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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Men's Basketball News

VU Trailblazers add 3 top Illinois prep players to 2014-15 season’s roster

The transformation of the Vincennes University Men’s Basketball Team’s frontline following the graduations of NJCAA All-American Willie Wiley and fellow forward Loomis Gerring took huge steps Wednesday when the Trailblazers signed two of the most noteworthy prep forwards in Illinois and added a third forward for depth in 2014-15.

Transfer guard Donte McGill added to 2014-15 VU Basketball recruiting class

The Vincennes University Men’s Basketball Team has added some experience for 2014-15 by signing transfer Donte MGill.
The 6-3 guard will come to VU as a sophomore from Goldey-Beacom College in Wilmington, DE, where he was named Freshman of the Year on the 2013-14 NCAA Div. II Postseason All-Area Team by
VU Coach Todd Franklin said McGill is known for attacking the rim but has a knack for scoring from all over the floor.

Trailblazers ink Cincinnati PG Rousseau for 2014-15 season's recruiting class

CINCINNATI, Ohio – The Vincennes University Men’s Basketball Team has added its second recruit for the 2014-15 season in 5-10 point guard Ronnie Rousseau of Winton Woods High School in Cincinnati, OH.
VU Coach Todd Franklin said the guard – rated as Ohio’s No. 1 junior college prospect and the nation’s 14th top JUCO prospect overall – made his commitment official earlier today. Rousseau will be counted on to take on much of the ballhandling duties that sophomores Paris Burns and Devin Foster took on in 2013-14.