VALDOSTA -- Valdosta State's baseball team keeps moving up in the Division II world.
This week's Collegiate Baseball Division II poll -- on which VSU head coach Tommy Thomas is a contributor -- has the Blazers fourth, behind Florida Southern, Kennesaw State and Tampa.
Last week the Blazers (20-4, 3-0) were eighth. VSU swept a three-game series against Montevallo to take a share of the Gulf South Conference East Division lead with North Alabama, which also swept its weekend series (versus Lincoln Memorial).
VSU hosts Edward Waters in a makeup doubleheader at 4 p.m. today at Billy Grant Field, then goes to Thomas at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Gulf South East play resumes this weekend at West Florida.
The complete Division II poll may be found on Collegiate Baseball's website, www.baseballnews.com.
Both Valdosta State tennis teams remain ranked in the Division II polls released Monday.
VSU's men (5-3) fell to 12th after being ranked eighth two weeks ago. VSU's women (2-4) stayed at No. 25.
Both teams won 9-0 at Fort Valley State Sunday. VSU is scheduled to face Kutztown, who's men's team is ranked No. 19, at 2 p.m. today at The Complex's tennis courts.
The complete Division II tennis polls may be found at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's website, www.
Valdosta State's football team is hosting its annual spring coaching clinic Friday and Saturday.
In addition to discussions, participants are invited to a Friday evening cookout and to attend Friday's spring practice and Saturday morning's spring scrimmage at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium.
Cost is $10 per person. Contact the football office, 333-5970, for more information.
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