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26 February 2015, 20.54
Big Blues Lose at Home to WAU in OT
Bluefield, WV - The Bluefield State Men's Basketball team lost 88-94 in overtime against Washington Adventist tonight in the Ned E. Shott Gymnasium. The Big Blues finish up the regular season with an 11-14 overall record. Before the game started, the Big Blues recognized their lone senior on the team, Gary Martin. Who received a framed action shot and a basketball as his senior gift from his coaches and teammates. He was met at half court with the Men's Basketball coaching staff, President Dr. Marsha Krotseng, and Athletic Director Terry Brown for a photo.  Gary is from Landham, MD and is the son of Pamela Anita Martin and John Patrick King. At BSC, he averaged 5 points per game and 4 rebounds per game while shooting 45% from the field and 40% from the 3-point line. Coach Jackson says, "Gary is a positive presence on our team, and even during his redshirt season and following the completion of his eligibility, Gary has remained a part of our program. I wish him the best of luck

25 February 2015, 11.19
Big Blues Lose to Tusculum 89-95
Greeneville, TN - The Bluefield State Men's Basketball team traveled to take on Tusculum College and lost 89-95 in Greeneville, TN. The loss brings the Big Blues overall record to 11-13 on the season. Box Score Mark Durgan put the Big Blues on the board first with a quick layup just a few seconds into the game, but the Pioneers went on a 10-0 run the next 2 minutes of the game. The run was stopped by a three-point shot by Avery Holliday. The Big Blues fought from behind the whole first half, the biggest lead by the Pioneers was 11 at the 6:12 mark, but was quickly cut to 9 points after 2 made free-throws by Mark Durgan. The Big Blues did get within 1 point with a 1:19 remaining, but gave up a layup to be down by 3 points at the half, 43-46. The second half, was a different story, the game was much closer. The Big Blues were down 6, a layup by Mark Durgan, with under a minute remaining in the game. The Pioneers made 1-out-of-2 free-throws to push the lead to 7 points with 32 seconds

16 February 2015, 14.45
Big Blues Lose to Oakland City 70-80
Oakland City, IN - The Bluefield State Men's Basketball team lost to Oakland City 70-80 in the Johnson Center in Oakland City, Indiana. The Big Blues overall record is now 11-11 on the season. Box Score Junior forward Derek Farr started the game off a 3-pointer to give the Big Blues a 3-0 lead, but Oakland City quickly took the lead and kept it the entire first half. The Big Blues were down 32-36 at the half. Sophomore guard Joshua Windham had a good first half with 10 points and 2 rebounds, Junior guard Dajon Reno had 8 points and 3 rebounds. In the first couple minutes of the second half, Oakland City went on a 8-0 lead to take a 12 point lead. The Big Blues cut the lead to 6 points after 2 three's by Dajon Reno. Oakland City came right back and pushed their lead to 14 at the 9:13 mark, but the Big Blues again cut into the lead to make it a 7 point game after a tip-in by Joshua Windham with 2:39 left. Oakland City, however, was too much for the Big Blues to handle down the

11 February 2015, 20.21
Big Blues Win 90-84 Against SIU at Home
Bluefield, WV - The Bluefield State Men's Basketball team defeated Salem International University 90-84 at home tonight in Ned E. Shott Gymnasium. This win brings the Big Blues overall record to 11-10 on the season. Box Score It was a quick paced game, both teams running up and down the floor. The Tigers made a lot of substitutions to keep fresh legs out there, but the Big Blues stayed with them and took the lead at the half 40-35. In the second half, the Tigers came out and made 2 dunks in a row to cut the lead to only one point and then take the lead by one point after a layup. The Big Blues battled back to take the lead again. Neither team had more than a 7 point lead at any time in the game, and tonight's game came down to the last minute of the game. The Big Blues were up 85-82 after 2 made free-throws by Freshman Jacari Smith with 1 minutes remaining. The Tigers came back with a dunk to put the Big Blues up 85-84 with 49 seconds remaining. Junior Mark Durgan dribbled down

10 February 2015, 10.04
Dajon Reno Alley Oop Nominated for Geico Play of the Year, Vote Now
BLUEFIELD STATE’S DAJON RENO NOMINATED FOR GEICO PLAY OF THE YEAR Voting Open Now Until Feb. 16 at 2015 GEICO Play of the Year Announced on CBS March 28 February 9, 2015 – CHICAGO, IL – Bluefield State junior guard, Dajon Reno’s off-the-backboard slam in their game against Oakland City University, is nominated for the GEICO Play of the Year, Intersport announced today. Each week for five weeks, four incredible college basketball plays will be nominated as the GEICO Play of the Year. Each week’s winner will be determined by fan voting through the official Facebook page ( The five finalists will compete in a week-long competition to determine the GEICO Play of the Year. The winner will be announced during the GEICO Best of College Basketball special which airs March 28 at 2 P.M. ET on CBS. Dajon Reno’s off-the backboard slam alley-oop is competing against three other plays from week three,

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