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GODFREY, Ill. – The Vincennes University men’s golf team concluded its fall season by placing fourth out of five teams in the Mid-West Athletic Conference Tournament at Lockhaven Golf Club on Oct. 12. VU Performers 7. Sophomore Matt Jordan (Franklin, Ind.) 79-79 — 158 (+14) 10. Freshman Bryce Kirchner (North Vernon, Ind.) 81-80 — 161 (+17) 16. Freshman Noah...

  MARION, Ill. –  The Vincennes University men’s golf team finished in third place at the John A. Logan Fall Invitational at The Links at Kokopelli on Tuesday. VU shot 323 and 326 in Monday’s first and seconds rounds and followed with a 325 in Tuesday’s final round to finish at 974 strokes. VU Performers Sophomore Matt Jordan (Franklin, Ind.) just missed earning a medal in ...

WEST FRANKFORT, Ill.. -  The Vincennes University Golf team started off the season at the Rend Lake Fall Preview at Franklin County Country Club on Friday. The Trailblazers had to shake off the rust a little in the first round of the season with freshman Bryce Kirschner (North Vernon, Ind.) leading VU with 74. Sophomore Matt Jordan (Franklin, Ind.) ended his round with an 82....

VINCENNES, Ind. - The Vincennes University Golf Team is preparing for the upcoming 2019 fall season and looking to uphold the high standard that previous years have set. “We only have two players returning for this season”, VU Golf Coach Dennis Chattin said of the 2019 roster, “so it’s going to be a real learning experience for us.” The Trailblazers are returning sophomores Matt...

The 2019 Fall Golf schedule has been released. Follow the link, mark your calendars, support your Trailblazers!!! https://www.vinu.edu/web/athletics/golf/schedule  

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