South Carolina and 15 other teams have advanced to the second weekend of the NCAA women's basketball tournament. Here are our predictions for how the rest of March Madness will play out and where the Gamecocks will finish.
South Carolina women's basketball met No. 10 seed Virginia on Sunday, Mar. 18, 2018, in the second round of the NCAA tournament, defeating the Cavaliers 66-56 to advance to the Sweet 16 for the fifth straight year.
South Carolina's women's basketball team wasn't out on the court at Colonial Life Arena for national anthem the March 18, 2018 NCAA Tournament game against Virginia. USC's Dawn Staley explained what happened.
South Carolina women's basketball has made it to Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for five years running, and Dawn Staley says her early experience with the Gamecocks not making the tournament at all helps her appreciate the run.
South Carolina women's basketball All-American A'ja Wilson has played her final game at Colonial Life Arena, and she reflected on the moment, her career with the Gamecocks and her relationship with her family after it.
Second-seeded South Carolina women’s basketball opened its 2018 NCAA tournament on Friday, playing No. 15 North Carolina A&T to a 63-52 win, advancing to a Sunday matchup with Virginia, Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley’s alma mater.
South Carolina Gamecocks women's basketball got a notable guest in Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera and a surprise supporter in Charlotte Hornets star Dwight Howard, who got a Dawn Staley shoutout.
South Carolina women's basketball struggled on Friday, but the Gamecocks made it to the second round of the NCAA tournament, which will be A'ja Wilson's last game at Colonial Life Arena, against Dawn Staley's alma mater, Virginia.