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VU women 10th, men 14th in latest NJCAA Track & Field polls

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The Vincennes University Women's Track & Field Team is 10th and the Trailblazer men's team is 14th in this week’s National Junior College Athletic Association rankings.

"I'm happy with our current position in the national rankings. We have only competed in a couple of meets due to poor weather,” said VU Coach Chris Gafner, “but we have some great opportunities in the next couple of weeks to improve our marks and steadily improve our positions in the national rankings."

South Plains continued to hold the No. 1 spot in both polls this week, while Central Arizona is the runner-up on the men’s side and Iowa Central is No. 2 for the women.

The complete rankings are attached in PDF format.

VU continues the season this weekend 's Bellarmine Classic in Louisville, KY

 

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