ja Wilson took control of a victory and whispered to an assistant, "How are we going to replace '22?'" Fortunately for Staley, she doesn't have to find out the answer … more

One last hurrah

COLUMBIA - A'ja Wilson's had the pomp and pageantry. All she wants out of this last home game is the win. South Carolina's all-time leading scorer, the three-time Southeastern Conference player of the year and perhaps the program's most … more

Defending champ Carolina hold off Aggies 63-52 in first round

COLUMBIA — South Carolina's A'ja Wilson had not felt this bad about a victory in a long, long time. And she's promised not to let it happen again, especially not in her final home appearance in … more

Target on their backs

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Dawn Staley is done talking about how her defending national champions get the "short end of the stick" when the NCAA tournament rolls around. But she isn't done with using it as a psychological ploy. "We will … more

Gamecocks open SEC play against No. 2 Florida

New University of South Carolina baseball head coach Mark Kingston gets his first taste of a Southeastern Conference series beginning today, and he couldn't have - or maybe could have - asked for a better series with which to start. The Gamecocks … more

Wilson excels as game's best amid struggles

COLUMBIA - South Carolina forward A'ja Wilson is perhaps standing taller than ever after a season in which and the defending national champions struggled. The 6-foot-5 senior became the first three-time Southeastern Conference player of the year … more

South Carolina goes from Final Four to missing postseason

COLUMBIA - In a year's time, South Carolina has gone from Final Four to finished earlier than expected. The Gamecocks (17-16) season came to a close Sunday night when the team was not picked for the NIT after an up-and-down season with too many … more

Carolina No. 2 seed in UConn regional

If defending national champion South Carolina is to make it back to the Final Four for a second straight season, it will most likely have to do so by taking down No. 1 Connecticut in the Elite Eight. The Gamecocks are the No. 2 seed in the Albany … more

Silva's double-double helps Gamecocks hold off Ole Miss

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Chris Silva didn't have his usual energy level on Wednesday night, at least in the eyes of South Carolina coach Frank Martin. If that was an off night for Silva, then the Gamecocks are in good hands moving forward in the … more

Gamecocks need miracle run for NCAA return

COLUMBIA (AP) - Last season's surprise Final Four team in South Carolina will need another huge surprise at the Southeastern Conference Tournament if it hopes to return to the tournament this year. The Gamecocks (16-15, 7-11 SEC) followed a … more

USC women win SEC championship for 4th straight time

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A'ja Wilson screamed, waved four fingers in the air and danced in front of the South Carolina pep band. Doing something nobody has ever done before deserves a mighty celebration. Wilson scored 16 points as eighth-ranked … more

No. 14 Auburn earns share of SEC title with triumph over Carolina

AUBURN, Ala. - Bryce Brown scored 29 points, making eight 3-pointers, and No. 14 Auburn claimed at least a share of the Southeastern Conference title with a 79-70 comeback victory over South Carolina on Saturday. The Tigers (25-6, 13-5) earned … more

Booker's 25 helps South Carolina past LSU 83-74

COLUMBIA (AP) - South Carolina coach Frank Martin needed talent after losing three of his best players from last year's Final Four team. He turned to two graduate transfers mostly riding the bench at leagues far away from the Southeastern … more

Gamecocks' Wilson SEC player of year for third straight time

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - South Carolina's A'ja Wilson is the Associated Press' Southeastern Conference women's basketball player of the year for a third consecutive season. Mississippi State teammates Teaira McCowan and Victoria Vivians joined … more

South Carolina's Muschamp seeks more with start of spring practice

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Will Muschamp continues to rebuild the Gamecocks despite the football team's best season since Steve Spurrier's departure. And Muschamp has made sure his players know that headed into spring drills. "I told our … more

Lady Vols beat USC without Wilson again

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee continues to show just how vulnerable South Carolina can be when the Gamecocks don't have star center A'ja Wilson in the lineup. Rennia Davis had 18 points, 10 … more

Fire Ants earn chance to compete in national championship in May

With just two teams in the National Junior College Athletic Association Region X, there was much on the line when the University of South Carolina Sumter took on Spartanburg Methodist College on Saturday in Spartanburg. While a region … more

Mississippi State beats Gamecocks 72-68 in OT

STARKVILLE, Miss. - Lamar Peters had 19 points, including five in overtime, to lead Mississippi State past South Carolina 72-68 on Saturday. Tyson Carter and Quinndary Weatherspoon had 13 points apiece for Mississippi State (21-8, 9-7 SEC). Nick … more
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