Posted by NEIL WHITE on April 7, 2014
After eking out a 2-1 win over Appalachian State last week, the South Carolina baseball team took a weekend road trip to Arkansas. The bats, however, did not show up.
In losing two of three games to the Razorbacks, the Gamecocks managed three runs on 16 hits while striking out 26 times in the series. USCs team batting average fell from .301 to .289, the lowest mark of the season.
USC coach Chad Holbrook predicted before the series that his hitters could run into trouble against the Arkansas pitching staff. Much to his chagrin, he was correct.
Posted by NEIL WHITE on March 15, 2014
Games such as South Carolina’s 5-4 victory in 10 innings against Mississippi in Saturday’s doubleheader opener don’t come along often. But when they do, you can only marvel at the wonderful game of baseball.
Posted on March 14, 2014
One loss doesn’t really count as adversity.
Posted by NEIL WHITE on March 10, 2014
South Carolina’s good feelings like its unbeaten record aren’t necessarily going to last the next three weekends against ranked SEC opponents in Ole Miss, Kentucky and Tennessee.