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Blazer tennis ready and recharged

Tennis is back in action on Sunday at home after a three week break. � The energizer bunny isn’t the mascot, but VSU tennis Coach John Hanson agrees that going weeks in between matches “refreshes batteries”, and expects both his teams to end the season on a good note.  The Blazer tennis teams hosts the North Alabama Lions on Sunday ...

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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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Stonewalled: Dwight Howard may be on the move

It seems NBA fans everywhere are playing where in the world will Dwight Howard end up. Howard has made it clear that Orlando is not where he wants to be. The Orlando Magic organization has let it be known that they don’t want to deal him, but what choice do they have? The guy has given them a list of ...

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Necessary roughness

The VSU men’s club lacrosse team picked up one of the most unlikely players this season and he wants to quickly make an impact on a team searching for their first ever win.

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Freshman heroics in 2-0 win

VSU freshman centerfielder Courtney Albritton hit a walk-off two-run homerun shot to secure the Lady Blazers first victory of the doubleheader against Georgia Southwestern Wednesday afternoon 2-0.

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Stonewalled: Collapse doesn’t change Braves ways

Flashback to Sept. 28, 2011. There I was sitting on the couch, tense, waiting; it was the top of the 9th. September had been a rough month for the Braves, but there was still a chance to secure a coveted wild card spot in the postseason. All we needed was a ground ball and the game would be over, but ...

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Shutting Them Down

The Blazers put together their first shutout of the season and improved their record to 4-4 after defeating the Georgia Southwestern Hurricanes 2-0 Wednesday night. Both teams benefitted from impressive outings from their starting pitchers, but Senior Steven Groves, receiving his first start of the season, was able to pull out the win for the Blazers. Groves began the first ...

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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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Blazers make statement with convincing win over Florida Tech

The Blazer baseball team turned up the heat on a cold Friday night at Billy Grant Field, easily beating the undefeated Florida Tech Panthers 7-2. The win, which is the second of the season for the Blazers, was highlighted by an 4 and 2/3rds inning performance by Pete Whittingslow that saw the southpaw throw eight strikeouts while allowing just one ...

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