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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.

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.

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 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.

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.…

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.