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NCAA eases rules on athlete transfers

College athletes will no longer need permission from their coach or school to transfer and receive financial aid from another school.

Fireflies blank Legends, 4-0 Wednesday

Joe Cavallaro’s stockpile of quality starts grew larger on Wednesday. The Fireflies righty hurled six scoreless innings, picked up his league-best seventh win of the season and led Columbia to a 4-0 victory. It was Columbia’s third shut-out win of the season and second in four days.

Grayson Greiner recalled by Tigers

Former Gamecock Grayson Greiner was recalled from Triple-A Toledo Tuesday by the Detroit Tigers, according to the team.

Fireflies lose rain-shortended game at Lexington

Columbia dropped its series-opener in Lexington, 3-0, on Monday night. The game was called in the eighth inning at 10:03 ET after a 30-minute rain delay. The Fireflies’ three-game win streak was snapped.  

REPORT: Brian Bowen pulls out of NBA Draft

Former Gamecock Brian Bowen, the centerpiece of last year's FBI investigation into bribery in college basketball, is pulling out of the NBA Draft according to multiple reports.

Gamecocks hire new men's golf assistant

South Carolina men’s golf head coach Bill McDonald announced the newest addition to his staff on Monday afternoon, with the hiring of Ben Dietrich as assistant coach.

Former Clemson QB transfers to Northwestern

Hunter Johnson, a transfer from Clemson and the No. 1 rated quarterback in the class of 2017 by ESPN, has announced his commitment to Northwestern University.

Fireflies sweep GreenJackets Sunday

The Fireflies blanked the GreenJackets 4-0 on Sunday afternoon at Spirit Communications Park. It's the second shut-out victory and second series sweep for the club this season. Chris Viall was impressive on the mound through 5.1 innings. The righty allowed just two hits, issued zero walks, and struck out four batters.

Gamecocks wallop Arkansas to force deciding Super Regional game three Monday

The Gamecocks scored five runs in the fifth inning, four on one swing of the bat from LT Tolbert, on its way to an 8-5 win over No. 5 Arkansas Sunday afternoon, forcing a deciding game three of the 2018 Fayetteville Super Regional. Game three will take place on Monday night (June 11) at 6 p.m. CDT (7 p.m. EDT).

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