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Reese soars to USA long jump title

EUGENE, Ore. — Former Ole Miss All-American and NCAA Champion Brittney Reese continued her dominance at the highest levels of the track and field world when she won the long jump title on the final day of the 2011 USA Outdoor Championships Sunday.

The Gulfport native won her fourth straight U.S. long jump championship with a career-best leap of 7.19 meters (23 feet-7.25 inches) on her final attempt. Her jump is the longest in the world this year by a wide margin and beat the next closest competitor on Sunday by nearly a foot. Reese is the two-defending world champion in the event. (June 27, 2011, Page 6)

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    Cecchini, Hensley make first cut for U-18 Team USA

    BLOG: Ole Miss was well represented at this weekend’s Tournament of Stars baseball tournament held at Thomas Brooks Park, Team USA’s training complex in Cary, N.C. (more…) (June 26, 2011)

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      DT Martin glad to have been redshirted in ’10

      Carlton Martin was used to being in the trenches, battling with opposing linemen to bring down the ball carrier.

      He was accustomed to getting dirty while also getting his way on the gridiron at Madison Central. (more…) (June 24, 2011, Page 6A)

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        Godwin has big hopes for Rebel batters

        Cliff Godwin apparently came away with a good impression of Ole Miss when he visited Oxford while on the LSU coaching staff in 2008.

        During his official introduction on Wednesday as the Diamond Rebels’ next hitting coach, Godwin pointed to his time as a Tiger assistant as to when Ole Miss came on his radar. (June 23, 2011, Page 6)

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          Rebels’ Moore has need for speed in ’11

          Philander Moore can’t touch his toes yet, but he’s getting there.

          During an informal interview with reporters at Ole Miss’ Indoor Practice Facility on Tuesday the former Blinn (Texas) Community College All-American was asked what goals he has for the summer.

          The talented return man/receiver wasted no time replying that he’s looking to gain more flexibility while also adding weight to his frame 5-foot-10 frame. (June 23, 2011, Page 6)

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            Ole Miss QB Club opens season

            The Ole Miss Quarterback Club will hold its annual kick-off meeting on July 29 at the Oxford Conference Center. (more…) (June 23, 2011, Page 7)

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              Godwin officially introduced by Rebels

              After about a week’s worth of well-sourced rumors made the rounds on the Internet over the course of the past week, Ole Miss officially announced the hire of Cliff Godwin as the baseball program’s next hitting coach on Tuesday evening.

              Godwin joins the Rebel coaching staff from Central Florida, where he was the Knights’ associate head coach, hitting coach and recruiting coordinator. (more…) (June 22, 2011, Page 6)

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                Mendoza: Ole Miss has potential

                This week could prove to be a very important one for the Ole Miss softball program. Having just hosted the Southeastern Conference Tournament for the first time in program’s history, and in the midst of a coaching search, the Ole Miss administration has a chance to change the Lady Rebels’ trajectory moving forward. (more…) (June 22, 2011, Page 6)

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                  Coaching search could be nearing an end

                  Ole Miss’ nearly month-long search for its next softball coach may be nearing a conclusion.

                  “We hope to extend an offer  here within the next couple of days and have it wrapped up by the end of the week,” said Ole Miss Senior Executive Associate Athletics Director John Hartwell, who has been leading the search committee since it was announced on May 9 that Missy Dickerson’s contract would not be renewed. (more…) (June 21, 2011, Page 6)

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                    Head has good debut for Dust Devils

                    Former Ole Miss standout Stephen Head had a good debut with the Tri City Dust Devils, the Class A short-season affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, on Sunday. The hitter-turned-pitcher struck out five while allowing just one hit and one walk in three innings.

                    Head is a former second-round draft pick of the Cleveland Indians (2005). (June 20, 2011, Page 9)

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