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	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.

	Sophomore shortstop Joey Pankake is among the team leaders in several offensive categories but has also committed 13 errors.

Baseball begins series at Florida tonight

After Joey Pankake hit a walk-off home run that lifted South Carolina to a 6-5 win over The Citadel Tuesday night, coach Chad Holbrook said the sophomore is a gifted player only scratching the surface of his potential.

Jaklin Alawi clinches win on Senior Day

With only a couple of matches remaining before the SEC tournament, South Carolina’s women’s tennis team is picking up steam at a pivotal point in the 2013 campaign. Sunday’s 4-0 win over Ole Miss was South Carolina’s fourth straight victory against conference opponents.

Defense takes over in Saturday scrimmage

In the 11th practice of the spring football season Saturday, the Gamecocks scrimmaged during the latter half of their two-hour session at Williams-Brice Stadium. The results were not as good as coach Steve Spurrier would have liked.