Found February 23, 2012 on
University of South Carolina Athletics:
South Carolina fought to the bitter end but came up just short at No. 13/10 Kentucky, 53-50, in SEC women's basketball action Thursday night at Memorial Coliseum. The Gamecocks (20-8, 9-6 SEC) got huge nights from their post players, including Ashley Bruner's double-double, but the Wildcats sealed the game at the free throw line and defended the final in-bounds play to preserve their victory and remain undefeated at home this season.
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No. 46 South Carolina men's tennis makes its debut in Carolina Tennis Center this weekend with a doubleheader on Sat., Feb. 25. The Gamecocks (8-1) will take on Furman at 10 a.m. before hosting Charlotte at 4 p.m. at the $4.6 million facility, weather permitting. It is the last tune-up before South Carolina kicks off its SEC schedule next weekend against No. 4 Georgia and No. 21 Tennessee.
South Carolina suffered a 59-48 loss on the road at Vanderbilt on Wednesday in SEC play. Sophomore guard Bruce Ellington led the Gamecocks with 15 points in the contest.
Hosting its second home tournament of the year, South Carolina brings in Appalachian State, Elon, George Washington and Presbyterian to Beckham Field for this year's Gamecock Invitational. The Gamecocks' first game is slated for a 5 p.m. first pitch on Friday afternoon against the Elon Phoenix. All South Carolina games will have live audio at GamecocksOnline.com, while Gametracker...
Be sure to check out a Gamecock Spotlight men's basketball sophomore guard Brenton Williams.