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Things needed in 2015 - Sports

Arden Key to make up his mind At first glance, you may wonder whether or not South Carolina really needs an 18-year-old kid who has decommitted from the program twice and refers to himself as a “Walking Legend” on Twitter.

McCaskill named to initial U-20 team

South Carolina women’s soccer’s reigning Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year Savannah McCaskill received an invitation to join the United States Under-20 Women’s National Team Camp, U.S.

Recruiting help on the way despite decommitments

South Carolina’s recruiting class is bleeding. A 7-6 season had recruits worried, but a comment by head coach Steve Spurrier saying that he planned to be around for “two or three more [years]” sent recruits into a state of panic.

Golfers honor fallen soldiers

Honoring fallen United States soldiers represents a small fraction of University of South Carolina students’ plans for winter break. Junior Will Starke and sophomore Ben Dietrich would have to be included in that figure, however, as the two members of South Carolina’s men’s golf team participated in the Patriot All-America Invitational to close out the 2014 calendar year. Starke and Dietrich finished up the tournament shooting a 77 (+7) and a 78 (+8), respectively, but participating in an event that recognizes fallen U.S.

Men's basketball notebook: USC vs. No. 9 Iowa St.

As the final horn sounded and several Gamecock players ran around with their arms in the air, it was easy to tell how big the team’s 64-60 upset victory over No. 9 Iowa State at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn meant to the South Carolina men’s basketball program.