Many football players leave the sport completely after they finish playing. But former South Carolina linebacker DeVonte Holloman is staying involved with football by coaching at his high school, where his football career began.
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Some athletes end their careers after high school because of an injury or because the sport isn’t offered at a collegiate level. This was the case for gymnasts at the University of South Carolina until last year.
After South Carolina women's basketball beat Florida this past Sunday, the Gamecocks will look to get their 10th-straight win over the Kentucky Wildcats on Thursday night for their second matchup of the season.
Senior softball pitcher Dixie Raley has experienced major growth throughout her time as a Gamecock, and she now is transitioning into her last season at South Carolina.
Under dangling lights, in front flashing cameras down a red carpet and on a dance floor filled with music, 182 guests experienced a prom of their own on Friday: Night to Shine.
As the Gamecocks' season has progressed, South Carolina has found strength in senior forward Chris Silva.
As the Gamecocks found strength in senior forward Chris Silva Tuesday night, their inconsistency and young talent did not withstand the No. 1 Volunteers.
South Carolina shot putter Eric Favors has always had a passion for track and field. He even decided to put being a football player on the back burner to pursue his goals in the throwing circle.
The South Carolina men's and women's swimming and diving teams will open their seasons against Wingate, UNC-Wilmington and Queens University Friday and Saturday.
One of the most recognizable faces of South Carolina women's basketball has joined SEC Network and will analyze the sport that led her to become the 2018 WNBA Rookie of the Year.
South Carolina women's basketball has dominated in SEC play with three wins and new talent stepping up throughout this season's progression.
Three South Carolina football players announced that they will be returning for their senior seasons as Gamecocks in 2019.
While several Gamecocks will get another season to wear garnet and black, one senior who had a challenging career with an injury said goodbye to his five-year South Carolina football career.
South Carolina’s offense found itself in a scoreless game against Virginia on Saturday in the 2018 Belk Bowl.
As South Carolina players piled on the bus to meet their next opponent, the Gamecocks often would plug headphones in their ears and get into a "zone." But former running back Marcus Lattimore looked out the window and saw a bigger picture.
Plagued by injuries and facing a dominating defense, South Carolina fell to No.2 Clemson for the fifth consecutive year. The 56-35 loss for the Gamecocks marks just the third time a team has won five straight games in the rivalry.
South Carolina found its strength on offense against UNC-Greensboro Friday night during the start of the NCCA Tournament at Stone Stadium. The Gamecocks won 3-1 to advance to the second round of the tournament.
Three Gamecocks received recognition on Monday for their accomplishments in the post and current season.
After losing standout A'ja Wilson to the WNBA, South Carolina will look to establish a new approach to developing a dominating offense.
After taking a loss to Texas A&M to end conference play, the women's soccer team will face the Aggies again on Tuesday during the SEC Tournament.