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South Carolina women’s soccer won its home opener against Missouri 4-1 on a rainy Sunday afternoon to move to 1-1 (1-1 SEC). The Gamecocks went down early after they gave up a goal on a direct free kick just outside the box but equalized before halftime and scored 3 points after the break to make it four straight and come away with the win.
With gyms closed for long periods of time due to the coronavirus pandemic and home gym equipment being expensive and difficult to assemble, some people’s personal fitness might have taken a hit during quarantine. Now that classes have begun and students are back on campus, Group X is providing structure to students’ personal fitness efforts.
The University of South Carolina football program, led by head coach Will Muschamp, decided to cancel all football operations for Monday, Aug. 31 to focus its efforts on an on-campus demonstration for racial justice. The women's soccer program and the football team protested on Greene Street all wearing "'matter' is the minimum" shirts, inspired by redshirt junior quarterback Jay Urich’s sign from the football team’s first march outside the governor’s mansion in early June.
Having the opportunity to play at home in front of loyal fans and in a familiar environment is a widely regarded advantage in sports, but how advantageous is it, really?
South Carolina football head coach Will Muschamp held a teleconference to give an update on the state of his program in light of the unusual circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic Monday.
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.
South Carolina women’s basketball defeated Auburn 79-53 to remain undefeated in conference play on Thursday night. The Gamecocks also move to 12-0 at home and extend their win streak to 18 straight games.
South Carolina men’s basketball continued their uneven play in an 84-70 loss on the road to Ole Miss. The loss snapped a three-game conference win streak. Ole Miss moves to 11-11(2-7 SEC) on the season.
With a client base ranging from students to NFL athletes playing in the Super Bowl, Chosen Uno Training founder Steadman Rogers frequently works out with high-profile Gamecock football players between classes.
For the fourth-straight year, South Carolina football has a top-20 recruiting class. After a 4-8 season record and no bowl appearance, head coach Will Muschamp reshaped the team's coaching staff in addition to signing the No. 16 recruiting class.
There have been many greats to represent the Gamecocks on the football field and leave their mark on the program. As challenging as it is to determine who the greatest of all time are, these are some of the most distinguished players South Carolina has seen.
South Carolina men’s basketball defeated George Washington 74-65 at home Sunday to end a two-game skid. Head coach Frank Martin’s team is now 5-1 on the season at home.
South Carolina women’s soccer defeated Kansas at home 2-0 to advance to the fourth round of the NCAA tournament. The team has yet to concede a goal in three tournament games.
The South Carolina women’s soccer team advanced to the third round of the NCAA tournament Friday night after a 1-0 victory over Notre Dame at Stone Stadium. The team has yet to allow a goal over five games of combined SEC and NCAA Tournament play.
The Gamecock men's basketball team kicked its season off Oct. 30 at Colonial Life Arena with an exhibition against the Columbia International Rams. The Gamecocks started the year with an 87-50 win.
South Carolina football fell to Texas A&M 30-6 Saturday, moving to 4-7 and 3-5 in the SEC.
South Carolina women’s basketball notched its third win of the season in a 75-49 defeat of Dayton on the road. The team went on an 18-to-one run to close out the first quarter, built a 16-point lead and never looked back.
The South Carolina women's soccer team looks to have another strong showing in the NCAA tournament as it tries to make it to its second College Cup in three years and its first since 2017.
South Carolina women’s soccer advanced to the semifinals of the SEC tournament after a 1-0 victory over No. 6 seed Georgia. The Gamecocks came out on top in a close game to notch their second win of the year against the Bulldogs.
South Carolina women's soccer clinched an undefeated SEC conference schedule at 7-0-3 and moves to 13-1-3 on the year with a 2-0 defeat of the Auburn Tigers.