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D'Angelo Leads USC To NCAA Win Over Clemson

South Carolina senior goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo delivered two saves in a nail-biting round of PKs to propel the No.3 seeded Gamecocks (13-5-4) past Clemson (13-3-3) and into the second round of the NCAA Tournament. A defensive struggle yielded a 0-0 tie after 110 minutes of play, and South Carolina rose to the challenge in the shootout. continue reading ›

USC Women Set Season Opener Game Time

South Carolina women’s basketball head coach Dawn Staley announced today the start time for her team’s season opener against Southern Cal. The Gamecocks and Trojans are set to open the season on Sat., Nov. 15, at 7 p.m. at Colonial Life Arena in a game to be broadcast by SEC Network +, only on WatchESPN through participating TV providers. The two teams had held off announcing the start time until the kickoff time for the Gamecocks’ football game at Florida had been released (Noon, SEC Network). continue reading ›

Auburn Safety Reinstated For USC Game

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn says safety Jermaine Whitehead has been reinstated to the team. Malzahn said Monday that Whitehead has returned to practice after a four-game suspension for unspecified violations. The fifth-ranked Tigers play South Carolina on Saturday night. continue reading ›

D'Angelo Finalist For National Award

South Carolina senior goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo has been selected as one of 10 finalists for the 2014 Senior CLASS Award for women’s soccer, presented to student-athletes who excel both on and off the field. Candidates are choses based on their dedication and achievement in four areas of excellence – community, classroom, character and competition. continue reading ›

Surratt Returns To USC Practice

Defensive tackle J.T. Surratt returned to practice on Wednesday after sitting out Tuesday's practice with a sore back. Offensive guard Cody Waldrop did not practice on Wednesday as he remains sidelined with a right knee injury. continue reading ›

Former Gamecock Kicked In The Face

Former Gamecock Spencer Lanning makes a living kicking a football. Sunday he was on the receiving end of a kick...to the face. The Cleveland Browns punter was covering his own punt when Pittsburgh return man Antonio Brown tried to hurdle him. Lanning received a foot to the face but helped to bring Brown down. Brown was hit with a 15-yard unnecessary roughness penalty. continue reading ›

USC Tied For 3rd After Regional 1st Round

The fourth-seeded South Carolina men’s golf team shot a 286 (+6) on Thursday in the opening round of the NCAA Eugene Regional at Eugene Country Club. The Gamecocks finished the day in a tie for third place with North Florida and are 10 shots back of tournament leader Stanford. The top five teams and low individual not on those teams will advance to next week’s NCAA Championship. continue reading ›

Auburn Eliminates USC Softball 7-5

South Carolina kept working on comeback bids, but No. 22/21 Auburn held onto its final lead of 7-5 for the win on Wednesday night, the first of the 2014 SEC Softball Tournament from Carolina Softball Stadium at Beckham Field. continue reading ›

Bradley To Start Season In Minors

The Boston Red Sox announced Friday former Gamecock Jackie Bradley Jr. will start out the season in AAA Pawtucket. Grady Sizemore won the Red Sox starting job in center field. Bradley hit .158 and led the Red Sox in strikeouts this spring. continue reading ›

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