After suffering a heartbreaking double-overtime loss on the road Saturday afternoon, the Lady Blues hit the road again Wednesday night traveling to Mars Hill University looking to get back in the win column.
It wasn’t the weekend the Big Blues had in mind for their Big Blue Classic, but after having Friday night’s game canceled due to a water main break on campus, the Lady Blues were able to take to the court Saturday afternoon versus Cheyney University.
When it comes to sports rivalries, most people think of Lakers-Celtics, Ohio State-Michigan, or maybe even UConn-Tennessee, but when it comes to this area, everyone knows Bluefield State-Bluefield College
Head coach Ryan Bailey has announced the signing of the 2019-2020 recruiting class. With the addition of eight new freshmen and two transfers, this year’s recruiting class features ten young ladies with a lot of local flare.
The Big Blues women’s basketball team took the floor against USCAA opponent Stratford University (currently ranked #15 in the latest USCAA Div. I coaches poll) on Saturday afternoon in an exhibition game and walked away victors by the score of 100-34
On Day two of the 1st Annual USCAA Tip-Off Classic at Penn State Fayette the Big Blues women’s basketball team took on Campbellsville-Harrodsburg and walked away with a hard fought 79-71 victory to start their season 2-0.
After their exhibition game on Monday night at Bluefield College, the Bluefield State Women’s Basketball team will officially open their season Friday afternoon at the USCAA Tipoff Classic versus Alfred State College.
Bluefield State women’s basketball head coach Ryan Bailey announced the last four members of the 2018 recruiting class. “These four young ladies come ready to make the commitment to help carry out the vision and mission we have set for the women’s basketball program. They are great additions to the other young ladies who made that same commitment just a few months ago.”