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VU Track & Field Teams both secure spots in national Top 10 this week

NEW ORLEANS - In the midst of a highly-successful indoor season, both the Vincennes University Men's and Women's Track & Field Teams moved up in this week's U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association's Poll. It was the second poll of the indoor season.

In the second poll of the indoor season, the VU men are up to ninth place (from 13th in last week's first rankings of the season) and the VU women claimed the No. 10 spot (the same ranking as last week's initial poll).

Perennial junior college powerhouse South Plains sits atop both the polls this week. Both of those squads unseated last week's No. 1 teams from Iowa Central.

 

For a look at the complete rankings for this week, visit:

http://www.ustfccca.org/2015/02/featured/week-2-njcaa-rankings-feature-two-new-no-1-teams

 

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