USC's men's soccer team will host the 11th annual Child and Parent Soccer Clinic on Saturday at Stone Stadium. The event benefits Children's Chance, an organization aiding children with cancer and their families. The clinic is open to ages 4-14 and will run from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Children will be grouped according to age and ability, while parents are encouraged to participate and observe. Players will be available for autographs at the end of the event, which costs $35 per child and $20 per additional sibling and includes lunch and a T-shirt.
Each child should bring a soccer ball, shin guards, water and practice attire. For more information, contact Samantha Higgins at (803) 254-5996.
USC edges Charlotte
South Carolina (3-2) beat Charlotte 4-3 as Pedro Campos, Ivan Cressoni, Harry Menzies and Chris Sheehan each won in singles and doubles play.
No. 2 Tigers beat USC
At Blythewood, No. 4 South Carolina lost to No. 2 Auburn 10-9. The teams were tied in the Hunter Seat competition 5-5, while Auburn won the Western competition 5-4.
TRACK AND FIELD
Zajac second to lead USC at Armory
At New York, Michael Zajac hit a new personal best and hit the nation's fifth-best mark in the weight throw to lead South Carolina at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational. Zajac took second at a career best 69-7¾.
- From Staff Reports