The USC women’s tennis team is looking for its third straight win today when the Gamecocks host Mississippi State at 5 p.m.
Freshman pole vaulter Jeffrey Linta finally turned a corner when the South Carolina track team hosted the Gamecock Outdoor Invitational Wednesday afternoon.
With spring weather in full swing in Columbia, USC football took to the practice field again Tuesday. The players seemed to respond well to the warmer climate, garnering praise from coach Steve Spurrier for the team’s first practice of the week.
South Carolina clawed its way to a 9-5 victory over Charleston Southern Tuesday night after tough early innings, earning its fifth consecutive win.
South Carolina men’s swimming team failed to have a single competitor qualify to the NCAA Championships in 2012. This season, the Gamecocks sent five to the event which concluded Saturday.
The two far right courts held most of the drama when USC hosted LSU at the Carolina Tennis Center Sunday. Sophomore Kyle Koch was locked in a tiebreaker to decide the second set of his singles match. Next to him, sophomore Thiago Pinheiro’s match was suspended while his opponent argued with the referee.
Within a week of South Carolina’s exit from the NCAA tournament, coach Dawn Staley briefly considered a new job. Ohio State called USC Athletics Director Ray Tanner last Wednesday to ask for permission to speak with Staley, and a representative called her shortly thereafter.
South Carolina will look to claim the inaugural SEC championship as their own this weekend in Auburn, Ala. For a team that was once No. 1 in the country, the Gamecocks have struggled lately, losing two consecutive meets and five in a row on the road.
Carrying a four-game SEC losing streak into the series opener against Texas A&M, coach Chad Holbrook said Thursday’s contest was not just another game for his South Carolina baseball team, as it looked to get back on a winning track.