Salt and pepper hair, crystal blue eyes, and a rugged tanned complexion describe Germantown, Tennessee native, Beanie Cone, a horseback riding instructor at Hunter’s Edge Stables in Memphis, where he teaches riders of all ages and abilities the intricacies of the equestrian sport.
Coaching is sometimes a dictatorship, but to an Ole Miss softball coach, it’s about teamwork.
There are many people behind the scenes at the university of Mississippi who help make sure University of Mississippi athletes get the academic help they need.
In many aspects of Dr. Ed Field’s life, he has stayed put. He holds firm to his home state of Mississippi. He pushed through an additional 10 years of education after college graduation, and he maintains tradition in the family occupation.
When Kayle Barnett was in kindergarten, a small, schoolyard bully approached her on the playground to pick a fight and steal her red crayon. Furious, she pounced on the bully to get the crayon and her dignity back.
A young father is demonstrating what it means to provide for his family, achieve his goals, and improve his life by earning a college degree to forge a path as a coach and teacher.
Growing up in Madison, Mississippi, Jack Blumenthal developed a love for football at a young age. Watching a young NFL quarterback named Tom Brady grow from a forgettable sixth round draft pick into arguably the greatest man to ever play the game inspired Blumenthal to pursue organized football at age 10.
Oxford and the University of Mississippi offer opportunities to thrive academically, socially, artistically and spiritually. Some have a unique story about what Oxford has meant to them as a student, resident or visitor.
Two of a Kind: Best friends from the Czech Republic play doubles for the Ole Miss Women’s Tennis Team
It’s fair to say that University of Mississippi students Natalie Suk and Anna Vrbenska are two of a kind. Both are from the Czech Republic. Both are best friends who met when they were both 12 years old. And both now play doubles for the Ole Miss Women’s Tennis Team.
‘Everyone’s Little Cheerleader’: Ole Miss Soccer Team is an extended family for one athlete and her daughter
If you’ve ever been to the Ole Miss soccer stadium, you may have noticed a young, vibrant Rebel shouting for her “mommy” from the stands. That energetic girl would be Parker, the daughter of Sara Coleman, a D1 soccer player, who is balancing motherhood and athletics.
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