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The Vincennes University Volleyball Team sandwiched two wins between a pair of setbacks as the Trailblazers split their four games at their own Showdown At The Wabash on Friday and Saturday at the Vincennes University P.E. Complex. VU (11-12) dropped a five-set decision to Cincinnati State by scores of 13-25, 23-25, 25-22, 25-14, 7-15 in its first match on Friday afternoon. The...

LOUISVILLE, Ky.  – In its coach’s opinion, the Vincennes University Men’s Cross Country Team ran its best race of the season and the VU women’s squad earned 15 th  place out of 44 teams at Saturday’s Greater Louisville Classic. Coach Chris Gafner said the VU women’s showing was more than acceptable and good enough that he believes the Trailblazer ladies could...

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Vincennes University Cross Country Teams return to action Saturday at the 14th Annual Greater Louisville Classic, which is hosted by the University of Louisville at Tom Sawyer State Park. Saturday Race Schedule: College Men's Gold Race #1         9:30 am College Women's Gold Race #1         10:15...

The schedule for the Oct. 9 and 10 Cincinnati State Volleyball Pink-Out Tournament has been changed. The event's updated match times and opponents for the VU Volleyball Team can be found in the schedule on the VU Volleyball web page. The Trailblazers will now play at the following times at Cincinnati State: Oct. 9 (3 p.m.) vs. Columbus State, Oct. 9 (7 p.m.) vs. Lakeland, ...

***ATTENTION*** The field of teams for VU Volleyball's Showdown At The Wabash this weekend has been shuffled YET AGAIN with changes to Saturday's match-ups between VU and two opponents. Trailblazer Coach Stephanie Armstrong was contacted earlier this morning by two teams' coaches who requested changes in match times. The third REVISED schedule for the Friday and Saturday...

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