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VU Trailblazers keep perfect record intact with 99-71 drubbing of Lincoln Trail

Sophomores Mychal Mulder and Charles Foster combined for 37 points and 12 rebounds Monday night to lead the NJCAA No. 2 Vincennes University Men's Basketball Team to a 99-71 win over visiting Lincoln Trail.

Mulder's 19 points - including three treys - and Foster's 18 points and seven rebounds paced a VU offensive attack that also featured 14 points by sophomore Donte' McGill and 10 each by sophomore A.J. Patty and freshman Makur Puou.

Besides posting a 39-24 rebounding advantage and shooting nearly 60 percent (38-for-68) from the floor, VU (23-0) hit 17-of-21 free throws and led by as many as 39 with about 10:00 left to play.

VU never trailed in the contest and led 53-28 at halftime, before cruising in the second half for the win.

VU will head to Wabash Valley Wednesday for a men's-women's set of games. The ladies will begin at 6:30 p.m. ("Vincennes time") while the VU men take the floor at about 8:30 p.m. VU topped the Warriors 77-54 on Dec. 6 at the VU P.E. Complex.

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