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Jan. 14, 2016

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The 2016 television schedule for South Carolina baseball has been finalized as the Southeastern Conference announced its TV schedule Thursday morning. South Carolina will be featured on ESPNU and the SEC Network nine times. In addition, all home games not televised will be digitally produced exclusive SEC Network + events, available on and WatchESPN through participating providers.

All 56 regular season games will also be available on the Gamecock Radio Network. Flagship station, 107.5 FM, “The Game,” is the home of the Gamecocks. In the event of a conflict with men’s and women’s basketball in Columbia, the baseball games can be heard on sister station, WISW, 1320 AM.

All games can also be heard on the All Access channel on GamecocksOnline. For local affiliates, please check your local listings for the latest schedule. Additional affiliates include: Aiken/Edgefield (WKSX,92.7 FM); Allendale (WDOG, 93.5 FM); Camden (WCAM, 1590 AM); Charleston (WWIK, 98.9 FM); (Charleston (WTMZ, 910 AM); Chesterfield (WVSZ, 107.3 FM); Florence (WHYM, 1260 AM); Florence (WOLH, 1230 AM); Florence (WOLH, 98.9 FM); Greenville (WGVL, 1440 AM); Kingstree (WDKD, 1310 AM); Myrtle Beach (WHSC, 1050 AM); RockHill/Lancaster (WRHM, 107.1 FM); Sumter (WDXY, 1240 AM).

Saturday, March 26 – at Ole Miss – SEC Network (3 p.m.)
Thursday, March 31 – at Vanderbilt – ESPNU (8 p.m.)
Saturday, April 2 – at Vanderbilt – SEC Network (3 p.m.)
Tuesday, April 5 – Coastal Carolina – SEC Network (7 p.m.)
Tuesday, April 12 – vs. North Carolina – SEC Network (7 p.m.)
Wednesday, May 4 – USC Upstate – SEC Network (7 p.m.)
Sunday, May 8 – at Kentucky – ESPNU (3 p.m.)
Saturday, May 14 – Texas A&M – SEC Network (7:30 p.m.)
Sunday, May 15 – Texas A&M – SEC Network (4 p.m.)

A four-hour Bases Loaded special will air on opening night of conference play on Friday, Mar. 18. The show features a live compilation of seven games – all 14 teams including South Carolina’s home conference opener vs. Arkansas.