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Women’s basketball claims in-state clash

Another game, another blowout win for the South Carolina women’s basketball team. the No. 19/14 Gamecocks dispatched Clemson 68-43 Wednesday for South Carolina’s fifth 20-plus-point win in as many games this season.

California dreaming

The South Carolina women’s soccer team will look to continue its dream season Thursday when the Gamecocks travel to Los Angeles to take on the Stanford Cardinal. The match is a second-round tie in the NCAA Tournament.

S.C. bragging rights up for grabs

After opening the season with four consecutive home games, South Carolina women’s basketball is leaving the confines of Colonial Life Arena to embark on a three-game road trip.

Gamecocks' SEC hopes rest with Ole Miss

Earlier this week, students got an email reminding us to request tickets for the remaining home games against Coastal Carolina and Clemson. In that same email, students were offered a chance to apply for discounted SEC Championship game tickets.

Martin ready to face alma mater

South Carolina’s men’s basketball team is off to a 1-2 start and will face coach Frank Martin’s alma mater, Florida International, Sunday at 1 p.m.

Volleyball falls again over weekend

The volleyball team had a tough go of it this past weekend, dropping matches against Alabama (3-0) and undefeated No. 6 Missouri (3-0). Despite not winning a single set against the Crimson Tide, coach Scott Swanson’s team showed they still have some fight in them after losing the first two sets by only two points against a group that, on paper, was supposed to win anyways. Juliette Thévenin had another career day, recording her eighth double-double of the season with 18 kills and 11 blocks. Dessaa Legros added another 10 kills while Jacgy Angermiller did her part at the net, tallying four blocks on the day.

South Carolina dispatches Seton Hall

It looked like South Carolina women’s basketball team would face its first test of the season Sunday against Seton Hall. But a sluggish first half for the Gamecocks gave way to the dominant showing fans are used to, as South Carolina went on to win 88-67.

Women's soccer rolls over Furman in opening round

When junior keeper Sabrina D’Angelo was knocked over clearing a routine dump-in in the 14th minute, South Carolina hadn’t recorded a shot and the match had been played primarily in the Gamecocks’ defensive half. Despite the no-call, the SEC Defensive Player of the Year stood up quickly, as did the rest of her teammates.