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Sources: John Cohen to be named MSU's next athletic director

STARKVILLE — Mississippi State’s search for its 17th athletic director concluded at Dudy Noble Field.

MSU baseball coach John Cohen will be the school’s next athletic director, multiple sources told The Clarion-Ledger on Wednesday. 501 more words

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Former MSU Bulldog Hunter Renfroe promoted to Padres

STARKVILLE – Hunter Renfroe received a long overdue call from the San Diego Padres on Tuesday night. The Crystal Springs native was promoted to the big leagues becoming the 57th former Mississippi State Bulldog to accomplish the feat. 167 more words

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Henderson eager to learn about MSU's staff with spots open

STARKVILLE – While the football team prepares for the post Dak Prescott era and Ben Howland welcomes seven new freshmen, John Cohen is adjusting to a revamped baseball staff. 318 more words

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MSU plans to build largest video board in college baseball

STARKVILLE – Mississippi State expects to take its first major step in the renovation of Dudy Noble Field next week. The university announced Thursday that construction on a 2,592-square foot video board is set to begin. 227 more words

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Cohen signs extension through 2020, becomes associate AD

STARKVILLE – John Cohen led Mississippi State to its first regular season baseball championship since 1989 in May. The SEC Coach of the Year signed a four-year contract extension through 2020, athletic director Scott Stricklin announced Friday. 435 more words

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Congratulations are in order...

Most high school baseball teams’ seasons are in the record books; travel baseball teams have issued equipment for summer competition; and tournaments at the college level are either complete or currently wrapping up. 459 more words

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MSU baseball names Mike Brown coordinator of camps

STARKVILLE – John Cohen rounded his baseball staff on Thursday by adding Mike Brown as Mississippi State’s new camps coordinator and volunteer assistant.

Brown joins the Bulldogs after spending the last two seasons with New Mexico State as an assistant coach. 312 more words

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