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Men’s basketball wins in overtime

“Big win for our program,” Coach Jay Ladner said. “I feel like we had to win the game twice.”

Lady Eagles lose third straight game

The Southern Miss women’s basketball team (11-7, 3-4 C-USA) lost its third consecutive game to Middle Tennessee Jan. 25.

Golden Eagles bounce back with first conference win

The men's basketball team broke their losing streak Saturday in a game against Rice.

Golden Eagles continue to search for conference win

The men's basketball team is on a losing streak. The team has lost five times to conference opponents.

USM sports through the decade

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

Men’s basketball beats cross town rival

The Golden Eagles earned their second win of the season with a final score of 83-64.

Lady Eagles win over Ole Miss

The Lady Eagles basketball team (4-1, 0-0 C-USA) defeated the Ole Miss Rebels (2-2, 0-0 SEC) Nov. 19.

Lady Eagles defeat Southeastern Lady Lions

The Southern Miss Lady Eagles women’s basketball team (1-1) took on the Southeastern Louisiana University Lady Lions (0-1) from Hammond, Louisiana, Nov. 13. Coming off a tough loss against the No. 10 ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs, the Lady Eagles looked to improve their record to 2-1.
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