It was a rough home opener for the South Carolina Gamecocks, as they fell to the Golden Knights from UCF, 4-1, putting their record at 4-2 on the season.
The Gamecock women’s golf team ended the fall season with the best ranking in school history of No. 1 in the country in the GOLFSTAT rankings. A month later, the team was dealt a blow when freshman phenomenon Nanna Madsen announced she would forgo the rest of her eligibility to turn pro.
Returning home after its first loss of the year loss against No. 2 Connecticut, No. 1 South Carolina (22-1, 10-0 SEC) will take on the LSU Tigers (14-9, 8-3 SEC) in the Colonial Life Arena, Thursday night at 7 p.m.
Few teams in the Southeastern Conference have struggled as mightily as South Carolina, which beat Missouri 65-60 Tuesday night, has thus far.
South Carolina’s softball team will host Central Florida in its home opener Wednesday afternoon.
Traveling to Storrs, Connecticut, South Carolina (22-1, 10-0 SEC) competed to keep its undefeated season intact, but failed in doing so, losing 87-62.
30.4 points and 432.7 yards per game later, South Carolina has finally made plans to improve its defense in anticipation of the 2015 season. Gamecock head coach Steve Spurrier formally introduced Jon Hoke as one of South Carolina’s new co-defensive coordinators at a press conference on Monday, also noting that Lorenzo Ward, the Gamecocks’ defensive coordinator since 2009, will also work under the same title as Hoke. The University of South Carolina Board of Trustees approved the hire of Hoke Monday morning.
Here are the starters for the upcoming women's basketball game: No. 1 South Carolina vs. No. 2 UConn.
With spring right around the corner, so is the 2015 softball season.