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  1. South Carolina baseball gets new video board for 2019 December 14, 2018 The best college baseball stadium in America is getting better. The University of South Carolina has contracted with Daktronics, a world leader in audiovisual systems, to design, manufacture and install a new LED video display for Founders Park. The display will be one of the 10 largest in college baseball, with a total of 1,450 square feet. The LED video display will be ready for the 2019 season opener, Feb. 15 vs. Liberty. "In working with our multimedia rightsholder, IMG College, we were able to secure a video board that will be beneficial to our program and add to the game day experience at Founders Park," said South Carolina Athletics Director Ray Tanner. "The LED video display will be easy to see throughout the ball park and we will be able to add quality content that will be enjoyable for fans." The new display will measure approximately 33.5 feet high by 43 feet wide and will feature a 13HD pixel layout to bring exceptional image clarity and contrast with wide angle visibility to Gamecock fans seated throughout the stadium. "Founders Park is a great collegiate baseball stadium and we're excited to be a part of this scoreboard project," said Corey Williams, Daktronics sales representative. "It's always a pleasure working with everyone at the University of South Carolina. The new video display will be nearly 3.5 times larger than the current video display so we can't wait to see it in action and how Gamecock fans react to the new addition." The new LED display at Founders Park continues a trend of enhancing the fan experience at Gamecock facilities using video. The new display at Founders Park comes less than 18 months after new video and ribbon boards were added at Colonial Life Arena, also working with IMG College and Daktronics. A new video board was also added to the Carolina Volleyball Center prior to the 2018 season and the Williams-Brice Stadium video board was installed prior to the 2012 season. The display is capable of variable content zoning allowing it to show one large image or to be divided into multiple zones to share live video, instant replays, statistics and game information, graphics and animations, and sponsorship messages. Season tickets for Carolina baseball are available at ItsGreatToBeAGamecock.com, or by calling the Gamecock Ticket Office at 1-800-4SC-FANS. Continue to visit GamecocksOnline.com for updates on Gamecock baseball.
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    Oooohhhh, Arkansas, you almost had it.

    Arkansas loses last night to give the World Series Championship to Oregon St. 5-0
  3. Greenville Regional Championship Game Moved to Monday Afternoon June 04, 2018 GREENVILLE, N.C. -- Game six of the 2018 NCAA Greenville Regional between South Carolina and either East Carolina or UNC Wilmington has been postponed and will be played Monday afternoon (June 4) at 1 p.m. at Clark-LeClair Stadium. If there is a need for a second championship game, that contest will be played at 5 p.m. Heavy rains hit the Greenville area this afternoon, causing a 5:09 rain delay in the East Carolina/UNC Wilmington contest. 2018 GREENVILLE REGIONAL Game 6: South Carolina vs. East Carolina/UNC Wilmington, Monday at 1 p.m. Game 7: If necessary, Monday at 5 p.m.
  4. Gamecocks to Hold selection watch party on Monday afternoon The watch party will take place at J's Corner, which is on Rosewood Drive, across from the Fairgrounds May 25, 2018 COLUMBIA – The University of South Carolina baseball team will hold a watch party for the NCAA Tournament selection show this Monday (May 28) at J’s Corner, which is located on Rosewood Drive, across the street from the Fairgrounds. Doors at J’s Corner will open at 11 a.m. on Monday with the one-hour selection show beginning at noon on ESPNU. Fans are invited to watch the selection show with the Gamecocks, who will find out their opponent and destination for the start of the NCAA Tournament next Friday (June 1).
  5. Gamecocks fall to LSU to close out SEC tournament run Carolina tied the game at three in the ninth, but three Tigers runs in the 12th eliminate the Gamecock May 25, 2018 Box Score / Final Box / Photo Gallery / Twitter HOOVER, Ala. - LSU scored three runs in the top of the 12th inning to defeat the University of South Carolina baseball team, 6-4, in game 10 of the 2018 SEC Baseball Tournament Thursday afternoon (May 24) at Hoover Met Stadium. The Gamecocks are eliminated from the tournament after playing in a 4:17 instant classic. After a rain delay for the third straight day and an extra-inning contest before it, the Gamecocks and Tigers started two hours late, but it was worth the wait. LSU scored two runs in the top of the second as Zach Watson brought in Bryce Jordan on an infield single and Hal Hughes scored on a balk. Carolina clawed for single runs in the fourth and sixth innings. In the fourth, Jonah Bride was hit by a pitch and went to third on Justin Row's double. Carolina loaded the bases as LT Tolbert was hit by a pitch. Hunter Taylor brought in the Gamecocks' first run on a sacrifice fly to left. Then in the sixth, Row connected on his sixth home run of the year, a solo shot to left field. LSU took a 3-2 lead in the eighth. Antoine Duplantis looked to be the third out at home plate after a fly ball to right, but video review overturned the call, giving Hunter Feduccia a sacrifice fly. Carolina tied the game in the bottom of the ninth. Tolbert tripled over Watson's head in center. Jacob Olson then singled up the middle to score Tolbert. Both teams traded zeroes in the 10th and 11th. LSU then scored three in the 12th. John Gilreath retired the first two Tigers, but Duplantis reached on an error and Austin Bain walked. That set up an RBI single by Daniel Cabrera to put the Tigers up 4-3. Todd Peterson added insurance with a two-run double to left. Madison Stokes singled in a run in the bottom of the 12th, but a strikeout ended the game. Adam Hill started the game for the Gamecocks. He allowed four hits and two runs with two strikeouts and five walks in six innings of work. Gilreath took the loss, allowing three unearned runs in 2.1 innings. He allowed one hit and struck out a batter. Eddy Demurias had a pair of punchouts in his one inning of relief. Row had two hits on the day for Carolina. For LSU, Peterson earned the win on the mound, pitching five innings of relief and allowing a pair of runs on four hits with three strikeouts. GAMECHANGER An error, walk and RBI single by Daniel Cabrera happened with two out in the 12th. LSU then scored two more runs on Tood Peterson's double. KEY STAT Carolina played its longest game of the season by innings (12) and by time (4:17). This game was a minute longer than the 6-5, 10-inning loss to Ole Miss on May 6. NOTABLE Carolina went 1-2 in this year's SEC Tournament, defeating Missouri 4-2 while falling to Arkansas (13-8) and LSU. Hunter Taylor threw out two more baserunners trying to steal in the LSU contest. He has thrown out 18 baserunners this season. Carolina falls to LSU in the SEC Tournament for the second straight season. The Gamecocks lost in the semifinals to the Tigers last season. Carolina turned three double plays in the game's first four innings. UP NEXT South Carolina will turn its attention to the NCAA Tournament. The selection show will be on Monday afternoon (May 28) at noon on ESPN2. The regionals start next Friday (June 1) at 16 host sites. From USC Sports Information
  6. Gamecocks face LSU Thursday afternoon at SEC tournament The Gamecocks and Tigers face off at 2 p.m. Eastern in an elimination game Game Notes HOOVER, Ala -- The University of South Carolina baseball team will continue action in the 2018 SEC Baseball Tournament on Thursday afternoon (May 24) as the fifth-seed Gamecocks face eighth-seeded LSU at approximately 2 p.m. EDT (1 p.m. CDT) at Hoover Met Stadium in Hoover, Ala. NOTABLES The Gamecocks scored five runs in the top of the sixth inning and were threatening with the bases loaded in the ninth but fell to Arkansas, 13-8, on Wednesday. That loss put South Carolina in an elimination game with LSU. Despite the loss, LT Tolbert had a career night for the Gamecocks. Tolbert was 4-for-5 with a career high five RBI and a grand slam in the sixth. His previous career high was four RBI against Winthrop on Feb. 21. Tolbert’s grand slam was the second by a Gamecock this season. Hunter Taylor had a grand slam in that same Winthrop game on Feb. 21. Parker Coyne pitched for the first time since May 9 on Wednesday and struck out six in 2.2 innings pitched. Coyne now has 25 strikeouts in 21 innings pitched for the Gamecocks. Madison Stokes and Jacob Olson each had two hits in the loss to the Razorbacks. Stokes doubled in the two-run ninth. It was his 11th of the season to go along with 39 RBI. Carolina will now face LSU in an elimination game. It will be the second straight season the two teams will meet in the tournament. The Tigers defeated Carolina 11-0, eliminating the Gamecocks in the semifinals. All-time, Carolina is 2-7 against LSU in the SEC Tournament. The two wins both came in the 2002 tourney. Carolina defeated the Tigers 10-8 and 5-4 before falling in the championship game to Alabama. Adam Hill will make the start for Carolina on Thursday, his 14th of the season. Hill has a team-best 90 strikeouts in 69 innings pitched and led the SEC in opponent’s batting average for most of the season. It’s currently at .185. Hill earned the win against LSU on April 21 in Columbia. He struck out seven in six innings of work, allowing four hits and no runs with four walks in an 11-4 victory. Hill defeated Ma’Khail Hilliard, who allowed eight runs in 2.2 innings of work. Carolina swept LSU April 20-22, winning the first two games by scores of 11-0 and 11-4. The Gamecocks then won in come-from-behind fashion on Sunday, scoring four runs in the sixth and two in both the seventh and eighth innings in an 8-6 win. TJ Hopkins was 7-for-15 in the series, driving in six, while LT Tolbert and Justin Row had five RBI apiece. The LSU sweep was the start of five straight SEC series win for the Gamecocks. South Carolina went 11-4 in the final five series after opening the season 1-5 in the league. From USC Sports Information
  7. Gamecocks fall to Arkansas in SEC tournament action The Gamecocks put up five runs in the sixth inning, but Arkansas plated eight in the first three frames in its win Photo Gallery Twitter / Box Score / Final Box HOOVER, Ala. - The University of South Carolina baseball team scored five runs in the sixth inning, but Arkansas built a lead that was too large to overcome as the Gamecocks fell to the Razorbacks, 13-8, Wednesday night (May 23) at Hoover Met Stadium. South Carolina goes into the loser’s bracket and will face LSU Thursday afternoon at approximately 2 p.m. Eastern time. Logan Chapman struck out the first two batters of the game but walked Heston Kjerstad and Luke Bonfield. Dominic Fletcher then hit a three-run home run to right center to give the Razorbacks the early 3-0 lead. Arkansas added three more runs in the second on RBi’s from Eric Cole, Kjerstad and Bonfield. Carolina scored its first run of the game in the third. Jacob Olson singled and moved to second on a throwing error to lead off the inning. He went to third on a wild pitch and scored as Matt Williams reached on the second throwing error of the inning. Arkansas answered with a pair of runs in the bottom of the third. An infield single from Jack Kenley brought in a run. Carson Shaddy’s sacrifice fly scored Jared Gates to build an 8-1 lead. Arkansas added two runs on a Casey Martin home run, but the Gamecocks clawed back with a five-spot in the sixth. Kyle Jacobsen walked with one out and went to second on Madison Stokes’ infield single. Mason Streater loaded the bases as he reached on an error. Danny Blair forced in a run with a walk and LT Tolbertquickly unloaded the bases with a grand slam. Arkansas got one run back in the bottom of the sixth on Martin’s second home run of the game. Fletcher extended Arkansas’ lead to 13-6 in the eighth with a two-run single. Carolina made it interesting in the ninth. Noah Campbell led off with an infield single. He went to third as Jacobsen singled which was combined with a throwing error. Stokes doubled to left to score Campbell. Tolbert brought in Jacobsen with a single to left, but a double play ended the contest. Tolbert was 4-for-5 with five RBI in the contest. Olson added a pair of hits. Chapman took the loss. He allowed three hits and six runs in 1.1 innings pitched. GAMECHANGER The Gamecocks allowed three runs in the first inning off of just one hit, a three-run home run from Dominic Fletcher. KEY STAT Tolbert leads the Gamecocks with 49 RBI after his five RBI night. NOTABLE For the second straight day, rain pushed the schedule back at the SEC Tournament. South Carolina’s game did not start until 9:45 p.m. Central time. Tolbert connected on his sixth home run of the season and the first grand slam of the year. It was Carolina’s second grand slam of 2018. Hunter Taylor did the trick against Winthrop on Feb. 21. Tolbert also drove in a career high five runs in the Arkansas contest. His previous career high was four in the same Winthrop game on Feb. 21. Parker Coyne pitched for the first time since May 9 and struck out six in 2.2 innings pitched. Carolina is now 3-4 all-time against Arkansas in the SEC Tournament. UP NEXT South Carolina will face LSU in an elimination game on Thursday afternoon (May 24) at approximately 2 p.m. Eastern time. From USC Sports Information
  8. Gamecocks take a 4-2 win over Missouri to advance in the SEC Tournament The Gamecocks scored three runs in the seventh inning in the win over the Tigers May 23, 2018 Final Stats / Final Box / Photo Gallery / Twitter HOOVER, Ala. - The University of South Carolina baseball team scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to turn a 2-1 deficit into a 4-2 win over Missouri Tuesday night (May 22) on the opening day of the 2018 SEC Baseball Tournament at Hoover Met Stadium. The Gamecocks now move into the double elimination tournament, beginning Wednesday night (May 23) against Arkansas at 9 p.m. EDT. In a game that did not start until 10:31 p.m. Central time, the Tigers scored all their runs in one inning. Connor Brumfield led off the fourth with a single. He moved to second on a single by Trey Harris. Both runners moved up on a wild pitch and a groundout by Brian Sharp plated the game’s first run. Chad McDaniel then singled to left center, scoring Harris as Missouri built a 2-0 lead. Carolina plated a run in the fifth. LT Tolbert led off with a double down the line in right. He went to third on a single by Hunter Taylor. Jacob Olson drove in Tolbert with a double to the gap in right. The Gamecocks loaded the bases in that inning, but a fly out ended the threat. The Gamecocks trailed until the seventh, when Carolina scored three runs off three hits. Taylor singled back up the middle to start the frame. He went to second as Olson walked. Noah Campbell loaded the bases with a single to right. Carlos Cortes then walked to force in Taylor. Madison Stokes’ sacrifice fly gave Carolina the 3-2 lead and Jonah Bride added insurance with an RBI single to left. The win on the mound went to Eddy Demurias, who is now 6-0 on the season. He struck out a batter in 1.2 innings pitched. Graham Lawson picked up his second save, striking out three Tigers. Carmen Mlodzinskigave the Gamecocks a solid start, striking out five and allowing three hits and two runs in five innings pitched. Campbell, Tolbert and Taylor had two hits apiece for Carolina. GAMECHANGER The Gamecocks scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh as Cortes, Stokes and Bride each drove in a run. KEY STAT Carolina wins its 29th SEC Tournament game in program history and advances to the double elimination tournament. NOTABLE The 10:31 p.m. start time was the second latest time a game has started in the SEC Tournament. Alabama and Kentucky started at 10:45 p.m. CT in 2008. Carolina earned its fifth win of the season when trailing after six innings. Carolina won in the single-elimination portion of the tournament for the second straight year. The Gamecocks beat Vanderbilt, 7-4, in last year’s tournament. Carolina did not make an error in a game for the 28th time this season. UP NEXT South Carolina, the fifth seed in the tournament, will face fourth-seeded Arkansas Wednesday night (May 23) at approximately 9 p.m. EDT (8 p.m. CDT). From USC Sports Information
  9. Gamecocks lock in SEC tournament spot in Hoover May 22, 2018 South Carolina will start the SEC tournament against Missouri as the No. 5 seed. The first round will be single-elimination, with the top four teams receiving a bye. After that, the tourney will be double-elimination until the semifinal round, after which it will revert to single-elimination. Ole Miss beating last-place Alabama locked USC into the No. 5 seed and set the top-four bye teams. SEEDS 1. Florida 2. Ole Miss 3. Georgia 4. Arkansas 5. South Carolina 6. Vanderbilt 7. Auburn 8. LSU 9. Mississippi State 10. Kentucky 11. Texas A&M 12. Missouri SCHEDULE *All times eastern and all games televised on SEC Network unless otherwise noted TUESDAY, MAY 22 (Single elimination) Game 1: No. 6 Vanderbilt vs. No. 11 Texas A&M, 10:30 a.m. Game 2: No. 7 Auburn vs. No. 10 Kentucky, to follow Game 3: No. 8 LSU vs. No. 9 MSU, 5:30 p.m. Game 4: No. 5 South Carolina vs. No. 12 Missouri, to follow WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 (Double elimination) Game 5: No. 3 Georgia vs. Game 1 winner, 10:30 a.m. Game 6: No. 2 Ole Miss vs. Game 2 winner, to follow Game 7: No. 1 Florida vs. Game 3 winner, 5:30 p.m. Game 8: No. 4 Arkansas vs. Game 4 winner, to follow THURSDAY, MAY 24 (Double elimination) Game 9: Game 5 loser vs. Game 6 loser, 10:30 a.m. Game 10: Game 7 loser vs. Game 8 loser, to follow Game 11: Game 5 winner vs. Game 6 winner, 5:30 p.m. Game 12: Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 winner, to follow FRIDAY, MAY 25 (Double elimination) Game 13: Game 9 winner vs. Game 11 loser, 4 p.m. Game 14: Game 10 winner vs. Game 12 loser, to follow SATURDAY, MAY 26 (Single elimination) Game 15: Game 13 winner vs. Game 11 winner, 1 p.m. Game 16: Game 14 winner vs. Game 12 winner, to follow SUNDAY, MAY 27 (Championship) Game 17: Game 15 winner vs. Game 16 winner, 3 p.m. (ESPN2) FINAL STANDINGS SEC EAST 1. Florida: 20-10 SEC, 41-15 overall 2. Georgia: 18-12, 37-17 3. South Carolina: 17-13, 32-22 4. Vanderbilt: 16-14, 31-24 5. Kentucky: 13-17, 34-21 6. Missouri, 12-18, 34-21 7. Tennessee 12-18, 29-27 SEC WEST 1. Ole Miss: 18-12 SEC, 42-14 overall 2. Arkansas: 18-12 SEC, 37-17 3. Auburn: 15-15, 37-19 4. LSU: 15-15, 33-23 5. Mississippi State: 15-15, 31-24 6. Texas A&M: 13-17, 36-19 7. Alabama: 8-22 SEC, 27-29 overall
  10. Regular-season finale to be Televised on SEC Network The Gamecocks and Texas A&M will play Saturday, May 19 on SEC Network with a 3 p.m. EDT start May 08, 2018 CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Southeastern Conference and SEC Network made its wildcard picks for the final weekend of the regular season and South Carolina's game at Texas A&M, scheduled for Saturday, May 19 at 3 p.m. EDT (2 p.m. CDT) will be televised on SEC Network, it was announced this morning. Gamecock fans will be able to follow all seven games on Thursday night (May 17) as part of SEC Bases Loaded on SEC Network, beginning at 7 p.m. South Carolina plays Texas A&M that night at 7:30 p.m. EDT (6:30 p.m. CDT). All three games of the Texas A&M series can be streamed on SEC Network Plus. TELEVISION SCHEDULE FOR MAY 17-19 Thursday, May 17 -- SEC Bases Loaded, 7 p.m. (SEC Network) Thursday, May 17 -- LSU at Auburn, 7 p.m. (ESPNU) Friday, May 18 -- LSU at Auburn, 7 p.m. (SEC Network) Friday, May 18 -- Florida at Mississippi State, 7 p.m. (ESPNU) Saturday, May 19 -- Arkansas at Georgia, 12 p.m. (SEC Network) Saturday, May 19 -- South Carolina at Texas A&M, 3 p.m. (SEC Network) Saturday, May 19 -- Florida at Mississippi State, 4:30 p.m. (ESPNU)
  11. 'Yeah, we're pissed': Why another SEC series win left sour taste for Gamecocks May 07, 2018 A few weeks ago, the prospect of South Carolina baseball taking two out of three games against No. 4 Ole Miss and pushing the Rebels to the brink in the third contest would have seemed too good to be true to most Gamecock fans. But after exactly that happened this Sunday, USC's players and coaches were far from jubilant. In fact, they were feeling disappointed — among other emotions. "I think every game you lose, you should be pissed. Yeah, we're pissed. It's good that we won two out of three, but we were that close to sweeping a top-five team. So it doesn't feel good," senior catcher Hunter Taylor said Sunday. With three straight SEC series wins, Carolina has played its way back into the NCAA tournament conversation and resurrected its season after a lackluster start. But with that success comes high expectations, ones that the Gamecocks are intent on holding themselves to, especially as the season winds down and the importance of each game magnifies. "Each game is important. That's why we take this game to heart," senior Madison Stokes said. "Obviously we won Friday and Saturday, but winning the series, we weren't complacent with it. We're just going to find a way to get better." Even coach Mark Kingston, who has repeated a mantra all season of not getting too high or too low, emphasized that if South Carolina is going to take a one-day-at-a-time approach that so many programs preach, that means being frustrated with a result that might not seem so terrible given the big picture. "Just right now, disappointed that we didn't win today. Because it's always about today. Friday and Saturday were great, but we came out here to win today. Today's just very disappointing," he said. Still, Kingston also acknowledged that with positive results against top programs like LSU, Vanderbilt and Ole Miss, the Gamecocks are trending in the right direction. "We're getting a lot better. And that's what you ask from your team, just get better as the season goes on. Keep working hard, deal with the ups and downs of the SEC season," he said. "I just told my team that when a top-five team comes into your park and is happy to win one game, it must mean we're getting pretty good." SEC tournament status If the season were to end today, South Carolina would be the No. 5 overall seed in the SEC tournament. The Gamecocks are currently 13-11 in conference play, behind No. 1 Florida, No. 2 Georgia and No. 3 Arkansas and tied with Ole Miss and Auburn. Because the three are not common opponents, the tiebreaker goes to the team with the best record against the top overall seed that all three have played. That's Arkansas, with Ole Miss at 2-1, South Carolina at 1-2 and Auburn at 0-3. With the fifth seed, South Carolina would have to play a first-round single-elimination game against the No. 12 seed, which is currently projected to be Mississippi State. However, the Gamecocks still have two more series left in league play, against Missouri, who is 30-18 overall but just 9-15 in SEC play, and Texas A&M, who is 34-14 overall and 12-12 in the conference. NCAA tournament hopes The latest projections from D1Baseball.com and Baseball America both have USC as a No. 3 seed in an NCAA region, one hosted by East Carolina, the other by North Carolina State. Those were from last week, but the good news for Gamecock fans is that they are likely to stay the same or improve after this weekend's series. Entering Sunday's game, South Carolina's RPI had improved from 49th entering the series to 32nd. That number dropped to No. 42 after the weekend, but Kingston's squad is on the right side of the NCAA bubble, at least for now. For reference, in mid-March, South Carolina's RPI was 120. What's more, the upcoming midweek game this Wednesday will offer USC another big opportunity to improve its RPI, going against College of Charleston and former coach Chad Holbrook. The Cougars entered this weekend 62nd in RPI and own a 32-16 record with a sweep of Georgia on their resume. SEC standings SEC East Team Conf. Overall Florida 18-6 38-11 Georgia 15-9 33-14 USC 13-11 28-19 Kentucky 11-13 30-17 Vanderbilt 11-13 25-22 Tennessee 10-14 27-23 Missouri 9-15 30-18 SEC West Team Conf. Overall Arkansas 14-10 33-15 Ole Miss 13-11 36-13 Auburn 13-11 34-14 Texas A&M 12-12 34-14 LSU 12-12 28-20 Miss St 11-13 26-22 Alabama 6-18 24-25 NEXT Who: South Carolina (28-19, 13-11 SEC) vs. College of Charleston (32-16, 14-7 CAA) When: 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 9 Where: Spirit Communications Park, Columbia, South Carolina Watch: TBA Listen: 107.5 FM Probable pitchers: South Carolina — Fr. RHP Carmen Mlodzinski (2-4, 4.02 ERA); College of Charleston — TBA THE STATE
  12. Gamecocks baseball makes appearance in NCAA tournament projection May 02, 2018 South Carolina baseball has been on a roll as of late, winning six of its last seven to improve to 26-18, 11-10 in the SEC. And national media outlets are starting to take notice. Analysts from D1Baseball.com included USC in the site's latest projections of the NCAA tournament field as a No. 3 seed in a regional hosted by East Carolina in Greenville, North Carolina. The other teams in the hypothetical region are Stetson and UNC Greensboro. A week ago, the Gamecocks were in D1Baseball's "Last Four Out" of the 64-team field. Meanwhile, at Baseball America, Mark Kingston's squad was not included in any capacity. D1Baseball's projections include 11 SEC teams in the field, which would be a conference record since the tourney expanded to 64 teams in 1999. A sweep of LSU and a road series win over Vanderbilt has helped South Carolina make a big leap in RPI. At its lowest point, USC was 141st in the nation in the crucial index. Now, the Gamecocks are 45th. And they'll have a big opportunity to take that number even higher this weekend when they host Ole Miss for a three-game set. The Rebels are ranked as high as No. 4 in one poll, with an RPI of 7. South Carolina's tournament résumé Record: 26-18, 11-10 SEC Conference standings: Tied for fifth in SEC, tied for third in East division Best wins: Sweep of then-No. 19 LSU, road series win over then-No. 17 Vanderbilt, sweep of Tennessee (RPI of 65) Worst losses: Swept by unranked Georgia on road, midweek losses to Furman, The Citadel, Presbyterian (all outside top 100 in RPI) Key games left: Home series vs. No. 4/7 Ole Miss, road series vs. No. 21/18 Texas A&M
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    SEC baseball standings

    SEC East Florida: 16-5 Georgia: 12-9 South Carolina: 11-10 Vanderbilt: 11-10 Kentucky: 10-11 Missouri: 9-12 Tennessee: 8-13 SEC West Arkansas: 13-8 Ole Miss: 12-9 Texas A&M: 11-10 Auburn: 10-11 LSU: 10-11 Mississippi State: 9-12 Alabama: 5-16 Overall standings Florida: 16-5 Arkansas: 13-8 Ole Miss: 12-9 Georgia: 12-9 South Carolina: 11-10 Texas A&M 11-10 Vanderbilt: 11-10 Auburn: 10-11 Kentucky: 10-11 LSU: 10-11 Missouri: 9-12 Mississippi State: 9-12 Tennessee: 8-13 Alabama: 5-16 South Carolina is currently 43rd in the RPI. Here’s a look at South Carolina’s remaining schedule with RPIs for each team. Ole Miss (7) College of Charleston (62) Missouri (27) USC Upstate (229) at Texas A&M (14)
  14. South Carolina storms back from 7-0 deficit to stun Vanderbilt, take series opener April 28, 2018 This past Sunday, South Carolina rallied from six runs down to defeat LSU for its biggest come-from-behind win of the year. On Friday, the Gamecocks outdid themselves, erasing a seven-run deficit to shock No. 17 Vanderbilt, 8-7, for the series-opening victory on the road in Nashville. With the victory, USC (25-17, 10-9 SEC) is above .500 in conference play for the first time this season. After two successful Game 1 starts against SEC foes recently, USC freshman right-hander Logan Chapman struggled from the start Friday. Vanderbilt sprinted to a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first with back-to-back home runs, then added another in the second with a double and two wild pitches from Chapman. In the third, the Commodores tacked on three more runs with a leadoff bunt single, a walk, a sacrifice bunt and an RBI groundout, followed by a run-scoring triple and single. At that point, Chapman was pulled after making it through just 2 2/3 innings. In his place, redshirt freshman TJ Shook came on and stopped the bleeding, hold Vandy scoreless for 3 1/3 innings. As it turned out, that was just what South Carolina's offense needed. In the top of the fifth inning, coach Mark Kingston's squad began to chip away at the deficit, using singles from senior first baseman Matt Williams, junior right fielder Jacob Olson, junior center fielder TJ Hopkins and sophomore left fielder Carlos Cortes to push two runs across the plate. The Gamecocks completed their rally in the sixth inning, sending a parade of 11 batters to the plate for a six-run deluge. "It was just one good at-bat after another," Kingston told John Whittle of The Big Spur. "And they made a mistake here or there and we capitalized and it just took a lot of great at-bats and a lot of guys contributing." Things started with a hit-by-pitch for senior third baseman Jonah Bride, his team-leading ninth time on the season. He then advanced to third on a double to left from senior second baseman Justin Row. Williams loaded the bases on a catcher's interference call, and with the bases loaded and no outs, Olson walked in a run. Senior catcher Hunter Taylor then lofted a sacrifice fly to right field to make the score 7-4. Hopkins followed with an RBI single, which knocked Vanderbilt starter Drake Fellows out of the game, and Cortes re-loaded the bases after getting hit by a pitch. Junior shortstop LT Tolbert worked a 2-2 count before singling just past Vandy's diving second baseman, scoring two and tying the game. With Cortes on third, Tolbert then executed a delayed steal in the next at-bat and was caught in a run-down. While he managed to elude the tag and made it back to first, Cortes raced home to give South Carolina the lead. Relievers TJ Shook, Eddy Demurias and Sawyer Bridges all entered the game in tough situations — Shook with the team trailing 7-0, Demurias with a one-run lead and the leadoff runner on first, no outs, and Bridges in the ninth to close out the game. None of them allowed a hit. "They were just so good," Kingston told Collyn Taylor of Gamecock Central. "They each did what you asked them to do, and that's what good teams do. Guys know what their role is and they execute their role and give you a chance to win. So proud of that bullpen. THREE POINTS Star of the game: LT Tolbert, who was just 1-5 from the plate but drove in the game-tying runs and was instrumental in producing the game-winning score (see below). The shortstop also made several clutch plays on defense to preserve the lead once USC had it. Play of the game: The go-ahead run in the sixth inning was the result of a crafty bit of baserunning from South Carolina, who had Tolbert aggressively bait Vanderbilt into a run-down that allowed Carlos Cortes to race home from third. If it had failed, Kingston surely would have been questioned for his strategy with No. 5 batter Jonah Bride at the plate. Instead, he looked brilliant, though he slyly declined to confirm it was a designed play. "It's not textbook, but sometimes you just need to find a way to try to score a run," Kingston said. Stat of the game: Three doubles for Justin Row, who entered Friday's game with four doubles in 35 games all season. He was the only Gamecock with an extra base hit against the Commodores. NEXT Who: South Carolina (25-17, 10-9 SEC) vs. Vanderbilt (24-17, 10-9 SEC) When: 3 p.m. Saturday, April 28 Where: Hawkins Field, Nashville, Tennessee Watch: Streaming online on SEC Network Plus via WatchESPN Listen: 107.5 FM Probable pitchers: South Carolina — Jr. RHP Adam Hill (4-4, 4.05 ERA); Vanderbilt — Jr. RHP Patrick Raby (2-4, 2.47 ERA)
  15. South Carolina pounces on LSU early to nab SEC series win over ranked foe April 21, 2018 South Carolina baseball coach Mark Kingston is fond of saying momentum is your next starting pitcher. Coming off an 11-run drubbing of LSU in the first game of the series on Friday, USC had plenty of momentum on Saturday with ace Adam Hill on the mound and didn't waste it, scoring eight runs in the first three innings en route to an 11-4 victory and series win in front of 7,982 at Founders Park. For the second day in a row, the Gamecocks (22-17, 8-9 SEC) wasted no time in taking the lead, as sophomore left fielder Carlos Cortes singled through the right side of the infield in the bottom of the first, then advanced to second on a line drive single to left field by senior first baseman Madison Stokes. Junior shortstop LT Tolbert followed with a double to the right-center field gap, scoring Cortes and advancing Stokes to third, who scored on a wild pitch the next at-bat. On the same wild pitch, Tolbert moved to third base, which allowed him to score on a sacrifice fly from senior second baseman Justin Row. USC doubled its lead in the second inning, as junior right fielder Jacob Olson and junior catcher Chris Cullen led the frame off with singles, then both came around to score on a double from Stokes, who scored himself when Tolbert followed with his second double of the game. The Gamecocks finally knocked out LSU freshman starter Ma'Khail Hilliard in the third after Row started the inning with a walk, made it third on a double by Olson and tagged up for a run on a sacrifice fly from Cullen. Hilliard was pulled with two outs, but he picked up his final earned run of the afternoon when junior center fielder TJ Hopkins poked a single over the third baseman's shoulder, scoring Olson. Meanwhile, Hill, who was shifted from his usual Friday night slot to make way for freshman Logan Chapman, kept the Tigers at bay despite allowing a leadoff baserunner in each of the first four innings. He finished with six shutout innings and seven strikeouts for his fourth win of the season. LSU snapped its scoring drought in the top of the eighth inning off reliever Parker Coyne, utilizing a double, walk, single and home run to tally four runs. South Carolina responded, however, in the bottom half of the frame, as Stokes crushed a double to left-center gap, scoring two and giving USC double-digit runs in back-to-back games for the first time this season. THREE POINTS Star of the game: Senior first baseman Madison Stokes, who has continued his torrid stretch of play ever since coming back from injury and went 3-5 at the plate Saturday with a pair of doubles, four RBIs and two runs. Play of the game: Into the top of the fourth inning, Hill allowed a single, then walked two batters on eight pitches to load the bases with one out and give LSU a glimmer of hope. He bounced back with two strikeouts on seven pitches to emphatically slam the door. Stat of the game: One strikeout all game for South Carolina's hitters, who entered Saturday averaging roughly seven punchouts per contest. OBSERVATIONS Tigers scuffling: LSU entered this weekend series as one of the SEC's better offenses, averaging over 6.2 runs per game. So far, South Carolina's pitching staff has completely neutralized the Tiger offense, stranding 15 baserunners and holding LSU to 3-30 at the plate with runners on board. Bruised but ready: Jonah Bride and Justin Row combined to be hit by LSU pitchers three times on Saturday, including one off the helmet for Bride. But when they were actually given pitches to hit, they went 2-5 with two doubles and two RBIs.
  16. Gamecocks break up a perfect game but Arkansas ties series April 14, 2018 After surprising the nation's No. 2 team this past Friday for the upset, South Carolina baseball came crashing back to earth in a major way in the first game of a doubleheader on Sunday. Arkansas junior lefty Kacey Murphy delivered a sterling performance, not allowing a baserunner for six innings and surrendering just one hit all game as the Gamecocks lost, 2-0. The Razorbacks (26-10, 9-5 SEC) got all the offense they needed in the bottom of the second inning when redshirt senior second baseman Carson Shaddy launched a 2-0 offering from Adam Hill out of left-center field for a home run. They then added an insurance run in the bottom of the sixth inning off a hit by pitch, a single and a wild pitch. USC (20-15, 6-8 SEC), meanwhile, was baffled by Murphy and unable to force him out of the abbreviated game until the seventh inning., Due to a rainout on Saturday, SEC rules dictate that both of the games in the doubleheader Sunday must be seven innings. In the top of the seventh inning, senior second baseman Justin Row broke up Murphy's perfect game effort with a single to left field, but he was stranded at second after advancing there. THREE POINTS Star of the game: How could it not be Murphy? The 6-foot lefty came up short in his quest for a perfect game, but he still needed just 70 pitches to retire 18 batters. For South Carolina, junior staff ace Adam Hill bounced back from a rough outing against Kentucky to throw five-plus solid innings, giving up just three hits and one earned run. Unfortunately, his big mistake loomed large as his offense let him down. Play of the game: While Shaddy's home run was the deciding play of the game, Row's seventh-inning single saved South Carolina from the embarrassment of being on the receiving end of a perfect game. Stat of the game: 14 of 21 batters for South Carolina who took a first-pitch strike from Arkansas pitching, putting themselves at an immediate disadvantage that allowed the Razorbacks to keep their pitch count low. OBSERVATIONS Bride's streak snapped: Senior third baseman Jonah Bride entered Sunday's Game 1 having reached base in 30 consecutive games, a team-high. But a tough play by Arkansas's outfield in the second, a groundout to third and a flyout in the seventh ended that stretch. USC kept grounded: Against Murphy, USC had eight groundouts, seven strikeouts and just five flyouts on an extremely windy day in Fayetteville. The few times the Gamecocks did put the ball in the air, Arkansas had to make some tough defensive plays, but South Carolina simply didn't give the Hogs many chances to make mistakes. NEXT Who: South Carolina (20-15, 6-8 SEC) vs. Arkansas (26-10, 9-5 SEC) When: 4 p.m. Where: Baum Stadium, Fayetteville, Arkansas Watch: Streaming online on SEC Network Plus via WatchESPN app Listen: 107.5 FM in the Columbia, SC, area Probable pitchers: South Carolina — So. RHP Cody Morris (6-2, 4.04 ERA); Arkansas — So. RHP Isaiah Campbell (2-3, 4.03 ERA)
  17. South Carolina blanked twice by Arkansas in doubleheader to drop series April 14, 2018 South Carolina's pitchers were sharp Sunday against one of the SEC's best offenses in No. 2 Arkansas. But after stealing a shocking 3-2 win on Friday, the Gamecocks offense was simply nonexistent in Sunday's doubleheader, getting shut out in both games, 2-0, 3-0. With the two losses, USC (20-16, 6-9 SEC) dropped its fourth conference series on the year and ends its eight-game road trip with a 3-5 record. Arkansas, meanwhile, righted the ship after the Razorbacks' ace Blaine Knight was outdueled in the opener by South Carolina freshman Logan Chapman. The Hogs' two starters Sunday, Kacey Murphy and Isaiah Campbell, combined with two relievers to allow just four total hits across 14 innings, two of which came from senior second baseman Justin Row. After going six innings without a baserunner to open Game 1, South Carolina avoided any potential drama about being no-hit with an infield single in the second by Row. Other than that, however, the Gamecocks produced virtually nothing on offense. Sophomore right-hander Cody Morris put together a solid start for USC, giving up just one unearned run in the first inning off two singles and a passed ball. But Arkansas added two insurance runs in the bottom of the sixth off a home run by redshirt senior infielder Carson Shaddy, his second long ball of the day. THREE POINTS Star of the day: Arkansas's pitching staff was the collective star of the show on Sunday, but for South Carolina, Morris and Hill were impressive, though imperfect. Row deserves credit for whatever meager offense South Carolina produced, contributing three of four hits. Play of the day: As mentioned above, Morris was solid through five innings, but his first inning trouble, though not earned, set the tone for a long, long day for South Carolina. Without any offensive production, Mark Kingston needed his hurlers to be perfect, and two singles back-to-back to the top of Arkansas's lineup was too much. Stat of the day: 12.9 pitches per inning for Arkansas, allowing its starters to last deep into both games. South Carolina didn't help its cause, drawing just one walk across both games.
  18. Friday's game postponed due to weather The Gamecocks and Razorbacks will play two seven-inning games on Saturday beginning at 1 p.m. Eastern time April 13, 2018 FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of South Carolina baseball team’s game at Arkansas scheduled for Friday night (April 13) has been postponed due to severe weather in the Fayetteville area. There will now be two seven-inning games on Saturday (April 14) beginning with game one at 12 p.m. CDT (1 p.m. EDT). Game two will begin 40 minutes after the completion of game one. South Carolina will play two seven-inning games for the first time since April 25, 2010, when the Gamecocks swept Georgia in Athens.
  19. South Carolina announces venue changes for matchups with The Citadel March 19, 2018 South Carolina baseball announced two changes to its schedule Monday afternoon, switching venues for its matchups against The Citadel. Tuesday's game, which was scheduled to take place in Charleston, will now be at Founders Park in Columbia, due to thunderstorms in the local forecast. First pitch will be at 7 p.m. As a result, the April 10 matchup between the programs, which was scheduled to take place at Founders Park, will now be at Joe Riley Park in Charleston. Ticket holders will need to use their April 10 ticket against The Citadel for admission to Tuesday night’s contest. Fans who cannot make the game can exchange the April 10 game vs. The Citadel for any other game in the Bi-Lo Berm area. Exchanges will be based on availability.
  20. Noah Campbell sparks South Carolina's rout of Harvard March 14, 2018 After the top of the first inning took 20 minutes, perhaps Noah Campbell was antsy. South Carolina’s designated hitter was again its leadoff hitter for USC’s 12-3 rout of Harvard on Wednesday at Founders Park. Campbell was stuck to the dugout while Carolina starter Logan Champman needed 33 pitches to finally retire the Crimson. It was turning into a chilly evening, and the Gamecocks were in need of an early spark. So Campbell, a promising freshman, drew a walk, stole second and stole third by the time the second Carolina batter had ended his plate appearance. He was back in the dugout after Madison Stokes’ RBI single. Couple things to note for South Carolina (12-5) as a series with second-ranked and defending national champion Florida looms: The Gamecocks have won five straight games. Their top half of the order is heating up. Campbell, TJ Hopkins, Stokes and LT Tolbert went a combined 6-for-12 with nine RBI on Wednesday. They’re a combined 31-for-69 (.449 batting average) with 26 RBI over the last five games. USC next hosts the Gators at 7 p.m. Friday.
  21. Gamecocks vs Harvard moved to 4:00pm Wednesday March 12, 2018 Due to expected freezing temperatures in Columbia on Wednesday night, the Harvard game will be played at 4 p.m COLUMBIA - Due to the expected freezing temperatures in Columbia on Wednesday night, the University of South Carolina baseball team's game against Harvard on Wednesday, March 14 at Founders Park has been moved to 4 p.m.
  22. Gamecocks travels to Charlotte to face Appalachian State, host N.C. A&T The Gamecocks will face the Mountaineers at BB&T Ballpark while starting an eight-game homestand Wednesday GCF Staff Report March 05, 2018 South Carolina vs. N.C. A&T Game Notes / Live Video (Tuesday) / Live Stats (Tuesday) / Live Stats (Wednesday) / Live Audio / Twitter / Instagram / Ticket Information GAME INFO Date: Wednesday, March 7 First Pitch: 4 p.m. Location: N.C.,/Founders Park Broadcast: Series: First Meeting
  23. Gamecocks Move's Wednesday game up to 4pm Due to cold temperatures in the forecast in Columbia, Wednesday's game will start at 4 p.m. March 06, 2018 COLUMBIA -- Due to cold temperatures in the forecast for Columbia, the University of South Carolina baseball team has moved its game with North Carolina A&T on Wednesday, March 7 up to 4 p.m. The game is the start of an eight-game homestand at Founders Park.
  24. The Gamecocks' game vs. Appalachian State has been cancelled due to rain March 06, 2018 CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The University of South Carolina's game against Appalachian State at BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte, N.C., has been cancelled due to steady rain in North Carolina. If South Carolina and Appalachian State are able to find a makeup date to play later this season, the game would not be in Charlotte. Fans who purchased tickets for Tuesday's game can call 704-274-8282 for a refund. The Gamecocks are back in action tomorrow (Wednesday, March 7) against North Carolina A&T. First pitch is at 7 p.m. in Founders Park.
  25. Hill named a national player of the week by Collegiate Baseball Adam Hill struck out 14 batters for the second straight week in a win over Clemson Friday nigh March 05, 2018 TUCSON, Ariz. - University of South Carolina junior pitcher Adam Hill has been named a National Player of the Week by Collegiate Baseball, the publication announced this afternoon (Monday, March 5). Hill earns a national award after being named SEC Pitcher of the Week last Monday. Hill, a righty from Anderson, S.C., was magnificent for a second straight week, helping South Carolina to a 3-2 win over Clemson on Friday night. Hill struck out 14 batters in a no-decision, giving up two runs and two hits with two walks. It was Hill's second straight 14-strikeout performance, which ties his career-high and also tied his Founders Park record. Hill struck out seven consecutive batters from the first through third innings. That tied a school record which he shares with Alex Farotto (3/25/2007 vs. Mississippi State) and George Beam (3/4/1972 vs. N.C. State). Hill earned the Tom Price Award after Sunday's game against Clemson. The award is given to South Carolina's Most Valuable Player in the series. On the season, Hill is tied for second in the nation with 34 strikeouts and is fifth in the country in strikeouts per nine innings (1.89). Hill and the Gamecocks head to BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte, N.C., to face Appalachian State Tuesday evening (March 6) with a 6 p.m. first pitch.

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