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Shannon Helps Keep Gamecocks on the Right Academic Path
- Keeping pace with more than 80 track and field student-athletes is no easy task, but Xavier Shannon does it every day. Shannon, a former football student-athlete at the University of Miami, has been the academic advisor for South Carolina's track and field and women's basketball programs for the last four years.

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Strength of SEC Softball is a Point of Pride for Gamecocks
- If you think it's hard to climb to the top of the SEC mountain in sports such as football, baseball or women's basketball, you should take a closer look at SEC softball.

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Gardner Helps Keep Gamecocks on Track for Success
- Keeping student-athletes on the field and getting them back after an injury are key components of any program's success, and Scott Gardner, South Carolina's athletic trainer for the track and field program, takes pride in helping the student-athletes reach their goals.

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Emily White Remembered for Her Lasting Impact on Gamecock Athletics
- The South Carolina Athletics family paid its respects to longtime administrative assistant Emily White on Tuesday.

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Playing and Studying at South Carolina Prepared Ibiam for Pro Career
- Former South Carolina center Elem Ibiam (2011-2015) enjoys watching the Gamecocks as a fan in Colonial Life Arena, but she can't wait to get back on the floor and continue her professional career after being sidelined with a knee injury.

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Pelaez Makes Adjustments On and Off the Links for Gamecock Golf
- Home for Ana Pelaez is nearly 4,200 miles away, but the South Carolina freshman women's golf student-athlete is avoiding the "yips" on and off the course. Pelaez came to South Carolina in August from Spain and has already become a nice fit for the 13th ranked Gamecocks.

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My Signature: Jordan Diggs is Proud to Have Dad See Him Make His Own Mark
- South Carolina senior defensive back Jordan Diggs wanted to show his dad how far he had come. He finally had that opportunity when his father, former South Carolina linebacker Shed Diggs (1984-87), was able to see his son play football for the first time in 10 years this fall after completing a ten-year prison term.

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Finding a Home a Long Way from Home
- Going away to college can be a tough adjustment for a young person. Coming from a Third World country to study and play intercollegiate sports is even tougher. South Carolina freshman golfer Anita Uwadia is motivated to succeed and has discovered a home away from her native home of Nigeria.

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Fan Guide for Fun Stuff to Do in Birmingham Before the Bowl Game
- If you're heading to Birmingham, Ala., to watch the Gamecocks play in the Birmingham Bowl against South Florida on Thursday, December 29, let us help you find some more things to do and see before and after the game.

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Dambaugh Committed to Final Season Rather Than Turn Pro Early
- Katelyn Dambaugh could have given up her final season of eligibility with the South Carolina women's golf team to play professionally after a great showing at the LPGA Qualifying Tournament earlier this month in Daytona Beach, Fla. Instead, the All-American chose to come back and take care of unfinished business as a Gamecock.

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Vincent is Dedicated to Making a Difference, In and Out of the Pool
- Taylor Vincent wants to change the world, and she doesn't necessarily want to do it one person at a time. The senior on South Carolina's swim team is studying public health and wants to see improvements in the field on a global scale.

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Kyle Martin Finishes What He Started Through the Degree Completion Program
- While his professional baseball career is still in front of him, former South Carolina All-American first baseman Kyle Martin has already taken a huge step for life after baseball by coming back to school through the Carolina Degree Completion Program and is earning his degree in mechanical engineering this week.

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Last Meeting Resulted in Fantastic Finish in Madison Square Garden
- South Carolina takes on Seton Hall at Madison Square Garden on Monday, December 12. The only other time these two teams met was 42 years ago, and the game was also played in The Garden. It was Jan. 26, 1974, and the Gamecocks prevailed 75-74.

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SEC Corporate Career Tour Offers Unique Opportunity for Student-Athletes
- South Carolina senior softball student-athlete Kaylea Snaer and junior tennis student-athlete Thomas Mayronne recently participated in the first SEC Corporate Career Tour held over a three day stretch in Atlanta.

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