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USM sports through the decade

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

Southern Miss falls in final home game

The Golden Eagles (7-4, 5-2 C-USA) fell to the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (7-4, 5-2 C-USA) in a final home conference matchup 28-10.

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.

Stout Southern Miss defense shuts down UAB offense

The Golden Eagles defeated UAB 37-2.

Punter from down under shares American experience

Growing up in Australia, Matt Bromell spent his childhood playing tennis, basketball and Australian football. Now, he's the Southern Miss punter.

Southern Miss undefeated in conference play

The Southern Miss Golden Eagles (4-2,2-0 C-USA) took on the North Texas Mean Green (2-4, 1-1 C-USA) at M.M. Roberts Stadium for homecoming on Oct. 12.

Southern Miss vs. UTEP photo gallery

View a gallery of photos from the Southern Miss vs. UTEP game.

Abraham slings the Golden Eagles to 3-2 season

The Golden Eagles defeated the UTEP Miners 31-13 on Sept. 29 for the first conference matchup of the season.
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