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W. Basketball. Wilson Selected To Wooden Award Late Season Top 20 List

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Basketball — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 11:48 pm February 5, 2018
South Carolina senior forward A'ja Wilson has been named to the Wooden Award Late Season Top 20 List, the Los Angeles Athletic Club announced on ESPNU Monday night.

Football. Wynn Named Director of Football Operations

Filed under: Football, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 8:43 pm
University of South Carolina head football coach Will Muschamp has announced the hiring of George Wynn as Director of Football Operations, it was announced today. Wynn is replacing Robbie Liles, who is pursuing other opportunities outside athletics.

M. Basketball. Gamecocks Face Arkansas On The Road Tuesday

Filed under: M. Basketball, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 6:16 pm
South Carolina concludes a two-game conference road swing on Tuesday when it travels to Arkansas to face the Razorbacks at Bud Walton Arena.

W. Soccer. International Experience Adds to Fisk’s Impressive Resume

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Soccer — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 2:44 pm
Sophomore Grace Fisk recently captained England's U-20 Women's National Team.

Swimming & Diving. South Carolina Wraps Up Competition At VT Invite

Filed under: South Carolina Football, Swimming & Diving — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 1:20 am
South Carolina swimming and diving tallied 11 spots in event A-finals on the final day of the Virginia Tech 'Technotational' for a total of 29 A-final appearances in the three-day competition.

Baseball. Gamecocks Mourn the Passing of Baseball Great Earl Bass

Filed under: Baseball, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 7:15 pm February 4, 2018
University of South Carolina Athletics mourns the passing of Earl Bass, considered by many as the greatest baseball player in Gamecock history.

W. Basketball. Gamecocks on the Road vs. No. 2/2 Mississippi State

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Basketball — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 6:17 pm
No. 7/6 South Carolina continues the toughest eight-day stretch of its season Monday night with the third of three game against top-11 teams in the nation. The Gamecocks (18-4, 7-2 SEC) and #2/2 Mississippi State (23-0, 9-0 SEC) will tipoff from Humphrey Coliseum at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN2.

Swimming & Diving. Gamecock Women Shine at Virginia Tech Meet Saturday

Filed under: South Carolina Football, Swimming & Diving — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 1:45 am
South Carolina swimming totaled 11 entries in A-finals and amassed two individual victories from them in the second day of competition at the Virginia Tech ‘Technotational' on Saturday. The Gamecock women added a win in the 800 free relay and two B-final victories to their collection as well.

Track & Field. Carolina Wins 10 Events Saturday at Liberty

Filed under: South Carolina Football, Track & Field — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 12:29 am
The University of South Carolina track & field team stood tall on Saturday, tallying 10 event wins at the Darius Dixon Memorial Invitational. The Gamecocks led the field in victories at the Liberty University Indoor Track Complex.

M. Basketball. South Carolina falls at Texas A&M, 83-60

Filed under: M. Basketball, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 9:49 pm February 3, 2018
Junior guard Admon Gilder scored 15 points and Texas A&M dominated South Carolina from the start, winning 83-60 on Saturday in Reed Arena. The Aggies (15-8, 4-6 Southeastern Conference) led 49-27 at half, in shooting 63 percent (17 of 27) from the field in the first 20 minutes. The Gamecocks (13-10, 4-6) shot 21.1 percent (8 of 38) in the same span, as A&M blasted to the 22-point lead. A&M finished 29 of 55 from the field, good for 53 percent. Justin Minaya scored 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead the Gamecocks.
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