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USC's NeSmith Leads at U.S. Amateur

South Carolina senior Matt NeSmith kicked off his third-straight U.S. Amateur appearance in strong fashion on Monday as he finished the day at the top of the leaderboard after firing an opening-round 65 (-5) at Olympia Fields Country Club’s South Course. continue reading ›

Clemson's Capps, Kennerly Begin U.S. Amateur

Clemson senior Miller Capps and graduate Billy Kennerly, both had outstanding first rounds at the 2015 United States Amateur at Olympia Fields Golf Club near Chicago, Ill. Capps fired an even-par 70 in the opening round, while Kennerly, who has used up his eligibility at Clemson, had a one over par 71. continue reading ›

No. 11 USC Tops NC State, 3-0

Sophomore forward Savannah McCaskill recorded three points and the Gamecocks allowed just one shot on goal, as No. 11 South Carolina moved past North Carolina State, 3-0, in its only exhibition match of the 2015 season on Friday night. continue reading ›

USC Soccer Hosts Exhibition Game Sunday

The first glimpse at the 2015 South Carolina men’s soccer team comes on Sunday under the lights at Stone Stadium, as the Gamecocks host Gardner-Webb in a 7 p.m. exhibition that is free to any fan wanting to attend. continue reading ›

Clemson Soccer Picked 2nd in Preseason ACC Vote

Two conference coaches see Clemson as the team to beat again for the Atlantic Coast Conference championship, while five coaches see the Tigers as the team to beat in the Atlantic Division, according to a vote of the league’s 12 head coaches released by the ACC this morning. continue reading ›

USC WBB Releases Non-Conference Slate

South Carolina women’s basketball head coach Dawn Staley announced today her team’s non-conference schedule for 2015-16, which features seven teams that recorded 20 or more wins last season and 10 that played in the 2015 postseason, including the NCAA and WNIT champions. continue reading ›

Clemson Kicks Off Two-A-Days

The Tiger football team held a physical first of two practices Monday morning. It was the first of Clemson’s four two-a-days scheduled in August camp, with two more this week and the final two-a-day set for August 17. Clemson worked for just over two hours in the morning, and will return in the evening for a walk-through practice. continue reading ›

Four Tigers Finish In SC Amateur Top 20

Austin Langdale and Stephen Behr finished in the top 10 and Carson Young and Josh Fickes finished in the top 20 of the 84th South Carolina Amateur Golf tournament. The 72-hole event was completed on Sunday afternoon in near 90-degree heat at the Chanticleer Course at Greenville Country Club. continue reading ›

Tigers Practice Without Swinney

Clemson held its fifth practice of the preseason, its first in pads, and the first without Head Coach Dabo Swinney, who returned to Alabama to be with his family after the passing of his father, Ervil Swinney on Saturday afternoon. continue reading ›

Tiger Trio In SC Amateur Top Ten

Clemson golfers Carson Young, Stephen Behr and Austin Langdale all rank in the top 10 after three rounds of the 84th Annual South Carolina Amateur at the Chanticleer Course at Greenville Country Club in Greenville, S.C. The final round will be held Sunday. continue reading ›

Gamecocks Scrimmage To Mixed Results

The University of South Carolina football team practiced in full pads for the first time during the fall preseason camp on Saturday morning at the new practice fields. The squad used the final hour of the nearly two-and-a-half-hour long open practice to go 11-on-11 in a scrimmage format. continue reading ›

Swinney Pleased After 4 Practices

Dabo Swinney and his Clemson football team have been grinding through the first week of practice and that is the way he likes it. Due to the combination of the academic schedule and the extra week of preparation before the September 5 opener, the Tiger football team’s preseason preparation coincides with a two-week period of time where there is no school. continue reading ›

6 Tigers Make Cut At SC Amateur

Six Clemson golfers, including rising juniors Austin Langdale and Carson Young, made the cut at the South Carolina Amateur on Friday. The 84th annual event is being played at the Chanticleer Course at the Greenville Country club. continue reading ›


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