Posted by NEIL WHITE on July 19, 2014
Scott Wingo will return to the South Carolina dugout this year as the programs new student assistant coach.
The former second baseman was released by the Los Angeles Dodgers this summer after spending three years in their minor league organization as an 11th-round draft pick. He will join coach Chad Holbrooks staff while he works toward graduation as a retailing major.
Wingo, 25, started four seasons for the Gamecocks from 2008 to 2011 and finished his career on the highest note. He earned the 2011 College World Series Most Outstanding Player award on the USCs second straight national championship team.
Posted by NEIL WHITE on June 3, 2014
With South Carolina’s baseball season now in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to take a glance at the road ahead. There’s one question, of course, that’s going to loom over the 2015 season. Will that road lead back to Omaha?
Posted by NEIL WHITE on June 2, 2014
Everybody is looking back over the season and wondering what happened to a team that was ranked No. 1 in the nation in mid-March. Let’s take a look at five things we learned this season.
Posted by NEIL WHITE on May 26, 2014
A last-minute look at who the national experts believe will be headed to the NCAA baseball tournament's Columbia regional when the field of 64 is announced today.
Posted by NEIL WHITE on May 20, 2014
The regular season has concluded, and the South Carolina baseball team is right where it needs to be to land a top eight national seed when NCAA tournament bids go out next Monday.
Posted by NEIL WHITE on May 18, 2014
The South Carolina baseball team’s big road series win over Vanderbilt has placed the Gamecocks right back into the hunt for a top-eight national seed. But the crystal ball remains a little foggy for those teams vying to land one of those seeds.
Posted by NEIL WHITE on May 15, 2014
With one weekend left to play in the regular, South Carolina has a final shot to put itself in a position to land a Top 8 national seed from the NCAA when tournament bids go out in less than two weeks.