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Allen: Weights, change of stance pay off for Benintendi

FAYETTEVILLE – Last year, coming to Arkansas from Cincinnati as the National High School Player of the Year, Razorbacks center fielder Andrew Benintendi hit an OK .276 without power — one home run, 27 RBI and 17 stolen bases. 698 more words


Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy agrees to contract extension

OXFORD – On Tuesday, Ole Miss renewed its commitment to its winningest basketball coach in school history.

Rebels coach Andy Kennedy agreed to a contract extension which will keep him in Oxford through 2019, athletics director Ross Bjork announced. 404 more words

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MSU in final spot of SEC Tourney with two series left

STARKVILLE Mississippi State sat at the bottom of the Southeastern Conference after Friday night’s defeat to LSU at Dudy Noble Field.

At that point, seven games remained in MSU’s season to try to make a fifth straight SEC Tournament under John Cohen. 413 more words

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McKinney earns SEC Pitcher of the Week honors

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – A day after throwing a complete-game two-hit shutout to cap a series sweep over Alabama, Arkansas right-handed pitcher Keaton McKinney has earned SEC Pitcher of the Week honors the league office announced on Monday. 203 more words

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USC falls to Auburn 3-0 to lose another SEC series

COLUMBIA – The South Carolina baseball team continued a worrisome trend in its weekend Southeastern Conference series against Auburn.

After winning the opening encounter, thanks to the superior pitching of Friday night starter Jack Wynkoop, the Gamecocks lack of offensive power reared its head Saturday and Sunday. 462 more words

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MSU's 'glimpses' not enough against LSU and the SEC

STARKVILLE The circus continued at Dudy Noble Field on Friday night.

The sprinklers sprayed water on the infield in the third. Mississippi State botched a pickoff play twice, only to recover and tag the runner out in the same inning. 649 more words

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Ole Miss golfer named SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year

OXFORD — Ole Miss’ Forrest Gamble was named the Southeastern Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year by the conferences’ men’s golf coaches, the league office announced Thursday. 210 more words

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