Blayze Berry drove in the lone run for the Patriots in the third inning.
Aniya Saddler scored 18 points and had seven steals, and her sister Mashanti Saddler had a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds.
The Bulldogs (11-2) took care of business and rebounded from yesterday's loss to Oregon.
The Panthers (24-0) stayed alive in the postseason with a 56-45 home win over Lumberton on Friday.
Arthur Phillips, Kameron Wright, Axel Phillips and Isaac Clardy formed the winning team for Swim Columbus.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State's bats connected with nothing but air for the majority of Friday's weekend series opener against Oregon State at Dudy Noble Field.
The Eagles' next matchup is at home against Charlotte at 4 p.m. Saturday in Hattiesburg.
The Lions women (21-2, 12-0 MACJC North division) beat Northeast handily, but the men's team fell to the Tigers.
The Owls men edged the Ambassadors 71-70, while the women won their game 67-61.
The freshman scored nine of her season-high 34 points in OT and the ninth-ranked Bulldogs rallied from a 14-point deficit.
The Bulldogs shut out unranked Oregon State in their first game Thursday but lost to Oregon in their second contest.
Head coach Chris Lemonis said that Ginn, last season's National Freshman of the Year, felt pain as he warmed up for a scheduled bullpen session Tuesday. Ginn will not pitch this weekend and is being evaluated by doctors.
"I think this is our best win of the year," Bulldogs coach Ben Howland said.
Harrington scored 24 points to help the Raiders advance.
Behind a big third quarter along with the shooting of Reid Huskison, the Patriots were able to hold off the Hawks.
Servideo sent a pitch over the wall in right center field to give the 15th-ranked Rebels (3-1) the extra-inning win after Alcorn State tied the game in the top of the ninth and threatened to take the lead.
If Mississippi State has a late-season surge in store, it'll begin Thursday at Auburn (9-14, 3-9 SEC).
Freshman Reed Trimble doubled home a pair of runs in the bottom of the ninth to lift Southern Miss to a 6-5 non-conference baseball victory over New Orleans at Pete Taylor Park/Hill Denson Field Tuesday night.
For the second game in a row, Missouri's Xavier Pinson and Dru Smith carried the team's offense.
The West Lowndes girls basketball team kept its undefeated season alive with ease Tuesday, dispatching Stringer 83-19 in the first round of the MHSAA Class 1A playoffs in Columbus.