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Blazers lose fifth straight

Nicole Fasick finished the game with just three points, but her trifecta came when it mattered most. After VSU guard Kourtnee Williams tied the game on a pair of free throws with 17 seconds to play — the Wolves missed a shot, gathered their rebound to kick out a pass to a wide-open Fasick for a last second three. Fasick ...

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Struggling VSU to host UWG

written by: Neil Frawley Dogs are often thought of as man’s best friend. But during tonight’s game against West Georgia, the Wolves will be anything but friendly. For VSU, who have just two wins since Jan. 6, the Wolves may be mistaken for vultures. This past weekend for VSU was a difficult one. All three teams they played−University of North ...

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Lady Bulldogs squeeze past Lady Blazers

written by: Neil Frawley Fight. That’s the command Union head coach Mark Campbell issued to his team before they took the floor in the P.E. Complex on Saturday evening. And in the end, the Lady Bulldogs handed VSU their ninth loss in 11 games. Just like the game before against North Alabama University, VSU played one strong half, going into ...

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Lady Blazers to host conference rivals

written by: Neil Frawley With March close on the horizon, the dog days of basketball are officially upon us. Teams are quickly trying to shore up their records heading toward conference tournaments, and most importantly — the NCAA tournament, which is looming just close enough in the distance to add significance to every game. For VSU, whom have dropped their ...

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Lady Blazers on a 3 game losing streak after loss to Lee

As the saying goes, you can only fight fire with fire. Lee University Lady Flames certainly took that to heart, scorching the net on 11 of 24 shots from behind the arc, which resulted in a 65-53 victory for them over the Valdosta State Lady Blazers. “We had much better intensity to compete which was really good, but our guard ...

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Lady Blazers try to redeem themselves in 2nd meeting vs. Lee

Valdosta State is looking to get even at home Saturday night after falling 69-44 to Lee University in their previous meeting on Dec. 19. “We played well for probably about 30 minutes up there, and then there was about a 10 minute window [where] we made some poor decisions with the basketball, which allowed them to get in transition and ...

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Lady Pirates cruise by Lady Blazers

A rimmed out April Thomas trifecta separated Valdosta State from pulling out a comeback against Christian Brothers Saturday night in the P.E. Complex. Back in action following a tough loss to No. 12 Delta State on Thursday, VSU fell to CBU 67-60, in a game that saw a tale of two halves for VSU. CBU came out of the gates ...

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Lady Blazers to host Lady Pirates tonight

After a tough loss to No. 10 Delta State Thursday night, the Lady Blazers look to rebound against Christian Brothers tonight in the P.E. Complex. CBU (5-4, 9-6) enters Saturday’s contest hoping to extend their winning streak to three. The Lady Pirates conference record puts them one place above VSU (9-6, 4-5) in the standings. Despite going up against a ...

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No. 10 Lady Statesmen extinguish Lady Blazers

In their first time back in the P.E. Complex since Jan. 6, the Lady Blazers fell 65-61 to Gulf South Conference leaders No. 10 Delta State Thursday night. The Lady Statesmen (14-1) extend their current win streak to 13 games. “We did not seize the opportunities that we were given on a consistent basis,” Head coach Kiley Hill said. Despite ...

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Lady Blazers aim to snap Delta State’s 12-game winning streak

Written by: Neil Frawley For the first time since Jan. 6, the VSU women’s basketball team has the pleasure of sleeping in their own beds before taking on the No. 12 Delta State tonight at 6 p.m. The Lady Statesmen (13-1) come into this game riding a 12-game winning streak. Playing in the friendly confines of the P.E. Complex will ...

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