Before opening Southeastern Conference play this weekend, the Mississippi State softball team (16-3) will face Atlantic Sun member Kennesaw State (10-4) at 3 p.m. on Wednesday at the MSU Softball Field.
After having its schedule shifted due to a Saturday washout, the Mississippi State softball team (16-3) downed Miami (Ohio) and No. 23 Notre Dame on Sunday at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
Due to a heavy amount of rain in and around the central Florida area, Mississippi State softball's (14-3) Saturday games against No. 23 Notre Dame (11-5) and Indiana (3-14) were washed out at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
Now officially halfway through a six-game road swing, the Mississippi State softball team (14-3) fell to No. 11 Minnesota (14-2) and downed Maryland (11-6), respectively, in its Friday doubleheader at the ESPN Wide World of Sports.
In the midst of its first road trip of the 2015 season, the Mississippi State softball team (13-2) will face tough competition with five games over three days, two against top-25 teams, Friday through Sunday at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
In a back-and-forth affair, Mississippi State softball (13-2) could not control a late UAB (10-5) rally as the Bulldogs fell 5-4 in eight innings on Tuesday night at the UAB Softball Field.
With its first 14 games of 2015 having been played at home, Mississippi State softball (13-1) will start a six-game road trip with a mid-week game at UAB (9-5) on Tuesday at 6 p.m. CT at UAB Softball Field.
Picking up where they left off after a Saturday sweep, Mississippi State bats erupted as the Bulldogs defeated Penn State 10-2 in five innings on Sunday at the MSU Softball Field, sealing the three-game sweep.
Even bad weather couldn't stop the Mississippi State softball team today, as by the time heavy rainfall reached Starkville, the Bulldogs had took both games in Saturday's doubleheader vs. Penn State.
Having won 10 of 11 games to start the season, Mississippi State softball will look to keep rolling as it hosts Penn State for a three-game set, starting Saturday at noon CT at the MSU Softball Field.
With help from a three-run home run in the first inning, Mississippi State softball used a hot start to hold off Southeastern Louisiana, 4-3, at the MSU Softball Field on Thursday.
Having played 10 games over eight days to open the season, Mississippi State softball is off to a 9-1 start and will host Southeastern Louisiana at the MSU Softball Field, Thursday.