Here’s the art for the uniforms the Gamecocks will be wearing on Nov. 14th vs. Florida:
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If you’re in Columbia on Friday, you’ve got a couple different options to entertain yourself with Gamecock sports:
At 1 p.m., the Gamecock swimming and diving team has its first home meet of the season against Kentucky at 1 p.m. at the Blatt P.E. Center (Click here for directions). The first 150 fans will receive a free t-shirt and pizza. Here’s a message from Head Coach McGee Moody:
The women’s soccer team, currently ranked No. 7 in the country, faces Auburn at 7 p.m. at Stone Stadium. The game is “Kick for the Cure” night as all fans are encouraged to wear pink to support breast cancer awareness. Fans can receive a free pink t-shirt with a donation. Friday night is also Senior Night as the team’s seven seniors, the winningest senior class in program history, will be honored prior to the match.
Tickets are still available for Saturday’s game vs. Kentucky at 12:30 p.m. Visit GamecocksOnline.com or call 800-4SC-FANS. If you’re not going to make it to Columbia, the game will be televised on Fox Sports Net.
Ready for another Saturday night at Williams-Brice!
If you haven’t made plans for Friday night yet, you should get to the Volleyball Competition Facility at 6 p.m. when the Gamecocks take on Tennessee. Friday night is the annual “Dig for the Cure” match so make sure you’re wearing pink. You can also get a free pink shirt with a donation in support of breast cancer research. Proceeds will go to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.
For tonight, don’t forget Coach Spurrier will be at Wild Wing in the Vista tonight for Carolina Calls from 7 to 8 p.m. on 107.5 FM. Listen live or watch live on the WIS webcast.
Athletics Director Eric Hyman was in Dallas at annual meetings this week for the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association, fulfilling his duties as president of the organization. He told me today that many athletic directors from around the country came up to him to tell him how impressed they were with our fans as well as our stadium after seeing us play on Thursday night. According to Hyman, the atmosphere the fans created at the game definitely got some rave reviews. It’s great to hear praise like that coming from the leaders in college athletics.
Here’s some links to enjoy as you wind down this evening:
- The Sporting News puts the Gamecocks in at No. 38 on their top 50 teams in men’s hoops. Four other SEC teams made the list (Kentucky No.2; Mississippi State No. 10; Tennessee No. 12; Vandy No. 35.
- Chris Low – “Despite the youth, Gamecocks “D” rolling along.”
- Ron Morris talks about how the first four games of the season show the potential for this year’s team.