STARKVILLE, Miss. – Mississippi State was held to four hits as it dropped a sixth straight game in Southeastern Conference baseball action.
HATTIESBURG, Miss. - At the 2015 Southern Miss Invitational, the Mississippi State track and field teams earned a total of eight first-place finishes, highlighted by a broken school record by senior Tautvydas Kieras.
It didn't take long for the Mississippi State softball team to jump on top of Georgia Southern, as the first pitch of the game left Julia Echols' bat, exited the ballpark, and put the Bulldogs well on their way to a victory.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – A career-high five hits by Wes Rea was not enough for the Mississippi State baseball team Friday night.
STARKVILLE, Miss. - With the SEC Championships right around the corner, the Mississippi State men's and women's track and field teams head to Hattiesburg, Miss., for the Southern Miss Invitational with national qualifications at stake.
Having closed out the 2015 home slate, the Mississippi State softball team (32-16) hits the road for its last five regular-season games, starting with two against Georgia Southern (12-33) this weekend at Eagle Field at GS Softball Complex.
STARKVILLE – If new Mississippi State coach Ben Howland wanted to make a splash with his first signee, he emptied the pool on Friday.
Starkville, Miss. – Fresh off the SEC Championships a week ago, the Mississippi State women's golf team now turns its attention to the next big event, the NCAA Regionals.
Mississippi State baseball (22-19, 6-12 SEC) travels to No. 25 Arkansas (24-17, 9-0 SEC) this weekend for a three-game Southeastern Conference clash at Baum Stadium.
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Adding to an already impressive first season under head coach Matt Roberts, the 18th-ranked Mississippi State men's tennis team has landed four players on All-Southeastern Conference teams, the league announced Thursday.
Mississippi State closed out its 2015 home slate with a lopsided victory before construction begins on the Bulldogs' new facility that will be ready for the 2016 season.
STARKVILLE, Miss. – After compiling a 16-6 dual match singles record in her first season on the collegiate level, which included six victories against ranked opponents, Mississippi State's Jasmine Lee has earned a First Team, All-SEC nod, the league office announced Wednesday afternoon.