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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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Lady Blazers fate in own hands tonight

The Lady Blazers fate in the Gulf South Conference will be decided with a three-game home stint over the next week, and it all starts tonight with a huge game against No. 1 GSC ranked opponent, Alabama-Huntsville. The Lady Blazers face the North Alabama Lions in the second game of the stand on Pinkout Saturday. The Lady Blazers are seeking ...

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Mistakes fuel losing streak

The VSU baseball team lost 7-3 against the Albany State Golden Rams last night to open their season with a 1-3 record. After defeating Lindenwood to open the season, the Blazers have dropped three in a row at Billy Grant Field.

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Signing Day 2012

National Signing Day is the day that every fan learns about their new players and hope they will be the ones to lead their team to the football promise land, and VSU is no different. VSU reeled in a huge recruiting class in terms of size and stature yesterday on National Signing Day, bringing in 29 new players. The Blazers ...

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Field of softball dreams

The VSU Lady Blazer softball team is prepared to begin their 2012 campaign towards a national championship and thanks to a promising recruiting class they will have the talent to do so. No. 6 ranked VSU plays their first game of the season this weekend with a squad that returns seven starters and adds several top tier newcomers. Four of ...

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Unstoppable force

The Lady Blazers are on a romp right now, winning 13 of their last 15 games including a four-game win streak they hope to continue when they travel to Delta State tonight.

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Outdoor fun with CORE

As the new semester at VSU begins, so does the spring program for the Campus Outdoor Recreation Experiences. The CORE program aims to provide VSU students, faculty and staff the opportunity to learn about the outdoors, gain leadership skills, and make new friends. This semester there are a number of weekend trips planned, including Pine Mountain backpacking, sky diving, a ...

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Baseball bringing the heat

VSU Head Baseball Coach Greg Guilliams and his team are more than ready to begin their 2012 campaign in roughly two weeks with an almost entirely new team. “I think we have a pretty talented group of seniors to hopefully lead us,” said Guilliams. Guilliams, who is heading into his fifth season as Blazer skipper, realizes that leadership and the ...

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Blazers try to get back on track

January has been a tough month for the men’s basketball squad. After trouncing Delta State 81-61 on Jan. 5, the team has gone on to lose their last three games. The Blazers look to break their losing streak tonight when they travel to Livingston, Ala., to take on division rivals, the West Ala. Tigers in their third straight away game ...

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