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Beyond Sports Program Offers Development Outside of Athletics
- South Carolina's Beyond Sports Professional Development and Summer Internship Program offered its student-athletes a pair of unique opportunities recently. The student-athletes visited Nephron Pharmaceuticals in West Columbia and later met with a professional image consultant.

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Former Gamecock Katelyn Dambaugh Adjusts to Life on Pro Tour
- After graduating in May, Katelyn Dambaugh, the No. 5 ranked amateur in the world, immediately started her professional career on the Symetra Tour, and with five tournaments under her belt, she is learning quickly about how to transition from student-athlete to professional life.

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South Carolina Fans Help Create Home Field/Court Advantage
- For the eight sports in which the Gamecocks compete that the NCAA keeps attendance statistics, South Carolina ranked in the top 25 nationally in seven of those sports for average attendance - the most of any school in the country.

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Leadership Opportunity Gives Student-Athletes a Voice with SEC Commissioner
- Several South Carolina student-athletes had a chance to sit down with Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey and address the concerns of their peers, while also hearing from guest speakers about career development and life skills.

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SEC Network Takeover for South Carolina is Set for July 19
- South Carolina will take over the SEC Network on Wednesday, July 19, with 24 hours of Gamecocks programming. For the third consecutive year, the SEC Network is allowing each school to program 24 hours of content with re-airs of classic games and university-focused programs as part of the SEC Network Takeover.

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Special Pricing for Young Alumni on Gamecock Football Season Tickets
- Recent South Carolina graduates can once again take advantage of special pricing for Gamecock Football season tickets.

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Mark Kingston is Excited About Baseball Program's Fans and Tradition
- When introduced as South Carolina's head baseball coach on June 30, Mark Kingston had messages for fans, student-athletes and anyone else involved with the program.

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Recent Graduating Class Leaves Legacy of Success for Women's Soccer
- Last year's senior class for the South Carolina women's soccer program will be a tough act to follow. After capping their careers with the 2016 SEC Regular Season Championship and advancing to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the second time in three years, the exiting class leaves a substantial legacy of success.

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Gamecock Success Week: A Year to Remember
- With the new academic year gearing up, South Carolina fans have a lot to be excited about after an outstanding 2016-17 competition year. Of the 14 South Carolina sports that can compete as a team in NCAA postseason play, the Gamecocks sent 11 of their programs to the NCAA Tournament .

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Mark Kingston: In His Own Words
- Before he was introduced as the head baseball coach on June 30, Gamecocksonline sat down with Mark Kingston to get his perspective on the South Carolina program, Gamecock fans, and what makes him tick.

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Gamecock Success Week: South Carolina Wins Palmetto Series
- The South Carolina Gamecocks have defeated rival Clemson for the second consecutive year in the annual Certified SC Grown Palmetto Series. The Gamecocks edged the Tigers 8-7 for the past academic year.

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Gamecock Success Week: Raising the Bar in the Classroom
- A combined grade point average of 3.23 for spring 2017 was the 21st consecutive semester in which South Carolina student-athletes held a GPA of 3.0 or better. South Carolina also led the SEC for the 2016-17 academic year in the total number of student-athletes listed on the league's fall, winter, spring and first year academic honor rolls.

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Gamecock Success Week: South Carolina Leads SEC in Community Service
- South Carolina student-athletes didn't just put up great numbers on the fields, courts, and pools during the last academic year; they also made a big impact in the community. The Gamecocks led the SEC for the fourth consecutive year with 9,298 hours of community service.

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Gamecocks Enjoy Competing Against Former Teammates in the WNBA
- They may no longer be teammates, but that hasn't stopped several former South Carolina women's basketball players from picking each other up and having some fun along the way.

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