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Men's tennis set to face strong nonconference foes

With conference play looming just a few weeks away, the No. 26 South Carolina men’s tennis team will travel to the heart of ACC country this weekend to battle No. 20 Wake Forest on Friday and No. 35 North Carolina State on Sunday.

Women set to battle Bulldogs on road

The women’s basketball team will travel to Mississippi State on Thursday in South Carolina’s first game since it claimed first place in the SEC over the weekend.

Swim falls in final meet

13 blue and orange national championship banners, displayed next to 23 SEC championship banners greeted the South Carolina swim and dive team as it arrived in Auburn this past weekend.

Women's tennis goes 1-1 against top-50 teams

The women’s tennis team got back in action this weekend against two formidable opponents in 44th-ranked VCU and 14th-ranked UVA. The No. 33 Gamecocks took care of business against Virginia Commonwealth and got their first big win of the season in a matchup that went 4-3.

No. 17 South Carolina earns weekend sweep

The South Carolina men’s tennis team finished its weekend on a high note with a Sunday sweep over No. 56 Middle Tennessee State and Wofford at the USC Field House, rebounding from a 4-2 defeat at Georgia Tech on Friday.

South Carolina's Brenton Williams, left, drives against Louisiana State's Anthony Hickey in the second half at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, S.C., on Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014. LSU won, 71-68. (C. Michael Bergen/The State/MCT)

Gamecocks lose rematch against Rebels

South Carolina was riding high heading into its rematch at Ole Miss Saturday. The Gamecocks were fresh off their first conference win and eager to challenge a Rebel team that they lost to by a single point earlier in the season.

Gamecocks open two-game home stand

South Carolina outlasted No. 16 Vanderbilt on the road Sunday, which enabled tthe Gamecocks to grab a share of Texas A&M’s SEC lead after the Aggies fell to No. 10 Tennessee. And with South Carolina’s remaining opponents owning a 27-36 in-conference record thus far, the Gamecocks have a chance to control their own destiny.

Men still searching for 1st SEC win

When South Carolina took on Texas A&M earlier this month, the Gamecocks charged out of the gates, finishing the first half with a lead behind a dominant rebounding performance.