- ESPN BlogsMay 22 04:41 AM
South Carolina Gamecocks preview
- Toledo News NowMay 22 08:22 PM
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- South Carolina GamecocksMay 21 05:27 AM
No. 2 South Carolina opens play in the 2015 NCAA Women's Golf Championships on Friday, May 22, at The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla. After capturing their third NCAA East Regional title since 2010, the Gamecocks are one of 24 teams to advance to the NCAA Championships and will be making their sixth-straight appearance. South Carolina will be paired with No. 1 Southern California and No...
- Toledo News NowMay 23 12:34 PM
Sophomores Jordan Gore and Logan Koch will no longer be a part of the South Carolina baseball program.
- The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsMay 18 03:14 PM
South Carolina understands what's at stake this week in the Southeastern Conference Tournament.
- South Carolina GamecocksMay 22 06:25 PM
Sophomore Katelyn Dambaugh led No. 2 South Carolina with a 2-under 70 in the first round of the NCAA Championships at The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla. The Gamecocks carded a 308 (+20) in the first wave of teams before weather shortened the day for the second half of teams on the course. South Carolina is in sixth place amongst those that finished their rounds and is 15th on the ...
- The Post and CourierMay 23 10:37 AM
COLUMBIA — Two South Carolina baseball players are leaving the program.
- WIS News 10 ColumbiaMay 22 05:30 PM
South Carolina hopes the third time is the charm next week. The Gamecocks will make their third straight trip to the NCAA Men's Golf Championship in hopes of bringing home the title.
- Free TimesMay 21 07:42 AM
Stop me when you can name the South Carolina baseball coach who: came to South Carolina from North Carolina; reached the NCAA regionals in his second year; had a disastrous third year, marked by poor in-conference play and bad losses to second-tier programs; and faced an outlook for an even grimmer fourth year, with leading players graduating or jumping to pro ball.
- The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsMay 12 12:45 PM
A'ja Wilson and Alaina Coates were South Carolina's high-scoring duo off the bench in the women's team's first-ever Final Four season. Now, both are preparing to make an even bigger impact on the Gamecocks next season, this time as starters. The 6-foot-5 Wilson and 6-4 Coates were the second and third leading scorers for South Carolina, which won a second straight Southeastern Conference title ...
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