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Southern Miss wins C-USA Championship, qualifies to NCAA tournament

BILOXI— “Playing for a ring. You can go a little bit more when something is on the line like that,” Walker Powell said. Starters Walker...

Southern Miss advances to fourth consecutive C-USA championship game

BILOXI— Freshman Gabe Shepard got things going for Southern Miss with a career day on the mound. His performance helped guide the Golden Eagles...

Southern Miss stays hot with 10-5 win over Marshall

BILOXI— Southern Miss found itself dealing with a crucial eighth inning as the Golen Eagles faced a bases loaded, no outs situation against Marshall. The...

Cooper comes up big in 6-4 comeback win over Rice

BILOXI— Stepping into the bottom of the ninth with two outs and bases loaded trailing 4-2, Storme Cooper stepped into a familiar position that...

Guidry, Keys: Brothers on, off the field

To the average Southern Miss baseball fan, the relationship between senior J.C. Keys and junior Matthew Guidry would seem to be nothing more than...

What to know as Southern Miss baseball heads to Biloxi

Southern Miss finds itself in a pressing situation after losing a tough stretch of games that have likely killed the team’s chances of receiving...
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