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OMAHA, Neb. â€“ Mississippi State has proven all postseason they can get into the winner's bracket and stay there.
Today the No. 7 (Collegiate Baseball) Bulldogs will try to do the same thing they did in the Southeastern Conference Tournament and the Starkville Regional.
The College World Series format sets up perfectly for Mississippi State.
After beating Oregon State 5-4 on Saturday, the Bulldogs don't play again until today against Indiana a 7 p.m.Â
The fact that MSU will play ever other day, really helps its cause.
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The Starkville Soccer Association 8-Under team showed some resiliency on Sunday.
After losing their first match in pool play at the State Games of Mississippi on Saturday, the Bulldogs White team bounced back to gain the silver medal on Sunday.
There's no better time than the present for the Starkville High Lady Yellowjackets to prepare for the basketball season.
Over the last few weeks, the team has been participating in the summer league which is held at the Starkville Sportsplex and coach Kristie Williams is pleased with the experience her team has gained.
OMAHA, Neb. â€“ Wes Rea stepped to the plate in the eighth inning with an inkling of what he might see from the pitcher.
The Mississippi State sophomore first baseman was right.
OMAHA, Neb. â€“ It has been an automatic win every time Jonathan Holder comes into ballgame and Mississippi State has a lead.
Although he has been solid all season long, the last two outings for the Bulldog sophomore closer have been adventurous.
The right hander came into Saturday's College World Series game with a lead and five outs away from another Bulldog victory.
OMAHA, Neb. â€“ Mississippi State has seen several good hitters come and go through the years.
Adam Frazier etched his names next to the great Bulldog hitters.
Vic Schaefer wears many hats during his everyday life.
To Mississippi State fans, he is simply the womenâ€™s basketball coach, but to his daughter Blair, he is dad.
For the pair, separating the two is like second nature and when they leave the hardwood, family time begins.
Tiffany Huddleston, Gabe Myles, Blair Schaefer and Tavaris Tate are all successful athletes in Starkville.
Whether it's on the soccer field, the football field, the basketball court or the track, they have been important parts of the sports in this city.
The sport of swimming is growing and so is the Starkville Shockwave roster.
Swimmers that make up that roster were showing off their skills in a home meet at the Sanderson Center on the Mississippi State campus Saturday.