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Bulldogs tied for fourth place at Old Waverly Collegiate Championship

Posted 4/7/2014 in College Sports

WEST POINT -- Chad Ramey's two rounds seemed to symbolize the entire Mississippi State men's golf team in the first day of their own tournament.



Day likely will miss rest of Bulldogs' spring practice

Posted 4/7/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State center Dillon Day likely will miss the rest of the football team's spring practice. Day injured his left arm late in Thursday's practice and didn't participate in the team's scrimmage Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium. Day watched the scrimmage from the sidelines with his arm wrapped and in a sling.



LSU sweeps No. 9 MSU

Posted 4/7/2014 in College Sports

BATON ROUGE, La. -- The No. 9 Mississippi State baseball team couldn't match a monster offensive afternoon by LSU on Sunday afternoon, falling 17-4 at Alex Box Stadium.



MSU softball grabs critical doubleheader split with No. 16 Missouri

Posted 4/5/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE --Mississippi State needed less than a day to stew over their effort with the bat.



Lee throws three-hitter as Columbus shuts out Starkville

Posted 4/5/2014 in College Sports

Columbus High School senior Michael Sturdivant admits the Falcons were in need of a second boost of confidence.



Growth of Prescott as passer main purpose of scrimmage

Posted 4/5/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The continuing development of Dak Prescott as a passing quarterback evolved Saturday with the second inter-squad scrimmage.



MSU's Schaefer sees strides from second team

Posted 4/5/2014 in College Sports

Vic Schaefer believed progress was possible in his second season as Mississippi State women's basketball coach.



Brown 'brothers' hoping for big seasons at LB

Posted 4/4/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- They're called the Brown brothers. Yes, it was their idea. Although they're not related, Richie Brown and Beniquez Brown are looking to create the havoc Mississippi State defensive coordinator Geoff Collins demands. In an effort to maintain unity in the linebackers' meeting room, both players have encouraged Collins to call them brothers. There are lots of reasons for the decision, but the primary one is they wanted to remain connected.



MSU, LSU shuffle pitching rotations for series

Posted 4/4/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The No. 9 Mississippi State baseball team and LSU could feature a matchup of aces tonight. After a week that included news about injuries and talk about how weather could play a role this weekend, MSU coach John Cohen and LSU coach Paul Mainieri shuffled their pitching rotations to set up a potential matchup of one of the Southeastern Conference's most consistent left-handers (MSU's Ross Mitchell) against the league's best right-handed power arm (LSU's Aaron Nola) at 6:30 tonight at Alex Box Stadium in Baton Rouge, La.



Winkfield emerges at shortstop for MSU softball

Posted 4/4/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Sophomore shortstop Kayla Winkfield is known to her Mississippi State softball coaches and teammates as "Wink." The name "Blink" would be just as appropriate.



MSU's McDonald will represent U.S. at Curtis Cup

Posted 4/3/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Ally McDonald is about to become a worldwide name in her sport. The Mississippi State junior golfer might be the first MSU student-athlete to wear red, white, and blue and not be given a hard time. Last month, she was selected to represent the United States in the 2014 Curtis Cup Match on June 6-8.



ICC softball team gets lift from Caledonia players

Posted 4/3/2014 in College Sports

Ashley Langford and Cara Hopper already knew what it was like to play for a tradition-rich softball program. As standout performers for veteran coach Robin Elmore at Caledonia High School, Langford and Hopper routinely helped the Lady Confederates win region championships and make deep postseason runs.



MSU's Griffin wants to seize opportunity

Posted 4/2/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Nick Griffin immediately looks at his right knee when he is asked about the most trying times in his life. Griffin's knee has multiple scars after two reconstructive surgeries to repair the anterior cruciate ligament. Those surgeries have forced Griffin to take a different outlook on his football career.



Keller, Alabama sweep Ole Miss

Posted 3/31/2014 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Jon Keller threw a complete-game seven-hitter Sunday to lead the Alabama baseball team to a 3-1 victory against No. 13 Ole Miss at Sewell-Thomas Stadium.



Williams' buzzer-beater lifts USF past MSU

Posted 3/31/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- One turn. It sounds simple. If Kendra Grant had it to do over again, she would have tried to get in front of Courtney Williams in an effort to steer her clear of the right wing.



Lindgren helps No. 16 MSU take series from Arkansas

Posted 3/31/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The No. 16 Mississippi State baseball team relied on its pitching depth Sunday for a third-straight Southeastern Conference series victory. After a doubleheader Saturday in which it used three pitchers, MSU turned to its new secret weapon out of the bullpen: Jacob Lindgren.



Mullen uses spring practices to experiment

Posted 3/29/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen and his coaches are using the spring season to do a lot of experimenting with drills, formations, personnel, and style of coaching.



Armstrong helps MSU earn split with Arkansas

Posted 3/29/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Derrick Armstrong has eased the concerns of Mississippi State baseball fans who were worried about C.T. Bradford's injury. The senior outfielder went 6-for-8 Saturday and had a key two-out hit in Game 2 that sparked No. 16 MSU to a 5-1 victory against Arkansas at Dudy Noble Field. Arkansas' Jalen Beeks scattered nine hits in eight innings to lead the Razorbacks to a 4-0 victory in Game 1.



Growth continues to push MSU forward

Posted 3/29/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Jerica James is happy to be ahead of the curve. In her first two seasons as a member of the Mississippi State women's basketball team, James was already looking ahead to the next season on March 30.



Fernandez has helped make USF postseason regular

Posted 3/29/2014 in College Sports

Jose Fernandez knows how difficult it is to change the culture and the mind-set in and surrounding a basketball program. In the 10 seasons before Fernandez became head coach of the South Florida women's basketball team, the Bulls had only two winning seasons. Fernandez began the reconstruction in October 2000, when he was named interim head coach. Two months later, Fernandez was named head coach of a team that went on to finish 4-24 and 1-15 in Conference USA.



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