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Southern Miss Golden Eagles’ Baseball Wins C-USA Championship

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Southern Miss Golden Eagles' Nick Johnson pitches the ball in the C-USA tournament against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016.
Southern Miss Golden Eagles’ Nick Johnson pitches the ball in the C-USA Championship against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016. (Hunt Mercier/ The Student Printz)

Southern Miss Golden Eagles' Jake Sandlin swings to hit the ball at the C-USA tournament against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016.
Southern Miss Golden Eagles’ Jake Sandlin swings to hit the ball at the C-USA Championship against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016. (Hunt Mercier/ The Student Printz)

The umpire announces Southern Miss Golden Eagles' Tracy Hadley safe after sliding into second base at the C-USA tournament against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016.
The umpire announces Southern Miss Golden Eagles’ Tracy Hadley safe after sliding into second base at the C-USA Championship against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016. (Hunt Mercier/ The Student Printz)

Southern Miss Golden Eagles' Tracy Hadley slides into base before a Rice player can tag him out at the C-USA tournament against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016.
Southern Miss Golden Eagles’ Tracy Hadley slides into base before a Rice player can tag him out at the C-USA Championship against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016. (Hunt Mercier/ The Student Printz)

Southern Miss Golden Eagles' Chuckie Robinson swings and hits the ball at the C-USA tournament against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016.
Southern Miss Golden Eagles’ Chuckie Robinson swings and hits the ball at the C-USA Championship against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016. (Hunt Mercier/ The Student Printz)

Southern Miss Golden Eagles' Chase Scott tags a Rice player out at the C-USA tournament against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016.
Southern Miss Golden Eagles’ Chase Scott tags a Rice player out at the C-USA Championship against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016. (Hunt Mercier/ The Student Printz)

Southern Miss Golden Eagles' Nick Dawson tags a Rice player out at the C-USA tournament against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016.
Southern Miss Golden Eagles’ Nick Dawson tags a Rice player out at the C-USA Championship against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016. (Hunt Mercier/ The Student Printz)

Southern Miss Golden Eagles' Tim Lynch swings to hit the ball at the C-USA tournament against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016.
Southern Miss Golden Eagles’ Tim Lynch swings to hit the ball at the C-USA Championship against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016. (Hunt Mercier/ The Student Printz)

Southern Miss Golden Eagles' Daniel Keating embraces one of his teammates after winning the C-USA tournament against Rice University in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016.
Southern Miss Golden Eagles’ Daniel Keating embraces one of his teammates after winning the C-USA Championship against Rice University in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016. (Hunt Mercier/ The Student Printz)

Southern Miss Golden Eagles' Jake Sandlin (left) and Clay Tageany (right) embrace each other after winning the C-USA tournament against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016.
Southern Miss Golden Eagles’ Jake Sandlin (left) and Clay Tageant (right) embrace each other after winning the C-USA Championship against Rice University at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on May 29, 2016. (Hunt Mercier/ The Student Printz)

The Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles' baseball team runs out on the field celebrating the last out to win them the C-USA tournament against Rice University from Houston, Texas. The Golden Eagles won 3-2 on Sunday May 29, 2016 at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
The Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles’ baseball team runs out on the field celebrating the last out to win them the C-USA Championship against Rice University from Houston, Texas. The Golden Eagles won 3-2 on Sunday May 29, 2016 at Pete Taylor Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. (Hunt Mercier/ The Student Printz)

The Southern Miss baseball team runs out onto the field to celebrate their 3-2 victory over Rice in the C-USA baseball tournament on May 29.
The Southern Miss baseball team runs out onto the field to celebrate their 3-2 victory over Rice in the C-USA baseball tournament on May 29. (Julius Kizzee/ The Student Printz)

Chase Scott and Cord Cockrell embrace each other after their 3-2 victory over Rice on May 29.
Chase Scott and Cord Cockrell embrace each other after their 3-2 victory over Rice on May 29. (Julius Kizzee/ The Student Printz)

Jake Winston poses with the C-USA championship banner after Southern Miss’ 3-2 victory over Rice on May 29.
Jake Winston poses with the C-USA championship banner after Southern Miss’ 3-2 victory over Rice on May 29. (Julius Kizzee/ The Student Printz)

Coach Scott Berry and Tim Lynch hug each other after their 3-2 victory over Rice on May 29.
Coach Scott Berry and Tim Lynch hug each other after their 3-2 victory over Rice on May 29. (Julius Kizzee/ The Student Printz)

The Golden Eagles pose for a picture with their championship banner after winning the C-USA championship crown.
The Golden Eagles pose for a picture with their championship banner after winning the C-USA championship crown. (Julius Kizzee/ The Student Printz)

Cord Cockrell and Tim Lynch douse Scott Berry after the Golden Eagles' 3-2 victory over Rice on May 29 in Pete Taylor Park.
Cord Cockrell and Tim Lynch douse Scott Berry after the Golden Eagles’ 3-2 victory over Rice on May 29 in Pete Taylor Park. (Julius Kizzee/ The Student Printz)

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