Gamecock Encore : The 2011 University of South Carolina Baseball Team's Run to Back-to-Back NCAA Championships

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2012-04-08
  • Publisher: History Pr

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The University of South Carolina Waited More than a Century for its First Major National Championship in any Sport.

Table of Contents

Forewordp. 7
Author's Notep. 9
Prologue. Taking Detoursp. 13
Remaining Drivenp. 19
Stoking Firesp. 24
Erasing Errorsp. 30
Proving Mettlep. 36
Earning Respectp. 42
Winning Anywayp. 48
Plugging Holesp. 53
Standing Tallp. 59
Storming Onp. 64
Gaining Perspectivep. 70
Mending Quicklyp. 76
Making Memoriesp. 83
Outlasting Virginiap. 88
Breaking Newsp. 94
Celebrating Againp. 101
Epilogue. Reigning Championsp. 109
Yearbookp. 115
2011 South Carolina Baseball Statsp. 133
Chad Holbrook's Twitter Countdownp. 141
Travis Haney's Twitter Timelinep. 143
About the Authorp. 160
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The Gamecocks baseball team's surprising, heart-pounding run to the 2010 College World Series title seemed to many as if it could not be paralleled, in its excitement or its overall meaning to the school and the state of South Carolina. In 2011, though, they topped what they had already done, returning home champions and parading in style to the State House steps. In 2010, they honored the life of 7-year-old Bayler Teal, a cancer victim who died during the College World Series. In 2011, they celebrated the life of Omaha native Charlie Peters, a 13-year-old cancer survivor who served as a batboy for the team. The Gamecocks celebrated with a traditional dogpile near the pitcher's mound, Peters jumped on top of the mass of players and coaches.

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