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05 October 2015, 10.53
Rosanne De Vries Receives NCAA 'Toughest to Strikeout' Award
Bluefield, W.Va.— Bluefield State Interim Athletic Director, Dr. Tom Hart and Head Volleyball and Softball Coach Edric Poitier presented a plaque to softball player Roseanne De Vries at our last home volleyball match on Sept. 30th, 2015. The plaque was given to De Vries for the 2014-15 NCAA Division II "Toughest to Strikeout" Award. During last year's 2014-15 season, she had 0 strikeouts through 66 at bats. De Vries is a senior pitcher/utility player from Alkmaar, Netherland. Last year was her first year as a Lady Blue, she transferred in from Chipola College in Mariana, Florida. De Vries led the team in batting average with .380, hits (30), and doubles (5) and overall had 1 strikeout in 79 at

24 April 2015, 16.18
Lady Blues Split with Golden Bears
Smithers, WV –The Bluefield State Softball team traveled to take on the West Virginia University Tech Golden Bears in Smithers, WV. The Lady Blues split with the Golden Bears 1-16 and 4-1. Game 1 The Lady Blues had a rough first game allowing the Golden Bears to score 11 runs off of 8 errors in the first inning. The Lady Blues did put one run up on the board in the third inning, but just couldn't hold the Golden Bears, who added 5 more runs in the fourth inning to put the game away 16-1 and end early in 5 innings due to the 8-run mercy rule. Right fielder Shonte Cargill had the lone hit of the game going 1-for-2 and center fielder Chelsea Duncan scored the lone run of the game. Game 2 Game two was a much different story for the Lady Blues, who put the first scored on the board with 2 runs in the second inning. Charity Harris hit a 2-run bomb scoring herself and Allyson Hatfield. The Lady Blues added another run to their total in the fifth inning to take a 3-0 lead. The very next

23 April 2015, 13.25
Lady Blues Fall to WSSU
Winston-Salem, NC –The Bluefield State Softball team lost a pair of games to the Winston-Salem State University Rams 0-8 and 3-8 Wednesday afternoon at Twin City Park in Winston-Salem, NC. Game 1 The Rams came out hot scoring 4 runs in the first inning to put the Lady Blues in an early hole. All game, the Lady Blues couldn't string a couple hits together to push a run across the plate. The Rams added another 4 runs in the sixth inning to break the game open and take the win 8-0. The Lady Blues had 5 hits and committed 3 errors compared to the Rams 8 runs, 9 hits, and 1 error. First baseman Rosanne De Vries and third baseman Chelsey Dobbs were both 2-for-3 and pitcher Amanda Cokeley was 1-for-3. Game 2 In game two, the Lady Blues offense woke up by scoring 1 run in the first inning. Rosanne De Vries hit a double to center field and advanced to third with Amanda Cokeley single to right field. Cokeley stole second base and advanced to third base on an error by the short stop,

22 April 2015, 11.07
Lady Blues Lose to Kentucky State
Frankfort, KY–The Bluefield State Softball team lost a double-header to Kentucky State 1-6 and in Frankfort, KY. Game 1 The Lady Blues put up the first run of the game in the third inning when Amanda Cokeley singled to center field to score Chelsea Duncan from third base.The Thorobreds broke the game open though when they scored all six of their runs in the fifth inning and included 2 homeruns. The Lady Blues couldn't come back from the 5-run deficit and lost 1-6. The Thorobreds out-hit the Lady Blues 8-5 and also committed 2 errors. Center fielder Chelsea Duncan was 2-for-3 with the lone run of the game. Game 2 In game 2 the Lady Blues had the lead again scoring all their runs in the first three innings of play, 1 in the first and second and 2 in the third. Rosanne De Vries first at bat was a homerun bomb to give an early 1-0 lead.The Thorobreds again, came back and scored 5 runs in the fourth and 3 runs in the fifth to take an 8-4 lead and the end result of the game. Rosanne De

13 April 2015, 21.43
Softball Falls to Salem International on Senior Day
Bluefield, VA –The Bluefield State Softball team hosted a double-header today against Salem International and lost both games 0-4 and 0-5. The Lady Blues also recognized their two seniors, Lindsey Whited and Charity Harris, in between games today. Coach Poitier spoke about both players while they were met at the pitcher's mound by Coach and Bluefield State Athletic Director, Terry Brown. Both players were also given an action picture in a frame, balloons, flowers, and some goodies from their teammates. Box Score-1 The Salem International Tigers out hit the Lady Blues 10-4 in the first game. The Tigers put up 2 runs in the second inning off a single, an error, and a double. The Lady Blues had the bases loaded in the fourth inning, but couldn't get the timely hit to push a run across the plate. Salem International scored 1 run in the sixth and another one in the seventh inning by a homerun to extend their lead and take the game 4-0. Box Score-2 In game two, the Salem

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