Columbia, S.C. – South Carolina has been selected as one of the 16 regional host institutions for the 2013 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship as announced by the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee on Sunday evening. By virtue of being awarded a regional, South Carolina has been selected as an at-large to the 64-team field of the [...]
Senior first baseman LB Dantzler hit a two-run homer and freshman left-hander Jack Wynkoop tossed eight innings of one-run ball to lead the fourteenth-ranked University of South Carolina baseball team to a 3-1 win over Kentucky Sunday – and a series sweep of the No. 17 Wildcats.
Dantzler’s blast – his twelfth of the season – [...]
Heading into this weekend’s series against No. 17 Arkansas, the University of South Carolina’s fifth-ranked baseball team had tasted defeat just three times in 21 games.
In other words if there was going to be a sweep in this SEC series, most fans expected it would be the Gamecocks breaking out the brooms.
That’s not how things [...]
The University of South Carolina baseball team begins the 2013 season ranked No. 5 in the nation according to the USA Today Coaches’ poll. That’s two spots higher than the preseason ranking USC received earlier this week from Baseball America.
South Carolina finished last season with a 49-20 record – advancing to the finals of the [...]
Columbia, S.C. – South Carolina is ranked No. 7 in the nation in the Collegiate Baseball Preseason Top 40 as announced on Thursday afternoon. The Gamecocks begin the 2013 season on Friday, Feb. 15 hosting a three-game series vs. Liberty at Carolina Stadium.
South Carolina is one of 10 SEC schools to be ranked in the [...]
USC ADVANCES TO THIRD STRAIGHT CWS FINAL
Seen as fleeting only a few short days ago, the University of South Carolina’s “three-peat” dream is back …
The two-time defending national champion Gamecock baseball team rallied from a two-run deficit on Friday to defeat SEC rival Arkansas – punching its ticket to a third straight appearance in the [...]
Four members of the University of South Carolina baseball team were selected in the 2012 Major League Baseball draft this week.
Junior first baseman Christian Walker was picked by the Baltimore Orioles in the fourth round. The All-SEC selection has been the Gamecocks’ primary source of offense this year, hitting .319 with 11 home runs and [...]
The University of South Carolina baseball team took its first steps to a College World Series three-peat over the weekend by winning its tenth NCAA regional over the last thirteen years. The Gamecocks (43-17) pulled off the feat by vanquishing arch-rival Clemson in back-to-back games.
Head coach Ray Tanner’s squad defeated the Tigers 4-3 on Sunday [...]
GAMECOCKS EYE THREE-PEAT
The University of South Carolina will host NCAA regional action this weekend – the first hurdle for head coach Ray Tanner’s squad as it seeks its third consecutive national championship. To advance to the next round, though, the Gamecocks will have to clear a bracket that includes their arch-rivals the Clemson Tigers, as [...]
After a rocky 2-6 start to conference play, the University of South Carolina baseball team has gotten its act together … and then some.
The two-time defending national champions have reeled off an impressive 15-3 conference record over the last six weeks – including sweeps of Mississippi State, Auburn and Alabama. As a result the Gamecocks [...]
The University of South Carolina baseball team fell to No. 11 in the nation according to Baseball America after losing to in-state rival Wofford and dropping two out of three games to top-ranked Florida last week.
The two-time defending national champions – who began the season ranked No. 3 – have now lost six out of [...]
The third-ranked University of South Carolina baseball team will face its toughest challenge of the year this weekend as it begins Southeastern Conference play on the road against an undefeated foe.
The back-to-back defending national champs will travel to Lexington, Kentucky for a three-game series against the Kentucky Wildcats – the only team in the nation [...]