Posts Tagged ‘ Julia Armistead ’

VSU enhancing safety

Oct 23rd, 2014 | By

Written By: Lia Armistead Last semester, junior Lizzie Lohmar was using all the proper precautions to walk across Paterson Street, including crossing at the pedestrian cross walk, when she was suddenly struck by a pick-up truck turning left off of College Street. The accident was fatal, causing VSU students and faculty to raise concern about
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VSU alumnus gains buzz in country music circuit, remains humble

Sep 18th, 2014 | By

Written By: Julia Armistead Valdosta’s own Seth Ennis took on Nashville, Tennessee, this past summer to further his career in country music and get his name out there. The country singer has been interested in music almost his whole life. Starting out, however, his parents made him take piano lessons when he was five years
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Tennis triple-teamed

Mar 27th, 2014 | By

Valdosta State tennis will travel to Pensacola, Fla., on Friday for a weekend filled with competitive matches. After winning their eighth match in a row, VSU’s men’s tennis team will take an eight-match winning streak to the line against No. 3 West Florida. In the past two seasons, the Blazers have suffered losses to the
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Freshman phenom leads the way for VSU tennis

Mar 6th, 2014 | By

written by: Lia Armistead When it’s fall in Valdosta, it’s time for the VSU men’s tennis team to prepare for the upcoming season, which begins at the start of February. The coaches of the Valdosta State tennis teams sit down at their desks, prepared to see email after email−as many as forty−from students all over
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Blazers going Cougar hunting

Feb 20th, 2014 | By

written by: Lia Armistead After falling to Columbus State last season, VSU men’s and women’s tennis teams look to bounce back against one of the nation’s best. Friday marks the sixth match of the men’s tennis season. They will be taking on No. 10 Columbus State in Columbus, Ga. During the last meeting, the men’s
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Rollins up next for VSU tennis

Feb 13th, 2014 | By

written by: Neil Frawley On Saturday, the two tennis teams will travel to Winter Park, Fla., where they will each compete against Rollins College. This will be the first time the Blazers have played Rollins in two years, causing anticipation amongst the players. In the 2012 season, the men’s team lost to Rollins 9-0, which
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VSU tennis pumped for tough competition this weekend

Feb 6th, 2014 | By

written by: Lia Armistead The men’s tennis team started off their season with a loss to USC Aiken (the team they also fell to in last season’s final match), with the women’s team on the side cheering their fellow Blazers on. Although it was a loss, the team discovered how to work and bond together
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Blazer tennis ready to serve up new season

Jan 30th, 2014 | By

Written by: Julia Armistead With the season opener just days away, both the men’s and women’s tennis teams at VSU are prepared to serve up their best work for a successful season. Both squads open their seasons at home. The men’s team faces USC Aiken Saturday in a rematch to last season’s finale, and the
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Freshman forward thrives in her first-year at VSU

Nov 13th, 2013 | By
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Written by: Julia Armistead / Photo by: David Lacy   Being a student athlete requires excessive determination, dedication and capability. Nicole Polk has proven to be a prime example of a successful student athlete, and she’s only a freshman. Polk has already established herself as a leading player for the VSU women’s soccer team. From
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Blazers prepare for conference tournament after success in Carrolton

Oct 24th, 2013 | By

written by: Julia Armistead Both men’s and women’s Cross Country teams traveled to Carrolton, Georgia, for the UWG Invitational last weekend where the teams did exceedingly well. Overall, Coach Clinton Bell was impressed with the runner’s performance throughout the entire Invitational, with both teams being neck and neck with West Georgia, along with a Juliana
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