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Baseball is on deck

Blazers baseball is just around the corner and coming fast. The team is getting back a great offensive weapon and needed to replace a few key arms. Last year proved to be a solid season, but did not end in the team advancing past the Gulf South Conference tournament. “Inconsistency at the plate was tough,” said Head Coach Greg Guilliams. ...

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Morgan flashes confidence, leadership for Blazers

Athleticism is a very profound ability to have as an individual today, but for Winston Morgan, he has much more to offer. Morgan, a junior guard for the VSU Men’s Basketball team, grew up in Manchester, Connecticut which is about a 15-minute drive from Hartford. He grew up with Jamaican parents who have been married for over 30 years, and ...

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Blazers represent in annual Tropical Bowl

For the third consecutive year, VSU Football was represented at The Tropical Bowl in Daytona, Florida. The Tropical Bowl is a college All- Star football game hosted every January. Schools like Wake Forest, University of Oregon, Florida State, Ole Miss, Delta State and Alcorn State University have all sent representatives to the annual competition. This event is to show top ...

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What’s Your Take: Are Referees Taking Over?

LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, James Harden, Demarcus Cousins, Draymond Green, Carmelo Anthony and the list continues. You know what all these players have in common? They all have been ejected from games this NBA season, and it isn’t even the halfway mark of the season. Tension between the players and referees have been rising over the past few ...

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Blazers unblemished at home this season

There’s no place like home and for VSU Men’s Basketball, that statement couldn’t be truer. Currently, the Blazers hold a 13-2 record this season which places them No. 2 in the Gulf South Conference standings. The Blazers grabbed win No. 13 in a 101-78 rout of the Mississippi State Choctaws on Tuesday night. The Complex was energized from beginning to ...

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2018 Hall of Fame class announced

The 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Class has been announced. The official ceremony will be held on January 20, 2018 at 10 a.m. in the Student Union Ballrooms. This will be the 22nd class that is inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame. The class will consist of: Ken Ferrell, Contributer, 1968-99 Ferrell is a former employee that has contributed ...

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Blazers offense helps defeat Tuskegee

Tuesday night, the No. 22 ranked VSU Men’s Basketball team cruised into a 107-81 win over the Tuskegee Tigers in a non-conference matchup at The Complex. Coming off their first loss last week to West Florida, the squad came back in dominant form to get their seventh win of the season. The Blazers were vicious on both ends of the ...

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What’s your Take: A Rose Without Petals

When the kid from Chicago, named Derrick Rose, got drafted to his hometown team, the Bulls, everyone knew that he would be a star. In his first year in the league, he won the 2008-2009 Rookie of the Year honor and got the Bulls back to the playoffs. In only his third year, he became the youngest NBA MVP and ...

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What’s Your Take: Skipping Town for the Pros

Star prospects, Derwin James and Deshon Elliot, of Florida State and Texas declaring for the 2018 NFL Draft and skipping their team’s bowl games, the question has been posed if players should sit out their team’s finales. Yes, we were always taught to finish what you start, but this is a different matter. These players have millions waiting on them ...

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Samone’ Dixon shoots, scores at VSU

Kenya Samone’ Dixon is a star on the court but her life off the court is the reason she can succeed on the court. Samone’ Dixon started all 32 games last season and had an outstanding year for VSU Women’s Basketball. She led the team in three-pointers made with 78 and was seventeenth in the nation for three-point percentage with ...

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