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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.

Staley, Mitchell named finalists for 2 awards

Members of the South Carolina women’s basketball team have earned a number of postseason awards so far for their historic 2013-14 season, but two Gamecocks have the opportunity to add to their resumes on the national stage before all is said and done.

Gamecocks look to impress in Myrtle Beach

After ending the indoor season at the NCAA indoor championship last week, the South Carolina men’s and women’s track teams will begin the outdoor season in Myrtle Beach this weekend at the Shamrock Invitational hosted by Coastal Carolina.

Weather forces football practice indoors

It might be chilly out, but that didn’t keep the Gamecock football team’s spring practices from getting underway. The weather forced the team to move its second practice of the spring indoors on Tuesday.

Gamecocks seek revenge on Golden Gophers

The South Carolina softball team (17-8, 2-4 SEC) hits the field again today to take on the No. 16 Minnesota Golden Gophers (21-3), a team that bested them 11-4 about a month ago in the Arizona State Louisville Slugger Invitational.

Conference struggles continue

Coming off its fourth-consecutive loss to open conference play and fifth-straight loss overall, the South Carolina men’s tennis team has every reason to be dejected.

Martin suspended for public profanity

Athletics Director Ray Tanner announced Thursday that he suspended South Carolina men’s basketball coach Frank Martin for one game because of his actions during Tuesday’s game against Florida.