The regular season for Mississippi State softball came to an end with a series loss to the LSU Tigers on Mother's Day weekend.
The Mississippi State University softball team dropped an intense and competitive series against the Auburn Tigers over the weekend.
Coming off of a one-win weekend against No. 11 Tennessee, the Bulldog ladies sought to find themselves in the NCAA top-25 softball rankings ahead of their matchup with the Missouri Tigers this past weekend.
On a day where the entire country's softball community rallied around the memory of the late MSU softball player Alex Wilcox, the Bulldogs tied up the series against the No. 13 ranked Tennessee Volunteers.
Mississippi State University's softball team swept their rival, the University of Mississippi, this past weekend at Nusz Park, marking the first time the Bulldogs have swept the Rebels at home since 2013.
This past weekend the Bulldogs looked to continue their success during the Bulldog Invitational, and Mia Davidson looked to continue to shatter records.
The yearly Snowman softball tournament made its return to Starkville this past weekend. The Snowman tournament honors Alex Wilcox, a former Mississippi State University softball player who passed away during her fight against ovarian cancer.
Mississippi State University (15-11) hosted the University of Florida (21-2) at Nusz Park in Starkville, Mississippi, on Friday for a weekend softball series, where the Gators swept the Bulldogs with three wins.
This past weekend marked another year of "The Snowman: Alex Wilcox Memorial" softball tournament, and the top-25-ranked Bulldogs came into the tournament as determined as ever.
Mississippi State University has had a softball team for many years now but has only ranked in the top 25 nationally among other collegiate softball teams during preseason rankings once in its history. In 2001, the Bulldog softball team was ranked No. 23 by the National Fastpitch Coaches Ass…
The hiatus is over, and the Mississippi State University baseball team is set to take the mound for the first time since COVID-19 abruptly brought all of college sports to a screeching halt.
Following the announcement that Vann Stuedeman would not be returning for the 2020 season, the search for a new head softball coach began mid-summer and ended in dubbing in-house talent Samantha Ricketts as head coach for the Mississippi State University softball team.
Six days after it was announced Vann Stuedeman was no longer head coach of the softball team, Mississippi State University Athletic Director John Cohen announced the hire of Samantha Ricketts in a press release sent out by the MSU Athletic Department.
The tenure of head softball coach Vann Stuedeman at Mississippi State University came to a close late Tuesday afternoon with a press release sent out by the MSU Athletic Department, confirming reports her time as coach had ended.
Ending a two-game win streak April 7, Mississippi State University's softball team (24-14, 3-9) dropped the series to No. 5 Louisiana State University (32-8, 10-4) after a loss in the final two games on Sunday with scores of 10-9 and 5-3.
For senior Fa Leilua, softball is about new opportunities, second chances and family.
Out with the old, and in with the new as the Mississippi State University softball team is ready for a fresh chance to level up after a previous season full of success. Slides, steals and endless reps are what can be seen on the practice field, with dirt clouds lingering and players' excitem…
Coming off a program shaping season that led Mississippi State University to their sixth NCAA Tournament appearance over the last seven seasons, softball season is officially on deck with expectations of success.
"Keep fighting and keep pushing every single day, don’t ever let anything slow you down." Alex Wilcox lived by this quote while courageously battling ovarian cancer.
Mississippi State University's Athletic Department confirmed Alex Wilcox, a freshman softball player from Brantley, Alabama, passed away Monday after battling ovarian cancer in a press release.
Coming off of a series loss to Texas A&M, No. 24 Mississippi State University (30-11) looked to bounce back with a midweek game against Alcorn State University (7-24). MSU did that by winning 11-0 over Alcorn State with some lineup changes.
After dropping the first game of the series which led to a thrilling victory Saturday night, No. 22 Mississippi State University (29-11,4-7) took on No. 10 Texas A&M (34-9,7-5) for the rubber match of the series on Sunday.
After being delayed by a day due to the weather, No. 22 Mississippi State University (29-10, 4-7 SEC) began the series against No. 10 Texas A&M (33-9, 6-5 SEC) Saturday afternoon at Nusz Park. MSU split the series with a thrilling victory in game two of the doubleheader.
No. 25 Mississippi State University (16-3) came off of a good weekend out west heading into a doubleheader on Saturday.
It was a 0-1 count with runners on second and third in extra innings when Morgan Bell, a senior infielder from Braselton, Georgia, stroked a ball down the left field line. The line drive got down in fair territory driving in Kat Moore, a junior outfielder from Holly Springs, who was the winn…
With Mississippi State University softball coming off a season opening with four shutout victories during the Bulldog Kickoff Classic, anticipation to continue the winning streak was high going into their midweek game against the University of Tennessee-Martin and their weekend matchups in t…
When most young girls put on their uniforms and step onto the field or court, they do not imagine playing sports for the rest of their lives, especially in the sport of softball.
Despite rain canceling a day of games, Mississippi State University's softball started off their weekend 4-0, starting their season with the Bulldog Kickoff Classic.
With Mississippi State University Softball beginning their 2018 season this Friday, head coach Vann Stuedeman, along with senior infielder Morgan Bell and senior pitcher Holly Ward, met with the media on Tuesday.