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Gamecocks cruise past Bucknell

Baseball earns 2 dominant wins to open season After postponing Friday’s season opener due to unfavorable weather, the Gamecocks got their 2014 campaign underway with a doubleheader Saturday.


Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Michael Sam, center, on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014, became the most prominent, and apparently the first, active male athlete on the major U.S. sports scene to publicly disclose that he's gay. Sam is seen during a college football game against Vanderbilt in this October 5, 2013, file photo. (David Eulitt/Kansas City Star/MCT)

Sam could be NFL's first openly gay player

The South Carolina men’s basketball team has struggled this season, to say the least. With a 1-9 SEC record, the Gamecocks aren’t coming out of the league basement anytime soon, as has been the case the last few years.


Women earn 3rd place in NYC

The South Carolina track and field team took part in the Armory Collegiate Invitational this past weekend in New York City. The No. 15 women’s team was particularly impressive, finishing third overall in a meet where more than 60 teams competed.


Equestrian dispatches No. 6 Georgia

From an outsider’s perspective, Saturday’s equestrian meet between No. 1 South Carolina and No. 6 Georgia had a clear favorite, even if the meet was in Athens, Ga. The Gamecocks were the top-ranked team in the country and had won their last three matchups.


Gamecocks sweep doubleheader

Fresh off a win just days before, the South Carolina women’s tennis increased its current win streak to three when it won both matchups Sunday in a doubleheader against Charleston Southern and Davidson.


Men's basketball loses big at Tennessee

Leading up to Saturday’s contest at Tennessee, men’s basketball coach Frank Martin was concerned that his young team would be outmatched by the Volunteers’ size and experience. And to his own chagrin, the coach was right.


Men's basketball loses big at Tennessee

Leading up to Saturday’s contest at Tennessee, men’s basketball coach Frank Martin was concerned that his young team would be outmatched by the Volunteers’ size and experience. And to his own chagrin, the coach was right.


Softball starts 2014 season at home

Bouncing around the bottom floor of the brand new softball stadium, laughing and chatting away, the women of South Carolina softball are full of new life and energy.


Gamecocks race off to Big Apple

The bright lights of New York will be fixed on the Gamecocks this weekend as the track and field team competes against more than 100 universities in the Armory Collegiate Invitational.


Men's basketball falls to Auburn

Despite 29 points from senior Brenton Williams and recovering from a 16-point deficit, South Carolina let victory slip from its fingers once again against Auburn Wednesday night.