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Gamecocks lose 4-star recruit

A prize recruit in South Carolina’s 2014 recruiting class, defensive end Dante Sawyer, will be headed to junior college instead of Columbia for his freshman season.


Men seek revenge against UGA

With less than five minutes to play and the game tied at 55, the Gamecocks watched Michael Qualls grab the last points of his 20-point effort — a three that gave Arkansas the lead for good.


Men's golf begins drive to SEC championship

This weekend The South Carolina men’s golf team will kick off its spring season beginning Friday at the Bayou City Collegiate Championship golf tournament in Humble, Texas where the team will face off against 14 other schools, including the second-ranked Texas Longhorns, winners of the 2012 National Championship.


Baseball off to perfect 4-0 start

A double down the third base line by Conner Bright that plated teammate Grayson Greiner proved to be all that the No. 5 Gamecocks needed to power past Presbyterian College, as they picked up their fourth win of the season Tuesday, 4-0.


Gamecocks look to sweep ‘Cats

The last time No. 4 South Carolina squared off against No. 15 Kentucky, it came in a top-10 showdown at Colonial Life Arena that the Gamecocks used to propel into conference play.


The last line of defense

Gamecock fans should expect a variety of names to contribute in the outfield this season on the South Carolina baseball team.


Several spots left to fill in pitching rotation

The South Carolina baseball team’s pitching staff last season took the nation as well as themselves by surprise. But as quickly as they burst onto the scene, they were gone, with the likes of Nolan Belcher, Tyler Webb and Adam Westmoreland graduating out of the program.


Gamecocks win 2nd in a row

After South Carolina sacrificed a 12-point second-half lead, sophomore Mindaugas Kacinas and freshman Sindarius Thornwell emerged to save the Gamecocks’ day, as they helped beat Alabama 67-66 on Saturday.


Baseball sweeps Bucknell to open season

While the rest of Columbia was thawing out after an uncharacteristically icy week, the South Carolina baseball team was coming out of the gates hot with a three-game sweep of Bucknell to open the season.