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VSU softball continues domination

When the Blazers won the first NCAA Division II National Championship in school history nine months ago, Courtney Albritton led off the game homerun; she did the same in the season opener against Southern Arkansas. The Blazers ran though the season opening West Florida tournament in Pensacola, Fla. against South Arkansas and Young Harris. Valdosta State’s 2012 National Championship’s momentum ...

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Blazer basketball face Chargers

The Valdosta State basketball teams are hitting the road again Thursday night as they travel to Spragins Hall in Huntsville, Ala. to take on the Chargers of Alabama-Huntsville. The men’s team is currently No. 9 team in the nation, to tip off a two-game road trip. The Blazers enter Thursday night’s contest with a 13-6 record overall and 5-6 in ...

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VSU to host Paine College this weekend

The Blazers aim to iron out early season wrinkles this weekend after losing 6-4 to Flagler College Wednesday night now falling to a record of 2-2. Valdosta State will take on Paine College in a doubleheader on Saturday and a day game on Sunday. PC is 2-2 this season coming off big losses and big wins against Tuskegee University and ...

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Football team welcomes 25 signees

The first Wednesday of February isn’t like any other hump day in the world of college football. National Signing Day always is exciting at the Division I level as the most-sought after recruits in the nation make their public announcement where they’ll be playing collegially next year. Division II may not have as much anticipation or thrill but Valdosta State ...

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City, county honor champs

Despite the presence of strong winds and immense cloud cover, the highly-anticipated Parade of Champions took place Wednesday evening. VSU, Lowndes County and the city of Valdosta came together to honor the Division II National Championship teams from the past year.

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Braves to visit Valdosta Sat.

Written by Neil Frawley   Attention Braves fans! The Braves Caravan will be stopping at the Academy Sports + Outdoors on Norman Dr. between the hours of 1:00 and 2:30 PM. For those unfamiliar, the Braves Caravan is an annual fan appreciation event that the Atlanta Braves put on before the start of Spring Training. The caravan includes several Atlanta ...

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Blazer baseball begins Friday night

Written by Alex Tostado   The Valdosta State baseball team has a unique challenge ahead of them this season. The Blazers are relying on their veteran pitching staff due to them returning only one position player from last season. The baseball team opens its season on Friday at Billy Grant Field against Palm Beach Atlantic as a part of the ...

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Blazer basketball hoping to improve for next game

Written by Chris Kessler   With just nine games left, and a record of 10-7, it’s gut-check time for the Lady Blazers.   “We’re in a nine game season, our focus is to be the best team we can be each and every day. It’s the small things can be the big things and that’s our focus. We’ve got to ...

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Blazers win second straight

Valdosta, Ga. – Valdosta State (12-5) guard Patrick Diop’s team-high 20 points, four assists and four steals helped lift the Blazers to its seventh straight win over conference foe Delta State (7-10) Saturday afternoon in the P.E. Complex. Though the Statesmen made a convincing 10-1 run in the final minutes led by DSU guard Cornell Knight, the Blazers were able ...

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