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The 2011 South Carolina Gamecocks baseball team represented the University of South Carolina in the 2011 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Gamecocks played their home games in Carolina Stadium. The team was coached by Ray Tanner, who was in his fifteenth season at Carolina. The Gamecocks won the 2011 College World Series to become the sixth school in the history of the College World Series to win consecutive national tites (1949-1950 Texas Longhorns; 1970-1974 Southern California Trojans; 1987-1988 Stanford Cardinal; 1996-1997 LSU Tigers; & the 2006-2007 Oregon State Beavers).
During their postseason run, the Gamecocks also became the first team to go 10-0 through the postseason. Building on the success of the prior year's team, the Gamecocks set two NCAA records with consecutive post-season wins (16) and consecutive CWS wins (11); both streaks are active going into the 2012 season.
2011 South Carolina Gamecocks Baseball SEC Championship Ring/Pendant
- Product Code: CRCNCAAB 2016
- Availability: In Stock
Tags: 2011, South Carolina, Gamecocks, Baseball, NCAA, SEC, Championship Ring