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VSU baseball improves to 2-0 on the season

So far, so good. Valdosta State (2-0) has outscored their opponents 28-8 in the first two games of the season after its 14-5 rout over Georgia Southwestern (1-1) 14-5 Sunday afternoon at Billy Grant Field. VSU catcher Bryant Hayman got his season rolling after a rough opening night where he went hitless (0-3) with two strikeouts. Sunday, the junior catcher made ...

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Blazers comeback against Lee in rematch

Valdosta State Blazers overcame a 17-point deficit and mounted a strong second-half surge to knock off Lee University 76-70 Saturday night in the P.E. Complex. Bradley transfer Jalen Crawford scored 16 of his game-high 24 points in the second half and played a major role in the Blazers’ comeback. “In the first half, we settled for a lot of threes,” ...

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Lady Blazers on a 3 game losing streak after loss to Lee

As the saying goes, you can only fight fire with fire. Lee University Lady Flames certainly took that to heart, scorching the net on 11 of 24 shots from behind the arc, which resulted in a 65-53 victory for them over the Valdosta State Lady Blazers. “We had much better intensity to compete which was really good, but our guard ...

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Blazers victorious in season opener

Valdosta State won its first game exactly the way head coach Greg Guilliams hoped for. Nice and easy. The Blazers out hit Truett-McConnell 13-3 en route to a 14-3 opening victory at Billy Grant Field Saturday afternoon. VSU’s pitching core gave up its first hit all game in the ninth inning. Five pitchers made an appearance to hold the Bears ...

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Spectator Wrestling: A look back on this week

Written by: Chris Kessler CM Punk, the most unpredictable superstar in the WWE today, allegedly walked out on Monday. Punk has been pulled from all upcoming shows, and his contract ends in July. Numerous reports say Punk is burnt out and frustrated with the direction of the company. Punk has been extremely vocal throughout his career, especially against part-timers getting ...

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Valdosta State to host Lee University Saturday night

Following a sound win over Christian Brothers, last weekend, the VSU men’s basketball team (11-5) welcomes Lee University (7-9) Saturday night. In the Blazers last outing, they shot a season-high 53.3 percent against the defending Gulf South Conference champions and tied a season-high for three-pointers made with 13. Lee has the distinction of being the first team to defeat the ...

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Lady Blazers try to redeem themselves in 2nd meeting vs. Lee

Valdosta State is looking to get even at home Saturday night after falling 69-44 to Lee University in their previous meeting on Dec. 19. “We played well for probably about 30 minutes up there, and then there was about a 10 minute window [where] we made some poor decisions with the basketball, which allowed them to get in transition and ...

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‘Copper Cloud Picnic’ wins art competition

Written by: Chris Kessler There’s one week left to see what pieces displayed in VSU’s Fine Arts Gallery will bring in the money. Matt Mitros, from Tuscaloosa, Ala., won $450 and first place in the Valdosta National 2014 All-Media Juried Competition for his sculpture titled “Copper Cloud Picnic.” In its 26th year, the competition had over 160 entries submitted by ...

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Odum ‘On Skua Island’ for debut of book club

Written by: Abbie Baggerly Mummies and pizza−who could ask for more? Odum Library is kicking off its spring semester book club with a discussion about the short story “On Skua Island” by John Langan. The story is available for free at tinyurl.com/on-skua-island. The book club will have two introductory meetings in Odum library, one at 1 p.m. Wednesday and one ...

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VSU still shuns fall break

Written by: Joe Adgie The Academic Scheduling Committee has approved a four-day exam schedule and kept Dead Day in place but voted down an SGA-suggested return of Fall Break. That was announced at Monday night’s SGA meeting by Sen. Nick Buford, who sat in on the Academic Scheduling Committee meeting with Comptroller Erica Adams. The decisions were met with disapproval ...

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Current COVID-19 Stats for Valdosta State University

Check the current number of cases on the VSU campus here!