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VINCENNES, Ind. - Vincennes University announces its 2020 baseball schedule, which includes 15 games against NJCAA Division I opponents and features a 32-game Mid-West Athletic Conference schedule, including 17 against teams that are expected to be nationally ranked. The 2020 Trailblazer slate features 17 games vs. teams expected to be nationally ranked. Opening weekend is Feb...

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...

VINCENNES, Ind. -  Four Vincennes University baseball players have committed to teams at the next level. Outfielder Tyler Estes is headed to play for NCAA Division I Western Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois. "Tyler has been a two-year contributor here in VU baseball program,” VU Baseball Coach Chris Barney said. “As a freshman, he played left field and center field, and...

VINCENNES, Ind. – Vincennes University sophomore pitchers Walker Paris and Luke Lancaster have been named to the Mid-West Athletic Conference all-conference baseball team. Paris received second-team honors. Lancaster earned a spot on the honorable mention team. "I am extremely happy for both Walker and Luke who were named all conference by the other coaches in the Mid-West...

QUINCY, Ill. – The Vincennes University baseball team completed a three-game Mid-West Athletic Conference series sweep of John Wood with a 3-1 win on Saturday. The Trailblazers tied the game at 1-all in the top of the third inning. The contest remained deadlocked until VU scored two runs in the final seventh innings. Sophomore Kavan Crowell pitched a complete game and gave up six...

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