2013: Saw action in 13 games as one of the first players off the bench for the Rebels ... Suffered a season-ending injury against No. 7 South Carolina (10/20) ... Played 263 minutes prior to her injury with a season-long 60 minutes against UALR (9/22) ... Helped the Rebels post seven shutouts before her injury against the Gamecocks ... Named a Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District first team selection ...
2012: Suffered an injury in the preseason and did not see action ... Redshirted ... HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Tupelo High School in Tupelo, Miss ... Started every game during her high school career ... Recorded 68 goals and 24 assists ... Helped Tupelo to a 64-14-4 record over her four seasons and earned several accolades including being named to the All-State First Team, the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal Player of the Year and two-time team MVP ... Three-year member of Tupelo's track team and was a three-time finalist in the class 6A 300m hurdles ... As a junior, she broke the school record in the 300m hurdles, which stood for 15 years, with a time of 46.35 ... Five-time Rotary Scholar, an ACT Scholar and a member of the National Honor Society ... Graduated early from high school with a 4.0 GPA and was fifth in her class of 514.
ODP: Mississippi ODP program (2006-08).
CLUB: Played club soccer for Tupelo FC, Fire and most recently Birmingham United SA ... Led the team in goals and points for the past two years.
PERSONAL: Born January 25, 1994 ... Daughter of Bo and Noel Russell ... Her father, Bo, was an All-SEC Defensive Back in 1989 at Mississippi State and is a 1993 graduate of the Ole Miss Law School ... She is the fourth generation in her family to attend Ole Miss but the first to do so as an undergraduate.
With Billy Chadwick's last regular season in the books, the Rebels seem to be peeking and hoping to make a final postseason run for the legendary head coach. Corresponding with such, we are also getting down to our final stretch... read more
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Coming off a disappointing 6-5 loss in 10 innings Saturday, Ole Miss bounced back with a dominant 12-2 win Sunday to take the weekend series against Mississippi State in Starkville. At the plate, the Rebels set season high for runs... read more
Ole Miss struck early with five runs over the first four innings, which Chris Ellis and Wyatt Short made hold up in a 6-1 win over Mississippi State Friday night at Dudy Noble Field. The leadoff man for Mississippi State... read more
Riding a six-game win streak, Ole Miss travels to face Mississippi State in a three-game weekend series as part of Super Bulldog Weekend, which also includes Saturday's Maroon-White spring football game. Mississippi State has averaged 7,700 fans at Dudy Noble... read more
The Ole Miss offense exploded for nine runs on 14 hits in a 9-1 win over Memphis at AutoZone Park. The barrage included five multi-hit games and a season-high seven extra-base hits, including home runs by Will Allen and Sikes... read more
We begin this week with No. 13 and entering the 2002 season for the Ole Miss tennis team. The Southeastern Conference implemented a new setup, dividing the conference into two divisions - SEC East and SEC West. This moment... read more
Ole Miss Athletics Week in ReviewMarch 31-April 6, 2014Baseball- Ole Miss picked up its second sweep in SEC play with three wins over the Auburn Tigers this past weekend, including a doubleheader sweep Saturday.- Left-handed pitcher Christian Trent posted a... read more