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  1. The final coaches poll has spoken: Dawn Staley’s Gamecocks are No. 1 March 11, 2020 South Carolina women’s basketball will end the 2019-20 season as the No. 1 team in the country in the eyes of the USA Today coaches poll. The final top 25 rankings were released Monday after the NCAA tournament was canceled in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and Dawn Staley’s Gamecocks were the clear No. 1, with 26 of 32 first-place votes from a panel of head coaches across the country. South Carolina finished the year at 32-1 for the nation’s best win percentage,
  2. Gamecocks Knock Off No. 5/6 UConn 70-52 Feb. 11, 2010 South Carolina's Tyasha Harris really thought coming in she wasn't bothered by her losing history against UConn. Then Harris and the top-ranked Gamecocks won - and her attitude and emotions changed quickly. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  3. #5/6 UConn 20-3 70 #1/2 South Carolina 23-1 Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 F #5/6 UConn 2 21 18 11 52 #1/2 South Carolina 11 24 19 16 70 Game Recap: Women's Basketball | 2/10/2020 |
  4. BOX SCORE 86 #1/2 South Carolina 22-1,10-0 SEC 65 #25/- Arkansas 18-5,6-4 SEC Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 F #1/2 South Carolina 26 20 21 19 86 #25/- Arkansas 17 16 16
  5. Gamecocks Down No. 22 Lady Vols 69-48 Feb. 02, 2020 Zia Cooke scored 20 points Sunday, and No. 1 South Carolina used its relentless defense to put away No. 22 Tennessee 69-48 for its 15th straight win. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. Travis Bell BOX SCORE 48 #22/22 Tennessee 17-5 (7-2 SEC) 69 #1/2 South Carolina 21-1 (9-0 SEC) Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 F #22/22 Tennessee 9 14 13 12 48 #1/2 South Carolina 21 1
  7. Game Recap: Women's Basketball | 1/30/2020 | By CHRIS BURROWS | GCF Staff Report South Carolina Breaks Records at Ole Miss Leticia Amihere scored 16 points and No. 1 South Carolina held Mississippi scoreless in the first quarter and limited Ole Miss to two points in the first half on the way to an 87-32 win on Thursday night. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  8. BOX SCORE 87 #1/2 South Carolina 20-1, 8-0 SEC 32 Ole Miss 7-14, 0-8 SEC Score By Periods Team 1 2 3 4 F #1/2 South Carolina 18 14 25 30 87 Ole Miss 0 2 12 18
  9. Women's Basketball 1/21/2020 | GCF Staff Report Harris Named SEC Player of the Week COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina guard Tyasha Harris earned SEC Player of the Week honors, the league office announced today, after leading the No. 1/2 Gamecocks to a pair of victories. Surprisingly, it marks the first SEC weekly award of the four-year starter and two-time honorable mention All-American's career. Harris was the Gamecocks' leading scorer for the week, pouring in 17.0 points per game, but it was the timeliness of her scoring that made the difference. In Monday's battle of SEC unbeate
  10. South Carolina Outfights No. 9 Mississippi St 81-79 Jan. 21, 2020 Down nine points in the fourth quarter and close to getting run out of her building, South Carolina coach Dawn Staley didn't panic. Her top-ranked Gamecocks wouldn't let her. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  11. VIDEO & NOTES: Coach Dawn Staley talks transfers and more April 17, 2019 When the news broke last week four South Carolina women’s basketball players had entered the transfer portal and intended to leave the Gamecocks, three of the names seemed to make some kind of sense. LaDazhia Williams and Bianca Jackson weren’t likely to get much playing time as juniors and wanted opportunities elsewhere. Te’a Cooper had been expected to go pro after this year anyway. But forward Mikiah Herbert Harrigan’s decision was a shock. The rising senior already ranks fifth in prog
  12. Dawn Staley, South Carolina players talk intensity of NCAA Tournament practices March 21, 2019 Dawn Staley, South Carolina players talk intensity of NCAA Tournament practices
  13. USC adds $1.5 million incentive for Dawn Staley to stick around April 20, 2018 The University of South Carolina board of trustees approved a new deal for Dawn Staley on Friday that doesn't add to her contract length but will give her a big incentive not to leave Columbia. Under terms of the new deal, the university will contribute $300,000 per year to a fund for five years, and if Staley is still coach of the Gamecocks in 2022, she will receive the $1.5 million longevity bonus. Staley is just one year removed from receiving an extension and raise — after leading the Gamecocks to the 2017 n
  14. Former South Carolina basketball star A’ja Wilson selected No. 1 overall in 2018 WNBA Draft April 13, 2018 A’ja Wilson, the best player in the history of South Carolina women’s basketball, was picked first in the 2018 WNBA Draft on Thursday night. The 6-foot-5 Wilson, who was the consensus Player of the Year in women’s college basketball this season, was drafted No. 1 overall by the Las Vegas Aces. A four-time All-SEC selection, Wilson averaged 22.6 points and 11.8 rebounds as a senior, a year after she helped lead the Gamecocks to a national championship. She also blocked 105 shots in the
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