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Lady Blazers face Christian Bros. tonight

By Chris Kessler   Tonight, Valdosta State Lady Blazers come home to play inside The Complex. VSU, 10-5 on the year, is coming off a three game road trip that ended with a 62-59 road victory at West Florida last saturday. The team was lifted by Ashley Johnson’s 20 points off the bench. Coach Kiley Hill believes his team is ...

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Blazers hit the road against Argos

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The Blazers are heading to the beach, but this isn’t a vacation trip, it’s strictly a business trip. The Valdosta State’s men’s and women’s basketball teams will travel to Pensacola, Fl. this Saturday to take on Gulf South Conference rival West Florida. The men’s team is coming off a thrilling 91-88 overtime victory at West Alabama, that snapped their three ...

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Lady Blazers hit the road against GSC this weekend

In rare early season conference games, the undefeated Lady Blazers hit the road against Union and North Alabama to kick off GSC play for the 2012-2013 season. Since Shorter and Union were added to the Women’s Basketball Gulf South Conference the schedule is much different this year. Normally the Blazers would start GSC games in early January, but with a ...

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VSU ready for Wildcats

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In a rematch of last year’s first round of the Division II South Region tournament, the injury plagued Blazers take on Fort Valley State tonight in Fort Valley, Ga.. The ladies kicked off their season with a victory over Trinity Baptist 64-51. Kamyia Smith, junior point guard, is new to VSU this season but led the team with 15 points ...

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Last chance to shine

The Lady Blazers postseason run is still alive despite making an early exit from the Gulf South Conference tournament last weekend, falling to North Alabama 50-48 on a buzzer beating shot. Since VSU lost the first day of the GSC tourney its NCAA entry was in jeopardy and they easily could have found themselves done for the season. All the ...

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Dynamic duo

Sczeny Hartry and Brittany Ferguson are pivotal leaders for the Lady Blazers basketball squad in their hunt for a Gulf South Conference title. The Lady Blazers (18-5; 8-3 in conference) are currently battling for the second spot in the GSC behind No. 1 Delta State (10-1 in conference) and No. 2 Alabama-Huntsville (9-2 in conference). They hope to extend their ...

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Lady Blazers fate in own hands tonight

The Lady Blazers fate in the Gulf South Conference will be decided with a three-game home stint over the next week, and it all starts tonight with a huge game against No. 1 GSC ranked opponent, Alabama-Huntsville. The Lady Blazers face the North Alabama Lions in the second game of the stand on Pinkout Saturday. The Lady Blazers are seeking ...

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Unstoppable force

The Lady Blazers are on a romp right now, winning 13 of their last 15 games including a four-game win streak they hope to continue when they travel to Delta State tonight.

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