It’s the game before the game. South Carolina football alumni will be the opening act prior to Saturday’s annual Garnet & Black Spring Game, but for the participants, and many fans as well, this could be a headline event of its own. Beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday, more than 100 former Gamecock football lettermen [...]
Danielle Au’s outstanding collegiate soccer career has translated into a promising professional playing career in Sweden. While she has no plans of hanging up her cleats anytime soon, the former South Carolina soccer star enjoys coming back to Columbia in the offseason and is keeping an eye on her future whenever her playing days are [...]
Despite a successful collegiate and professional career on the pitch, South Carolina women's soccer alumna Blakely Mattern does not allow herself to be defined as only a soccer player. The former All-American recently launched a new business named 11.11 Training near her hometown in Greenville, S.C., which uses soccer training to teach young girls how [...]
The Southeastern Conference 2016 Class of Women's Legends showcases former student-athletes and coaches from all 14 SEC member institutions. To read more, click HERE.
Former South Carolina goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo has faced and thwarted shots from some of the best college and professional soccer players during her career. The Welland, Ontario, native hopes to someday take on the world as a member of Canada’s national team, which is attempting to qualify for the upcoming summer Olympics in Rio de [...]
A life-threatening accident changed Victoria Middleton’s life, and now the former South Carolina equestrian is looking to make a difference in the lives of others through a change in her career. Middleton suffered brain injuries and was in a coma after being knocked down by a horse in the summer of 2009, following her sophomore [...]
Most of Harold White’s nearly four decades in the South Carolina Athletics Department were spent as an academic advisor or administrator, but nearly everyone who knows him, still addresses the man as “Coach.” Retired since 2007, White became South Carolina’s first African-American coach when he was hired by former head football coach Paul Dietzel as [...]
If all goes as planned, Boston Red Sox fans will find out what South Carolina baseball fans have known for quite some time; Jackie Bradley, Jr., is a special player. With spring training beginning this month, Bradley is slated to be the starting centerfielder for the Red Sox after a promising 2015 campaign according to [...]
Jordan Diggs isn’t the first member of his hometown, or even the first member of his own family, to play “big time” college football. It is Jordan’s ability to overcome tragedy, adversity and temptation that makes his path remarkable. To see the complete three-part video documentary or to read his full story, click here.
Nobody will ever forget Jim Valvano running around the floor at "The Pit" in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1983 looking for somebody to hug after his underdog NC State team pulled off the miraculous by winning the national championship. Every time of the year that it is NCAA Tournament time the video of Valvano running [...]