W. Equestrian. Gamecocks Continue Regular Season at SMU

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Equestrian — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- @ 3:17 pm February 2, 2018
The University of South Carolina equestrian team resumes its regular-season campaign Saturday against SMU. The matchup begins at 9:30 a.m. CT at the Dallas Equestrian Center in Dallas, Texas.

Baseball. Baseball Single-Game Tickets on Sale; Promotions Schedule Released

Filed under: Baseball, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- @ 3:02 pm
Single-game tickets for the University of South Carolina baseball home games are on sale as of Friday morning (Feb. 2).

W. Basketball. No. 7 Gamecocks Fall To No. 1 UConn 83-58 Thursday

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Basketball — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- @ 3:11 am
Kia Nurse scored 23 points and Katie Lou Samuelson added 20 as No. 1 UConn powered past defending national champ South Carolina 83-58 on Thursday night. The Huskies opened things up early to lead 53-24 at the half on their way to a 21-0 start for the fourth time in five seasons. They extended their NCAA mark with their 48th straight road win and, if anyone needed more evidence, marked themselves the clear favorite for another NCAA title. No. 7 South Carolina (18-4) fell to 0-6 all-time against UConn and 0-15 in program history against No. 1 teams.

W. Tennis. No. 19 South Carolina Women’s Tennis Sweeps Clemson

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Tennis — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- @ 2:10 am
The Gamecocks won their fourth straight match against the Tigers, and evened the all-time series at 27-27.

Swimming & Diving. Swimming and Diving to Compete in Final Regular Season Meet

Filed under: South Carolina Football, Swimming & Diving — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- @ 7:47 pm February 1, 2018
After a record-breaking performance in its final home meet of the season, South Carolina swimming and diving is traveling to Blacksburg, Va., to finish the regular season. The Gamecocks will take part in the Virginia Tech 'Technotational' along with five other teams: Virginia Tech, William & Mary, Towson, James Madison (women) and North Florida (women). The Virginia Tech and Gamecock men are the only two teams ranked in the invitational with Virginia Tech at No. 20 and South Carolina at No. 25.

M. Tennis. Men’s Tennis Heads to Charlotte for Doubleheader

Filed under: M. Tennis, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- @ 4:32 pm
No. 24 South Carolina men's tennis will travel to Charlotte, N.C., for a doubleheader with South Carolina State and Charlotte after a location change due to weather. Both matches will be played on Friday at Lifetime Fitness, the Onyx Premier Club. The Gamecocks will first face off against South Carolina State at noon and then against Charlotte at 5 p.m.

M. Basketball. Gamecocks Ready For Coaches Vs. Cancer 3-Point Challenge

Filed under: M. Basketball, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- @ 4:16 pm
Frank Martin and the Gamecock men's basketball team has joined forces with the NABC and the American Cancer Society for the Coaches vs. Cancer 3-Point Challenge, which will take place during the month of February.

Track & Field. Indoor Season Continues at Darius Dixon Memorial Invitational

Filed under: South Carolina Football, Track & Field — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- @ 2:17 pm
The season continues this weekend for the University of South Carolina track & field team as the Gamecocks head to Lynchburg, Va., for the Darius Dixon Memorial Invitational. The meet is scheduled to begin Friday at 2:30 p.m., and Saturday's slate starts at 10 a.m. ET.

W. Tennis. Berg Rises from Walk-On to Top of the Lineup for Gamecocks

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Tennis — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- @ 1:46 pm
Senior Hadley Berg is a "team-first" student-athlete who has earned All-American and ITA Scholar Athlete honors.

M. Basketball. Gamecocks Defeated, 81-76, by Mississippi State

Filed under: M. Basketball, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- @ 5:02 am
Quinndary Weatherspoon had 14 of his 18 points in the second half while younger brother Nick Weatherspoon had 17 points to lead Mississippi State to an 81-76 victory over South Carolina on Wednesday night. The Bulldogs (16-6, 4-5 Southeastern Conference) won an SEC road game - and consecutive league games - for the first time all season. Mississippi State also ended a four-game losing streak at South Carolina (13-9, 4-5), which dated back to 2012. The Weatherspoons were a big reason why.
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