With the start of basketball season a little over a month away, both Mississippi State University basketball programs discussed team development and expectations during a preseason conference Oct. 3.
It was a frustrating, tough, painful Sunday for Mississippi State University women's basketball, as they fell 88-84 to Oregon University in the Elite Eight round just shy of a third-straight Final Four appearance.
How sweet it is. No. 1 Mississippi State University (32-2, 15-1 SEC), defeated the No. 9 seed, Clemson University (20-13, 9-7 ACC), 85-61 punching their ticket to the Sweet Sixteen in Portland, Oregon.
There was pure domination on the court, as the No. 1 seed, Mississippi State Bulldogs (31-2, 15-1 SEC), defeated the No. 16 seed, Southern University Jaguars (20-13, 14-4 SWAC), 103-46. Sealing the win against the Jaguars, MSU solidified their slot in the second round of the women’s tourname…
The words “we are not finished” pulsated out of the speakers in the Humphrey Coliseum. After two straight years of making NCAA Final Four appearances and two NCAA Championship Game appearances, the phrase rings true for Mississippi State University women’s basketball team. These Bulldogs wan…
Let the confetti rain. Mississippi State University women’s basketball team reeled in the program’s first Southeastern Conference title with a 101-70 victory over Arkansas (20-14, 6-10 SEC) Sunday afternoon. Just one week after clinching the SEC title outright, the Bulldogs added yet another…
Mississippi State University (27-2, 15-1 SEC) won its second-straight SEC regular season championship in women's basketball with a 68-64 road win against the University of South Carolina (21-8, 13-3 SEC).
The University of Tennessee (15-7) hung tight with Mississippi State University (21-1) for most of Sunday afternoon's women's basketball matchup; but once the floodgates opened, the Bulldogs seemingly could not miss, culminating in a dominant 91-63 win over the Volunteers.
Despite the 10,333 people in attendance of the Mississippi State University thrashing of the University of Mississippi, as MSU would win 80-49, MSU head coach Vic Schaefer said he was unimpressed with his team’s performance.
It was a back and forth game between Mississippi State University and the University of South Carolina on Thursday night, as is to be expected when these two programs compete.
The heart of a champion beats within the Mississippi State University's women's basketball team.
The Mississippi State University's women’s basketball team has looked very impressive in their first two games, with wins against opponents Southeast Missouri State University and University of Virginia.
When MSU goes on the road to play the University of Virginia, a team they hosted last year and only beat by a score of 68-53, it will be a much different team as Roshunda Johnson, Morgan Williams, Victoria Vivians and Blair Schaefer have all graduated.
Mississippi State University's women's basketball team opened the season with a dominant victory over Southeast Missouri University, 88-53. Head coach Vic Schaefer gave the Redhawks credit as they made the game very challenging for the Bulldogs.
After finishing the 2017-2018 season 34-5 and making yet another final four appearance, the MSU women’s basketball team took to the court Oct. 24 to display their talent in their annual Maroon-White Scrimmage game.
Mississippi State University’s senior guard and second all-time leading scorer, Victoria Vivians, was drafted by the Indiana Fever 8th overall in the WNBA draft last Thursday. She joins Ohio State University’s Kelsey Mitchell, whom the Fever drafted number two overall.
There is no denying our women’s basketball team is electric and will be a legend at Mississippi State University for a long time.
Sunday night was not the end for Mississippi State University's women’s basketball. The buzzer beater was soul crushing and many MSU fans have chalked the game up as the last chance for MSU to win a national title. This is not true.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Mississippi State University’s women’s basketball team (37-2) returned to the National Championship title game for the second year in a row, but came up short to the University of Notre Dame’s Fighting Irish (36-3) with a final score of 61-58.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – For the second year in a row, Mississippi State University’s women’s basketball team (37-1) will play in the NCAA Women’s National Championship, and they face yet another formidable opponent. The Lady Bulldogs will face University of Notre Dame (34-3) on the national stage S…
Last second heroics, overtime semifinals and a championship around the corner, Mississippi State University women’s basketball finds themselves in a similar position to last season heading into the championship game against the University of Notre Dame.
COLUMBUS, OHIO – Despite the slow start, Mississippi State University women’s basketball team (37-1) found themselves in overtime during the National Semifinal once again, this year against University of Louisville Cardinals (36-3).
One-seed Mississippi State University (36-1) had the 3-seed University of California at Los Angeles (27-8) standing in their way to a spot in the final four in Columbus, Ohio.
One-seed Mississippi State University (35-1) came into Kansas City, Missouri, with a trip to the regional finals on the line, and 4-seed North Carolina State University (26-9) was the only thing standing in their way. MSU came away with a 71-57 win, which head coach Vic Schaefer said the gam…
One final game in Humphrey Coliseum, that was the case for four 1-seed Mississippi State University (34-1, 16-0 SEC) seniors on Monday night in their 71-56 victory over 9-seed Oklahoma State University (21-11, 11-7 Big 12).
Both head coaches and members of the Oklahoma State University (21-10, 11-7 Big 12) and Mississippi State University (33-1, 16-0 SEC) women’s basketball teams met with the media on Sunday.
No. 4 Mississippi State University Women’s basketball (32-1, 16-0 SEC) beat the Nicholls State University Colonels (19-13, 11-7 Southland) 95-50 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Saturday evening.
Mississippi State University's women’s basketball (32-1, 16-0 SEC) is a projected number one seed in the NCAA Tournament.
While No. 2 Mississippi State University already clinched the outright SEC title, trophy and all, earlier this season, there is still one more SEC championship to win.
No. 2 Mississippi State University (29-0) celebrated a win on senior night, defeating Auburn University (13-14), 82-61.
Second place, the two words that have followed Mississippi State University's Women’s Basketball over the course of head coach Vic Schaefer’s tenure. SEC Champions, the two words now follow that same basketball program.
The last time Mississippi State University's women’s basketball (26-0, 11-0 SEC) beat the University of Kentucky (12-14, 4-8 SEC) was in 2009, losing 11 times since.
On Monday night, the faithful fans of Mississippi State University created an exhilarating atmosphere as the No. 2 Bulldogs defeated No. 7 University of South Carolina 67-53, avenging their loss to the Gamecocks in last year’s National Championship game.
No. 2 Mississippi State University women’s basketball (21-0, 7-0 SEC) moved to 21-0 and broke last season’s record for the best start in school history on Thursday night with a 90-53 win over the University of Florida (10-11, 2-6 SEC).
No. 3 Mississippi State University women’s basketball cemented their spot at the top of the SEC with a tough 71-52 win over the No. 6 University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers on Sunday afternoon in Knoxville, Tennessee.
After trailing at the end of the first quarter, No. 4 Mississippi State University Women’s basketball returned to form and beat the University of Alabama Crimson Tide 75-61.
No. 4 Mississippi State University women’s basketball never trailed in their 76-45 victory over the University of Mississippi on Thursday night.
Three-time SEC player of the week, Mississippi State University’s Teaira McCowan was the focus of the University of Arkansas’ defense, and their focus to limit her was successful. However, this opened up opportunities for the rest of No. 5 MSU’s players to rain jumpers, and the Bulldogs cru…
Head coach Vic Schaefer said after last Sunday’s game, he was going to find out how good his squad was in No. 5 Mississippi State University’s game against No. 9 Oregon.
It was business as usual for No. 6 Mississippi State University women’s basketball as they ran away with their Sunday afternoon match-up against the University of Arkansas-Little Rock.
Victoria Vivians' 30 points helped propel No. 6 Mississippi State University women’s basketball (8-0) over Oklahoma State University (6-2) in the Big12/SEC Challenge by a score of 79-76.
On Sunday afternoon, the No. 7 Mississippi State University Women’s Basketball team (3-0) put on an impressive performance in their win over state rival University of Southern Mississippi (3-1) by a score of 91 to 56.
On throwback to 70’s night, the Mississippi State University (2-0) women’s basketball team rolled in route to a 56 point win over Georgia State University (0-2).
It will be the beginning of a crazy week for Head coach Vic Schaefer and the team, as Mississippi State University (1-0) women’s basketball has two games to play.
Mississippi State University men’s basketball dominated in game one of the season-opening doubleheader as they gave a glimpse of what the program could be, and MSU women’s basketball won a tough game as they remembered their past success.
Friday, when MSU takes on the University of Virginia, will mark almost eight months since No. 4 Mississippi State University women’s basketball upset No. 1 ranked UConn in the Final Four.
The crowd erupted as freshman guard Myah Taylor sunk her second shot from the free throw line to get the bulldogs to 100 with nine seconds left in the game, as Mississippi State University women’s basketball went on to win 100-67 over University of Arkansas-Fort Smith.
The Mississippi State women’s basketball program is on the national radar and is on the verge of becoming a nationally recognized powerhouse.
Homecoming queen was all but decided once a particular 6’1” senior decided she was going to rule two courts and throw her hat into the ring.
Excitement filled the air as fans packed the Humphrey Coliseum on Friday night for Maroon Madness—an opportunity to get a first look at this year’s edition of Mississippi State Basketball.