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Baseball finds rhythm despite injuries

For 256 days, loyal Southern Miss fans have waited for the baseball drought to end. On Feb. 14-16, the Golden Eagles swept Murray State for their home opener.

Pete Taylor Park debuts new field

Since its construction in 1984, 1,143 games have been played at Pete Taylor Park. Over the past 36 years, the facility has undergone multiple improvements, including a new outfield wall in 2016 and a performance center in 2015.

Dozier becomes first Golden Eagle, World Series Champion

In the fall of 2006, Brain Dozier packed his bags to leave his home in Fulton to further his academic and athletic career at the University of Southern Mississippi. Thirteen years later, Dozier became a World Series champion with the Washington Nationals.

Golden Eagles search for next conference title

Four hundred ninety-one strikeouts, 396 runs batted in, 67 homeruns, 40 wins, one conference title; looking at the numbers, the Southern Miss baseball team had a successful season in 2019. After ending their season in Baton Rouge at their fourth consecutive regional tournament, the Golden Eagles are back and ready for a fifth.

Lady Eagles host Black and Gold invitational

Read about how the Lady Eagle softball team did at the Black and Gold Invitational before they host Southern University Feb. 12.

Kobe Bryant: Legends live forever

e recent tragedy of the helicopter crash that killed nine, including NBA legend, Kobe Bryant, and his daughter, shook the world.

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.”

Predicton: 49ers will win Super Bowl LIV

As the NFL season comes to an end, the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers will fight to decide who will be Super Bowl LIV champions.
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President announces modifications to Fall Semester

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Media students try to stay positive about post-grad future

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