For one inning, Samford targeted second-ranked Mississippi State for an upset. The Diamond Dawgs took charge after that.
The basketball teams at Mississippi State University find themselves in a unique position today. It is a spot where every NCAA Division I school hopes to be when March Madness arrives. Two teams, both in the tournament.
Headlined by a season-high 19 hits and 26 runs, The W Owls baseball team (9-3) defeated Stillman College, 26-6, on Wednesday in a 7-inning mercy rule game.
Derrik Jamerson Jr. had 25 points and made two free throws with 17 seconds left in overtime as Norfolk State narrowly defeated Alabama 80-79 in the NIT first round on Wednesday night.
East Mississippi Community College outhit Itawamba during both games of Tuesday's MACJC baseball doubleheader, but the visitors came up short both times, falling by scores of 6-1 and 11-8 to the 13th-ranked Indians at ICC's Roy Cresap Field.
Baseball is a mental game. Mississippi State senior outfielder Jake Mangum said as much following Tuesday night's 15-4 throttling of Arkansas Little Rock at Dudy Noble Field.
Kermit Davis has earned a new contract after leading Mississippi on a surprising run to the NCAA Tournament. The school announced on Tuesday that it had agreed in principle to a new deal with Davis that would last four years, which is the longest allowed by state law. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
Ole Miss needed just seven hits to make it out of Tuesday night's game early with a 12-2 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff. The Golden Lions granted the Rebels 11 free passes to first base with five walks and six hit batters and allowed Ole Miss an easy night at the plate,.
Geno Auriemma was sitting in his office after practice Monday when UConn's video coordinator came in and said he had the entire NCAA Tournament women's bracket.
It happened. Again. Monday afternoon it was announced that the Mississippi State women's basketball team will head into the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed for the second straight year.
Vic Schaefer, the women's basketball coach at Mississippi State, was in a plane when the news happened. As he so eloquently put it Monday night, his phone "blew up."
The good times continue to roll for the Mississippi State baseball team Monday following a 3-1 record last week.
Three minutes into the NCAA Selection Show on Sunday, a roar erupted from a room inside Davis Wade Stadium. That's precisely how long it took. Three minutes.
For just the ninth time in 109 seasons, the Ole Miss men's basketball team is heading to the NCAA Tournament. The Rebels, gathering with a large group of fans at The Pavilion, heard their names called during the March Madness Selection Show on Sunday evening.
Mississippi State's win streak has ended at 14. In the second game of a doubleheader created by predicted bad weather Sunday, Florida topped the Bulldogs 4-2, halting their winning streak. State had won the first game of Saturday's doubleheader, 10-5.
The Mississippi University for Women's softball team swept Hendrix College, 7-2 and 2-1, in Saturday's "Strikeout Cancer" doubleheader played in Columbus.
The Arizona Diamondbacks already have a good idea of what Mississippi State pitcher Ethan Small can do.
Teaira McCowan was named an All-American by ESPNW for the second straight year on Thursday, bringing her career total to four All-America selections by various outlets.
Coming off the program's first 10-win SEC campaign since 2007-08, Mississippi State will take the Bridgestone Arena floor tonight during the fourth and final second-round contest.
Looking to avenge a 21-point loss to Alabama back in January, the No. 7 seed Ole Miss Rebels, under the direction of SEC Coach of the Year Kermit Davis, will look to even the score with the 10th seed Crimson Tide when they meet in the first round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament Thursday at 6 p.m.
1. Diamond Dawgs rev up the offense COLLEGE SPORTS
2. Starkville falls to Madison Central in Region 3-6A battle HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
3. Davis rewarded with 4-year deal COLLEGE SPORTS
4. The W slams Stillman College, 26-6 COLLEGE SPORTS