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  1. Gamecocks sets dates, opponents for fall baseball scrimmages August 13, 2019 For the second consecutive season, South Carolina baseball is set to take on North Carolina State and Georgia Tech in a pair of fall scrimmages, the team announced Tuesday. The Gamecocks will travel to NC State on Sept. 29 and will host Georgia Tech on Oct. 20 at 1:30 p.m. Last year was the first time the NCAA allowed baseball programs to schedule two scrimmages in the autumn against other teams without counting towards the 56-game schedule in the spring. USC hosted NC State for four and a half innings before lightning canceled the scrimmage, then went to Georgia Tech and played 14 innings. In the 2019 regular season, South Carolina and North Carolina State met at BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte for a midweek contest. on April 2. The Gamecocks defeated the Wolfpack, 10-8, on a walk-off home run from Jacob Olson. USC will face NC State at Doak Field at Dail Park and will host Georgia Tech a week later at Founders Park. The home game will be free and open to the public. The Wolfpack were 42-19 last year and played in the Greenville Regional, while the Yellow Jackets were 43-19, hosted the Atlanta Regional and were the No. 3 overall national seed in the 2019 NCAA tournament.
  2. Another South Carolina baseball player has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal. Outfielder Joel Brewer, who spent his first year with the Gamecocks in 2019, is going to transfer from the program.
  3. 2020 Gamecock Baseball: Gamecock rotation, lineup spots in 2020 are ‘gonna be wide open,’ Mark Kingston says June 17, 2019 Pitcher Brett Kerry was a freshman All-American. Outfielder Andrew Eyster exploded toward the end of the year. Catcher Luke Berryhill was a rock behind the plate. In a mostly disastrous 2019 season, South Carolina baseball had a few bright spots — guys who could conceivably play a role for the Gamecocks as they try to move forward from the program’s worst campaign in nearly 25 years. And coach Mark Kingston isn’t saying they won’t. But in his postseason press conference in May, he made one thing clear: Playing time this past season guarantees nothing moving forward, especially on his young pitching staff where some freshmen were pressed into unfamiliar roles by injuries. (CLICK TO VIEW FULL ARTICLE) THE STATE
  4. The MLB draft starts Monday at 7 p.m., extending for 40 rounds through Wednesday. The first two rounds Monday night will be televised on the MLB Network, with the rest livestreamed on MLB.com. Players who should come in: Signees Brodie Blanton, RJ Dantin, Jonathan Machamer, Will McGregor, Trey Tujetsch and Braylen Wimmer should be on campus in the fall. 50/50: Andrew Peters (pitcher) Brannon Jordan (pitcher) Thomas Farr (pitcher) Brett Thomas (pitcher) Brennan Milone (infielder) Luke Little (pitcher) James Nix (OF) Most likely gone: Tyler Callihan (third baseman) Ivan Johnson (infielder) Eligible Seniors, Juniors & Sophomores 2019 MLB Draft Seniors Jacob Olson (infielder/outfielder) Chris Cullen (catcher/infielder) TJ Hopkins (outfielder) 50/50 Juniors & Sophomores Luke Berryhill (catcher) Reid Morgan (pitcher) George Callil (infielder) Most likely to stay Juniors & Sophomores Ridge Chapman, Gage Hinson, Graham Lawson, Cole Ganopulos and Hayden Lehman should be back for 2020 campaign
  5. Jordan Holladay has officially entered the transfer portal and will leave the program according to Gamecockcentral June 05, 2019 After injuries limited him as a true freshman (he played in just seven games and hit .077), Holladay ended his second season in Columbia this year hitting .238/.298/.310 with six RBI as a redshirt freshman. The Gamecocks are now down to 41 players on next year's roster and need to get that to the mandated 35-man roster for when the 2020 season starts.
  6. Duties changing on Carolina's baseball staff By JOHN WHITTLE 247sports, | June 4, 2019 The staff will remain the same but some roles will be different for the South Carolina baseball staff next season. Head coach Mark Kingston, who just completed his second year with the program, announced the changes on Tuesday during his year-end press conference. Director of Player Development Trip Couch will switch roles with full-time assistant coach Mike Current, which is a change that happened at the conclusion of the regular season. FREE ARTICLE (CLICK TO VIEW)
  7. Third Gamecock baseball player enters transfer portal May 30, 2019 Another South Carolina baseball player is leaving the program — shortstop Nick Neville has entered the transfer portal, a team spokesperson confirmed Thursday. Neville, a junior college transfer who spent a season at Notre Dame and a season at San Jacinto College before joining South Carolina, started 19 games for the Gamecocks this season, primarily at the beginning of the year. He hit .127 with three RBIs in 63 at-bats, but struck out 27 times. He was eventually displaced from the lineup by junior George Callil. (READ MORE)
  8. Two Gamecocks enter NCAA Transfer Portal May 23, 2019 A pair of infielders - rising senior Quinntin Perez and rising sophomore Jacob English - are looking to transfer from the South Carolina baseball program. They are the first two of what is likely to be many departures this offseason.
  9. Gamecock Baseball Notebook 5/18/2019 | Baseball May 18, 2019 COLUMBIA -The University of South Carolina baseball team went 2-2 this week, defeating USC Upstate in the midweek and winning Saturday's game at No. 5 Mississippi State to qualify for the SEC Tournament. (CLICK TO VIEW)
  10. Opportunity lost: Gamecocks fall apart late to hand Mississippi State win in game 2 Saturday final game of the season 2:00 pm ET May 17, 2019 Gifted a pair of runs and riding a strong outing from the staff ace, South Carolina baseball looked like it might be able to make things interesting Friday night against No. 5 Mississippi State. As the Gamecocks’ competition for the 12th and final SEC tournament spot were blown out by their respective opponents, Carolina had the chance to steal a win on the road and move ahead in the standings. Instead, it all unraveled in rapid fashion late, and USC dropped its ninth conference series on the year in an 11-2 loss to the Bulldogs. South Carolina (27-27, 7-22 SEC), Alabama and Kentucky all started and finished Friday evening tied for 12th place in the conference — Kentucky lost to Vanderbilt, and Alabama lost to Georgia. As they did in the series opener Thursday, the Gamecocks jumped out to an early lead at Dudy-Noble Field on Friday, this time with plenty of help from MSU freshman starter JT Ginn. In the top of the third, senior first baseman Chris Cullen got things started with a single, freshman second baseman Jonah Beamon moved him over on a sacrifice bunt and beat the throw to first, and sophomore left fielder Andrew Eyster walked to load the bases. Ginn then threw two wild pitches to plate a pair of runs. On the mound, Carolina junior starter Reid Morgan held the potent Bulldog lineup in check for most of the night and was efficient in doing so, only needing 77 pitches to make it through six innings.
  11. Smaller crowds, fewer wins. How USC diehards survived historically bad baseball season May 15, 2019, | the state When South Carolina’s baseball team is winning, Bobby Pelosi’s parking lot is stacked full. On Tuesday night, business wasn’t any good at all. “When you don’t win, they don’t show up,” said Pelosi, 65, who runs the parking operations for Palmetto Tile and Columbia Printing on Huger Street. “When they were playing really well, I’d pack this place up. I had them parked all the way to the trees.” (READ MORE)
  12. Baseball 5/13/2019 Kerry Named SEC Freshman of the Week Brett Kerry picked up a pair of saves in a series win over Kentucky. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Coming off picking up a pair of saves in the series win over Kentucky, Brett Kerry has been named the Southeastern Conference Baseball Freshman of the Week, it was announced this afternoon (Monday, May 13) by the league office. Kerry was dominant in the back of the bullpen to help the Gamecocks clinch a series win over Kentucky. The freshman needed just seven pitches in the ninth on Friday, recording a strikeout to pick up the save in the 5-4 victory. Then on Saturday, Kerry was asked to pitch the final three frames and struck out five of his 10 batters faced. The only hit he gave up was on an infield single in the ninth. On the season, Kerry is 3-1 with a 2.60 earned-run-average, seven saves and 61 strikeouts in just 52 innings pitched. He is eighth in the SEC in opponent's batting average (.199). This is the second time that Kerry has received a weekly conference honor. He was named Co-Freshman of the Week on March 4. Carolina closes out the home portion of its schedule on Tuesday night (May 14) as the Gamecocks host USC Upstate. First pitch is set for 7 p.m.
  13. Game Recap: Baseball | 5/12/2019 | Kent Reichert Carolina Falls to Kentucky to Close Out Series The Gamecocks drop a 6-2 decision Sunday morning at Founders Park COLUMBIA, S.C. – The University of South Carolina baseball team fell to Kentucky, 6-2, to close out its home conference schedule. The Gamecocks took the series by winning the first two games of the series. (Click to view with gallery, videos & more)
  14. Game Recap: Baseball | 5/11/2019 | Kent Reichert | GCF Staff Report Two-Out Magic Lifts Carolina Past Kentucky to Clinch Series Win The Gamecocks scored 10 of their 11 runs with two-out in an eight-run win over the Wildcats. COLUMBIA, S.C. – The University of South Carolina baseball team celebrated Senior Day with an offensive outburst as the Gamecocks clinched a series win with an 11-3 victory over Kentucky Saturday afternoon (May 11) at Founders Park.The Gamecocks rattled off 13 hits and put up crooked numbers in three separate frames. Brady Allen was 3-for-5 with three RBI and two runs scored, while Noah Campbell, TJ Hopkins, Chris Cullen and Wes Clarke had multi-hit days. (ARTICLE LINK WITH VIDEOS, GALLERY, STATS &MORE)
  15. Gamecocks win series game 2 over Kentucky 11-3 final May 11, 2019 On Senior Day, South Carolina baseball got key contributions from veterans and rookies alike, thumping Kentucky 11-3 Saturday to secure its first SEC series win of the year. Seniors accounted for four of the Gamecocks’ RBIs, and freshmen took care of six more — all 10 of those runs came with two outs, as USC (26-24, 7-19 SEC) hit 11-for-19 with no outs to give. (READ MORE)
  16. Way too many injuries in our 3 major sports Sophomore TJ Shook, who has been South Carolina’s de facto Sunday starter as of late, will “very likely” miss the rest of the season after reaggravating a back injury he suffered in high school in last weekend’s game against Missouri, coach Mark Kingston announced Thursday.
  17. For the first time in decades there could be no Palmetto State teams in NCAA tourney May 02, 2019 The Palmetto State has produced three college baseball national title teams in the past decade, while no other state has produced more than one. But what has become arguably the top state for college baseball in the country in recent years is suddenly in position to end a streak that has lasted more than four decades. The state of South Carolina has put at least one team in the NCAA Tournament every year since 1973. Clemson has been to the tournament 38 times during that span, while South Carolina has made it 32. Schools like Coastal Carolina (2016 national title winner) and the College of Charleston have also been regular participants recently. But with three weekends remaining in the regular season, only one Palmetto State team is in D1Baseball’s latest projected field of 64 and that is Clemson. The Tigers are a No. 3 seed in East Carolina’s region and are one of D1Baseball’s final five teams in after losing nine of their past 10 ACC games. “This is a state that historically produces a lot of postseason teams,” D1Baseball co-managing editor Kendall Rogers told The State. “And if you look around the state right now, I mean it’s hard to find a team that’s going to be in the postseason.” The Gamecocks are 0-7 in SEC series with three remaining and are in danger of not even reaching the SEC Tournament. Clemson has ACC series remaining against N.C. State and Wake Forest and will need to play well in those and in the ACC Tournament to ensure that they earn a regional berth. The Palmetto State has produced three college baseball national title teams in the past decade, while no other state has produced more than one. But what has become arguably the top state for college baseball in the country in recent years is suddenly in position to end a streak that has lasted more than four decades. The state of South Carolina has put at least one team in the NCAA Tournament every year since 1973. Clemson has been to the tournament 38 times during that span, while South Carolina has made it 32. Schools like Coastal Carolina (2016 national title winner) and the College of Charleston have also been regular participants recently. But with three weekends remaining in the regular season, only one Palmetto State team is in D1Baseball’s latest projected field of 64 and that is Clemson. The Tigers are a No. 3 seed in East Carolina’s region and are one of D1Baseball’s final five teams in after losing nine of their past 10 ACC games. “This is a state that historically produces a lot of postseason teams,” D1Baseball co-managing editor Kendall Rogers told The State. “And if you look around the state right now, I mean it’s hard to find a team that’s going to be in the postseason.” The Gamecocks are 0-7 in SEC series with three remaining and are in danger of not even reaching the SEC Tournament. Clemson has ACC series remaining against N.C. State and Wake Forest and will need to play well in those and in the ACC Tournament to ensure that they earn a regional berth.
  18. Berryhill blast gives Gamecocks chance to win SEC series April 20, 2019 South Carolina ended a two-game SEC losing streak and gave itself a chance for its first series win in conference play this year by beating No. 7 Texas A&M 3-2 in Founders Park on Saturday afternoon. The Gamecocks (23-15, 5-11 SEC) will take on the Aggies (27-12, 9-6-1) at 4 p.m. in the final game of the series. The game will be televised by SEC Network. Both Saturday games will be seven-inning games. Luke Berryhill’s three-run home run in the bottom of the first powered South Carolina to a 3-0 lead. The Aggies got two runs back in the top of the second. Sophomore starter T.J. Shook of Irmo got the victory. Freshman closer Brett Kerry got his fifth save of the season. It was South Carolina’s second win over top 20 team in the last week. The Gamecocks beat No. 17 North Carolina 5-2 on Tuesday.
  19. Baseball 4/19/2019 Severe Weather Postpones Friday's Baseball Game vs. Texas A&M The two teams will play two seven-inning games Saturday beginning at 12 p.m. COLUMBIA – Friday night's baseball game between South Carolina and Texas A&M has been postponed due to severe weather hitting Columbia in the afternoon and evening. The teams will now play a doubleheader on Saturday, April 20 to close out the series. Per SEC policy, both games will be seven innings as it is the final day of the series. Game one will start at noon and be streamed on SEC Network +. Game two will begin at 4 p.m. and will be televised on SEC Network.TICKET INFORMATIONTicket holders who have Friday April 19th reserved tickets will be able to sit in their seats for the 12 pm game until the game concludes and then move to the BILO Berm/SRO areas. Ticket holders who have Saturday April 20th reserved tickets can come in for the 12 pm game and go to the BILO Berm/SRO areas and then move into their seats when the 4pm game begins. PROMOTIONS UPDATEDue to the change in game schedules, there have been changes to the Year of the Kids promotions. The Easter Egg Hunt will begin when gates open for Game 1 (10:30 a.m). Easter Eggs filled with prizes will be hidden throughout Founders Park for fans to find. A limited number of clear bags will be distributed at Gate 1 for the Easter Egg Hunt. Following Game 2, kids 12 and under will be able to participate in Future Scholars Kids Run the Bases. Texas A&M at South CarolinaGame 1 – Saturday, April 20 at 12 p.m. (SEC Network +)Game 2 – Saturday, April 20 at 4 p.m. (SEC Network)
  20. Home run parade, strong pitching push Gamecocks to series-tying win over Florida April 12, 2019 An uncharacteristically rough outing for its pitcher and lackluster hitting with runners in scoring position sunk South Carolina in its series opener against Florida on Thursday. A career-best outing from its pitcher and a much-needed power surge helped USC even the series Friday, as the Gamecocks slugged their way past UF, 6-3. All told, Carolina (21-14, 4-10 SEC) connected for four home runs on the evening, its most in conference play this year. Sophomore catcher Luke Berryhill had a two-run blast in the third, preceded by a solo shot from junior shortstop George Callil and followed by two more solo blasts from junior third baseman Quinntin Perez and senior first baseman Chris Cullen in the fourth. Those homers backed up a quality start from redshirt freshman pitcher Cam Tringali, who went a career-high six innings while striking out three, walking none and giving up four hits. Tringali’s only earned run allowed came after he exited in the seventh inning after giving up a leadoff single in the seventh. Florida then loaded the bases with two outs off a single and walk against freshman reliever Wesley Sweatt, and Sweatt was then pulled for freshman reliever Brett Kerry, who gave up a run on an infield single. South Carolina’s only run that did not come off a long ball was in the second, as senior right fielder Jacob Olson smacked a double that ricocheted off the third baseman’s glove and into foul territory, then made it to third on a wild pitch and scored on an RBI single from Cullen. Kerry ran into trouble in the eight, giving up a single and walk to start the inning before battling back to record two outs. Florida, however, responded with a single and double to push two runs across. Kerry also faced trouble in the ninth with runners on second and third and two outs, but he rallied with a strikeout to close out the win.
  21. POSTED ON APRIL 3, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW THE DAILY CROW | Can last night’s upset win over #3 NC State lead to a mid-season resurgence for the Gamecocks? Chris breaks down the Gamecocks win over NC State and what it means for USC’s season moving forward.
  22. Olson's Walk-Off Home Run Lifts Carolina Past No. 3 N.C. State With Video, Stats & More Jacob Olson's third multi-home run games gives the Gamecocks their fourth walk-off win of the year. April 03, 2019 CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The University of South Carolina baseball team walked off No. 3 North Carolina State on Jacob Olson's second home run of the game and 11th of the season in a 10-8 victory Tuesday night (April 2) at BB&T Ballpark. (CLICK TO VIEW)
  23. APRIL 1, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW THE DAILY CROW | After losing two of three to Auburn, is making the postseason still a realistic possibility? Chris breaks down the Gamecocks series loss to Auburn and what postseason chances look like after a 2-7 start in SEC play.
  24. Gamecocks blank No. 15 Auburn to even SEC series March 30, 2019 The Gamecocks snapped a three-game losing streak with a 4-0 blanking of Auburn at Founders Park. For a while, Jenkins was all the offense Carolina (17-10, 2-6 SEC) needed. The redshirt freshman’s solo home run in the second inning was just enough cushion for Reid Morgan. Carolina’s most trusted arm delivered in a big way against the nation’s 15th-ranked team. Morgan logged an efficient seven-plus shutout innings, allowing five hits, recording four strikeouts and walking one over 96 pitches. The junior at one point retired 18 of 20 batters. It was a noteworthy performance after Morgan failed to get past the sixth inning in his two previous SEC starts. It was also needed due to his Auburn counterpart. After relying on ace Tanner Burns in a 4-2 win Friday night, the Tigers brought Brooks Fuller — and his 1.62 ERA — to the mound 18 hours later. When the lefty exited after walking Jacob Olson to lead off the sixth, USC was clinging to a 1-0 lead. The advantage jumped to 4-0 by the frame’s end as the Gamecocks had their patience rewarded. Following Olson’s walk, Luke Berryhill did the same and then Chris Cullen moved them both over with a sacrifice bunt. Brady Allen then walked to load the bases for Jenkins. A different tale from his second inning at-bat, Jenkins traded power for a weak grounder to the pitcher. But Auburn reliever Elliott Anderson air-mailed a throw to first, allowing both Berryhill and Olson to score. A passed ball later brought Allen home, making if official: The Gamecocks scored three runs in the sixth without recording a hit. Auburn dropped to 21-6 (5-3 SEC). The Tigers threatened Morgan in sixth (runner stranded at third base) and seventh (runners left at first and second), but they couldn’t crack the native Texan. He exited in the eighth to a standing ovation.
  25. Gamecocks can’t rally past No. 15 Auburn, drops to 1-6 in SEC play March 29, 2019 Daniel Lloyd, the latest South Carolina pitcher to get his crack at a Friday night start, not only set down Auburn in order, he did it with style. Swinging, looking, swinging. Three Tigers, three strikeouts. Lloyd, a freshman, was touching 93 mph on the Founders Park radar gun, perhaps a sign this chilly USC team was going to heat up after all. But by the middle of the second inning, some momentum had worn off. The 15th-ranked Tigers had strung together enough hits to put pressure on the USC offense the rest of the evening. There was only so much Lloyd could do without a ton of support. South Carolina’s lineup struggles continued in a 4-2 loss to Auburn. The Gamecocks (16-10, 1-6 SEC) got a two-run homer from Noah Campbell, but not much else against Auburn ace Tanner Burns. Regarded as one of the top arms in the country, Burns came as advertised in helping the Tigers improve to 21-5 (5-2 SEC). The right-hander allowed four hits, two runs and stuck out seven batters over 6 2/3 innings. Burns, a sophomore, was making his 24th straight start to his Auburn career. Lloyd was making just his third. The Summerville native did his job, lasting a career-long five innings, striking out eight batters, walking two and allowing six hits. The three runs all came in the second inning as the Tigers had four straight singles, the last from Judd Ward to make it a 3-0 advantage. South Carolina, which entered last in the SEC in batting average and hits, didn’t have a runner in scoring position until the fifth inning. T.J. Hopkins reached on a throwing error to lead off the sixth and Campbell followed by belting his fourth HR of the season. The Gamecocks threatened in the eighth when Hopkins led off with a walk and was moved over with a Campbell bunt. But neither Jacob Olson nor Luke Berryhill could produce against Auburn reliever Elliott Anderson. The Tigers added an insurance run in the top of the ninth with an RBI double from Rankin Woley. Carolina was a few feet from tying things in the bottom of the ninth when Brady Allen, with a runner at first, flew out to the warning track in right. USC is 1-6 in the SEC for the first time since 1992, its first season in the league
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