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Student-athletes work toward benefitting from likeness, name

How will the NCAA's decision affect student-athletes at Southern Miss? Basketball and football players and their coaches discuss.

Golden Eagles start basketball season with win

A 90-71 win over Delta State started off the Golden Eagles’ basketball season Tuesday.

Eagles, Crusaders tip off Ballin’ in the ‘Burg

Joy Lee-McNelis and the Lady Eagles welcomed the William Carey Crusaders as well as over 2,100 elementary students to Reed Green Coliseum for Education Day.

Jay Ladner chosen as Southern Miss’ next head basketball coach

Southern Miss announced on Wednesday night the hiring of Jay Ladner to lead the men's basketball program. Ladner was previously the head coach of Southeastern...

Sadler announces his departure from basketball program

Southern Miss men’s basketball coach Doc Sadler announced Thursday that he is stepping down as the head coach of the program after five seasons. Sadler...

Lady Eagles defeat Nicholls State in first round of WBI

Southern Miss survived a late rally by Nicholls State in the fourth quarter of the team’s opening round contest in the Women’s Basketball Invitational...

What’s next for the Lady Eagles in the postseason and 2019-2020?

FRISCO, Texas— The Southern Miss women’s basketball team ended its Conference USA tournament appearance with a loss on March 13 in the first round...
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