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  1. Gamecocks Begin Kings Era With VMI Series The Gamecocks open the 2018 season this weekend with a three-game series against VMI at Founders Park GCF Staff Report Feb. 15, 2018 VMI at South Carolina Game Notes / ​Watch (Friday) / ​Live Stats / ​Live Audio / ​Twitter / ​Instagram / ​Ticket Information GAME INFO Date: Friday, Feb. 16-Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018 First Pitch: 4/12/1 p.m. Location: Columbia, S.C. Stadium: Founders Park (8,248) Broadcast: SEC Network Plus (Friday) Play-By-Play: Burch Antley Analyst: Kip Bouknight Series: South Carolina leads 9-5 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Friday South Carolina Adam Hill (Jr. RHP) 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0.0 IP, 0 BB, 0 SO VMI Josh Winder (Jr. RHP) 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0.0 IP, 0 BB, 0 SO
  2. GAMEDAY THREAD Carolina vs LSU **Tuesday, May 21, at 9:00 pm** Kerry and the Gamecocks open SEC Tournament play Tuesday night (May 21) against LSU. First pitch is set for 30 minutes after the Tennessee-Auburn game, which starts at 4:30 p.m. CDT (5:30 p.m. EDT) LISTEN LIVE TO GAMECOCK BASEBALL LSU Tigers Vs. South Carolina Gamecock
  3. LISTEN LIVE TO GAMECOCK BASEBALL Sunday, March 10, 2019, at 12:00 pm Valparaiso at South Carolina Gamecock Who: No. 24 South Carolina (10-3) vs. Valparaiso (2-7) When: 4 p.m., Friday, March 8 4 p.m., Saturday, March 9 1:30 p.m., Sunday, March 10 Where: Founders Park Watch: Streaming online on SEC Network Plus via WatchESPN Radio: 107.5 FM in Columbia area Forecast: A chance of showers late Friday, with a high of 63 degrees and a low of 47. Slight chance of rain in the morning Saturday, changing to overcast with a high near 70. Scattered rain and thunderstorms on Sunday but warm, high in the mid-70s. Starting pitchers (Friday): USC — Fr. RHP Wesley Sweatt (1-0, 1.35 ERA); Valpo — R-Sr. RHP Mike Kornacker (0-1, 6.08 ERA) Starting pitchers (Saturday): USC — Jr. RHP Reid Morgan (2-0, 1.74 ERA) vs. Valpo — Jr. RHP Jon Tieman (1-1, 6.32 ERA) Starting pitchers (Sunday): USC — TBA; Valpo — Fr. RHP Colin Fields (0-1, 6.14 ERA) Player to watch (Valparaiso): Redshirt senior left fielder Blake Billinger is Valparaiso’s top bat, leading the team in RBIs, home runs, slugging percentage and walks. He’s also tied for the most doubles, triples and hits — almost all of the Crusaders’ power comes from him. Players to watch (South Carolina): Freshman Wesley Sweatt will make his first collegiate start on Friday night. While the coaching staff has been high on him since fall practices and he has been effective in relief appearances so far, it will still be a huge challenge and test to see if he can bring some much-needed stability to the rotation alongside Reid Morgan.
  4. LISTEN LIVE TO GAMECOCK BASEBALL Friday, March 08, 2019, at 7:00 pm Valparaiso at South Carolina Gamecock Who: No. 24 South Carolina (10-3) vs. Valparaiso (2-7) When: 4 p.m., Friday, March 8 4 p.m., Saturday, March 9 1:30 p.m., Sunday, March 10 Where: Founders Park Watch: Streaming online on SEC Network Plus via WatchESPN Radio: 107.5 FM in Columbia area Forecast: A chance of showers late Friday, with a high of 63 degrees and a low of 47. Slight chance of rain in the morning Saturday, changing to overcast with a high near 70. Scattered rain and thunderstorms on Sunday but warm, high in the mid-70s. Starting pitchers (Friday): USC — Fr. RHP Wesley Sweatt (1-0, 1.35 ERA); Valpo — R-Sr. RHP Mike Kornacker (0-1, 6.08 ERA) Starting pitchers (Saturday): USC — Jr. RHP Reid Morgan (2-0, 1.74 ERA) vs. Valpo — Jr. RHP Jon Tieman (1-1, 6.32 ERA) Starting pitchers (Sunday): USC — TBA; Valpo — Fr. RHP Colin Fields (0-1, 6.14 ERA) Player to watch (Valparaiso): Redshirt senior left fielder Blake Billinger is Valparaiso’s top bat, leading the team in RBIs, home runs, slugging percentage and walks. He’s also tied for the most doubles, triples and hits — almost all of the Crusaders’ power comes from him. Players to watch (South Carolina): Freshman Wesley Sweatt will make his first collegiate start on Friday night. While the coaching staff has been high on him since fall practices and he has been effective in relief appearances so far, it will still be a huge challenge and test to see if he can bring some much-needed stability to the rotation alongside Reid Morgan.
  5. **March 09, 2019 - Saturday, 1:00 p.m.** South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Georgia Bulldogs Here you go free to listen if not near a radio or TV Who: Georgia (11-19, 2-15) at South Carolina (15-15, 10-7 SEC) When: 1 p.m. Saturday Where: Colonial Life Arena TV: SEC Network Radio: 107.5 FM The Game in Columbia area Series: Georgia leads 58-55 Last meeting: Feb. 2, 2019, in Athens — South Carolina 86, Georgia 80 Streak: South Carolina’s won five straight KenPom prediction: South Carolina 77, Georgia 71 STORYLINES 1. Quest for the No. 4 seed South Carolina doesn’t need to win Saturday to clinch the No. 4 seed and a double-bye for the SEC Tournament. An Auburn loss to Tennessee would also do the trick for the Gamecocks as they own the tie-breaker over the Tigers. Just don’t tell that to Frank Martin. “I don’t want to get the 4-seed because we tied anybody,” Martin said Thursday night on the Gamecock IMG Sports Network. “I want to be able to earn the 4-seed. That’s what I challenge our team with.” No matter the results Saturday, the Gamecocks can’t drop any lower than the 5-seed. 2. Lawson’s status Martin said Thursday night that A.J. Lawson has made “great progress” with his sprained ankle, but Lawson’s status for the Georgia game remains to be determined. The Gamecocks are 1-1 without their star freshman. They got by Texas A&M on Tuesday by shooting lights-out from 3-point range and holding the Aggies to seven field goals in the second half. Georgia enters as the SEC’s worst scoring defense, allowing opponents over 74 points per game. The Bulldogs are also less than full strength as second-leading scorer Rayshaun Hammonds is sidelined with a foot injury. Lawson scored 19 points in the first USC-UGA game. Hammonds had 11. 3. Senior Day South Carolina hasn’t lost on Senior Day in three years. Saturday’s will be special as Chris Silva, one of the program’s all-time greats, calls it a career in Colonial Life Arena. He’ll be joined by Hassani Gravett and Tre Campbell. That trio has accounted for 45 percent of Carolina’s scoring this season.
  6. LISTEN LIVE TO GAMECOCK BASEBALL Tuesday, March 06, 2019, at 4:00 pm Gardner-Webb at South Carolina Gamecock Baseball 3/4/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Gamecocks Host The Citadel, Gardner-Webb in Double Midweek The Gamecocks face a set of Bulldogs with 4 p.m. first pitches on Tuesday and Wednesday Story Links GAME NOTES (PDF) LIVE VIDEO LIVE STATS COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The University of South Carolina baseball team gets ready for five games this week at Founders Park, starting with midweek contests against The Citadel and Gardner-Webb. The Gamecocks face The Citadel on Tuesday, March 5 and Gardner-Webb on Wednesday, March 6. Both games will start at 4 p.m., which is a time change from the original schedule. Both games 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 with Derek Scott, Drew Meyer and Tommy Moody on the call. Carolina is coming off winning the Palmetto Series against Clemson, taking Friday night's game, 5-4, and winning on Sunday in Columbia, 14-3. PARKING INFORMATION > For the third straight season, shuttle parking for the University of South Carolina baseball season will be operational at the Key Road Gravel Lot (1105 Key Road) and in Lot B of the Colonial Life Arena parking lot. Shuttles will begin running two hours prior to game time. We strongly recommend that fans use the baseball shuttle from Key Road to Founders Park over the CLA shuttle for the convenience, spacious parking (650 spaces) and less congestion than at the arena. Please remember that at the arena, shuttle parking will be limited to 50 spaces because of the student demand for parking in this area. There is a high student demand Monday through Thursday that lasts until 7 p.m. because of classes. Lots A and B are also reserved for men's and women's basketball parking on Feb. 19, 26, March 3 and March 9.(NOTE: THE CLA LOT WILL BE CLOSED FOR FRIDAY'S GAME DUE TO AN EVENT AT THE ARENA.) For GPS purposes, the address for the Key Road Gravel Lot is 1105 Key Road, Columbia, SC 29201. BUSINESS LOTS DURING AFTERNOON GAMES Business lot parking passes will be honored in Lot 1 ONLY for the Feb. 15, 19, 20, 22 and 26 afternoon baseball games based on availability. The businesses at 405 (Lot 9) and 401 (Lot 10) Huger Street request that you begin parking at 5:30 p.m. on weekdays. Other business lots open at 5 p.m. on weekdays. Parking is allowed in Lot 8 (the Cregger lot) on the Williams St. side for the afternoon early games. GAME DAY PARKING INFORMATION (including public game day lots (PGDL: $10/$5 per game)) Weekday 4 p.m. Games (Feb. 15, 19, 20, 22, 26, March 4, 5) Game time: 4 p.m. Stadium opens: 2:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 5/5:30 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PDGL Open: 1 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 2 p.m. Weekdays Game Time: 7 p.m. Stadium Opens: 5:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 5/5:30 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 4 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 5 p.m. Saturday Game Time: 4 p.m. Stadium Opens: 2:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 1 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 1 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 2 p.m. Sunday Game Time: 1:30 p.m. Stadium Opens: Noon Business Lots Open: 10:30 a.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 10:30 a.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 11:30 a.m. PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Tuesday South Carolina TJ Shook (R-So. RHP) 1-0, 8.31 ERA, 4.1 IP, 2 BB, 10 SO The Citadel Cameron Reeves (Fr. RHP) 0-0, 7.36 ERA, 3.2 IP, 5 BB, 2 SO Wednesday South Carolina TBA Gardner-Webb Noah Davis (So. RHP) 0-0, 9.00 ERA, 5.0 IP, 3 BB, 7 SO SCOUTING THE CITADEL The Bulldogs swept North Alabama in Charleston this past weekend, outscoring the Lions, 21-10. Ryan McCarthy and Ben Peden each had three hits and two RBI in the 8-3 win on Sunday. McCarthy leads The Citadel with a .429 batting average while Tyler Corbitt is hitting .371 with nine runs scored. The Bulldogs will start Cameron Reeves on Tuesday. He has made two appearances with a start in 3.2 innings pitched. THE SERIES Carolina leads the overall series 133-49-1 as the two teams split the season series last season, each winning on the other team's field. The Citadel defeated the Gamecocks, 4-3, on Ben Peden's ninth-inning home run on March 20. Carolina then won in Charleston, 12-1, on April 10 as Jacob Olson went 2-for-3 at the plate with three runs scored and five RBI. SCOUTING GARDNER-WEBB The Bulldogs split the two-game set against Appalachian State this past weekend, winning the first contest, 12-3, before dropping the nightcap, 24-3. Taber Mongero had three hits in the win over the Mountaineers. Corey Howard leads Gardner-Webb with a .375 average while Chandler Redmond has seven home runs. On the mound, Gardner-Webb will start Noah Davis, who has seven strikeouts in nine innings pitched this season.. THE SERIES The two teams have met on the diamond three times with Carolina holding a 2-1 series advantage. Gardner-Webb won the last meeting in 2013, 7-6, in Shelby, N.C. RANKINGS South Carolina returned to most of the national polls this week after defeating Clemson in two of three games on March 1-3. The Gamecocks are ranked 19th in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper poll and 20th in the Baseball America poll. Carolina is 24th in both the D1Baseball.com and USA TODAY Coaches' poll. GAMECOCKS SLUG TOWARDS NCAA STAT LEADERS Carolina currently is second in the country with 23 home runs this season after 11 games. TJ Hopkins has five home runs to lead the team while Luke Berryhill and Jacob Olson have four apiece. New Mexico State leads the country with 29 home runs. Carolina also is fourth in the country in slugging percentage at .561. Berryhill has a team-best .872, which is second in the SEC and 17th in the nation. SEC LEADERS Cam Tringali is eighth in the SEC in ERA (0.77), ninth in opponent's batting average (.154) and tied for the lead in appearances with six. Reid Morgan is third in the conference in innings pitched at 20.2. At the plate, TJ Hopkins is second in home runs (5), tied for second in triples (2), fourth in slugging percentage (.830), tied for fourth in RBI (16) and tied for the lead in total bases (39). Luke Berryhill is second in slugging percentage (.872), third in total bases (34) and tied for sixth in RBI (14). He also is tied for third with four home runs. Jacob Olson also is tied for third with four home runs. As a team, SC is eighth in batting average, 10th in ERA and 14th in fielding percentage. UP NEXT The Gamecocks face Valparaiso in a three-game set this weekend (March 8-10) at Founders Park. Friday's game begins at 7 p.m. with Saturday's game starting at 4 p.m. The series concludes Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
  7. LISTEN LIVE TO GAMECOCK BASEBALL Tuesday, March 05, 2019, at 4:00 pm The Citadel at South Carolina Gamecock Baseball 3/4/2019 | Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Gamecocks Host The Citadel, Gardner-Webb in Double Midweek The Gamecocks face a set of Bulldogs with 4 p.m. first pitches on Tuesday and Wednesday Story Links GAME NOTES (PDF) LIVE VIDEO LIVE STATS COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The University of South Carolina baseball team gets ready for five games this week at Founders Park, starting with midweek contests against The Citadel and Gardner-Webb. The Gamecocks face The Citadel on Tuesday, March 5 and Gardner-Webb on Wednesday, March 6. Both games will start at 4 p.m., which is a time change from the original schedule. Both games 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 with Derek Scott, Drew Meyer and Tommy Moody on the call. Carolina is coming off winning the Palmetto Series against Clemson, taking Friday night's game, 5-4, and winning on Sunday in Columbia, 14-3. PARKING INFORMATION > For the third straight season, shuttle parking for the University of South Carolina baseball season will be operational at the Key Road Gravel Lot (1105 Key Road) and in Lot B of the Colonial Life Arena parking lot. Shuttles will begin running two hours prior to game time. We strongly recommend that fans use the baseball shuttle from Key Road to Founders Park over the CLA shuttle for the convenience, spacious parking (650 spaces) and less congestion than at the arena. Please remember that at the arena, shuttle parking will be limited to 50 spaces because of the student demand for parking in this area. There is a high student demand Monday through Thursday that lasts until 7 p.m. because of classes. Lots A and B are also reserved for men's and women's basketball parking on Feb. 19, 26, March 3 and March 9.(NOTE: THE CLA LOT WILL BE CLOSED FOR FRIDAY'S GAME DUE TO AN EVENT AT THE ARENA.) For GPS purposes, the address for the Key Road Gravel Lot is 1105 Key Road, Columbia, SC 29201. BUSINESS LOTS DURING AFTERNOON GAMES Business lot parking passes will be honored in Lot 1 ONLY for the Feb. 15, 19, 20, 22 and 26 afternoon baseball games based on availability. The businesses at 405 (Lot 9) and 401 (Lot 10) Huger Street request that you begin parking at 5:30 p.m. on weekdays. Other business lots open at 5 p.m. on weekdays. Parking is allowed in Lot 8 (the Cregger lot) on the Williams St. side for the afternoon early games. GAME DAY PARKING INFORMATION (including public game day lots (PGDL: $10/$5 per game)) Weekday 4 p.m. Games (Feb. 15, 19, 20, 22, 26, March 4, 5) Game time: 4 p.m. Stadium opens: 2:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 5/5:30 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PDGL Open: 1 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 2 p.m. Weekdays Game Time: 7 p.m. Stadium Opens: 5:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 5/5:30 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 4 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 5 p.m. Saturday Game Time: 4 p.m. Stadium Opens: 2:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 1 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 1 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 2 p.m. Sunday Game Time: 1:30 p.m. Stadium Opens: Noon Business Lots Open: 10:30 a.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 10:30 a.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 11:30 a.m. PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Tuesday South Carolina TJ Shook (R-So. RHP) 1-0, 8.31 ERA, 4.1 IP, 2 BB, 10 SO The Citadel Cameron Reeves (Fr. RHP) 0-0, 7.36 ERA, 3.2 IP, 5 BB, 2 SO Wednesday South Carolina TBA Gardner-Webb Noah Davis (So. RHP) 0-0, 9.00 ERA, 5.0 IP, 3 BB, 7 SO SCOUTING THE CITADEL The Bulldogs swept North Alabama in Charleston this past weekend, outscoring the Lions, 21-10. Ryan McCarthy and Ben Peden each had three hits and two RBI in the 8-3 win on Sunday. McCarthy leads The Citadel with a .429 batting average while Tyler Corbitt is hitting .371 with nine runs scored. The Bulldogs will start Cameron Reeves on Tuesday. He has made two appearances with a start in 3.2 innings pitched. THE SERIES Carolina leads the overall series 133-49-1 as the two teams split the season series last season, each winning on the other team's field. The Citadel defeated the Gamecocks, 4-3, on Ben Peden's ninth-inning home run on March 20. Carolina then won in Charleston, 12-1, on April 10 as Jacob Olson went 2-for-3 at the plate with three runs scored and five RBI. SCOUTING GARDNER-WEBB The Bulldogs split the two-game set against Appalachian State this past weekend, winning the first contest, 12-3, before dropping the nightcap, 24-3. Taber Mongero had three hits in the win over the Mountaineers. Corey Howard leads Gardner-Webb with a .375 average while Chandler Redmond has seven home runs. On the mound, Gardner-Webb will start Noah Davis, who has seven strikeouts in nine innings pitched this season.. THE SERIES The two teams have met on the diamond three times with Carolina holding a 2-1 series advantage. Gardner-Webb won the last meeting in 2013, 7-6, in Shelby, N.C. RANKINGS South Carolina returned to most of the national polls this week after defeating Clemson in two of three games on March 1-3. The Gamecocks are ranked 19th in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper poll and 20th in the Baseball America poll. Carolina is 24th in both the D1Baseball.com and USA TODAY Coaches' poll. GAMECOCKS SLUG TOWARDS NCAA STAT LEADERS Carolina currently is second in the country with 23 home runs this season after 11 games. TJ Hopkins has five home runs to lead the team while Luke Berryhill and Jacob Olson have four apiece. New Mexico State leads the country with 29 home runs. Carolina also is fourth in the country in slugging percentage at .561. Berryhill has a team-best .872, which is second in the SEC and 17th in the nation. SEC LEADERS Cam Tringali is eighth in the SEC in ERA (0.77), ninth in opponent's batting average (.154) and tied for the lead in appearances with six. Reid Morgan is third in the conference in innings pitched at 20.2. At the plate, TJ Hopkins is second in home runs (5), tied for second in triples (2), fourth in slugging percentage (.830), tied for fourth in RBI (16) and tied for the lead in total bases (39). Luke Berryhill is second in slugging percentage (.872), third in total bases (34) and tied for sixth in RBI (14). He also is tied for third with four home runs. Jacob Olson also is tied for third with four home runs. As a team, SC is eighth in batting average, 10th in ERA and 14th in fielding percentage. UP NEXT The Gamecocks face Valparaiso in a three-game set this weekend (March 8-10) at Founders Park. Friday's game begins at 7 p.m. with Saturday's game starting at 4 p.m. The series concludes Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
  8. **March 05, 2019 - Tuesday, 7:00 p.m.** South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Texas A&M Men's Basketball | 3/4/2019 2:03:00 PM Story Links GAME NOTES (PDF) LIVE STATS WATCH TWITTER UPDATES COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina (14-15, 9-7 SEC) travels to face Texas A&M (13-15, 6-10 SEC) on Tuesday night in its final road contest of the regular season. Tip time is set for 7 p.m. ET in College Station with Tom Hart (play-by-play) and Jon Sundvold (analyst) on the call for the SEC Network broadcast.STARTING FIVE> South Carolina travels to Texas A&M in its final road contest of the regular season on Tuesday. It's a quick turnaround for the Gamecocks who were on the road at Missouri on Saturday afternoon. Carolina looks to snap a three-game losing streak on Tuesday.> For the second straight game the Gamecocks will be without rookie guard A.J. Lawson at A&M. He suffered a severe low left ankle sprain during the second half of last Tuesday's contest versus Alabama. Lawson is listed as out indefinitely, and will miss at least Tuesday's game at Texas A&M. The SEC Freshman of the Year candidate is averaging 13.9 points, 4.4 rebounds, and a team high 3.0 assists per game with 18 double-figure scoring games this season. In league games, he is scoring 14.0 points, and dishing out 2.6 assists per outing.> Senior guard Hassani Gravett stepped into the starting lineup for the first time in SEC play on Saturday at Mizzou, scoring a team high 20 points, behind matching his career high with eight made field goals. After struggling from beyond the arc in the previous two outings (1-11 combined), Gravett connected on three of his seven attempts from range. The SEC Sixth Man of the Year candidate is averaging 12.8 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game in league play, and has hit 43.5 percent (37-85) of his 3-point attempts.> In the first meeting with Texas A&M this season, Carolina found itself down by double-digits early in the second half, but the Gamecocks matched the program record with 16 made 3s in the contest, and rallied for the 84-77 win. Lawson hit six of those 3s, while Gravett added four, Campbell had three, Haase two and Silva connected from range as well. For the game, Carolina was 16-of-31 from 3-point range, 51.6 percent.> South Carolina has been riddled by injuries this season, having had five players miss significant time. Sophomore starter Justin Minaya has missed 24 games due to a knee injury, rookie guard T.J. Moss - who started the previous three games before suffering an ankle and foot injury - has missed 22 games due to injury, junior forward Maik Kotsar missed two crucial non-conference games - Virginia and Clemson - due to a concussion, and reserves Jason Cudd (14 games) and Alanzo Frink (7 games) have also missed games on the injuried list. THROUGH 29 GAMES...> The Gamecocks are 14-15 overall this season, with a 10-6 mark at home, a 3-8 record on the road and 1-1 in neutral-site matchups.> Rookie guard A.J. Lawson (48-133), senior guard Hassani Gravett (58-142) and graduate student guard Tre Campbell (44-115) have combined to hit 150 of Carolina's 214 3-pointers this season, connecting on 38.4 percent of their attempts.> Five different Gamecocks have registered at least 30 assists on the season, led by Lawson's 83 (3.0 per game).> Senior guard Hassani Gravett has 18 games this season with multiple made 3-point baskets, including hitting three at Missouri last Saturday.> The Gamecocks are 7-2 when having 15 or more assists.> Carolina is 11-7 when making six or more 3-point baskets.> Senior forward Chris Silva has a team high 60 blocks, which already surpasses his career high for a season (51 in 37 games in 2016-17).> The Gamecocks are 11-3 when outrebounding their opponent, including a 7-0 mark when outrebounding opponents in SEC play.> Carolina is 9-3 this season when leading at the half.FRANK MARTIN> South Carolina head coach Frank Martin is in his seventh season leading the Gamecocks and 12th season overall as a head coach in 2018-19. Martin, the 2017 Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year (CollegeInsider.com), led South Carolina to its first Final Four and a school record 26 wins in 2016-17. In his 11 complete seasons as a head coach, Martin has led his teams to at least 21 wins seven times. Martin is a native of Miami, Fla., and a graduate of FIU.> Prior to his time on the sidelines in the college ranks, Martin spent 15 years in high school coaching in Miami, Fla., including the last seven as a head coach. He was part of five state championships as an assistant at Miami Senior High School (1985-93), before earning two titles as the program's head coach (1995-98). Highlighting Martin's stint as the head coach of the program were consecutive 30-win seasons and consecutive Florida 6A State Championships in 1996 and 1997, with his 1997 squad earning a 36-1 overall record and ranking No. 4 in the USA Today Top 25 Poll. He also served as the head coach at North Miami Senior High School (1993-95) and one season at Booker T. Washington High School (1999-2000).> Among active Division I head coaches, South Carolina's Frank Martin holds the seventh-highest (tied with Michigan's John Beilein) NCAA Tournament winning percentage (.667) behind only Duke's Mike Krzyzewski, North Carolina's Roy Williams, Kentucky's John Calipari, Kansas' Bill Self, Michigan State's Tom Izzo and Villanova's Jay Wright.> Martin led team's are 104-102 (.504) all-time in league play.QUICK HITS> South Carolina is in its 111th season of varsity basketball in 2018-19.> Gamecock head coach Frank Martin is joined on the sidelines by assistant coaches Perry Clark (6th season), Bruce Shingler (3rd season) and Chuck Martin (2nd season). Andy Assaley is in his seventh season as the director of operations.> South Carolina is one of 13 DI schools nationally that have two or more former DI coaches serving as an assistant coach. Perry Clark served as the head coach at Tulane, Miami (Fla.) and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, while Chuck Martin was the head coach at Marist for five campaigns.> South Carolina advanced to its first Final Four in 2016-17, which included posting its first NCAA Tounament win since the 1973 campaign when it talied a 93-73 win over Marquette in the First Round.> The Gamecocks are 24-14 (.631) in neutral-site contests under the direction of head coach Frank Martin, including a 3-3 mark last season.> Carolina was 15-18 (.454) over the course of the last three seasons in away contests (2015-16, 16-17, 17-18).> Martin is 31-43 (.418) against ranked opponents as a head coach. His teams have four wins over opponents ranked in the top five, and two wins over opponents who are ranked No. 1.> Senior forward Chris Silva was named to the Preseason All-SEC First Team by both the media and coaches; and also named to the Karl Malone Award Watch List, the Naismith Trophy Watch List and the Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 Watch List. He was also named a Senior CLASS Award Candidate.SCOUTING THE GAMECOCKS> Carolina is 14-15 overall this season, including a 3-8 mark in away games. The Gamecocks look to snap a four-game SEC road losing streak (last road win at Georgia on Feb. 2).> Due to injuries, Carolina will have just nine players available on Tuesday at Texas A&M.> Rookie forward Keyshawn Bryant has put together a solid freshman season resume thus far. The Winter Haven, Fla., native has 11 double-figure scoring games, including 15 points at Mizzou on Saturday. He's also been solid on the glass (3.8 rebounds per game), and is averaging 1.4 assists and 0.7 steals per outing.> Senior forward Chris Silva has led or shared the team lead in scoring 10 times, in rebounding 13, blocks 21 and he has a team high 20 double-figure scoring games this season. Over his last five games, he is averaging 16.0 points, 6.2 rebounds and 2.4 blocks per game.> According to KenPom.com's Efficiency and Tempo data, South Carolina has played at the fastest offensive pace in the SEC this season, with an average possession length of 15.6 seconds (18th in the nation). That is faster than the noted up-tempo offenses of Arkansas and Auburn. It is the fastest pace that a Frank Martin-coached team has ever played at South Carolina.> In the most recent NCAA rankings, Carolina's DI strength of schedule is 20, and the Gamecocks have a combined seven Quadrant 1 and 2 wins this season.> Rookie guard A.J. Lawson is fourth among freshmen in the SEC in scoring (overall games) at 13.9 points per game this season.> Silva's 2.07 blocked shots per game (overall games), rank third in the SEC and 32nd nationally. In SEC play, he is blocking 2.25 shots per game.> Entering SEC play, Carolina ranked 300th nationally (NCAA stats games through Jan. 2) in 3-point field goal percent, averaging just 30.8 percent from beyond the arc. In the most recent NCAA stats (games through March 3), Carolina is 110th nationally at 35.8 percent.> South Carolina returns seven letterwinners from last season's 17-16 squad, including senior guard Hassani Gravett and senior forward Chris Silva.> Carolina welcomes nine newcomers to its roster this season, including transfers and six freshmen student-athletes. Jair Bolden (transfer/George Washington/guard), redshirt-junior Raymond "Quad" Borup (r-junior/forward), graduate transfer Tre Campbell (transfer/Georgetown/guard), Keyshawn Bryant (freshman/guard), Jermaine Couisnard (freshman/guard), Alanzo Frink (freshman/forward), A.J. Lawson (freshman/guard), T.J. Moss(freshman/guard) and Nathan Nelson (freshman/forward).SCOUTING THE AGGIES> Texas A&M is 13-15 overall this season, and holds a 6-10 mark in SEC games. > A&M is 9-7 in home games this season and 3-5 in SEC home games with wins over Georgia, Alabama and Vanderbilt.> The Aggies have won three of their last four games, including a 64-57 home win over Vanderbilt this past Saturday.> Junior guard Wendell Mitchell paces the team with 13.4 points per game and in league play that number rises to 15.2 points per game. > Sophomore guard/forward Savion Flagg adds 12.8 points per game, and leads the team with 7.7 rebounds per outing.> As a team, the Aggies are averaging 43.7 percent from the field, but just 30.4 percent from 3-point range.> A&M's perimeter defense is strong this season, holding opponents to just 32.1 percent, which ranks second in the SEC and 68th nationally.COMING UP NEXT> South Carolina returns to Colonial Life Arena for the regular-season finale and Senior Day on Saturday for a 1 p.m. ET matchup against Georgia. Dave Neal (play-by-play) and Daymeon Fishback (analyst) will have the call for the SEC Network broadcast.
  9. **February 26, 2019 - Tuesday, 7:00 p.m.** South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Here you go free to listen if not near a radio or TV GAME INFO Who: Alabama (16-11, 7-7 SEC) at South Carolina (14-13, 9-5 SEC) When: 7 p.m. Tuesday Where: Colonial Life Arena TV: ESPN2 Radio: 107.5 FM The Game in Columbia area Series: Alabama leads 29-16 Last meeting: Jan. 9, 2018, in Tuscaloosa— Alabama 76, South Carolina 62 Streak: Alabama’s won three straight KenPom prediction: South Carolina 76, Alabama 74 Story Links GAME NOTES (PDF) LIVE STATS WATCH TWITTER UPDATES COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina (14-13, 9-5 SEC) will host two of its final four games of the regular season at Colonial Life Arena, beginning Tuesday night versus Alabama (16-11, 7-7 SEC). Tip time for the contest is set for 7 p.m. ET with Roy Philpott (play-by-play) and Paul Biancardi (analyst) on the call for the ESPN2 broadcast.STARTING FIVE> South Carolina welcomes Alabama to Colonial Life Arena on Tuesday in the only meeting between the two schools this SEC regular season. Alabama has won three-straight in the series, including a 76-62 win over Carolina last season in Tuscaloosa.> Despite a 16-point advantage at one point in the first half, Carolina wasn't able to hold on for the win at Mississippi State on Saturday, as the Bulldogs battled back to take the 76-61 home win. Rookie guard A.J. Lawson paced the Gamecocks with 18 points behind a trio of 3-pointers, and junior forward Maik Kotsar added 13 points with five rebounds. > South Carolina continues to lead the SEC in 3-point field goal percentage entering play this week, thanks to four Gamecocks averaging over 46 percent from beyond the arc in league games. Senior forward Chris Silva has hit 50 percent from beyond the arc (9-18), while Tre Campbell (47.4%), Hassani Gravett (47.1%) and Felipe Haase (46.2%) have also been solid from three in league play.> South Carolina is 6-1 in its SEC home games to date, averaging 80.3 points per game in those outings. Carolina's only home loss in league play came against top-ranked Tennessee on Jan. 29. The Gamecocks have hit 44.7 percent from the field and 42.2 percent from 3-point range, and are holding opponents to just 34.8 percent from beyond the arc at home. Silva has been outstanding at home in league play, averaging 20.1 points, 9.4 rebounds and 3.1 blocks per game. Lawson (13.6) and Gravett (12.6) are also in double figures in those matchups.> The Gamecocks will play two games on the road and two at home to conclude the regular season. After Tuesday's meeting against the Crimson Tide, the Gamecocks will hit the road for back-to-back rematches, first at Missouri on Saturday before heading to Texas A&M next week. A meeting with Georgia on Senior Day (March 9), will be the final game of the regular season for the Gamecocks.THROUGH 27 GAMES...> The Gamecocks are 14-13 overall this season, with a 10-5 mark at home, a 3-7 record on the road and 1-1 in neutral-site matchups.> Rookie guard A.J. Lawson (48-132), senior guard Hassani Gravett (54-127) and graduate student guard Tre Campbell (41-107) have combined to hit 143 of Carolina's 207 3-pointers this season, connecting on 39.0 percent of their attempts.> Five different Gamecocks have registered at least 30 assists on the season, led by Lawson's 78 (2.9 per game).> Senior guard Hassani Gravett has 17 games this season with multiple made 3-point baskets, including hitting four in three of the last four games (at Tennessee/Texas A&M/Ole Miss).> The Gamecocks are 7-2 when having 15 or more assists.> Carolina is 11-7 when making six or more 3-point baskets.> Senior forward Chris Silva has a team high 56 blocks, which already surpasses his career high for a season (51 in 37 games in 2016-17).> The Gamecocks are 11-3 when outrebounding their opponent, including a 7-0 mark when outrebounding opponents in SEC play.> Carolina is 9-3 this season when leading at the half. FRANK MARTIN: South Carolina’s path to postseason play If Alabama can take Tennessee to the wire in Knoxville, the Crimson Tide is more than capable of winning at Colonial Life Arena. Forward Donta Hall is a force on the glass. Swingman and Columbia native Tevin Mack has the ability to shoot himself into a hot streak from 3-point range. Guard Kira Lews is one of the top freshman scorers in the SEC. All of the above is likely mentioned by Frank Martin before South Carolina’s game with Alabama. What the USC coach won’t bring up is the potential impact of Tuesday’s result on the Gamecocks’ NCAA Tournament chances. “I try to give guys perspective of where we’re at instead of speaking about these as play-in games,” Martin said during a Monday news conference. “That’s me putting undue pressure on our players.” USC (14-13, 9-5 SEC) and ‘Bama (16-11, 7-7) are set for a 7 p.m. Tuesday tip at Colonial Life Arena. The Gamecocks enter as the No. 4 seed for next month’s SEC Tournament. The Tide enters as the No. 9. It’s only here where Martin is using a postseason scenario as locker room dialogue. “I give them perspective,” Martin said. “We’re in fourth place. If the thing started today, we’re the four-seed in the SEC (tournament). There’s a lot of people who want to be the four-seed with four games to go.” The No. 4 seed in the SEC Tournament has made the NCAA Tournament in three of the past four seasons — LSU in 2015, USC in 2017 and Kentucky in 2018. South Carolina, though, has little margin for error. The Gamecocks debuted Friday as one of the last eight teams out of the tournament field Joe Lunardi posted to ESPN.com. They lost at 20-win Mississippi State a day later.SCOUTING THE GAMECOCKS> South Carolina continues to hold fourth place in the league standings with a 9-5 record in conference matchups. Ole Miss is also 9-5, but with the Gamecocks' win over the Rebels last Tuesday, Carolina holds the tiebreaker for the SEC Tournament seeding.> The Gamecocks are 10-5 at home, including a 6-1 mark in conference home games.> Carolina is 9-1 in SEC games when senior guard Hassani Gravett scored 10 or more points this season.> Rookie guard A.J. Lawson has led or shared the team lead in scoring a team best 12 times this season.> In the most recent NCAA rankings, Carolina's DI strength of schedule is 18, and the Gamecocks have a combined seven Quadrant 1 and 2 wins this season.> Rookie guard A.J. Lawson is third among freshmen in the SEC in scoring (overall games) at 14.0 points per game this season.> Silva's 2.07 blocked shots per game (overall games), rank third in the SEC and 32nd nationally. In SEC play, he is blocking 2.28 shots per game.> Entering SEC play, Carolina ranked 300th nationally (NCAA stats games through Jan. 2) in 3-point field goal percent, averaging just 30.8 percent from beyond the arc. In the most recent NCAA stats (games through Feb. 24), Carolina is 74th nationally at 36.6 percent.> South Carolina returns seven letterwinners from last season's 17-16 squad, including senior guard Hassani Gravett and senior forward Chris Silva.> Carolina welcomes nine newcomers to its roster this season, including transfers and six freshmen student-athletes. Jair Bolden (transfer/George Washington/guard), redshirt-junior Raymond "Quad" Borup (r-junior/forward), graduate transfer Tre Campbell (transfer/Georgetown/guard), Keyshawn Bryant (freshman/guard), Jermaine Couisnard (freshman/guard), Alanzo Frink (freshman/forward), A.J. Lawson (freshman/guard), T.J. Moss(freshman/guard) and Nathan Nelson (freshman/forward).SCOUTING THE CRIMSON TIDE> Alabama is 16-11 overall this season and currently in a tie for eighth in the SEC standings with a 7-7 mark in conference contests.> Head coach Avery Johnson is in his fourth season at Alabama.> The Tide hold a 9-4 non-conference record this season with notable wins over Arizona, Penn State, and Kentucky, Ole Miss and Mississippi State in league play.> Three average double-figure points for Alabama, led by rookie point guard Kira Lewis Jr.'s, 14.2 points per game. Donta Hall (10.9) and John Petty (10.6) are also in double figures. Hall is third in the SEC and 63rd nationally with 8.5 rebounds per game.> Alabama is just 2-5 on the road in SEC action, with those wins coming at Missouri and Vanderbilt.> Alabama is hitting 44.0 percent from the field in league games, and 34.3 percent from beyond the arc.> The Crimson Tide posted a 68-61 win over Vanderbilt on Saturday to stop a three-game losing streak. Hall (14 points, 11 rebounds) and junior guard Dazon Ingram (13 points, 10 rebounds) led Alabama in the win.COMING UP NEXTSouth Carolina hits the road for back-to-back road games, first at Missouri this Saturday, before a Tuesday matchup next week at Texas A&M. Kevin Fitzgerald (play-by-play) and Dane Bradshaw (analyst) will have the call this weekend for the matchup vs. the Tigers on the SEC Network.
  10. LISTEN LIVE TO GAMECOCK BASEBALL Wednesday, February 20, 2019, at 4:00 pm Presbyterian at South Carolina Gamecocks Gamecocks Welcomes Winthrop, Presbyterian for the Midweek A pair of 4 p.m. starts against Big South teams highlights the midweek for the Gamecocks. COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The University of South Carolina baseball team, coming off a 2-1 weekend against Liberty to open the 2019 season, will host a pair of Big South opponents in midweek contests at Founders Park. The Gamecocks face Winthrop on Tuesday afternoon (Feb. 19) at 4 p.m. Carolina then hosts Presbyterian on Wednesday afternoon (Feb. 20) at 4 p.m. Wednesday's game will be streamed on SEC Network Plus with Burch Antley and Kip Bouknight on the call. Both games will be broadcast on The Game 107.5 FM with Derek Scott, Drew Meyer and Tommy Moody on the call. The Gamecocks fell in their season opener, 6-5 in 11 innings, on Friday afternoon before rebounding for a 13-7 win on Saturday and a 3-2 walk-off victory Sunday afternoon. PARKING INFORMATION > For the third straight season, shuttle parking for the University of South Carolina baseball season will be operational at the Key Road Gravel Lot (1105 Key Road) and in Lot B of the Colonial Life Arena parking lot. Shuttles will begin running two hours prior to game time. We strongly recommend that fans use the baseball shuttle from Key Road to Founders Park over the CLA shuttle for the convenience, spacious parking (650 spaces) and less congestion than at the arena. Please remember that at the arena, shuttle parking will be limited to 50 spaces because of the student demand for parking in this area. There is a high student demand Monday through Thursday that lasts until 7 p.m. because of classes. Lots A and B are also reserved for men's and women's basketball parking on Feb. 17, 18 and 21. For GPS purposes, the address for the Key Road Gravel Lot is 1105 Key Road, Columbia, SC 29201. BUSINESS LOTS DURING AFTERNOON GAMES Business lot parking passes will be honored in Lot 1 ONLY for the Feb. 15, 19, 20, 22 and 26 afternoon baseball games based on availability. The businesses at 405 (Lot 9) and 401 (Lot 10) Huger Street request that you begin parking at 5:30 p.m. on weekdays. Other business lots open at 5 p.m. on weekdays. Parking is allowed in Lot 8 (the Cregger lot) on the Williams St. side for the afternoon early games. GAME DAY PARKING INFORMATION (including public game day lots (PGDL: $10/$5 per game)) Weekday 4 p.m. Games (Feb. 15, 19, 20, 22, 26) Game time: 4 p.m. Stadium opens: 2:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 5/5:30 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PDGL Open: 1 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 2 p.m. Weekdays Game Time: 7 p.m. Stadium Opens: 5:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 5/5:30 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 4 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 5 p.m. Saturday Game Time: 4 p.m. Stadium Opens: 2:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 1 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 1 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 2 p.m.
  11. South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Tennessee Volunteers STARTING FIVE> South Carolina looks to even the season series against top-ranked Tennessee on Wednesday, as the teams meet for the second time in 2019. The Vols captured a 92-70 win in Columbia in the first meeting between the two schools just 15 days ago (Jan. 29).> In that first matchup against UT, senior forward Chris Silva put together another standout performance. He scored 28 points, and pulled down 10 rebounds - including a season high eight on the offensive glass - for his sixth double-double of the season. Graduate student guard Tre Campbell was the only other Gamecock in double figures in that contest with 14.> Trailing by 13 with just over 15 minutes to play vs. Arkansas on Saturday, Carolina would put together a 12-0 run over the next four-+ minutes to pull within two with 11:29 remaining, and a layup from rookie guard A.J. Lawson would make it 56-54 with 9:17 to play, giving the Gamecocks their first lead since the early seconds of the game. Knotted at 61 with 5:42 to go, Carolina would close on a 16-4 run to capture the 77-65 comeback win at home. > Rookie guard A.J. Lawson put together a complete game vs. the Razorbacks, matching a season high with eight made field goals, will hitting a season best four 3-pointers, to go along with seven rebounds and three assists. Over the course of the last five games, Lawson is averaging 15.2 points, 5.4 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game.> Carolina has had some impressive late-game defensive stretches this season. Carolina held Arkansas scoreless the final 3:11, finishing the game on a 10-0 run during the stretch. The Gamecocks held Florida without a made field goal in the final 7:17 of the SEC season-opening win in Gainesville, and Carolina held Auburn without a field goal the final 4:01 of the home win on Jan. 22. COACHES VS. CANCER 3-POINT CHALLENGE> Frank Martin and the Gamecock men's basketball team has joined forces with the NABC and the American Cancer Society for the Coaches vs. Cancer 3-Point Challenge, which will take place during the month of February. During the month, every 3-pointer the Gamecocks make will help raise money to beat cancer. The 3-Point Challenge is a nationwide program that unites basketball teams and their fans for a common cause -- ending cancer. Fans can join the 3-Point Challenge and help beat cancer on the court by pledging a donation for every 3-pointer the Gamecocks make in February by visitinghttp://www.pledgeit.org/cvc19-south-carolina. During the month, Gamecock fans can keep up with the leaderboard at www.3pointchallenge.org.EARLIER THIS SEASON VS. TENNESSEE> South Carolina held strong behind the early play of senior forward Chris Silva, as the Libreville, Gabon, native tallied 22 points in the first half.> UT's Grant Williams was also impressive in the first half, pacing the team with 17 points on seven made field goals in the opening stanza.> Tennessee's 36 made field goals were the most by a Gamecock opponent during the Frank Martin era> In that contest, Silva became the first Gamecock in school history to have 700 rebounds and at least 500 free throws made.> Graduate student guard Tre Campbell was the only other Gamecock in double figures with 14 points in the contest. He was 3-of-4 from 3-point range, which began a streak of three-consecutive games with three 3s (UT, at Georgia, vs. Kentucky).GAMECOCKS VS. THE AP NO. 1South Carolina is 1-13 all-time vs. the AP No. 1, including the Jan. 29 loss to top-ranked Tennessee in Columbia.THROUGH 23 GAMES...> Carolina is 12-11 overall, 8-5 in home games, 3-5 on the road and 1-1 at neutral sites.> Silva and Lawson are both averaging 13.7 points per game, with Silva scoring 316 this season, and Lawson 314. > The only other Gamecock in double figures is senior guard Hassani Gravett at 10.7 points per outing.> Lawson has led or shared the team lead in scoring 10 times, in rebounds six times and in assists eight times.> Silva - who is ranked fourth in the SEC with 2.0 blocks per game (overall games) - has 13 games with two or more blocks this season.> The Gamecocks have scored 80+ nine times this season, going 8-1 in those contests.> Carolina is 8-2 this season when leading at the half.FRANK MARTIN> South Carolina head coach Frank Martin is in his seventh season leading the Gamecocks and 12th season overall as a head coach in 2018-19. Martin, the 2017 Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year (CollegeInsider.com), led South Carolina to its first Final Four and a school record 26 wins in 2016-17. In his 11 complete seasons as a head coach, Martin has led his teams to at least 21 wins seven times. Martin is a native of Miami, Fla., and a graduate of FIU.> Prior to his time on the sidelines in the college ranks, Martin spent 15 years in high school coaching in Miami, Fla., including the last seven as a head coach. He was part of five state championships as an assistant at Miami Senior High School (1985-93), before earning two titles as the program's head coach (1995-98). Highlighting Martin's stint as the head coach of the program were consecutive 30-win seasons and consecutive Florida 6A State Championships in 1996 and 1997, with his 1997 squad earning a 36-1 overall record and ranking No. 4 in the USA Today Top 25 Poll. He also served as the head coach at North Miami Senior High School (1993-95) and one season at Booker T. Washington High School (1999-2000).> Among active Division I head coaches, South Carolina's Frank Martin holds the seventh-highest (tied with Michigan's John Beilein) NCAA Tournament winning percentage (.667) behind only Duke's Mike Krzyzewski, North Carolina's Roy Williams, Kentucky's John Calipari, Kansas' Bill Self, Michigan State's Tom Izzo and Villanova's Jay Wright.> Martin led team's are 102-98 (.510) all-time in league play.QUICK HITS> South Carolina is in its 111th season of varsity basketball in 2018-19.> Gamecock head coach Frank Martin is joined on the sidelines by assistant coaches Perry Clark (6th season), Bruce Shingler (3rd season) and Chuck Martin (2nd season). Andy Assaley is in his seventh season as the director of operations.> South Carolina is one of 13 DI schools nationally that have two or more former DI coaches serving as an assistant coach. Perry Clark served as the head coach at Tulane, Miami (Fla.) and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, while Chuck Martin was the head coach at Marist for five campaigns.> South Carolina advanced to its first Final Four in 2016-17, which included posting its first NCAA Tounament win since the 1973 campaign when it talied a 93-73 win over Marquette in the First Round.> The Gamecocks are 24-14 (.631) in neutral-site contests under the direction of head coach Frank Martin, including a 3-3 mark last season.> Carolina was 15-18 (.454) over the course of the last three seasons in away contests (2015-16, 16-17, 17-18).> Martin is 31-42 (.424) against ranked opponents as a head coach. His teams have four wins over opponents ranked in the top five, and two wins over opponents who are ranked No. 1.> Senior forward Chris Silva was named to the Preseason All-SEC First Team by both the media and coaches; and also named to the Karl Malone Award Watch List, the Naismith Trophy Watch List and the Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 Watch List. He was also named a Senior CLASS Award Candidate.SCOUTING THE GAMECOCKS> South Carolina looks for its fourth SEC road win at Tennessee on Wednesday, marking the second contest between the two schools this season. UT has been ranked No. 1 in each meeting.> Lawson and Silva continue to carry the offensive load for Carolina, as both average 13.7 points on the year, and have combined to score 630 points this season.> Lawson's 314 points thus far are the most in a season by a Carolina freshman since Sindarius Thornwell scored 454 points as a rookie.> In road games this season, Lawson is scoring a team high 14.5 points per outing, Silva (11.8) and Gravett (10.3) are also in double figures.> Also in road games, Gravett is averaging 50% from 3-point range, 18-of-36.> In games against ranked opponents this season, Silva is averaging 17.3 points, 9.7 rebounds and 53.8 percent from the field. He scored a career high 32 vs. No. 16/15 Auburn, and followed a week later with 28 vs. top-ranked Tennessee.> Rookie forward Keyshawn Bryant has six double-figure scoring games in league play, including 17 vs. Arkansas on Saturday, with 15 of those points coming in the second half. In SEC play, he is averaging 9.3 points per game.> South Carolina returns seven letterwinners from last season's 17-16 squad, including senior guard Hassani Gravett and senior forward Chris Silva.> Carolina welcomes nine newcomers to its roster this season, including transfers and six freshmen student-athletes. Jair Bolden (transfer/George Washington/guard), redshirt-junior Raymond "Quad" Borup (r-junior/forward), graduate transfer Tre Campbell (transfer/Georgetown/guard), Keyshawn Bryant (freshman/guard), Jermaine Couisnard (freshman/guard), Alanzo Frink (freshman/forward), A.J. Lawson (freshman/guard), T.J. Moss(freshman/guard) and Nathan Nelson (freshman/forward).SCOUTING THE VOLUNTEERS> Tennessee is ranked No. 1 for the fourth straight week in both the AP and Coaches polls.> Tennessee is led by head coach Rick Barnes in his fourth season in Knoxville.> The Vols have won a school record 18 straight games, including a 73-61 win over Florida on Saturday.> UT is undefeated at home with a 14-0 record. > Five average double-figure points for the Vols, led by Grant Williams' 19.9 points per game, which is also an SEC best.> Admiral Schofield, who tallied a team best 24 points in the first meeting against Carolina this season, adds 16.5 per game, followed by Jordan Bone (13.3), Lamonte Turner (11.8) and Jordan Bowden (11.3).> Tennessee averages 85.4 points per game, behind 51.6 percent from the field and 76.3 percent at the free throw line.> In strictly league play, UT holds a +17.1 scoring margin over its opponents.
  12. **February 09, 2019 - Saturday, 3:30 p.m.** South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Arkansas Razorbacks Here you go free to listen if not near a radio or TV GAME INFO Who: Arkansas (14-8, 5-4 SEC) at South Carolina (11-11, 6-3 SEC) When: 3:30 p.m. Saturday Where: Colonial Life Arena TV: SEC Network Radio: 107.5 The Game in Columbia area Series: Arkansas leads 20-13 Last meeting: March 8, 2018 — Arkansas 69, South Carolina 64 in SEC Tournament KenPom prediction: Arkansas 76, South Carolina 75 STORYLINES 1. Rebound(s) opportunity USC’s only loss at home during the SEC season came to No. 1 Tennessee. The Gamecocks are 3-0 otherwise with wins over two ranked opponents. Off a tough loss at No. 5 Kentucky, USC has a good opportunity to rebound against Arkansas — in more ways than one. The Razorbacks enter on a four-game SEC win streak, but three of those results came against league cellar-dwellers Georgia, Missouri and Vanderbilt. Also of note: Arkansas is last in the SEC in rebound margin. That’s good news for Carolina, which is minus-32 on the glass its last two games. 2. Containing Gafford A prominent post player will greet Chris Silva for the third time in four games. After Grant Williams (Tennessee) and Reid Travis (Kentucky) comes Arkansas’ Daniel Gafford. The 6-foot-11, 233-pound sophomore, like Silva, tested the NBA waters last spring only to return to school. He’s averaging 16.8 points and 8.9 rebounds a game and is coming off a 28 and nine performance in the win over Vandy. “This guy runs all the time,” USC coach Frank Martin said Thursday night on the Gamecock IMG Sports Network. “Our big guys are gonna be challenged to change ends of the floor because Daniel Gafford never takes a play off, doesn’t jog.” Gafford totaled 15 points and 14 rebounds in two games against Carolina last season. 3. Staying afloat The back-half of South Carolina’s SEC schedule has arrived and the Gamecocks can’t afford much slippage to stay in a good spot in the league standings. Arkansas is one of four teams within a game of USC for fourth place — and one of six within two games. There’s little margin error to earn that all important top-four seed and receive a double-bye in the SEC Tournament. Holding serve at home is critical. ARKANSAS Coach: Mike Anderson (365-191 in 17 seasons overall; eighth season at Arkansas — 165-94) Projected starters: G Isaiah Joe (14.2 points per game), G Jalen Harris (8.5), G Mason Jones (13.7), F Daniel Gafford (16.8), F Adrio Bailey (6.2) Last game: Beat Vanderbilt 69-66 on Tuesday at home KenPom ranking: 53 (No. 87 in offense efficiency, No. 45 in defense efficiency) NET: 60 Notes: Jerry Palm of CBS Sports lists Arkansas among the “first four out” of his latest NCAA Tournament projection. ... The Razorbacks blocked a school-record 14 shots in a win over Georgia on Jan. 29. ... Arkansas is 38-20 in February under Anderson. SOUTH CAROLINA Coach: Frank Martin (241-155 in 12 seasons overall; seventh season at USC — 124-101) Projected starters: G Tre Campbell (6.4), G A.J. Lawson (13.2), F Keyshawn Bryant (9.0), F Chris Silva (13.6), F Maik Kotsar (8.1) Last game: Lost to Kentucky 76-48 on Tuesday in Lexington KenPom ranking: 103 (No. 107 in offense efficiency, No. 118 in defense efficiency) NET: 106 Notes: The Gamecocks have lost five of six to the Razorbacks The lone win in that stretch came during the 2015-16 season. ... Since scoring 25 points against Mississippi State, Kotsar has totaled 48 points over the last eight games. ... Campbell has made three 3-pointers in three straight games, the best stretch of the senior’s career.
  13. **February 05, 2019 - Tuesday, 7:00 p.m.** South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Kentucky Wildcats  Here you go free to listen if not near a radio or TV GAME INFO Who: South Carolina (11-10, 6-2 SEC) at No. 5 Kentucky (18-3, 7-1) When: 7 p.m. Tuesday Where: Rupp Arena in Lexington TV: SEC Network Radio: 107.5 The Game in Columbia area Series: Kentucky leads 51-12 Last meeting: Jan. 16, 2018 — South Carolina 76, Kentucky 68 KenPom prediction: Kentucky 82, South Carolina 65 STORYLINES 1. A (potential) struggle to score South Carolina has averaged 80.5 points in its six SEC wins this season. And just 68.5 in the two losses. Kentucky enters Tuesday winner of eight in a row. The Wildcats have held five opponents on this streak to 55 points or fewer. They’re second in the SEC in field goal percentage defense. “They do a very good job of not denying, but kind of shooting the gaps and getting steals and stuff like that,” said USC senior guard Hassani Gravett. “When you are driving, they try to play really physical. And they do a really good job at rebounding. “So making sure we get on the glass is critical.” 2. The Rupp challenge USC is 2-27 all-time against the Wildcats on the road, including a 2-24 mark at Rupp. It’s been 10 years since Devan Downey gave the Gamecocks their last win in the 23,500-seat cathedral. Frank Martin’s teams are 0-3 at Rupp, losing games by an average score of 80-56. UK is 12-0 at home this season. “I’m worried about our freshmen going into that building,” Martin said. “Because you walk in there, it’s impressive.” USC will start two rookies — A.J. Lawson and Keyshawn Bryant — Tuesday. Carolina’s last trip to Lexington came with then-freshmen Maik Kotsar and Rakym Felder in the starting lineup. “Rah Felder, who I always felt was a kid that wasn’t rattled by too much, he was in a twilight zone when that game started his freshman year,” Martin said. “And I had to start him because that’s the game P.J. (Dozier) came down with the neck (injury). And (Felder) was in a twilight zone. I couldn’t believe it.” Felder committed a team-high four turnovers as the Gamecocks lost by 17. 3. Silva vs. Travis Tuesday will feature a rare high-profile matchups of seniors. USC’s Chris Silva, who is averaging 23.5 points and shooting better than 64 percent his last four games, will share the post with Kentucky’s Reid Travis. The 6-foot-8 graduate transfer from Stanford had 18 points and 12 rebounds in a UK win against Kansas on Jan. 26. He’s fourth on the team in scoring and second in rebounding. KENTUCKY Coach: John Calipari (696-205 in 27 seasons overall; 10th season at Kentucky — 293-67) Projected starters: G Ashton Hagans (7.5 points per game), G Keldon Johnson (14.2), G Tyler Herro (13.5), F Reid Travis (12.0), F P.J. Washington (13.5) Last game: Beat Florida 65-54 on Saturday in Gainesville KenPom ranking: 9 (No. 17 in offense efficiency, No. 8 in defense efficiency) NET: 6 Notes: In SEC games only, the Wildcats lead the league in scoring defense, rebounding defense and field goal percentage defense. ... Kentucky is 238-40 all-time against non-ranked opponents. ... Washington is averaging averaging 20.5 points and 10.8 rebounds over UK’s last four games. SOUTH CAROLINA Coach: Frank Martin (241-154 in 12 seasons overall; seventh season at USC — 124-100) Projected starters: G Tre Campbell (6.1), G A.J. Lawson (13.2), F Keyshawn Bryant (9.1), F Chris Silva (14.1), F Maik Kotsar (8.4) Last game: Beat Georgia 86-80 on Saturday in Athens KenPom ranking: 102 (No. 90 in offense efficiency, No. 122 in defense efficiency) NET: 103 Notes: South Carolina already has more road SEC wins this season (three) than it had all of last year. The record under Martin is five, set in 2016-17. ... The Gamecocks have shot better than 50 percent from the floor four times this season, including twice against SEC opponents. That happened just twice last year — and never in league play. ... In SEC games only, Silva is ninth in the league in both scoring and rebounding.
  14. South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Tennessee Volunteers GAME INFO Who: No. 1 Tennessee (18-1, 6-0 SEC) at South Carolina (10-9, 5-1 SEC) When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday Where: Colonial Life Arena TV: SEC Network Radio: 107.5 The Game in Columbia area Series: Tennessee leads 44-27 Last meeting: Feb. 13, 2018 in Knoxville — Tennessee 70, South Carolina 67 KenPom prediction: Tennessee 84, South Carolina 72 STORYLINES 1. A shot at No. 1 South Carolina is 1-12 all-time against the nation’s No. 1 ranked team, including a 0-4 mark under Frank Martin. But the USC coach does have a couple of these milestone wins from his Kansas State days. One of those, coincidentally, came against Texas in 2010. Those Longhorns were coached by Rick Barnes, now the man in charge of the Volunteers. USC is taking something from the fact it hung with the Volunteers in both matchups last season. The Vols won in Columbia and Knoxville by a combined 10 points. “Both those games came down to the wire,” said senior guard Hassani Gravett. “It could be expected that this game could come down to the wire as well. It’s about making sure we make the right decisions and keeping that focus that Coach talked about in the end so we can come out victorious.” 2. Containing Williams It’s rare when Chris Silva doesn’t take the most free throws in a South Carolina game, but Tennessee’s Grant Williams could easily be at the stripe more than anyone Tuesday. A Naismith Award candidate, Williams has taken 161 FTs this season. That’s the seventh-mostin college basketball. And what’s containing Williams? The 6-foot-7 forward has scored at least 18 points in six of his last seven games. “He does a good job of reading the defense,” Silva said. “Every time I try to get physical, he tries to out-smart me and tries to use his body for a smart move. And whenever I try to play smart, he tries to be physical. He passes the ball pretty well. “Those are things I got to pay attention to and keep in mind.” 3. Bounce-back Following the loss at LSU last weekend, Martin said he felt good about the Gamecocks heading into the next game with Auburn because of an improved practice. USC lost at Oklahoma State on Saturday. How’d the Gamecocks respond Sunday? “They were good (Sunday),” Martin said. “I think we’ll play well (Tuesday).” TENNESSEE Coach: Rick Barnes (679-359 in 32 seasons overall; fourth season at Tennessee — 75-45) Projected starters: G Jordan Bone (13.1 points per game), G Yves Pons (3.4), G Admiral Schofield (16.6), F Grant Williams (20.2), F Kyle Alexander (9.3) Last game: Beat West Virginia 83-66 on Saturday at home KenPom ranking: 6 (No. 3 in offense efficiency, No. 25 in defense efficiency) NET: 6 Notes: The Volunteers lead the SEC in scoring offense, scoring margin, free throw percentage, field goal percentage, field goal percentage defense, blocked shots, assists and assist-to-turnover ratio. ... Tennessee has shot 50 percent or better in 10 of its last 14 games, and 13 times overall. USC has shot 50 percent or better just three times this season. ... Jordan Bowden and Lamonte Turner — UT’s sixth and seventh men — are averaging a combined 26.5 points an SEC game. SOUTH CAROLINA Coach: Frank Martin (240-153 in 12 seasons overall; seventh season at USC — 123-99) Projected starters: G Tre Campbell (5.6), G A.J. Lawson (13.2), F Keyshawn Bryant (9.5), F Chris Silva (13.1), F Maik Kotsar (8.5) Last game: Lost to Oklahoma State 74-70 on Saturday in Stillwater, Oklahoma KenPom ranking: 102 (No. 114 in offense efficiency, No. 105 in defense efficiency) NET: 113 Notes: The Gamecocks are seeking a fourth straight home win over a ranked SEC opponent for the first time in program history. ... Lawson’s four turnovers at Oklahoma State were his most since committing six at Wyoming on Dec. 5. ... USC’s nine free throw attempts at Oklahoma State were its fewest since seven tries against Vermont on Dec. 1, 2016.
  15. Gamecocks face College of Charleston in Spirit Communications Park The Gamecocks and Cougars face off Wednesday night at 7 p.m. GCF Staff Report May 09, 2019 South Carolina vs. College of Charleston Game Notes / ​Watch / ​Live Stats / ​Live Audio / ​Twitter / ​Instagram GAME INFO Date: Wednesday, May 9 First Pitch: 7 p.m. Location: Spirit Communications Park, Columbia, S.C. Broadcast: SEC Network Plus Series: SC leads 50-8 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Wednesday South Carolina Carmen Mlodzinski (Fr. RHP) 2-4, 4.02 ERA, 31.1 IP, 15 BB, 28 SO Charleston Evan Sisk (Jr. LHP) 8-3, 2.95 ERA, 73.1 IP, 15 BB, 64 SO
  16. Gamecocks return to Founders Park, host NO.4 Ole Miss this weekend The Gamecocks will play their next eight games in Columbia, starting with a weekend series vs. Ole Miss GCF Staff Report May 03, 2018 South Carolina vs. No. 4 Ole Miss Game Notes / Watch / Live Stats / Live Audio / Twitter / Instagram GAME INFO Date: Friday, May 4-Sunday, May 6 First Pitch: 7/4/12 p.m. Location: Founders Park, Columbia, S.C. Broadcast: SEC Network Plus (Fri. & Sat.), SEC Network (Sun.) Series: SC leads 35-23 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Friday South Carolina Logan Chapman (Fr. RHP) 3-0, 4.53 ERA, 43.2 IP, 22 BB, 40 SO Ole Miss Ryan Rolison (So. LHP) 6-3, 3.26 ERA, 66.1 IP, 26 BB, 82 SO Saturday South Carolina Adam Hill (Jr. RHP) 4-5, 4.94 ERA, 51.0 IP, 32 BB, 73 SO Ole Miss Brady Feigl (Jr. RHP) 7-3, 3.38 ERA, 64.0 IP, 19 BB, 58 SO Sunday South Carolina Cody Morris (So. RHP) 6-3, 4.70 ERA, 53.2 IP, 20 BB, 54 SO Ole Miss James McArthur (Jr. RHP) 5-0, 3.93 ERA, 50.1 IP, 28 BB, 42 SO
  17. Gamecocks return to Founders Park, host NO.4 Ole Miss this weekend The Gamecocks will play their next eight games in Columbia, starting with a weekend series vs. Ole Miss GCF Staff Report May 03, 2018 South Carolina vs. No. 4 Ole Miss Game Notes / Watch / Live Stats / Live Audio / Twitter / Instagram GAME INFO Date: Friday, May 4-Sunday, May 6 First Pitch: 7/4/12 p.m. Location: Founders Park, Columbia, S.C. Broadcast: SEC Network Plus (Fri. & Sat.), SEC Network (Sun.) Series: SC leads 35-23 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Friday South Carolina Logan Chapman (Fr. RHP) 3-0, 4.53 ERA, 43.2 IP, 22 BB, 40 SO Ole Miss Ryan Rolison (So. LHP) 6-3, 3.26 ERA, 66.1 IP, 26 BB, 82 SO Saturday South Carolina Adam Hill (Jr. RHP) 4-5, 4.94 ERA, 51.0 IP, 32 BB, 73 SO Ole Miss Brady Feigl (Jr. RHP) 7-3, 3.38 ERA, 64.0 IP, 19 BB, 58 SO Sunday South Carolina Cody Morris (So. RHP) 6-3, 4.70 ERA, 53.2 IP, 20 BB, 54 SO Ole Miss James McArthur (Jr. RHP) 5-0, 3.93 ERA, 50.1 IP, 28 BB, 42 SO
  18. Gamecocks return to Founders Park, host NO.4 Ole Miss this weekend The Gamecocks will play their next eight games in Columbia, starting with a weekend series vs. Ole Miss GCF Staff Report May 03, 2018 South Carolina vs. No. 4 Ole Miss Game Notes / Watch / Live Stats / Live Audio / Twitter / Instagram GAME INFO Date: Friday, May 4-Sunday, May 6 First Pitch: 7/4/12 p.m. Location: Founders Park, Columbia, S.C. Broadcast: SEC Network Plus (Fri. & Sat.), SEC Network (Sun.) Series: SC leads 35-23 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Friday South Carolina Logan Chapman (Fr. RHP) 3-0, 4.53 ERA, 43.2 IP, 22 BB, 40 SO Ole Miss Ryan Rolison (So. LHP) 6-3, 3.26 ERA, 66.1 IP, 26 BB, 82 SO Saturday South Carolina Adam Hill (Jr. RHP) 4-5, 4.94 ERA, 51.0 IP, 32 BB, 73 SO Ole Miss Brady Feigl (Jr. RHP) 7-3, 3.38 ERA, 64.0 IP, 19 BB, 58 SO Sunday South Carolina Cody Morris (So. RHP) 6-3, 4.70 ERA, 53.2 IP, 20 BB, 54 SO Ole Miss James McArthur (Jr. RHP) 5-0, 3.93 ERA, 50.1 IP, 28 BB, 42 SO
  19. Gamecocks head to Nashville for SEC series vs. Vanderbilt The Gamecocks and Commodores start a three-game series in the Music City Friday night at 7:30 p.m. Eastern GCF Staff Report April 28, 2018 South Carolina at No. 17 Vanderbilt Game Notes / Watch / Live Stats / Live Audio / Twitter / Instagram GAME INFO Date: Friday, April 27-Sunday, April 29 First Pitch: 6:30/2/1 p.m. CDT Location: Hawkins Field, Nashville, Tenn. Broadcast: SEC Network Plus Series: SC leads 56-32 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Friday South Carolina Logan Chapman (Fr. RHP) 3-0, 3.29 ERA, 41.0 IP, 20 BB, 40 SO Vanderbilt Drake Fellows (So. RHP) 4-3, 3.03 ERA, 59.1 IP, 26 BB, 69 SO Saturday South Carolina Adam Hill (Jr. RHP) 4-4, 4.05 ERA, 46.2 IP, 30 BB, 67 SO Vanderbilt Patrick Raby (Jr. RHP) 2-4, 2.47 ERA, 47.1 IP, 19 BB, 40 SO Sunday South Carolina Cody Morris (So. RHP) 6-3, 4.18 ERA, 51.2 IP, 19 BB, 54 SO Vanderbilt Mason Hickman (Fr. RHP) 7-1, 3.69 ERA, 46.1 IP, 13 BB, 44 SO
  20. Gamecocks head to Nashville for SEC series vs. Vanderbilt The Gamecocks and Commodores start a three-game series in the Music City Friday night at 7:30 p.m. Eastern GCF Staff Report April 28, 2018 South Carolina at No. 17 Vanderbilt Game Notes / Watch / Live Stats / Live Audio / Twitter / Instagram GAME INFO Date: Friday, April 27-Sunday, April 29 First Pitch: 6:30/2/1 p.m. CDT Location: Hawkins Field, Nashville, Tenn. Broadcast: SEC Network Plus Series: SC leads 56-32 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Friday South Carolina Logan Chapman (Fr. RHP) 3-0, 3.29 ERA, 41.0 IP, 20 BB, 40 SO Vanderbilt Drake Fellows (So. RHP) 4-3, 3.03 ERA, 59.1 IP, 26 BB, 69 SO Saturday South Carolina Adam Hill (Jr. RHP) 4-4, 4.05 ERA, 46.2 IP, 30 BB, 67 SO Vanderbilt Patrick Raby (Jr. RHP) 2-4, 2.47 ERA, 47.1 IP, 19 BB, 40 SO Sunday South Carolina Cody Morris (So. RHP) 6-3, 4.18 ERA, 51.2 IP, 19 BB, 54 SO Vanderbilt Mason Hickman (Fr. RHP) 7-1, 3.69 ERA, 46.1 IP, 13 BB, 44 SO
  21. Gamecocks return home to face Presbyterian Tuesday night The Gamecocks and Blue Hose will face off Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Founders Park GCF Staff Report April 16, 2018 Presbyterian at South Carolina Game Notes / Watch / Live Stats / Live Audio / Twitter / Instagram GAME INFO Date: Tuesday, April 17 First Pitch:7 p.m. Location:Founders Park, Columbia, S.C. Broadcast: SEC Network Plus (Burch Antley, Kip Bouknight) Series: SC leads 47-19 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Tuesday South Carolina Carmen Mlodzinski (Fr. RHP) 1-3, 2.45 ERA, 18.1 IP, 10 BB, 16 SO Presbyterian Andrew Durden (Fr. RHP) 0-1, 10.19 ERA, 17.2 IP, 7 BB, 15 SO
  22. Gamecocks head to Lexington for SEC series at Kentucky with videos The Gamecocks and Wildcats start the three-game set Friday night at 6:30 p.m. GCF Staff Report April 04, 2018 South Carolina at Kentucky Game Notes / Watch / Live Stats / Live Audio / Twitter / Instagram GAME INFO Date: Friday, April 6-Sunday, April 8 First Pitch: 6:30/6/2 p.m. Location: Cliff Hagan Stadium, Lexington, Ky. Broadcast: SEC Network Plus (Fri.), SEC Network (Sat.), ESPNU (Sun.) Series: SC leads 51-39 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Friday South Carolina Adam Hill (Jr. RHP) 3-2, 3.58 ERA, 32.2 IP, 16 BB, 53 SO Kentucky Sean Hjelle (Jr. RHP) 4-2, 3.32 ERA, 43.1 IP, 9 BB, 42 SO Saturday South Carolina Cody Morris (So. RHP) 5-2, 4.46 ERA, 36.1 IP, 14 BB, 36 SO Kentucky Zach Haake (Jr. RHP) 1-1, 4.42 ERA, 19.2 IP, 15 BB, 20 SO Sunday South Carolina Ridge Chapman (Jr. RHP) 1-3, 4.21 ERA, 25.2 IP, 19 BB, 19 SO Kentucky Justin Lewis (Jr. RHP) 5-2, 5.49 ERA, 41.0 IP, 13 BB, 52 SO
  23. Gamecocks head to Lexington for SEC series at Kentucky with videos The Gamecocks and Wildcats start the three-game set Friday night at 6:30 p.m. GCF Staff Report April 04, 2018 South Carolina at Kentucky Game Notes / Watch / Live Stats / Live Audio / Twitter / Instagram GAME INFO Date: Friday, April 6-Sunday, April 8 First Pitch: 6:30/6/2 p.m. Location: Cliff Hagan Stadium, Lexington, Ky. Broadcast: SEC Network Plus (Fri.), SEC Network (Sat.), ESPNU (Sun.) Series: SC leads 51-39 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Friday South Carolina Adam Hill (Jr. RHP) 3-2, 3.58 ERA, 32.2 IP, 16 BB, 53 SO Kentucky Sean Hjelle (Jr. RHP) 4-2, 3.32 ERA, 43.1 IP, 9 BB, 42 SO Saturday South Carolina Cody Morris (So. RHP) 5-2, 4.46 ERA, 36.1 IP, 14 BB, 36 SO Kentucky Zach Haake (Jr. RHP) 1-1, 4.42 ERA, 19.2 IP, 15 BB, 20 SO Sunday South Carolina Ridge Chapman (Jr. RHP) 1-3, 4.21 ERA, 25.2 IP, 19 BB, 19 SO Kentucky Justin Lewis (Jr. RHP) 5-2, 5.49 ERA, 41.0 IP, 13 BB, 52 SO
  24. Gamecocks face Tar Heels in Charlotte Tuesday night The game starts at 7 p.m. at BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte, N.C., and the game will be televised on SEC Network GCF Staff Report April 02, 2018 North Carolina vs. South Carolina Game Notes / Watch / Live Stats / Live Audio / Twitter / Instagram GAME INFO Date: Tuesday, April 3 First Pitch: 7 p.m. Location: BB&T Ballpark, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: SEC Network Series: NC leads 62-37-1 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Tuesday South Carolina Logan Chapman (Fr. RHP) 2-0, 3.60 ERA, 25.0 IP, 14 BB, 28 SO North Carolina Taylor Sugg (Jr. RHP) 2-0, 5.12 ERA, 19.1 IP, 13 BB, 19 SO
  25. Gamecocks host Tennessee in Thursday - Saturday series All three games will be televised on the ESPN family of networks March 28, 2018 GCF Staff Report Tennessee at South Carolina Game Notes / Watch / Live Stats / Live Audio / Twitter / Instagram GAME INFO Date: Thursday, March 29-Saturday, March 31 First Pitch: 7:30/7/2 p.m. Location: Founders Park, Columbia, S.C. Broadcast: ESPNU (Thurs.), SEC Network (Fri. & Sat.) Series: SC leads 61-36 PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Thursday South Carolina TBA Tennessee Garrett Crochet (Fr. LHP) 2-2, 4.29 ERA, 35.2 IP, 6 BB, 29 SO Friday South Carolina Cody Morris (So. RHP) 4-2, 5.04 ERA, 30.1 IP, 13 BB, 31 SO Tennessee Garrett Stallings (So. RHP) 4-1, 2.55 ERA, 42.1 IP, 3 BB, 19 SO Saturday South Carolina Ridge Chapman (Jr. RHP) 1-3, 3.68 ERA, 22.0 IP, 15 BB, 15 SO Tennessee Will Neely (Jr. RHP) 3-1, 2.95 ERA, 36.2 IP, 10 BB, 24 SO
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