"It was an honor and a privilege to represent Mississippi State in front of almost 100 million homes this past weekend," Stuedeman said. "I would like to thank everyone in the ESPN family for giving me this special opportunity and providing a first-class learning environment for me."
With the network airing all eight Super Regional matchups, the MSU head coach served up detailed analysis on all 16 teams, eight of which she went head-to-head with in 2012. Having been to the Women's College World Series six times as an assistant coach, Stuedeman is no stranger to success in the Super Regional format. Posting a .579 winning percentage in her first season with the Bulldogs, the leader of the Maroon and White hopes one day take Starkville's Team to Oklahoma City, Okla., for the WCWS. History is on her side, as before this season, all three SEC head softball coaches that posted a winning percentage of .575 or better in their first year have gone on to play in at least four WCWS at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium.
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