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USC finishes 2nd at SEC Championship

The South Carolina men’s golf team finished second to Alabama at the 2013 SEC Championship held this weekend in St. Simons Island, Ga. The team was two strokes away from winning the program’s first SEC title, and a school record was set for the lowest 54-hole SEC Championship score.


	Sophomore Thiago Pinheiro rallied to win his match’s second and third sets to help the Gamecocks advance to the second round of the SEC Tournament.

Men’s tennis falls to Florida

Ranked 17th in the nation, the South Carolina men’s tennis team’s expectations entering last weekend’s SEC tournament were as high as they have ever been, according to coach Josh Goffi.


Women’s tennis prepares for tournament

As the No. 8 seed Gamecocks prepare to transition from their regular season finale into the start of the SEC Tournament against ninth-seeded Ole Miss, Katerina Popova is looking forward to showing her opponents just how aggressive she can be.


USC defeats College of Charleston

In No. 21 South Carolina’s first action since being swept at Florida over the weekend, coach Chad Holbrook said it was important for his team to get back on a winning track.


	USC pitcher Julie Sarratt allowed just five hits and two runs in the Gamecocks’ loss to Georgia on Sunday.

Softball drops home games against Bulldogs

Softball coach Beverly Smith passed along simple advice to pitcher Julie Sarratt. The result was one of Sarratt’s best outings of the season against Georgia. But it wasn’t enough for South Carolina, as the Gamecocks lost their last two games of the series. Heading into Sunday’s finale, the series was tied at 1-1. South Carolina won the opener 6-2 but dropped Saturday’s contest 7-6. USC has lost all five of its SEC series this season.


	Senior Harry Menzies clenched the Gamecocks’ men’s tennis victory against No. 8 Kentucky 4–3 this weekend.

Men's tennis wins regular season finale

South Carolina men’s tennis ended its regular season in inspiring fashion Sunday, as senior and former walk-on Harry Menzies clinched the win on Senior Day against No. 8 Kentucky with a gritty rally to earn the 4-3 victory.


Clowney participant in annual trick play

With the spring football season coming to a close after Saturday’s Garnet and Black Spring Game, coach Steve Spurrier said that while spring practices are important for younger players, he does not overvalue the practice time in the spring.


Offense dominates in annual spring game

Coming into the spring, running back Mike Davis was competing with Brandon Wilds for the starting job. In the annual Garnet and Black spring game, Davis racked up 40 yards and one touchdown on just two carries to help lead the Black team to a 44-30 victory over the Garnet.


Men’s tennis prepares for top-20 teams

As the No. 22 South Carolina men’s tennis team gears up for its final two matches before the SEC tournament, coach Josh Goffi is making it clear to his team that this weekend’s contests are among the most significant it will play all year.