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SANTA CLAUS – The Vincennes University Golf Team held a 12-stroke lead and VU’s Jacob Bartley led the tournament with an even-par 72 Thursday after the first round of the Brescia University Invitational at Christmas Lake Golf Course in Santa Claus, IN. The second round is being played today. “We played in the rain and windy, cold conditions (Thursday) so this was a great round for...

Vincennes University Tennis Coach Tyler Johnston has announced two added matches to the Trailblazers' schedule. Johnston released the new matches earlier today. They are: Sunday, March 29, at Wright State in Dayton, OH (3 p.m.) and Tuesday, March 31, at Marian University in Indianapolis (3 p.m.).

Because of a possibility in Friday's forecast for inclement weather, the Vincennes University Baseball Team's scheduled Friday night game vs. Spoon River at Jerry Blemker Field HAS BEEN MOVED FROM 7 P.M. TO 3 P.M. ON FRIDAY. If other weather-related changes arise for Friday or VU games in the coming days, the schedule modifications will be posted here, made available to news media and...

For the second consecutive game, a position player took the mound Sunday for the Vincennes University Baseball Team and was a central figure in helping the Trailblazers to a victory at Jerry Blemker Field. Sunday’s win capped off a 3-1 weekend for VU as the Trailblazers hosted South Suburban, Lakeland and Lake Michigan for games on Friday night, Saturday and Sunday. Sophomore shortstop...

The Vincennes University Baseball Team let an early lead get away and dropped an 11-6 decision Saturday to South Suburban as play continued at Jerry Blemker Field in a weekend series of games that also involves Lake Michigan College and Lakeland Community College of Kirtland, OH. VU’s nine-hit output was led by sophomore center fielder Matt Volz’s 2-for-3 performance. Volz and sophomore...

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