The Daily Gamecock


More from Sports

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.

	Junior goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo is one of three international players on the South Carolina roster, with all three Gamecocks hailing from Canada. South Florida has nine foreign countries represented on its team.

Gamecocks move to No. 18 in poll

No. 18 South Carolina will put its undefeated record on the line Thursday when it takes on South Florida in one of the last remaining matches before SEC play begins. The Gamecocks entered the top-25 of the NSCAA Coaches poll this week for the first time this season after racing out to a 5-0-1 start to the season. The team received even higher praise from Soccer America, landing at No. 9 in the publication’s weekly rankings.

	Freshman Ive Burnett scored the first goal of his career in South Carolina’s last match, netting the Gamecocks’ only score in the team’s 3-1 loss at Coastal Carolina Tuesday.

Men's soccer takes off for New York City

After falling to Coastal Carolina in its first of two straight games against ranked opponents, South Carolina men’s soccer will look to right the ship against No. 12 St. John’s when the team heads to New York City Friday. While a 700-mile road trip to play a top-20 team may seem like a daunting task, coach Mark Berson says there is a method to the madness when scheduling such an opponent.

Men's golf begins season over weekend

The South Carolina men’s golf team finished in 10th place at the Carpet Capital Collegiate tournament Sunday at The Farm Golf Club in Rocky Face, Ga. The Gamecocks ended play Sunday with a three-round score of 888 ( 24). Will Starke, a sophomore from Chapin S.C., was the low scorer for the Gamecocks finishing two under par for three rounds. Starke recorded his second career top-five finish and carded a team best seven birdies in round three.

Heck: Ward to simplify defensive scheme

On Saturday against the Bulldogs, the South Carolina defense was exposed like it hasn’t been in quite some time. Over the past four or five years, the Gamecocks were developing a defense that was comparable to that of other top SEC teams, like Alabama and LSU.

	Sophomore midfielder Bay Daniel found the net for the first time in her career with her 51st-minute goal against the Mustangs.

Gamecocks beat SMU, remain undefeated

South Carolina’s women’s soccer was back in action Sunday, defeating SMU 2-0 to remain undefeated. The Gamecock victory dropped SMU to .500, with three wins and as many losses.