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Sophomore guard Brooke Dossett hit five 3-pointers en route to 19 points to lead four players in double figures as the Vincennes University Women's Basketball Team routed Southwestern Illinois College, 90-43, Wednesday at the VU P.E. Complex. It was the Trailblazers' 17th consecutive win and improved the VU record to 17-1 on the season. In addition to Dossett's offensive production,...

INA, Ill. - The Vincennes University Women's Basketball Team saw a 10-point lead evaporate late in the game, but escaped Saturday at Rend Lake with a 61-59 win to continue the 24th-ranked Trailblazers' win streak. The Trailblazers struggled with their shooting from long distance and at the free throw line throughout the day, but made the necessary plays and shots in the closing seconds to...

Freshman Nate Hansen hit six 3-pointers and scored 24 points off the bench to lead five Vincennes University players in double figures Sunday as the Trailblazers blasted visiting Don Bosco Prep, 117-70, in VU's return to action from the holiday break. NJCAA Honorable-Mention VU (13-3) also got 21 points from sophomore forward Justin King, 15 from freshman guard Jeremiah Bell and 12...

The Vincennes University Women's Basketball returned to 2015-16 action Saturday following the holiday break and improved to 14-1 on the campaign with an 82-64 win over visiting Cincinnati State at the VU P.E. Complex. It was also VU's 14th consecutive win as sophomore guard Brooke Dossett scored 17 points and freshman Joshlynn King and Laurhen Pickett both added 14 to lead the Trailblazers....

BARDSTOWN, Ky. – When Jordan Hickman elected to continue his collegiate basketball career by transferring to Vincennes University for his sophomore season after spending his freshman campaign at Southeastern Illinois College in Harrisburg, IL, he was simply doing what had defined the 6-2 guard throughout his upbringing. He was staying loyal, displaying an impressively strong work ethic...

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