Victoria Vivians goes for a three-peat on Monday.
For the last two years, the Mississippi State guard has won the Gillom Trophy, which is given to the best women’s college basketball player in the state of Mississippi.
It’s nice to have the luxury of two players of 6-5 in the lineup for the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
Coach Vic Schaefer poses the two biggest centers in the Southeastern Conference with Teaira McCowan and Chinwe Okorie and they’ve been key to MSU’s record-breaking season this year.
It has been a painful season for Mississippi State’s Quinndary Weatherspoon in more ways than one.
The sophomore guard might get a little relief on Monday if he can claim the Howell Trophy, which will be presented at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum in Jackson.
It had been exactly a month since the Mississippi State Bulldogs won a basketball game when they hit the court on Saturday.
After seven-straight losses and weeks worth of frustration, it finally became time for the Bulldogs to bust loose.
It was about answering for the Starkville Academy Volunteers on Saturday.
When the visiting Philadelphia Tornadoes scored a run in the top of the first, the Vols came back with two in the bottom half of the frame.
Mississippi State softball players Reggie Harrison and Caroline Seitz did their part to make sure the Bulldog Slamboree lived up to its name.
Harrison and Seitz both provided the power as the Bulldogs capped off a successful day at Nusz Park with a 6-5 victory over Samford.
As Morgan William watched the film of Mississippi State's loss to Tennessee to end the regular season, she kept thinking the same thing over and over.
"It was like, 'This isn't us. This isn't what got us here,'" William said.