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May 18th

Bottom of MSU order key in getting victory

May 18, 2013

The bottom of the Mississippi State batting order was instrumental in getting a lead over the South Carolina Gamecocks and expanding it on Saturday.
DeMarcus Henderson was the most productive Bulldog of the seven, eight and nine hitters with three singles and a pair of runs batted in during MSU's 7-2 victory to close the regular season at Dudy Noble Field.

Getting things in order: Spring football jamboree shows Jackets where they stand

May 18, 2013

The Starkville Yellowjackets knew there would be some holes to fill on their football team after winning the Class 5A State championship last fall.
During the course of the spring, there have been some players emerge into some key roles for the Jackets.

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May 17th

South Carolina beats State with late homer

May 18, 2013

Daryl Norris showed on Tuesday night that he may be a good option for Mississippi State out of the bullpen down the stretch.
On Friday night, his first pitch didn't show it.

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McDonald of MSU excited about finish at Central Regional

May 17, 2013

Ally McDonald walked off the golf course at 11:30 a.m. on the final day of the Central Regional in Oklahoma with a 6-shot lead.
The Mississippi State sophomore shot a final round 4-under, 68 at the Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club to give her the club house lead. Then, it was just a matter of waiting.

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Lady Wolverines lose first game at Class 2A State in softball

May 17, 2013

RIDGELAND – The East Webster Wolverines had a tough time scoring early to open the Class 2A State championship series and lost a 6-3 decision to Enterprise-Clarke on Friday.

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May 16th

Deja vu for Dogs: State rallies to win in SEC once again

May 17, 2013

The Mississippi State baseball team experienced deja vu Thursday night.
For the second-straight Southeastern Conference ballgame, the Bulldogs found a way to come back after being down.
No. 23 (Collegiate Baseball) MSU scored four runs in the eighth inning to overcome a three-run deficit to beat No. 15 South Carolina at Dudy Noble Field.

Bulldogs close down situation with Gamecocks

May 17, 2013

Mississippi State head baseball coach John Cohen knows what it's like to be around one of the great closers in school history.
Pete Young, one of Cohen's teammates at MSU, was pretty good when he came into the game to close down a game from 1987-89.
With the help of back-to-back eight save seasons in 1988 and 1989, Young was able to save 19 games during his career with the Bulldogs.

SHS players finish second in Class 5A

May 17, 2013

RIDGELAND - Individual State championships were on the line this week for the Starkville High School tennis team.
Even though no individuals claimed a state title, Yellowjackets coach Rob Fyke is pleased with his team’s performance this week and throughout the whole season.

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MSU seeks to make run in NCAA Tourney

May 17, 2013

The Mississippi State Bulldogs feel they have some unfinished business this softball season.
After a disappointing regular season where they finished with an 8-16 Southeastern Conference mark, which wasn't good enough to make the conference tournament, the Bulldogs welcome the opportunity the NCAA Tournament presents.

May 15th

Seeds sorted in SEC: MSU, South Carolina baseball set to decide much in league

May 15, 2013

There is a great deal of things yet to be decided going into the final weekend of Southeastern Conference baseball.
This year, Vanderbilt has already clinched the overall SEC title and Eastern Division, while LSU has already won the West.
With the top two seeds for the SEC Tournament set, the final 10 seeds are up for grabs.

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