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Olukemi, Dodd lead VU Women's Basketball in hammering Kaskaskia, 94-68

CENTRALIA, Ill. - The Vincennes Universitgy Women's Basketball Team got 23 points from freshman Jeanier Olukemi and 22 from sophomore Nicole Dodd to lead the way Saturday in routing host Kaskaskia by a 94-68 score. Sophomore Tasia Brewer finished with 18 points.

The win improved the Trailblazers to 19-2 on the season and was VU's seventh consecutive victory.

The Trailblazers led at one point late in the game by as many as 33 points after holding a 48-30 lead at halftime. VU hit six 3-pointers - including four by Dodd - and the Trailblazers drained 14-of-15 free throw attempts, plus 37-of-57 (.649) from the field overall.

VU will go back on the road Saturday, Jan. 31, at Olney Central. That game will tip off at 6:30 p.m. ("Vincennes time") and be followed by the VU Men's Basketball Team facing Olney Central at about 8:30 p.m. 

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