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Gamecocks fall to Mississippi State Saturday

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STARKVILLE, MS (WIS) - The12th ranked South Carolina Gamecocks wrapped up their regular season with a 7-2 loss to 16th ranked Mississippi State Saturday afternoon.

Mississippi State is now 40-16 and 16-14 in the SEC with South Carolina finishing the regular season 39-16 and 17-12 in league play.

South Carolina heads to Hoover, AL for the 2013 SEC Tournament. 

The Gamecocks have earned the No. 4 seed and a first round bye.  South Carolina will play in the final game of the day on Wednesday, May 22 against either the No. 5 seed Mississippi State or No. 12 seed Missouri. 

It is double elimination from Wednesday-Friday with Saturday and Sunday single elimination.

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