South Carolina 2011 Baseball Schedule

December 2, 2010

South Carolina has released its 2011 college baseball schedule. The reigning national champions will begin the defense of their championship with 21 straight games in the Palmetto State, including 18 of those first 21 games on their home field at Carolina Stadium.

The season opens February 18-21 when the Gamecocks host a three-game series against Santa Clara. A three-game series against Southern Illinois comes the following weekend.

CLICK HERE to see the complete 2011 South Carolina baseball schedule.

After a March 1 home game against Furman, USC plays three games in three days against intrastate rival Clemson in three different cities. South Carolina hosts game one in Columbia, SC on March 4. The action shifts to Greenville, SC and Fluor Field for game two the next day and Clemson hosts the finale on March 6. The Gamecocks beat the Tigers twice at the 2010 College World Series to advance to the CWS finals and end Clemson’s season.

South Carolina opens SEC play March 18-20 when it hosts Georgia. Other conference home series are against Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Auburn, and Arkansas.

The Gamecocks make their first trip outside their home state March 25-27 when they play their first SEC road series at Florida. Like South Carolina, the Gators advanced to Omaha in 2010. Other conference road series are at Tennessee, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, and Alabama.

The SEC Baseball Tournament is May 25-29 in Hoover, AL.

The place to find authentic South Carolina baseball caps is The Dugout has 16 different Gamecock caps to choose from. You can also still find plenty of officially licensed 2010 College World Series memorabilia and apparel to commemorate South Carolina’s 2010 national championship in the last CWS ever played at historic Rosenblatt Stadium.

Just click on any of the red links to find the best selection, including South Carolina Under Armour national championship shirts, at!

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