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Dec. 4, 2007

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COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina head men’s tennis coach Kent DeMars announced his 2008 spring schedule today. The schedule includes 22 dual matches, including 12 home events. The challenging lineup features 13 teams that participated in the 2007 NCAA Tournament, including defending National Champion and Southeastern Conference foe, Georgia.

The Gamecocks begin their spring season at the SEC Indoor Championship in New Orleans, La., Jan. 18-20, before opening a six-match homestand against regional competitors Wofford and Troy on Jan. 27. Carolina opens the month of February hosting Charleston Southern and Appalachian State on Feb. 2 and Charlotte, a 2007 NCAA Tournament participant, and Davidson on Feb. 9. The Gamecocks will play their first dual match away from home at Wake Forest on Feb. 17 and will return to the Sam Daniels Tennis Facility to host Elon on Feb. 22.

Carolina begins a challenging road stretch at Georgia Tech, a 2007 NCAA tournament participant from the Atlantic Coast Conference, on Feb. 24, before its Southeastern Conference opener at Kentucky on Feb. 29. South Carolina travels to Vanderbilt on March 2 and returns home to host Georgia (March 7) and Tennessee (March 9) in SEC play the following weekend. The Gamecocks will take a short break from conference action when they travel to face UNLV, also an NCAA Tournament participant, in Las Vegas, Nev., on March 13. Carolina resumes SEC play at Mississippi State on March 21.

South Carolina concludes the month of March by hosting Mississippi on the 23rd before traveling to LSU (March 28) and Arkansas (March 30). USC kicks off the month of April with back-to-back home dual-matches against Alabama on April 4 and Auburn on April 6. The Gamecocks will travel to intrastate rival Clemson on April 9 before concluding regular-season action at Florida on April 12.

The SEC Championship will be hosted by Arkansas, April 17-20, prior to the NCAA Team Championship, which begins May 9.