For many students, it can be difficult to balance their social life and fitness life during the school year. Intramural sports at the University of South Carolina gives students an opportunity to accomplish both through one organization.
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Following a 4-11 Western season, the Gamecock equestrian program looks to improve on its 2018-19 record with the help of new assistant coach for the Western Squad, Jennifer McGrath.
Last season, the University of South Carolina women’s soccer team record was 14-6-1 overall and 6-3-1 conference.
SEC Media Days, set to begin on July 15, signals that the college football season is almost here. While there are press conferences, meetings and practices to be had over the next two months, this media event in Birmingham, Alabama is the unofficial start of the college football preseason.
There are plenty of ways to get involved at the University of South Carolina, especially for those who enjoy playing sports. The university offers 56 different club sports, so there are various options for any student looking for something to be a part of. Below are a few club sports the university has to offer.
The end of the spring semester typically marks the beginning of vacation, but for some student athletes, competition continues throughout the summer. For those who weren't around campus for the summer, here's a recap of summer matches and championships.
Since his time at Raytown South High School in Kansas City, Missouri, Quincy Hall has set records.
South Carolina is home to a national championship, and more specifically, Paul Jubb — the man behind the growing success of the Gamecocks men’s tennis program, thanks to his latest victory that gave South Carolina its first national champion in men's tennis.