South Carolina Gamecocks women's soccer

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South Carolina Gamecocks
South Carolina Gamecocks logo.svg
Founded 1995
University University of South Carolina
Head coach Shelley Smith (14th season)
Conference SEC
Location Columbia, SC
Stadium Stone Stadium
(Capacity: 5,700)
Nickname Gamecocks
Colors Garnet and Black[1]
         
Home
Away
NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals
2014, 2016, 2017
NCAA Tournament Round of 16
2009, 2014, 2016, 2017
NCAA Tournament Round of 32
2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017
NCAA Tournament appearances
1998, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Conference Tournament championships
2009
Conference Regular Season championships
2011, 2016, 2017

The South Carolina Gamecocks women's soccer team represents the University of South Carolina and competes in the Southeastern Conference. The team was formed in 1995 and plays its home games at Stone Stadium. Shelley Smith is the current head coach of the women's soccer team, with her husband Jamie as the associate.[2][3]

Head coaches[edit]

Statistics correct as of the end of the 2016 NCAA Division I women's soccer season
List of South Carolina Gamecocks head women's soccer coaches
Name Years Seasons Won Lost Tie Pct.
Sue Kelly 1995–2000 6 55 57 5 .491
Shelley Smith 2001–present 16 202 106 43 .637
All-Time 22 257 163 48 .600

Year-by-Year Results[edit]

Statistics correct as of the end of the 2016 NCAA Division I women's soccer season
List of South Carolina Gamecocks women's soccer seasons
Season Head coach Regular season Postseason
Overall Conference Conference NCAA
Conference Division Finish Results
1995 Sue Kelly 8–10–2 SEC Eastern 5th 0–7–1
1996 Sue Kelly 10–7–2 SEC Eastern 6th 2–5–1
1997 Sue Kelly 8–11–0 SEC Eastern T–5th 2–6–0
1998 Sue Kelly 11–7–1 SEC Eastern T–5th 4–4–0 First Round
1999 Sue Kelly 14–6–0 SEC Eastern T–3rd 6–3–0 Quarterfinals
2000 Sue Kelly 4–16–0 SEC Eastern 6th 1–8–0
2001 Shelley Smith 8–7–3 SEC Eastern 6th 2–6–1
2002 Shelley Smith 13–6–2 SEC Eastern 3rd 4–3–2 Quarterfinals
2003 Shelley Smith 10–8–3 SEC Eastern T–5th 3–4–2 Quarterfinals
2004 Shelley Smith 8–10–2 SEC Eastern 6th 2–7–2
2005 Shelley Smith 6–12–0 SEC Eastern 6th 2–9–0
2006 Shelley Smith 11–6–5 SEC Eastern 5th 5–2–4 Semifinals
2007 Shelley Smith 14–6–3 SEC Eastern 4th 5–4–2 Semifinals First Round
2008 Shelley Smith 11–7–4 SEC Eastern 3rd 5–4–2 Quarterfinals First Round
2009 Shelley Smith 19–4–2 SEC Eastern 2nd 7–3–1 Champions Third Round
2010 Shelley Smith 17–6–2 SEC Eastern 2nd 8–2–1 Finals Second Round
2011 Shelley Smith 16–7–0 SEC Eastern 1st 9–2–0 Quarterfinals Second Round
2012 Shelley Smith 7–10–4 SEC Eastern 5th 3–7–3 Second Round
2013 Shelley Smith 17–4–2 SEC 3rd 8-2-1 Semifinals Second Round
2014 Shelley Smith 14–6–5 SEC 5th 5-3-3 Semifinals Quarterfinals
2015 Shelley Smith 12–5–3 SEC 5th 6-3-2 Quarterfinals First Round
2016 Shelley Smith 21–2–1 SEC 1st 11-0-0 Semifinals Quarterfinals

Attendance[edit]

Over the past few seasons, the South Carolina Gamecocks have become one of the national leaders in attendance for Women's Soccer. Since 2014 the program ranks in the top three nationally in total and average attendance.

Year Games Overall W–L Overall Win Pct NCAA W–L NCAA Win Pct Total Attendance (SEC/Nat Rank) Avg Attendance (SEC/Nat Rank)
2013 11 11–0 1.000 1–0 1.000 14,997 (4th/12th) 1,363 (4th/10th)
2014 12 8-3-1 .708 1–0 1.000 32,197 (2nd/2nd) 2,683 (2nd/3rd)
2015 11 9–2-0 .818 0–1 0.000 29,206 (2nd/3rd) 2,655 (2nd/3rd)
2016 14 13–1-0 .929 3–1 .750 38,209 (1st/1st) 2,729 (2nd/3rd)
2017 8 7-0–1 .938 0–0 0.000 22,121 (2nd/3rd) 2,765 (2nd/3rd)
Totals 56 48-6–2 .875 5–2 .714 136,730 2,441

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Colors | Communications and Public Affairs | University of South Carolina". Retrieved February 28, 2017. 
  2. ^ "University of South Carolina Official Athletic Site". Gamecocksonline.com. Retrieved 2015-04-26. 
  3. ^ "Stone Stadium Review". stadiumjourney.com. Retrieved 2015-04-26. 

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