Gamecock softball head coach Beverly Smith and players Alyssa VanDerveer and Jordyn Augustus met with media Jan. 25 to discuss the 2018 season. The Gamecocks finished the 2017 season 34-25 with a trip to the regional final of the NCAA tournament. The Gamecocks were record setters last season by finishing with their highest ranking in school history and their fifth consecutive NCAA tournament appearance. Overall, Smith and her team are excited to achieve even more than last year.
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It wasn't long ago Beverly Smith and the South Carolina softball team were fighting for a berth in the SEC Tournament, clinging to the conference's 12th and final spot in Knoxville.
For the first time in 15 years, South Carolina softball defeated the top-ranked team in the country with Friday’s 7-2 victory over No.1/2 Florida State.
South Carolina was the victim of a two-hitter from the No. 2 Florida Gators’ Kelly Barnhill on Saturday afternoon. The Gamecocks' loss today made it their ninth of the season season, falling 13-1 to the Gators.
The South Carolina softball team (19-7, 1-2 SEC) scored seven runs in the third inning Wednesday and that's all it needed to beat USC Upstate, 7-5, and remain undefeated at home this season.
After winning the first game of its seasoning-opening double-header over the Ohio Bobcats, South Carolina continued its strong start to the season with an 8-0 win over the Presbyterian College Blue Hose in five innings.
Jessica Elliott pitched a shutout game for the Gamecocks in their season-opening 10-0 win over the Ohio Bobcats that ended after just five innings, thanks to the mercy rule.
With four straight NCAA Tournament appearances under coach Beverly Smith, the South Carolina softball team is poised for another winning season in 2017.
The South Carolina softball team entered Tuesday’s game hoping to build upon a 7-5 victory over Mississippi on Sunday, but lost to the Georgia Southern Eagles 6-4.
South Carolina's softball team will have a huge opportunity to bolster their resume when they go on the road to face No. 3 Auburn this weekend. The Tigers are built around one of the most potent offenses in the country and average 9.73 runs per game, the best mark in Division I softball.
The South Carolina softball team faced off against Western Carolina on Tuesday night in a defensive battle that the Gamecocks (14-2) won 1-0.
The South Carolina softball team swept the Carolina Classic, taking down UNC Greensboro, Ohio, Longwood and Winthrop.
The South Carolina softball team traveled down to Tampa, Florida, over the weekend to open up the 2016 season in the University of South Florida Wilson DeMarini Tournament. The Gamecocks finished the tournament going 3-1 over the weekend.
The South Carolina Gamecocks, fighting to the last at-bat, found themselves eliminated from the Tallahassee Regionals after a 5-2 loss to the UCF Knights Saturday evening at JoAnne Garf Field. The Gamecocks faced the Knights after a victory against Dartmouth only a couple of hours earlier on Saturday. They paired off against one another earlier in the Regionals, resulting in a 4-1 loss for the Gamecocks.
South Carolina advanced to the second elimination game of the Tallahassee Regional with a 3-1 win over Dartmouth Saturday at JoAnne Garf Field. The Gamecocks came out focused in the first-inning, scoring two on a double by sophomore Victoria Williams and a single by sophomore Kaylea Snear. The lead grew to 3-0 in the second after Williams drilled an RBI single and allowed Alaynie Paige to come home. Strong offense and pitching were the keys for the Gamecocks as they improved to 38-21. Junior Ansley Ard and Williams both tallied hits for the Gamecocks, with Williams supplying a double for the offense. Freshman Tiara Duffy and Paige also combined for a pair of doubles.
The South Carolina Gamecocks gave up three unanswered runs as they fell to the No. 13/14 UCF Knights 4-1 in the opening game of the Tallahassee Regional at the Seminole Softball Complex in Tallahassee, Florida.
With the postseason right around the corner, the South Carolina softball team is trying to capitalize on every remaining opportunity in the regular season, and that starts with this weekend’s upcoming series on the road against Ole Miss.
The Gamecocks travel to Conway, South Carolina to compete against in-state rival, the Chanticleers from Coastal Carolina.