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VINCENNES, Ind. — The Vincennes University women’s basketball team picked up a Region 24 victory over Lincoln Trail, winning 89-73, at the P.E. Complex on Wednesday. The Lady Trailblazers (11-3, 5-0 Region 24) scored their eighth consecutive victory after leading 29-16, 49-30 and 69-51 at the quarter stops. Lincoln Trail (8-2) saw a five-game winning streak snapped. VU never...

VINCENNES, Ind. - The No. 2 Vincennes University men’s basketball team overcame a two-point halftime deficit to hand Lincoln Trail its first loss of the season, 75-61, in a Region 24 game Wednesday at the P.E. Complex. After trailing at halftime for just the second time all season, 30-28, the Trailblazers (12-1, 5-0 District 24) used a 13-2 run starting with about 15 minutes...

VINCENNES, Ind. – Vincennes University jumped one spot to No. 2 in the NJCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Rankings released Dec. 9. The Trailblazers earned 377 points. They own a 11-1 record and are riding a six-game win streak. VU was ranked third the past two weeks. Undefeated Ranger captured No. 1 by unanimous vote with 16 first-place votes and received 400 points. The top five...

VINCENNES, Ind. -  The third-ranked Vincennes University men’s basketball team had six double-figure scorers, led by 19 points from Chinedu Okanu (Gary, Ind.), and throttled Southeastern Illinois, 112-69, in a Region 24 basketball game Saturday at the P.E. Complex. The Trailblazers (11-1, 4-0 Region 24) broke away from an 11-11 tie with a game-breaking 27-6 over seven minutes that...

  VINCENNES, Ind. -  The Vincennes University women’s basketball team had strong starts to each half and bounced Southeastern Illinois, 85-45, in a Region 24 game Saturday at the P.E. Complex. Sophomore Fess Hawkins (Bentonville, Ark.) led three Lady Trailblazers (10-3, 4-0 Region 24) in double figures with 26 points. VU built a 31-9 lead early in the second quarter, only to see...

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