Saturday, November 12, Bulldog Sports Links

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

Bulldog Baseball

WASHINGTON - Citing a lack of sufficient evidence, the House Government Reform Committee concluded Thursday it could not pursue perjury charges against former Baltimore Oriole Rafael Palmeiro. But the panel's chairman stopped short of exonerating the Mississippi State alumnus, saying the committee had received evidence that was "confusing and contradictory in many respects" in an investigation that began Aug. 1 when Major League Baseball announced Palmeiro had tested positive for steroids.
No perjury charges for Palmeiro
The Clarion-Ledger

Bulldog Basketball (Men's)

CLEVELAND -- While Lawrence Roberts performed on the court, providing validation for perhaps being overlooked in the draft, a guy sitting courtside shook his head with affirmation.
Hardworking Roberts showing he belongs
The Commercial Appeal

STARKVILLE - It's no accident that Mississippi State coach Rick Stansbury scheduled two exhibition games this season. And it's by design that the first one was open to the fans and that the second one will be, too.
Bulldogs' exhibition needs change with inexperience
The Clarion-Ledger

Bulldog Basketball (Women's)

ELON, N.C. - Former Lady Bulldog Ann Lashley, 40, succumbed to her battle with cancer, passing away on Thursday, Nov. 10. Lashley lettered at State in women's basketball from 1984-88, tallying 1,086 points during her four-year career. She was entering her 12th season as the associate head coach for the women's basketball team under head coach Brenda Paul, a former Lady Bulldog head coach.
Former Lady Bulldog Ann Lashley passes away
The Starkville Daily News

Bulldog Track & Field

It came down to a last-minute decision for Starkville All-American Santana Lowery, but the newest member of the Mississippi State track team said she is extremely happy with her choice.
Starkville's Santana Lowery will be a ‘Bulldog'
The Starkville Daily News

Bulldog Volleyball

ATHENS, Ga. - The 2005 Mississippi State Volleyball Bulldogs made several entries in the MSU record book Friday night, turning back Georgia's Bulldogs in a five-game thriller that insured MSU its first SEC Tournament berth since 1998. State (15-10, 6-9 SEC) bested Georgia (28-30, 30-27, 30-17, 20-30, 15-13) before 903 fans at UG's Ramsey Center, earning the No. 7 seed in next week's SEC Tournament in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and setting a school record with its sixth conference win.
State nails down SEC tourney berth
The Starkville Daily News

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