2022 Season

2022 Schedule
9-0, 1st in SEC
Laeticia Amihere dishes no-look pass to Destiny Littleton for the 3 (0:24)
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Staley vague on status of injured PG Henderson

South Carolina coach coach Dawn Staley isn't saying if injured point guard Destanni Henderson will play when the top-ranked Gamecocks face Kansas State on Friday night.

Boston says the Gamecocks let the game come to them (2:49)
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South Carolina holds at No. 1 amid top-10 chaos

South Carolina remained above the fray, staying put at No. 1 in the AP Top 25 poll, while eight other top-10 teams moved around, led by Maryland's fall from No. 2 to No. 8 after two straight losses.

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S.C. women unanimous AP No. 1; Terps No. 2

South Carolina was the unanimous choice as the No. 1 team in the AP women's basketball poll after beating UConn, while Maryland jumped one spot past the Huskies to No. 2.

South Carolina uses dominant second half to defeat UConn (0:49)
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S.C. women top UConn, solidify hold on No. 1

South Carolina defeated UConn 73-57 in the Battle 4 Atlantis championship game for its first victory in a No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup.

Staley 'super proud' of Gamecocks after defeating UConn (1:44)
South Carolina's back-to-back buckets seal win over UConn (0:28)
Destiny Littleton's 3-pointer gives South Carolina a lead (0:21)
Aliyah Boston muscles in and-1 for South Carolina (0:19)
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1-vs-2 matchup delays AP women's hoops poll

The release of The Associated Press women's Top 25 basketball poll will be delayed one day so voters can assess Monday's showdown between No. 1 South Carolina and No. 2 UConn -- only the second time since the poll began in 1976 that it has been delayed.

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Staley buoyed by 'influx' of Black women coaches

South Carolina women's basketball coach Dawn Staley says ahead of her Battle 4 Atlantis game against Buffalo coach Felisha Legette-Jack that she is hopeful the uptick of Black women coaching hires will continue.

South Carolina's Amihere sends the shot away (0:26)
Eniya Russell gets the huge block in transition for South Carolina (0:36)
Laeticia Amihere finishes the transition and-1 (0:18)