South Carolina Rumors & News

  • Marcus Stroman to transfer from South Carolina

    The State "South Carolina’s roster isn’t done changing. Rising junior point guard Marcus Stroman will not return to the Gamecocks, a USC spokesperson confirmed on Tuesday. Program great Carey Rich first reported the news. Stroman was one of five players indefinitely suspended for a conduct issue before..." June 01

  • Delaware transfer Kory Holden commits to Frank Martin, Gamecocks

    The State "South Carolina has landed an elite transfer, but will have to wait a season until he can play. Delaware guard Kory Holden, a 6-foot-2 second-team All-Colonial Athletic Association selection last year, committed to the Gamecocks on Tuesday. Holden, ranked No. 2 on ESPN’s Top-10 list of available..." April 26

  • Report: South Carolina to extend Frank Martin

    The Score "Frank Martin is on the verge of receiving a contract extension to remain head coach at South Carolina long term, a source told David Cloninger of The State. South Carolina's Board of Trustees is scheduled to meet Friday at 1 p.m., when members will discuss, and presumably approve, a pending..." March 31

  • NCAA confirms South Carolina's mistaken invite to tourney

    247 Sports "The news is true. South Carolina was invited to the NCAA Tournament on Selection Sunday only to be told minutes later by NCAA officials there had been a mistake. South Carolina athletic director Ray Tanner on Thursday confirmed a previous report by indicating that NCAA travel..." March 31

  • Georgia Tech 83, South Carolina 66

    The Sports Xchange "Senior guard Adam Smith made five 3-pointers and scored 21 points to help Georgia Tech rout South Carolina 83-66 on Monday in Columbia, S.C., to reach the NIT quarterfinals. Senior guard Marcus Georges-Hunt added 14 points and eight assists and senior forward Charles Mitchell had 12 points..." March 22

  • 2 USC men’s basketball players arrested, charged in property crimes

    The State "Two University of South Carolina men’s basketball players have been arrested in connection with properties damaged with a BB gun. The Columbia Police Department announced the arrests Thursday morning: According to Columbia police: ▪ USC freshman forward Eric Cobb is charged with..." March 17

  • Five South Carolina players suspended indefinitely ahead of NIT

    College Spun "Due to a weak strength of schedule, the 24-8 South Carolina Gamecocks were left out of the 2016 NCAA Tournament field, and are a No. 1 seed in the NIT. In the tournament’s opener against High Point, the Gamecocks will be without five players, who have been suspended indefinitely. Frank Martin..." March 15

  • South Carolina 88, High Point 66

    The Sports Xchange "Senior forward Laimonas Chatkevicius scored a career-high 30 points on 15-of-16 shooting to lead top-seeded South Carolina to an 88-66 victory over High Point on Tuesday in the first round of the NIT at Columbia, S.C. Junior guard Sindarius Thornwell added 20 points and seven assists for the..." March 15

  • Georgia 65, South Carolina 64

    The Sports Xchange "Georgia guard J.J. Frazier may not be the Southeastern Conference's best player. But in this week's Southeastern Conference tournament in Nashville, Tenn., he's playing like it. Frazier scored 20 points and made two remarkable plays down the stretch as sixth-seeded Georgia rallied to top..." March 12

  • South Carolina 76, Arkansas 61

    The Sports Xchange "Sindarius Thornwell scored 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, fueling South Carolina's 76-61 rout of Arkansas on Saturday at Fayetteville, Ark. The Gamecocks (24-7, 11-7 in the SEC ) led 36-24 at halftime and opened the second half with a 20-5 run to pull away from the Razorbacks...." March 05

  • Georgia 74, South Carolina 72

    The Sports Xchange "Senior guard Kenny Gaines scored 20 points, and Georgia used a late 11-0 run to take control and post a stunning 74-72 victory over South Carolina on Thursday in Southeastern Conference play at Columbia, S.C. Junior guard J.J. Frazier scored seven of his 19 points during the decisive surge..." March 03