Frank Martin addressed the media in a summer press conference and discussed the current happenings within the Gamecocks men's basketball program.
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A'ja Wilson has impressed two games into her professional career, but she still has a lot to learn.
Bianca Cuevas-Moore will return to South Carolina, despite her past transfer plans with West Virginia.
Frank Martin announced on Monday that Rakym Felder will no longer be part of the Gamecock men's basketball program. Writer Danny Waller examines Felder's short-lived South Carolina career and what could have happened with the program if Felder had stayed out of trouble.
A year ago, Sindarius Thornwell was reflecting on the joy of helping lead South Carolina to its first ever Final Four. Now, he reflects on his rookie season in the NBA.
Two Gamecocks announced within 24 hours that they would be declaring for the 2018 NBA Draft, but neither of them are hiring an agent which means they could return to South Carolina for the upcoming season.
After winning the national championship a year ago and getting drafted into the WNBA, Allisha Gray is back in Columbia, completing the promise she made before the draft: she's completing her degree in broadcast journalism.
A'ja Wilson's South Carolina career is officially over as the Las Vegas Aces selected Wilson first overall in the 2018 WNBA Draft on Thursday.
Sports writer Brandon Alter argues that A'ja Wilson is the greatest Gamecock of all time — and that it's time the athletics department recognizes it, makes an exception and puts her number in the rafters.
The South Carolina women's basketball season is officially over, but the Gamecocks had many memorable moments in their season as reigning National Champions.
Aj'a Wilson's career in the garnet and black is over, but her mark on South Carolina isn't going anywhere.
The South Carolina women's basketball season came to a close at the hands of No. 1 UConn, as the Gamecocks were never able to overcome a quick start from the Huskies and could not click on defense.
A sloppy first quarter and 26 total turnovers made the Sweet 16 game a battle, but South Carolina did enough to get past Buffalo on Saturday to advance to the Elite Eight.
A strong second half and A'ja Wilson's 23rd double-double of the year propelled the South Carolina women's basketball team to the 66-56 win over Virginia in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
A'ja Wilson has had many special "lasts" during her senior year at South Carolina, but Sunday will be a big one as it will be the final time she plays at Colonial Life Arena.
The South Carolina women's basketball team has refocused and is ready to rebound after a sloppy first round game as it takes on Virginia in round two of the 2018 NCAA Tournament.
Despite playing a sloppy second, the South Carolina women's basketball team was able to use its early lead to get the win over North Carolina A&T and advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
The South Carolina women's basketball team begins its NCAA Tournament run on Friday at home and after having a 12 day break, the Gamecocks are focused and ready to get back to that National Championship game.
The South Carolina women's basketball team will enter the 2018 NCAA Tournament as the No. 2 seed in the Albany region, but many including the Gamecocks think the selection committee got it wrong.
The Gamecocks failed to complete the comeback on Thursday night as Arkansas got the win in the second round of the SEC Tournament. South Carolina now awaits to see if it secured an NIT bid.