Mississippi State is still on the bubble with three games remaining in the regular season.
LONG BEACH, Calif. – The first road trip of the season got off to a tough start, as the Mississippi State baseball team dropped a 4-0 decision to Long Beach State on Friday evening at Blair Field.
STARKVILLE – When Mike Leach accepted the job as Mississippi State’s new head coach, he made sure to bring his entire offensive staff from Washington State with him.
Mississippi State clinched a second place finish in the Southeastern Conference with a 92-83 win over Arkansas on Thursday night. Bulldog players Jessika Carter, Jordan Danberry and Aliyah Matharu comment on the win along with head coach Vic Schaefer.
STARKVILLE – Mississippi State coach Vic Schaefer felt certain he would be without star freshman Rickea Jackson against a high-scoring opponent in Arkansas on Thursday night.
STARKVILLE – After the Starkville Super Regional last summer, Mississippi State players started making their semi-regular pilgrimage to the College World Series.
No. 8 Mississippi State won 8-4 over Alcorn State on Wednesday after losing 8-4 to Texas Southern the previous day. Shortstop Jordan Westburg, starting pitcher Houston Harding and head coach Chris Lemonis shared their thoughts about where things stand as they prepare to hit the road for the …
STARKVILLE • Perhaps the only thing positive about Mississippi State’s loss to previously winless Texas Southern on Tuesday is that the eighth-ranked Bulldogs were back on the field the following day.
Mississippi State guards Jordan Danberry and Xaria Wiggins preview their upcoming game against Arkansas along with head coach Vic Schaefer. Schaefer also shares why forward Promise Taylor chose to leave the team.
Mississippi State graduate guard Jordan Danberry was selected as one of 10 semifinalists for the Naismith Women’s Defensive Player of the Year.
Mississippi State kept its NCAA Tournament hopes alive with an 80-73 win over Alabama on Tuesday night. Head coaches Ben Howland and Nate Oats offered their thoughts along with Bulldog players Reggie Perry, Tyson Carter and Robert Woodard II.
STARKVILLE – With Mississippi State’s postseason outlook hinging on every game from here on out, the Bulldogs were able to keep their NCAA Tournament aspirations alive with an 80-73 win over Alabama on Tuesday.
STARKVILLE – An early 2-0 edge was the only lead the Mississippi State baseball program would have in an 8-4 setback to Texas Southern on Tuesday afternoon at Dudy Noble Field.
Mississippi State dropped the final game of its series with Oregon State on Sunday, 7-2. Head coach Chris Lemonis commented on the Bulldogs' first loss along with juniors Tanner Allen and Justin Foscue.
STARKVILLE • Around the seventh inning on Sunday, thousands of Mississippi State fans shuffled into Dudy Noble Field after watching the ninth-ranked women’s basketball team lose at the buzzer to Alabama.
STARKVILLE • Alabama’s women entered Mississippi State’s raucous Humphrey Coliseum on Sunday having lost four games by five points or fewer this season. This time, in front of a hostile crowd of 8,083, the Crimson Tide wouldn’t be denied.
No. 10 Mississippi State took the series against Oregon State on Saturday with a 7-4 victory. Redshirt freshman pitcher Christian MacLeod and junior first baseman Josh Hatcher made their comments after the game along with head coach Chris Lemonis.
No. 9 Mississippi State returns home today after a pair of grueling road games last week which saw the Bulldogs lose to Kentucky and go into overtime to beat Auburn.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas • Josh Nebo matched his a career high with 21 points, Savion Flagg added 15 points and 10 rebounds and Texas A&M had its best shooting performance of the season in an 87-75 victory over Mississippi State on Saturday afternoon.
No. 10 Mississippi State rallied with a six-run eighth inning to down Oregon State 6-2 on Friday. Sophomore left fielder Brandon Pimentel and graduate pitcher Carlisle Koestler commented after the game along with coach Chris Lemonis.
STARKVILLE • Two of college baseball’s perennial powers – No. 10 Mississippi State and Oregon State – will meet for the first time this weekend outside of Omaha.
Mississippi State survived a wild finish to win 79-76 over South Carolina on Wednesday. Head coaches Ben Howland and Frank Martin offered their thoughts after the game along with Bulldog players D.J. Stewart Jr., Nick Weatherspoon and Abdul Ado.
No. 9 Mississippi State is coming off its second SEC loss of the season and has a rematch with Auburn upcoming. Head coach Vic Schaefer spoke about where things stand with his team alongside his entire freshmen class of JaMya Mingo-Young, Jayla Hemingway, Rickea Jackson and Aliyah Matharu.
Mississippi State men's basketball coach Ben Howland talks about his team's triumphant win at Arkansas over the weekend and the Bulldogs upcoming game against South Carolina on Wednesday.
No. 10 Mississippi State completed an opening weekend sweep of Wright State with its 5-1 victory on Sunday. Freshman third baseman Kamren James and sophomore pitcher Eric Cerantola shared their comments after the game along with head coach Chris Lemonis.
Looking Back: The Bulldogs blew a 13-point lead at Ole Miss on Tuesday and lost 83-58. MSU then watched its 17-point advantage dissipate at Arkansas on Saturday but was able to prevail 78-77 thanks to Abdul Ado’s tip-in with 0.6 seconds remaining.
STARKVILLE • Mississippi State coach Chris Lemonis was pleased with what he saw from his club as they capped an opening weekend sweep of Wright State with a 5-1 victory on Sunday.
No. 10 Mississippi State secured a series win on opening weekend with a 6-2 victory over Wright State on Saturday. The freshmen battery of Christian MacLeod and Logan Tanner talked after the game along with head coach Chris Lemonis and pitching coach Scott Foxhall.