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Oct. 29, 2015

COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina begins the Garnet & Black World Series on Friday with first pitch set for 4 p.m. at Founders Park. It will continue on Saturday at 11 a.m. as well as Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Admission is free.

No. 7 DC Arendas (INF)
No. 33 Chris Cullen (C)
No. 32 Canaan Cropper (RHP)
No. 24 Alex Destino (LHP/1B)
No. 23 Vince Fiori (LHP)
No. 15 Adam Hill (RHP)
No. 49 Cody Morris (RHP)
No. 9 Brandon Murray (RHP)
No. 50 Hank Nichols (LHP)
No. 31 Weber Pike (OF)
No. 10 Clark Scolamiero (OF)
No. 39 Reed Scott (RHP)
No. 34 Collin Steagall (1B)
No. 38 Hunter Taylor (C)
No. 42 Dom Thompson-Williams (OF)
No. 11 LT Tolbert (INF)
No. 26 Matt Vogel (RHP)
No. 30 Braden Webb (RHP)
No. 17 Taylor Widener (RHP)
No. 3 Jared Williams (OF)
No. 48 Matt Williams (INF)

No. 35 Kyle Anderson (LHP)
No. 4 Danny Blair (OF)
No. 40 Colie Bowers (RHP)
No. 20 Jonah Bride (INF)
No. 19 Gene Cone (OF)
No. 37 Wil Crowe (RHP)
No. 43 Everett Eynon (INF)
No. 25 Ross Grosvenor (1B)
No. 18 Tyler Haswell (RHP)
No. 27 Hayden Heflin (RHP)
No. 46 Dillon Hodge (LHP)
No. 5 TJ Hopkins (OF)
No. 21 Tyler Johnson (RHP)
No. 22 John Jones (C)
No. 8 Marcus Mooney (INF)
No. 28 John Parke (LHP)
No. 13 Colton Provey (RHP)
No. 47 Josh Reagan (LHP)
No. 6 Clarke Schmidt (RHP)
No. 16 Harrison Smith (RHP)
No. 14 Madison Stokes (INF)
No. 45 Caleb Whitenton (1B)

South Carolina won the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship in 2010 and 2011 at the College World Series. South Carolina has made 11 College World Series appearances including six times in the last 14 years. In those 11 appearances, the Gamecocks have went 32-20 for a .615 winning percentage, that is sixth-best among winning percentage leaders in CWS history. South Carolina is one of three schools in the nation to have reached at least 11 NCAA Super Regionals since 2000 and has the most NCAA Super Regional appearances of the 14 SEC schools since 2000. In additions the Gamecocks own the second-highest win total in Division I baseball since 2000 (745-314 record) and more conference wins than any SEC team since 2000 (288-189 record). Recently, South Carolina is one of only five schools in the nation to host a NCAA Regional in five of the last six years.