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The Vincennes University Volleyball Team will honor its five sophomores tonight prior to the Trailblazers’ 7 p.m. match vs. Lincoln Trail at the VU P.E. Complex. VU (14-16) will say thank you to Juma Armando, Brianna Burgess, Lyndsey Carrico, Lauren Comer and Morgan Wray in the regular season finale. The Trailblazers will also use tonight’s match to try to generate...

LAFAYETTE – The Vincennes University Varsity Bowling Team garnered a top-5 finish and the Trailblazers’ junior varsity squad was in the top 10 at the Boilermaker Classic Saturday and Sunday at Arrowhead Lanes in Lafayette. The VU Varsity Trailblazers racked up 7,591 pins to grab fourth place in the field of 16 varsity and 14 JV teams. VU’s junior varsity bowlers knocked down...

Because of rain in the weekend forecast, the Vincennes University Baseball Team's High School Showcase, which was scheduled for Saturday (Oct. 24) at VU's Jerry Blemker Field HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL SATURDAY, NOV. 7. This weekend's forecast for Vincennes calls for rain to move in late tonight through 5 p.m. Saturday afternoon. Expected rainfall totals are between a half-inch up to an...

The Vincennes University Volleyball Team's match times for the Cincinnati State Pink-Out Classic this weekend have changed yet again. VU Coach Stephanie Armstrong received word from Cincinnati State earlier today that two teams withdrew from the event and the change in the number of teams dictated revising the weekend schedule. The Trailblazers will now play at the following times this...

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...

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