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15 October 2014, 11.23
2nd Annual Big Blue Madness
BLUEFIELD, W. Va.- The second annual "Big Blue Madness" program, featuring an opportunity to meet Bluefield State College's basketball teams, enjoy free food, participate in various contest, win prizes and more, will be held at Bluefield State College on October 18, door open at 5 p.m. the event will begin at 5:30 p.m. There is free admission to the event and the public is encouraged to attend. Recently, The National Collegiate Athletic Association awarded a CHOICES education grant to Bluefield State College to develop an alcohol education campaign led by student athletes and other student leaders for the benefit of all BSC students. Big Blue Madness is a featured event in the College's schedule of activities to promote "Alcohol Choices Education for Students" (ACES). The Lady Blues and Big Blues families looks forward to meeting their fans and friends at Big Blue Madness in the Ned Shott Gymnasium on Oct.18 at 5:30

10 October 2014, 11.13
Austin Henderson Nominated as a DII SAAC Committee Member
BLUEFIELD, W. Va.– The Bluefield State Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) has nominated Austin Henderson to the National Division II Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) for an independent institution student-athlete representative. Austin is a new member to SAAC this year (2014-15), he is a freshman Men’s Basketball player from Ellenwood, GA. In order to be nominated, the student-athlete must have a minimum of two years of athletic eligibility remaining and be available to serve one-three year term. This specific position is up in January 2015. Austin said, “I would like to serve on the Student- Athlete Advisory Committee because I believe that this will be an opportunity for me to gain leadership training and I will be able to improve the college experience for student-athletes. In high school I was a member of both the BETA Club and the National Honor Society, but I never was nominated for a leadership position. Both of these clubs required me to have high grades

18 September 2014, 12.34
Sports Teams Participate in the US Marine Corps Training
Bluefield, WV- In April of 2014 while attending the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Convention in Nashville, TN Coach J.J. Oliver witnessed the United States Marines Corps leadership and teambuilding exhibition.  At that time I decided that this would be a great event for my student-athletes to participate in to develop leadership within our program after losing 5 seniors and to provide an opportunity for team building skills.  I signed up to receive more information about the program and its offerings.  In mid-May Captain Nicholas C. Harwood and Captain David M. Grant came to BSC and spoke with me about the program as well as told me some of the benefits.  It was during this time that I became sold on the idea of bringing this experience to BSC.  Later during the summer when speaking with Captain Grant I told him I thought the program would be beneficial to the entire athletics department and I invited all of the coaches to involve their teams. 

30 July 2014, 14.30
Coach Jamaal Jackson's 3rd Annual Basketball Camp
BLUEFIELD, W. Va. - The Bluefield State Men’s Basketball Coach, Jamaal Jackson, finished up his basketball camp here on campus last week. The camp was held Monday, July 21st through Thursday, July 24th.  There was a great turn out for the campers this year with approximately 30 for the week ranging from 8-17 years of age. Coach Jackson had 8 individuals helping/coaching during the camp’s duration.    Coach Jackson spoke of the camp saying, “We had another fun and successful camp. We had campers from Cleveland, Columbus, and DC, as well as from many local areas, with a very strong group from Montcalm and Giles. The campers did an excellent job of digesting what they learned in station drills and incorporating these skills in to games and contest. Our coaches did an excellent job of teaching, and our campers did an excellent job of bringing energy each day and being coachable. I’m already looking forward to seeing these faces in camp next summer, and on their

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

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