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VU Blazer Baseball Team 8th in NJCAA coaches preseason poll; Trailblazers take top-10 status into Feb. 7 season opener

Tucson, Ariz. – The Vincennes University Blazer Baseball Team is ranked eighth in the recently-released NJCAA Baseball Coaches Association’s Preseason Poll.

The Trailblazers (43-18 last season in reaching the NJCAA Div. II World Series for the program’s second time) follow the preseason rankings’ No. 1 Mesa (AZ), runner-up Hinds (MS), third-ranked Madison (WI), No. 4 Pasco-Hernando (FL) and Mercer (NJ) in fifth place.

Southeastern (IA) comes at No. 6 in the preseason poll, while Northern Oklahoma-Enid falls just ahead of VU in the seventh slot. Behind the Trailblazers are Lincoln Land (IL) at No. 9 and Westchester (NY) rounding out the Top 10.

The remainder of the Preseason Top 20 is as follows:
·    11. LSU-Eunice (LA)
·    12. Sinclair (OH)
·    13. Heartland (IL)
·    14. Frederick (MD)
·    15. Des Moines Area (IA)
·    16. Mercyhurst North East (PA)
·    17. Iowa Central
·    18. East Mississippi
·    19. Patrick Henry (VA)
·    20. Northwest Mississippi

VU begins the 2015 season with games scheduled for Feb. 7 and 8 in Douglasville, GA. The home portion of the Trailblazers’ schedule will open up with Feb. 21 and 22 dates vs. Ancilla at Jerry Blemker Field.

Returning for VU from last year’s World Series appearance are catcher Jacob Carey, shortstop Brad Hartman, pitcher/outfielder Drew Johnston, pitcher Mitchell Lawson, third baseman Lance Myers, pitcher/utility player Colton Pittman, pitcher Zach Reinig, pitcher Reid Thayer (redshirted in 2014), outfielder Matt Volz and infielder Kaleb Waller. The Trailblazers have added sophomore catcher Garrett Smith and sophomore backstop Chris Minks returns after being redshirted in 2014.

The VU freshman class includes Levi Archer, Grant Buckley, Michael Chakiry, Lane Dransfield, Nathan Forrest, Austin Gossman, Bryant Jackson, Justin Kirkpatrick, Mason Lankford, Zack Longnecker, Matt Kunce, Zach Norman, Jarrod Patzchke, Connor Pierce, Alex Rojas, Austin Slover, Tyler Smith, Andrew Sparks, Zach Templin, Collin Wirth, Brett Yeryar and Jordon Young.