Gamecocks Head Home from Hoover

For the second consecutive day, 12th ranked South Carolina rallied from three runs down, however top ranked Vanderbilt loaded the bases in the 10th inning and with one out a RBI base hit from Conrad Gregor lifted the Commodores to a 4-3 win over the Gamecocks in an elimination game on Thursday afternoon at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium. South Carolina now […]

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Hall of Fame Clemson coach dies

Clemson Hall of Fame Women’s Basketball Coach Annie Tribble passed away on Thursday, April 18 after a battle with cancer. Tribble, 80, died in hospice care in a facility in Anderson, SC. Tribble served as Clemson’s women’s basketball coach from the 1976-77 season through the 1986-87 season. In her 11 years she led the Lady Tigers to at least 20 […]

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Tribble Presented with Two Awards

Clemson Hall of Fame Women’s Basketball Coach Annie Tribble was presented with two awards on Tuesday, one from the city of Clemson and one from the Clemson Athletic Department. First, Tribble was presented with the Key to the City of Clemson. Then she was presented with a plaque that named the Clemson Head Women’s Basketball Coaches Office in her honor. […]

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Tigers, Gamecocks collect road wins

Georgia native Tyler Slaton totaled a career-high four hits and Georgia native Matthew Crownover pitched 5.0 strong innings to lead Clemson to a 9-1 win over Georgia in front of 1,484 fans at a chilly Foley Field in Athens on Tuesday night. The Tigers, who took a 1-0 lead in the home-and-home, midweek series, improved to 16-8 on the season. […]

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Lady Gamecocks set for NCAA Tournament

The women’s NCAA basketball tournament field was announced on Monday, and defending champion Baylor, along with Connecticut, Notre Dame and Stanford, all earned Number One spots, the first time the same four teams got the four top seeds in consecutive seasons. The tournament will get underway on Saturday. South Carolina’s women’s basketball team (24-7) earned a No. 4 seed in […]

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Gamecocks, Tigers winners on diamond Wednesday

Freshman lefthanders Matthew Crownover and Zack Erwin along with sophomore righty Kyle Schnell, all first-year Tigers, combined to allow just five hits, one unearned run, and no walks with four strikeouts to lead Clemson to a 3-1 win over Charleston Southern at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Wednesday afternoon. The Tigers, who improved to 17-0 all-time against Charleston Southern, upped their […]

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