Ko Simpson (2004-2005) was never afraid to go the extra mile to prove himself. The former South Carolina defensive back continued to do just that even after his NFL career ended by driving each day from his home in Indian Land, S.C., back to the Columbia campus for classes so he can graduate through the University's Degree Completion Program.
After an All-American career in which he helped South Carolina win the 2010 College World Series, Blake Cooper (2007-2010) enjoyed six years of professional baseball and was fortunate enough to retire from the game on his own terms. Now he's carving a new a path as an aspiring coach, and South Carolina's Degree Completion Program is helping him get there.
Whether it’s working with soldiers from the U.S. Army Training Center from Fort Jackson, airmen from Shaw Air Force base, or members of the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), South Carolina Athletics enjoys a strong commitment with the U.S. military. As part of that relationship, the Athletics Department is involved in presenting the Rex Enright Award at the Annual ROTC Awards Ceremony,... View details ⇨
South Carolina student-athletes have a chance to gain valuable work experience in their chosen field thanks to a new program launched by the Athletics Department titled "Beyond Sports." The new summer professional development and internship program is part of the Gamecock Promise.
Katelyn Dambaugh of University of South Carolina Women's Golf Team captured Medalist Honors at this weekend's #SECWGolf Championship, setting a new tournament record for lowest 54-hole mark! #ForeverToThee
Coming off historic runs through the NCAA Tournament, the University of South Carolina Board of Trustees has approved new contracts for head men’s basketball coach Frank Martin and head women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley!
With the Gamecocks enjoying one of their most successful athletic seasons across the board, the University of South Carolina Board of Trustees today extended the contract of Athletics Director Ray Tanner for three years, taking him through the end of the 2021-22 academic year.
Former South Carolina men's golfer Wesley Bryan tallied his first career win on the PGA TOUR, finishing first at the RBC Heritage on Easter Sunday. He shot 69, 67, 68 and 67 en route to the title. Bryan is the first native South Carolinian to win the RBC Heritage in the 49-year history of the tournament.