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VINCENNES, Ind. –  Sophomore Treven Madden and sophomore Walker Paris had multiple hits in Game One of the Vincennes University baseball team’s Mid-West Athletic Conference doubleheader against Lewis and Clark on Tuesday. VU took an early lead, but fell 7-3 at Jerry Blemker Field. The home team scored one run in the first inning and maintained a 1-0 lead until the top of the fourth...

VINCENNES, Ind. – The Vincennes University baseball team was back in action on Monday with a Mid-West Athletic Conference doubleheader against Lewis and Clark at Jerry Blemker Field. VU lost narrowly 5-3 in the first game and fell 6-1 in the second game. In Game One, the home team scored twice in the bottom of the first inning to make it 3-2. Lewis and Clark scored two runs in the...

WHITTINGTON, Ill. – Sophomore Zach Hall tied for 12th to lead Vincennes University in the Rend Lake Spring Invite on Monday. Hall shot an 81 in the first round on Sunday and a 78 in the final round for a two-day total of 15-over-par 159 at Rend Lake Golf Course. Freshman Matt Jordan finished 18th. He shot back-to-back 83s and posted a 166. Sophomore Joe Allbright placed 19th. He...

GALLATIN, Tenn. – The Vincennes University baseball team had nearly as many hits as Volunteer State, but the Trailblazers couldn’t put runs on the scoreboard and fell 13-6 in a non-conference game on Wednesday. They produced 11 hits, one less than the host team. VU had chances to score, but stranded 10 runners. VU scored four runs in the top of the fourth inning and was ahead 4-0....

VINCENNES, Ind. –  Field conditions and a rainy forecast have altered the Vincennes University baseball team’s weekend schedule. A four-game Mid-West Athletic Conference series against Lewis and Clark will now be played on April 22 and 23 at Jerry Blemker Field. The games were originally scheduled for April 19 and 20. Monday’s doubleheader will begin at 3 p.m. EDT. The first game is ...

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