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Women's golf will begin spring season against FSU

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.

Staley to continue as U.S. team assistant

The two coaches who have engineered South Carolina and Connecticut’s hot starts will unite to coach the United States women’s basketball team in the 2016 Olympics, UConn head coach Geno Auriemma announced Monday.

Spurrier adds Hoke to staff

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.

The Gamecocks had no problems whatsoever during Thursday night's 58-35 win against Georgia in Athens. South Carolina will put its undefeated record and No. 1 ranking to the test next Monday night on the road against No. 2 Connecticut. 

Gamecocks handle Georgia with ease

Not allowing the thoughts of a potential No. 1 versus No. 2 showdown with Connecticut next week to creep into its mind, the South Carolina women’s basketball team (22-0, 10-0) defeated another ranked team.

South Carolina defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward and the rest of the Gamecock staff made beefing up South Carolina's defensive line a point of emphasis this past recruiting season. 

Signing day superlatives

It’s been less than a month since Ohio State beat Oregon to bring this past college football season to an end and the start of the 2015 season is still seven months away.