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March 8th, 2014
Mississippi State had another opportunity to get into the win column and end a double-digit losing streak.
The Bulldogs led South Carolina 47-39 with 14:18 left in the second half, but couldn't close it out.
The Gamecocks came storming back and beat the Bulldogs 74-62 Saturday afternoon inside Humphrey Coliseum.
Fred Thomas and Craig Sword are not giving up the ship.
As sophomores in a program that's not having any success right not, it would be easy to get down and stay down.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs lost their 13th-straight game of the men's basketball season with Saturday's 74-62 loss to the South Carolina Gamecocks at Humphrey Coliseum. The Bulldogs fell short in their last six home games.
Caroline Seitz has adjusted to major college softball just fine.
In her first season with the Mississippi State Bulldogs, Seitz has gotten off to a hot start at the plate.
Seitz led MSU in hitting with a .354 batting average and 23 hits going into this weekend's Southeastern Conference series with the eighth-ranked Kentucky Wildcats.
MABEN - The East Webster Lady Wolverines capped a successful first day of the Fast Pitch Softball Classic in which they hosted with two impressive wins.
East Webster picked up a 14-0 victory in the first game against Noxapater.
"Both games were similar," Lady Wolverines coach Lee Berryhill said. "We did two things well. We pitched the ball well and hit the ball well."
WINONA â€“ The Starkville Yellowjackets continue their winning ways on the road Saturday with a 10-7 victory over defending Class 5A State champion Kossuth.
After a 2-1 victory over East Webster in 11 innings Friday night, the Jackets improve their record to 5-1.
The game between Eupora and Houlka at the East Webster Classic shaped up to be an evenly-matched encounter.
Time just ran out on the Eagles to get a win.
With the game being called due to time limit, Houlka knocked off the Eupora 9-8.
Rusty Johnson providing a double to left field to start things for the Eagles, then Will Bowen reached first with a bunt.
MABEN â€“ The softball record for the Eupora Lady Eagles jumped above the .500 mark in less than two hours of work.
With a pair of victories to open the East Webster Classic Tournament on Saturday, Eupora improved its overall mark to 3-2.
The Eagles started the day with a 5-4 victory over Houston and followed that up by beating Vardaman 7-1.
Tyson Cunningham has come a long way since playing high school basketball at Columbus High School.
The Mississippi State guard will play his last game inside Humphrey Coliseum wearing maroon and white today as the Bulldogs host South Carolina to end the regular season.
Cunningham looks back on his "journey" and feels blessed to have experienced the things he has at State.
Rick Ray encourages students and fans to come out to Humphrey Coliseum today.
The Mississippi State head coach will lead his Bulldogs onto the court in Starkville for the last time for the 2013-14 regular season when South Carolina comes to town.
It will be senior day and MSU will honor both Colin Borchert and Tyson Cunningham.
MABEN â€“ Starkville High School and East Webster rewarded fans in attendance on Friday night to a little free baseball.
After battling through four extra innings, the Yellowjackets secured a 2-1 road victory.