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Baseball resumes conference play Friday

Freshman starting pitcher Wil Crowe has built a team-leading 5-0 record in his first year with the South Carolina baseball team and, according to head coach Chad Holbrook, he’s well on his way to a spot on the Freshman All-America team.

Baseball shuts out Coastal Carolina

Sophomore Evan Beal took the mound for the first time this season in Wednesday night’s 4-0 win over Coastal Carolina. For Beal, it was the final step in a long road to recovery after sitting out parts of preseason practice and the regular season due to a lingering back problem.

Women advance to Sweet 16

The South Carolina women’s basketball team (29-4, 14-2 SEC) continued its dominance of the Stanford region Tuesday night, thrashing Oregon State 78-69 in the second round of the NCAA women’s tournament.

Softball sweeps Furman

South Carolina’s softball team ended its cold streak on a cold night after sweeping in-state rival Furman Tuesday night.

Gamecocks brave weather, beat Cougars

It was a chilly night Tuesday when the South Carolina baseball team took on the College of Charleston. But the Gamecocks didn’t seem to mind the cold as they cruised to a 4-2 victory over the Cougars.

Gamecocks host in-state rivals

Two days after losing its first series of the season, No. 2 South Carolina will return home to the friendly confines of Carolina Stadium to open up a six-game home stand.

Men's tennis earns first SEC wins

This weekend, the South Carolina’s men’s tennis team captured two victories to get it back on track in the SEC. Wins against Alabama on Friday and Auburn Sunday put the Gamecocks at 4-2 in the SEC and provided a spark of positive momentum.

Baseball avoids sweep at Kentucky

In its first road trip of the season over the weekend, the South Carolina baseball team would find itself longing for the comforts of home after dropping its first series of the season at Kentucky.

Fans to send off women's basketball team

Before the South Carolina women’s basketball team embarks on their trip to Seattle for the first round of the NCAA tournament, Cocky, the Gamecock cheerleaders and the band will send them off from the entrance of the Carolina Coliseum. The team is scheduled to leave from the Elephant Room of the Carolina Coliseum on Park Street at 5 p.m.

Reginald Young poses for a portrait at the Houston Food Bank on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, in Houston. ( J. Patric Schneider / For the Chronicle )

Track stars realize American dream

Collegiate track in the U.S. gives host to a number of international students looking for alternative culture and a higher level of competition. USC is no different, boasting a long history of successful athletes born and raised on foreign soil.