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Curtis breaks record

Written by Juston Lewis, Staff Writer Alyssa Curtis is more than a record holder for VSU Soccer, she’s an anchor. Curtis recently broke the record for most saves in a single game with 14 against Georgia College “I had no idea about the record,” said Curtis. It wasn’t until after the game, at the team dinner that Coach Nolin informed ...

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Athletes are getting overheated in practice

Written by Juston Lewis, Staff Writer Every summer, athletes in the south are subjected to practices in scorching temperatures. These temperatures range anywhere from the high 90s to the low 100s, and can be detrimental to the health of the players. The symptoms include confusion, dizziness and fainting. What makes matters even worse, players often do not realize these symptoms ...

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Blazer loss leads to QB competition ahead of UWF

Written by Juston Lewis, Staff Writer Last Saturday, Blazer football fell to the University of North Alabama 44-19 in the team’s first conference game. The stats were not indicative of the final score. The Blazers had 433 total yards while UNA only had 369. The Blazers also won the possession battle and scored five of the six times that they ...

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VSU golf finishes second in its first tournament

Written by Juston Lewis, Staff Writer VSU Golf is ready to tee off on another great season. The Blazers finished second out of 18 teams in the Kiawah Island Invitational, which was the team’s first tournament of the year. Olav Zandveld led VSU with a two-under score for the tournament, which left him tied for sixth overall out of 88 ...

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New Era, Same Tradition

Written by Juston Lewis, Staff Writer There is a new era upon Valdosta State football, the Kerwin Bell Era. In January, Coach Bell was named new head football coach for VSU. Being the new coach has come with many obstacles. “You can’t have a bunch of individuals,” Bell said. “You try to get everybody on board and get the train ...

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