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Top SEC teams to visit Columbia

For a South Carolina volleyball team that is reeling after dropping its last five SEC matches and losing several key players to injury, a weekend visit from No. 6 Missouri and Alabama must seem like scheduling overkill.

Women's soccer kicks off NCAA campaign

The South Carolina women’s soccer team will begin its march to the College Cup when the Gamecocks host Furman Friday night at 7 p.m. in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

Volleyball looks to right ship

This past weekend was one to forget for the South Carolina volleyball team. Not only did the Gamecocks drop a pair of SEC matches, but coach Scott Swanson announced that setter Kellie McNeil’s season is over, due to a foot injury.

Expectations, injuries doom Gators in 2013

What the heck has happened to Florida? One year after earning an 11-2 record and an appearance in the Sugar Bowl, the Gators are sloshing through a 4-5 season and are in danger of missing out on a bowl game for the first time since the first Gulf War.

	Former USC running back Kenny Miles amassed over 1,300 yards as a Gamecock.

Sheriff: Kenny Miles shot himself

Former Gamecocks running back Kenny Miles shot himself in the forearm in an Irmo office park last week, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said Tuesday. Miles will be charged with filing a false police report and could face jail time or a large fine.

Women's soccer falls to Texas A&M in SEC semifinal

The first 12 minutes of Friday’s SEC Tournament semifinal couldn’t have gone much worse for the South Carolina women’s soccer team. With Texas A&M staked to a two goal advantage, it would have been very easy for the Gamecocks to begin mentally packing their bags for the trip home.

Equestrian upsets No. 2 Auburn on road

Going into Saturday’s meet at Auburn, coach Boo Major and her team were hoping to put together a complete performance. After losses against Georgia and at Texas A&M exposed consistency issues, the Gamecocks needed a win against the Tigers to avoid falling to 0-3 in the SEC.

Women's basketball dominates over weekend

The No. 22 South Carolina women’s basketball team opened its season with a pair of emphatic victories in its first two games, beating Louisiana Tech 68-45 Sunday to cap off a dominant opening weekend of play.

South Carolina dominates Longwood in season opener

Coming into the season, Tyrone Johnson was not supposed to be able to play until next semester. But on Friday, he received an unexpected phone call from coach Frank Martin, who sneakily revealed the news to the junior.

Swimming and Diving team faces LSU

After a bounce back win against East Carolina last week following a disappointing loss to Tennessee two weeks ago, the South Carolina men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will prepare to face off against the LSU Tigers on Saturday at the Carolina Natatorium within Blatt P.E. Center in Columbia.