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Women’s tennis remains undefeated with win at Troy

After a rainout at Alabama State on Feb. 15, the Golden Eagles returned to the road to face Troy on Feb. 17. Southern Miss...

Women’s tennis opens season with three consecutive wins

The Southern Miss women’s tennis team started its 2019 spring season at home with a 4-0 win over Florida A&M on Friday, a 4-0...

Serena Williams’ loss shows her humanity

During the 2018 US Open on Sept. 8, the world watched as Serena Williams finally allowed herself to fall apart as she argued with...

Men’s Tennis earns win over DePaul

The Southern Miss men’s tennis team earned its tenth home win of the season after defeating DePaul University 6-1 in Hattiesburg on March 22. In...

Southern Miss women’s tennis sweeps West Alabama

Southern Miss women’s tennis picked up its third win of the season sweeping West Alabama, 6-0. The Golden Eagles battled rain, cold and windy conditions...

USM defeats William Carey on Senior Day

The Lady Eagles improved to 14 - 7 after they defeated William Carey on senior day, 6 - 1. The Lady won all the singles...

Women’s tennis shuts out UAB, 4-0

The Lady Eagles tennis team shut out C-USA foe UAB on Saturday, giving them four straight shutouts on the season and their first against...

Tennis sweeps Jackson State, 7-0

The Lady Eagles tennis team swept Jackson State for a second time this season, with only two matches going to three sets. Alex Kitchen led...
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