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MSU Fan Day set for Saturday

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Mississippi State will host its annual Fan Day festivities inside the Palmeiro Center on campus Saturday from 2-4 p.m. Coach Dan Mullen will be on hand along with the football, soccer and volleyball teams for autographs and pictures. Student-athletes will

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Another Ricketts added to softball staff

With recent additions having been made to the roster, the Mississippi State softball coaching staff just received an upgrade as well, in the form of two-time USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Keilani Ricketts. Ricketts will serve as a

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McDonald qualifies for U.S. Open

What a splash Ally McDonald is making as professional golfer. Less than a month as pro, the former Mississippi State All-American and Fulton native won her first tournament, the 22nd Michigan Women’s Open Championship. Then late Tuesday, she learned she qualified

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MSU places 61 first-year athletes on SEC honor roll

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A historic 2014-15 year in the classroom has resulted in a record 61 Mississippi State student-athletes being named to the 2015 Southeastern Conference First-Year Academic Honor Roll. The 61 honorees are the most among SEC institutions in the sports in

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Recapping last week at MSU

I’m back in the saddle after taking some time off last week. I didn’t do anything extravagant but enjoyed my staycation here in Starkville and got some overdue things done around the house. I’ll take off another week off sometime

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Dudley previews NCAA Championships

Mississippi State track and field coach Steve Dudley previews the Bulldogs trip to Eugene, Ore., for the NCAA Outdoor Championships. MSU is sending 16 athletes to the meet, which gets underway on Wednesday.

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Bougard named SEC Field Athlete of the Year

With a phenomenal season still underway, senior Erica Bougard received yet another achievement for her accomplishments as she has been named the SEC Field Athlete of the Year. During the SEC Championships, Bougard scored 6,250 points in the heptathlon breaking not

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Keenum elected SEC vice president

Mississippi State University President Mark E. Keenum has been elected vice president of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) by his fellow presidents/chancellors. The action was taken Friday at the SEC’s summer meeting in Destin, Florida. Keenum will serve a term of

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MSU has 36 student-athletes graduate this spring

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Thirty-six Mississippi State Bulldogs officially earned their academic degrees in 2015 spring commencement ceremonies held on campus. For the first time in school history, Bulldog scholarship athletes finished the fall and spring semesters with over a 3.0 cumulative grade point

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Video: Scott Stricklin

Mississippi State director of athletics Scott Stricklin took time out to speak about some of the projects he has underway and on the horizon. Stricklin also discussed the Bulldogs’ 2016 football schedule. He announced on Twitter Tuesday night that MSU

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Baylor preview

Vann Stuedemann has taken Mississippi State to the postseason in each of her four years. (Mississippi State)

There is a certain familiarity Mississippi State will have when it takes the field in the NCAA Tournament against Baylor at 5:30 p.m. today. That’s because the Bulldogs were in the same Lafayette Regional a year ago going 1-2 with

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