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Sports Baseball C-USA baseball tournament photo gallery: Southern Miss vs. Rice

C-USA baseball tournament photo gallery: Southern Miss vs. Rice

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Gabe Shepard throws a career-high of 12 strikeouts.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

Cole Donaldson celebrates the end of an inning.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

Gabe Shepard is greeted by teammates after finishing his performance.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

Cole Donaldson turns away from a pitch.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

The Golden Eagles rush the field after their win over Rice in the C-USA semifinal game.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

Southern Miss and Rice shake hands after the C-USA tournament semi-final game. Pictured is Southern Miss short stop Storme Cooper and center fielder Fred Franklin.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

Danny Lynch makes a throw to third base.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

Byrant Bowen hits two home runs against Rice.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

Southern Miss head coach Scott Berry calls for a discussion with the umpire.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

Cody Carrol celebrates a win from the dugout.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

Freshman Gabe Shepard prepares to pitch against Rice on May 25.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

The Golden Eagles celebrate an out by Gabe Shepard.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett

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