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VSU grand slams to victory

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By Jyrell Wynn VSU softball will play a double header against the Christian Brothers Lady Bucs this Saturday at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. The series will conclude on Sunday with a final game at 1 p.m. VSU softball continued their victory streak of 16 wins after defeating the West Alabama Tigers in the Gulf South Conference with a final ... Read More »

Baseball brings back bats against jaguars


by Stuart Price Georgia Regents University traveled to Billy Grant Field yesterday in an effort to increase the Blazers’ baseball losing streak to five. With timely hitting, solid defense and strong pitching, the Blazers were able to take out the Jaguars 6-2 and get back on track. The Blazers started out a little rough by committing an error and allowing ... Read More »

Football springs into new season

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by Chris Webb With winter looking to be well behind us Valdosta State football is wrapping up their 2015 spring practices with Thursday’s Spring Game at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium. Scheduled for an 8 p.m. kickoff the annual inner-squad scrimmage between the offense and defense provides fans and students their first opportunity of the year to come out and get an idea ... Read More »

Call it a hot streak for Blazers softball


by Kristin Whitman Call it a hot streak for lady Blazers softball. No. 2 National Fastpitch Coaches Association-ranked Blazers extend their winning streak to thirteen after defeating Florida Tech Tuesday, in a double header (4-0, 3-2) moving their overall record to 23-2 and conference play stays at 10-1. Game one With leadoff batter Courtney Albritton out for six weeks with ... Read More »

Tales of an Atlanta Braves fan

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I would love to be wrong. As an avid Atlanta Braves fan that grew up during the team’s reign over the National League’s East and West divisions, it’s tough for me to ever admit that I think the team is going to have an unsuccessful season. But, after trading away big names like Jason Heyward and Justin Upton in a ... Read More »

Caitlyn Calhoun shining as a star player

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by Lia Armistead As the weather gets warmer and spring comes to a bloom, the women’s softball team is kicking their season into full swing, competing in up to eight games per week, with Caitlyn Calhoun shining as a star player. The junior pitcher has been thriving as a Blazer since her freshman year as she put up an 11-4 ... Read More »

Blazer bats keep coming

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by Chris Webb The bats continue to boom for a streaking Blazers squad. The Blazers enter the weekend with their bats blistering and have been destroying everything thrown their way early in the season. No. 23 Valdosta State (11-3, 6-2 in GSC) look to keep the bats rolling when they welcome North Alabama (9-3, 3-2 in GSC) into Billy Grant ... Read More »

Lady Blazers say goodbye to seniors and season

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Lady Blazers say goodbye to seniors and season VSU Lady Blazer basketball make it to the Gulf South Conference tournament but burn out after the quarter finals with a 60-50 loss. VSU took on rival Lady Statesmen of Delta State at Walter Sillers Coliseum in Cleveland, Mississippi. The loss closes out a 14-15 season for VSU and brings them to ... Read More »

Steven Nelson: Nelson Strives to go pro add something

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by Zenobia Harris “Set your goals high, and don’t stop til you get there,” these are the famous words of retired baseball and football player, Bo Jackson, and what seems to be the mode of operation for Oregon State cornerback, Steven Nelson. After years of hard work and dedication to football, his dreams of becoming a pro athlete may come ... Read More »