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INA, Ill. – The Vincennes University Volleyball Team ground out a five-set win at Rend Lake Monday night to improve to 6-5 on the season. The Trailblazers (6-5) won by scores of 25-17, 22-25, 25-14, 23-25, 16-14. VU was paced by sophomore Juma Armando’s 20 kills, while freshman Kaeli James recorded 16. Also, freshman Lindsay Persico had 13 and freshman Kassidie Hayes finished with 12...

The Vincennes University Volleyball Team’s return to action has been delayed a few days, but the Trailblazers will be back on the court Monday at Rend Lake in Ina, IL. VU, which had 10 matches in 18 days between the season-opening Aug. 21 and 22 Blazer Classic and a Sept. 7 trip to Lincoln Trail, was originally scheduled to head to Rend Lake Saturday but the match was postponed two...

REMINDER: VU Volleyball's match that was originally scheduled for Saturday (Sept. 12) at Rend Lake in Ina, IL, HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED for Monday (Sept. 14). The match will begin Monday at 6:30 p.m.

SHELBYVILLE  – Vincennes University sophomores Adam Warren and Kelly O’Shea finished just outside the Top 10 in their respective races Saturday at the Franklin College Sodexo Grizzly Invitational. The top-15 performances led both Trailblazer teams to top-10 showings in their season openers as the VU women were fifth in their 5K race and the VU men finished seventh in their 8K meet....

Dates have been set for Vincennes University Cheer Team try-outs. The dates are: Sept. 11: 6-9 p.m. (Open Gym); Sept. 12: 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Noon (Open Gym); OFFICIAL cheer team try-outs start at 12 p.m. Noon on Sept. 12. *For more information, e-mail Coach Adrianne Hinds at adriannehinds@yahoo.com.

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