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September 20, 2012

 
There is only one more nonconference game on the schedule for Ole Miss, and the Rebels (0-2) are hoping to take full advantage of it heading into Southeastern Conference play. The Rebels will take on Tulane (0-2) Saturday in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. 

 
There is only one more nonconference game on the schedule for Ole Miss, and the Rebels (2-1) are hoping to take full advantage of it heading into Southeastern Conference play. The Rebels will take on Tulane (0-2) Saturday in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. 
 
The Rebels are coming off a 66-31 loss to No. 14 Texas, while the Green Wave are trying to bounce back from a 45-10 loss to Tulsa. The meeting is the 71st between the two teams, with Ole Miss leading the series 42-28.
 

September 19, 2012

Ole Miss was back outside for practice Wednesday after spending Tuesday in the Indoor Practice Facility as they prepare to head to New Orleans to take on the Tulane Green Wave (0-2) on Saturday in the Rebels’ first road game of the season.

Ole Miss was back outside for practice Wednesday after spending Tuesday in the Indoor Practice Facility as they prepare to head to New Orleans to take on the Tulane Green Wave (0-2) on Saturday in the Rebels’ first road game of the season.

The Rebels kept the energy alive from Tuesday’s spirited practice, but head coach Hugh Freeze was disappointed in the sloppy execution on Wednesday.

September 17, 2012

 
With the Texas game behind them, Ole Miss and head coach Hugh Freeze have turned their attention to Saturday’s upcoming game against Tulane — which will be Freeze’s first road contest at the helm. 

 
With the Texas game behind them, Ole Miss and head coach Hugh Freeze have turned their attention to Saturday’s upcoming game against Tulane — which will be Freeze’s first road contest at the helm. 
 

September 14, 2012

In this week’s edition of a weekly feature, The Daily Mississippian football beat writers Bennett Hipp and Matt Sigler, sports editor David Collier and managing editor Austin Miller answer four questions regarding the week’s matchup.

 
1. Do you agree with the Trae Elston suspension?
 

February 26, 2012

 

SUNDAY: No. 24 Ole Miss 5, No. 19 Tulsa 2

In a hotly contested match, the No. 24 nationally ranked Ole Miss women’s tennis team won the doubles points and four of the six singles matches for a 5-2 win against No. 19 Tulsa. The Rebels (7-4) have won three matches in a row and start Southeastern Conference play with road matches at Auburn and No. 20 Alabama this weekend.

 

SUNDAY: No. 24 Ole Miss 5, No. 19 Tulsa 2

In a hotly contested match, the No. 24 nationally ranked Ole Miss women’s tennis team won the doubles points and four of the six singles matches for a 5-2 win against No. 19 Tulsa. The Rebels (7-4) have won three matches in a row and start Southeastern Conference play with road matches at Auburn and No. 20 Alabama this weekend.

February 22, 2012

The No. 24 ranked Ole Miss women’s tennis team will host Southern Miss and No. 19 Tulsa in a patch of matches at the newly renovated Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center, weather permitting.

 

The No. 24 ranked Ole Miss women’s tennis team will host Southern Miss and No. 19 Tulsa in a patch of matches at the newly renovated Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center, weather permitting. The Rebels (5-4) continue a three-game home stand, which started with a 6-1 win against No. 57 SMU this past Saturday.

January 27, 2011

It’s hard to think what the Ole Miss men’s tennis team could have accomplished last season had senior Kalle Norberg – the 2009 Southeastern Conference Tournament MVP – been part of the lineup.

It’s hard to think what the Ole Miss men’s tennis team could have accomplished last season had senior Kalle Norberg – the 2009 Southeastern Conference Tournament MVP – been part of the lineup. Yet it’s remarkable that even without him they finished the 2010 season with a No. 19 national ranking, a ninth consecutive SEC West title, a second-round NCAA appearance and had junior Marcel Thiemann become the 25th All-American in the program’s history.

“I think they did great last year without me,” Norberg said.

October 21, 2010

I greatly appreciate the DM’s coverage of the Panty Thief over the last few months.  However, one thing that has concerned me, and continues to concern me, is the rhetoric of victimization that has been central to coverage of this particular story.