Mississippi State

The SEC rests its laurels on defense, but is also a battleground for bias

By Gabriella Lewis / April 4, 2024

Dawn Staley: ‘That’s the way I coach. I’m not changing’

South Carolina brings home SEC Tournament title — but not without a fight

By Gabriella Lewis / March 11, 2024

The weekend’s highlights and more from Greenville

In Starkville, Lauren Park-Lane learns what she’s made of

By Gabriella Lewis / March 8, 2024

Park-Lane talks to The Next about the Starkville leg of her journey

Conference title check-ins: Why Stanford’s collapse against Arizona could threaten its March Madness seeding

By Em Adler / February 25, 2024

Projecting the regular season conference winner across high- and mid-majors

Hannah Hidalgo drives to the basket during Notre Dame's game against Connecticut

The Weekly Fast Break: Grind it out time

By Missy Heidrick / January 31, 2024

Hidalgo shines for Irish; Evans elevates North Dakota State

The Weekly Fast Break: Resolutions and conference battles

By Missy Heidrick / January 3, 2024

Jackpot in StarkVegas; Andersen is MAAC-ceptional

Kansas State center Ayoka Lee shoots a fadeaway jump shot over a UNC defender putting a hand in Lee's face.

The Weekly Fast Break: Milestones ahead of the holiday break

By Missy Heidrick / December 20, 2023

Statues, big wins and Huskies on the move

2023-24 SEC preview

By Gabriella Lewis / October 25, 2023

Top transfers, recruiting only make SEC more dangerous

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Mississippi State on a mission as one

By The Next / September 12, 2023

Missy and Bulldogs coach Sam Purcell talk about how the team will follow-up a historic first year

Mississippi State Guard Anastasia Hayes shoots a layup during the 2023 Women’s Basketball NCAA Tournament Second Round Game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Purcell Pavilion in South Bend, Indiana.

‘Talk to me nice’: Sam Purcell, Mississippi State defy odds with bittersweet tournament run 

By Gabriella Lewis / March 22, 2023

Inside an unexpected NCAA tournament run