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Vincennes University to honor Blazers’ undefeated regular season and third consecutive trip to NJCAA national tournament

Vincennes University will host a reception April 1 to honor the VU Men’s Basketball Team’s undefeated regular season and third consecutive trip to the NJCAA Div. I Men’s Basketball National Championship Tournament in Hutchinson, KS.
The Trailblazers posted VU’s second undefeated regular season with a 30-0 slate. VU didn’t lose a game until the championship game of the NJCAA District 16 Tournament. The Trailblazers ended the season at 33-2. The April 1 reception will recognize the VU players, coaches and staff. It is free and open to all VU students, faculty and staff, as well as Trailblazer athletics boosters and the community as a whole. It will be 4:30-6 p.m. on the main floor of the VU P.E. Complex. Refreshments will be served.
The celebration will include VU Athletic Director Harry Meeks as master of ceremonies. The program will feature VU Men’s Basketball Coach Todd Franklin speaking.

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