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Equestrian dominates on Opening Day

Before the start of the season, equestrian coach Boo Major said her team was facing a little bit of an unknown after losing several key starters from last season’s team.

South Carolina drops first game of season

The women’s soccer team turned in its first loss of the season in its Southeastern Conference opener on the road Friday night, losing to Georgia 2-0. The Gamecocks once again controlled possession, but it was Georgia (8-1-0) who was able to capitalize on its opportunities.

	Sophmore midfielder Ryan Arabmula said the morale in the Gamecock locker room has not suffered after losing to Coastal Carolina, St. John’s, and Rutgers in consecutive games.

Men's soccer returns to Columbia

If anyone is glad to be back in Columbia, it is the South Carolina men’s soccer team. The Gamecocks are coming off of three road losses in six days. To make matters worse, South Carolina had lengthy trips to New Jersey and New York after its trip to Coastal Carolina.

Equestrian to rely on veterans

Coming off of last season’s SEC championship, the South Carolina equestrian team is facing something of an unknown this season. The Gamecocks lost two starters from last season’s Hunt Seat squad, including Kimberly McCormack, who won 17 rides last season. On the Western side of things, South Carolina lost three starters from last year’s Reining team.

	Christa Neary earned SEC Defensive Player of the Week honors.

Conference play begins

The No. 17 South Carolina women’s soccer team kicks off its conference schedule Friday against rival Georgia. The Gamecocks (7-0-1), led by senior captain Elizabeth Sinclair, grinded out win after win in their eight-game non-conference lineup. South Carolina has outscored its opponents 14-1 this season, and coach Shelley Smith said she is excited to watch her defense and junior goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo work together and communicate well early on this year.

	Junior midfielder Braeden Troyer sat out the St. John’s game after receiving a red card against Coastal.

Gamecocks fall to top teams

The South Carolina men’s soccer team wrapped up their three-game road trip on Sunday, falling short to Coastal Carolina, No. 12 St. John’s, and Rutgers. South Carolina (2-4-0) was outscored 7-1 in its three-game stretch. Coach Mark Berson said the team fought hard against its opponents, but scheduling and the opposing team’s talent proved to be too much for the Gamecocks.

Gamecocks fall to top teams

Men’s soccer goes 0-3 on road trip The South Carolina men’s soccer team wrapped up their three-game road trip on Sunday, falling short to Coastal Carolina, No.

South Carolina offense carries team Saturday

If you take special teams out of the equation, South Carolina played one of its more impressive games in recent memory Saturday. For the students that decided to stay, they got to see the Gamecocks rack up nearly 579 yards of offense and 31 first downs.

Basketball student section to have new name

Students, if you were ever at a basketball game and thought of a clever name for the student section that you think is better than the “Garnet Army”, now is the time to make your voice heard.

Clowney receives help from teammates

After South Carolina’s week two loss at Georgia, junior defensive end Jadeveon Clowney’s exasperation with opponents’ running plays to his opposite side seemed to evidently boil over in the post-game press conference.