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Despite being without a trio of its most productive players, Mississippi State picked up where they left off, grinding out a 5-3 win over the Mercer University Bears.
For Mississippi State softball head coach Vann Stuedeman, this is uncharted territory for her.
Carrying a No. 23 ranking Mississippi State opens its final series of the current 17-game homestand tonight against the Mercer University Bears.
Just when Mississippi State appears to be finding their stride and the new faces are getting settled into their roles within the team, the injury bug strikes the Diamond Dawgs.â€¨
The Ackerman High School softball team wanted to beat the rain Thursday night.
It helps when there's only a three-inning game to complete.
EUPORA â€“ In its last game, the East Webster Wolverines used the small game, but changed it up Thursday night.
The Wolverines beat the rival Eupora Eagles 7-3 at the Eupora baseball field.
The West Point Lady Green Wave shot a 98 and defeated the Starkville Lady Yellowjackets Thursday afternoon at the Mississippi State Golf Course.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs finished the regular season with a 3-5 record during the second half of Southeastern Conference play, including a five-game skid that began with a loss to Georgia.
In what seems to be the mantra of the 2012 Mississippi State Diamond Dawgs, they come from behind for the seventh time this season to pick up the 10-6 victory over the Penn State Nittany Lions.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs went toe-to-toe with the third-ranked softball team in the country Wednesday afternoon.