Men's Basketball

The 2013-14 Vincennes Trailblazers are, front row, left-right: Everett Clemons, Jantzen Goodwin, Charles Foster, Morris Dunnigan, Paris Burns, Devin Foster and Mychal Mulder. Back row, left-right: Head Coach Todd Franklin, Assistant Coach Andree Wilson, Assistant Coach Brian Davis, Devonte Grundy, Stuart Jackson, Loomis Gerring, A.J. Patty, Tori Jackson, Willie Wiley, Nigel Holley, Student Manager Zach Walters, Student Manager Justin Griffiths and Student Manager Elliott Touloukian.

 

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Congratulations to the Vincennes Trailblazers for reaching the 2013 NJCAA Division I Final Four.

The VU Trailblazer Basketball Tradition
3-Time NJCAA National Champions: 1965  1970  1972
28 NJCAA National Tournament Appearances
Over 1,500 All-Time Wins
40 NJCAA All-Americans

Men's Basketball News

VU honors Trailblazers' back-to-back Final Four appearances with reception

Vincennes University held a reception Tuesday afternoon to honor the VU Men’s Basketball Team’s third place finish and second consecutive NJCAA Final Four appearance last month at the Div. I Men’s Basketball National Championship Tournament in Hutchinson, KS.
The team's sophomores presented the Trailblazers' third place trophy to VU President Dr. Dick Helton on behalf of the university.

Wiley is NJCAA 1st Team, Foster 2nd-Team All-Americans for 2014-15

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Vincennes University sophomore forward Willie Wiley was named a NJCAA Div. I Men’s Basketball First-Team All-American and Trailblazer sophomore guard Devin Foster made the Second-Team All-American list when the honored players were released earlier today from the NJCAA Headquarters in Colorado Springs, CO.
Ten players were named to each of the First-, Second- and Third-Team squads, plus 20 more on the Honorable-Mention list.

VU Trailblazers ink Dre Dentmond as first recruit for 2014-15 season

The first official member of the 2014-15 recruiting class for the Vincennes University Men’s Basketball Team is 6-7, 210-pound power forward Dre Dentmond of Lansing, MI, who brings to VU a lengthy high school hoops pedigree and potential just as prominent.
Dentmond will be counted on to help fill the Trailblazers’ interior void created by sophomore forward Willie Wiley moving on to the University of Evansville.

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