The 2017 women's soccer squad was the first team to secure a spot in the Women's College Cup in November 2017.
The Gamecock football and track and field programs received new facilities in 2019.
The 2015 removal of the Confederate flag from South Carolina Statehouse grounds led to economic growth with the NCAA lifting its ban against pre-selected NCAA Tournament championships to be hosted in South Carolina.
After the 2017 season, head coach Mark Kingston came in to lead the South Carolina baseball program.
With their success in the garnet and black over the past four years, the Gamecocks are well represented in four major professional sports leagues.
South Carolina claimed its first national championship in 2017 and looks forward to 2019 with the No. 1 recruiting class.
Following a 3-9 season and a loss to The Citadel at home, South Carolina hired Will Muschamp to lead the Gamecocks on the football field.
The No. 14 South Carolina softball team lost 6-4 to No. 15 Georgia after a late offensive battle that went in favor of the Bulldogs (35-16, 8-12 SEC) on Saturday at Beckham Field.