STARKVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - Dustin Skelton drove in six runs, including a grand slam, as Mississippi State defeated Louisiana-Monroe, 21-8, on Wednesday night.
Jake Mangum was 5-of-6 with three RBI. It was Mangum's third career five-hit game and second this season.
The Diamond Dogs (25-5) scored all of their runs in three innings - seven in the first, ten in the fourth and four in the sixth. It's the most runs scored by MSU in a single game since 2010.
MSU visits Tennessee in a three-game series beginning Friday.
ULM dropped to 11-18.
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