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  1. Gamecock Baseball Hosts Georgia Tech in Busy Week at Founders Park 10/13/2019 | Baseball COLUMBIA - The University of South Carolina baseball team will scrimmage twice during the week before hosting Georgia Tech in its second fall game against outside competition. The Gamecocks will play on Monday afternoon (Oct. 14) at 3:45 p.m. and Thursday afternoon (Oct. 17) at 3 p.m. Carolina then hosts the Yellow Jackets on Sunday afternoon (Oct. 20) with first pitch at 1:30 p.m. All scrimmages are free and open to the public.
  2. Today marks the beginning of a new season. I was thrilled with what the Braves accomplished last year, but don’t think they upgraded like the Phillies did in the offseason, and don’t know if they can keep up. Hopefully, they can hang close until the trade deadline, and then acquire some talent for a playoff run.
  3. Gamecocks Begin Kings Era With VMI Series The Gamecocks open the 2018 season this weekend with a three-game series against VMI at Founders Park GCF Staff Report Feb. 15, 2018 VMI at South Carolina Game Notes / ​Watch (Friday) / ​Live Stats / ​Live Audio / ​Twitter / ​Instagram / ​Ticket Information GAME INFO Date: Friday, Feb. 16-Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018 First Pitch: 4/12/1 p.m. Location: Columbia, S.C. Stadium: Founders Park (8,248) Broadcast: SEC Network Plus (Friday) Play-By-Play: Burch Antley Analyst: Kip Bouknight Series: South Carolina leads 9-5 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Friday South Carolina Adam Hill (Jr. RHP) 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0.0 IP, 0 BB, 0 SO VMI Josh Winder (Jr. RHP) 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0.0 IP, 0 BB, 0 SO
  4. Everything Mark Kingston said on Friday Oct. 04, 2019 South Carolina hit the field for another scrimmage on Friday afternoon at Founders Park. Head coach Mark Kingston, entering his third year leading the program, answered several questions after the game. Here’s what he had to say: (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  5. Observations from the Gamecocks scrimmage at NC State Oct. 02, 2019 Only a scrimmage. The scoreboard said the Gamecock baseball team was soundly beaten in its scrimmage with North Carolina State Sunday, By a score of 15-5, but Gamecock coach Mark Kingston was firm in saying the score didn’t matter. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. Baseball To Scrimmage Twice This Week at 3 p.m. 9/29/2019 | Baseball COLUMBIA - The University of South Carolina baseball team will scrimmage twice this week at Founders Park. The Gamecocks will be in action on Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 1 and Friday afternoon (Oct. 4) with both games starting at 3 p.m. Both scrimmages are free and open to the public.
  7. Coach Mark Kingston said today the following players will miss fall practice due to injuries Sept. 18, 2019 Coach Mark Kingston said today the following players will miss fall practice due to injuries... INF Jeff Heinrich, LHP Julian Bosnic, RHP Andrew Peters, RHP Thomas Farr, RHP Wesley Sweatt, RHP Brett Kerry and RHP Hayden Leyman who is out for the season.
  8. Rise of Gamecock pitcher to potential first-round draft pick has Mark Kingston excited Sept. 18, 2019 South Carolina baseball is set to begin fall practices and scrimmages this Thursday — the Gamecocks are trying to bounce back from a historically bad 2019 season in which they finished 28-28 and bowed out of the first round of the SEC tournament. To that end, coach Mark Kingston has added 17 newcomers to the roster, split among freshmen, junior college transfers and graduate transfers. Baseball America rated USC’s incoming class No. 11 in the nation. (VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE
  9. Wingo was named to the coaching staff of new Notre Dame coach Link Jarrett, the Fighting Irish announced Monday. Wingo will serve as Notre Dame’s volunteer assistant. “Scott loves coaching, developing players, and winning,” Jarrett said in a press release. “His skill in working on the field in many components is vital in his role at Notre Dame. He has an incredible championship pedigree and was a standout player winning two national titles at South Carolina. He has left a distinct mark everywhere he has played and coached.”
  10. RHP Reid Morgan & catcher Luke Berryhill both go in the 13th round June 05, 2019 Gamecocks RHP Reid Morgan picked in 13th round, #396, by Mariners. Gamecocks catcher Luke Berryhill 13th round,, #384, to the Reds.
  11. MAY 23, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW THE DAILY CROW | What issues must Gamecocks baseball address this off-season to get back to Omaha
  12. Baseball 5/20/2019 Kent Reichert Carolina's Kerry Named to Freshman All-SEC Team The freshman from Clemmons, N.C., is 4-1 with a 2.62 ERA heading into the SEC Tournament. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Freshman righthanded pitcher Brett Kerry has been named to the Freshman All-Southeastern Conference (SEC) team, as announced by the league office this afternoon (Monday, May 20). Kerry becomes the 22nd Gamecock to earn this honor as he is one of 12 rookies honor by the conference. Kerry enters SEC Tournament play with a 4-1 record and a 2.62 ERA with seven saves in 22 appearances and two starts. He has held opponents to a .200 batting average and has 65 strikeouts in 58.1 innings pitched. In the SEC, Kerry is 2-1 with a 2.95 ERA with four saves and 39 strikeouts in 42.2 innings. The freshman helped the Gamecocks get into the SEC Tournament after striking out four and allowing just five hits and two runs in 6.1 innings in a win over No. 5 Mississippi State. Kerry is a two-time SEC Freshman of the Week (March 4, May 13). He had seven strikeouts in 3.1 innings pitched in a win over Clemson on March 1 and had saves in back-to-back wins against Kentucky on May 10 and 11. He has pitched in three innings or more in 10 appearances, including a career-high 6.1 on Saturday. JT Ginn of Mississippi State was named the conference's Freshman of the Year. In other specialty awards, Vanderbilt's JJ Bleday was named the SEC Player of the Year and Mississippi State's Ethan Small earned Pitcher of the Year. Vanderbilt's Tim Corbin was named Coach of the Year and Tennessee's Garrett Stallings earned Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Kerry and the Gamecocks open SEC Tournament play Tuesday night (May 21) against LSU. First pitch is set for 30 minutes after the Tennessee-Auburn game, which starts at 4:30 p.m. CDT (5:30 p.m. EDT). 2019 SEC Baseball Awards Player of the Year: JJ Bleday, VanderbiltPitcher of the Year: Ethan Small, Mississippi StateFreshman of the Year: JT Ginn, Mississippi StateCoach of the Year: Tim Corbin, VanderbiltScholar-Athlete of the Year: Garrett Stallings, Tennessee First-Team All-SECC: Philip Clarke, Vanderbilt1B: Tanner Allen, Mississippi State2B: Justin Foscue, Mississippi State3B: Austin Martin, VanderbiltSS: Grae Kessinger, Ole MissOF: JJ Bleday, VanderbiltOF: Jake Mangum, Mississippi StateOF: Alerick Soularie, TennesseeDH/UT: Nelson Maldonado, FloridaSP: Ethan Small, Mississippi StateSP: Emerson Hancock, GeorgiaRP: Tyler Brown, Vanderbilt Second-Team All-SEC TeamC: Cooper Johnson, Ole Miss1B: Trevor Ezell, Arkansas 2B: LJ Talley, Georgia3B: Aaron Schunk, GeorgiaSS: Casey Martin, ArkansasOF: Dominic Fletcher, ArkansasOF: Heston Kjerstad, ArkansasOF: Antoine Duplantis, LSUDH/UT: Matt Goodheart, ArkansasSP: TJ Sikkema, MissouriSP: Zack Thompson, KentuckyRP: Matt Cronin, Arkansas Freshman All-SEC TeamJT Ginn, SP, Mississippi State Kumar Rocker, SP, Vanderbilt Doug Nikhazy, SP, Ole Miss Cole Henry, SP, LSU Cole Wilcox, SP, Georgia Patrick Wicklander, SP, Arkansas Connor Noland, SP, Arkansas Ryan Bliss, 2B, Auburn Christian Franklin, OF, Arkansas Joseph Menefee, RP, Texas A&M Kendrick Calilao, 1B, Florida Brett Kerry, RP, South Carolina SEC All-Defensive TeamC: Cooper Johnson, Ole Miss1B: Trevor Ezell, Arkansas*1B: Julian Infante, Vanderbilt*2B: LJ Talley, Georgia3B: Austin Martin, VanderbiltSS: Cam Shepherd, GeorgiaOF: Dominic Fletcher, ArkansasOF: Jake Mangum, Mississippi StateOF: Zach Watson, LSUP: Garrett Stallings, Tennessee *Tie (Ties are not broken)South Carolina's Freshman All-SEC Selections2019 - Brett Kerry2017 - Carlos Cortes2016 - Chris Cullen, Adam Hill, LT Tolbert, Braden Webb2013 - Jack Wynkoop2012 - Tanner English, Grayson Greiner, Joey Pankake2011 - Forrest Koumas2010 - Evan Marzilli, Matt Price, Christian Walker2009 - Nolan Belcher, Jackie Bradley Jr.2008 - Whit Merrifield2006 - Mike Cisco, Andrew Crisp, Justin Smoak2004 - David Cash, Arik Hempy
  13. Game Recap: Baseball | 5/18/2019| Kent Reichert Carolina Qualifies for SEC Tournament with Series Finale Win over Mississippi State The Gamecocks earned the 12th seed with their two-run win on Saturday afternoon. STARKVILLE, Miss. – The University of South Carolina baseball team received 6.1 quality innings on the mound from Brett Kerry and got a pair of home runs from Andrew Eyster as the Gamecocks earned the 12th spot in the SEC Tournament with a 10-8 win over No. 5 Mississippi State Saturday afternoon (May 18) at Dudy Noble Field. (CLICK TO VIEW)
  14. Game Recap: Baseball | 5/16/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Carolina Falls to No. 5 Mississippi State Thursday Night The Gamecocks fall, 24-7, to the Bulldogs to open the three-game series. STARKVILLE, Miss. – The University of South Carolina baseball team fell, 24-7, to No. 5 Mississippi State to open a three-game SEC series Thursday night (May 16) at Dudy Noble Field. (CLICK TO READ)
  15. Baseball 5/15/2019, | Kent Reichert | GCF Staff Report Carolina Faces Mississippi State in Final Regular-Season Series The Gamecocks and Bulldogs start the series Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. EDT. COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The University of South Carolina baseball team closes out the 2019 regular season this weekend in Starkville, Miss., as the Gamecocks face No. 5 Mississippi State at Dudy Noble Field. (Click to view article)
  16. Game Recap: Baseball | 5/14/2019 | Kent Reichert Beamon's Walk-Off Hit Lifts Carolina Past USC Upstate Jonah Beamon's single to left scored Jacob English and gave the Gamecocks a 1-0 win in the final home game of 2019. COLUMBIA, S.C. – Freshman Jonah Beamon's single to left scored pinch runner Jacob English and gave the University of South Carolina baseball team a 1-0 win over USC Upstate Tuesday night (May 14) in the final game of 2019 at Founders Park. (Click to view article with gallery, Videos & more)
  17. Gamecock Baseball Notebook 5/12/2019 | Baseball May 12, 2019 COLUMBIA -The University of South Carolina baseball team went 2-2 this week, falling to Furman on Wednesday night before taking the series with Kentucky at Founders Park. (CLICK TO READ)
  18. Carolina Opens Kentucky Series with a 5-4 Win Andrew Eyster's home run in the seventh gives the Gamecocks a one-run win on Friday night. COLUMBIA, S.C. – Andrew Eyster broke a 4-all tie with a solo home run in the seventh and the freshman trio of Cam Tringali, Dylan Harley and Brett Kerry allowed just five hits as the University of South Carolina baseball team defeated Kentucky, 5-4, to start a crucial three-game series Friday night (May 10) at Founders Park.Eyster's eighth home run of the season was a big one, breaking the tie leading off the seventh. The sophomore is now hitting .300 on the season and has 26 RBI. Harley came out and retired the side in the eighth with a pair of strikeouts while Kerry had a 1-2-3 ninth to pick up his sixth save of the season. (click here to read along with Gallery, Stats, Videos & More)
  19. South Carolina rules out four more pitchers for rest of year, bringing total to eight May 09, 2019 The list of South Carolina baseball pitchers out for the remainder of the season continues to grow to staggering lengths ahead of the team’s final home series of the year. (READ MORE)
  20. Carolina to Honor Bass with Jersey Retirement Saturday Night South Carolina will posthumously retire the jersey of Earl Bass prior to the May 4 game against Vanderbilt COLUMBIA – The University of South Carolina athletic department will posthumously retire the jersey of Earl Bass prior to the Gamecocks' May 4 game against Vanderbilt. First pitch between Carolina and the Commodores is set for 8 p.m. and will be televised on ESPNU. Bass was an outstanding pitcher for the Gamecocks and compiled a 34-3 career record despite missing most of the 1973 season with an arm injury. A first-team All-America selection in 1974 and 1975, Bass had a 12-1 mark in 1974 and was 17-1 in 1975. He set a then-national record by winning 23 consecutive games over two seasons, a feat that still ranks second in the NCAA. Bass holds school record for shutouts (10), earned-run-average (1.34) and strikeouts (392). Bass was runner-up in balloting for the Lefty Gomez Plate, symbolic of the top amateur baseball player in the United States, when he pitched the Gamecocks to within one game of the NCAA championship at the College World Series in Omaha, Neb., in 1975. He was inducted into the South Carolina Letterman's Hall of Fame in 1989 and was an SEC Legend at the 2017 SEC Baseball Tournament. Bass lost his battle with cancer on Feb. 4, 2018, at the age of 65. Bass' jersey will adorn the outfield wall along with former head coach and current Athletics Director Ray Tanner's No. 1 jersey, which was retired in 2013. By policy, there is a five-year waiting period after a former Gamecock student-athlete's last final season of participation before their jersey can be considered for retirement. As part of the policy, the University will retire jerseys, but will not retire numbers. Those numbers previously retired will continue to be in a retired state. Carolina is retiring four jerseys this spring as Trinity Johnson (softball), Miki Barber (women's track and field )and Terrence Trammell (men's track and field) all had their jerseys retired in April. Carolina will open the three-game series with Vanderbilt on Friday night (May 3) with a 7 p.m. first pitch at Founders Park.
  21. Owasso, OK - Collinsville graduate and Cowley County C.C. pitcher Brannon Jordan announced on Nov. 9, 2018 he had committed to play baseball for the Gamecocks. The 6-2, 195 RHP pitcher - a member of the 2019 class (for the 2020 season), Jordan was continuing down a well-worn path from Owasso to Columbia, SC that already held the footprints of past Cardinal standouts Jonah Bride and Braden Webb, past Gamecocks who are playing their trade in the MLB minor leagues. Jordan would take a side-road via the Junior College ranks at Cowley County Community College, but he has made a very notable mark on the JC records on Saturday April 27th, as he threw a 7-inning no-hitter against the NJCAA 12th-ranked team Johnson County. Jordan threw 7 strikeouts with 3 walks, in the 7-inning shortened game due to it being the first of a double-header played on Saturday. Jordan's Cowley County C.C. Tigers won 2-0. Jordan stands currently with the top ERA for a starting pitcher for Cowley County C.C., of 2.48, with a record of 4-2 in 9 starts, 32.2 IP, with 47 Ks and 11 BBs. For Brannon's efforts, he earned the NJCAA DI Pitcher of the Week honors: Congrats Brannon! Looks like help is on it's way for the Baseball program!
  22. In the bottom of the seventh against the Chicago White Sox on Friday night, Greiner worked the count to 2-2 and then launched a fastball 367 feet. It wasn’t enough to rally his team in a 7-3 loss.
  23. THE DAILY CROW | Gamecocks face Crimson Tide in “must-win” SEC series April 04, 2019 Chris breaks down this weekend’s series against Alabama as South Carolina looks to win their first SEC series of 2019.
  24. Another rotation shuffle as South Carolina looks to overcome slow SEC start March 28, 2019 Starting pitchers (Friday): USC — Fr. RHP Daniel Lloyd (2-1, 4.32 ERA); Auburn — So. RHP Tanner Burns (3-0, 1.41 ERA) Starting pitchers (Saturday): USC — Jr. RHP Reid Morgan (2-0, 2.56 ERA); Auburn — Fr. LHP Brooks Fuller (1-0, 1.62 ERA) Starting pitchers (Sunday): USC — TBA; Auburn — TBA Been here before: For the second year in a row, South Carolina is off to a 1-5 start in the SEC. Last season, that worked out fine, with the Gamecocks surging to a 17-13 conference mark and berth in the NCAA Super Regionals, but coach Mark Kingston doesn’t want his players complacent with that record. “You say it (about last year), you don’t talk about it too much because you don’t want to get into the habit of thinking a 1-5 start is OK,” Kingston said. “You make sure they know it in a way that they know they can bounce back, but you also don’t want them to think it’s OK either.” Another Friday freshman: Kingston and pitching coach Skylar Meade are shuffling their weekend rotation once again, switching freshman Daniel Lloyd in for freshman Wesley Sweatt as the starter on Friday night. “The stats are very clear that Wesley was in the ones in his ERA out of the bullpen, and as a starter not so much. Some decisions are pretty easy to make,” Kingston said of the move. “Danny has done enough now in his smaller roles and he did fine on the Tuesday night that he started that he gets a shot and we’ll see how he does.” The Gamecocks’ pitching depth has been ravaged by injuries this season, and at this point, Kingston is sticking with his decision to keep his best starter, junior Reid Morgan, on Saturday to theoretically give his bullpen a day of rest between games it will likely be heavily leaned upon. Cutting down on Ks: When it comes to home runs, no Power 5 team in the country hits more long balls than South Carolina, which also ranks 15th nationally in slugging percentage. But Kingston is well aware that those power numbers had led to relatively few runs, especially as of late. Hitting better with runners in scoring position and cutting down on strikeouts — USC has struck out more than any other team in the SEC — were the main points of emphasis this past week. “We’re working on it mentally, physically and mechanically. It’s very clear to everybody in this building that is what needs to change and improve,” Kingston said of his team’s strikeout issues. It’s not one single issue that’s been leading to the Gamecocks’ 250 strikeouts in 25 games, a pace that would smash the program record. “Some guys need to do a better job of shortening their swings with two strikes and getting team at-bats, some guys need to stop swinging at balls out of the strike zone, some guys need to be more aggressive on balls away from them. It’s a variety of things,” Kingston said. Things won’t be easy against an Auburn staff full of power arms, Kingston acknowledged, especially against Tigers ace Tanner Burns, who already had a 15-strikeout performance to his name this season.
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