Senior pitcher Peyton Plumlee anchored a 9-1 Mississippi State victory over Alabama on Saturday at Dudy Noble Field.
Messy, ugly, wet, boring. There were plenty of iterations of the word bad to describe Saturday's Maroon and White Spring game at Davis Wade Stadium.
Another week, another Southeastern Conference matchup for the Mississippi State baseball team.
In the wake of the announcement Wednesday that this weekend's Golden Egg Spring Nationals had been postponed due to rain, there wasn't a more disappointed racer than Bryan Fortner.
Homeward bound. For friends, family and alumni, Super Bulldog Weekend has arrived.
The 2019 football season has arrived -- in part.
Pasted on the wall in the right-center gap at Dudy Noble Field are three numbers.
Teaira McCowan's next chapter has arrived.
The defensive tides are shifting in Starkville.
The screams and the cheering began even before the large red double-decker Columbus Historic Tours bus turned onto Main Street in downtown Columbus on Tuesday night.
Mississippi State defensive end Montez Sweat is headed to Music City.
Home again. Following a victorious road trip to Tennessee, the Mississippi State baseball team is back in Starkville for a 6:30 p.m. Wednesday matchup against South Alabama at Dudy Noble Field.
Heritage Academy senior Parker Ray flashed a wry smile as ink hit the paper.
Heritage Academy senior first baseman Parker Ray has kept his approach simple.
Mississippi State head coach Joe Moorhead is generally subdued on the practice field.
The dive into the water will have to wait another year for Ally McDonald.
They're back. After a quiet offensive weekend against LSU, the Mississippi State bats woke up against Tennessee on Sunday afternoon. Backed by home runs from sophomores Tanner Allen and Rowdey Jordan, MSU secured a 7-5 win over Tennessee and with it a 2-1 series victory.
Mississippi State head coach Vann Stuedeman called time. Sophomore pitcher Emily Williams held a 1-1 count against LSU senior infielder Shemiah Sanchez, who had already homered off her in the third inning.
Mississippi State freshman golfer Ford Clegg did it again. Clegg earned a top-15 finish for the fifth time this season at the Mason Rudolph Championships on Sunday.
Baylor lost a star player, then the rest of its 17-point lead. But the Lady Bears, led by the ever-poised Chloe Jackson, kept their composure.
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