The Daily Gamecock

Salvatore Costa

Seniors enjoy final home game

Before South Carolina took the field to do battle with the Clemson Tigers, the Gamecocks honored their seniors and players who are deciding whether or not to declare for the NFL Draft.

Louisiana quarterback Zach Mettenberger (8) throws under pressure from Texas Christian's Jonathan Anderson in the second quarter at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on Saturday, August 31, 2013. (Ron T. Ennis/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT)

Upset-minded Auburn travels to Texas A&M

Arkansas @ No. 1 Alabama, Sat. 7 p.m., ESPN/WatchESPN Coming off its 48-7 victory over the Kentucky Wildcats, the Alabama Crimson Tide switches focus to an Arkansas team that suffered a 52-7 home loss to South Carolina last weekend. Alabama’s ground game destroyed a mediocre Kentucky defense last Saturday, accounting for five touchdowns from three different players.

	Junior Mahamoudou Kaba scored his third and fourth goals of the season Tuesday.

Men's soccer earns 2nd straight victory

The lights were on, students stood in a line that ran outside the gate, and the Gamecock men’s soccer team took care of business, winning 3-0 Tuesday night against Presbyterian. South Carolina (4-4-2) jumped out to an early lead in 20th minute when sophomore midfielder Ryan Arambula assisted junior defender Mahamoudou Kaba off a corner kick that connected at the far post.

	Sophomore midfielder Ryan Arambula leads the team in shots, but has not scored

Gamecocks open conference season

The young, battle-tested South Carolina men’s soccer team will travel this Friday to take on a big, physical Charlotte team. Coach Mark Berson said that in the contest, his Gamecocks (2-4-2) will look to convert scoring opportunities, be more aggressive on the offensive side of the ball and work on placing the ball in position for attackers to score.

	Christa Neary earned SEC Defensive Player of the Week honors.

Conference play begins

The No. 17 South Carolina women’s soccer team kicks off its conference schedule Friday against rival Georgia. The Gamecocks (7-0-1), led by senior captain Elizabeth Sinclair, grinded out win after win in their eight-game non-conference lineup. South Carolina has outscored its opponents 14-1 this season, and coach Shelley Smith said she is excited to watch her defense and junior goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo work together and communicate well early on this year.

	Junior midfielder Braeden Troyer sat out the St. John’s game after receiving a red card against Coastal.

Gamecocks fall to top teams

The South Carolina men’s soccer team wrapped up their three-game road trip on Sunday, falling short to Coastal Carolina, No. 12 St. John’s, and Rutgers. South Carolina (2-4-0) was outscored 7-1 in its three-game stretch. Coach Mark Berson said the team fought hard against its opponents, but scheduling and the opposing team’s talent proved to be too much for the Gamecocks.

Gamecocks fall to top teams

Men’s soccer goes 0-3 on road trip The South Carolina men’s soccer team wrapped up their three-game road trip on Sunday, falling short to Coastal Carolina, No.

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.

SC Golf, NCAA Regionals 2013.

Gamecocks to open season ranked No. 20

The South Carolina women’s golf team is set to kick off its much anticipated 2013 season this weekend at the Cougar Classic in Hanahan, S.C. The Gamecocks, ranked No. 20 by Golfweek’s preseason countdown, return from a year in which the team reached its fourth consecutive NCAA Championship finals appearance under coach Kalen Harris.

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