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  1. BOX SCORE (PDF) BOX SCORE PHOTO GALLERY Next Game: at Missouri 4/26/2019 | 6:30 p.m. CT SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER MATCHUP HISTORY 3 Charleston Southern 16-28 10 South Carolina 24-17 Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Charleston Southern 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 3 South Carolina 2 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 X 10 12 1 W: Daniel Lloyd (3-3) L: ADAMS, Logan (0-2) Game Recap: Baseball | 4/23/2019 11:04:00 PM | Kent Reichert Early Runs Lift Baseball Past Charleston Southern in North Augusta The Gamecocks score 10 in the first three innings in a 10-3 win over the Buccaneers. NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. – The University of South Carolina baseball team scored 10 runs in the first three innings of play in a 10-3 win over Charleston Southern Tuesday night (April 23) at SRP Park.After Daniel Lloyd struck out the side in the top of the first, the Gamecocks put a pair of runs up in the bottom of the frame. Noah Campbell belted a solo home run to right center, his fifth of the season, to make it 1-0. Luke Berryhill then singled, stole second and scored on a Jacob Olson single through the right side.The Gamecocks sent 10 men to the plate in a six-run second inning. Brady Allen's RBI triple and Luke Berryhill's two-run home run, his 10th home run of the season, highlighted the frame that gave Carolina an 8-0 lead.Allen and Josiah Sightler tripled to open the third inning. The Gamecocks made it 10-0 on Campbell's RBI infield single. Charleston Southern answered with three runs in the top of the fourth and had the bases loaded with two out, but Sawyer Bridgescame in and got a fly out to keep it at 10-3. That is where the score remained until the end of the game.Lloyd earned the win on the mound, striking out seven and allowing four hits and one earned run in 3.2 innings of work. Bridges had four strikeouts in 2.1 innings of relief as the Gamecocks used six pitchers on the night.Campbell led Carolina's offense with three hits while Allen and Berryhill had two hits apiece. Allen had two triples on the night, becoming the first Gamecock with two triples in a game since Lonnie Chisenhall against Western Kentucky in 2007. GAMECHANGER The Gamecocks put up six runs in the second inning, highlighted by a two-run home run from Berryhill. KEY STAT Carolina had three triples on the night, Allen with two three-baggers and Sightler with one. NOTABLE Carolina played in SRP Park for the first time in program history in tonight's win. Josiah Sightler picked up his first hit of the season with his triple in the third. Carolina now has 10 triples on the season. TJ Hopkins has three followed by Allen's two. Carolina moves to 19-4 in non-conference games this season. UP NEXT The Gamecocks travel to Columbia, Mo., to start a three-game series at Missouri on Friday night (April 26) at 6:30 p.m. CT. The game will be streamed on SEC Network +.
  2. FeatheredCock

    Carolina Splits Doubleheader with Texas A&M

    Game 1 Game 2 2 Texas A&M 28-12-1, 10-6-1 SEC 3 South Carolina 23-16, 5-12 SEC Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E Texas A&M 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 South Carolina 3 0 0 0 0 0 X 3 2 2 W: TJ Shook (3-1) L: Lacy, Asa (6-2) S: Brett Kerry (5) Game Recap: Baseball | 4/20/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Carolina Splits Doubleheader with Texas A&M The Gamecocks take game one, 3-2, on a Luke Berryhill home run and fall, 6-3 in the nightcap. BOX SCORE 1 BOX SCORE 2 Story Links GAME 1 BOX SCORE (PDF) GAME 2 BOX SCORE (PDF) Next Game: vs. Charleston Southern 4/23/2019 | 7 p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER MATCHUP HISTORY COLUMBIA – The University of South Carolina baseball team and Texas A&M split the two games of Saturday's doubleheader, with Carolina winning the first by a score of 3-2 and Texas A&M taking the rubber match game 6-3. Both games were hard fought, with just six total hits between the two teams in game one and intermittent rain showers throughout. Carolina had just two hits through the first seven-inning contest, one of which was the deciding factor for the game. Strong wind gusts had the potential to play a factor with two home runs in the first two innings, but the pitchers for both squads looked extremely strong, keeping the bats at bay. The Gamecocks scored all three of their runs in the first inning. Texas A&M starter Asa Lacy hit the first two Carolina batters before Luke Berryhill crushed a three-run home run into the Carolina bullpen making the score 3-0 in favor of South Carolina. Berryhill's ninth homer of the season came on a 3-1 count. Texas A&M got a pair of runs back in the top of the second. The leadoff batter in the inning, Logan Foster, hit his fourth home run of the season, a solo shot, into the Carolina bullpen, nearly in the exact same spot that Berryhill hit his. Zach DeLoach singled on the subsequent at-bat and Hunter Watson singled to bring him home from second base, with Carolina's lead now 3-2 where it would remain for the rest of the game. For South Carolina, RHP TJ Shook earned the win, giving up three hits and two runs while striking out three in four innings of work. Freshman RHP Brett Kerry looked stellar on the way to earning his fifth save of the season, allowing just one hit and striking out four in three innings of relief. For the Aggies, LHP Asa Lacy threw a complete game but suffered the loss. Lacy gave up just two hits and struck out six but allowed five walks and three runs. In the second game, it was A&M who got on the board first. The Aggies pieced together four base hits in a row to take a 3-0 lead in the top of the third inning. Zach DeLoach hit an RBI single with runners on second and third and then Braden Shewmake doubled with two runners on to drive in two more. The Gamecocks began to claw back in the bottom half of the third with one run. Noah Campbell singled and then George Callil doubled to drive him in after A&M's right fielder dove for the ball and missed, allowing Callil's ball to roll to the fence. Texas A&M answered, though, and continued the scoring in the fourth inning. Cam Blake led off the inning with a solo home run to right field, his first of the season. Carolina would not go down without a fight, though. In the bottom of the sixth, the Gamecocks pieced together a rally to put two more runs on the board and cut the lead to 4-3. Jacob Olson walked and then was driven in on a Chris Cullen double. A subsequent walk and single loaded the bases for Noah Campbell, who drew a walk himself for his 14th RBI of the season. The Aggies answered and added two more insurance runs in the top of the seventh when Bryce Blaum hit his fifth home run of the season off of Kerry, a two-run shot to left field. South Carolina starter Cam Tringali suffered the loss, giving up four runs in 4.1 innings pitched, while striking out five. For Texas A&M, reliever Joseph Menefee picked up the win and Kasey Kalich earned his 10th save of the season. Starting RHP Christian Roa gave up just one run, three hits, and struck out three in 3.2 innings of work. GAMECHANGER Luke Berryhill's three-run home run in the first gave the Gamecocks all the runs they would need in the game one win. Noah Campbelland George Callil each were hit by a pitch to start the first and Berryhill brought them in with the deep blast. KEY STAT Carolina pitched struck out 16 in the two seven-inning games, including five from Cam Tringali. NOTABLE Carolina falls in an SEC series for the sixth time this season. Both games were seven innings after the rainout on Friday night. Carolina is now 1-3 in doubleheaders this season. The Gamecocks lost both ends at Alabama on April 5. UP NEXT The Gamecocks will be back in action this Tuesday night (April 23) from SRP Park in North Augusta, S.C. as they take on the Charleston Southern Buccaneers at 7 p.m.
  3. FeatheredCock

    Carolina Drops Thursday Game to Texas A&M

    8 Texas A&M 28-11-1, 10-5-1 SEC 2 South Carolina 22-16, 4-12 SEC Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Texas A&M 0 1 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 8 10 1 South Carolina 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 1 W: Doxakis, John (5-2) L: Reid Morgan (3-3) Game Recap: Baseball | 4/18/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Carolina Drops Thursday Game to Texas A&M The Gamecocks allow seven runs in the seventh in an 8-2 loss. BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) PHOTO GALLERY Next Game: Texas A&M 4/19/2019 | 7 p.m. SECN + PREVIEW LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER MATCHUP HISTORY COLUMBIA – The University of South Carolina baseball team hung tight with the No. 7 Texas A&M until late in the game before allowing a seven-spot in the top of the seventh in an 8-2 loss to the Aggies Thursday night (April 18) at Founders Park. Texas A&M got the scoring started in the second inning. Carolina starter Reid Morgan allowed a double from Zach DeLoach combined with a fielding error. Ty Coleman squeaked out a single in the next at-bat, putting the Aggies ahead 1-0 early. Carolina took the lead in the bottom of the third inning with a big two-out rally. Chris Cullen singled, moved to second on a wild pitch and was brought home on a George Callil single to right field. Callil advanced to second on the throw home, putting him in position to score on the very next pitch when TJ Hopkins singled down the right field line, giving the Gamecocks a 2-1 lead. A&M regained the lead in the top of the seventh, putting up seven runs in the frame. Zach DeLoach led off with a single and an Aaron Walters double brought him home to tie the game up and give DeLoach his second run of the game. The very next batter, Hunter Watson, singled to bring home Walters and give the Aggies the 3-2 lead. The Gamecocks brought in John Gilreath and his first hitter, Bryce Blaum, singled, driving in Watson. Two walks after Blaum's single loaded the bases before Logan Foster stepped up to the plate and took the first pitch he saw for a grand slam, extending Texas A&M's lead to 8-2. For Carolina, Morgan suffered the loss in 6.1 innings of work, giving up eight hits and three earned runs while striking out seven. Luke Berryhill had two hits to lead Carolina's offense. For the Aggies, John Doxakis earned the win in 6.1 innings with eight strikeouts and just two earned runs. GAMECHANGER Texas A&M scored seven runs on five hits in the top of the seventh, capped by Logan Foster's grand slam. KEY STAT Aggie pitching struck out 12 Gamecocks on the night, allowing just five hits in the game. NOTABLE Luke Berryhill extended his on-base streak to 18 games, going 2-for-3 with a double and a walk. Carolina falls in the SEC series opener for the sixth time this year. Parker Coyne came in and pitched two hitless innings with two strikeouts. Berryhill now leads the team with 15 doubles on the year. UP NEXT The Gamecocks will look to bounce back on Friday, April 19, at Founders Park at 7 p.m. for game two of the series with the Aggies.
  4. Baseball 4/15/2019 4:37:00 PM Kent Reichert Baseball 4/15/2019 Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Carolina Ventures to Charlotte for Tuesday Night Contest vs. UNC Carolina will play at BB&T Ballpark for the second time this season. COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The University of South Carolina baseball team makes its second trip to BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte, N.C., as the Gamecocks face No. 17 North Carolina Tuesday night (April 16) at 7 p.m. Tuesday's game will be streamed on ACC Network Extra. All games will be broadcast on The Game 107.5 FM and the Gamecock Sports Network with Derek Scott and Tommy Moody on the call. Carolina dropped 2-of-3 games at Florida this past weekend. The Gamecocks won the Friday night game, 6-3, as Cam Tringali pitched six solid innings and the offense belted four home runs. PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION TuesdaySouth Carolina Daniel Lloyd (Fr. RHP) 2-3, 9.35 ERA, 17.1 IP, 13 BB, 21 SONorth Carolina Andrew Grogan (Jr. RHP) 2-0, 4.24 ERA, 23.1 IP, 11 BB, 18 SO SCOUTING NORTH CAROLINA The Tar Heels won 2-of-3 games at Notre Dame this past weekend. Aaron Sabato had three hits and drove in three runs in the 10-1 series-opening win over the Fighting Irish. Ike Freeman leads the Tar Heels with a .339 batting average while Sabato has 11 doubles and nine home runs. On the mound, Tyler Baum is 7-2 with a 3.33 earned-run-average and 61 strikeouts in 51.1 innings pitched. THE SERIES North Carolina leads the all-time series 63-37-1 heading into Tuesday's contest. Last season, the Tar Heels defeated the Gamecocks 11-3 on April 3 in Charlotte. Jonah Bride had two hits in the game. TRINGALI EARNS WIN OVER THE GATORS Cam Tringali had a strong start in Carolina's 6-3 win over Florida on Friday night. The redshirt freshman from Columbia went six-plus innings, allowing just four hits with one earned run and three strikeouts with no walks. Tringali earned the win against the Gators, his second of the season. He is now 2-0 with a 2.81 ERA and 41 strikeouts in 41.2 innings pitched. SEC LEADERS At the plate, Jacob Olson is second in the SEC with 12 home runs. Senior TJ Hopkins is tied for third in triples (3), tied for ninth in total bases (80) and 10th in slugging percentage (.576). Olson is third in slugging percentage (.638) and fifth in total bases (88). Luke Berryhill is sixth in doubles (12). On the mound, Reid Morgan is tied for fourth with 57.0 innings pitched and Cam Tringali is tied for fifth with 17 appearances. As a team, SC is 14th in batting average, 13th in ERA and seventh in fielding percentage. UP NEXT Carolina hosts Texas A&M in its third straight Thursday-Saturday series. Thursday and Friday's games will start at 7 p.m. with Saturday's contest a 4 p.m. first pitch. Saturday's game will be televised on SEC Network.
  5. FeatheredCock

    Gamecock Baseball Notebook

    Baseball 4/14/2019 Gamecock Baseball Notebook The Gamecocks went 2-2 on the week, defeating Charlotte on Tuesday and Florida on Friday. April 14, 2019COLUMBIA -The University of South Carolina baseball team went 2-2 on the week, defeating Charlotte, 5-4, on Tuesday night at Founders Park before falling in 2-of-3 games at Florida, winning Friday's game 6-3 with a strong start from Cam Tringali.Record: 21-15SEC: 4-11Home: 14-8Road: 6-6Neutral: 1-1Streak: L1Last Week:4/9/19 – Charlotte (W, 5-4)4/11/19 – at Florida (L, 5-9)4/12/19 – at Florida (W, 6-3)4/13/19 – at Florida (L, 4-6)NOTES:Carolina picked up its eighth one-run win on Tuesday night, defeating Charlotte 5-4 at Founders Park. It was Carolina's 11th win by one or two runs. Andrew Eyster had a solo home run in the sixth inning that gave the Gamecocks a lead it would never relinquish.Cam Tringali had a strong start in Carolina's 6-3 win over Florida on Friday night. The redshirt freshman from Columbia went six-plus innings, allowing just four hits with one earned run and three strikeouts with no walks. Tringali earned the win against the Gators, his second of the season.The Gamecocks hit four home runs in Friday night's win. George Callil and Luke Berryhill went deep in the third inning while Quinntin Perez and Chris Cullen went yard in the fourth. After the Florida series, the Gamecocks have hit 57 home runs on the season.Brett Kerry pitched the final 2.1 innings in Friday's win over Florida, and while he didn't pick up a save, he struck out a pair and got out of jams in the seventh and ninth innings to preserve the win. Kerry is 3-1 with a 2.10 ERA and 43 strikeouts in 34.1 innings pitched this season.Carolina heads to Charlotte for the second time this season on Tuesday night, facing North Carolina at 7 p.m. at BB&T Ballpark. The Gamecocks then play their third straight Thursday-Saturday series in a row, hosting Texas A&M at Founders Park. Saturday's game will be televised on SEC Network.Next Week4/16/19 – vs. North Carolina (in Charlotte, N.C.) – 7 p.m.4/18/19 – Texas A&M – 7 p.m. (SECN+)4/19/19 – Texas A&M – 7 p.m. (SECN+)4/20/19 – Texas A&M – 4 p.m. (SEC Network)
  6. 6 South Carolina 21-14, 4-10 SEC 3 Florida 23-14, 5-9 SEC Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E South Carolina 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 0 Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 3 11 0 W: Cam Tringali (2-0) L: Christian Scott (3-2) Game Recap: Baseball | 4/12/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Carolina Evens Up Florida Series Behind Power and Strong Pitching The Gamecocks belt four home runs and Cam Tringali allows just four hits in six innings in the 6-3 win. BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) Next Game: at Florida 4/13/2019 | 3:30 p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of South Carolina baseball team hit four home runs while Cam Tringali allowed just one earned run in six-plus innings of work as the Gamecocks evened up the series at Florida with a 6-3 win Friday night (April 12) at McKethan Stadium. The Gamecocks plated a run in the top of the second as Jacob Olson led off with a double to left. He moved to third on a wild pitch and scored on Chris Cullen's RBI infield single. Carolina then showed its power in the third. George Callil connected on a solo home run to left. Then after TJ Hopkins singled to right, Luke Berryhill belted a two-run home run to left for a 4-0 lead. The home run derby continued in the fourth as Quinntin Perez led off the frame with a home run to right, his first in a Gamecock uniform. Cullen then hit a solo shot to left, a lined scorcher that gave Carolina a 6-0 lead. Carolina kept it at 6-0 with a great defensive play in the sixth. Nelson Maldonado hit a ball to the wall in the left field gap. It went off TJ Hopkins and starting rolling to his left. Brady Allen picked up the ball, got it in to Noah Campbell who threw a perfect strike to the plate, thwarting Maldonado's inside-the-park home run chance. Florida did score a run in the seventh and two more in the eighth to tighten the game. Brett Kerry got out of trouble in both innings with pop outs, but in the ninth, the Gators got two more runners on. Kerry ended the game with a big strikeout to Kendrick Calilao, the tying man at the dish, to end the game. Tringali allowed just four hits and struck out three while not walking a batter in his six innings of work. Kerry had a pair of strikeouts on his birthday, allowing six hits in 2.1 innings of work. At the plate, Campbell, Berryhill and Cullen had two hits apiece, with the latter two driving in two runs. GAMECHANGER Tringali shut down the Florida offense to the tune of four hits and one earned run in six innings of work, picking up his second win of the season. KEY STAT Carolina had four home runs in the game, upping its season total to 56 on the season. NOTABLE Perez's home run marks the 10th Gamecock to hit a home run this season. Berryhill hit his eighth home run of the year and added to his team-leading total in doubles with 13. Carolina picks up its second straight road win with Cam Tringali on the mound. Cullen now has four career home runs against Florida after his solo shot on Friday. UP NEXT The two teams wrap up the series Saturday afternoon (April 13) at 3:30 p.m. The game will be streamed on SEC Network +.
  7. 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.
  8. FeatheredCock

    Carolina Falls to Florida in Series Opener

    5 South Carolina 20-14, 3-10 SEC 9 Florida 23-13, 4-9 SEC Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E South Carolina 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 5 5 0 Florida 0 0 6 0 1 0 0 2 X 9 11 0 W: Tommy Mace (6-3) L: Reid Morgan (3-2) Game Recap: Baseball | 4/11/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information Carolina Falls to Florida in Series Opener Florida scored six runs in the third inning to take game one in Gainesville. BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) Next Game: at Florida 4/12/2019 | 6:30 p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Florida scored six runs in the third inning and withstood a rally by the University of South Carolina baseball team in the late innings as the Gators defeated the Gamecocks, 9-5, Thursday night (April 11) at McKethan Stadium.Reid Morgan had no problem retiring the Gators in the first two innings, but ran into trouble in the third. He walked the first two batters, then got a strikeout on a fouled bunt attempt. Brady McConnell then hit an opposite-field three-run home run. Florida then had four straight hits, scoring two more runs. After a pop out to Chris Cullen, Jud Fabian reached on a bloop single, giving the Gators a 6-0 lead. Carolina scored a run in the fifth as George Callil brought in Jonah Beamon on a sacrifice fly to center. Florida answered in the bottom of the frame as Cory Acton's double scored Kendrick Calilao. The Gamecocks put up a pair of runs in the seventh as Beamon and Noah Campbell each scored on wild pitches. Florida brought in Nolan Crisp with runners on first and second in the inning and he induced a lineout to end the threat. Florida added a pair of runs in the eighth but Carolina threatened in the ninth. Back-to-back walks to Jordan Holladay and Beamon brought up pinch hitter Ian Jenkins, who laced an RBI double down the line in left. Two batters later, TJ Hopkins smoked a ball to left, but the wind held it up. It did score Beamon but a strikeout ended the game. Olson had two hits to lead Carolina's offense, while Beamon scored three runs. Morgan took the loss, allowing seven runs and nine hits with two strikeouts in five innings of work. GAMECHANGER Florida scored six runs in the third on six hits, the big blow a three-run home run by Brady McConnell. KEY STAT Carolina scored five runs, but had just five hits in the loss. The Gamecocks walked six times in the contest. NOTABLE TJ Hopkins recorded his 100th career RBI in Thursday's game. Jenkins had his sixth RBI in SEC games in the ninth inning of Thursday's game. Olson now has 13 multi-hit games, which leads the team. UP NEXT Carolina and Florida continue its three-game series Friday night (April 12) at 6:30 p.m. at McKethan Stadium. The game will be streamed on SEC Network +.
  9. 4 Charlotte 12-19-1 5 South Carolina 20-13 Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Charlotte 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 4 7 0 South Carolina 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 X 5 7 0 W: Sawyer Bridges (2-0) L: Spencer Ard (1-1) S: Wesley Sweatt (1) Game Recap: Baseball | 4/9/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Carolina Bests Charlotte in a One-Run Win with Videos, Gallery, Stats & More The Gamecocks use Andrew Eyster's solo home run in the sixth and solid pitching to earn the win. BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) PHOTO GALLERY Next Game: at Florida 4/11/2019 | 7:30 p.m. ESPNU LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER COLUMBIA – Andrew Eyster broke a 3-all tie with his fifth home run of the season and the University of South Carolina held on to a 5-4 win over Charlotte Tuesday night (April 9) at Founders Park. South Carolina took a 1-0 lead in the second inning on Brady Allen'sRBI single to left. Charlotte answered with runs in each of the next three innings, highlighted by a Tommy Bullock home run in the fourth. The Gamecocks tied up the game in the fifth. Eyster singled and went to second as Allen walked. Chris Cullen moved both runners up 90 feet with a sacrifice bunt and Eyster scored on Jonah Beamon's single to left. Noah Campbell then brought in Allen on a single up the middle. Eyster's home run with one out in the sixth gave Carolina the lead. George Callil then hit a sacrifice fly in the seventh, scoring Campbell, who tripled with one out in the inning. Charlotte brought in a run in the ninth on Alec Roberts RBI double but freshman Wesley Sweatt struck out Drew Ober to end the game.Sawyer Bridges earned the win in relief, striking out the side in the sixth. TJ Shook has a pair of strikeouts in a two-inning start. Sweatt earned the save in the ninth, his first of the season. Campbell and Eyster had two hits apiece to lead Carolina's offense. Eyster also scored a pair of runs. GAMECHANGER Eyster took his fifth home run of the season to the opposite field in the sixth, giving Carolina a 4-3 lead. KEY STAT The Gamecocks struck out just three times while recording 10 punchouts of their own. NOTABLE Carolina improves to 8-2 in one-run contests. Carolina now has 52 home runs on the season after Eyster's blast. Luke Berryhill's on-base streak has now reached 13 games after his walk in the second. John Gilreath pitched a pair of scoreless frames in the seventh and eighth innings. UP NEXT Carolina heads to Gainesville, Fla., to face Florida in its second straight Thursday-Saturday series. Thursday night's (April 11) game will start at 7:30 p.m. and be televised on ESPNU.
  10. 5 South Carolina 19-13, 3-9 SEC 4 Alabama 22-11, 4-8 SEC Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 R H E South Carolina 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 9 1 Alabama 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 7 2 W: Brett Kerry (3-1) L: Deacon Medders (2-2) Game Recap: Baseball | 4/6/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Carolina Wins Extra-Inning Thriller at Alabama Brett Kerry pitched 5.1 scoreless innings and George Callil made a diving stop to keep the game alive in the win. BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) Next Game: Charlotte 4/9/2019 | 7 p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – TJ Hopkins had three hits and scored the game-winning run, George Callil made a tremendous diving grab to keep the game alive and Brett Kerry pitched 5.2 scoreless innings to earn the win as the University of South Carolina baseball team picked up a 5-4, 12-inning win over Alabama Saturday afternoon (April 6) at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. Carolina scored the winning run in the top of the 12th frame. Hopkins walked with one out and stole second on a strikeout. He advanced to third and scored on a pair of wild pitches. The Crimson Tide almost won the game in the bottom of the 11th. Kerry retired the first two batters in order but a throwing error put a runner on second base. Brett Auerbach then hit a liner to the left side that looked like it was going to get through but Callil made a sprawling grab to keep the game going to the 11th. Kerry allowed two hits and struck out four with one walk in the 5.2 innings of work. Cam Tringali started the game for Carolina. He allowed four hits and four runs with two strikeouts in 4.1 innings. TJ Shook struck out a pair in two innings of relief. The Gamecocks scored a pair of runs in each of the first two innings. In the first, Noah Campbell led off the game with a single. He scored all the way from first as TJ Hopkins' single turned into a two-base error. Hopkins came across on a Luke Berryhill single. In the second, Chris Cullen doubled to lead off the frame. He went to third on Brady Allen's single. Alabama loaded the bases, intentionally walking Campbell. George Callil drove in a run with a single through the left side and Hopkins brought in Campbell with a single to left center. Alabama cut the lead in half in the third as Keith Holcombe's double scored two runs. The Crimson Tide then tied the contest in the fifth on Morgan McCullough's two-run single. Hopkins had three hits, while Campbell had a pair of safties to lead Carolina. Both players also scored a pair of runs. GAMECHANGER George Callil made a game-saving grab in the bottom of the 10th inning to keep the score knotted at four. KEY STAT Kerry pitched 5.1 innings of scoreless relief to earn his third win of the season. NOTABLE Carolina had nine hits in the first four innings, but were held without a hit the rest of the way. Carolina had three stolen bases in today's win, including Hopkins' 10th of the year. Carolina played its second extra-inning game of the year. The Gamecocks lost 6-5 in 11 innings on Opening Day vs. Liberty. The 12-inning game took 4:10 to play. UP NEXT Carolina hosts Charlotte on Tuesday night (April 9) at Founders Park. First pitch is set for 7 p.m. and the game will be streamed on SEC Network +.
  11. 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)
  12. 8 North Carolina State 27-3 10 South Carolina 18-11 Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E North Carolina State 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 8 12 0 South Carolina 7 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 10 11 4 W: Wesley Sweatt (2-2) L: Cameron Cotter (2-1) Game Recap: Baseball | 4/2/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report 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. Video Courtesy of 247Sports BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) Next Game: at Alabama 4/4/2019 | 6 p.m. CT SEC Network LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER 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. The game was tied at eight in the ninth as TJ Hopkins reached on a one-out single. Luke Berryhill replaced Hopkins on first after a fielder's choice and then trotted around the bases on Olson's no doubt home run to left. Carolina gave up four runs in the first but answered with seven runs in the bottom of the frame. The Gamecocks had three home runs (Berryhill, Olson and Brady Allen) in the inning as N.C. State used three pitchers to record the three outs. Carolina went up 8-5 in the fourth on a Hopkins' RBI fielder's choice. The Wolfpack chipped away at Carolina's lead, scoring a run in the fifth and two in the eighth. Wesley Sweatt allowed the hit to tie the game, but buckled down to get a pair of strikeouts and a fly out to keep the game tied at eight. The Gamecocks loaded the bases with two out in the bottom of the eighth. Noah Campbell hit one on the screws but the ball was caught by the N.C. State second baseman. The Wolfpack got a pair of runners on in the ninth, but a flyout to left set up the Gamecock heroics.Chris Cullen had three hits to pace Carolina, while Olson and Allen had three hits apiece. Sweatt earned the win in relief, striking out two in two innings of relief.TJ Shook and John Gilreath pitched three innings of relief apiece, combining for six strikeouts on the night. GAMECHANGER Carolina answered N.C. State's four-run first inning with a seven-run frame off home runs from Luke Berryhill, Jacob Olson and Brady Allen. KEY STAT Carolina had 11 hits from eight different players on the night. NOTABLE Carolina will play in Charlotte two weeks from today against North Carolina. Olson now has three multi-home run games this season. Chris Cullen had a season high three hits on the night. The win was Carolina's fourth walk-off win of the season. UP NEXT Carolina visits Tuscaloosa, Ala., and the University of Alabama Thursday night (April 4) at 6 p.m. CT (7 p.m. ET). The game will be televised on SEC Network.
  13. Baseball 4/1/2019 Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Carolina Faces Wolfpack Tuesday Night at BB&T Ballpark Carolina and N.C. State will play each other for the first time since 2008. Story Links GAME NOTES (PDF) LIVE STATS LIVE VIDEO COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The University of South Carolina baseball team heads to Charlotte, N.C., and BB&T Ballpark as the Gamecocks face No. 3 North Carolina State Tuesday night (April 2) at 7 p.m. Tuesday's game will be streamed on SEC Network + with Burch Antley and Kip Bouknight on the call. All games will be broadcast on The Game 107.5 FM and the Gamecock Sports Network with Derek Scott and Tommy Moody on the call. Carolina lost 2-of-3 games to Auburn this past weekend, winning Saturday's game 4-0 as Reid Morgan pitched seven-plus scoreless innings. PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION FridaySouth Carolina Dylan Harley (Fr. LHP) 1-2, 7.77 ERA, 22.0 IP, 15 BB, 28 SON.C. State Canaan Silver (So. LHP) 1-0, 2.45 ERA, 22.0 IP, 7 BB, 15 SO SCOUTING N.C. STATE North Carolina State is one of the hottest teams in the country, coming into Tuesday's game with a 27-2 record. The Wolfpack took 2-of-3 games from Virginia this past weekend and won its first 19 games of the season. Leading N.C. State offensively is Tyler McDonough as he is hitting .366. Will Wilson has 13 doubles and eight home runs and Evan Edwards has 35 RBI. The Wolfpack will start lefty Canaan Silver. He is 1-0 with a 2.45 ERA and 15 strikeouts in 22 innings pitched. THE SERIES N.C. State has a 35-21 series advantage in the all-time series but this will be the first meeting between the two schools since 2008. The two teams did face off in the fall, with Carolina winning 2-1 in five innings as Noah Campbell and Andrew Eyster homered in the victory. PITCHING DAZZLES IN SHUTOUT WIN Junior Reid Morgan and freshman Brett Kerry combined to shut out Auburn on Saturday afternoon (March 30) at Founders Park. Morgan went seven-plus frames, allowing five hits with four strikeouts and just one walk while Kerry pitched two scoreless innings with a pair of punchouts to seal the win. Morgan is now 3-0 on the season with a 2.17 ERA while Kerry is 2-1 with three saves and a 2.05 ERA. EIGHT GAMECOCKS DOT MLB OPENING DAY ROSTERS South Carolina had eight players on Major League Baseball rosters on Opening Day (March 28), including Jackie Bradley Jr., who earned a World Series ring with the Boston Red Sox and was named the 2018 ALCS Most Valuable Player. Whit Merrifield (Kansas City), Justin Smoak (Toronto), Sam Dyson (San Francisco), Grayson Greiner (Detroit) and Christian Walker (Arizona) all are on active rosters while Steve Pearce (Boston), who was the 2018 World Series MVP, and Jordan Montgomery (New York Yankees) will start the 2019 season on the disabled list. Tyler Webb (St. Louis) is on the Cardinals' 40-man roster heading into the new campaign. The SEC has 85 former players on Opening Day rosters. SEC LEADERS At the plate, Jacob Olson is tied for second with nine home runs. Senior TJ Hopkins is third in triples (3), tied for fifth in home runs (8), fifth in total bases (71) and seventh in slugging percentage (.628). Olson is eighth in slugging percentage (.627) and sixth in total bases (69). Luke Berryhill is tied for fifth in doubles (11). On the mound, Reid Morgan is tied for third with 45.2 innings pitched and Cam Tringaliis tied for the lead with 15 appearances. As a team, SC is 14th in batting average, 13th in ERA and seventh in fielding percentage. UP NEXT The Gamecocks travel to Tuscaloosa, Ala., to face Alabama in a three-game series. The series starts Thursday night (April 4) at 6 p.m. CT (7 p.m. ET) and continues Friday night at the same time. Both games will be televised on SEC Network. The series concludes Saturday afternoon (April 6) at 1 p.m. CT (2 p.m. ET).
  14. 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.
  15. 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
  16. 2 North Carolina A&T 15-9 0 South Carolina 16-9 Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E North Carolina A&T 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 1 South Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 W: JOHNSON,Michael (4-1) L: Dylan Harley (1-2) S: HUNTER,Leon (4) Game Recap: Baseball | 3/26/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report South Carolina Falls to North Carolina A&T on Tuesday Night The Gamecocks fall, 2-0, to the Aggies as a pair of runs in the third were the difference. BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) PHOTO GALLERY Next Game: Auburn 3/29/2019 | 7 p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER COLUMBIA – Two runs in the top of the third inning was the difference as North Carolina A&T shut out the University of South Carolina baseball team, 2-0, Tuesday night (March 26) at Founders Park. It was the first time this season the Gamecocks have been shut out. Gamecock starter Dylan Harley retired the first two Aggies in the third but walked Dustin Baber. He came around to score on Tony Mack's double to left. AJ Hunt then scored Mack with a single to left. Carolina did get eight men on base in the game. The best chance of scoring was in the fourth when Jacob Olson hit a two-out double to left and moved to third on Luke Berryhill's fly out. Chris Cullen then walked but a strikeout ended the inning. Carolina had a runner on third and one out in the ninth, but back-to-back strikeouts ended the game. Harley took the loss, allowing three hits and two runs with five strikeouts in 4.2 innings pitched. Wesley Sweatt came in and allowed just one hit in a scoreless 3.1 innings pitched. Michael Johnson was the winning pitcher for the Aggies, allowing just three hits with five strikeouts and two walks in five innings. GAMECHANGER North Carolina A&T used a walk and two hits with two out in the third to score the game-winning runs. KEY STAT The Gamecocks were shut out for the first time this season. NOTABLE Brady Allen had his 21-game on-base streak snapped in the N.C. A&T game. Aggie pitching struck out 11 Gamecocks on the night. Wesley Sweatt had a stretch where he retired eight straight batters. Sweatt had two strikeouts in 3.1 innings of relief. Noah Campbell played his first game at second base since March 15 against Georgia. UP NEXT Carolina will host Auburn for a three-game series beginning Friday night (March 29) at 7 p.m. The game will be streamed on SEC Network +.
  17. 3 South Carolina 16-8, 1-5 SEC 6 Tennessee 20-5, 2-4 SEC Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E South Carolina 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 7 0 Tennessee 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 X 6 7 1 W: Garrett Crochet (2-1) L: Gage Hinson (0-1) Game Recap: Baseball | 3/24/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Gamecocks Fall to Tennessee, 6-3, in Series Finale Tennessee scored four runs in the bottom of the eighth inning after Carolina took the lead in the seventh. BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) Next Game: North Carolina A&T 3/26/2019 | 7 p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The University of South Carolina baseball team allowed four runs in the bottom of the eighth inning as Tennessee came back to defeat the Gamecocks, 6-3, Sunday afternoon (March 24) at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. The Volunteers took 2-of-3 games in the series. Carolina took a 3-2 lead in the top of the seventh inning on Chris Cullen's 2-run double to left. Gage Hinson came in to pitch in the bottom of the inning and got a big double play to end the threat, but put the first two runners on base on a walk and a hit by pitch. Dylan Harley came in and gave up a single up the middle to load the bases. Sawyer Bridges relieved Harley and got a chopper off the bat of Connor Pavolony, but it was just above his outstretch hand, scoring a run. Jake Rucker then used an infield that was in to his advantage as his two-run single through the right side made it 5-3 Vols. Tennessee got an insurance run on Max Ferguson's sacrifice fly for the final tally. Tennessee struck first in the bottom of the first as Evan Russell drove in Justin Ammons with a single to right. The Volunteers then scored a run in the fourth on a wild pitch. Carolina answered in the top of the fifth with a run as Noah Campbell doubled to right and scored on Brady Allen's single to left. Hinson took the loss for Carolina, allowing two runs in two-thirds of an inning. TJ Shook started for Carolina. He allowed five hits and two runs in 3.2 innings pitched. Garrett Crochet picked up the win for Tennessee, striking out four in 3.2 innings of relief. Cullen, who had a pair of doubles, and Campbell had two hits apiece to lead the Carolina offense. GAMECHANGER Jake Rucker's 2-run single to right snapped a 3-all tie in the bottom of the eighth inning. KEY STAT Carolina left 12 men on base in the loss. NOTABLE Brady Allen extended his on-base streak to 21 games after a single in the fourth. Carolina also started 1-5 in the SEC last season, before rebounding to a 17-13 finish in league play and a Super Regional berth. Cam Tringali came in for the second straight day and had three strikeouts and did not allow a hit in 2.2 innings pitched. Cullen now has a hit in all six of Carolina's conference contests. UP NEXT Carolina will start a four-game homestand Tuesday night (March 26) when the Gamecocks host North Carolina A&T. First pitch at Founders Park is scheduled for 7 p.m. and the game will be streamed on SEC Network +.
  18. 3 South Carolina 16-7, 1-4 SEC 2 Tennessee 19-5, 1-4 SEC Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E South Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 5 1 Tennessee 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 8 0 W: Cam Tringali (1-0) L: Zach Linginfelter (4-2) S: Brett Kerry (3) Game Recap: Baseball | 3/23/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Late-Inning Dramatics Lead GAMECOCKS to Saturday Win over Tennessee Chris Cullen and Jordan Holladay had big seventh-inning hits and Brett Kerry struck out five in the win. BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) PHOTO GALLERY Next Game: at Tennessee 3/24/2019 | 2 p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Chris Cullen and Jordan Holladay had big hits in a three-run seventh inning and Brett Kerry struck out five in the final two innings to earn his third save as the University of South Carolina baseball team earned a come-from-behind, 3-2 win over Tennessee Saturday night (March 23) at Lindsey Nelson Stadium to pick up its first win inside SEC play. Trailing 2-0 heading to the seventh, TJ Hopkins singled with one out and went to second as Jacob Olson was hit by a pitch. A double steal was followed by a two-run double by Chris Cullen, tying the game. Pinch hitter Jordan Holladay then singled to right to bring in Cullen for the game-winning run. Kerry came on in the eighth and loaded the bases on two walks and a bunt single, but came back to strike out the side. Tennessee then got the tying run on second in the ninth on a leadoff double by Max Ferguson. Kerry got a strikeout and flyout and, with the tying run 90 feet away, struck out Al Soularie to end the game. The win went to Cam Tringali, who had three strikeouts in 1.2 innings of relief. Reid Morgan started for the Gamecocks. He went 5.1 innings and struck out four, allowing five hits and an earned run with a walk. Tennessee plated an unearned run in the fifth. Pete Derkay walked to open the inning. Pinch runner Jake Rucker went to second on Nico Mascia's sacrifice bunt. A two-out error put runners on the corners and Max Ferguson made the Gamecocks pay with a single through the right side. Soularie brought in a run in the sixth on an RBI single to right. GAMECHANGER Chris Cullen got the Gamecocks on the board in the seventh with a two-run double to right, tying the game at two. KEY STAT Brett Kerry now has 33 strikeouts in 20.2 innings this season after his five punchouts in Saturday's win. NOTABLE Brady Allen extended his on-base streak to 20 games after a walk in the eighth. Cam Tringali picked up the first win in his Gamecock career and now has a 2.05 ERA with 24 strikeouts in 22 innings pitched. Carolina picked up its second win of the season when trailing after six innings. Two of Kerry's three saves have come in true road games. He earned the save at Clemson on March 1. UP NEXT Carolina and Tennessee conclude the three-game set Sunday afternoon (March 24) at 2 p.m. at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. The game will be streamed on SEC Network + and fans can listen to Derek Scott and Tommy Moody on WOMG 98.5 FM in Columbia.
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    Gamecocks Drop Friday Contest at Tennessee

    5 South Carolina 15-7, 0-4 SEC 15 Tennessee 19-4, 1-3 SEC Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E South Carolina 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 11 2 Tennessee 3 2 0 3 0 4 2 1 X 15 17 1 W: Garrett Stallings (5-1) L: Wesley Sweatt (1-2) Game Recap: Baseball | 3/22/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Gamecocks Drop Friday Contest at Tennessee The Gamecocks gave up a season-high 17 hits in the loss to the Volunteers. BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) Next Game: at Tennessee 3/23/2019 | 6 p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The University of South Carolina baseball team allowed a season-high 17 hits and left 10 men on base in a 15-5 loss to Tennessee Friday night (March 22) at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. Tennessee never trailed after putting up three runs in the first on four hits. Jay Charleston singled and went to third on Andre Lipcius' single. Al Soularie then hit a fly ball to right, but TJ Hopkinsand Andrew Eyster collided, which scored a run. An RBI groundout from Pete Derkay and Ricky Martinez's RBI double to left put three on the board for the Vols. Carolina came back in the second with a leadoff home run from Jacob Olson, his SEC-leading ninth of the season. Tennessee then scored a pair of unearned runs in the bottom of the second to go up 5-1. Freshman Brady Allen opened the third with Carolina's 41st home run of the season, a solo shot to left. The Gamecocks then used some two-out magic as Noah Campbell doubled, moved to third on a fielding error and scored on a wild pitch. Tennessee took an 8-3 lead in the bottom of the fourth, highlighted by a Soularie RBI double. George Callil drove in a run in the top of the sixth, but the Vols responded with four runs in the sixth, two in the seventh and a single run in the eighth. Ian Jenkins ended the scoring with a solo home run to straightaway center in the top of the ninth.Wesley Sweatt was tagged with the loss, allowing 10 hits and six earned runs in 3.1 innings of work. Olson and Joel Brewer had two hits apiece to lead Carolina's offense. GAMECHANGER Trailing 5-3 in the top of the fourth, Carolina got the first two hitters on base after a Luke Berryhill double and Joel Brewer single, but the Vols got a pop out, strikeout and ground out to end the threat. Tennessee scored three runs in the bottom of the fourth in the 10-run win. KEY STAT Carolina left a season-high 10 runners on base and was 4-for-18 with runners on in Friday's game. NOTABLE Carolina now leads the nation in home runs after its three round trippers. The Gamecocks now have 42 home runs this season. Carolina's nine-game winning streak over Tennessee was snapped in tonight's loss. Joel Brewer came into the game in the bottom of the first after an injury to Andrew Eyster. Brewer was 2-for-4 at the plate. Luke Berryhill now leads Carolina with 10 doubles. UP NEXT Carolina and Tennessee continue the three-game series on Saturday night (March 23) at 6 p.m. from Lindsey Nelson Stadium.
  20. 10 South Carolina 14-3 9 The Citadel 7-9 Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E South Carolina 2 5 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 10 7 0 The Citadel 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 3 0 9 15 4 W: Daniel Lloyd (2-0) L: Jordan Flanders (0-2) S: Gage Hinson (1) Game Recap: Baseball | 3/12/2019 | Kent Reichert | GCF Staff Report Gamecocks Hang On for One-Run Win at The Citadel The Gamecocks put up seven runs in the first two innings and hold on for a one-run win. BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) Next Game: Georgia 3/15/2019 | 7 p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER CHARLESTON, S.C. – The University of South Carolina baseball team jumped out to a 9-1 lead over The Citadel Tuesday night (March 12) in Charleston, but the Bulldogs battled back to a run before senior Gage Hinson came in for a four-save and preserved a 10-9 win over the Bulldogs for its fourth win in a row. Carolina posted seven runs in the first two innings. The Gamecocks put runners on the corners in the first after Andrew Eyster reached on an error and TJ Hopkins singled to right. Luke Berryhill brought in a run with a double to left and Jacob Olson drove in a run on a groundout. Carolina erupted in the second, highlighted by Eyster's RBI single and Hopkins' two-run double. After The Citadel scored a run in the fourth, it remained 7-1 until the sixth. Berryhill drove in a run on a sacrifice fly to right and Eyster scored on a wild pitch, making it 9-1. The Citadel started its comeback in the bottom of the sixth, scoring four runs, three on a bases-clearing double to left by Tyler Corbitt. The Bulldogs scored a run in the seventh but Carolina answered in the eighth on Berryhill's bases-loaded walk that scored George Callil. In the bottom of the eighth, the Gamecocks got two quick outs but a pair of singles scored a run. Ben Peden made it a one-run game with a triple to center. After a walk, Hinson came in and induced a flyout to center to end the Bulldog threat. Hinson retired the side in order in the ninth for his first save as a Gamecock. Callil and Hopkins had two hits apiece while Berryhill drove in four. Eyster and Callil had three runs apiece.Daniel Lloyd earned the win, pitching the first 2.1 innings in a pitch-count start. He allowed three hits and a run with three strikeouts and a walk. Cole Ganopulos also had three strikeouts in two innings of relief. GAMECHANGER Hinson came in and retired the final four Bulldogs to earn his first save. The Citadel had the tying run 90 feet away in the eighth but Hinson induced a flyout to get out of the inning. KEY STAT Berryhill had four RBI on a double, a pair of sacrifice flies and a bases-loaded walk. He leads the Gamecocks with 25 RBI on the year. NOTABLE Carolina sweeps the two-game season series with The Citadel, winning 9-0 in Columbia on March 5. The Gamecocks struck out 10 batters on the night, but also gave up 15 hits and walked five. Carolina moves to 2-0 on the road this season and played just its second night game of 2019. Callil picked up his first triple of the year and now has three extra-base hits this season. UP NEXT South Carolina opens play in the Southeastern Conference this Friday (March 15) with a 7 p.m. first pitch against Georgia at Founders Park. The game will be streamed on SEC Network +.
  21. The Citadel 5-6 9 South Carolina 10-2 Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E The Citadel 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 South Carolina 0 8 0 0 0 1 0 0 X 9 7 0 W: TJ Shook (2-0) L: Cameron Reeves (0-1) Game Recap: Baseball | 3/5/2019| Kent Reichert | GCF Staff Report Gamecocks Shut Out The Citadel Behind 12 Strikeouts From Shook With Videos, Gallery, Stats & More The Gamecocks score eight in the second and use 16 strikeouts to defeat the Bulldogs. HIGHLIGHTS: Baseball vs. The Citadel — 3/5/19 POSTGAME: Mark Kingston on The Citadel — 3/5/19 POSTGAME: Andrew Eyster, TJ Shook, George Callil on The Citadel — 3/5/19 BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) PHOTO GALLERY Next Game: Gardner-Webb 3/6/2019 | 4 p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER COLUMBIA – Redshirt sophomore TJ Shook struck out a career high 12 in 6.1 innings and the University of South Carolina baseball team used an eight-run second inning in a 9-0 shutout of The Citadel Tuesday night (March 5) at Founders Park. Shook, who had a previous career high of five strikeouts coming into today's game, struck out the side in the third and the fifth and had two strikeouts in the second and sixth. Shook and John Gilreath combined to allow just two hits as Carolina completed its first shutout of 2019. Carolina got all the runs it would need in the second. Andrew Eyster opened the frame with a solo home run to center. Jordan Hollady singled to left with one out and George Callil then hit his first home run, a two-run shot to the visitor's bullpen, giving the Gamecocks a 3-0 lead. Noah Campbell singled and Brady Allenwalked with one away. Luke Berryhill doubled to center, scoring both runners for a 5-0 lead.Jacob Olson doubled to left to score Berryhill and after an Eyster walk, Chris Cullen reached on an error, bringing in a pair of runs for the 8-0 lead. Olson brought in the game's ninth run in the sixth on a single to left that scored Berryhill. Olson led the Gamecocks with two hits, while Callil, Olson and Berryhill had two RBI apiece. Olson led the Gamecocks with two hits, while Callil, Olson and Berryhill had two RBI apiece. GAMECHANGER The Citadel put a pair of runners on in the second, but TJ Shook struck out a pair of batters, then induced a pop out to get out of the last jam of the night. KEY STAT Carolina struck out a season-high 16 batters as John Gilreath had four punchouts in his 2.2 innings of work. NOTABLE Andrew Eyster is now hitting .386 with four doubles and three home runs this season. Shook also set a career high in innings pitched at 6.1. The previous high was 3.1 innings, which he did on two occasions. The shutout was Carolina's first since a 1-0 win over Missouri on May 13, 2018. The two teams will play again next Tuesday in Charleston. Carolina now has 25 home runs on the year, still second in the country after Eyster and Callil's round trippers. UP NEXT South Carolina hosts Gardner-Webb this Wednesday (March 6) at Founders Park. First pitch is scheduled for 4 p.m.
  22. 3 Clemson 8-3 14 South Carolina 9-2 Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Clemson 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 8 0 South Carolina 5 1 0 5 0 3 0 0 X 14 17 3 W: Reid Morgan (2-0) L: Justin Wrobleski (0-2) Game Recap: Baseball | 3/3/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Gamecocks Take Palmetto Series with Sunday Win over Clemson With Videos, Gallery, Stats & More The Gamecocks scored 11 runs in the first four innings, cruising to a 14-3 victory. POSTGAME: Mark Kingston on Clemson — 3/3/19 POSTGAME: TJ Hopkins, Reid Morgan, Luke Berryhill on Clemson — 3/3/19 HIGHLIGHTS: Baseball vs. Clemson — 3/3/19 BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) PHOTO GALLERY Next Game: The Citadel 3/5/2019 | 4p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER COLUMBIA – Behind a season-high 17 hits and three home runs, the University of South Carolina baseball team jumped out with 11 runs in the first four innings and cruised to a 14-3 win over No. 23 Clemson Sunday afternoon (March 3) at Founders Park, taking 2-of-3 games in the Palmetto Series. Senior TJ Hopkins, playing in his last Clemson series, had a monster day, going 4-for-5 with four RBI and three runs scored in the win. On the weekend, Hopkins was 6-for-14 with three home runs and nine RBI on his way to the Tom Price Award, given to the Gamecock Most Valuable Player of the series. Redshirt sophomore Luke Berryhill belted two home runs and went 3-for-4 with five RBI and three runs scored. Noah Campbellalso had three hits and scored two runs while Andrew Eyster and Chris Cullen had two hits apiece. Junior Reid Morgan earned his second win of the season, pitching 6.2 innings, striking out five while allowing eight hits and two earned runs with no walks. After Clemson scored a run in the first on an RBI double from Kyle Wilkie, the Gamecocks erupted for five runs as Hopkins' double drove in two and Berryhill brought in three with a home run down the left field line. Jacob Olson made it 6-1 with a sacrifice fly to left in the second. Carolina scored five more runs in the fourth. Brady Allen brought in a run with a single up the middle. Hopkins then hit a no-doubter to left, his fifth of the year. Berryhill hit a two-run home run to center, making it 11-1. Clemson scored two in the top of the sixth, but Carolina answered right back with a three-spot in the bottom of the frame. The Gamecocks loaded the bases after an Eyster single, Berryhill walk and Cullen single. Jordan Holladay singled in a run, then Berryhill scored on a wild pitch. The last run came home on George Callil's sacrifice fly to right.Sam Hall had three hits to lead Clemson. Justin Wrobleski took the loss for the Tigers, allowing five runs and five hits in a third of an inning. GAMECHANGER Carolina answered a run in the top of the first with a five-spot in the bottom of the first, highlighted by Berryhill's three-run home run. KEY STAT Carolina hit six home runs in the Clemson series, slugging .579. TJ Hopkins had a home run in all three games while Berryhill had two in Sunday's win. NOTABLE Andrew Eyster had a solid Clemson series, going 6-for-10 with two doubles, a home run and two RBI. Today's attendance was 8,242, the 54th sellout in Founders Park history. The 14 runs were the most for Carolina in the Clemson series since 2001, when the Gamecocks beat the Tigers, 21-8, on March 3 in Clemson. Carolina is now 84-68-1 all-time in Columbia vs. the Tigers. Morgan now has a 1.74 ERA in 20.2 innings pitched after today's win. He has not allowed a walk while striking out 17 batters. Cam Tringali pitched in both wins of the Clemson series, striking out three and allowing just one hit in three innings of work. Hopkins wins the Tom Price Award for the second time in his career, winning it in 2017. UP NEXT South Carolina welcomes The Citadel to Founders Park on Tuesday afternoon (March 5) at 4 p.m. This game was moved up to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. due to weather.
  23. Gamecocks Clinch Series Win Over Liberty with Walk-Off Wild Pitch With Videos. Gallery, Stats & More Luke Berryhill scored on a wild pitch to give the Gamecocks a 2-1 weekend. COLUMBIA – The University of South Carolina baseball team gave up two first-inning runs, but battled back to tie the game in the middle frames, then walk-off Liberty, 3-2, on a wild pitch with no one out in the ninth, claiming the series win Sunday afternoon (Feb. 17) at Founders Park. (MORE)
  24. 2 Liberty 1-2 3 South Carolina 2-1 Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Liberty 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 South Carolina 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 5 2 W: Brett Kerry (1-0) L: PRICE, Garret (0-1) Game Recap: Baseball | 2/17/2019 5:21:00 PM | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Gamecocks Clinch Series Win Over Liberty with Walk-Off Wild Pitch With Videos. Gallery, Stats & More Luke Berryhill scored on a wild pitch to give the Gamecocks a 2-1 weekend. BOX SCORE HIGHLIGHTS: Baseball vs. Liberty — 2/17/19 POSTGAME: Mark Kingston on Liberty — 2/17/19 POSTGAME: Luke Berryhill, Reid Morgan, Brett Kerry on Liberty — 2/17/19 BOX SCORE (PDF) PHOTO GALLERY Next Game: Winthrop 2/19/2019 | 4 p.m. LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER COLUMBIA – The University of South Carolina baseball team gave up two first-inning runs, but battled back to tie the game in the middle frames, then walk-off Liberty, 3-2, on a wild pitch with no one out in the ninth, claiming the series win Sunday afternoon (Feb. 17) at Founders Park. Liberty scored both of its runs in the top of the first inning. With two out, Logan Mathieu singled and scored on Drew Baughman's double to left. Will Wagner then reached on a throwing error, bringing Baughman home. The Gamecocks did not get their first hit until the fourth inning when TJ Hopkins smashed a home run high into the bleachers in left field to cut Liberty's lead to 2-1. The Gamecocks kept the momentum going into the fifth when Andrew Eyster singled off the right field wall. Nick Neville followed that up with a double off the wall in left center to put runners on second and third with no outs and a chance to tie the game. Noah Campbell did just that as he got an RBI on a slow rolling fielder's choice to second, driving in Eyster and knotting the game at two runs apiece. Carolina's bullpen did not allow a hit, keeping the game tied at two until the bottom of the ninth. Luke Berryhill led off the inning by drawing a walk. Jacob Olson then hit a blooper just out of reach of the middle infielders that advanced Berryhill to third. On the very first pitch of Quinntin Perez's at-bat, Garrett Price threw a wild pitch to allow Berryhill to come home for the game-winning run. Freshman RHP Brett Kerry (1-0) got the win for the Gamecocks, striking out three and retiring all six batters he faced through two innings of work. For Liberty, Garrett Price suffered the loss, as he struck out four but gave up two hits and surrendered one earned run in 2.0 innings of work. Junior RHP Reid Morgan started the game for Carolina and had a solid outing in his first appearance in Columbia. Morgan struck out three, allowing six hits and just one earned run in six innings with no walks. GAMECHANGER Luke Berryhill went from first to third on Jacob Olson's single to center, setting up the game-winning wild pitch. KEY STAT Carolina's pitching did not walk a batter while striking out six in the win. NOTABLE Hopkins now has 10 career home runs after his solo shot in today's win. He already has matched last year's total with two. The team hit six home runs on the weekend. Brett Kerry threw three hitless innings of relief this weekend vs. Liberty, striking out five and not allowing a walk. Nick Neville ends the weekend leading the Gamecocks with a .444 batting average in nine plate appearances. He doubled in today's win. Today's attendance was 6,010 and the three-game series attendance was 20,243. Carolina now holds a 13-4 all-time series lead on Liberty. UP NEXT South Carolina is back at Founders Park on Tuesday night (Feb. 19) with a 4 p.m. first pitch against Winthrop.
  25. 7 Liberty 1-1 13 South Carolina 1-1 Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Liberty 0 0 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 7 8 0 South Carolina 5 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 X 13 12 1 W: TJ Shook (1-0) L: MEYER, Mason (0-1) Game Recap: Baseball | 2/16/2019 7:53:00 PM | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Olson Belts a Pair as Baseball Bests Liberty With Videos, Gallery, Stats & More The Gamecocks had 12 hits and struck out 15 Flames in earning their first win of 2019. POSTGAME: Mark Kingston on Liberty — 2/16/19 POSTGAME: Cam Tringali, Jacob Olson, TJ Shook on Liberty — 2/16/19 BOX SCORE Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) PHOTO GALLERY Next Game: Liberty 2/17/2019 | 1:30 p.m. SECN + LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE WATCH LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER COLUMBIA – Jacob Olson belted two home runs and seven different Gamecocks drove in at least one run as the University of South Carolina baseball team defeated Liberty, 13-7, Saturday afternoon (Feb. 16) at Founders Park. The Gamecocks pick up their first win of the year, pounding out 12 hits and striking out 15 Flames. Olson drove in four runs, going 2-for-4 with three runs scored. TJ Hopkins was 3-for-4 with three runs while Quinntin Perez and Nick Neville had two hits apiece. Perez joined Andrew Eyster and Luke Berryhill with two RBI apiece. Carolina used five walks from Liberty starter Mason Meyer to score five runs in the first. Neville and Perez added RBI singles in the frame. The Gamecocks took a 7-0 lead in the second after Hopkins tripled in Brady Allen and scored on Perez's single through the left side. Gamecock starter Dylan Harley cruised through the first two innings, striking out four in those first frames, but ran into trouble in the third. A pair of bases loaded walks and a balk made it 7-3. Liberty's Will Wagner made it 7-5 with a two-run single to right. TJ Shook came in and induced a pop out to end the inning. The Flames added a run in the fourth, but that would be as close as they would get. Carolina put up a two-spot in the fourth on Olson's first home run. After Liberty put up an unearned run in the fifth, Olson second two-run homer in the sixth made it 11-7. Carolina closed out the scoring in the eighth as Berryhill belted his first home run and Eyster brought in a run on a sacrifice fly to center. Shook earned the win, pitching 2.1 innings of relief and allowing four hits and one earned run with five strikeouts. Harley started the game, going 2.2 innings and allowing just two hits but five runs with five walks and five strikeouts. Cam Tringali made his Carolina debut, pitching 2.1 innings of scoreless relief with three strikeouts. GAMECHANGER Olson's second home run of the day gave the Gamecocks some distance from Liberty in the bottom of the sixth. KEY STAT Carolina's pitching has now struck out 32 batters in the first two games of the year. NOTABLE Olson had hit two home runs in two of Carolina's last three games. He also had a pair in the Gamecock's Game 3 super regional contest against Arkansas on June 11, 2018 Dylan Harley, Cam Tringali, Cole Ganopulos, Daniel Lloyd and Brett Kerry all made their first career pitching appearance in a Gamecock uniform. Hopkins had his sixth career triple in the second inning. Carolina now has a 12-4 all-time series advantage on the Flames. Saturday's attendance at Founders Park was 6,726. UP NEXT South Carolina and Liberty wraps up the three-game series on Sunday afternoon (Feb. 17) at 1:30 p.m. at Founders Park.

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