The 21 ties for second in the league among the men's soccer teams
South Carolina leads the league for the 10th-consecutive fall
South Carolina ends its season with an 11-8-2 mark
South Carolina wraps up undefeated home slate by downing its fourth top-15 team
Junior Kurtis Turner scores both goals in the victory
Shots from the Gamecocks' top-15 showdown at No. 6 Wake Forest on Oct. 6, 2015
Shots from the Gamecocks' 3-1 victory over No. 8 Elon on Tues., Sept. 22, 2015. Photos provided by Sideline Carolina.
Shots from our season opening win vs. Mercer on Aug. 28, 2015 at Stone Stadium.
Pictures from South Carolina's 2-1 win in exhibition play against Furman on Aug. 23, 2015 at Stone Stadium in Columbia.
Pictures from the 2014 Conference USA Tournament Championship match between SC and Old Dominion on Nov. 16, 2014
- 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 C-USA Academic Honor Roll
- 2013, 2014, 2015 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
- 2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
2015 (SENIOR): Appeared in 20 matches, starting the first five at defender … Moved back to forward for most of the season after that … Credited with an assist in the victory over No. 11 Coastal Carolina (11/7) … Garnered recognition on the Conference USA Commissioner’s and Southeastern Conference Fall Academic Honor Rolls.
2014 (JUNIOR): Missed half of the season due to injury but came back to play in eight matches ... Tallied a goal and two assists ...Part of double assists on goals against NC State (10/21) and at Old Dominion (11/16) in the Conference USA Tournament Championship Match ... Scored his goal at No. 25 New Mexico (11/7) ... Earned spots on the C-USA Commissioner's and Southeastern Conference Fall Academic Honor Rolls.
Made nine appearances at forward for the Gamecocks...registered a shot at home in a win over Presbyterian (Oct. 1)...named to the Conference USA Academic Honor Roll.
Saw action in nine contests, scoring one goal and earning one assist ... Posted five shots, including three on goal ... Earned first assist of his career in season opener vs. College of Charleston (Aug. 24) ... Registered a shot vs. archrival Clemson (Sept. 18) ... Tallied first goal of his career in 1-1 draw vs. FIU (Sept. 29) ... Named to the C-USA Academic Honor Roll and the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.
U-17 U.S. Men's National Team player pool ... Named the high school Rookie Player of the Year in 2009; All-Region (2009, 10, 11); team MVP in 2010 ... State of South Carolina leading high school scorer in 2011 with 39 goals, also 11 assists; named the state Offensive Player of the Year in 2011 ... All-State in 2011, All-Lowcountry ... Played club soccer for South Carolina United FC and coach Clark Brisson ... ESPN Rise Top 150 Recruit for 2012 class ... Ranked No. 17 by TopDrawerSoccer.com in the South Atlantic Region ... CollegeSoccerNews.com Top 150 ... 3-year letterwinner at Fort Dorchester High School in Charleston, S.C.
Son of Randy and Kimberly Eads; has one brother, Randall ... Major at South Carolina is business.