The University of South Carolina Board of Trustees today approved a two-year contract extension and raise for women’s basketball head coach Dawn Staley.
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The game times and network designations of South Carolina’s first three football games of the 2015 season were announced today during the news and information show SEC Now on SEC Network.
On Thursday, rising senior Gamecock Matt NeSmith will tee off at the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay.
University of South Carolina head women’s soccer coach Shelley Smith announced the full schedule for the upcoming 2015 campaign on Wednesday. The Gamecocks are set to play 10 home contests at Stone Stadium in the fall.
For the 38th season of Gamecock men’s soccer, South Carolina head coach Mark Berson challenged his team with a daunting 2015 schedule that includes matchups against eight teams who made last year’s NCAA Tournament.
University of South Carolina head men’s basketball coach Frank Martin announced on Tuesday the signing of Eric Cobb (F – 6-10 – 275 – Jacksonville, Fla./St. Francis Academy (Baltimore)), Raymond Doby (F – 6-7 – 230 – St. Louis, Mo./Montrose Christian School/St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy (Wisconsin)) and Jamall Gregory (G – 6-4 – 180 – Washington, D.C./Coolidge High School/Elev8 Institute (Florida)).
Three University of South Carolina football players have been recognized by Athlon magazine as preseason All-SEC honorees.
The University of South Carolina track and field team crowned a deserving champion Saturday afternoon, as senior Jeannelle Scheper won the NCAA Outdoor high jump national title.
The South Carolina volleyball program announced its 2015 schedule on Thursday, which features eight matches against NCAA Tournament teams from a year ago and a trip into Big Ten territory.
South Carolina rising senior Matt NeSmith and former Gamecock All-American Mark Silvers both won a sectional on Monday to qualify for the 115th U.S. Open Championship.