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08 February 2015, 10.43
Lady Blues Fall at Carson-Newman
Jefferson, TN –The Bluefield State Softball team started their 2015 season on the road against Carson-Newman in Jefferson, TN. The Lady Blues were swept both games 0-26 (in 5) and 1-14 (in 5) to go 0-2 on the season. The Lady Blues faced a Carson-Newman team who were 34-18 last season. The Eagle's offense was explosive and way too much for the Lady Blues to handle. Game 1 Carson-Newman scored in all 4 innings they were on offense. The Lady Blues couldn't stop it in the third inning when the Eagles scored 16 runs and put the game out of reach for the Lady Blues. The Lady Blues struggled offensively with only 2 hits in the game. Junior Rosanne De Vries was 1-for-2 and Sophomore Chelsea Duncan was 1-for-2. Junior Amanda Cokeley started the game and went 3 innings and Senior Lindsey Whited came in for relief for 1 inning. The Lady Blues had 6 errors in the game, which gave the Eagle's more opportunities to get on base and score. It was the first game of the season and the Lady

06 February 2015, 11.31
Lady Blues Open 2015 Season at Carson-Newman on Feb. 7th
Bluefield, WV –The Bluefield State Softball team has their 2015 season opener this Saturday, Feb. 7th against Carson-Newman. The double-header will start at 1pm and 3pm in Jefferson, TN. The Lady Blues are coming off a much improved season from the previous few years with an 8-28 overall record. The Lady Blues look to continue their success in this 2015 season. The Lady Blues did lose some key contributors and leadership in Reva Davis, Brittany Cook and Meghan Dakins from the 2014 season. But, Reva Davis and Meghan Dakins will both be helping Coach Poitier this season on the sidelines. Offensively, the Lady Blues look for good things from their players who had the third, fourth, and fifth best batting averages from last season. Sophomores Chelsey Dobbs and Chelsea Duncan both look to be a force with batting averages of .293 and .263. Junior Allyson Hatfield looks to a play maker in the batter's box as well. Defensively, senior Lindsey Whited and Junior Amanda Cokeley are both

16 January 2015, 12.43
Lady Blues Sign Local Athlete, Lyndsay Hatfield
Bluefield, WV –The Bluefield State Lady Blues have signed local student-athlete Lyndsay Hatfield to a National Letter of Intent for the 2015-16 season. Lyndsay will be playing for the women's basketball team and the softball team next year. Lyndsay Hatfield is a 5'8" senior from Princeton, WV. She plays for the PikeView High School Panthers. Her parents are Tammy Rogers, and Geoffrey and Bev Hatfield.In basketball, Lyndsay is a shooting guard/forward. She is averaging about 18 points and 7 rebounds. For her basketball career honors, she has received 2nd Team All-Coalfield Conference (Freshman), 2nd Team All-4 Seasons County (Freshman), All-State (Sophomore), Bluefield Daily Telegraph Player of the Week (multiple times), and Wendy's Heisman. Bluefield State Women's Basketball Coach, JJ Oliver says, "Lyndsay is a great addition to our program. Her ability to knock down shots will prove to be a great asset for us. However, it is the relentless effort and passion that she plays with

30 April 2014, 09.55
Lady Blues Senior Day
Bluefield, WV. -  The Bluefield State Softball team hosted Glenville State on April 24th and lost both games 0-9 and 1-10. It was also senior day for our Lady Blues who were honored between games. Pictured (L-R): Head Coach Edric Poitier, Reva Davis, Brittany Cook, Meghan Dakins, and FAR/Interim AD Roger Owensby. Game 1 (L 0-9) Glenville State came out and scored 3 runs in the first inning and scored 6 runs in the fifth inning to take the lead and the win 9-0 in 5 innings. The Lady Blues offense just couldn't get going to push the runs across the plate. Senior second baseman Meghan Dakins was 2-for-3. Freshman first baseman Chelsea Duncan was 1-for-2 with a walk. Senior catcher Brittany Cook was 1-for-3. Sophomore Amanda Cokeley pitched 5 innings and allowed 9 runs off of 11 hits, 3 walks, and 2 strikeouts for the loss. Game 2 (L 1-10) The second game was another struggle offensively for the Lady Blues. They scored the 1 run in the fourth inning. Glenville State came out

30 April 2014, 08.45
Lady Blues Split with WV Tech
Belle, WV. -  The Bluefield State Softball team traveled to play WV Tech on April 19th and split with the Golden Bears winning the first game 12-10 and losing the second game 1-11 in 5 innings. Game 1 (W 12-10) This game was all about offense and who could score the most runs in the seven innings of play. The Golden Bears started out strong scoring 2 runs in each of the first two innings. But the Lady Blues came out on a tear and scored 8 runs in the third inning to take the lead 8-4. BSC added another run in the top of the fourth that was countered by WV Tech scoring a run in the bottom and another in the fifth inning. The Lady Blues put up 3 more in the top of the sixth while the Golden Bears countered with 2 in the bottom cutting the lead to 4 runs. The Lady Blues were scoreless in the top of the seventh. The Golden Bears last chance to tie the ball game and came up short only scoring 2 runs to give the Lady Blues the win 12-10. Junior pitcher/short-stop Lindsey Whited was

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Sat Feb 28 @ 1:00PM -
POSTPONED-Away: Softball at King
Tue Mar 03 @ 2:00PM -
HOME: Softball vs Glenville State
Thu Mar 05 @ 3:00PM -
Away: Softball at Concord
Sat Mar 07 @ 4:00PM -
Away: Softball at St. Augustine's
Mon Mar 09 @12:00PM -
Away: Softball at Livingstone
Sat Mar 14 @ 1:00PM -
Away: Softball at Fayetteville State
Wed Mar 18 @ 2:00PM -
Away: Softball at Charleston
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