The Gamecocks men's soccer team failed to capitalize on opportunities against No. 2 Wake Forest on Tuesday night, ultimately resulting in a loss.
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The South Carolina Gamecocks have the opportunity to turn their offense around after a tough loss to Texas A&M on Saturday.
Many South Carolina students entered this football anticipating another year of growth.
For the second week in a row, South Carolina will be playing a crucial conference game at Williams-Brice Stadium that could help shape the rest of the season.
The South Carolina Gamecocks (3-2, 2-2 SEC) will take on the Texas A&M Aggies (4-2, 2-1 SEC) on Oct. 13 at Williams-Brice Stadium, but the game will not be the only event taking place on George Rogers Boulevard.
Fans piled into the seats of Colonial Life Arena’s lower bowl Friday evening as the University of South Carolina basketball programs returned to the court for Gamecock Tipoff.
The Gamecocks equestrian secured their first win of the season against the No. 2 Georgia team in Blythewood Saturday.
The stakes were high for backup quarterback Michael Scarnecchia as he endured a rain storm and the pressure of his first collegiate start to lead South Carolina to an SEC victory.
As South Carolina and Missouri dueled back and forth amidst a deluge of rain and lightning to decide who would emerge victorious, the game ultimately came down to the leg of South Carolina’s kicker, and he followed through for the Gamecocks.
In a 37-35 win Saturday against Missouri, South Carolina took the lead in the series, now up five wins to four against the Tigers.
The South Carolina football team has found itself in a rut after not meeting preseason expectations. Now, it's obvious to both fans and head coach Will Muschamp that the Gamecocks have lost sight of the core skills needed to win a game.
After a longer than expected hiatus from Williams-Brice Stadium, the Gamecocks will finally play in front of their own fans.
Women’s soccer player Ryan Gareis, a Chicago native, relies on her family for support more than ever as she balances her athletics commitments and academics.
As the calendar turns to October and the weather begins to shift to the lower end of the thermometer, the NBA off-season comes to a close, with teams starting to get back into the swing of things as the preseason begins.
For some South Carolina graduates, tailgating is a chance to relive college memories through alongside family before games at Williams-Brice Stadium.
South Carolina basketball fans have the opportunity to participate in something new as both the men's and women's teams join together for a new tradition.
Other than the game itself, tailgating is the highlight of game day in Columbia. Regardless of where you set up your party, it’s a necessary part of the atmosphere at Williams-Brice Stadium.
As the Gamecocks enter week six of the season and the thick of their SEC schedule begins, injuries are mounting up for Will Muschamp’s squad.
In a game that seems to have never really started for South Carolina, the Gamecocks put out a disappointing effort in a 24-10 loss to the then 17th-ranked Kentucky Wildcats.
The Gamecock soccer programs held back-to-back matches this weekend in Columbia, with the women’s squad defeating No. 23 Auburn 3-0 on Friday and the men’s team falling to No. 7 Kentucky 2-1 on Saturday at Stone Stadium.