Quick hits – state colleges

February 16, 2014 


Women’s golf

USC wins FSU tourney

At Tallahassee, Fla., South Carolina shot a 3-under 285 on Sunday at the SouthWood Golf Club to claim first place at the Florida State Match-Up. The Gamecocks finished with at 7-over 871, two shots ahead of Clemson. Five USC golfers finished in the top 20, with Sarah Schmelzel leading the way at 4-under 214.

Team standings: 1. South Carolina 293-293-285–871 (+7); 2. Clemson 297-292-284–873 (+9); 3. Florida State 294-298-289–881 (+17); 4. Virginia 298-296-294–888 (+24); 5. Texas A&M 293-307-293–893 (+29); 6. Mississippi State 305-298-292–895 (+31); T7. Mercer 298-303-299–900 (+36); T7. Furman 302-302-296–900 (+36); 9. Kansas 309-311-301–921 (+57); 10. Kansas State 315-304-304–923 (593); 11. Florida Gulf Coast 310-310-307=927 (+63)

USC results: Sarah Schmelzel 70-72-70–212 (-4); Katelyn Dambaugh 74-78-67–219 (+3); Samantha Swinehart 77-72-73–222 (+6); Justine Dreher 76-72-76–224 (+8); Suzie Lee 73-77-75–229 (+9); Jia Xin Yang 72-78-72–222 (+6).


Clemson women top USC

At Carolina Tennis Center, No. 12 Clemson won the first set in all six singles matches and rolled to a 5-2 victory against No. 32 South Carolina. ...

At Clemson, the No. 23 Clemson men improved to 10-1 with a 6-1 win against No. 24 Auburn.


USC whips FAU

At Boca Raton, Fla., turning a school-record four double plays, South Carolina (6-2) captured an 8-1 win against Florida Atlantic in the FAU Strike Out Cancer Tournament.

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