OMAHA, Neb. — Ole Miss is quickly moving on from its 2-1 loss to Virginia Sunday night in its College World Series opener. (more…) (June 16, 2014)
OMAHA, Neb. — Offense was hard to come by for Ole Miss and Virginia Sunday night. But the Rebels’ arms gave Virginia a few more chances.
Now Ole Miss’ season is on the brink.
Mike Papi delivered a walk-off RBI double in the ninth inning, and Ole Miss dropped its opening game of the College World Series with a 2-1 loss to Virginia in front of 23,393 fans at TD Ameritrade Park. (June 16, 2014, Page 6)
OMAHA, Neb. — Stats don’t always tell the whole story, but they should have been a pretty good indicator of how Ole Miss’ game against Virginia was going to play out.
It’s no surprise Sunday’s College World Series opener for both teams lacked offense for most of the night. In a game that could have gone either way, Virginia came out on top 2-1 (June 16, 2014, Page 6)
Terry League writes to offer some options to consider for paid parking on and around the Oxford Square, while Louisiana-Lafayette fan Darrell Gregory writes to wish the Rebels luck in the College World Series. (June 16, 2014, Page 4)
OMAHA, Neb. — Mike Papi delivered a walk-off RBI double in the ninth inning, and Ole Miss dropped its opening game of the College World Series with a 2-1 loss to Virginia Sunday night at TD Ameritrade Park. (more…) (June 15, 2014)
OMAHA, Neb. — Chris Ellis‘ last outing didn’t go so well. Ole Miss’ ace is just glad he’s getting another chance. (more…) (June 14, 2014)
Ole Miss players and coaches have been swarmed with phone calls, texts and social media messages congratulating them on making it this far. But their focus has now shifted to the business at hand in Omaha.
In 1956, Ole Miss made its first trip to Omaha in school history. While the team did not win the national championship, Buddy Chain managed to leave his mark in the College World Series record books.
Once the news was out on the Ole Miss baseball team’s official Twitter account that the Rebels would be arriving back at Swayze Field at approximately 6 p.m. on Tuesday night from Lafayette, La., third baseman Austin Anderson knew fans would show up. (June 12, 2014, Page 2B)
Editor Don Whitten writes, with a bit of envy, about his three-decade sportswriting career and the lack of a trip to cover Ole Miss in the College World Series. (June 12, 2014, Page 4A)