South Carolina seniors Grace Fisk (first team) and Mikayla Krzeczowski (third team) have been tabbed United Soccer Coaches All-Americans, the coaching organization announced Thursday night. The Gamecocks have had at least one All-American for seven straight seasons.
A historic season for South Carolina is now over. After winning the SEC Tournament for the first time in a decade, the Gamecocks ultimately fell one game short of a second College Cup in three seasons.
Mikayla Krzeczowski sat emotionless on the goal line with her legs stretched in front of her. Elexa Bahr held her neck and looked skyward. Riley Tanner and Lauren Chang held their hips. Grace Fisk chugged a water and walked briskly toward the South Carolina sideline.
Lauren Chang has friends on the Samford women’s soccer team that visited South Carolina and played the Gamecocks on Nov. 16 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.
Riley Tanner accepted Rebecca Koch’s lead pass deep in the southeast corner of the field at Stone Stadium and did, what South Carolina women’s soccer fans have become accustomed to, what the dynamic Riley Tanner does.
South Carolina women's soccer captain Grace Fisk has been named a MAC Hermann Trophy Semifinalist, the United Soccer Coaches announced Tuesday. This is the second time in the past three seasons Fisk has been named a Semifinalist for the annual honor that recognizes the top women's soccer pla…
South Carolina has relied on its defense throughout its entire 2019 season, and the unit has delivered to the tune of 17 shutouts. It has counted on three-time SEC Defensive Player of the Year Grace Fisk to be the anchor of that defense in the middle.
Lauren Chang paused for a moment to let Jyllissa Harris cross in front of her before letting her free kick from about 30 yards out sail into the 18-yard box. The South Carolina midfielder, with her ever-so-perfect touch, played the ball over three Kansas defenders and onto the head of teamma…
South Carolina is full of stars up and down its lineup, whether it’s inaugural SEC Goalkeeper of the Year Mikayla Krzeczowski, three-time SEC Defender of the Year Grace Fisk, England national team member Anna Patten or two-time All-SEC second team member Lauren Chang.
South Carolina may be known for its defense, and rightfully so, but it was the team’s offense and speed in the attacking third that made the difference in its NCAA Tournament second round victory over Notre Dame on Friday.
It took 41 minutes for South Carolina to score against Notre Dame in the teams’ September matchup, and 41 minutes, and another misstep from the Irish defense, to do so on Friday.
During South Carolina’s SEC Tournament opener against Georgia on Nov. 5, Sutton Jones was defending an opponent one on one when she heard a familiar voice from the sideline advise her to apply a bit more pressure.
They say defense wins championships, but on Saturday night at Stone Stadium it was the offense that led the way for No. 2 seed South Carolina in its NCAA Tournament opening-round win over Samford.
South Carolina women's soccer senior Grace Fisk was named the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Player of the Week, the organization announced Tuesday. The award is the first national weekly recognition for Fisk and is the first since Sept. 18, 2018, when Mikayla Krzeczowski earned the honor.
No. 7 South Carolina women’s soccer (16-1-3, 7-0-3 SEC) has earned a No. 2 seed and will host Samford (13-3-5, 7-1-1 Southern Conference) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday at 6 p.m.
Off the head of Sutton Jones and the right foot of Luciana Zullo, No. 7 South Carolina women's soccer (15-1-3, 7-0-3 SEC) advanced to its first SEC Tournament final since 2010 with a 2-0 win over Vanderbilt. The Gamecocks shut out the No. 2 seed Commodores to reach Sunday's final against No.…
Mark Berson has been the head coach of South Carolina men’s soccer since the program’s inception more than 40 years ago. While there have been ups and downs, there has always been one constant: the culture of the program.
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No. 7 South Carolina women's soccer (14-1-3, 7-0-3 SEC) advanced to its second straight SEC Tournament semifinals with a 1-0 win over Georgia (8-7-4, 4-3-3 SEC) Tuesday.
For the third time in four seasons, South Carolina (13-1-3, 7-0-3 SEC) finished its SEC slate unbeaten. But because of the three draws and some quirks in how standings are determined, the team enters the SEC Tournament as the No. 3 seed.
South Carolina seniors Grace Fisk and Mikayla Krzeczowski both earned major SEC season awards to lead six Gamecocks recognized by the league on Sunday. Fisk was named Co-Defender of the Year while Krzeczowski earned the SEC's first Goalkeeper of the Year award.
Thursday night could have been a night full of drama. Entering the evening, No. 8 South Carolina could win the SEC regular-season title but could only finish as high as the No. 3 seed in the SEC Tournament, which starts Sunday in Orange Beach, Ala.
South Carolina women's soccer senior defender Tatumn Milazzo will miss the remainder of the 2019 season with a right knee injury, head coach Shelley Smith announced Monday. Milazzo suffered the injury on Oct. 24 against Ole Miss.
No. 8 South Carolina women's soccer (12-1-3, 6-0-3 SEC) battled to a 1-1 draw with No. 20 Florida (10-6-1, 6-2-1 SEC) on Sunday afternoon on the road. Riley Tanner netted the equalizer to help force overtime.
Elexa Bahr woke up Thursday morning knowing she was going to score. It was her last regular season game at Stone Stadium and the senior was going to make it count.
South Carolina had one glaring stat on its record. The Gamecocks had yet to record a conference win this season with just three chances left going into Sunday night’s matchup with FAU.
For the second straight game, No. 7 South Carolina went to overtime against an unranked opponent. And for the second straight game, the game ended in a draw.
No. 7 South Carolina women’s soccer (11-1-0, 5-0-0 SEC) picked up its third straight 1-0 win on Thursday night on the road against Kentucky (5-7-2, 0-5-0 SEC). Junior forward Ryan Gareis scored her fourth goal of the season to seal the Gamecock win.
South Carolina women's soccer senior Grace Fisk has earned her second career SEC Defensive Player of the Week honor, the league office announced Monday.
Shelley Smith did something Sunday she had not done since the calendar turned to September: South Carolina’s head coach started a trio in the attacking third in a consecutive game for the just the second time this season.
No. 8 South Carolina women’s soccer (8-1, 2-0 SEC) came from two goals down to take down Alabama (5-4-1, 0-2 SEC) 5-2 on the road on Thursday night. The come from behind victory is the first time in the Shelley Smith era that SC has overcame a two-goal deficit to win.
South Carolina women's soccer junior Lauren Chang earned her first career SEC Offensive Player of the Week honor, the league office announced Monday.
No. 9 South Carolina women's soccer (7-1-0, 1-0-0 SEC) won its sixth-straight SEC opener with a 3-0 decision over Georgia (3-4-1, 0-1-0 SEC) at Stone Stadium on Friday night.
CLEMSON, S.C. — “Ten, nine, eight,” the public announcer at Historic Riggs Field pronounced, counting down the final ten seconds of the match.
South Carolina apparently does not think 90 minutes is long enough to decide a winner. For the third straight game, all at Stone Stadium, the Gamecocks needed an extra session to decide the winner of their match against Mercer.
South Carolina women's soccer junior Anna Patten has earned her first career SEC Defensive Player of the Week honor, the league office announced today.
South Carolina men's soccer earned its second-consecutive overtime victory with a 1-0 shutout of USC Upstate on Friday night at Stone Stadium.
Fueled by a stingy back line, No. 7 South Carolina women's soccer (4-0-0) shut out Purdue (4-1-0) 2-0 on the road to begin the Boilermaker Challenge Cup with goals from Anna Patten and Lauren Chang.