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Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review (April 14-20, 2015)

Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review

April 14-20, 2015

Men's Tennis

- Ole Miss downed No. 22 Vanderbilt 4-1 to advance to the SEC Tournament semifinals for the 16th time in program history.

- The Rebels rallied to take the doubles point and then got straight set wins from Stefan Lindmark, Gustav Hansson and the clincher from William Kallberg.

- Lindmark won his seventh in a row and ninth SEC match of the year in the Vanderbilt win.

- The Rebels lost a tight 4-1 decision to No. 5 Georgia in the semifinals. The Bulldogs clinched the win at No. 5 singles winning a three-setter. When play was stopped, the Rebels were up in both remaining matches at three and six.

- Junior Stefan Lindmark was named to the SEC All-Tournament Team. He won both his singles and doubles matches on Friday to help the Rebels advance to the semifinals.

Women's Tennis

- Ole Miss shut out No. 20 Kentucky 4-0 in the second round of the SEC Championship to advance to the quarterfinals.

- The win over Kentucky avenged an earlier 4-3 loss to the Wildcats in the regular season.

- In the quarterfinals, the Rebels lost to No. 3 Florida 4-0 and are now 15-10 overall on the season.

- Senior Julia Jones won her 28th match in the win over Kentucky and needs just two more to become the 10th player in school history to post 30 wins in a season.

Men's Golf

- Ole Miss finished 9th at the SEC Championship, its best finish at the event since 2012

- Junior Forrest Gamble finished tied for 11th, his best finish of the season

- The Rebels await a potential NCAA Championships bid, which would be the program's first since 2011

Softball

- Madi Osias was named SEC Pitcher of the Week after going 3-0 with an 0.82 ERA last week in an undefeated week for the Rebels.

- Ole Miss has set new program marks for home runs (38), triples (12) and stolen bases (80) with the performance of the past week.

- The Rebels have hit 26 wins on the year, marking the third most wins in a season in program history - four shy of the school record.

Track & Field

- Five school records and two meet records highlighted the Ole Miss Rebels' best weekend of the 2015 outdoor season to date at the Virginia Challenge in Charlottesville.

- Ole Miss athletes produced a total of 19 new marks that rank among the top 10 in school history, including several of those that place Rebel athletes among the top 20 or 25 in the nation this year. Ole Miss won two events and placed runners-up in four more on the weekend.

- The two men's school records were Craig Engels in the 1500m (3:40.28) and Dempsey McGuigan in the hammer throw (215-1).

- The three women's school records were Brooke Feldmeier in the 800m (2:05.29), the 4x100m relay squad of Nicole Henderson, Shannon Ray, Khadijah Suleman and Jhorden hunter (44.11) and Fabia McDonald in the heptathlon (5,736).

- Branden Greene set a meet record in his men's high jump victory (7-1), while the women's 4x100m relay also established a meet record in its triumph.

Baseball

- The Rebels finished the week with a 2-2 mark to remain a .500 overall record for the season (20-20) as well as 8-10 in SEC play. To begin the week, sophomore Colby Bortles hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and senior Sikes Orvis added another as Ole Miss soared past UT Martin on Wednesday afternoon.

- With his grand slam and solo home run, Bortles became the first Rebel to record a multi-homer game since his teammate Orvis accomplished the feat against Missouri, March 22, 2014. The Oviedo, Fla. native hit his second grand slam over a three-game stretch, increasing his season home run total to six.

- Orvis completed the back-to-back homers with his eighth of the season. The senior first baseman reached base four times on the afternoon by also drawing three walks at the dish. 

- Senior Sam Smith earned the victory on the mound, going six innings and allowing just one run on four hits. The start was Smith's 50th of his career, tying Kenny Carlyle for second in Ole Miss history.

- After waiting out a two-hour rain delay, the Rebels dropped a 3-1 decision to Auburn in the first game of the weekend series Friday night. 

- Closing out the series, the Rebels split a Saturday afternoon doubleheader with Auburn. Ole Miss got three hits apiece from sophomores J.B. Woodman and Errol Robinson, while senior Austin Knight knocked in a career-high four runs in a 7-2 victory in game one. 

- The Rebel sluggers smacked 13 hits, and the Ole Miss arms limited Auburn to just two runs, leaving 13 Tigers stranded on the base path. Bortles and Golsan added multi-hit games, combining for three RBI. Bortles increased his hitting streak to eight games, while also reaching base for the 17th-straight contest. 

- The reigning SEC Co-Pitcher of the Week, senior Scott Weathersby (2-1) tossed 2.1 innings of relief and gave up one run while striking out three Tigers to earn his second win in as many appearances. The one run given up ended the Ole Miss bullpen's scoreless streak at 25.1 innings.

- Sophomore Wyatt Short pitched the final 2.2 innings to shut the door on Auburn and earn his team-leading sixth save of the season. Short has now allowed just one run in his last 12 appearances, spanning 21.2 innings. The southpaw has an impressive 0.67 ERA this season.

Women's Golf

- The Ole Miss golf team closed out the 2014-15 campaign at the SEC Championship. Ole Miss closed the weather-plagued tournament in 14th place with a three-day score of 925.

- Freshman Sofia Idoyaga (Buenos Aires, Argentina) led the Rebels throughout the weekend finishing tied for 33rd place with a score of 225 (74-76-74), which is a new 54-hole low for the freshman.

- The SEC Championship marked the final collegiate tournaments for seniors Taelor Rubin and Stani Schiavone. 

- Highlights from the 2014-15 season include winning the Memphis and Samford Intercollegiates, two top-5 finishes and two top-10 finishes. 

Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review (March 24-30, 2015)

Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review

March 24-30, 2015

Women's Basketball

-The Ole Miss women's basketball team saw its record setting season some to a close with a loss to Middle Tennessee in the third round of the WNIT. The Rebels closed the season with a 19-14 mark, the best record since 2006-07 and reached the postseason for the first time since 2009-10. 

-Ole Miss' Tia Faleru concluded her decorated career with 1440 career points and 851 career rebounds. She ranks No 13 on Ole Miss' all-time scorers list. She also closed her career with 34 career double-doubles which ranks fifth all-time. 

Softball

- Ole Miss improved to 21-13 on the year and 5-7 in the Southeastern Conference this past week, going undefeated in four games to run its current active win streak to six consecutive games. 

- The Rebels posted a series sweep of the Arkansas Razorbacks, moving to five-straight wins in SEC play after the series win over No. 24 Mississippi State last weekend. 

- The series sweep at Arkansas was the first of a three-game series in SEC play for the Rebels since the 2012 season when Ole Miss closed the year with three-game sweep of South Carolina at home. 

- The sweep of the Razorbacks also marked the first three-game series sweep on the road in SEC play for the Rebels since the 2005 season when Ole Miss closed the season with a three-game sweep of Arkansas on the road. 

- Senior 3B Allison Brown was named SEC Player of the Week after leading the Rebels to a three-game series sweep at Arkansas. Brown paced the Rebels at the plate, batting at a .778 clip against the Razorbacks and did not strike out through four games on the week while posting an .800 on base percentage on the week. She also hit a three-run home run in a game-one win and drove in the game-tying run to set up an extra-inning win in game two against the Razorbacks.

- Junior RHP Madi Osias picked up all three wins on the weekend - two of them in relief - to improve her season record to 6-7 in the circle. 

- Freshman 1B Alex Schneider moved into the team lead in home runs as she notched her seventh of the season.

- Ole Miss has now hit 31 home runs on the year, passing last year's home run total in only 34 games played. Ole Miss has also stolen more bases this year (67) than the squad attempted all season in 2014.

Baseball

- After claiming a series against No. 1 Florida, Ole Miss did not continue the momentum, going 1-4 last week. 

- Along with their services behind the plate, catchers Austin Knight and Henri Lartigue led the Ole Miss bats throughout the week as the duo combined to hit .444. Knight had a weekly batting average of .455 with the help of tying his career high in hits versus Arkansas in the series finale. The senior went 3-for-4 at the plate with one double and a RBI. Lartigue posted an average of .429 throughout the week

- Speaking of personal bests, Cameron Dishon had a career night at the plate in the Rebels' win over Arkansas. Dishon led Ole Miss with a career-high three hits, including a solo home run for his second of the season. The Ole Miss right fielder crossed the plate twice and recorded a pair of RBI, knocking in the game's first run as well as his own on his blast to left field. 

- Brady Bramlett allowed two runs on seven hits and a pair of walks, while also striking out five Razorbacks, to earn the victory on the mound. Sophomore Colby Bortles also contributed to the win, hitting his third homer of 2015 in what ended up being the game-winning run. 

- In the series finale, junior college transfer Connor Cloyd recorded the first RBI base hit of his Ole Miss career. 

- One night after earning the save and sealing a Rebels' victory, sophomore Wyatt Short pitched 2.2 innings and allowed one run on two hits in relief. The solo home run surrendered by Short ended an impressive stretch for the southpaw as it was the first time he gave up a run over 13.1 innings in seven appearances. 

- Throughout the series against Arkansas, freshman Kyle Watson was the Rebels' first baserunner in all three games by drawing a walk in the second inning of each contest.

Women's Golf

-Ole Miss claimed its first tournament title since wining the Johnie Imes Invitational in 2008 by winning the 2015 Samford Invitational with a three-roud score of 907. Ole Miss was led by senior Stani Schiavone who claimed her first career tournament title with a 7-under par 65 in the final round. Alison Hovatter took runner-up honors.

-Schiavone become the second Ole Miss player to take medalist honors a the Samford Invitational joining teammate Abby Newton who won the Memphis FedEx Intercollegiate in the fall. Schiavone's final round 65 was a new 18-hole career low and was the lowest round for a Rebel this season. 

-For her efforts Schiavone was named SEC Women's Golfer of the Week. It as her first career accolade and the first SEC honor for Ole Miss since Abby Newton was named SEC Freshman of the Week in 2013. 

Track & Field

- Ole Miss won five event victories at the Yellow Jacket Invitational in Atlanta this past weekend, the second meet of the 2015 outdoor season.

- The Rebel men were led by victories from Jalen Miller in the 100 meters, Robert Semien in the 110-meter hurdles and Adam Aguirre in the high jump. The women added titles from Brooke Feldmeier in the 1500 meters and the 4x100-meter relay team.

- Despite resting several normal contributors, the Rebels added a few more veteran players to the mix than they had in the season opener in Tuscaloosa. The results were favorable, as Ole Miss posted 10 more top-three event finishes in addition to the five victories.

- Rebel men who rank among the NCAA's top 30 are Miller in the 100m (26th, 10.50), Semien in the 110m hurdles (20th, 14.21), Aguirre in the high jump (T-28th, 6-10.75), Branden Greene in the high jump (T-28th, 6-10.75) and Nathan Loe in the hammer throw (25th, 202-3).

- Rebel women who rank among the NCAA's top 30 are Jhorden Hunter in the 100m (19th, 11.69), Shannon Ray in the 100m (30th, 11.74), the 4x100m relay (7th, 44.73), Kierra White in the long jump (16th, 19-10.25) and Fabia McDonald in the long jump (20th, 19-8.25).

Men's Tennis

- The Rebels went 1-2 last week, losing a close match at Mississippi State and then rallying to beat No. 24 LSU 4-3 before dropping the final match of the road trip to No. 9 Texas A&M.  The Rebels enter the final two weeks of SEC regular season play at 13-6 overall and 5-3 in the SEC.

- Senior Nik Scholtz saved six match points against LSU to clinch the victory and hand the Tigers their first home loss of the season.  He improved to 11-3 at No. 1 singles and is now one win away from his 80th career victory.

- Junior Stefan Lindmark continued his impressive play.  He won in straight sets at LSU to remain undefeated in the SEC at 6-0 and is 10-3 at No. 2 singles.  He needs just two more wins to get to 20 this year.

Women's Tennis

- Playing without their No. 2 player, the Rebels lost a pair of matches at home to LSU and No. 15 Texas A&M by a 4-2 score to fall to 13-7 overall and 3-7 in the SEC.

- Senior Julia Jones won both her matches to improve to 25-7 overall this year, 15-4 at No. 1 singles.  She earned her 15th nationally ranked win on Sunday and also her 98th career win. She needs just two more to join the 100-club.

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    Tiffany J. Moore said:

    This is amazing with what he have done so far! Hope that he'll achieve more in the future!

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    Fiftyyears fan said:

    How can you have five straight top 25 recruiting classes and look as bad as Ole Miss has this year. Easy lack of coaching fundamentals. Look at Mason at Vandy, nothing but 2 and 3 star recruits out of high school and he developers players that want to win. Hugh freeze has 3, 4 & 5 recruits and he expects them to win because of what they were in High School. Mr. Freeze you have not been teaching the fundamentals of football or winning in life. Mr. Freeze you have quit on your players because you have some false expectations of what they are instead of what you can develop in them. Either do your job or quit. Oh yea, please quit running your smoke and mirrors offense, everyone has figured it out. Run a physical offense that can open up holes for your running backs and then your pass attack want require 12 are 14 four and five star receivers. Mr. Freeze you have problems and you need to know that you are not smarter than the rest of the coaches in the SEC.

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    Not every pass can be caught. Too low, too short whatever. Not every Kelly pass is perfect. Records were broken by receivers also. But they sre not going to catch every ball thrown. The loss to Auburn was not one players fault. You win or lose as a team.

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