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Greg Hadley

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Past articles by Greg:

‘Prestige’ isn’t all South Carolina, Mark Kingston are getting from Team USA gig

South Carolina baseball coach Mark Kingston is busy as an assistant for the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team this summer. He says the experience with other coaches will help the Gamecocks. → Read More

USC won’t add alcohol sales at Williams-Brice in 2019. Here’s why and what’s next

South Carolina will not sell alcohol for the 2019 football season at Williams-Brice Stadium, athletics director Ray Tanner said in a radio interview on 107.5 FM on Tuesday. → Read More

A game-by-game projection for South Carolina football, per ESPN’s model

South Carolina Gamecocks football is the favorite to win five games this season, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index. The FPI projects USC as the No. 18 team in the country, but with only 6.1 wins. → Read More

South Carolina’s oldest newcomer has message for freshmen: ‘Slow it down’

South Carolina women’s basketball added five star freshmen players this offseason, as well as transfer Destiny Littleton, who was swayed by a blunt recruiting pitch from Dawn Staley and the Gamecocks. → Read More

Gamecock commit Luke Doty becomes USC’s second consecutive Elite 11 quarterback

South Carolina football quarterback commit Luke Doty of Myrtle Beach made the final Elite 11 rankings on Wednesday to become the second future Gamecock QB in a row to earn the honor. → Read More

Mark Kingston, Gamecocks add late JUCO commit with near .500 batting average

South Carolina baseball re-bolstered its roster after a JUCO signee decided to turn pro, adding junior college outfielder Anthony Amicangelo to the Gamecocks’ roster on Wednesday. → Read More

AJ Lawson pours in 31 points at World Cup to lead team to final eight

South Carolina basketball star A.J. Lawson scored 31 points for Team Canada in the FIBA U19 World Cup in Greece on Wednesday. The rising sophomore Gamecock is a potential NBA first-rounder. → Read More

Newberry hires former conference rival coach to lead men’s basketball team

Newberry College has hired Jason Taylor, a former head coach at Anderson College, to be the Wolves’ new men’s basketball head coach. Taylor is a former SAC coach of the year and has advanced to the Elite Eight. → Read More

Newberry hires former conference rival coach to lead men’s basketball team

Newberry College has hired Jason Taylor, a former head coach at Anderson College, to be the Wolves’ new men’s basketball head coach. Taylor is a former SAC coach of the year and has advanced to the Elite Eight. → Read More

Newberry hires former conference rival coach to lead men’s basketball team

Newberry College has hired Jason Taylor, a former head coach at Anderson College, to be the Wolves’ new men’s basketball head coach. Taylor is a former SAC coach of the year and has advanced to the Elite Eight. → Read More

Newberry hires former conference rival coach to lead men’s basketball team

Newberry College has hired Jason Taylor, a former head coach at Anderson College, to be the Wolves’ new men’s basketball head coach. Taylor is a former SAC coach of the year and has advanced to the Elite Eight. → Read More

Gamecock Paul Jubb falls at Wimbledon but earns plenty of fans in hard-fought match

The South Carolina Gamecocks men’s tennis individual national champion Paul Jubb played in his native England in Wimbledon against a top-100 player in the world. → Read More

She can dunk, but it’s not what put her in a spot to lead USC’s freshmen

South Carolina women’s basketball freshman forward Laeticia Amihere got an early start on her college career by enrolling early and joining the Gamecocks, an unusual move in the sport. → Read More

Future Gamecock Luke Doty climbs Elite 11 rankings after Day 2

South Carolina football quarterback commit Luke Doty of Myrtle Beach climbed the Elite 11 rankings on Sunday. He is trying to b the second future Gamecock QB in a row to earn the honor after Ryan Hilinski. → Read More

His freshman year had a rough start, but this Gamecock earns All-Star nod this summer

South Carolina baseball rising sophomore Wes Clarke played well down the stretch for Mark Kingston and the Gamecocks and has stayed hot as an All-Star in the Valley Baseball League, a wood-bat summer league. → Read More

A’ja Wilson puts up historic stat line, gets shoutout from Dwyane Wade

Former South Carolina women’s basketball great and current WNBA star A’ja Wilson posted a career night for the Las Vegas Aces on Saturday, and her 39-point performance got the attention of legend Dwyane Wade. → Read More

When Gamecock national champ is set to start play at Wimbledon

The South Carolina Gamecocks men’s tennis program never had an individual national champion before this year. Now Paul Jubb will play in his native England in Wimbledon against a top-100 player in the world. → Read More

Young and cocky: The best and brightest of South Carolina athletics’ future

South Carolina Gamecocks athletics has lots of rising freshman and sophomore stars across football, baseball, basketball and other sports. Here are the ones who will shape USC’s future. → Read More

Gamecocks top pitcher lost a year to injury, now feels healthy, stronger than ever

South Carolina baseball lost Friday night starter Carmen Mlodzinski early in 2019 to a broken foot. After a medical redshirt, the right-hander is in the Cape Cod League, stronger and eager to come back. → Read More

Staley’s star USC freshmen feel ‘like we’ve all played together already’

South Carolina women’s basketball has had its first few summer practices with the new 2019-2020 roster. How some freshman Gamecocks developed chemistry early in the McDonald’s All-American Game. → Read More