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AJ Lawson declares for NBA draft

COLUMBIA (AP) - South Carolina guard A.J. Lawson is declaring for the NBA draft. He is not signing with an agent and leaving open the option to return to school. Lawson, who made the all-Southeastern Conference freshman team this season, … more

Former Crestwood's Ty'Son Williams chooses 'best fit' for last year - BYU

Former Crestwood High School standout running back Ty'Son Williams will spend his final season of college football playing with Brigham Young University. Williams, who played the past two seasons with the University of South Carolina before … more

New USC RB coach Brown looks to boost Gamecocks ground game

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Will Muschamp has struggled to build a running game. He's turning to one of Georgia's all-time leading rushers to turn that around. Muschamp named former Bulldogs standout and assistant coach Thomas Brown to lead … more

Baylor beats South Carolina 93-68, returns to Elite 8

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Kim Mulkey has led Baylor to two national titles, so she knows the traits a contender ought to have. "We're on a roll, and that's what it takes in the playoffs," Mulkey said. "You need to get on a roll, you need to stay healthy … more

South Carolina faces top-seeded Baylor in NCAAs

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Dawn Staley doesn't enjoy watching her last game against Baylor, even as the Gamecocks prepare for another shot at the top-seeded Lady Bears in the Sweet 16 this week. It was sickening showing for Staley, her team … more

South Carolina beats Florida State 72-64 to reach Sweet 16

CHARLOTTE - With 42 seconds left and South Carolina leading by one, coach Dawn Staley decided to put the game in the hands of her junior point guard Tyasha Harris. She called a play named "Miami Vice" where Harris would use a screen to get moving … more

South Carolina, Florida State renew rivalry

CHARLOTTE - South Carolina and Florida State will meet for the third time in the past five seasons in the NCAA Tournament - only this one is a couple of rounds earlier. The Gamecocks defeated the Seminoles in the Elite Eight in 2015 and 2017 in … more

South Carolina regains swagger in 74-52 win over Belmont

CHARLOTTE — Dawn Staley is feeling a whole lot better about her team than she was two weeks ago. South Carolina returned to playing with the swagger and defensive intensity that she's come … more

South Carolina looks to erase SEC disappointment in NCAAs

CHARLOTTE - South Carolina coach Dawn Staley is confident the fourth-seeded Gamecocks "can beat anybody" in the NCAA Tournament - if they figure out a way to play defense. That didn't happen in a stunning 95-89 loss to Arkansas in the … more

Sluggish Carolina looks for strong showing in tourney

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Dawn Staley hopes her Gamecocks can cap off a somewhat disappointing season with a strong performance in the NCAA Tournament. While the Gamecocks have 21 wins are ranked 15th in the country, it's still not what … more

Georgia completes sweep of USC

COLUMBIA - The South Carolina baseball team fell out of the Collegiate Baseball Poll after falling to No. 8 Georgia 4-2 on Sunday at Founders Park and being swept in the 3-game Southeastern Conference series. The Gamecocks, who were ranked No. … more

USC, Clemson women open NCAA tourney on Friday

South Carolina and Clemson both earned berths in the women's NCAA basketball tournament released on Monday. South Carolina earned a No. 4 seed in the Greensboro Regional and will host first- and second-round games on Friday and Sunday at UNC … more

Gamecocks blow big lead, fall 8-7 to No. 8 Georgia

CLEMSON -- Mat Clark pitched No. 12 Clemson to a 5-1 victory over Notre Dame at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Saturday. Clark set career highs for innings pitched and strikeouts, both numbering seven. … more

Gamecocks wait to hear NIT fate

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The South Carolina men's basketball team is in a wait-and-see mode today. Not concerning the NCAA Tournament though; instead the Gamecocks are looking to see if they receive an invitation to the National Invitation … more

Tough SEC Tournament might lead to drama-filled competition

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - While a tougher Southeastern Conference Tournament field might lead to drama-filled games, the annual question of whether anyone can knock off Kentucky still looms. The tournament is back in Music City after a year away with … more

Clemson brings in recruits from near and far for Junior Day

Clemson staged another junior day for the 2020 football recruiting class and beyond on Saturday. The Tigers attracted prospects from up and down the East Coast, the Southeast and as far west as Texas. Clemson offered running back Kobe Pryor of … more

Dominating Silva returns as South Carolina beats Georgia 66-46

COLUMBIA - The dominating Chris Silva showed up for South Carolina on Saturday, and the Gamecocks, even with their 16-15 record, will get a double-bye again in the Southeastern Conference Tournament. Silva had 24 points and 10 rebounds as South … more

Silva's 22 points lift Gamecocks 71-54 over A&M

COLLEGE STATION, Texas - South Carolina coach Frank Martin was thrilled his team ended its losing streak with a win against Texas A&M on Tuesday night. He might have been equally as happy that it came thanks to a bounce-back performance from … more

Mississippi State, Gamecocks SEC women's tourney top seeds

Mississippi State coach Vic Schaefer is looking for another first at the Southeastern Conference women's tournament. His fifth-ranked Bulldogs won at South Carolina for the first time in Schaefer's seven seasons as coach this past Sunday to win a … more

Series win over Clemson lifts USC in baseball polls

The South Carolina baseball team moved into the Baseball America poll and jumped 11 spots in the Collegiate Baseball poll after winning its 3-game series with Clemson with a 14-3 win on Sunday at Founders Park in Columbia. The Gamecocks, who won … more
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