South Carolina aims to start a two-game road swing in Washington, D.C., with a win on Wednesday against George Washington.
The Gamecocks (3-3) snapped a three-game losing streak in their last outing, topping in-state foe USC Upstate at home on Friday, 68-53. South Carolina was led by freshman forward GG Jackson II's 22 points, six rebounds and two blocks, while Hayden Brown added 15 points.
"It opens up our offense when we can get multiple guys that are a real threat out there," first-year South Carolina head coach Lamont Paris said. "When (Jackson) is doing stuff around the basket, it puts a lot of pressure on the defense when he gets going full-bore and he's effective as a finisher."