The Mustangs return three All Americans including reigning National Fast-Pitch Coaches' Association Division II catcher of the year Kim Jerrick, Daktronics South Central region player of the year Katelyn Vinson and junior third baseman Kelley Schaefer.
They are off to an impressive start this season gaining a split over Number 6 Valdosta State.
In their five games this season, MSU has hit 14 homers and is averaging 8 runs a contest.
So from an offensive standpoint, they are picking up where they left off from last season when they hit a school record 86 homeruns and averaged 7 runs per game.
Midwestern was picked to finish third in the Lone Star Conference race.
Defending champion Texas Woman's is the favorite followed by number 2 West Texas A&M.
The Mustangs have been to the NCAA tournament 8 of the last 10 season.
They feel they have what it takes to make it back and go further this season.