Josh Wolff has taken the next step in his ascending soccer coaching career.
South Carolina men’s soccer announced its 2019 home schedule. The Gamecocks will play 17 regular season matches, 11 at home and six away from the friendly confines of Stone Stadium. The Gamecocks will have four home matches total during the month of September, followed by six in October.
Wadeline Jonathas, Tatyana Mills, Stephanie Davis and Curtis Frye talk 4x400 national championship on 3/11/19.
It was supposed to be a rebuilding season for South Carolina women’s soccer, with a roster that lost a program legend and featured almost as many underclassmen (26) as the entire roster had players on it (29) last season.
Grace Fisk seldom gets fazed when SEC attackers sprint at her full speed with a ball at their feet and eyes set on the South Carolina net. She rarely gets rattled when there are loose balls in the box or when she finds herself alone as the last defender back.
Lauren Chang has an impeccable memory when it comes to the fine details of her soccer career, from all the premier tournaments she has played in to the lengthy list of standout goals. “I remember everything that happens on the field,” the South Carolina sophomore said one morning in early October.
Mikayla Krzeczowski clapped her hands twice before embracing her defenders — a double high-five for Grace Fisk, a double low-five for Rebecca Koch and a hug for Jackie Schaefer. South Carolina’s goalkeeper then slung a white towel over her right shoulder and headed toward the Gamecock bench …
The message Mark Berson delivered to his South Carolina men’s soccer team as it entered training camp this season was clear: Be the player you’re supposed to be. Be the player you know you are. Don’t be something you’re not.
The first question South Carolina junior Mikayla Krzeczowski received at the Gamecocks’ Media Day session in August was, predictably, about the spelling of her name.
Savannah McCaskill has walked onto soccer pitches across North America hundreds, if not thousands, of times. For Irmo High School and South Carolina and the professional NWSL team Sky Blue FC.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Before every South Carolina soccer game, Elexa Bahr seeks out Bianca Galassini, Meaghan Carrigan, Savannah McCaskill and Lauren Chang. In that order — and always in that order — the Gamecock forward and her teammates act out scripted and elaborate handshakes.