No. 1 South Carolina wins SEC opener against Texas A&M
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - The Gamecocks led at the beginning of the game with a 19-4 score.
Sania Feagin made a bucket at the buzzer and brought the score to 24-6 with the Gamecocks still in lead during the first quarter.
The half-time score was USC 43, and Texas A&M 18. Gamecocks’ Brea Beal opened up the second half of the game with a three-pointer which took the team from 43 to 46 points.
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At 45 seconds left in the game, Chloe Kitts made her first SEC layup assisted by Talaysia Cooper.
The final score of the game was 76-34. The Gamecocks won their first SEC game of the season.
The Gamecocks won the SEC opener for the first time since 2020 and continued their winning streak to 19 games which is the longest active streak in college basketball.
Georgia Bulldogs on Monday, January 2, at 7 p.m.
The Gamecocks are kicking off their SEC schedule after completing their non-conference season undefeated. Three of those wins were against other ranked teams.
Tonight, South Carolina takes on Texas A&M at 7 p.m. in the Colonial Life Arena.
So far South Carolina has won nine out of ten past games against the aggies.
The team has held its top spot on the AP Poll for 27 consecutive weeks now.
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