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MSU softball comes close again, falls to No. 2 Alabama

Posted 3/31/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The message from the Mississippi State University softball locker room is the team is close. Unfortunately in the Southeastern Conference and against the No. 2 team in the country, close isn't good enough.



Bulldogs drop heart-breaker in softball

Posted 3/31/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Just that quickly and the losing streak is 24 in a row. The Mississippi State University softball team, led by former University of Alabama pitching coach Vann Stuedeman, nearly pulled off one of the most significant upsets in program history. The Bulldogs softball program couldn't hold a 4-2 lead with just nine outs remaining. Instead, the second-ranked Crimson Tide scored the final three runs of the game to take a dramatic 5-4 victory. Alabama plated the game-winning run on a four-pitch, bases-loaded walk by MSU relief pitcher Misty Flesher.



MSU AD asks for patience in men's basketball coach search

Posted 3/30/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State men's basketball coaching search process hit the two-week mark Thursday on a confusing note. MSU Director of Athletics Scott Stricklin released a statement Thursday that, according to sources connected to the search, was intended "to calm the troops" and instill confidence in a fanbase that wants to know why the process has dragged on so long.



Robinson finding home at right tackle

Posted 3/30/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Damien Robinson seems to have found a home at right tackle. After suffering through two seasons of being "in a phone booth" at offensive guard, the Mississippi State University sophomore offensive lineman has a chance this season to replace Addison Lawrence and to return to a tackle position he finds more comfortable.



Dunne's paths will coverge this weekend

Posted 3/30/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Every graduate school student has to complete an internship. Kelsi Dunne is taking a unique route to fulfilling her obligations.



Cooley fell in love with racing at early age

Posted 3/30/2012 in Local Sports

Promoters at the Columbus Speedway have refurbished the facility hoping to pump life into an aging masterpiece. Now, the drivers are ready to do their part in re-energizing "The Baddest Bullring in the South." After the season-opening James King Memorial two weeks ago, racing returns to the speedway Saturday for the first of several weekly races scheduled for 2012. Among the competitors in the late model racing series will be Fulton's Eric Cooley.



EMCC baseball forced to forfeit after brawl

Posted 3/30/2012 in College Sports

The East Mississippi Community College baseball team received the atypical Saturday off Thursday afternoon. The Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College ordered the Lions to forfeit Saturday's scheduled North Division doubleheader at Coahoma C.C.



Dupler wins fishing event in Iuka

Posted 3/30/2012 in Local Sports

Will Dupler knows how to fish in tournaments. Dupler, who lives in Columbus, has been fishing since his early years in Florida, and he knows the saying "nothing beats time on the water" holds true in the tournaments.



Drew says no to MSU; Moultrie declares for NBA draft

Posted 3/29/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- In less than a week, Bryce Drew went from beginning discussions with Mississippi State University about its opening for a men's basketball coach to taking his name out of consideration for that position. After talking with MSU officials Monday in Atlanta, Drew has decided to remain men's basketball coach at Valparaiso University.



Schaefer has first meeting with new team

Posted 3/29/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- One picture says a lot about Vic Schaefer. Perched on the top shelf of a corner organizer, the only picture in his new office at Mississippi State University captures Schaefer, his wife, Holly, and their 16-year-old twins, Blair Nicole and Charles Logan, standing on a ladder to the side of a nearly cut down net waving to fans after the Texas A&M women's basketball team won the 2011 national championship.



MSU softball looks ahead to weekend series vs. No. 2 Alabama

Posted 3/29/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Few secrets will be held in reserve this weekend when the Mississippi State University softball team will play host to the No. 2 University of Alabama in a Southeastern Conference three-game series.



Ilyushin putting on show for MSU tennis

Posted 3/29/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- In tennis, it may take a novice fan longer to identify a program's best overall player than it does its best drawing card. The Mississippi State University men's tennis team has the best of both worlds with Artem Ilyushin.



MSU moves to next phase of practice

Posted 3/28/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State defensive coordinator Chris Wilson always calls Tuesday's practice "the first days out of the pajamas and into some work clothes". Welcome to the first day of shoulder pads at MSU spring football practice. "It's sort of what I expected out there today with the pads on and people moving at a different speeds out here," Wilson said. "You get to see who really wants to play when you're getting bodies on bodies."



New Hope's Brown signs with Belhaven

Posted 3/28/2012 in High School Sports

You have to look good for your big day. After waiting this long, Lawrence Brown was going to make sure he had everything right. Still, as of Monday the New Hope High School senior didn't know what colors he was going to wear to celebrate the next step in his football career.



Prep softball: Sanders no-hitter lifts New Hope past Columbus

Posted 3/28/2012 in College Sports

New Hope sophomore pitcher D.J. Sanders was really proud that no opposing batters got hit Tuesday night. Actually, Columbus got no hits and did not get hit, either one. However, it was more of the latter than had Sanders happy in the postgame.



Prep baseball: West Point knocks off New Hope

Posted 3/28/2012 in High School Sports

WEST POINT -- After losing six straight, West Point High returned to the baseball win column in resounding fashion Tusesday night. Behind the complete-game effort of starting pitcher Tez Lane, the Green Wave knocked off New Hope, 3-2.



Bulldogs hold off Alcorn State

Posted 3/28/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The final scoreboard didn't seem to please Mississippi State University baseball coach John Cohen in the least.



Sidney, Smith no longer with MSU men

Posted 3/27/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Renardo Sidney's three-year stint with the Mississippi State University men's basketball program is over. The school confirmed the junior center has signed with an agent and will forego his final season of eligibility in an attempt to play professional basketball.



Murray State signs coach Prohm to extension

Posted 3/27/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Monday was a day to cross potential candidates off the list for Mississippi State University's next men's basketball coach. Steve Prohm, who Murray State University officials confirmed in multiple reports was approached by the search firm on Mississippi State's behalf, signed a contract extension that will pay him $300,000 per year to stay with the Racers through May 2016.



Wind can't push Lott from first

Posted 3/27/2012 in High School Sports

It takes a lot to get Cade Lott flustered. Whether it's football, basketball, or golf, Lott typically plays with a positive attitude and always has a smile ready to go. But Mother Nature put the Heritage Academy junior's attitude to the test Tuesday.



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