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These included awards to students from 10 states across the country and 4 international awards.  

Currently the VU Foundation manages over 540 scholarship and department funds, with 259 new funds created in just the last 10 years.

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Top-ranked Trailblazers rout St. Clair County, 96-42, to keep rolling

Sophomore Donte McGill scored a game-high  21 points to lead six Vicnennes Trailblazers in double figures as NJCAA No. 1 VU blasted St. Clair County 96-42 Friday night in the second game of VU's Sodexo Classic.
The Trailblazers (5-0) also got 15 points from sophomore A.J. Patty, 13 from sophomore Mychal Mulder, 12 each from sophomore Charles Foster and freshman Keith Mack and 10 from sophomore Jantzen Goodwin.
St. Clair County scored the game's first points but never led again as VU opened up a 28-13 lead with just less than 7:00 to play in the first half and then built on that advantage for a 48-22 halftime lead. Over the first 8:00 of the second half, the Trailblazers' lead swelled to 69-30 as VU held the Skippers to 20 second half points for the easy win.
In the process of posting the victory, VU knocked down nine 3-pointers. McGill, Goodwin, Mulder and sophomore Jaelan Manson all had two treys each as part of the long-distance barrage. The Trailblazers also hit 19-of-23 from the free throw line and posted a 47-22 advantage on the boards.
VU returns to action SAturday night vs. Kankakee in a 7 p.m. game that follows a 5 p.m. match-up between St. Clair County and John A. Logan on the second night of the Sodexo Classic. John A. Logan defeated Kankakee in Friday's first game by a score of 73-64.