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  1. Observations, standouts and concerns from South Carolina’s scrimmage vs Georgia Tech Oct. 20, 2019 In its second and final scrimmage against an opposing team this fall, South Carolina baseball rode a late surge of offense to a 10-6 victory over Georgia Tech on Sunday at Founders Park. The result, though, doesn’t count toward the Gamecocks’ record and, as coach Mark Kingston has said before, doesn’t matter to his staff at all. That being said, Kingston said the 12 innings the two teams played gave him some insight into how his players react in game situations, better than the intersquad scrimmages do. (VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE
  2. Photos: Gamecocks defeat Georgia Tech in Scrimmage OCT. 20, 2019, | GAMECOCKCENTRAL South Carolina defeated Georgia Tech 10-6 in a 12 inning Fall Scrimmage at Founders Park on Sunday. The Gamecocks had a big 9th inning, with a three run blast to center by Wes Clarke to give them the lead. View the captioned gallery on Flickr here. Click below to view the quick gallery. Georgia Tech Scrimmage Gallery 1 10/20/19 - 56 photos South Carolina Gamecocks- Baseball vs GT. Columbia, SC. October 20, 2019. Katie Dugan, GamecockCentral.com
  3. Baseball Hosts Georgia Tech for Sunday Scrimmage 10/16/2019 | Baseball COLUMBIA - The University of South Carolina baseball team will host Georgia Tech on Sunday afternoon (Oct. 20) beginning at 1:30 p.m. inside Founders Park in its second fall scrimmage against outside competition. All scrimmages are free and open to the public. The weekend also is part of Alumni Weekend for the South Carolina baseball team. An event for the alumni will be on Friday (Oct. 18) at 6:30 p.m. The Gamecocks will play its second scrimmage of the fall after facing North Carolina State in Raleigh at the end of September. The games in the fall do not count against the 56-game spring schedule. Georgia Tech is coming off a 43-19 season in which the Yellow Jackets hosted the Atlanta Regional and were the overall number three seed in the NCAA Tournament. Michael Guldberg returns for Tech after hitting .355 last year while Luke Waddell had 12 doubles and 34 RBI in 2019. On the mound, Curt Roedig made 10 starts for Georgia Tech and struck out 47 batters in 48 innings pitched. Fans are encouraged to park in the Foundation lot (centerfield grass lot off Blossom St.) and enter through either Gates 1, 2 or 4. The clear bag policy will be in effect and concessions will be offered at Founders Park. Live stats will be available for the scrimmage for fans who cannot attend on Saturday. There will be no live video stream for the game. The Gamecocks will have an intrasquad scrimmage on Thursday (Oct. 17) at 3 p.m., which is free and open to the public. Related Links Live Stats
  4. Gamecock Baseball Hosts Georgia Tech in Busy Week at Founders Park 10/13/2019 | Baseball COLUMBIA - The University of South Carolina baseball team will scrimmage twice during the week before hosting Georgia Tech in its second fall game against outside competition. The Gamecocks will play on Monday afternoon (Oct. 14) at 3:45 p.m. and Thursday afternoon (Oct. 17) at 3 p.m. Carolina then hosts the Yellow Jackets on Sunday afternoon (Oct. 20) with first pitch at 1:30 p.m. All scrimmages are free and open to the public.
  5. Baseball Readies for Monday Scrimmage at Founders Park 10/6/2019 | Baseball COLUMBIA - The University of South Carolina baseball team will continue fall practice this week with a scrimmage Monday afternoon (Oct. 7) at 3:05 p.m. at Founders Park. This is the lone scrimmage of the week as the Gamecocks have Fall Break starting on Thursday. All scrimmages are free and open to the public.
  6. Everything Mark Kingston said on Friday Oct. 04, 2019 South Carolina hit the field for another scrimmage on Friday afternoon at Founders Park. Head coach Mark Kingston, entering his third year leading the program, answered several questions after the game. Here’s what he had to say: (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  7. Baseball To Scrimmage Twice This Week at 3 p.m. 9/29/2019 | Baseball COLUMBIA - The University of South Carolina baseball team will scrimmage twice this week at Founders Park. The Gamecocks will be in action on Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 1 and Friday afternoon (Oct. 4) with both games starting at 3 p.m. Both scrimmages are free and open to the public.
  8. Baseball 9/23/2019 Gamecock Recruiting Class Ranked No. 3 in the Country by Collegiate Baseball The Gamecocks bring in a top-three recruiting class for the third time in the last five years. TUCSON, Ariz. – The University of South Carolina baseball team's 2019 recruiting class has been selected as the third-best in the country by Collegiate Baseball Magazine, the publication announced this afternoon (Monday, Sept. 23). The Gamecocks' class is now nationally ranked by two publications after Baseball America had Carolina at No. 11. South Carolina is one of 13 schools from the Southeastern Conference in CB's top-40 list. The SEC also comprises the top four (Vanderbilt, Florida, South Carolina, Ole Miss) and seven of the top-10 classes. The recruiting class features six players (Andrew Peters, Brennan Milone, Noah Myers, Brannon Jordan, Thomas Farr and Jeff Heinrich) that were selected in the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft. This is the third time in the last five years the Gamecocks have had a top-three recruiting class by Collegiate Baseball. Carolina had the second-best class in 2015 and was third in the country in 2017. Carolina will scrimmage today (Monday, Sept. 23) at Founders Park with first pitch set for 3:15 p.m. The Gamecocks head to N.C. State for its first scrimmage against outside competition Sunday, Sept. 29 at 3 p.m. in Raleigh. 2019 NCAA Div. I Top-40 Recruiting Rankings by Collegiate Baseball Vanderbilt Florida South Carolina Ole Miss Texas Christian Louisiana State Alabama Arizona State Auburn Oklahoma State Arizona Texas North Carolina Clemson Miami (Fla.) Arkansas Mississippi State Utah Georgia Tech Virginia UCLA Louisville Oregon State Tennessee Kentucky Stanford N.C. State Coastal Carolina Oklahoma Grand Canyon Florida St. Missouri Dallas Baptist Rice Missouri State Michigan Texas A&M Texas Tech Houston East Carolina
  9. Coach Mark Kingston said today the following players will miss fall practice due to injuries Sept. 18, 2019 Coach Mark Kingston said today the following players will miss fall practice due to injuries... INF Jeff Heinrich, LHP Julian Bosnic, RHP Andrew Peters, RHP Thomas Farr, RHP Wesley Sweatt, RHP Brett Kerry and RHP Hayden Leyman who is out for the season.
  10. Rise of Gamecock pitcher to potential first-round draft pick has Mark Kingston excited Sept. 18, 2019 South Carolina baseball is set to begin fall practices and scrimmages this Thursday — the Gamecocks are trying to bounce back from a historically bad 2019 season in which they finished 28-28 and bowed out of the first round of the SEC tournament. To that end, coach Mark Kingston has added 17 newcomers to the roster, split among freshmen, junior college transfers and graduate transfers. Baseball America rated USC’s incoming class No. 11 in the nation. (VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE
  11. Gamecock Baseball: America Ranks Gamecocks' Recruiting Class 11th in the Country 9/5/2019 | Baseball GCF Staff Report | From USC Sports Information DURHAM, N.C. - South Carolina baseball's recruiting class has been ranked No. 11 in the nation by Baseball America, the publication announced this afternoon (Thursday, Sept. 5). South Carolina is one of nine schools from the Southeastern Conference in BA's top-25 list while the conference has eight of the top 15 classes. It also is the 10th straight season the Gamecocks' recruiting class has been ranked by the publication. The recruiting class features six players (Andrew Peters, Brennan Milone, Noah Myers, Brannon Jordan, Thomas Farr and Jeff Heinrich) that were selected in the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft. Carolina will start fall ball the week of Sept. 16. The Gamecocks have two fall scrimmages against outside competition this season, as Carolina is at N.C. State on Sept. 29 and hosts Georgia Tech on Oct. 20. 2019 NCAA Div. I Top-25 Recruiting Rankings by Baseball America 1. Vanderbilt 2. Ole Miss 3. Florida 4. TCU 5. UCLA 6. Mississippi State 7. LSU 8. Arizona State 9. Auburn 10. Texas 11. South Carolina 12. Miami 13. Clemson 14. Oklahoma State 15. Alabama 16. Virginia 17. North Carolina 18. Georgia Tech 19. Stanford 20. Louisville 21. Maryland 22. Oklahoma 23. Texas A&M 24. Arizona 25. BYU
  12. 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.
  13. Bridges to Transition to Student Assistant Coach for 2020 Season 7/21/2019 | Baseball COLUMBIA, S.C. - University of South Carolina baseball senior-to-be Sawyer Bridges received a medical exemption waiver from the Southeastern Conference on Friday (July 19) and will be an undergraduate assistant coach for the Gamecocks in the upcoming 2019-20 academic year. Bridges was a three-year letterwinner for the Gamecocks from 2017-19, making 44 career appearances for Carolina with a 4-2 record, a 4.71 ERA and six saves. Bridges' best season came in 2018, when he helped the Gamecocks to a super regional appearance, going 2-1 with a 1.35 ERA and five saves while striking out 25 in 33.1 innings pitched. He earned saves in both the regional win over East Carolina and the super regional victory against Arkansas. The Summerville, S.C., native was a two-time member of the SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll and was on the watch list for the 2019 NCBWA Stopper of the Year. Bridges will fill the role that former teammate Justin Row held this past season.
  14. 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.
  15. Scott Wingo Friday marked the 8th anniversary of USC’s 2nd of back to back national championship wins in the College World Series. The Gamecocks swept Florida in the championship series winning the opener 2-1 in 11 innings and the clincher 5-2. Second baseman Scott Wingo was a key member of the Gamecocks’ two title teams and he joined us on SportsTalk Friday night to reminisce about the greatest period in Gamecock baseball history.
  16. Kerry Earns D1Baseball Freshman All-America Honor 6/28/2019 | Baseball OMAHA, Neb. - University of South Carolina freshman righthanded pitcher Brett Kerry has been named a First Team Freshman All-American by D1Baseball, it was announced this morning (Friday, June 28). It was the first D1Baseball Freshman All-America honor for the Gamecocks since Carlos Cortes was on the team in 2017. Kerry, who also was named to the Freshman All-SEC team and was a Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball, NCBWA and Perfect Game, ended his rookie season with a 4-1 record and a 2.62 ERA while recording seven saves in 22 appearances, including two starts. He held opponents to a .200 batting average and had 65 strikeouts in 58.1 innings pitched. In the SEC, Kerry was 2-1 with a 2.95 ERA with four saves and 39 strikeouts in 42.2 innings. The freshman helped the Gamecocks get into the SEC Tournament after striking out four and allowing just five hits and two runs in 6.1 innings in a win over No. 5 Mississippi State. Kerry was a two-time SEC Freshman of the Week (March 4, May 13). He had seven strikeouts in 3.1 innings pitched in a win over Clemson on March 1 and had saves in back-to-back wins against Kentucky on May 10 and 11. He pitched in three innings or more in 10 appearances, including a career-high 6.1 in the regular-season finale vs. Mississippi State. South Carolina has now had three Perfect Game Freshman All-Americans - Kerry, Cortes and Braden Webb (2016).
  17. Gamecock Kerry Adds Third Freshman All-America Honor 6/13/2019 | Baseball | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - University of South Carolina freshman righthanded pitcher Brett Kerry has been named a Second Team Freshman All-American by Perfect Game, it was announced this morning (Thursday, June 13). It was the first Perfect Game Freshman All-America honor for the Gamecocks since Carlos Cortes was on the team in 2017. Kerry, who also was named to the Freshman All-SEC team and was a Freshman All-American by both Collegiate Baseball and the NCBWA, ended his rookie season with a 4-1 record and a 2.62 ERA while recording seven saves in 22 appearances, including two starts. He held opponents to a .200 batting average and had 65 strikeouts in 58.1 innings pitched. In the SEC, Kerry was 2-1 with a 2.95 ERA with four saves and 39 strikeouts in 42.2 innings. The freshman helped the Gamecocks get into the SEC Tournament after striking out four and allowing just five hits and two runs in 6.1 innings in a win over No. 5 Mississippi State. Kerry was a two-time SEC Freshman of the Week (March 4, May 13). He had seven strikeouts in 3.1 innings pitched in a win over Clemson on March 1 and had saves in back-to-back wins against Kentucky on May 10 and 11. He pitched in three innings or more in 10 appearances, including a career-high 6.1 in the regular-season finale vs. Mississippi State. South Carolina has now had three Perfect Game Freshman All-Americans - Kerry, Cortes and Max Schrock (2013).
  18. Baseball 6/10/2019 Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Kerry Earns NCBWA First Team Freshman All-America Honor The freshman adds this honor to the SEC All-Freshman Team and the Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-America list. LYNCHBURG, Va. – University of South Carolina freshman righthanded pitcher Brett Kerry has been named a First Team Freshman All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), it was announced this afternoon (Monday, June 10). It was the first NCBWA Freshman All-America honor for the Gamecocks since Carlos Cortes was on the team in 2017. Kerry, who also was named to the Freshman All-SEC team and was a Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American, ended his rookie season with a 4-1 record and a 2.62 ERA while recording seven saves in 22 appearances, including two starts. He held opponents to a .200 batting average and had 65 strikeouts in 58.1 innings pitched. In the SEC, Kerry was 2-1 with a 2.95 ERA with four saves and 39 strikeouts in 42.2 innings. The freshman helped the Gamecocks get into the SEC Tournament after striking out four and allowing just five hits and two runs in 6.1 innings in a win over No. 5 Mississippi State. Kerry was a two-time SEC Freshman of the Week (March 4, May 13). He had seven strikeouts in 3.1 innings pitched in a win over Clemson on March 1 and had saves in back-to-back wins against Kentucky on May 10 and 11. He pitched in three innings or more in 10 appearances, including a career-high 6.1 in the regular-season finale vs. Mississippi State. South Carolina has now had four NCBWA Freshman All-Americans – Kerry, Cortes, Braden Webb (2016) and Max Schrock (20
  19. 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.
  20. RHP Reid Morgan & catcher Luke Berryhill both go in the 13th round June 05, 2019 Gamecocks RHP Reid Morgan picked in 13th round, #396, by Mariners. Gamecocks catcher Luke Berryhill 13th round,, #384, to the Reds.
  21. Baseball 6/5/2019 Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Kerry Named a Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball The righthanded pitcher from Clemmons, N.C., was 4-1 with a 2.62 ERA for the Gamecocks in 2019. TUCSON, Ariz. – Freshman righthanded pitcher Brett Kerry has been named a Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball, the newspaper announced this morning (Wednesday, June 5). Kerry becomes the 13th Gamecock to receive that honor by the newspaper and the first since Adam Hill and Braden Webb in 2016. Kerry, who also was named to the Freshman All-SEC team, ended his rookie season with a 4-1 record and a 2.62 ERA while recording seven saves in 22 appearances and two starts. He has held opponents to a .200 batting average and has 65 strikeouts in 58.1 innings pitched. In the SEC, Kerry was 2-1 with a 2.95 ERA with four saves and 39 strikeouts in 42.2 innings. The freshman helped the Gamecocks get into the SEC Tournament after striking out four and allowing just five hits and two runs in 6.1 innings in a win over No. 5 Mississippi State. Kerry was a two-time SEC Freshman of the Week (March 4, May 13). He had seven strikeouts in 3.1 innings pitched in a win over Clemson on March 1 and had saves in back-to-back wins against Kentucky on May 10 and 11. He has pitched in three innings or more in 10 appearances, including a career-high 6.1 in the regular-season finale vs. Mississippi State. The Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-America team featured Co-Freshman Players of the Year Ethan Wilson of South Alabama and Aaron Sabato of North Carolina. Mississippi State's JT Ginn and St. Mary's Tyler Thornton shared Freshman Co-Pitcher of the Year honors. South Carolina's Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-Americans2019 – Brett Kerry2016 – Adam Hill, Braden Webb2014 – Wil Crowe2013 – Jack Wynkoop2012 – Grayson Greiner, Jordan Montgomery2010 – Matt Price2009 – Jackie Bradley Jr.2008 – Sam Dyson2007 – Blake Cooper2006 – Andrew Crisp, Justin Smoak
  22. 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)
  23. Mark Kingston News Conference — 6/4/19 Year two of the Mark Kingston era at USC did not go well. After taking the Gamecocks to within one game of Omaha in his first season, Kingston had to deal with multiple injuries to his pitching staff and an offensive downturn that could not compensate for the pitching woes. The result was a season that saw the Gamecocks miss the NCAA Tournament for the second time in three seasons. Tuesday afternoon at Founders Park, Kingston met with the media, not so much to recap the season but to announce some changes in duties for his assistants, and to send a message to his fanbase that his team will be back stronger and better in 2020.
  24. 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.
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