South Carolina softball hitting coach Matt Lisle is headed to a different Columbia after accepting a coaching position with Missouri baseball.
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The Gamecocks found themselves in a familiar situation on Saturday as they needed to win two straight games to continue their season. Last weekend South Carolina won three in a row, including two against Liberty to advance to the Super Regionals. However, success Saturday was not enough to earn the team a winning spot against Arizona State.
South Carolina’s second ever Super Regional started off on the wrong foot, as the Gamecocks fell 5-2 to Arizona State on Friday after being held without a hit until the seventh inning.
ESPN Analyst Amanda Scarborough gives insight on South Carolina's season before opening SEC Tournament
The South Carolina softball team took its regular season to new heights under strong leadership and key players during the 2018 season.
South Carolina’s offense was in full swing to start its home finale over Charleston Southern on Wednesday night. The Gamecocks scored three runs, two coming off a Mackenzie Boesel home run, en route to a 14-0 win.
South Carolina capitalized on Mississippi State’s constant errors to defeat and sweep the Bulldogs 5-4. This is the first time since 2003 that the Gamecocks have swept three SEC series.
South Carolina allowed an unearned run to score in the top of the first, but quickly made up for it as the team scored six in the bottom half of the inning to beat Mississippi State 8-1 to take yet another SEC series.
South Carolina scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth to beat Mississippi State 5-2 in the series opener and come back for the 11th time this season.
South Carolina’s offense came alive this weekend, scoring 20 runs in the weekend sweep over Missouri. This was the first time ever that the Gamecock softball team has swept the Tigers and the all time series is currently at eight wins apiece.
Cayla Drotar left Friday’s game with a “right leg bruise” after taking a ball off her right knee, but seemed unaffected on Saturday as South Carolina's softball team beat Missouri 8-3 from behind to clinch the series.
South Carolina trailed 3-1 at the top of the fourth inning Friday against Missouri, with much heat added to the competition by the Tigers. However, freshman Kelsey Oh ended the inning with a double play on the next pitch to stop Missouri in their tracks to help the Gamecocks ultimately secure their 6-3 win.
After suffering a frustrating sweep at the hands of Florida this weekend, the South Carolina softball team was ready to regroup against a struggling Campbell team on Wednesday. But the Camels jumped out to an early lead to upset No. 12 South Carolina 3-2.
It appeared that South Carolina was going to suffer its first home series loss of the year to No. 20 Arkansas, but with two outs in the bottom of the sixth in the series finale, the second of a doubleheader on Sunday, the No. 11 Gamecocks changed that prediction with one swing. Krystan White turned a 2-1 deficit into a 3-2 lead for the Gamecocks en route to a 6-2 win and another SEC series win.
South Carolina had just one baserunner after three innings against Arkansas Friday night as it looked like pitching would dominate the game. But in the fourth inning, the Gamecocks capitalized on small opportunities to put together just enough to get the 2-1 win.
On Wednesday night at Beckham Field, the Gamecocks (31-6, 6-3 SEC) got back into the win column with a 5-2 victory over Georgia Southern (21-14).
The Gamecocks softball team could not seem to find its rhythm until the fourth inning against the Furman Paladin's Wednesday night at Carolina Softball Stadium at Beckham Field.
After winning games one and two in dramatic walk-off fashion, the South Carolina softball team made waves with an eight-run third inning en route to a 15-5 win over the Tennessee Lady Vols in five innings.
South Carolina got off to a rocky start Saturday afternoon as the Tennessee Lady Vols lead 4-2 for most of the game, but were unable to capitalize on their opportunities to put the Gamecocks away.
The No. 15 South Carolina softball team mounted a huge, late-inning comeback that would result in the team's second walk-off win of the season, getting the 8-7 win over No. 2 Tennessee.
The South Carolina softball team took on the Ole Miss Rebels this weekend in Mississippi, taking the three-game series with two wins.