VIDEO -- Sindarius Thornwell: Home2/20/17 - Senior guard Sindarius Thornwell reflects on choosing South Carolina, unfinished business and everything in between.
Superwomen to Be Honored at South Carolina Softball Games2/20/17 - South Carolina softball is honoring "superwomen" who are leaders in the community by allowing those individuals to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before games at Carolina Softball Stadium at Beckham Field this season.
Annual Equifest Kids Day Returns to OneWood Farm on Feb. 252/17/17 - South Carolina's annual Equifest Kids Day returns on Saturday morning, February 25, as the Gamecock Equestrian team hosts Auburn at OneWood Farm in Blythewood. All equestrian events are free to the public, as are the activities for kids, which begin at 9 a.m. with the competition following at 10 a.m.
Family Sacrifice Drives Williams to Succeed, On and Off the Field2/14/17 - Taylor Williams can't wait for her family members to make their first trip to Carolina Softball Stadium at Beckham field later this spring to watch her play. Family support and sacrifice in the wake of tragedy have made her what she is today.
My Signature: Wil Crowe's Journey Back from Tommy John Surgery2/13/17 - South Carolina pitcher Wil Crowe went from being a 2014 Freshman All-America and the Friday night starter in 2015 to a spectator for more than a year while recovering from "Tommy John" surgery on his right elbow. Now he's back and ready to help his team whenever his number is called.
Baseball Flex Pass Creates Flexibility and Convenience for Gamecock Fans2/9/17 - Affordability, convenience and of course, flexibility, are top reasons South Carolina baseball fans should check out the new all-mobile Flex Pass that went on sale last week.
Victoria Williams Finds Her True Colors2/8/17 - Victoria Williams is thrilled to begin her senior season on the softball diamond for South Carolina. So are her parents, even if they have to wear the colors of the family rival. She has also found her calling as an educator.
My Signature: Savannah McCaskill Gets a Taste of Her Team USA Dream2/7/17 - South Carolina rising senior striker Savannah McCaskill recently trained with some of the top women's soccer players in the world after being invited to participate in the U.S. Women's National Team's first training camp of 2017. USWNT coach Jill Ellis selected McCaskill to compete at the camp following the Chapin, S.C., native's impressive showing at the U.S. U-23 Camp.
Ambidextrous Freshman Happy to Play Anywhere for Gamecocks2/6/17 - Freshman Carlos Cortes is an ambidextrous thrower, who throws with his right hand when he plays infield and throws with his left hand when he plays in the outfield and pitches.
South Carolina Celebrates 20th Anniversary of SEC's First Softball Champion2/2/17 - Twenty years ago, South Carolina softball enjoyed one of the greatest seasons in program history after winning the inaugural SEC Championship on the way to a 63-5 season and berth in the 1997 Women's College World Series. South Carolina is honoring the 20th anniversary of that team throughout the 2017 season.
Holroyd Brings Passion for South Carolina to Gamecock Golf Program1/31/17 - Ryan Holroyd has always had a passion for being a Gamecock, even if his role is behind the scenes. Holroyd is in his first season as a volunteer assistant coach with the South Carolina men's golf program.
College Football Experts Weigh In on Higher Expectations in 20171/27/17 - (Part 2) With Head Coach Will Muschamp's reputation as a relentless recruiter, and the acumen his staff showed in developing young talent last year, college football analysts have taken notice, and so have recruits. Even with the success of last year's first recruiting class, experts agree that the expectation should be for successive classes to be even better for the Gamecocks.
College Football Experts Chime in on South Carolina's Present & Future1/26/17 - (Part 1) As signing day approaches, the South Carolina Gamecocks look to build on the momentum established by Will Muschamp and his staff during his first season last fall. Local and national college football experts liked what they saw with Coach Muschamp's first team, recruiting class and player development.
Carolina Made: D.J. Swearinger is Proud to Represent His Home State1/25/17 - D.J. Swearinger played with intensity and pride. The former South Carolina safety and current Arizona Cardinal, who recently wrapped up his fifth NFL season, grew up in Greenwood, S.C., and he thoroughly enjoyed playing college football for the name on the front of the jersey.