South Alabama's offense pounds out 14 hits and 9 runs in the opening game of the 2013 Starkville Regional Friday afternoon. 2-seed Jaguars will play the winner of MSU/UCA later tonight. Video provided by Mississippi State University/NCAA
The Mississippi State University baseball program rotates out Florida, South Carolina and Kentucky for Missouri, Tennessee and Georgia in 2014.
The No. 4 seed University of Central Arkansas got people talking about their program after taking two of out of three in Starkville in March. They're first NCAA regional game will be a return trip to Dudy Noble Field. Video provided by Mississippi State University/NCAA
The No. 3 seed Mercer University relies on the home run and received the program's first ever at-large berth in the NCAA tournament. Today they hope to get the program's first NCAA win. Video provided by Mississippi State University/NCAA
The No. 2 seed University of South Alabama will be led by a head coach, Mark Calvi, that has been around success in the postseason. Video provided by Mississippi State University/NCAA
Mississippi State senior RHP Kendall Graveman will get the start vs. Central Arkansas in the first game at 7 p.m., Friday at Dudy Noble Field.
Central Arkansas names senior RHP Caleb McClanahan as its starting pitcher for Friday's NCAA Regional opener vs. Mississippi State at Dudy Noble Field.
Mississippi State coach John Cohen not happy after Bulldogs junior shortstop Adam Frazier is denied selection on All-Southeastern Conference first and second team selections for the second straight season.
Mississippi State junior CF C.T. Bradford, who sat out the final three games of the 2013 Southeastern Conference with a lower body injury, is likely to play this weekend in NCAA Starkville Regional.
Mississippi State are 5-3 against the other three 2013 Starkville Regional teams in last two years
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