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  1. Gamecock baseball wrapped up fall practice with a scrimmage against UNC-Wilmington. Now, the Gamecocks can begin to turn their focus towards the 2022 campaign, following a 34-23 season this past spring, which included a trip to the NCAA Regionals. However, before the team picks up the weights and begins its offseason conditioning program, head coach Mark Kingston met with the media on Thursday to put a lid on their fall workouts. Kingston classified it as a “productive fall”, despite having “a lot of guys banged up.” He went on to brag on his freshmen hitters for showing, “a lot of good, quality at-bats during the fall.” Head coach Mark Kingston also predicted the Gamecocks will look a bit different this coming spring. “If I had to guess right now, we’d hit fewer home runs, but score more runs. We’ve got a chance to be more athletic and steal more bases. Fewer strikeouts.” South Carolina smacked 80 home runs as a team last year, but also struck out 545 times. The Gamecocks begin SEC play on March 18th with a three-game series at Tennessee. The complete schedule, which features the annual matchup with Clemson (03/04 — 03/06) and a home series versus Texas, is expected to be released soon.
  2. What Mark Kingston talks baseball fall scrimmage against UNC Wilmington The Gamecocks and UNC Wilmington played a pair of six-inning games at Founders Park. Carolina had a home-and-home with both N.C. State and Georgia Tech. The first game ended in a 7-7 tie as the Gamecocks rallied to tie it but stranded bases loaded in the bottom of the sixth. Andrew Eyster provided the biggest spark in the game by hitting a 400-foot homer in the first game. In Game 2, South Carolina scored five runs in the fifth on just one hit to defeat the Seahawks, 8-4. Braylen Wimmer had a two-run single for the lone hit in the fifth inning. “We saw a lot of good things for the most part, a couple things we need to work on,” Gamecock coach Mark Kingston said. “We started five freshmen in the first game, and I don’t know how many in the second game. Today was a big day in our program getting guys on our field playing in a game. The winning and losing is secondary to getting new guys on our field. WHICH NEW PLAYERS STOOD OUT Lot of the new players on the Gamecocks roster got a chance to play and did definitely have a chance to make an impact. Virginia Tech transfer Kevin Maddon started at third in the first game and second in Game 2. Madden had three hits including an RBI single. Missouri transfer Brandt Belk was 2 for 4 with two RBI in the first game. Michael Braswell and Thad Ector, the two highest-ranked high school signees in the Gamecocks signing class, showed flashes and Ector had two hits in the second game and played in center field.
  3. Clemson and Gamecocks series in 2022 will be March 4-6 with Gamecocks' hosting game one, game two at Segra Park in Columbia and game three at DKS.
  4. 2024 INF Dalton Wentz (6-2 195) of Madison Heights, VA committed to Gamecocks Oct. 08, 2021
  5. 2023 SS/RHP/OF Tristan Salinas (6-1 195) of Boone, NC committed to Gamecocks Oct. 08, 2021
  6. Baseball 9/28/2021 Gamecocks Earns a Pair of Recruiting Class Rankings The Gamecocks come in at No. 9 in Perfect Game and No. 17 in Collegiate Baseball. COLUMBIA – The University of South Carolina baseball team's recruiting class has been ranked in the top 20 in a pair of rankings that were announced on Tuesday. Carolina's 2021 class is ninth in the country by Perfect Game and 17th in the nation by Collegiate Baseball. Carolina's recruiting class is now ranked by three different organizations as Baseball America had the Gamecocks with the 16th-best class in the country. Carolina is coming off a 2021 season which saw the Gamecocks go 34-23 overall and 16-14 in the SEC. Carolina hosted a regional at Founders Park this past June for the first time since the 2016 season. The Gamecocks will scrimmage on Friday, Oct. 1 at 3:45 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 2 at 11:15 a.m. at Founders Park.
  7. Baseball 9/23/2021 VIDEO: Mark Kingston News Conference
  8. Baseball 9/15/2021 Gamecocks' Announces 30-Game SEC Schedule The Gamecocks will open conference play on March 18 at Tennessee. BIRMINGHAM – The Southeastern Conference announced its 30-game baseball schedule for the 2022 season this afternoon (Wednesday, Sept. 15). The Gamecocks will start the conference slate on the road, heading to Knoxville, Tenn., for a three-game series against 2021 College World Series participant Tennessee on March 18-20. Carolina opens the home conference schedule with CWS runner-up Vanderbilt on March 25-27. The Gamecocks then open the month of April with a three-game series at Missouri (April 1-3). Carolina has back-to-back home SEC series, facing Georgia (April 8-10) and Ole Miss (April 14-16). A trip to Auburn on April 22-24 is followed by a home series against Alabama on April 29-May 1. The Gamecocks travel to College Station, Texas, for a series at Texas A&M on May 6-8. The home conference slate will finish on May 13-15 with three games against Kentucky. The conference regular season ends on May 19-21 with a three-game set at Florida. The SEC Tournament will take place at the Hoover Met on May 24-29. The non-conference portion of the schedule as well as game times and television designations will be announced at a later date. Fans can currently renew their season tickets for the 2022 season online here. (LINK) The deadline to renew season tickets is Dec. 3, 2021. Carolina is coming off a 2021 season which saw the Gamecocks go 34-23 overall and 16-14 in the SEC. Carolina hosted a regional at Founders Park this past June for the first time since the 2016 season. 2022 Carolina SEC Baseball Schedule March 18-20 at Tennessee March 25-27 VANDERBILT April 1-3 at Missouri April 8-10 GEORGIA April 14-16 OLE MISS April 22-24 at Auburn April 29-May 1 ALABAMA May 6-8 at Texas A&M May 13-15 KENTUCKY May 19-21 at Florida
  9. Kingston ready to roll out his most talented team with Gamecocks (AUDIO) By Phil Kornblut / January 22, 2021 College baseball practice across the country begins one week from today, and USC coach Mark Kingston can’t wait to get started on his fourth season in Columbia. The Gamecocks were 12-4 last spring going into SEC play when Covid-19 ended the season. Kingston will have at his disposal his deepest pitching staff with the Gamecocks, and the lineup behind those guys also is talented and deep. Kingston previewed the start of practice on SportsTalk Thursday night. Mark Kingston on SportsTalk
  10. Baseball 1/18/2021 Gamecocks' Announces 30-Game SEC Schedule The Gamecocks open the SEC portion of their schedule March 19 at Vanderbilt. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Southeastern Conference announced its 30-game baseball schedule for the 2021 season this afternoon (Tuesday, Jan. 19). South Carolina will open the SEC schedule in style as the Gamecocks head to Nashville, Tenn., for a three-game set with the defending national champion Vanderbilt on March 19-21 at Hawkins Field. Carolina then opens the home portion of its conference ledger with a three-game set against consensus preseason No. 1 Florida on March 26-28. A short trip to Athens, Ga., for a three-game series against Georgia takes place April 2-4. The Gamecocks then welcome Missouri on April 9-11 before travelling to Baton Rouge, La., to face LSU on April 16-18. Carolina's conference schedule continues April 23-25 with a three-game series against Arkansas at Founders Park. The Gamecocks close April and welcome May by visiting Ole Miss for a three-game series at Swayze Field on April 30-May 2. Mississippi State comes to town May 7-9 and Carolina is at Kentucky on May 14-16. The regular season concludes on May 20-22 with Tennessee coming to Columbia for a three-game series. The non-conference portion of the schedule as well as game times for all contests in 2021 will be announced at a later date. The conference schedule dates also could be shifted by television, which will be announced in the next couple of weeks. Carolina is coming off a 12-4 season in 2020 that was cut short due to COVID-19. 2021 Carolina Baseball SEC ScheduleMarch 19-21 at VanderbiltMarch 26-28 FloridaApril 2-4 at GeorgiaApril 9-11 MissouriApril 16-18 at LSUApril 23-25 ArkansasApril 30-May 2 at Ole MissMay 7-9 Mississippi StateMay 14-16 at KentuckyMay 20-22 Tennessee
  11. Gamecocks' Ranked No. 21 in Collegiate Baseball Fab 50 Poll 12/21/2020 | Baseball TUCSON, Ariz. - The University of South Carolina baseball team is ranked No. 21 in the nation in the Collegiate Baseball's Fabulous 50 NCAA Division I preseason poll, it was announced this morning (Monday, Dec. 21). The Gamecocks were one of 12 teams in the SEC to be ranked in the preseason poll, earning 447 votes. The Gamecocks join Florida (No. 1), Vanderbilt (No. 2), Ole Miss (No. 5), LSU (No. 7), Mississippi State (No. 9), Georgia (No. 12), Arkansas (No. 22), Texas A&M (No. 26), Alabama (No. 27), Tennessee (No. 35) and Auburn (No. 37) as SEC schools in the poll. Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season Fab 50 Poll Florida Vanderbilt UCLA Texas Tech Ole Miss Miami (Fla.) LSU UC Santa Barbara Mississippi State Arizona Louisville Georgia N.C. State Virginia Arizona State East Carolina Oklahoma State Michigan TCU Texas South Carolina Arkansas Coastal Carolina Dallas Baptist Clemson Texas A&M Alabama Florida State Southern Miss Texas State Stetson UCF Pepperdine Georgia Tech Tennessee Duke Auburn Central Michigan Indiana Winthrop Oklahoma UC Irvine Tulane Long Beach State Wichita State Minnesota Notre Dame Houston Oregon State Stanford
  12. Ticket and Spectator Information Announced for Gamecock Baseball at Founders Park 12/8/2020 | Baseball COLUMBIA - The University of South Carolina Athletic Department has received approval from the South Carolina Department of Commerce and is excited to welcome Gamecock fans to Founders Park for baseball games this season. Per South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster's Executive Order of July 29, 2020, stadiums and athletics venues were permitted to open and exceed the order's guidelines if the department "can satisfactorily demonstrate an ability to comply with federal and state COVID-19 procedures and protocols to the Department of Commerce." Capacity for this season will be reduced to approximately 2,100 ticketed patrons (25.4 percent of normal capacity) with ticket pods of two and four seats. There will be approximately six feet of distance between the pods. Facial coverings will be required for staff and fans at all times at the stadium, and patrons also will be required to follow the SEC and University fan safety guidelines. For the 2021 season, baseball seating will be assigned by seat selection process, which will begin on Monday, December 14 at 9 a.m. Fans who had season tickets for the 2020 season or have paid deposits for tickets will be emailed a seat selection time Tuesday, December 8, before the seat selection process begins on December 14. All home Gamecock Athletics events are mobile-only ticketing, allowing for reduced contact at points of entry and greater flexibility to make adjustments should scheduling changes arise. The move also provides fans with more control in how they access, transfer, resell or return tickets. Fans will no longer receive a printed ticket booklet or have the option to print at home. All concessions will be cashless, only accepting debit cards, credit cards and mobile pay options (Apple Pay, Google Pay, etc.) to ensure contactless payment. While the Athletics Department welcomes fans to its home events, it also understands that many fans may choose to delay their return to its venues. As part of the "Reinvest for Success" campaign launched on August 10, any season ticket holders who would like a refund of their 2021 season tickets and any ticket-related expenses due to fears of COVID-19 can receive one while retaining their right to renew those tickets in 2022. Fans are encouraged to contact The Gamecock Club with any questions. Continue to visit GamecocksOnline.com for updates on Carolina baseball.
  13. Baseball 2/11/2020, | GCF Staff Report Gamecock Announces Opening Weekend Rotation The Gamecocks will go with Carmen Mlodzinski, Brett Kerry and Brannon Jordan vs. Holy Cross. COLUMBIA – Head Coach Mark Kingston announced his Opening Weekend rotation this afternoon (Tuesday, Feb. 11) for the three-game series against Holy Cross. The Gamecocks will go with redshirt sophomore righthander Carmen Mlodzinski, sophomore righthander Brett Kerry and junior righthander Brannon Jordan for the first three contests. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. Baseball 2/11/2020, | GCF Staff Report Gamecock Announces Opening Weekend Rotation The Gamecocks will go with Carmen Mlodzinski, Brett Kerry and Brannon Jordan vs. Holy Cross. COLUMBIA – Head Coach Mark Kingston announced his Opening Weekend rotation this afternoon (Tuesday, Feb. 11) for the three-game series against Holy Cross. The Gamecocks will go with redshirt sophomore righthander Carmen Mlodzinski, sophomore righthander Brett Kerry and junior righthander Brannon Jordan for the first three contests. Mlodzinski will get the ball on Opening Day for the second consecutive season as he had a no-decision in the 6-5 loss to Liberty on Feb. 15, 2019. The Hilton Head native made just three appearances last year before an injury in the Clemson game sidelined him for the spring. Mlodzinski has a tremendous summer in the Cape Cod League and is ranked No. 7 in the Top College Prospect list by D1Baseball.com. Kerry is coming off a great rookie campaign, earning Freshman All-America honors by four different organization and an SEC All-Freshman nod in 2019. Kerry was 4-1 with a 2.62 ERA in 22 appearances and had 65 strikeouts in 58.1 innings pitched. This will be Kerry's third career start for the Gamecocks, as he had a no-decision against Valparaiso on March 10 and picked up a win in the regular-season finale at Mississippi State on May 18. Jordan was selected in the 31st round of the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft by the Tampa Bay Rays. He attended Cowley County Community College in Kansas for two years and was named the Jayhawk East Conference and Region 6 Pitcher of the Year in 2019, striking out 74 in 61.1 innings.
  15. Kingston lays out Gamecocks plan for 2020 (AUDIO) Feb. 08, 2020, | sportstalk Gamecocks baseball coach Mark Kingston joined SportsTalk, Friday, to preview the upcoming season and the strides his club has made in the offseason. Kingston laid out his plans for the pitching rotation and what he hopes to see offensively from multiple junior college transfers. RHP Carmen Mlodzinski, who missed almost all of last season after breaking his foot, will return to anchor the staff and will get the opening-day start. Kingston said Mlodzinski had a great Cape Cod League season and was now “bigger, stronger and more confident” entering the 2020 season. Expectations are high for Mlodzinski’s return as he was named to the Baseball America Preseason All-America Second Team. RHP Brett Kerry, who finished last season with a 2.62 ERA, will be the team’s no. 2 starter. Kingston likes Kerry in that role as his propensity for generating quick outs helps rest the bullpen. Kingston expects hard-throwing junior college transfer RHP Thomas Farr to solidify the no. 3 starter’s role. RHP Daniel Lloyd will open the season as the Gamecocks closer. Kingston said Lloyd’s fastball is consistently in the mid-90’s and he touched 97 mph on the radar gun, Friday. Last year’s second baseman, Noah Campbell, will likely earn a starting role in the outfield, according to Kingston. Returning starters Brady Allen and Andrew Eyster are expected to man two outfield positions. Kingston was enthusiastic about his catching situation, highlighted by the addition of UCF transfer Dallas Beaver. Beaver, a left-handed hitter, was named a starter for the Cape Cod League all-star game and Kingston praised his leadership and defensive prowess. Wes Clarke will likely start at first base and multiple players will platoon at second base. Slick fielding George Kalil returns as shortstop and freshman Brennan Milone will step in at third base. Kingston heaped praise on Milone, “All he does is hit. So excited about him. A pure hitter.” The Gamecocks open the season next Friday at Founders Park against Holy Cross. Gamecocks head coach Mark Kingston
  16. Looking at the Gamecock possible opening Day lineup plus weekend rotation Feb. 06, 2020, | GCF Staff Report With just little over a week left till South Carolina baseball opens the 2020 season against Holy Cross, the Gamecock starting lineup is coming into focus. Here’s an early look at who will be on the field come Opening Day. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  17. Baseball 2/5/2020 Baseball to Scrimmage Three Times This Weekend The Gamecocks will scrimmage all weekend, culminating with Fan Fest on Sunday. COLUMBIA – The University of South Carolina baseball team will play three scrimmages this weekend as the Gamecocks close in on their season opener Feb. 14. Carolina will scrimmage on Friday afternoon (Feb. 7) at 3:30 p.m., Saturday afternoon (Feb. 8) at 1:30 p.m. and Sunday afternoon (Feb. 9) at 1 p.m. Sunday's scrimmage coincides with Fan Fest at Founders Park. All scrimmages are free and open to the public.
  18. Baseball 1/27/2020 Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Gamecock Duo Named Preseason All-Americans by Baseball America Carmen Mlodzinski earns second team honors while Noah Campbell was a third team nod. DURHAM, N.C. – University of South Carolina redshirt sophomore Carmen Mlodzinski and junior Noah Campbell were named Baseball America Preseason All-Americans, the publication announced this morning (Monday, Jan. 27). Mlodzinski was named to the second team while Campbell was a third-team selection. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  19. Baseball Opens Scrimmage Schedule This Weekend; Fan Fest Set for Feb. 9 1/20/2020 | Baseball | GCF Staff Report COLUMBIA - The University of South Carolina baseball team will begin full team practice this weekend with three scrimmages at Founders Park. All scrimmages are free and open to the public. Team practice for all of college baseball begins on Friday, Jan. 24 as the Gamecocks will scrimmage that day at 3:30 p.m. The Gamecocks will retake the field on Saturday, Jan. 25 with a 1 p.m. scrimmage. First pitch for Sunday's scrimmage is set for 3:30 p.m. The 2020 Fan Fest will be on Sunday, Feb. 9. Start time and more information will be announced in the near future. NOTE: With rain in the forecast on Friday, fans are encouraged to continue to check @GamecockBasebll on Twitter for time changes or cancellations.
  20. Five Gamecocks recognized by Perfect Game Jan. 20, 2020 The countdown to college baseball is on and as the season is now less than a month away, Perfect Game put together its lists of top players in the country. The South Carolina baseball program had five total players feature on various lists by the website, which covers high school and college baseball, along with the MLB Draft. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  21. Roth, Price Named to D1 Baseball's All-Decade Team 12/27/2019 | Baseball | GCF Staff Report OMAHA, Neb. - University of South Carolina alumni Michael Roth and Matt Price both were named to the All-Decade team by D1Baseball.com, the website announced this morning (Friday, Dec. 27). (VIEW ARTICLE)
  22. Roth, Price Named to D1 Baseball's All-Decade Team 12/27/2019 | Baseball | GCF Staff Report OMAHA, Neb. - University of South Carolina alumni Michael Roth and Matt Price both were named to the All-Decade team by D1Baseball.com, the website announced this morning (Friday, Dec. 27). Both Roth (starting pitcher) and Price (relief pitcher) were on back-to-back national championship teams with the Gamecocks in 2010 and 2011 as well as the national runner-up squad in 2012. They also helped Carolina set a national record with 22 consecutive wins in NCAA Tournament play from 2010-12. Roth (2009-12) was a two-time captain for the Gamecocks and ended his Carolina career with a 26-6 record and a stellar 1.91 ERA in 354.1 innings pitched. He was named a First Team All-American in 2011 by CollegeBaseballInsider.com, Baseball America and Perfect Game after going 14-3 with 1.06 ERA and 112 strikeouts in 145 innings pitched. In 2011, he earned the NCAA Elite 88 Award, given to the student-athlete with the highest grade-point-average in the College World Series and was named a CoSIDA First Team Academic All-American. He helped Carolina clinch the 2011 national championship with a win over Florida, allowing just two runs in 7.2 innings pitched. Roth is best known in Columbia for his performance in the 2010 College World Series. He pitched a complete game in a 5-1 win over Clemson, limiting the Tigers to just one run on three hits with four strikeouts to help Carolina to the national championship series. He then allowed a run on six hits in the championship series start against UCLA. Price (2009-12) was a captain in 2012 and appeared in 102 games for the Gamecocks, going 18-10 with a 2.76 ERA and a school-record 43 saves. Price had 267 career strikeouts, including 94 in 2012. Price was a First Team All-America selection by CollegeBaseballInsider.com and Perfect Game in 2011, finishing with a 7-3 record and a 1.83 ERA with 20 saves. He also was named to the College World Series All-Tournament Team in 2011, closing out the series with saves in both win over Florida. Price picked up the win in the 2010 national championship clinching victory over UCLA, pitching 2.2 scoreless innings of relief. He also picked up a win over Clemson that sent the Gamecocks to the 2010 national championship series. In that contest, Price struck out three in 2.1 innings of relief. Roth and Price are two of five players on the All-Decade Team from the SEC. They are joined by Alex Bregman of LSU and the Houston Astros, Aaron Nola of LSU, Jake Mangum of Mississippi State. The next decade of Gamecock baseball begins on February 14, 2020, as Carolina opens the season with a 4 p.m. game against Holy Cross at Founders Park. D1 Baseball All-Decade Team C - Adley Rutschman, Oregon State 1B - Andrew Vaughn, California 2B - Nick Madrigal, Oregon State SS - Alex Bregman, LSU 3B - Kris Bryant, San Diego OF - Jake Mangum, Mississippi State OF - Michael Conforto, Oregon State OF - George Springer, UConn DH - Seth Beer, Clemson UT - Brendan McKay, Louisville SP - Trevor Bauer, UCLA SP - Thomas Eshelman, Cal State Fullerton SP - Preston Morrison, TCU SP - Aaron Nola, LSU SP - Michael Roth, South Carolina RP - David Berg, LSU RP - Matt Price, South Carolina
  23. South Carolina baseball all-decade team: The 2010-12 run dominates Dec. 27, 2019 South Carolina baseball had a memorable start to the decade, winning national titles in 2010 and 2011 and coming close in 2012. Here are our picks for the best Gamecocks players of the 2010s. STARTING LINEUP Catcher — Grayson Greiner (2012-14) Greiner stepped right into the starting lineup for South Carolina as a freshman and never looked back, steadily improving over three seasons and finishing with a 2014 in which he hit .311 with eight home runs, 50 RBIs and a .486 slugging percentage. (VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE

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