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Spurs Up Daily Round-Up: 4/6 Roth Wins SEC Award, Baseball Hosts Tennessee

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Catch up on the day's buzz about the Gamecocks! In today's edition: Senior Michael Roth named the SEC H. Boyd McWhorter Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Baseball hosts Tennessee this weekend, Women's Tennis faces LSU and Arkansas at home while Men's Tennis faces the same teams on the road, Softball begins an eight-game SEC road swing, Junior Kimberly McCormack named NCEA Rider of the Month, vote for the 2012 Football Gameday t-shirt, only a few days remain to vote for Coach Staley, and more!


Baseball. Michael Roth Named 2011-12 SEC H. Boyd McWhorter Male Scholar-Athlete Of The Year

Baseball. South Carolina Hosts Tennessee In SEC Series

Women's Tennis. Women's Tennis Set to Host LSU, Arkansas

Softball. South Carolina Starts Eight-Game SEC Road Swing at Kentucky

Men's Tennis. Gamecocks Travel to LSU and Arkansas

Equestrian. Kimberly McCormack Named NCEA Rider of the Month


The Gamecocks will hold practice on Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. at the Proving Grounds practice fields on Bluff Rd. Fans are welcome to attend. Photography is allowed for the first 15 minutes only and no autographs are allowed. Thank you for your cooperation!

Check out yesterday's practice recap here, including comments from Coach Spurrier and several offensive players and coaches.

More coverage:
Sands unsure how to share carries (

Spurrier raises the bar to 12 wins for 2012 (Fox Sports South)


Baseball: Roth, Trott Named 2011-12 SEC McWhorter Scholar-Athletes of the Year (SEC Digital Network)

Baseball: Volunteers come to town (

Baseball: South Carolina Gamecocks turn to freshman pitcher Jordan Montgomery as its third No. 2 starter in three weeks (The Post and Courier)

Baseball: Why Ray Tanner is sharing his staff's detailed hitting charts with his players more often (The Post and Courier)

Women's Basketball: Women's Basketball reminisces on past season (The Daily Gamecock)

Men's Basketball: Huggins' help boosted Martin's career (

VOTE FOR DAWN STALEY- only 3 days left!

Dawn Staley has been nominated for induction into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame both as an individual and as a member of the 1996 Women's Basketball gold medal team. The '96 team also included Gamecock assistant coach Nikki McCray. Fan votes will count toward the final voting tallies. Fans can vote once per day through April 9, 2012. Let's help get Coach Staley this much-deserved honor!


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Check out Part 1 of our Gamecock Spotlight on new Men's Basketball head coach Frank Martin:


Senior Michael Roth is off to an impressive start this season. He boasts a 1.68 ERA, with opponents batting just .162 against him.

Roth's victory over Vanderbilt last weekend was his 20th career win, making him the 20th player in school history to tally 20 or more career victories.

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