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VINCENNES, Ind. – Vincennes University sophomore volleyball players Alison Smith, Ryleigh Fidler and Ariana Gentzler have earned All-Region 24 honors. Smith (Oakland, Ill.) and Fidler (Linton, Ind.) were named to the first team. Gentzler (Paxton, Ill.) was named to the second team. “Though these three sophomores received well deserved recognition, they are part of a tremendous...

  VINCENNES, Ind. – The Vincennes University volleyball team will play in the NJCAA Division I Midwest A District Championship tournament on Nov. 9 in Carterville, Illinois. The Trailblazers (23-19) will play Iowa Western (26-9) in a semifinal at noon EST at Carterville High School, 1415 W. Grand Ave. Iowa Western was ranked 11th in the final NJCAA Division I regular-season poll....

  CENTRALIA, Ill. - The Vincennes University volleyball rallied after dropping the first two sets to defeat host Kaskaskia, 22-25, 24-26, 25-9, 25-20, 15-8 and win its 10th consecutive match on Tuesday. VU Statistical Leaders Sophomore Alison Smith (Oakland, Ill.) contributed a career-high 23 kills, while adding eight digs. Sophomore Grace Doane (Vincennes, Ind.) added a...

  VINCENNES, Ind. - Nine Vincennes University sophomore volleyball players went out winners as the Trailblazers took out visiting Lake Land and Frontier on Sophomore Day at the P.E. Complex on Oct. 19. VU improved to 11-1 in the month of October and 21-13 overall by going the distance against Lake Land, 25-16, 18-25, 25-22, 18-25, 18-16 and rolling past Frontier, 25-17, 25-21,...

ROBINSON, Ill. - The Vincennes University volleyball team handled host Lincoln Trail College in four games, 25-23, 25-11, 25-27, 25-19 on Tuesday. VU Statistical Leaders Sophomore Alison Smith (Oakland, Illinois) had a big night at the net for the Trailblazers with a team-high 12 kills, while sophomore Grace Doane (Vincennes, Indiana) contributed 10. Freshman Savannah Grimes ...

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