Wednesday, Clemson suspended placekicker Ammon Lakip from the team. The indefinite suspension is the result of an arrest earlier this month.
Monday, Clemson officially introduced former Gamecock assistant and Lugoff-Elgin High School alum Monte Lee as the new Tigers head baseball coach. Click to watch the story from the Monday ABC Columbia News at Six.
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Monte Lee, who coached College of Charleston for seven seasons, has been hired as the new baseball coach at Clemson.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars have their entire rookie class under contract.
Former Clemson teammates Ben Martin and Sam Saunders both made the cut at the 115th United States Open at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash on Friday.
South Carolina head women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley announced that Allisha Gray (Sandersville, Ga./Washington County) has signed a financial aid agreement to attend the University and play for the Gamecocks.
The game times and network designations of South Carolina’s first three football games of the 2015 season were announced today during the news and information show SEC Now on SEC Network.
One of the victims taken in Charleston's fatal shooting that left nine dead was a family member of a former Clemson basketball player.
South Carolina women’s basketball senior Aleighsa Welch continued to add to her award resume as the female recipient of the eighth-annual Southeastern Conference Sportsmanship Award, the league office announced Thursday.
Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich has named Monte Lee as Clemson's 27th head baseball coach. Out of respect for the Charleston community, Lee's press conference, originally scheduled for Thursday, has been postponed.
On Thursday, rising senior Gamecock Matt NeSmith will tee off at the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay.
On Wednesday, Monte Lee and Clemson officially agreed to terms for Lee to become Clemson's newest head baseball coach.
University of South Carolina head women’s soccer coach Shelley Smith announced the full schedule for the upcoming 2015 campaign on Wednesday. The Gamecocks are set to play 10 home contests at Stone Stadium in the fall.
University of South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier released the following statement regarding the retirement of longtime Summerville (S.C.) head football coach John McKissick
Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney's comments on John McKissick's retirement.
For the 38th season of Gamecock men’s soccer, South Carolina head coach Mark Berson challenged his team with a daunting 2015 schedule that includes matchups against eight teams who made last year’s NCAA Tournament.
Former Clemson Pitcher Matthew Crownover signed his contract with the Washington Nationals Monday.
Former Clemson Pitcher Matthew Crownover is expected to sign a contract with the Washington Nationals, ending his collegiate career at Clemson.
Chapin Tight End Will Register committed to the University of South Carolina Saturday.
The University of South Carolina track and field team crowned a deserving champion Saturday afternoon, as senior Jeannelle Scheper won the NCAA Outdoor high jump national title.
Billy Kennerly and Austin Langdale, two of the top golfers on Clemson’s NCAA Tournament team this past spring, both finished in the top five of the Palmetto Amateur in Aiken, S.C. on Saturday.
The Atlanta Falcons have reached terms on a four-year contract with defensive end Vic Beasley, the NFL’s No. 8 overall draft pick.
Clemson graduate Stephen Behr has been named a Capital One Division 1 Academic All-American as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Three current Tigers and one Clemson signee were chosen on the final day of the Major League Baseball draft Wednesday. Junior righthander Brody Koerner (Concord, N.C.) was selected in the 17th round (No. 513 overall pick) by the New York Yankees, junior righty Clate Schmidt (Acworth, Ga.) was picked in the 32nd round (No. 951 overall) by the Boston Red Sox and sophomore Eli White (Easley, S.C.) was chosen in the 37th round (No. 1117 overall) by the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Sophomore catcher Chris Okey (Mount Dora, Fla.) was named a first-team All-American by NCBWA on Wednesday.