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TERRE HAUTE – The Vincennes University Golf Team continued its cold-weather winning ways when the Trailblazers claimed the Rose-Hulman Invitational Sunday at the Hulman Links Golf Course in Terre Haute, IN. VU turned in a two-round total score of 605, topping second place Mount St. Joseph's 611, third place Rose-Hulman's 636, fourth place Thomas More's 637 and fifth place Hanover's...

The Vincennes University Golf Team claimed the Brescia University Invitational Thursday and Friday at Christmas Lake Golf Course in Santa Claus, IN, then moved directly into the Rose-Hulman Invitational at Hulman Links in Terre Haute, IN, and ended Saturday's first round of play tied for the lead in that event. The Trailblazers maintained their first day lead in the Brescia event and...

The Vincennes University Baseball Team split a doubleheader with Spoon River Saturday at Jerry Blemker Field when the Trailblazers won the first game, 5-3, and dropped Game 2 by an 8-7 score. In Game 1, freshman Bryant Jackson (3-1) threw six innings of seven-hit baseball and sophomore Alex Rojas launched a two-run home run to lead the Trailblazers (8-14). VU scored all five of its runs...

Vincennes University will host a reception April 1 to honor the VU Men’s Basketball Team’s undefeated regular season and third consecutive trip to the NJCAA Div. I Men’s Basketball National Championship Tournament in Hutchinson, KS. The Trailblazers posted VU’s second undefeated regular season with a 30-0 slate. VU didn’t lose a game until the championship game of the NJCAA District 16...

The Vincennes University Baseball Team’s bats were as cold as the temperature Friday against visiting Spoon River, but the Trailblazers found a way to get a 3-2 win in a cold weather-shortened, seven-inning game. Although VU could manage only two hits against Snappers starter Ryan Taller, Spoon River allowed the Trailblazers to win in walk-off fashion on two consecutive Snapper errors. ...

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