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Lady Eagles lose in first round of C-USA tournament

FRISCO, Texas --The Southern Miss women’s basketball team’s season came to an end on Wednesday in the first round of the Conference USA women’s...

Southern Miss goes 1-2 in conference opener

After two losses on Saturday, the Southern Miss softball team (11-10, 1-2 C-USA) earned a 7-3 win in the series finale against North Texas...

Golden Eagles earn first bonus play win

Playing on the road for the second straight game, the Southern Miss men’s basketball team (18-11, 10-7 C-USA) earned a 59-52 conference bonus play...

Beach volleyball participates in inaugural contests

The Southern Miss beach volleyball team kicked off its inaugural spring season with three matches in Mobile, Alabama from Feb. 22-23. The Golden Eagles...

Southern Miss shuts out Southern, 11-0

Returning home for the first time since Feb. 10, the Southern Miss softball team earned an 11-0 run-rule win over Southern University on Wednesday...

Golden Eagles split series with Jacksonville State

Following a postponement due to the threat for inclement weather on Saturday, the Southern Miss softball team split a doubleheader Sunday against Jacksonville State...

Lady Eagles respond with win over LA Tech

A career-high 33-points from junior guard Shonte Hailes helped guide the Southern Miss women’s basketball team (16-11, 8-6 C-USA) to a 74-70 win over...

Lady Eagles earn last-second win over UTEP

A successful three-point attempt with three seconds remaining by junior guard Alarie Mayze was all that was needed for the Southern Miss Lady Eagles...

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Delgado speaks on bettering the community

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