VSU star approaches home run title

Apr 17th, 2014 | By

Three years, two-time Gulf South Conference Player of the Year, 57 career home runs, and one national championship−Valdosta State softball sensation Courtney Albritton has put together quite the career. Only a junior, Albritton made history in the fifth inning of the Blazers’ 7-1 win over West Georgia. Her 21st blast of the season staked her
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Tennis looks to postseason play

Apr 17th, 2014 | By

As the tennis season starts to dwindle down, the men and women will travel today to Montgomery, Ala., to compete in the Gulf South Conference Tournament. Nine different teams will compete in a tournament lasting four days, including No. 1 West Florida, No. 6 North Alabama, No. 7 Christian Brothers, No. 13 Valdosta State, No.
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Softball regular season comes to an end

Apr 17th, 2014 | By

The last regular season series for the No. 21 Valdosta State softball squad begins tomorrow evening. VSU (36-12, 16-9) will face off against Lee University (20-22, 10-14) in Steel’s Diamond at Blazer Park, with a doubleheader beginning at 5 p.m. and ending with a  Saturday game at 1 p.m. For many Blazers, this is a
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Centennial gets crowned

Apr 17th, 2014 | By

UPDATE: Article has been edited for accuracy Basketball team Centennial, one of the top teams in the intramurals league, triumphed over Brown Hall in the championship game. Centennial won 49-42 in a close game. Centennial’s last game against Brown Hall ended in a tie, but Centennial couldn’t manage to clinch the win in the final game
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Baseball to go on road, look for win

Apr 10th, 2014 | By

Written By: Chris Kessler  Valdosta State (21-14, 12-10) heads north on I-75 to take on bitter rival West Georgia (13-23, 7-13) in a crucial weekend series. “West Georgia has got two real good arms that can beat anybody,” assistant coach Todd Guilliams said. “They’re playing at home, and it’s going to be tough for us.”
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Basketball intramurals close to naming champs

Apr 10th, 2014 | By

Written by: Victoria Johnson Icemen and Kappa Alpha competed against each other in a nail-biter during the intramural basketball playoffs on Tuesday. Kappa Alpha pulled off the 45-41 victory to advance. Icemen shooting guard, Elliot Yarboro, said that the team was pumped for the game. “We’ve really been preparing for this game,” Yarboro said. “We
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Blazers host Rams, visit Wolves

Apr 10th, 2014 | By

Written by: Rashad Milligan As the end of the season nears, No. 24 Valdosta State softball team is eyeing another championship run. The 31-12 Blazers are only focused on the “practice-by-practice” tasks, according to shortstop Shelby Altman. VSU hosts Albany State (15-17) tonight for a doubleheader. The Blazers will go to Carrollton, Ga., to face
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VSU falls to ASU

Apr 10th, 2014 | By

Valdosta State’s weekend struggles followed the Blazers as they fell to Albany State 10-6. “Unfortunately this has been a reoccurring theme for us; we haven’t played well in what seems a couple weeks,” assistant coach Todd Guilliams said. “We’re shooting ourselves in the foot; it’s the same formula−bad defense and walks.” In the first inning,
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VSU edges Flagler in nail-biter, 6-5

Apr 3rd, 2014 | By

Valdosta State baseball (20-10, 12-7) was back in action at Bill Grant Field last night against Flagler (18-16, 9-12). After taking a 3-2 lead in the first inning, the Blazers didn’t look back as they held the lead for the rest of the game, winning 6-5. VSU certainly didn’t go untested. With a 5-2 lead
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Tennis packs bags for road matches this weekend

Apr 3rd, 2014 | By

No. 13 Valdosta State men’s tennis will serve up another weekend on the road. After losing to rival West Florida, who broke VSU’s winning streak last week, the men’s team will take on No. 25 West Alabama this Friday. UWA will be one of three opponents for the Blazers this weekend. The Tigers defeated the
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