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Club Soccer Gets It Done

November 2, 2002
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The UVM Women's Club Soccer team went undefeated this year, going 6-0-1 through their win in the championship match on Sunday November 3rd against Cornell University by a score of 1-0. The playoffs and championship game were played at the Cortland fields in less than optimal conditions with snow on t...

Rogers Wins NEIGA Scholarship

October 28, 2002
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University of Vermont freshman golfer Tom Rogers stunned the New England golf world Tuesday when he won the individual title at the 68th annual New England Intercollegiate Golf Association (NEIGA) Championship at the Captains Club. Rogers, one of the top New England Prep golfers the last two years at ...

Wallace Four President

October 28, 2002
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Senior Adam Wallace scored four goals to give Vermont a 4-2 victory over Hartford in America East men's soccer at Centennial Field on Saturday afternoon. Wallace, one goal shy of the school record, became the first Catamount to score four times since October 3, 1976, when Gil Low had four against N...

UVM Overcomes BU for Key League Win

October 28, 2002
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Vermont goalkeeper Holly Colberg made a save on Boston University's Meredith Long in the final round of the penalty stroke-off as the Catamount field hockey team kept its America East playoff hopes alive with a 2-1 win over the Terriers at Archie Post Field Friday. Vermont had not beaten Boston Universit...

Men’s Hockey Prevails in Overtime for First Time in 16 Games

October 28, 2002
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Freshman right-winger Joey Gasparini scored the game-winner with 38 seconds left in overtime to give the UVM Men's Hockey team their first win over the Fairfield University Stags on Saturday night. "It's unbelievable," said Gasparini. "For myself, getting it in overtime is a remarkable feeling." The win...

UVM Drops Two to Maine

October 28, 2002
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The Vermont Women's Hockey team took on the Maine Black Bears in a non-league, two game series on Friday and Saturday in the home opener weekend for the Cats. Maine won both games, out-shooting Vermont 42-9 on Friday and 44-20 on Saturday. Vermont is now 1-5-0 for the season and the Black Bears sta...

Lady Cats Finish Second

October 21, 2002
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The Holy Cross College women's tennis team survived three days of tournament action and in dong so captured their first-ever New England Tennis Championship on Sunday. The Crusaders dominated the tournament winning two of six singles championships and one out of three doubles championships. Holy Cr...

Cats Beat Bison, Fall to Big Green

October 21, 2002
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Christie Layden and Kristen MacDonald each scored once to lead the University of Vermont field hockey team past visiting Bucknell, 2-1, in a non-conference gameThursday afternoon. Vermont controlled much of the action in the first half, outshooting the Bison 8-3. Layden converted a Vermont penalty c...

Women’s Soccer Downed by AE Foe Hartford

October 21, 2002
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The Vermont Women's soccer team was not in top form when the Hartford Hawks rolled past them 4-0 in an America East Conference game on Thursday. The Catamounts had only four shots in the game compared to Hartford's 29. Hartford Junior Jeanette Akerlund took six shots in the game and had three goa...

Men Survive Hockey East Weekend

October 21, 2002
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Vermont's Shawn Conschafter put one of the greatest goaltending performances in recent memory as the University of Vermont men's ice hockey team continued its early-season swing through Hockey East Friday, playing the powerful Boston University Terriers to a 1-1 overtime tie at a sold-out Walter Br...

UVM Focuses on Fan Attendance

October 21, 2002
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Picture the scene at the last Men's Hockey game that you attended against nationally ranked University of New Hampshire: Loud chants of "U-N-H! U-N-H!" within the confines of a sold-out Gutterson arena. You checked your ears to make sure what you were hearing was correct, and much to your dismay it...

Stunzi Sails His Way to the Top and Athens

October 19, 2002
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To be among the best sailors in the United States is not satisfying enough for Hunter Stunzi. He wants to prove that he is the best in the world by competing in the 2004 Olympic Games. Stunzi, a freshman at UVM, has dedicated his past few summers to sailboat racing on the national and international level. W...