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Mitchell happy for success at alma mater

Posted 2/12/2018 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Matthew Mitchell knows Mississippi State better than most coaches.

Johnson's strong start, balanced attack power No. 2 MSU

Posted 2/12/2018 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The power of five has been a key all season for the Mississippi State basketball team. Instead of relying on one or two players to carry the offensive load, the Bulldogs have shared the wealth with a motion offense and a healthy dose of half-court sets to get all five players involved.

 

MSU softball completes shutout-filled weekend

Posted 2/12/2018 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Power hitting and shutdown pitching carried the Mississippi State softball team to a sweep of Missouri State and Mississippi Valley State on Sunday at Nusz Park to clinch the Bulldog Kickoff Classic title.

 

 

Alabama women rally past Ole Miss

Posted 2/12/2018 in College Sports

OXFORD -- Shaquera Wade's layup after a steal with 36 seconds remaining and Jordan Lewis' two free throws moments later Sunday helped the Alabama women's basketball team rally for an 82-79 victory against Alabama at The Pavilion at Ole Miss. Wade stripped Alissa Alston of the basketball and converted the layup to give Alabama an 80-79 lead with 15 seconds left. The Rebels failed to convert following a timeout to set the stage for Lewis' free throws with seven seconds remaining.

 

Ward's perfect game leads MSU softball team

Posted 2/10/2018 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State softball team kicked its season off in style Friday with two dominating pitching performances at Nusz Park.

Pieces come together for Matthews, Owls

Posted 2/10/2018 in College Sports

With a new artificial turf surface at the Don Usher Softball Field, Mississippi University for Women softball coach Tatjana Matthews doesn't need the rain to go away to ensure her team plays its season opener at noon today against Millsaps College. However, Matthews does need her players to understand her, which is why she is thankful they have come to understand "coach," a language that men's and women's coaches speak in every sport.

 

William hopes to build on strong offensive outing

Posted 2/10/2018 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Morgan William's tenure as point guard for the Mississippi State women's basketball team has been marked by a poised resolve that has helped her overcome any obstacle.

 

 

The W loses first three baseball games

Posted 2/10/2018 in College Sports

IRVING, Texas -- The Mississippi University for Women baseball team lost to the University of Dallas 11-4 and 6-5 on Saturday. The game scheduled for 11 a.m. today was canceled due to inclement weather. The Crusaders used a six-run third inning in the first game of the day to break it open.

 

 

Billingsley hopes to earn spot in rotation

Posted 2/10/2018 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Jacob Billingsley has more competition. Last year, as a redshirt junior, Billingsley was one of few options Mississippi State had as a starting pitcher after injuries decimated the staff. Billingsley responded by going 2-3 with a 4.78 earned run average in 16 games (13 starts). In 52 2/3 innings, he struck out 52 and walked 38.

 

 

Missouri rallies in OT to beat Mississippi State

Posted 2/10/2018 in College Sports

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Kevin Puryear hadn't made a 3-pointer since Jan. 10, missing a dozen attempts since then. But with the shot clock running out and only 10 seconds left in overtime, Puryear made a 3-pointer from the left corner to give the Missouri men's basketball team the lead in an 89-85 victory against Mississippi State on Saturday.

 

 

MSU men take on Missouri in key SEC game

Posted 2/9/2018 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- As Ben Howland sees it, the Mississippi State men's basketball team already has been through the gauntlet. Howland believes the rest of the nation will experience that gauntlet in the coming weeks.

 

 

No. 2 MSU women rout Florida

Posted 2/9/2018 in College Sports

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer was concerned about playing at Florida. No. 2 MSU was coming off an emotional rematch of last year's national title game and has Kentucky, a team it hasn't beaten since 2009, up next. Schaefer was worried his players might get caught reveling in the past or looking to the future. It turned out to be typical coaching anxiety.

 

 

Mangum earns first-team All-SEC honor; MSU picked fifth

Posted 2/9/2018 in College Sports

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Florida and Arkansas were picked to win the Eastern and Western Divisions in the Southeastern Conference preseason baseball poll released Thursday.

 

 

MSU softball set to open season with Classic

Posted 2/9/2018 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- With Division I softball programs being allowed 56 regular-season games, coaches always have a backup plan in case replacement opponents are needed late in the season.

 

 

Moorhead adds eight to first class at MSU

Posted 2/8/2018 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The first recruiting class for new Mississippi State football coach Joe Moorhead balanced what he and his staff inherited.

 

The W nears first pitch for first baseball team

Posted 2/8/2018 in College Sports

The butterflies are back. For Matt Wolfenbarger, that means the start of another season. This year, though, the anticipation of the start of a new campaign likely carries an added significance because Wolfenbarger and his students-athletes will make history when they kick off the Mississippi University for Women's baseball team's inaugural season.

 

SEC play tests No. 2 MSU's offense

Posted 2/8/2018 in College Sports

If you've watched Southeastern Conference sporting events, you're probably familiar with the ad campaign "It Just Means More." The initiative is designed to highlight there is so much more to the SEC than the success of its sports teams.

 

 

Espinoza-Hunter finds right fit at Mississippi State

Posted 2/8/2018 in College Sports

Andra Espinoza-Hunter's first time in Mississippi made a big impression. Even though the 5-foot-11 guard spent only one full day and parts of two more in Starkville, it was enough to prove to her Southern hospitality isn't a myth.

 

 

MSU women's basketball team picks up commit from UConn transfer

Posted 2/7/2018 in College Sports

Vic Schaefer's ability to land big-time transfers continued Tuesday when former Connecticut guard Andra Espinoza-Hunter tweeted she will transfer to Mississippi State.

 

 

MSU men extend win streak by beating Alabama

Posted 2/7/2018 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State's winning streak is adapting -- and growing.

 

 

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