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Cats Finish 9th at NECCC

October 19, 2002
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Junior Michele Palmer finished sixth at the 2002 New England Cross Country Championships held at Franklin Park in Boston, Massachusetts. Palmer finished the course in a time of 17:36, her best of the season, and led Vermont to a ninth place finish as a team out of 42 total squads. Boston College's...

Wallace and Hutchins Come Through For UVM

October 19, 2002
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On Saturday the Vermont Men's Soccer team took on the Maine Black Bears and came out on top to bring their America East record to 2-0-0 (7-4-0 overall). Vermont junior Ethan Hutchins started things off well forVermont when he scored 11:28 into the game off of a pass from sophomore Ronan Keegan. T...

Hessney Carries UVM

October 18, 2002
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Sophomore Nikkie Hessney netted the game-winner and assisted on the insurance goal as Vermont earned a 2-0 victory over Marist (1-8-0) in a non-conference match.The two teams played through a scoreless first half. In the 84th minute Hessney's volley off a cross from Sara Jablonski found the back of th...

UNH Trounces UVM 10-0

October 9, 2002
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The University of Vermont's Men's Hockey team has not beaten the University of New Hampshire's Men's Hockey team since October 19, 1996. The streak was extended through Saturday when UNH beat UVM 10-0 in the first game of the year for New Hampshire and the second for Vermont. UNH, who went to the ...

Capital Gaines

March 11, 2002
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At six feet, seven inches, 215 pounds, Men's Basketball Center Trevor Gaines is an intimidating person on the court: Grabbing rebounds out of the air, swatting away sure lay-ups at the last second. That is where the intimidation ends. Off the court he is a quiet, soft-spoken CDAE major with a love fo...

Conference Corruption

March 11, 2002
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"So you're saying there's a chance?" Not only is this a classic quote from Dumb and Dumber, but also the NCAA's favorite saying come March. By the time you read this, Selection Sunday will have come and gone and for many teams, their chances went from being one-in-a- million, to zero. You know every year ...

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