Archive - Mar 19, 2014
The emphasis will be "20 on 20 night" at Humphrey Coliseum.
Mississippi State women's coach Vic Schaefer wants his team to get its 20th victory on March 20.
That's what the opportunity of playing in the Women's National Invitational Tournament presents for the Bulldogs tonight. MSU takes on the Tulane Green Wave at home with the tip set for 7 p.m.
Ross Mitchell will continue to be, well, Ross Mitchell.
The role of the Mississippi State junior left hander may be changing. Mitchell is not.
He has spent most of his Bulldog career in the bullpen, but after last weekend, it looks like Mitchell will be thrust into the starting rotation on Southeastern Conference weekends.
From the moment Mississippi State started recruiting Brandon McBride, it was clear he was going to be a top-notch athlete.
Just how good he was going to be was still yet to be seen.
Billy Gonzales doesn't want his guys to drink the juice.
That juice being all the hype.
The Mississippi State co-offensive coordinator, passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach didn't lose a single player from his group of last season.
The wide receivers will be one of the more flourished and talented position groups for the Bulldogs.
Lavenia Ray was born to Atlie and Lonnie Ray February 25, 1923. She re-joined them March 15, 2014, just days after celebrating her 91st birthday. Lavenia spent her childhood in Oktibbeha County in the Adaton community before boarding in Starkville to attend Starkville High School.
Dr. Lorenzo M. Crowell, 70, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 12, 2014, after a twelve year fight against multiple myeloma cancer. He was surrounded by his family and friends at the UAMS hospital in Little Rock, AR.
Dan Mullen and John Hevesy aren't big fans of sitting in the office.
The Mississippi State head coach and co-offensive coordinator/offensive line coach, respectively, were glad to be back out on the practice fields as the Bulldogs got the 2014 spring drills underway.
"(It's) great for me," Mullen said. "I love being out there on the field. That's what we love to do."
The Starkville Lady Yellowjackets played softball like the team coach Wendy Jolly thought she had on Tuesday night.
After losing a 19-7 decision to Louisville on Monday night, SHS bounced back one day later and recorded an impressive 12-2 victory over West Point in five innings at Lady Jacket Field.
Starkville jumped out to an 8-0 lead after two innings and coasted to the win.
WEST POINT â€“ East Webster baseball coach Wes Johnson doesn't make excuses when his team loses.
Instead he gives credit where credit is due and on Tuesday night, that was directed to the West Point Green Wave, who claimed a 10-5 victory.