The Southeastern Conference announced Friday that “voluntary in-person athletics” may resume on June 8 at the preference of each SEC school. This comes after the NCAA approved resuming athletic activities in football and men’s and women’s basketball on Wednesday.
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The future of the 2020-21 football season in the NFL and NCAA is up in the air due to COVID-19 concerns, and the NFL’s Canadian counterpart is already feeling the effects on its football season.
The class of 2020 has seen its women's basketball team make three NCAA tournament appearances, win three SEC Tournament titles and win the NCAA women's basketball title for the first time in school history, all under the guidance of head coach Dawn Staley.
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.
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.
South Carolina women’s soccer player Samantha Chang is set to compete in the 2020 CONCACAF Women's U-20 Championship with the Canadian U-20 women’s national team from Feb. 22 to Mar. 8 in the Dominican Republic.
The South Carolina baseball team picked up its first series win of the season in part of sophomore right-handed pitcher Brett Kerry’s career-high 12 strikeouts when the Gamecocks beat Holy Cross 9-4 Saturday at Founders Park.
Athletes often talk about the heart it takes to succeed at their sport, but for senior swimmer Christina Lappin, it was her heart that provided the greatest obstacle.
The No.1 South Carolina women’s basketball team remains undefeated in SEC play after a 69-48 defeat of No. 22 Tennessee, the biggest win over the Lady Vols in program history, on Sunday afternoon at Colonial Life Arena.
For many young athletes around the world, being able to leave a mark on the sport you love is an unimaginable dream. For South Carolina club hockey head coach Allan Sirois, this unimaginable dream became reality with his Hall of Fame career in the ECHL, formerly known as the East Coast Hockey League.
The South Carolina club hockey team (16-1-1, 12-1 conference) picked up another win in South Eastern Collegiate Hockey Conference (SECHC) play with a 5-1 victory over the Auburn Tigers (14-4-2, 13-3 conference) Friday night at the Plex in Irmo.
The South Carolina club hockey team (15-1-1, 11-1 SECHC) continued play in the Southeastern Collegiate Hockey Conference (SECHC) with an 8-3 win over the Georgia Ice Dawgs (12-8-2, 11-6 SECHC) Saturday night at the Plex in Irmo.
The No. 1 South Carolina women’s basketball team remains undefeated in conference play after defeating the Missouri Tigers 78-45 Thursday night at Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Missouri.
The University of South Carolina board of trustees approved the sale of alcoholic beverages at South Carolina sporting events Dec. 17, 2019. This approval went into effect Jan. 1. Alcohol will be available for purchase at Colonial Life Arena, Williams-Brice Stadium and Founders Park.
South Carolina quarterback Jake Bentley announced on Twitter Monday that he will enter the NCAA transfer portal and will not return to the Gamecocks for the 2020 season.
As Nov. 30's matchup with No. 3 Clemson approaches, The Daily Gamecock caught up with Clemson's student newspaper, The Tiger. The sports editor at The Tiger, Ryan Donahue, discussed this year's Palmetto Bowl.
University of South Carolina President Bob Caslen told the Florence Morning News that South Carolina athletic director Ray Tanner talked with Florida State on how it managed its former head football coach Willie Taggart's buyout when the Seminoles fired him earlier this season.
Every game day, thousands of South Carolina fans dress in their beloved colors of garnet and black, make the voyage to Columbia and pack into stadiums. Due to consistent fan loyalty, the Gamecocks lead NCAA Division I schools in attendance numbers.
The student game day experience generally reaches only a few people: Current students and alumni.