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Dambaugh Set to Make LPGA Debut
- Senior Katelyn Dambaugh is looking forward to her first LPGA event later this week, although she is not looking forward to the long plane ride as the All-American will compete as an amateur at the 2017 ANA Inspiration, the tour's first major of the season.

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Taste of International Competition Drives McCaskill to Raise Her Game
- Savannah McCaskill has a long list of personal accolades while helping the South Carolina women's soccer team reach new heights. The rising senior is already beginning to make a name for herself in international competition as well after recently competing with Team USA's Under-23 team.

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Patience and Persistence Pay Off for Matt Williams
- As the son of a baseball coach, Matt Williams grew up around the game, and the lessons he learned growing up have helped fuel his determination to succeed.

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Maturity and Commitment Allow Allisha Gray to Make Big Impact
- South Carolina junior Allisha Gray does a lot of things well on the basketball court, but it sometimes gets overshadowed by the talent around her. That's just fine with Gray, who had to sit out last year after transferring from North Carolina where she was a First Team All-ACC guard.

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Mighty Sound of the Southeast to Be Honored at National Conference
- The "Mighty Sound of the Southeast," South Carolina's marching band, is gaining some national attention outside of Williams-Brice Stadium as last yera's Halloween-themed halftime performance has been selected to be featured at The College Band Directors National Association Conference.

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Former Equestrians Earn Distinguished Alumni Awards from NCEA
- Jennifer Wood and Ruth Sorrel were outstanding members of South Carolina's equestrian team nearly two decades ago, and they were even better friends. It's only fitting that both of the former Gamecocks are being honored with distinguished alumni awards by the National Collegiate Equestrian Association this year.

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Catching Up with Former All-American and Olympian Terrence Trammell
- Terrence Trammell (1998-2000) is one of the most decorated student-athletes in the great history of South Carolina Track and Field, and now he's leading off of the track.

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Personal Challenges Help Shape Horvit On and Off the Court
- South Carolina women's tennis freshman knew all about overcoming some adversity before she even arrived on campus and has already made a smooth adjustment to college life.

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Personal Challenges Help Shape Horvit On and Off the Court
- South Carolina women's tennis freshman Mia Horvit knew all about overcoming some adversity before she even arrived on campus and has already made a smooth adjustment to college life.

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Elevation of South Carolina Men's Basketball is Getting Noticed Nationally
- South Carolina head coach Frank Martin has raised expectations for Gamecock basketball, and that's not a surprise to the college basketball experts.

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Thornwell Makes an Impression on College Basketball Experts
- Sindarius Thornwell leads the SEC in scoring in league games, and his outstanding play is drawing praise from college basketball experts as a candidate for SEC Player of the Year.

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Trinity Johnson Looks Back on South Carolina's Historic '97 Season
- As South Carolina softball celebrates the 20th anniversary of the 1997 Gamecocks team that won the inaugural SEC Regular Season and Tournament Championship on the way to a Women's College World Series appearance, former All-American pitcher Trinity Johnson noted that it's the moments with her teammates that she values the most.

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Catching Up with Tacita Bass Sumter
- Tacita Bass Sumter lost her 2002 national championship team ring. While she wants it back, the former South Carolina track and field All-American proudly owns memories that cannot be taken away of that team accomplishment in addition to her two SEC titles and three individual NCAA championships.

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Hunter Taylor is Glad to be Back Where He Knew He Belonged
- After having second thoughts, Hunter Taylor is excited to have a second chance with the Gamecocks. The junior catcher had decided to transfer after last season, but after some soul-searching over the summer, he decided that South Carolina was indeed where he needed to be.

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