STARKVILLE -- Derek Cody is going to have a difficult time paring the season-ending highlight video for the Mississippi State women's basketball team.
Chad Harrison is an honest man.
Dontae Gray admits he would have preferred to have had a lower profile Tuesday morning.
The Heritage Academy boys basketball team has overcome challenges all season.
Heath Simpson said it isn't his style to rant and to rave during pre-game or halftime speeches.
The Victory Christian Academy boys basketball team challenged Simpson's ways Friday night when it fell behind archrival Tuscaloosa Christian Academy by 11 points at halftime in the semifinals of the Alabama Christian Athletic Association Division I State tournament.
Wade Lawrie is more accomplished that most goalkeepers.
At 6-foot-3, Lawrie has the length and the athleticism to command his goal box. As a senior, he also has the experience from playing soccer across the United States and in two locations in England.
STARKVILLE -- "Spectacular" isn't a word Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer has used very often -- if at all -- this season to describe his team's defense.
STARKVILLE -- The first 3 minutes, 9 seconds packed a history-making punch.
As much as Gary Blair and the Texas A&M Aggies tried, the 36:51 that followed proved to be a prelude to a celebration in the Hump.
The chant started with 1 minute, 47 seconds remaining.
MACON -- Kyree Fields took flight to provide the spark.
All of Megan James' coaches have a story.
STARKVILLE -- Focus has been instrumental to the Mississippi State women's basketball team's success.
STARKVILLE -- Blair Schaefer is fine.
Tatjana Matthews saw plenty of things she plans to work on with the Mississippi University for Women's softball team.
It says something about Vic Schaefer when the Mississippi State women's basketball coach claims to have shown more emotion at times than his players.
The Mississippi University for Women baseball team experienced plenty of firsts last weekend.
STARKVILLE -- The records that have fallen this season don't faze the Mississippi State women's basketball team.
A program-record 26-0 start (12-0 in the Southeastern Conference) has generated a buzz on campus. It also has been satisfying to set an all-time Humphrey Coliseum record crowd of 10,794 for a victory against South Carolina.
Haley Marie Fisackerly knew the change was coming.
When starting goalkeeper Haven Tuggle suffered a foot injury before the first match of the season, Fisackerly figured Heritage Academy coach Tom Velek was going to move her from defense to goalkeeper. After all, she had trained at goalkeeper throughout the summer and was familiar with the position, so it was a natural decision to make to help stabilize the Lady Patriots' defense.
STEENS -- Lawson Studdard doesn't mind the quiet.
Like most schools, Columbus Christian Academy's gym empties after a long day of school and following the practices of the boys and girls basketball teams.
STARKVILLE -- Matthew Mitchell knows Mississippi State better than most coaches.
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