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07 May 2015, 10.20
Baseball Loses at WSSU
Mocksville, NC –The Bluefield State Baseball team lost double-header games to Winston-Salem State University 3-8 and 11-15 on Wednesday night at Mando Field in Mocksville, NC. Game 1 In the first game, the Big Blue scored first by putting up 3 runs in the third inning when Justin Bowler hit a double to score Tyler Frazier from third base and Ricky Diaz hit a bomb over the center field fence to score Bowler and himself. The next half inning though the Rams put up 3 of their own to tie the game 3-3. The Big Blues continued to get hits and get on base, but couldn't push any more runs across the plate. The Rams however scored 5 runs in the sixth to take the victory 8-3. The Big Blues out-hit the Rams with 11 hits, but committed 2 errors compared to their opponents' 8 hits and 1 error. Third baseman Ricky Diaz was 2-for-4 with a homerun, 2 RBI, and 1 run scored. Center fielder Levi Nolan was 2-for-3. Second baseman Justin Bowler was 1-for-3 with a double, a walk, 1 RBI, and a run

06 May 2015, 08.35
Baseball Falls at Tusculum
Greeneville, TN –The Bluefield State Baseball team traveled down for a 3-game series against Tusculum College in Greeneville, TN. The Big Blues lost all 3 games at Pioneer Park this weekend. Game 1 In the first game on Friday, the Pioneers put the first run up on the board in the first inning to take an early 1-0 lead. They continued their offense in the fifth with 2 runs and in the sixth with 3 runs. They added another run in the eight to seal the victory, 7-0. The Big Blues struggled offensively with only 2 hits in the game and committed 3 errors compared to their opponents' 7 runs off of 12 hits and 0 errors. Designated hitter Chase Chambers and catcher Crachad Laing both went 1-for-3 on the day. Game 2 In the second game on Saturday, the Big Blues struggled on both sides of the field with only 5 hits in the game and scoring 2 runs; 1 in each of the seventh and eighth innings. The Pioneers scolded the score board with 19 runs off of 16 hits with 0 errors while the Big Blues

30 April 2015, 09.01
Baseball Lose to Charleston
Charleston, WV –The Bluefield State Baseball team had a rough go against the University of Charleston Tuesday night losing 0-19 at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston, WV. Box Score The Golden Eagles put up a staggering 7 runs in the second inning to start out with a big lead. They continued to add to their total in the next 3 innings to put the game away, scoring 2 in the third and in the fourth and 8 in the fifth. The Big Blues did have 8 hits in the game, but just couldn't push a run across the board. The Golden Eagles offense was too much for the Big Blues to handle, scoring 19 runs off of 15 hits. First baseman Alex Dunn was 2-for-2 and second baseman Justin Bowler was 2-for-4. Right fielder Cody Underwood was 1-for-3 and both short stop/first baseman Tyler Frazier and center fielder Levi Nolan were both 1-for-4. The Big Blues next games will be a 3-game series with Tusculum College May 1st-3rd in Greeneville, TN. Game Times:Friday, May 1st at 7:30 p.m.Saturday, May 2nd

28 April 2015, 13.38
Baseball Falls to Alderson-Broaddus
Philippi, WV –The Bluefield State Baseball team took on Alderson-Broaddus and lost 3-12 and 0-2 in Philippi, WV. Game 1 In game one, Alderson-Broaddus got on the board first by scoring 1 run in the first and second innings, but added a 6 more in the third to take an 8-0 lead. The Big Blues put up a run on the score board in the third to cut the deficit to 7 runs. Alderson-Broaddus added 2 more runs in the fifth and sixth innings to take a 12-1 lead. The Big Blues didn't give up and had a short rally in the seventh by scoring 2 runs, but the deficit was too large and couldn't overcome it by losing 3-12. First Baseman Alex Dunn was 2-for-3 with 1 run scored and 1 RBaI and Catcher Crachad Laing was also 2-for-3 with 1 RBI. Right fielder Cody Underwood was 1-for-2 with 1 run scored.Alderson-Broaddus had 12 runs off of 15 hits with 0 errors compared to the Big Blues scoring 3 runs off of 8 hits and committing 3 errors. Game 2 Game two was a much different game than game one, more

23 April 2015, 09.47
Big Blues Defeat Concord 7-6 in 13 Innings
Princeton, WV–The Bluefield State Baseball team persevered through the 13 inning game last night with a 7-6 victory against rival Concord University at Hunnicutt Field in Princeton, WV. Box score The Big Blues put the first run on the board in the first inning by a sacrifice fly by Tyler Frazier to score Justin Bowler. In the third inning, the Mountain Lions put up 3 runs to take a 3-1 lead, but the Big Blues put up 4 runs in the bottom of the half inning to take back the lead, 5-3.The Big Blues added another run in the fifth inning to push their lead to three runs, 6-3, but the Mountain Lions didn't surrender scoring 1 run in the sixth and 2 runs in the eighth to tie the game at 6-6. Either team couldn't push a run across the plate, so the game went into extra innings. In the 13th with 1 out, pinch hitter Sam Harris hit a double to right field and Kevin Moxey came into the game as the pinch runner for Harris. Boston New came up to the plate and hit a single to center field and

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