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Nov. 1, 2015

COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina sophomore midfielder Savannah McCaskill earned first-team All-SEC honors with senior forward Raina Johnson picking up second-team All-SEC accolades, as announced by the league office on Sunday afternoon.

McCaskill is the team’s leading scorer and ranks among the top players in several offensive categories in the league with 10 goals and seven assists for 27 points on the year. McCaskill ranks fourth in the SEC in assists, fifth in points and tied for seventh in goals overall. This is McCaskill’s second consecutive All-SEC honor as she earned second-team honors her freshman season as well as SEC Freshman of the Year.

Johnson ranks second on the team in points with 18 on the year as she has tallied six points and six assists to her ledger including a pair of game-winning goals. Johnson has saved some of her best play for the SEC as well as she put together 14 of her 18 points in league play, fourth-best among conference players. This is Johnson’s first All-SEC honor as a member of the Gamecocks.

South Carolina is back in action on Wednesday at the SEC Tournament. The Gamecocks are seeded No. 5 in the tournament and will face No. 4 seed Auburn at 8:30 p.m. ET in quarterfinal action.