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VU Women's Basketball trounces Three Rivers, 90-52

Sophomore Tasia Brewer scored 19 points and freshman Jeanier Olukemi turned in an 11-point, nine-rebound, eight-assist effort to lead the Vincennes University Women's Basketball Team to a 90-52 trouncing of visiting Three Rivers Tuesday night at the VU P.E. Complex.

VU also got 13 points from sophomore Nicole Dodd and 11 points from freshman Brooke Dossett.

It was yet another game that was decided by halftime as the Trailblazers (18-2) got out to a 48-21 lead at the midway point and hit 11 3-pointers to make the final result a foregone conclusion en route to their sixth straight win. VU registered a 53-36 rebounding advantage and the Trailblazers had 21 assists as a team.

VU will head to Kaskaskia on Saturday for a 2 p.m. ("Vincennes time") tip-off, to be followed by the VU men vs. Kaskaskia at about 4 p.m.

 

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The Vincennes University Athletic Department hosts Play4Kay and raises donations for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund annually. VU Women’s Basketball Coach and Athletic Director Harry Meeks has a special connection to the late Yow, who was the longtime coach at North Carolina State. He had the pleasure of meeting her while he was an assistant coach at Western Carolina University. This left a lasting impression on him and made this cause important to him and the Trailblazers.

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NJCAA spring sport cancellation

The NJCAA announced on March 16 the cancellation of all spring sport competition and all upcoming basketball championships, effective immediately, due to the evolving COVID-19 situation. Spring competition includes all practices, regular season, postseason, and national championship play.

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