Wednesday, July 20, 2005 Bulldog Sports Links

Today's Bulldog sports links from around the 'net ...

Bulldog Baseball

OF course, Rafael Palmeiro deserves induction into baseball's Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
Critics' nitpicking doesn't make lick of sense
Clarion Ledger

It is doubtful that most people will remember where they were and what they were doing when Rafael Palmeiro recorded his 3,000th career hit late Friday night.
Krausz Column: Palmeiro's resume now top-notch
Meridian Star

Bulldog Basketball

Rod Barnes was excited. Rick Stansbury was glum. Mark Gottfried was optimistic. And Tubby Smith wasn't even there.
Coaches talk hoops in SEC teleconference
Meridian Star

Bulldog Women's Golf

Two Mississippi State women golfers have been named to the 2004-2005 National Golf Coaches Association Division I All-America Scholar Team. Beth Irwin and Amanda Mathis were among 199 Division I women's collegiate golfers that received the prestigious honor that awards collegiate women golfers who combine great efforts on the golf course with great results in the classroom. The Southeastern Conference placed 19 student-athletes on the team.
Two Lady Bulldog Golfers named to '04-'05 NGCA All-America Scholar Team
Starkville Daily News


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