Rob DeBoer Winds Up
Columbia, S.C. - Former Gamecock two-sport great Rob DeBoer will throw out the first pitch for Friday's USC baseball season opener against Longwood. Game time is 3 p.m. at Sarge Frye Field. DeBoer was captain of the 1993 Gamecock football team and was the starting catcher for Carolina's baseball team from 1992-93. DeBoer is currently an account executive for Gamecock Sports Properties. His hometown is Omaha, Nebraska, the site of the College World Series ... an event the Gamecocks have advanced to for the past three seasons.
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