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Southern Miss gets first series sweep of season against UTSA

Southern Miss (22-16, 8-7 C-USA) swept conference rival UTSA (17-21) in a three-game home series in Hattiesburg from April 6-7. The sweep marks the...

Southern Miss wins rematch against South Alabama

Two runs were all the Southern Miss softball team (19-16, 5-7 C-USA) needed in a 2-0 shutout win over South Alabama in a nonconference...

Southern Miss salvages series at UTSA with game three win

Heading into the weekend series on an eight-game winning streak and two consecutive conference series sweeps, Southern Miss (17-8, 7-2 C-USA) lost its road...

Golden Eagles get first conference win of season at UTEP

The Southern Miss softball team earned its first conference win of the season against UTEP in El Paso, Texas on March 23-24 following wins...

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...

Southern Miss shut out by South Alabama, 4-0

After a 1-2 stretch in a weekend series against Florida Atlantic, Southern Miss could not get a win in non-conference weekday play against South...

Southern Miss earns series sweep over LA Tech

Following a midweek loss to Louisiana-Lafayette on March 13, the Southern Miss baseball team rebounded to open up Conference USA play with a sweep...

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