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W. Tennis. No. 15 South Carolina concludes final day of FGCU Spring Invite

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Tennis — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 7:58 pm January 15, 2018
The Gamecocks won five of eight singles matches on the final day of the FGCU Spring Invite on Monday.

General News. The Gamecock Club Announces Decade Dividends Plan

Filed under: General News, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 7:33 pm
Gamecock Club members with 10 or more years of membership will be receiving a previously unexpected bonus.

M. Basketball. Gamecocks And Wildcats Meet On Super Tuesday

Filed under: M. Basketball, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 7:03 pm
South Carolina begins a two-game homestand on Tuesday hosting No. 18/16 Kentucky at Colonial Life Arena.

W. Basketball. No.9 Gamecocks Fall to No. 6 Tennessee 86-70 Sunday

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Basketball — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 9:21 pm January 14, 2018
Jaime Nared scored 19 points as No. 6 Tennessee bounced back from its first loss of the season with an 86-70 victory at No. 9 South Carolina, which played without injured All-American A'ja Wilson. The Lady Vols (16-1, 4-1 Southeastern Conference) lost in overtime, 79-76, at Texas A&M on Thursday night. But with the 6-foot-5 Wilson sidelined with a right ankle sprain for the Gamecocks (14-3, 3-2), Tennessee took advantage of the middle, with Nared and Mercedes Russell helping build an 18-point lead late in the third quarter.

W. Tennis. No. 15 South Carolina rolls on Day 2 of FGCU Spring Invite

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Tennis — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 6:01 pm
The Gamecocks won two of three doubles matches and six of seven singles matches Sunday.

Swimming & Diving. Gamecocks Take Home Win at East Carolina

Filed under: South Carolina Football, Swimming & Diving — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 12:35 am
South Carolina men's and women's swimming and diving earned their fourth and fifth wins of the season, respectively, on Saturday over East Carolina. The Gamecocks earned first place in every event, with the men finishing 176.5-115.5 and the women finishing 181.5-110.5 over the Pirates.

Track & Field. Williams Sets School High Jump Record in 2018 Opener

Filed under: South Carolina Football, Track & Field — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 12:08 am
A new school record greeted the 2018 campaign with a bang on Saturday as the University of South Carolina began its indoor campaign at the Navy Winter Invitational. Senior Tye Williams provided the day's biggest highlight, breaking Carolina's indoor men's high jump record with an effort of 7-2 ½.

M. Tennis. No. 20 South Carolina Sweeps The Citadel in Doubleheader

Filed under: M. Tennis, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 11:41 pm January 13, 2018
The No. 20 South Carolina men’s tennis team showed its endurance on Saturday in a doubleheader sweep of the Citadel. The Gamecocks did not drop a set, finishing both matches 7-0. The two match wins set South Carolina up for a perfect 2-0 start to its 2018 spring season.

W. Tennis. Gamecocks wrap strong first day at FGCU Spring Invite

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Tennis — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 10:32 pm
No. 15 South Carolina women's tennis got off to a strong start on the opening day of the FGCU Spring Invite, sweeping Kansas and Denver in doubles and earning four of six wins in singles against No. 23 Ole Miss.

M. Basketball. Booker’s late 3s propel South Carolina to 64-57 win at Georgia

Filed under: M. Basketball, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 9:31 pm
Frank Booker scored 17 points while making two late 3-pointers and South Carolina withstood Georgia's strong second-half start to beat the Bulldogs 64-57 on Saturday. South Carolina (11-6, 2-3 Southeastern Conference) won despite shooting a season-low 27.1 percent from the field. Chris Silva scored 14 points and Hassani Gravett had 11 as the Gamecocks took their first SEC road win. There were three ties but Georgia (11-5, 2-3) never led while suffering its first home loss of the season after eight wins. It was the Bulldogs' second straight loss.
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