In Team USA’s Red-White scrimmage at Colonial Life Arena Wednesday night, the women’s basketball national team began a series of exhibition matchups featuring a mix of current and former Gamecocks.
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From Brian Bowen's uncertain basketball career to recruiting within the Palmetto State for the class of 2019, South Carolina head men's basketball coach Frank Martin had plenty to discuss in a press conference Friday morning at Williams-Brice Stadium.
Ten days ago, A’ja Wilson walked across the stage at Colonial Life Arena. On Tuesday night, Wilson played in her second career WNBA game, a 75-70 victory for the Washington Mystics at Capitol One Arena in Washington, D.C. The Las Vegas Aces's record now stands at 0-2.
With head coach Dawn Staley's announcement that Bianca Cuevas-Moore will return to the program for her redshirt senior season, the Gamecocks will have one less piece of the puzzle to find in hopes of extending their streak of being a powerhouse in women’s college basketball.
Rakym Felder’s story at the University of South Carolina is one of unbelievable highs and ultimately, devastating lows. With men's basketball head coach Frank Martin and Felder confirming that he would not be a part of the 2018-2019 Gamecock men’s basketball team, Felder’s career in garnet came to its unceremonious close. The final low of his roller coaster of a career, Felder will leave behind both a complicated and beloved legacy.
Last year, Sindarius Thornwell was drafted in the second round of the 2017 NBA draft by the Milwaukee Bucks, but his draft rights were immediately traded to Los Angeles, leading him to play his rookie season for the Clippers. Fans have seen the grind and upside he can provide now that his first NBA season is complete.
Within 24 hours, a pair of South Carolina men's basketball players shocked Gamecock Nation, as Chris Silva and Brian Bowen announced they have declared for the NBA Draft.
Another first for A'ja Wilson happened Thursday night as the Las Vegas Aces selected Wilson with the first overall pick in the 2018 WNBA Draft. Just four years ago, Wilson was the No. 1 women's basketball recruit to start her college career, and now she's the No. 1 pick to start her professional career.
A year ago Allisha Gray had a choice to make. She had just a few hours to make a decision that would change her life and her career: was she going to enter the WNBA Draft or was she was going to stay in Columbia and finish her classes?
A’ja Wilson is the greatest Gamecock to play basketball at the University of South Carolina. Period. Wilson has broken double-digit school records and is top five in many other categories. Outside of South Carolina, she is in great standing when looking at not just the SEC but also the NCAA record book as a whole. With her name written in pen all over the record book, why is her number not already retired?
The South Carolina women's basketball team stood on the court of Colonial Life Arena on Nov. 10, looking up into the rafters as the "2017 National Champion" banner was unveiled and the Gamecocks' season as reigning National Champions officially began.
As time began to trickle down and UConn's lead continued to grow on Monday night, A'ja Wilson finally saw her South Carolina career come to an end. With just over three minutes left and the Gamecocks down by 31, head coach Dawn Staley took her star senior out for one final time, and although they were in Albany, New York, Wilson got one last ovation for her time in garnet and black. While she sat on the bench with a towel over her face to hide her tears, it really hit Wilson that her collegiate career was over.
Once again, the South Carolina women's basketball team was unable to stop the powerhouse of UConn. But this time, the loss would end the Gamecocks' season as the Huskies got the 94-65 win on Monday night. The defending national champions fell in the Elite Eight, allowing UConn to advance to the Final Four and try to take back the National Championship title.
Once again, the South Carolina women's basketball team made its tournament game a battle from start to finish, but a big second quarter was enough to give the Gamecocks the 79-63 win over Buffalo in the Sweet 16.
The South Carolina women's basketball team is one step closer to being back in the National Championship game as it defeated Virginia 66-56 in the second round of the 2018 NCAA Tournament.
"I'm excited to be moving to the second round after seeing what happened around the basketball world, so let's get started."
She's had her senior night, she's had multiple special moments and "lasts" and had countless reasons to celebrate all season. But Sunday night really will be one last special time for A'ja Wilson, as she'll play her final game at Colonial Life Arena.
The second half wasn't the cleanest, but the South Carolina women's basketball team used an early lead to take the NCAA Tournament opener, 63-52, over North Carolina A&T.
The path to trying to repeat winning the National Championship officially starts on Friday as the South Carolina women's basketball team opens the NCAA Tournament at Colonial Life Arena.
Despite winning the SEC Tournament for the fourth consecutive year, most people knew that the South Carolina women's basketball team would be a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament. The biggest question going into the selection show was where were they going to land. On Monday night, the answer was revealed as the Gamecocks landed in the Albany Regional with the UConn Huskies as the No. 1 seed.