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Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review (March 31-April 6, 2015)

Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review

March 31-April 6, 2015

Baseball

- Ole Miss finished the week with a 2-2 mark to remain a .500 overall record for the season (16-16). 

- The Rebels claimed a midweek victory over Memphis before dropping its first home weekend series of the year by losing two-of-three to Tennessee. In the two victories, Ole Miss rallied from three-run deficits due to clutch hitting. 

- Against Memphis, the Rebels went 6-for-17 at the dish with runners on base for a .353 clip. With two outs, Ole Miss went 7-for-15 (.467) throughout the game. 

- The trend continued to the next game, a Friday night win over Tennessee. As a team, the Rebels were 6-for-14 with two outs, 7-for-20 with runners on and 4-for-11 with runners in scoring position, scoring five of their 10 runs with two outs in the inning. Ole Miss also finished with a season high for runs (10) and hits (13) in a Southeastern Conference game this season. 

- Freshman leadoff hitter Will Golsan recorded three hits, tying his career high, in both of the wins to lead the Rebels, including a career-high four RBI in Friday's victory over Tennessee. 

- Junior left-hander Christian Trent earned the win over UT to improve to 5-2 on the season. He went 6.0 innings strong, giving up three runs and scattering seven hits with two walks and five. Senior Sikes Orvis homered in the win, the seventh of the season and 25th of his career. 

- Golsan ended the week with a .412 average at the plate. Sophomore J.B. Woodman also had a solid week by batting .467. Woodman scored six of the Rebels' 22 runs, including a solo homer in the top of the ninth at Memphis to give the Rebels an important insurance run. Woodman tied Golsan for the team lead in hits throughout the week. 

- Junior Connor Cloyd also produced at the dish when called upon to fill in as the team's designated hitter. In two games, Cloyd smacked multiple hits in each contests for the first two multi-hit games of his Ole Miss career. Cloyd scored three runs on Friday night to match his season total. 

- On Saturday, junior Mitchel Babb pitched a career-high 3.1 innings without allowing a run and striking out four to surpass his season strikeout total in one game. 

- Sophomore Wyatt Short appeared out of the bullpen in three of the four games and did not allow a run. Short saved both of the Rebels' wins before pitching the retiring all four batters he faced in the final game of the week on Sunday. 

- Short allowed just one hit, limiting opposing hitters to a .083 average at the plate. Short now has a 3-1 record, five saves and an impressive 0.81 ERA as well as 27 strikeouts, only seven walks and just two earned runs over 22.1 innings (13 appearances).

Men's Tennis

- Ole Miss won both its matches last week, shutting out Tennessee and Kentucky to close out the regular season home schedule at 10-1. The Rebels improved to 15-6 overall and 7-3 in the SEC.

- The Rebels have now won six straight against Tennessee, while snapping a six-match losing streak to Kentucky.

- Senior Nik Scholtz went 3-0 in singles and doubles in his last regular season homestand, including team with Zvonimir Babic to clinch the doubles point against Tennessee with a win over the No. 2 team in the nation.  Scholtz has now won 21 of his last 22 home matches.

- Stefan Lindmark clinched the win over Tennessee to improve to 12-3 at No. 2 singles and remain undefeated in the SEC at 7-0.

- Freshman Grey Hamilton made his SEC singles debut against Kentucky and won in straight sets to give the Rebels a 2-0 lead.

Women's Tennis

- Ole Miss split a pair of matches on the road, losing to No. 5 Georgia 4-0 and then shutting out Tennessee 4-0 to improve to 12-9 overall and 4-8 in the SEC.

- Senior Julia Jones clinched the win over Tennessee and picked up her 99th career victory. She needs just one more to become the seventh player in school history to join the 100-club.

- The Rebels have now won two straight and three of four against Tennessee.

- The Rebels have now posted three shutouts in SEC play this year.

Track & Field

- Ole Miss had a great weekend at the Tiger Track Classic in Auburn in a performance that head coach Brian O'Neal called a "complete meet."

- Overall, the Rebels earned three event titles, set one school record and posted several marks that rank among the NCAA's best this outdoor season.

- Phillip Young won the triple jump and long jump on the Plains. His triple jump of 52-2.75 ranks him No. 9 in the NCAA this year. His wind-assisted long jump of 25-4.75 (+5.3 wind) would have ranked him fourth nationally if not for the wind reading over the allowable +4.0.

- Dameon Morgan claimed the 800-meter title in 1:51.04.

- True freshman Shannon Ray had a breakout performance in the 100 meters, running 11.41 (first among collegians) to rank No. 2 in school history and sixth in the nation this season. She also helped the 4x100-meter relay team to a runner-up finish in 44.8, just off their season best of 44.73 that ranks them top 10 in the nation.

- Redshirt-freshman Dempsey McGuigan set a school record in the men's hammer throw in his first official outdoor competition as a Rebel, heaving the hammer 212 feet and 7 inches. That ranks him 14th nationally this year.

- Jalen Miller placed third overall and first among collegians in the men's 100 meters with a season-best time of 10.38 that ranks him 19th in the country this year.

- Kierra White placed fourth in the women's long jump with a season-best leap of 20-1 that ranks her 20th in the country.

Women's Golf

- The Ole Miss women's golf team hosted the seventh annual Rebel Intercollegiate April 3-5. Ole Miss placed ninth with a three-day score of 896 (298-295-303--896) in its annual tournament which closed the regular season for the Rebels. 

- Sophomore Maria Toennessen had a great weekend, posting a 54-hole career low of 216 and in opening round action carded a 70 for her 18-hole career low. Toennesssen competed as an individual but was the Rebels top finisher on the weekend, placing eighth for her first top 10 finish. 

- Freshman Sofia Idoyaga also had a great weekend. The Argentine carded back-to-back rounds of 73 in the second and third rounds, which tied her career low for 18 holes. Additionally,  her 54-hole score of 225 is a new career low for the freshman. 

Softball

- Ole Miss' Allison Brown continued to play well for the Rebels in the weekend series at No. 2 LSU, hitting her fifth home run of the season and bringing the season total to 32 for the squad. 

- Ole Miss has passed several marks from the 2014 season with 19 games left in the season. The Rebels have hit 32 home runs, passing last season's total of 30 home runs on the year. 

- Ole Miss has also broken the mark for steals a year ago, successfully nabbing 69 bases in 2015 after only attempting 60 steals a year ago. 

- The Rebels have posted 22 wins, matching last year's win total and the five wins in SEC play bests last year's three-game win total in conference play and is one shy of totaling the win mark in SEC play over the previous two seasons.

Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review (Jan. 6-12, 2015)

Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review

Jan. 6-12, 2015

Women's Basketball

- Ole Miss went 2-0 on the week with a road win at Florida and a win at home against Alabama, moving to 13-4 overall and 3-1 in SEC action while winning back-to-back SEC games for the first time since 2011-12. 

- Ole Miss' win at Florida snapped a 14-game SEC road losing streak and gave Ole Miss it's first SEC road win since Jan 5, 2013,  an 88-81 win also in Gainesville. 

- Ole Miss' 13-4 start is the best start since 2006-07 when Ole Miss opened the season 16-4 and advanced to the Elite Eight while Ole Miss' 3-1 SEC start is the best since 2009-10 when the Rebels opened up 4-1 

- Tia Faleru extended her double-double streak to five straight games with 16 points and 12 rebounds against Florida, the longest double-double streak for an Ole Miss player since Nikki Byrd in 2011 and was the longest double-double streak in Faleru's career. 

- A'Queen Hayes posted her first career double-double against Florida with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Her 15 points tied her career high and the 10 rebounds was a new career high.  

- The two Ole Miss double-doubles against Florida marked the first time Ole Miss has had two double-doubles since the Baylor game in 2013-14

- Gracie Frizzell, Ole Miss' resident sharp shooter, set a new single-game and Tad Smith record with a career-best eight three-pointers in Ole Miss' win over Alabama.  Frizzell's eight three-pointers is the most in the SEC to date and was three off the SEC single-game record. Frizzell set career-highs in points (24), three-point FG's (8) and extended her consecutive games with a three-pointer to eight straight games. 

- As a squad, Ole Miss posted a season-high 10 triples, the most since knocking down 11 against Missouri in the SEC opener in 2013-14. 

Men's Basketball

- Ole Miss posted a 1-1 mark last week to open SEC play after a loss at Kentucky Tuesday and a win over South Carolina Saturday at home. 

- Junior guard Stefan Moody scored 25 points and senior guard Jarvis Summers added 23 for the Rebels, who outscored Kentucky 30-26 in the paint and controlled the boards for much of the game, before falling to No. 1 Kentucky 89-86 in overtime. 

- Summers led all scorers with 20 points, while Moody added 16 points, all in the second half, as Ole Miss rolled over South Carolina 65-49. 

- For Summers, it was his third 20-point game in his last four games, his team-leading sixth 20-point game of the season. 

- The Rebels shot 41 percent from the floor, but they were 7-of-14 from 3-point range and 18-of-22 from the free-throw line and committed just 10 turnovers.

- Defensively, the Rebels held South Carolina (9-5, 0-2 SEC) to a season-low 49 points and forced 15 turnovers, turning them into 17 points. 

- Ole Miss continues to lead the nation in free throw percentage, hitting .791 of its attempts.

Track & Field

- Sophomore Jalen Miller clocked the world's two fastest 60-meter times in 2015 to lead Ole Miss in a dominating season opener at the Gene Edmonds Invite in West Lafayette, Indiana, on Saturday.

- After running a 6.57 in the prelims, Miller clocked a 6.56 in the final to claim the world's fastest time this year by five hundredths of a second. He set a personal best that is just one hundredth of a second off Mike Granger's school record and also established a meet and facility record at Purdue's indoor track.

- All told, the Rebels won nine events and broke two school records in addition to Miller's sensational short sprinting.

- The Rebel men won all but three events in which they competed and claimed victory in every individual running event in which they lined up an athlete.

- Senior Dameon Morgan established a school record in the men's 600 meters with his time of 1:18.48, breaking Thomas Johnson's record that had stood since 1991.

- In her first race in the Red and Blue, freshman Brooke Feldmeier surged past some high-level competitors to win the women's 600 in a school-record time of 1:28.42, which leads the nation this year. The previous record of 1:29.63 was set by Sofie Persson in 2011.

- After the opening weekend of 2015 competition, the following men rank top 10 in the NCAA: Miller (1st in 60m, 6.56), Darryl Brown (9th in 200m, 21.42), Robert Semien (7th in 60mH, 7.90) and Phillip Young (3rd in TJ, 51-0.75).

Men's Tennis

- The Rebels began the spring season at the Florida Gulf Coast University Invitational this past weekend and picked up 23 wins in singles and doubles against TCU, Rice and FGCU.

- Senior William Kallberg and freshman Gustav Hansson finished 5-1 in doubles, including a win over the No. 15 ranked team in the country. They are now 8-2 on the year.

- Junior Stefan Lindmark and sophomore Ricardo Jorge also posted a big win in doubles, defeating the No. 20 ranked team in the nation.

- The Rebels got some big news this past week off the court, as reigning SEC Player of the Week Nik Scholtz announced he is returning for his senior season.  The three-time All-American will join the team when school starts and will seek to become the first four-time All-American in the history of the program.

Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review (Nov. 24-30, 2014)

Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review

Nov. 24-30, 2014

Football

- No. 18 Ole Miss won the annual "Egg Bowl" rivalry 31-17 over No. 4 Mississippi State in front of another sold-out crowd at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Saturday afternoon.

- The Rebels finish the regular season with nine wins for the first time since 2003.

- This was the third win over a ranked opponent in 2014, the most in the regular season since 1969.

- Already without Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss lost fellow wideout Vince Sanders in the second quarter, and a banged-up Bo Wallace behind a banged-up offensive line posted 532 total yards (2nd-most in SEC play this year) and 205 rushing yards (most in SEC play this year).

- Jaylen Walton rushed for a career-high 148 yards, including a highlight-reel 91-yard touchdown, and Evan Engram helped fill the void in the receiving corps with a career-high 176 receiving yards (fourth-most in a game in Ole Miss history) on five catches.

- The Rebel defense held Mississippi State to a season low-tying 17 points and racked up nine tackles for loss and three sacks, the most the Bulldogs have allowed this season.

- Ole Miss finished the regular season with the nation's No. 1 scoring defense, allowing just 13.8 points per outing.

Men's Basketball

- Ole Miss completed a prefect 2-0 week to capture the inaugural Emerald Coast Classic championship Saturday with a 66-64 win over Cincinnati. 

- Junior guard Stefan Moody scored a career-high 26 points,  including 17 in the second half, as Ole Miss handed Cincinnati its first loss of the season. The Rebels held the Bearcats to just 30.4 percent shooting from the floor including an almost 10-minute stretch with a field goal in the second half. 

- Ole Miss advanced to the championship game with a 75-68 win over No. 23 Creighton in the semifinals. It marked the Rebels' first win over a ranked for since taking down No. 18 Wisconsin the in second round of the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Senior Jarvis Summers led Ole Miss with 23 points, while senior LaDarius White added 18, including 16 in the second half. 

- White is averaging 13.0 ppg during the last five games, all wins for the Rebels, and is shooting 58.9 percent from the field.

Women's Basketball

- The Ole Miss women's basketball team picked up its first in-season tournament victory since 2011-12 and the first of the Matt Insell era by winning the 2014 Nugget Classic Championship. Ole Miss defeated Utah, 52-38, in opening round action and clinched the championship with a 77-65 win over Nevada. 

- Ole Miss' win over Utah marked the first victory for the women's basketball team over a Power Five non-conference foe since defeating Illinois during the 2009-10 season -- that victory also came at an in-season tournament. 

-Toree Thompson had a career-night against Utah, scoring a career-high 23 points against Utah and following that up with 15 points and going 8-of-8 from the free-throw line against Nevada. Her efforts earned her MVP of the 2014 Nugget Classic. She was joined by teammate Tia Faleru who was named to the All-Tournament team. 

-The wins were Ole Miss' first road/neutral-site wins of the 2014-15 season. Prior to the Nugget Classic, Ole Miss' last non-conference road win was at South Alabama on Dec. 16, 2013. The Rebels did defeat Arkansas in a neutral-site game at the SEC Tournament last season.

Volleyball

- Ole Miss finished the first season under head coach Steven McRoberts with a 22-10 overall record, 8-10 in the SEC

- The Rebels posted the best start in school history (14-0), the most wins since the 2007 season and the most SEC wins since the 2010 season 

- The Rebels finished 12-4 at home to equal the most home wins in school history. In the 3-0 win over Georgia, the Rebels posted a school-record .432 attack percentage and ended the year with a school-record .254 percentage.

- Junior middle blocker Nakeyta Clair was named to the All-SEC Team, becoming the first Rebel to earn the honor since former All-American Regina Thomas in 2011. Clair set the single-season record for kills with 366 and moved into eighth on the career list with 818. She finished the year third in the SEC in hitting percentage at .405, which ranks second all-time in a season at Ole Miss.

-  Sophomore setter Aubrey Edie ended the year third in the SEC in assists with 11.30 per set. She set the single-season record at Ole Miss with 1,322 assists and moved into third all-time with 2,271. Her career-high 62 assists in a win at Mississippi State set the single-match record.

- Sophomore Melanie Crow set the single-season record for aces with 42, including a career-high 5 in wins over Alabama and Georgia. In addition, Crow finished second in a season in kills (352) behind Clair's single-season record of 366.

- Freshman Lexi Thompson shined for the Rebels, posting 323 kills, which ranks as the fourth most in a single season and the most by a freshman in school history.

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