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13 April 2015, 21.31
Big Blues Lose Against Winston-Salem
Winston-Salem, NC–The Bluefield State Baseball team had a four-game series against Winston-Salem State University at BB&T Ballpark in Winston-Salem, NC. Box Score-1 The Big Blues put up the first run on the board in the second inning, but it was their only run of the game. The Rams on the other hand scored 1 run as well in the second, but added 4 more runs through the fourth, fifth, and sixth innings to take the game, 5-1. The Rams out hit the Big Blues 9-3, but had 3 errors compared to the Big Blues 0 errors. Box Score-2 In the second game, the Rams continued their offense scoring 5 runs in the first two innings of the game and adding two more in the fourth to take a 7-0 lead. The Big Blues put up 3 runs in the fifth inning to cut into the lead 3-7, but the Rams came back and put up another 2 runs to push the lead 9-3. The deficit was too much for the Big Blues to handle and lost the game 9-3. The Rams out hit the Big Blues 9-3, but both teams committed 2 errors. Box

10 April 2015, 12.24
Baseball Falls at Charleston
Charleston, WV–The Bluefield State Baseball team traveled up to take on the University of Charleston Golden Eagles and lost both games, 5-8 and 6-11 at Triana Field in Charleston, WV Box Score-1 The Golden Eagles put up 2 runs in the first inning to take an early 2-0 lead, but the Big Blues stormed back with 4 runs in the third to take a 4-2 lead. The Golden Eagles scored 6 runs in the next four innings to extend their lead. The Big Blues were able to score 1 run in the 6th inning to cut the lead to 3 runs, but lost the game 5-8. Both teams were even with 7 hits in the game, the Golden Eagles committed 1 error, while the Big Blues committed 2 errors. Third baseman Caleb Morrow was 1-for-2 with 1 RBI, 1 run scored, a double, and a walk. Designated hitter Kevin Moxey was 1-for-3 with 2 runs scored and a double. Infielder Ricky Diaz was 1-for-3 with 2 RBI and center fielder Levi Nolan was 1-for-3 as well with 1 RBI and 1 run scored. Box Score-2 In game two, the Golden Eagles out-hit

08 April 2015, 13.45
Baseball Wins 6-5 in the 10th
East Bank, WV–The Bluefield State Baseball team had to cancel their game on Friday due to rain, but were able to play on Saturday against the College of St. Joseph's. The Big Blues pulled out the 6-5 victory in the 10th inning at the Douglas M. Epling Field in East Bank, WV. Box Score The Big Blues put the first 2 runs up on the board with one in the first and one in the second inning. In the first, Levi Nolan led off with a double to left field. Ricky Diaz grounded out to the short stop to advance Nolan to third. Justin Bowler walked during his at bat. Tyler Frazier stepped up and hit a single to left field, scoring Nolan from third base. In the second inning, Nolan reached base by a walk and advanced to second from a wild pitch. Diaz reached first base by an error, which scored Nolan to make it a 2-0 lead going into the third inning. College of St. Joseph's put up two runs in the fourth inning to tie the game, but the Big Blues came back and scored 1 run to take the lead again, 3-2.

07 April 2015, 11.57
Baseball Game is Rained Out
Bluefield, WV–The Bluefield State Baseball team has cancelled their home game today against Bluefield College due to rain. The game has not been rescheduled at this time. Please check the baseball schedule online for updates or click

06 April 2015, 09.00
National Student-Athlete Day
BLUEFIELD, WV.– The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) was pleased to celebrate all our student-athletes recognized for National Student-Athlete Day on April 2nd, 2015 in the PE Building. National Student-Athlete Day recognizes student-athletes for their accomplishments in their sport, classroom (3.0 GPA or above), and community services. This year, we had 51 student-athletes recognized and at least one student-athlete representing all of our 10 sports and cheerleaders. We had six student-athletes who had a 4.0 GPA. All student-athletes received a certificate of their accomplishments from SAAC Advisor Kerri Francis. Student-Athletes RecognizedBaseball: Antonio Bolden, John Bowman, Kenneth Broeker, Victor Cartwright, Chase Chambers, Benjamin Fraley, Samuel Harris, Kevin Moxey, Levi Nolan, John Schloeter, Ridge Sibold, and Michael Tucker.Men's Basketball: Austin Henderson and Avery HollidayMen's Cross-Country: Anthony Braem, Jared Brown, Brandon Cochran, Guillermo

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