Catching you up on the latest Ole Miss news: Ole Miss baseball gets back in the win column against Memphis while head coach Mike Bianco approaches the all-time win title.
Ole Miss baseball notched a much-needed win on Tuesday night against the Memphis Tigers by a score of 7-2.
After poor back-to-back showings against Texas A&M and Florida, Ole Miss was 1-5 over their last six games entering the contest against Memphis and 2-9 over their last 11 after beginning the year with a hot start.
The Rebels scored early and often in the contest pushing in seven runs on six hits in the first four innings. Ole Miss hit .444 with runners in scoring position on the night. Memphis struggled offensively, utilizing nine total pitchers and only one of their pitchers going for more than an inning.
With the win Ole Miss head coach Mike Bianco is now second all-time for wins by a coach in the SEC, picking up his 871st win as the head coach for the Rebels.
Tonight the Rebels are back in conference play taking on the Arkansas Razorbacks in a series that runs Thursday through Saturday. The game begins at 6:30 p.m. at Swayze Field.
More Ole Miss news: Star running back Quinshon Judkins named Pre-season FBS All-American by Walter Camp.
The awards were aplenty following a stellar freshman season in 2022 for running back Quinshon Judkins after rushing for 1,567 yards and 10 touchdowns.
CBS’ National Freshman of the Year, the SEC Newcomer and SEC Freshman of the Year, On3’s Offensive True Freshman of the Year, and first-team Freshman All-American just to name a few.
Judkins can now add pre-season All-American, chosen by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, to a long list of awards he has already earned as well as many others likely to come. Not only was he named to the list, but he also picked up first-team selection.
Judkins is the youngest member selected to the first-team offense and was chosen as one of two running backs alongside Michigan standout Blake Corum.
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