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Field of teams for VU Volleyball's Showdown At The Wabash revised yet again

***ATTENTION***
The field of teams for VU Volleyball's Showdown At The Wabash this weekend has been shuffled YET AGAIN with changes to Saturday's match-ups between VU and two opponents.

Trailblazer Coach Stephanie Armstrong was contacted earlier this morning by two teams' coaches who requested changes in match times.

The third REVISED schedule for the Friday and Saturday invitational is now as follows:
FRIDAY:
MAIN FLOOR
3 p.m. VU vs. Cincinnati State
5 p.m. Parkland vs. Cincinnati State
7 p.m. VU vs. Kalamazoo Valley

COURT #2
3 p.m. Parkland vs. Lake Michigan
5 p.m. Lake Michigan vs. Kalamazoo Valley

SATURDAY:
MAIN FLOOR
11 a.m. VU vs. Lake Michigan
1 p.m. VU vs. Parkland
3 p.m. Parkland vs. Kalamazoo Valley

COURT #2
11 a.m. Cincinnati State vs. Kalamazoo Valley
1 p.m. Cincinnati State vs. Lake Michigan

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