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06 June 2014, 14.07
6 Former MBB Players Graduate in 2014
BLUEFIELD, W. Va. -  During this year's Bluefield State College's 2014 Graduation Ceremony there were six former Big Blues Men's Basketball players that earned their degrees: Vincent Rogers, Johnny Uhegwu, Treon Claiborne, Remar Brothers, Antoine Bryant, and Stacotta Dickerson. Two of them were on the Dean's List: Treon Claiborne and Remar Brothers and two others had a 3.0 GPA or higher. To be on the Dean's List, students achieved a 3.25 GPA and successfully completed at least 12 Spring Semester hours this past 2014 term (excluding developmental level courses). Coach Jackson said, "I'm proud that we have been able to recruit student-athletes that value their academic success. Of the nine players who have completed their eligibility with us, seven have graduated and the other two will graduate in May of 2015. That is a fine feat for our

05 June 2014, 08.11
Big Blues Basketball Camp Announced
BLUEFIELD, W. Va. -  The Bluefield State Head Men's Basketball Coach Jamaal Jackson will be having this year's BSC Basketball Camp in July. The camp will be conducted July 21-24, 2014 (9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily) in the Ned Shott Gymnasium on the BSC campus. The camp is designed for boys and girls aged 8-17 (high school graduates are not eligible). Coach Jackson, which is coming off a most improved season record 9-15 from the previous season record of 4-23. The camp fee is $75 per camper, but there is an early bird special of $60 per camper is paid by July 1. Each camper is responsible for his/her own lunch. Campers may choose to bring a sack lunch with them. There will be pizza, beverages, and snacks available every day for a nominal charge. Interested individuals are encouraged to contact the BSC men's basketball office, 304-327-4207, for additional information. The camp brochure is on our Men's Basketball page under "Camp", click

16 May 2014, 10.05
Big Blues Basketball Sign 4
BLUEFIELD, W. Va. -  The Bluefield State Men's Basketball team have signed 4 for next year's squad: Jacob Ogenyi, Ebenezer Kamara, Marcus Williams, and Shane Greco. (Pictured: Marcus Williams, Ebby Kamara, and Shane Greco) Jacob Ogenyi is 6'5, 215 lb., power-forward from Lagos, Nigeria. His parents are William and Alice Ogenyi. He attended Bolade Grammer School. After graduation he decided to play basketball at Burlington County College. He averaged 11.8 points, 9.3 rebounds, 3.5 blocks, and 1.5 steals per game and shot 51.7% from the field his sophomore year. He led his conference in blocks and ranks 8th in the NJCAA DII. While he was there, Jacob received many awards: Sophomore Athlete of the Year, NJCAA Academic All-Region, NJCAA All-Region XIX First Team, All-GSAC First Team and Most Valuable Player on his basketball team as a Freshman and Sophomore. Ebenezer Kamara is a 6'8, 190 lb. power-forward from Toronto, Canada. His parents are Rebecca and Abdul Kamara. He attended

25 March 2014, 12.20
2013-14 All-ICAA Basketball Awards Announced
BLUEFIELD, W. Va. - The Bluefield State Men's and Women's Basketball teams have student-athletes that were selected to the 2013-14 Independent Collegiate Athletic Association (ICAA) Basketball Awards. Senior forward Shae Mebane was selected to the All-ICAA Women's Basketball Second Team. For the year, she averaged 9 points, 6.5 rebounds, and 1.3 steals and had 24 blocks on the season. She shot 72% from the free-throw line and 37% from the floor. Senior guard Treon Claiborne was selected to the All-ICAA Men's Basketball First Team. For the year, he averaged 16.6 points, 6.9 rebounds, and 2.6 assists. He shot 70% from the free-throw line and 51.2% from the floor. Sophomore guard Shakir Dunning was also selected to the All-ICAA Men's Basketball First Team. For the year, he averaged 23.5 points, 2.7 rebounds, and 2 steals. He shot 81% from the free-throw line, 37% from the 3-point line, and 44% from the floor. Click here for more

28 February 2014, 16.01
Big Blues Win with a 3-pointer
BLUEFIELD, W. Va. -   The Bluefield State Men's Basketball team traveled to Elkins, WV to play Davis & Elkins and won on a 3-pointer to seal the game 79-78. For the game, the Big Blues shot 43.1% from the field, 39.1% from the three-point line, and 80% from the free-throw line. The Senators shot 44.6% from the field, 44.4% from the three-point line, and 80% from the free-throw line. The game was pretty even according to the team's shooting percentages. The Senators out-rebounded the Big Blues 42-31, but The Big Blues forced 13 turnovers and only had 9 turnovers themselves. Bluefield State is down by 2 with less than 30 seconds left on the clock, but the Big Blues have possession. Freshman guard Dominique Cartier passed the ball to Sophomore guard Shakir Dunning, he shot a 3-pointer and made it giving the Big Blues the lead 79-78 and eventually the win. Sophomore guard Shakir Dunning had 39 points on 12-for-21 shooting and 6-for-9 from the 3-point line. He added 4

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