Junior pitcher Ridge Chapman lead the Gamecocks to a 9-0 victory on Sunday, clinching the series over the VMI Keydets. In the rubber match against the Keydets, Chapman had six strikeouts, walked four and gave up one hit to lead the Gamecocks to victory at Founders Park on Sunday afternoon. “When I found out I was gonna be the Sunday guy, it was just really exciting for me,” Chapman said. “I was really anxious to get out there and compete.
After falling short on Opening Day, the South Carolina baseball team had two strong games to take the weekend series over VMI. The Gamecocks got a 7-2 win on Saturday and 9-0 shutout on Sunday. Head coach Mark Kingston was pleased with how his team rebounded from the 7-6 loss on Friday night. "After Friday night's tough loss, I thought we did a really good job of bouncing back the last two days," Kingston said after Sunday's win. "Played the kind of baseball we want to play.
The South Carolina club hockey team's season ended with a whimper Friday night as Clemson silenced the Irmo faithful early and soon had the team headed for the exits in a 7-0 rout on Senior Night. With victories over Clemson on Sept. 22 and Nov. 17, the Gamecocks already had the Palmetto Cup title clinched for 2017-18. However, Matt Loughran's Tigers made an excellent case for a rematch, needing only 13 men to shut out South Carolina before its largest crowd of the season.
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Selecting a term
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