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Seniors Foster, May end regular season home dates at MSU

February 27, 2014

Mississippi State seniors Candace Foster, left, and Katia May, background, will be recognized prior to the tip of tonight's final regular season home game against Kentucky. (SDN file photo)

Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer said his program has been enriched by the presence of Cadance Foster and Kaita May.
The two seniors will play their final regular season home games tonight when the Bulldogs host the 12th-ranked Kentucky Wildcats.
May has been the starting point guard throughout the season for MSU, while Foster has been a valuable piece to the puzzle on and off the court.
Schaefer has often said that the Bulldogs couldn't have a practice without Foster.
t"It's a credit to that kid," Schaefer said. "We went and got a couple of kids like her in Dominique (Dillingham) and Savannah (Carter) that bring that energy and juice that you've got to have. Her value to our team is on so many fronts.

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