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After two seasons leading the Ole Miss women’s soccer team offensively, Rafaelle Souza is well on her way to another stellar year for the Lady Rebels. Souza has arguably been the best offensive player for the Lady Rebels since she set foot on campus. In 2011, her first season with the Rebels, she finished...

The Ole Miss basketball team will be without sophomore forward Terry Brutus for the 2013-14 season, as Ole Miss announced that Brutus has torn the ACL...

1. Alabama (2-0, 1-0 SEC, 1st last week) The Crimson Tide defense struggled, but the offense was enough to get out of College Station with a 49-42 win...

There has been much made about the early season struggles the Rebels have faced at the cornerback position, but in the past two weeks, sophomore Mike Hilton...

Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze and his squad enter their first bye week of the 2013 season sitting at 3-0. The bye week comes before a brutal four-game...

Just a little over a year ago there were questions aplenty for the broken Ole Miss football program. It had a new coach, it was trying to rebound from...

AUSTIN, Texas — The No. 25 Ole Miss Rebels weren’t intimidated by the third-largest crowd in Texas school history Saturday night and went into Darrell...

AUSTIN, Texas — Saturday’s 44-23 victory for No. 25 Ole Miss over former national powerhouse Texas in Austin has head coach Hugh Freeze’s program...

FRIDAY: OLE MISS 3, GRAMBLING STATE 0 FORT WORTH, Texas – Ole Miss (5-2) hit at a season-best .419 attacking percentage and cruised to a 3-0 (25-6, 25-12, 25-15) victory over Grambling State (2-8) in the opening match of the TCU Nike/Molten Invitational at the University Rec. Center on the campus of TCU. Ole Miss’ .419 attack percentage is its second highest in the...

FRIDAY: OLE MISS 2, KENNESAW STATE 1 (SID) KENNESAW, Ga. – Mandy McCalla converted her first penalty kick of the season, putting the go-ahead goal...