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Road struggles continue for Lady Blazers

  In college basketball, it is common that young, inexperienced teams initially have problems playing on the road. So far this season, that is true for the VSU Lady Blazers.    The Lady Blazers started the season with an 0-2 record on the road, averaging just 43 points per game.  And on Wednesday night, the Lady Blazers early season road woes ...

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Lady Blazers hold on for first victory of the season

  The Lady Blazers basketball team opened the season Saturday in the Complex with a 60-53 victory over Edward Waters. Despite a late charge by Edward Waters, the Lady Blazers held on for their first victory of the season. Leading the way was Western Carolina transfer Brittany Ferguson, who finished with 19 points and 13 rebounds. Valdosta native Alisha Crawford, a ...

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Lady Blazers have new talent, same expectations

  The defending Gulf South Conference East Division champion VSU Lady Blazers are ready for the start of the 2010 season. The ladies will tip-off their season on Saturday night when Edward Waters visits the Complex.    There are a lot of question marks surrounding the team. Head Coach Kiley Hill has been put in a tough spot due to numerous ...

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VSU basketball season set to start soon

 Beginning Nov. 12, the Blazers will start the season off by playing Saint Leo at 8 p.m.   I am extremely excited for the beginning of the season because VSU school spirit is at its finest.  The students pack the Complex with their red and black attire, while the basketball teams feel the presence of the students as they yell ...

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Hill looks ahead to new season

   The year 2010 has been kind to the Lady Blazers basketball team. After all, they have lost just twice in the calendar year and this past summer their head coach, Kiley Hill, was named the conferences Coach of the Decade.  Unfortunately for VSU, both of their losses in 2010 have came against rival Delta State—once in the Gulf South ...

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VSU to play in South tourney

While many VSU students are enjoying the spring break vacation, the VSU men’s and women’s basketball teams will be competing in the NCAA South region tournament, which will be held in Russellville, Ark. starting Friday. The Blazers were tabbed the fourth seed on the men’s side, while the Lady Blazers were tabbed the sixth seed. “I feel great about it,” ...

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The Lady Blazers look forward to Fort Valley State as first round opponent

The Valdosta State Lady Blazers punched a ticket to the NCAA Division II tournament on Sunday night when it was announced VSU would receive an at-large bid to the tournament. The Lady Blazers (19-8, 10-1 GSC) will be the sixth seed in the South region tournament, which makes up the first three rounds of the NCAA tournament. “I feel great ...

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