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Baseball finds rhythm despite injuries

For 256 days, loyal Southern Miss fans have waited for the baseball drought to end. On Feb. 14-16, the Golden Eagles swept Murray State for their home opener.

Pete Taylor Park debuts new field

Since its construction in 1984, 1,143 games have been played at Pete Taylor Park. Over the past 36 years, the facility has undergone multiple improvements, including a new outfield wall in 2016 and a performance center in 2015.

USM sports through the decade

2010:  Baseball – Conference USA tournament champions, NCAA regional For Scott Berry’s first season as head...

Matt Wallner drafted by Minnesota Twins

History repeated itself again on Monday night as the Twins drafted Matt Wallner as the 39th pick of the MLB Draft. As the story goes...

Southern Miss’ season ends in Baton Rouge Regional

BATON ROUGE– Despite staging a 13-12 comeback win over Arizona State and taking a 4-3 lead over LSU, Southern Miss’ hope for a Super...

Southern Miss walks off ASU in slugfest, 13-12

Trailing as much as 10-2, the Golden Eagle bats came to life, answering back with seven runs in the final two innings of the...
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