Valdosta State Baseball on The Jock

Blazer fans and baseball fans in general, enjoy Valdosta State Baseball action on The Jock 1150 for select games this spring. Saturday, February 15th at 1 pm we will have the doubleheader against Shorter. Sunday, February 16th we will carry the game at Shorter, game is at 1 pm. We will update future broadcasts as […] Read more »

Snow Cancells VSU Baseball Doubleheader

Due to snowy, wet conditions, the Valdosta State Baseball Doubleheader for Saturday March 2nd has been postponed. Instead of one game being played against Alabama-Huntsville tomorrow, they’ll be a doubleheader in Huntsville, Sunday March 3rd, starting at 1 pm. You can catch both parts of the doubleheader on The Jock, or 1150 AM/96.1FM in the […] Read more »

VSU game postponed

The Valdosta State Blazer Baseball game scheduled for Friday, February 22 is postponed due to inclement weather. We will hopefully air VSU Baseball tomorrow, but if the weather stays wet, we will air Atlanta Braves Spring Training baseball. Read more »

Valdosta State Blazers: 2012 Division II national champions! Blazers dominate Rams, win third Division II title


Ed HooperThe Valdosta Daily Times FLORENCE, Ala. — The Valdosta State students and fans couldn’t help themselves. With the time winding off the clock in Saturday’s Division II national championship game, they slowly started to creep over the fence and onto the field. When the final horn buzzed, Blazer Nation stormed a field that is […] Read more »

Dan Reeves speaks faith, NFL in Valdosta

Former NFL player and head coach Dan Reeves autographs footballs during the Valdosta State University Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ banquet at Crosspointe Church in Valdosta on Thursday night.

Ed HooperThe Valdosta Daily Times VALDOSTA — Dan Reeves, a former player and coach in the National Football League, made a rare visit to Valdosta Thursday night. The only coach to lead the Atlanta Falcons to a Super Bowl appearance, Reeves was the guest speaker at the Valdosta State University Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ banquet […] Read more »

Blazers win opener. Valdosta State excites crowd, beats Point 85-62

VSU guard Shaquille Harris (4) drives the lane and looks to pass the ball during the first half of Saturday's game at the P.E. Complex.

Ed HooperThe Valdosta Daily Times VALDOSTA — The excitement surrounding the Valdosta State men’s basketball program is back. After a dismal 2011-12 season, the new-look Blazers gave the crowd of over 1,600 a lot to cheer about Saturday night at the P.E. Complex, officially beginning the new year of VSU basketball in style. From rim-rattling […] Read more »

Lady Blazers begin season with a win

Valdosta State's Kourtnee Williams (5) splits Trinity Baptist defenders and goes up for a shot during Saturday night's season-opening game at the P.E. Complex in Valdosta

Ed HooperThe Valdosta Daily Times VALDOSTA — Shorthanded and fighting injuries, the Valdosta State Lady Blazers withstood a second half surge from the Trinity Baptist Lady Eagles and secured a 64-51 season-opening victory Saturday night at the P.E. Complex. “For our first game out, I thought we did some very good things, at times,” Valdosta […] Read more »

Holder looking to fill shoes of Dreiling


Ed HooperThe Valdosta Daily Times  VALDOSTA — For two seasons, Valdosta State fans saw the No. 15 uniform of Harrison Dreiling make plays all over the field. From tackles to interceptions to fumble recoveries, Dreiling became a staple on the Blazer defense in 2010 and ’11. Unfortunately for VSU fans, the All-American Dreiling graduated, this […] Read more »