Archive - Mar 2, 2014
Mississippi State entered this week with a .500 record at 4-4.
After six games, the Bulldogs are now 10-4.
The No. 18 Bulldogs capped off the six-win week and four-win weekend with a 9-0 victory over Eastern Illinois Sunday afternoon at Dudy Noble Field in The Diamond Classic presented by Polk's Meat Products.
It doesn't take long for a record to receive a big boost when there are several opportunities to get victories.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs took advantage of one of those situations over the weekend with the Diamond Classic presented by Polk's Meat Products.
MSU played four games in three days and won all of those, including Sunday's 9-0 decision over Eastern Illinois at Dudy Noble Field.
The Starkville Yellowjackets will open the tennis season todayÂ in high class fashion.
The time for preparation is over. It's time for the Starkville Yellowjackets to bring back their bows for competition.
With today's 4 p.m. start in Tupelo, Starkville begins its archery program, the newest sport for the Jackets.
It was a long day for the Mississippi State baseball team, but a productive one.
The No. 18 Bulldogs capped off the doubleheader with a 7-1 win over Michigan State Saturday night to complete a sweep in The Diamond Classic presented by Polk's Meat Products.Â
Reid Humphreys is looking to make a name for himself as a member of the Mississippi State baseball team.
When brother Tyler Moore was a member of the Bulldogs, he was able to do some nice things offensively for the ballclub.
Moore led MSU in home runs with 14 and runs batted in with 46 during the 2008 season. He's now enjoying a career in professional baseball with the Washington Nationals.
Senior Tanner Clanton started the day for the Starkville Yellowjackets with a first-inning single on Saturday, then 10 more hits followed.
After opening the season with an 11-1 victory over Greenville Weston in six innings Friday night, the Jackets took care of business once again by beating Aberdeen 20-0 in four innings.
MABEN â€“ Teams work to find their identities early in the season.
East Webster and Starkville Academy did just that on Saturday as the pair reached across association lines for a baseball game.
Both teams gained much experience with their time on the field, but it was the Wolverines who got the 12-1 win.
Brian Johnson is familiar with the Mississippi State coaching staff.
Johnson played at Utah when current MSU head coach Dan Mullen and co-offensive coordinators Billy Gonzales and John Hevesy were on the staff.
That's why when the opportunity to reunite with those coaches became a possibility, Johnson jumped on it.
He was hired as the new quarterbacks coach in February.
Breanna Richardson played one of her better games of the season on Thursday night for the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
With 17 points in an 81-74 overtime loss to the Kentucky Wildcats, it was only one point off the career-high of 18 that Richardson had at Ole Miss.
Richardson chose not to focus on the points she scored, but the ones she didn't get against the Wildcats.