South Carolina volleyball's late-season surge reached uncharted territory Sunday afternoon, as the Gamecocks (16-8, 8-4 SEC) swept Ole Miss (14-10, 6-8 SEC) for their fifth sweep in a row (25-21, 25-20, 25-18). It's the team's first five-game winning streak in conference play since 2002, and…
With one month remaining in its regular season, South Carolina has its eyes locked on getting back to the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year. Coming into Friday night, the team had dropped one match at home all season and a total of six sets.
For the first time in program history, two players from the Gamecock volleyball team earned SEC weekly awards in the same week, as Mikayla Robinson and McKenzie Moorman were recognized by the conference office Monday afternoon. Robinson earned SEC Offensive Player of the Week laurels and Moo…
For the second time in three days, South Carolina swept an SEC opponent at the friendly confines of the Carolina Volleyball Center. On Sunday afternoon it was Alabama that fell victim to the Gamecocks’ stellar attack.
The third set was over. Mississippi State staved off a sweep by winning the set 27-25. Until South Carolina head coach Tom Mendoza held up the green challenge card.
South Carolina survived a scare Thursday but rallied for a five-set win (25-23, 25-20, 19-25, 22-25, 15-10) at Clemson (5-3) to run its win streak to four with a win. The Gamecocks (5-3), powered by 22 kills from senior Mikayla Shields, ran their win streak over the Tigers to five.
South Carolina hopes it can replicate a fantastic 2018 home record of 11-2 record in 2019. After the first game, it seems like that should be no issue.
Volleyball senior Claire Edwards' efforts over three weekend matches earned her Defensive Player of the Week honors from the Southeastern Conference, the league office announced on Monday.
South Carolina volleyball, a team that reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament last season under then first-year head coach Tom Mendoza, went 1-2 this weekend in the Panther Challenge tournament in Pittsburgh.
Tom Mendoza learned plenty during his team’s historic 2018 season, when it reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament, and the tournament as a whole, for the first time since 1992. The South Carolina volleyball coach wants his players to cherish the memories and learn from the experiences.
Zia Cooke had no Twitter account and few Instagram followers last December when she began her senior season at Rogers High School in Ohio.