STARKVILLE, Miss. – Mississippi State wraps its non-conference slate Sunday as it hosts Jackson State in the 1 p.m. finale of the Bulldog Classic at the MSU Soccer Field.
Furman and Southern Miss open the final day with a 10:30 a.m. kickoff.
A free live video stream for the Bulldogs’ match will be available at www.hailstate.com/hstvlive.
Admission to all Bulldog home matches is free, and the first 100 fans at Sunday’s match receive a free pair of MSU sunglasses.
Fathers and their daughters are invited to Daddy-Daughter Day and enjoy Sundae Sunday, with the first 60 fans receiving free Mississippi State ice cream.
State’s season-long Greek Life Challenge also continues Sunday. The Fraternity and Sorority with the largest season-long turnout will be recognized on the Davis Wade Stadium videoboard during the Nov. 28 Egg Bowl.
Aaron Gordon’s squad looks to cap the pre-SEC slate with a victory. The Dawgs fell to 2-4 Friday with a tough 4-0 setback to Furman in the Bulldog Classic opener.
MSU meets a Tiger squad that fell to 0-6-1 with a 4-0 setback against Southern Mississippi in Friday’s Bulldog Classic opener.
Minus four starters on Friday, State put in a tough effort before falling to the Paladins in the second half in front of a school record-tying crowd of 875.
Senior Elisabeth Sullivan, State’s career goals and points leader, will look to get back on track after being held scoreless the last two games. In two meetings against Jackson State, the Memphis native has scored two of the team’s three goals.
Freshman Annebel ten Broeke will try to connect with Sullivan to spark the Bulldogs’ attack. The Amsterdam, Netherlands, native has been solid this season, tallying three assists to go along with two goals.
CJ Winship made five saves Friday night to give her a team-high 23 on the season.Fans can follow Bulldog soccer on Twitter (@HailStateSOC), Facebook (HailStateSOC) and Instagram (HailStateSOC). Mississippi State athletics can also be found on FanCred by going to http://www.fancred.com/go/hailstate/.