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Vincennes University Lady Trailblazers Improve to 15 – 2 in District P with Win Over Rend Lake College

Ina, IL – 6 Lady Trailblazers reached double-figures in points in Vincennes’ 85 – 44 victory over District P opponent Rend Lake College.

The Vincennes University Lady Trailblazers got off to a hot start after being dropped from the NJCAA Top-25 rankings earlier today, jumping out to a 23 – 5 lead after the first quarter of play. The VU defense continued to cause problem for Rend Lake only allowing 16 first-half points and building a 31-point halftime lead. Freshman Ivanda Hudjakova and sophomore Ladellia Maggett led the Lady Trailblazers in points at the break with 10 points each. Freshman Sofia Besedina came off the bench to add 7 points, and sophomores Ashley Johnson and Claudia Stan each came in with 6 first-half points.

Vincennes continued to roll, out of the locker room as their lead just got bigger and bigger. Freshman Janiya Davis was the main scoring threat early in the second half, with 8 points in the third quarter alone. Sofia Besedina added 6 more points to her total, while Maggett and Johnson each added 4 points. Freshman Christina De La Cruz took over in the fourth quarter, as the Lady Trailblazers saw victory ahead of them, with 7 of VU’s 15 fourth quarter points.

Sofia Besedina was the leading scorer for Vincennes off the bench with 15 points, followed by Ladellia Maggett who ended her night with a double-double, 14 points, 10 assists, and 9 steals. Janiya Davis finished with 12 points and 4 rebounds. Christina De La Cruz came off the bench to set a new career-high with 11 points. Ashley Johnson and Ivanda Hudjakova round out the Lady Trailblazers to reach double-figures with 10 points each. Claudia Stan only managed 9 points, but as always was had a major impact on the boards, with 17 rebound performance tonight.

The Lady Trailblazers will finish their regular season on the road against Southwestern Illinois College on Friday March 2nd as part of a men’s and women’s double-header. Tip-off is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. eastern, with the men’s game to follow at approx. 8:30 eastern.