The Mississippi State Bulldogs and Elisabeth Sullivan have some momentum going into tonight's Southeastern Conference opener against Missouri.
Sullivan scored three goals last Sunday to lead the Bulldogs to a 4-2 victory against Jackson State.
Even though defeating the in-state Southwestern Athletic Conference opponent may not catch very much attention, it's very important to Mississippi State.
"It's just what we needed to be hyped up for practice," Sullivan said. "Hopefully, that will carry into (today's) game."
The Bulldogs, who are 3-4 overall, host the Missouri Tigers at 7 p.m. and Aaron Gordon coaches MSU for the first time in SEC competition.
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