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16 January 2015, 12.43
Lady Blues Sign Local Athlete, Lyndsay Hatfield
Bluefield, WV â€“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

29 April 2014, 12.46
Lady Blues Lose 2 to KSU
Bluefield, WV. -  The Bluefield State Softball team traveled to Frankfort, KY to take on Kentucky State University and lost both games 2-10 and 7-8 Game 1 The Lady Blues started out in a hole and couldn't dig themselves out of it. They were down 0-7 after four innings. In the top of the 5th, the Lady Blues put 2 runs on the board to cut the lead to 5 runs, but couldn't hold Kentucky State offense defensively and ended up losing the game 2-10. Senior catcher Brittany Cook was 2-for-3 with 2 RBI. Sophomore short-stop Amanda Cokeley was 2-for-3. Junior Lindsey Whited 1-for-2. Freshman third baseman Chelsey Dobbs was 1-for-3 with 1 run scored. Freshman first baseman Chelsea Duncan was 1-for-3. Sophomore left fielder Allyson Hatfield scored 1 run. Junior Lindsey Whited pitched 6 inning and allowed 10 runs off of 15 hits, 6 walks, and 1 strikeout for the loss. Game 2 The Lady Blues came out and scored 2 runs in the first inning to take the lead, but Kentucky State pounded out 8

14 April 2014, 09.41
WV Tech takes 2 Against Lady Blues
Bluefield, WV-  The Bluefield State Softball team hosted WV tech and lost both games 12-19 and 8-12. Game 1WV Tech came out and scored 3 runs and 2 runs in the first 2 innings. The Lady Blues came back and scored 3 runs and 5 runs themselves taking the lead 8-6 after 3 innings of play. The Bears scored another run in the 4th and added 6 more runs in the 5th to take the lead 13-8. The Lady Blues stormed back and scored 4 runs in the bottom of the 6th to cut the lead to just 1 run, 12-13. But, the Bears offense was too exploded again for another 6 runs in the top of the 7th to make score 19-12 and it would stay that way for the final result. Freshman third baseman Chelsey Dobbs was 3-for-5 with 2 runs scored and 1 RBI with a double. Senior center fielder Reva Davis was 1-for-2 with 3 runs scored, 3 RBI, 2 walks, and 1 hit-by-pitch. Junior Lindsey Whited was 2-for-2 with 4 RBI and 1 walk. Senior catcher Brittany Cook was 2-for-5 with 4 RBI. Sophomore left fielder Allyson Hatfield

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