Some of the NCAA's best players have donned the Garnet and Black in history. Darlene Lowery set the single-season ERA record in 1983, helping the Gamecocks to the NCAA Women's College World Series. Tiff Tootle posted 351 hits in her four-year career, where she earned three All-America plaques. And Trinity Johnson dominated the competition for three years in the circle, posting nine no-hitters, three of those perfect games, from 1995-97.