Mississippi State (25-26, 3-17 SEC) dropped the second game of its weekend series with No. 16 Missouri (36-12, 11-9 SEC) on Saturday night at Nusz Park. Despite collecting eight hits, the Bulldogs failed to plate enough runners and fell to the Tigers 3-1.
A 126-minute weather delay led into a back-and-forth contest that saw the Mississippi State softball team (25-25, 3-16 SEC) fall short to No. 16 Missouri (35-12, 10-9 SEC) in game one of their Southeastern Conference series.
Fresh off a combined no-hitter, the Mississippi State softball team (25-24, 3-15 SEC) now turns its attention to a three-game Southeastern Conference set with No. 16 Missouri (34-12, 9-9 SEC) at Nusz Park.
A combined no-hitter from freshman Regan Green and sophomore Holly Ward marked the 18th in program history and catapulted the Mississippi State softball team (25-24) past Mississippi Valley State (13-26) 6-0, Thursday afternoon.
As a result of heavy amounts of rain in the forecast throughout the day and into the night, the Mississippi State softball team's (24-24) non-conference contest at Mississippi Valley State (13-25) has been moved to tomorrow at noon.
Once again the Mississippi State softball team (24-24) proved its relentless effort and tenacity, but fell 2-1 to South Alabama (27-16) Tuesday at Nusz Park.
Coming off a road weekend taking on the back-to-back national champions, the Mississippi State softball team (24-23) will take on South Alabama (26-16) and Mississippi Valley State (13-25) for a pair of midweeks.
A 10-inning pitching duel ended in defeat for the Mississippi State softball team (24-23, 3-15 SEC) as No. 1 Florida (45-3, 15-3 SEC) took the series finale in 10 innings Sunday evening.
Six stellar innings from the Mississippi State softball team (24-22, 3-14 SEC) were overshadowed by one that allowed No. 1 Florida (44-3, 14-3 SEC) to take game two, 6-3, Saturday.
A hot start was too much for the Mississippi State softball team (24-21, 3-13 SEC) to overcome in its Southeastern Conference series-opener with No. 1 Florida (43-3, 13-3 SEC) Friday night.
With less than a month remaining in the 2016 regular season, the Mississippi State softball team (24-20, 3-12 SEC) continues its gauntlet of a schedule this weekend at No. 1 Florida (42-3, 12-3 SEC).
As part of its 2016 Campus Tour, the USSSA Pride will take on the Pennsylvania Rebellion for a National Pro Fastpitch regular season game Friday, June 17 at Nusz Park with first pitch set for 6 p.m. CT.