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AUBURN, Ala. - Junior forward Savannah McCaskill tallied her fifth game-winner of the season on Sunday, netting a goal in the 29th minute to give No. 14 South Carolina womens soccer a 1-0 road victory over Auburn. The result kept the Gamecocks unbeaten (8-0-1, 2-0-0 SEC) on the year and pushed their winning streak to eight matches, while the Tigers dropped to 5-4-0 overall and 1-1-0 in league play following the loss.McCaskills goal was all the Gamecocks needed in a physical battle at Auburn Soccer Complex. Both teams committed double-digit fouls, and Auburn and South Carolina each came up with three saves. The Tigers ended the contest with a 10-7 shot advantage, but they were unable to break through against a South Carolina backline that allowed just three shots on goal.The lone goal of the game was set up by a beautiful ball into the box by senior defender Evelyn Robinson. Her pass from the top of the attacking third hit McCaskill in stride, and the junior rifled home a header past Auburn goalkeeper Sarah Le Beau. With the score, the Chapin, S.C., native pushed her SEC-leading goal total to nine, while Robinson recorded her first career point for South Carolina.McCaskill was active in the attacking third throughout the first half, starting in the 18th minute when she received a pass from senior midfielder Chelsea Drennan and fired a shot the missed wide right. In the 24th minute, Drennan again found McCaskill, who raced to the right side of the box before laying off a pass that couldnt connect with a Carolina attacker. The Gamecocks held a 4-3 shot advantage in the first half and attempted three corner kicks throughout the opening 45 minutes.The Tigers tested the Carolina defense out of the break, sending in multiple dangerous balls into the box. Auburns cross from the right side in the 60th minute was cleared away by senior center back Paige Bendell, who used her foot to knock the ball out of bounds. The Tigers attempted three-straight corner kicks over the next minute, with each attempt unable to produce a quality chance.Minutes later, the Tigers sent another ball into the box that resulted in a clean header for Casie Ramsier. The Auburn midfielder didnt get much on her attempt, which was easily saved by South Carolina freshman goalkeeper Mikayla Krzeczowski.South Carolina saw a scoring chance in the 68th minute when sophomore forward Simone Wark slipped a pass to McCaskill down the right sideline. McCaskill used her speed to chase the ball down and flick a cross into the box that couldnt connect with fellow forward Elexa Bahr. In the 73rd minute, Bendell had a clean header in the box that was gathered by Le Beau.Krzeczowski moved to 5-0-1 in 2016 following the win. Auburn held a 7-6 advantage in corner kicks, and the Gamecocks improved to 11-6-4 all-time against the Tigers with Sundays win.QuotableIt was a battle that we expected. Auburn is a great team, and we knew we had a tough task ahead of us. Im very proud of the girls, and I thought we had a great first half. Its always difficult to get a win on the road, but everyone did their part. - South Carolina womens soccer coach Shelley SmithGamechangerSenior defender Evelyn Robinson and junior forward Savannah McCaskill hooked up for the only goal of the match in the 29th minute. McCaskills 22 points this season lead all SEC players.Key StatThe Tigers put just three of their 10 shot attempts on frame on Sunday. South Carolina has limited eight of its nine opponents this year to three or fewer attempts on target.NotableWith the victory, the Gamecocks moved to 12-0 in September matches since 2015.South Carolina has yet to allow a goal in the last 372 minutes of game action dating back to the Clemson match (Sept. 3).Sunday marked the first time the Gamecocks were outshot this season.Junior forward Savannah McCaskill has now registered at least one point in six of South Carolinas nine matches in 2016.Senior Evelyn Robinson became the third Gamecock defender to record an assist this season. Defenders have combined for eight assists on the year.Up NextThe Gamecocks resume SEC play on Thu., Sept. 22, when they play host to LSU at Stone Stadium. Kickoff between South Carolina and the Tigers is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET, and the match will air on SEC Network+, available through WatchESPN. http://www.redskinsrookiestore.com/Redskins-Fabian-Moreau-Jersey/ . Hey!" The lower tier of the School End of Queens Park Rangers Loftus Road was packed solid with a very festive-sounding Chelsea choral section in this particular part of South Africa Road London, W12. http://www.redskinsrookiestore.com/Redskins-Morgan-Moses-Jersey/ . -- The Missouri Tigers might not have a roster full of superstars. http://www.redskinsrookiestore.com/Redskins-Trent-Williams-Jersey/ . The injury bothered Bledsoe in the Suns victory over the Clippers on Monday and he sat out the teams home loss to Memphis on Thursday night. http://www.redskinsrookiestore.com/Redskins-Rob-Kelley-Jersey/ . "It was nerve-wracking, but we pulled through," said Collaros, who threw four touchdown passes to lead the Toronto Argonauts (8-4) to a 33-27 win over the Calgary Stampeders (9-3) in front of 28,781 fans at McMahon Stadium. http://www.redskinsrookiestore.com/Redskins-Sammy-Baugh-Jersey/ . Oyama had six birdies and two bogeys at Kintetsu Kashikojima in the event also sanctioned by the Japan LPGA Tour. "I have been having this neck ache thats been affecting my golf recently," Oyama said.CLEVELAND -- Pedro Hernandez will have been with the Minnesota Twins just long enough to earn a victory. Making an emergency start after scheduled starter Mike Pelfrey was scratched because of a strained back, Hernandez allowed two runs in five innings, and the Twins avoided a three-game sweep with a 5-3 win over the Cleveland Indians on Sunday. "This is crazy for me," he said. "I slept three hours. But, you know, thats part of my job. I love my job." Hernandez learned he was needed to make a spot start after Triple-A Rochesters game at Louisville, Ky., Saturday night after Pelfrey hurt his back while running in the outfield during batting practice. With his wife, Jackie, behind the wheel and their infant daughter in the car, Hernandez headed north, arriving at the Twins hotel at 4 a.m. Hernandez (3-1) then pitched around six walks and got the win despite throwing 45 of his 85 pitches for balls. The left-hander walked the first three hitters in the second but allowed only one run before giving up another in the third. Hernandez retired eight of the last nine hitters he faced. "The first three innings he was dodging bullets all day long," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. "He wasnt attacking the strike zone. The last two innings were pretty decent. The fifth was his best inning." And his last. After the game he learned he was being sent back to the minors. Thant meant he and his family would have to drive to Indianapolis, where the Red Wings play next. Oswaldo Arcia and Josh Willingham each drove in a pair of runs while Trevor Plouffes RBI single in the fifth put Minnesota ahead for good. Three Minnesota relievers allowed one run over the final four innings. Glen Perkins pitched the ninth for his 19th save. The Twins situation was even more dire since P.J. Walters lasted only two-thirds of an inning and walked five in Saturdays loss. "It was a good win for us," Gardenhire said. "We knew after all the things that had taken place we were going to have to have somebody. Thats what we were hoping for. We were hoping we could get through five innings. He gave us the lead, held the lead and we went from there." Hernandez, who appeared in eight games with the Twins earlier this season, was also pitching on short rest after throwing five relief innings for Rochester on Wednesday. "The first and second innings, I (felt) a little tired," he said. "After thhe third inning, I said, Come on.dddddddddddd Lets go. This is my opportunity. I want to do my best right now." Indians manager Terry Francona knew his team missed too many chances. "We gave ourselves plenty of opportunities," he said. "We just never really cashed in. We kept getting runners on base, we just didnt do anything with it." Carlos Carrasco (0-3) allowed three runs in 4 2-3 innings. The right-hander, who missed all of last season because of elbow surgery, hasnt won since June 29, 2011, when he defeated Arizona. Cleveland scored in the second on Yan Gomes sacrifice fly. Jason Kipnis added an RBI double in the third while Drew Stubbs hit a solo homer in the seventh. Michael Bourn opened the ninth with an infield hit but Mike Aviles bounced into a double play. Kipnis doubled for his third hit of the game before Nick Swisher grounded out. Minnesota scored in the first on Willinghams RBI single. Trailing 2-1, the Twins took the lead in the fifth thanks to their clutch hitting. Clete Thomas single and a walk to Joe Mauer started the inning. Carrasco retired the next two hitters but Arcia singled up the middle on a 3-2 pitch to tie the game. Plouffe bounced a single through the left side that put the Twins ahead and ended Carrascos day. Willingham, who has been playing through a sore left knee, added an RBI single in the seventh. Arcia doubled in a run in the ninth. Swisher returned to the lineup after missing six games with a sore left shoulder. He was hitless in five at-bats and is in a 6-for-60 slump. Doumit left the game in the ninth inning after tweaking his ankle scoring in the ninth. NOTES: Twins 1B Justin Morneau was given the day off. ... OF Wilkin Ramirez (concussion) experienced dizziness while diving for a fly ball Saturday while on a rehab assignment at Class A Fort Myers. The team said he will be reevaluated. ... Kipnis has reached base safely in 25 straight games. ... The Twins are off Monday and open a two-game series Tuesday in Miami. ... RHPs Brett Myers (shoulder) and Blake Wood (elbow) will each pitch an inning on a rehab assignment for Class A Mahoning Valley on Monday. Myers, who is on the 60-day DL, was signed in the off-season to be in the rotation but Francona said hell pitch in the bullpen when he returns. ... The Indians, who are 14-21 away from home, open a 10-game road trip Monday in Baltimore. RHP Ubaldo Jimenez (5-4) faces RHP Zach Britton (1-1). Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Black Jerseys Wholesale NFL Gear Cheap Stitched Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys 2018 Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys White NFL Jerseys Cheap ' ' '