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Of all the divisions in Major League Baseball, few, if any, can compare to the American League East. The teams, players and history stand alone among others as perhaps the most famous, or infamous, in the league. With a storied past and unparalleled wealth in the owners’ pockets, the competition is...

As the final buzzer sounded Tuesday night at The Pavilion, what came to a close was not only the contest with Georgia Tech, but another season of Ole Miss...

The No. 11 Ole Miss baseball team used a two-out rally to score six runs in the sixth inning on its way to a 9-6 victory over No. 19 Kentucky Thursday night at Cliff Hagan Stadium. With the win, the Rebels (15-7, 3-1 SEC) snapped the Wildcats’ (16-7, 3-1 SEC) eight-game winning streak and gave them their first loss in conference play. The Ole Miss offense came alive...

Ole Miss tennis finished off a three-match home stand Thursday afternoon with a 4-0 win over SEC rival Auburn, improving its record to 7-6. On a clear,...

Teammates welcome Elantra Cox into the dugout after she makes it back to home plate. Rebels defeated Bulldogs 2-0 Wednesday. In a low-scoring affair, Ole...

With spring training in full swing, Ole Miss football is focused on football. Despite setbacks, primarily the NCAA’s notice of allegations regarding...

Run production and offense have come and gone like the common cold for Ole Miss in this young 2017 season. The Rebels came out of the gate sprinting with...

The Ole Miss Rebels are getting back into the flow of things after a week off for spring break. “I’m not much into excuses right now that they give;...

Tuesday night’s quarterfinal matchup with Georgia Tech was microcosmic of the 2016-2017 campaign for the Rebels. Coming into the game, Ole Miss had built...

Memphis sophomore Jonathan Bowlan stifled the Ole Miss offense on Tuesday night. The right-hander tossed eight innings of scoreless baseball before surrendering...