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Pensacola State Volleyball takes second at Invitational
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Pensacola State Volleyball takes second at Invitational

  By Ally Doty The Pensacola State College Volleyball team battled tremendously in the Pensacola State Invitational August 30 and 31 at the Milton campus and won every match except one, making their season record 4-4. Their opening match on Friday made PSC look tough to beat, wiping the Labette College Cardinals out, three sets...

PSC athletes ready for success, more titles after being introduced Tuesday
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PSC athletes ready for success, more titles after being introduced Tuesday

by Ally Doty The Pensacola State College Athletic Department held the “Meet the Athletes” event on Tuesday, August 27, in the Hartsell Arena in building 3 where all sports teams came together to introduce themselves for the 2013-2014 season. President of the college, Dr. Ed Meadows, opened the gathering with words about PSC’s athletic adventure over the last 65...

Delgado dominates pirates, 4-0
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Delgado dominates pirates, 4-0

by Ally Doty The Pensacola State College baseball team took on the Delgado Dolphins from Louisiana last weekend, March 1- 3. They went into the games with a 10-9-1 record, they played a total of four games in three days, and they lost all four games. Friday afternoon’s game started off with PSC’s Brett Casteel...

Men are short by four, lose 77-73
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Men are short by four, lose 77-73

by Ally Doty Pensacola State College men’s basketball lost their final game of the season by four points against Tallahassee Community College Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Lou Ross Center.Before tip-off, PSC sophomores Devin Wilson, Josh Turner, Kent Langham, Milton Geddes and DiAngelo Kirkland were recognized and stood on the court with family and friends...

Lady pirates lose last home game, 56-52
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Lady pirates lose last home game, 56-52

by Ally Doty Pensacola State College women’s basketball recognized their 2012-2013 sophomores, Ricki Alex and Allysia Rohlehr, Saturday, Feb. 23 after they suffered their final loss of the season versus Tallahassee Community College.“They both played a very well season,” Coach Leah Drury gloated about her ladies after Saturday’s game. “Allysia Rohlehr didn’t come out of...

Women still on losing streak
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Women still on losing streak

by Ally Doty Leah Drury, the Pensacola State College women’s head basketball coach, and the lady pirates endured another loss of the season against conference rivals Gulf Coast State College on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at the Lou Ross Center.   In Drury’s first season as coach, the pirates have played with only nine girls for...

Men win by two
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Men win by two

by Ally Doty “It was a tale of two halves,” said Pensacola State College Basketball Coach Pete Pena after his pirates put away the Gulf Coast State College Commodores on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at the Lou Ross Center. The pirates went into Wednesday’s game with an 18-10 overall season record and a 4-6 conference record....

Pirate softball shuts out SMCC
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Pirate softball shuts out SMCC

  by Ally Doty The Pensacola State College softball team played their first home, double header of the season Friday, Feb. 8, against Southwest Mississippi Community College. Coming into Friday’s games the Pirates were 1-4 this season and were looking to add a couple more wins to their record. In the first game of the...

Lady Pirates’ Basketball loses five players to violations of PSC policy
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Lady Pirates’ Basketball loses five players to violations of PSC policy

by Ally Doty The Pensacola State women’s basketball team is currently under re-construction after the recent loss of five players, not only from the basketball program, but also from the college as well. “They were all very good basketball players; one was an all-American, four of them were SEC-type players,” said Pensacola State Athletic Director...

Baseball home opener closes with loss
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Baseball home opener closes with loss

by Ally Doty The Pensacola State College baseball team faced Faulkner State Community College for their home opener of the season on Tuesday, Feb. 5, and lost 8-4. After creating a 3-1-1 record on the road to begin their season, the Pirates created numerous opportunities to score runs in each inning but were only successful...