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Flurry of treys by Mulder, Goodwin lead VU past Olney Central, 86-75

OLNEY, Il. - The Vincennes University Men's Basketball Team remained unbeaten on the 2014-15 season with Saturday night's 86-75 win at Olney Central. The NJCAA No. 2 Trailblazers are 22-0 on the season and continue to hold onto their spot atop NJCAA District 16 standings. 

Sophomore Mychal Mulder sank five of VU's 12 treys on the way to a team-high 17 points. Mulder led four Trailblazers in double-digit scoring: Charles Foster and Jantzen Goodwin with 16 each, while Everett Clemons scored 12.

VU overcame a slow shooting start to drain seven from beyond the arc in the first half, thanks in most part to three treys each from Mulder and Goodwin. In the second half, the pair both hit two more from long range.

Overall, VU as a team, was 27-for-64 from the floor. The Trailblazers also grabbed 40 rebounds while keeping their turnover total to 10.

VU will host Lincoln Trail at 7 p.m. ("Vincennes time") Monday night and then head to Wabash Valley in Mt. Carmel, IL, on Wednesday for an 8:30 p.m. ("Vincennes time") game. With those two match-ups, VU will be looking to go 14-0 in NJCAA District 16 action this season. 

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