The Southeastern Conference announced on Tuesday that it will cancel all spring sports competitions and championships due to COVID-19 concerns. This ends the season for many Gamecocks sports, including baseball and softball.
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After several sports leagues in the United States elected to either cancel or suspend their games due to coronavirus concerns, the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) decided to cancel its national championship tournament, ending South Carolina club hockey’s season.
South Carolina athletic director Ray Tanner held a press conference Friday night in the Founders Park regarding issues surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it will affect Gamecock athletics.
The South Carolina Gamecocks (18-12) defeated the Mississippi State Bulldogs (19-11) 83-71 in their last regular season home game.
The South Carolina baseball team was on the road Tuesday, playing against Furman at Fluor Field, and South Carolina came away with a 3-1 win.
The Gamecocks closed out their regular season with a 60-52 win over the Texas A&M Aggies, finishing the season undefeated in the SEC.
Over the weekend, the South Carolina baseball team faced off against Clemson. In the three-game series, both South Carolina and Clemson hosted one game while the neutral site game was set at Segra Park, home of the Columbia Fireflies.
With the NFL draft right around the corner, 337 prospects were invited to Indianapolis to perform in the NFL scouting combine in hopes of impressing teams before the draft on April 23. Among those NFL hopefuls are five former Gamecocks: Javon Kinlaw, Bryan Edwards, D.J. Wonnum, Rico Dowdle and Joseph Charlton.
South Carolina women’s basketball defeated Florida 100-67 to extend their current win streak to 22 games. It is the third time this season that the Gamecocks have reached the century mark in points.
The South Carolina Gamecock men's basketball team won 94-90 in overtime against the Georgia Bulldogs behind sophomore forward Alanzo Frink’s career high 22-point game Wednesday.
The Gamecock club lacrosse team is undefeated after winning its first nine games. The team has won by a margin of 6.8 goals each game and scored a season high 21 goals against LSU in Baton Rouge.
The South Carolina Gamecock softball team earned its sixth straight victory with a 5-3 win over Georgia Southern. The No. 16 Gamecocks haven't lost a game since Feb. 15, where they fell to Washington 5-4 during the 2020 St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Hayden Hurst opened up last week about his depression and how it led to his suicide attempt four years ago while he was a student at South Carolina.
Gamecock football head coach Will Muschamp opened the press conference Feb. 25 by expressing his satisfaction with the offseason. Muschamp said that while there is still work to be done, many improvements have been made.
In the final game of a weekend series, the South Carolina baseball team faced off against the Northwestern Wildcats at Founders Park and lost 4-3.
Since South Carolina and Clemson squared off on the baseball diamond for the first time in 1989, they have played a neutral site game in just three cities: Charleston, Greenville and Omaha. On Saturday, Feb. 29, there will be a new location for the neutral site game: Segra Park.
Dawn Staley and the women’s basketball team improved to 26-1 tonight after defeating the LSU tigers 63-48.
The South Carolina baseball team came away with a 14-3 victory over the Presbyterian Blue Hose during a cold, wet and rainy contest.
The No. 1 South Carolina women's basketball team shut down Vanderbilt 95-44 on Monday night. The Gamecocks are first in the SEC and third in the nation in scoring margin with +26.6.
The 2020 Major League Baseball season is now underway after spring training games began on Feb. 21. Heading into the season, there will be seven former South Carolina Gamecocks suiting up for their respective teams.