The Vermont Cynic

Lady Cats trounced by unbeaten Siena

September 15, 2008

"Remember who we are and what we play for." That was the rallying cry for the UVM women's soccer team as they broke the huddle Friday afternoon before playing host to Siena. Unfortunately for the Cats and first-year head coach Kwame Lloyd, the Centennial Field stand fell short amid ominous clouds an...

Field hockey drops two on the road

September 8, 2008

The University of Vermont field hockey team dropped its season opener on the road this week at #13 Boston College.BC drew first blood with a goal just over 13 minutes into the contest, but Vermont senior Maegan Luce answered five minutes later with a goal of her own to tie up the contest. The Eagles scored ag...

Catamounts begin title defense

Eli Zink

September 8, 2008

In a game where the momentum was as back and forth as its windy conditions, the University of Vermont men's soccer team could only manage a double-overtime tie with La Salle on Friday. Vermont started strong, led by senior forward Lee Stephane Kouadio. In the game's second minute, Kouadio took a great...

Baseball drops Quinnipiac in 12

April 29, 2008

It took long enough, but senior Kyle Massie's third hit of the game couldn't have come at a better time.With no outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the 12th inning Massie rapped Quinnipiac reliever Eric Bretscher's 102nd pitch of the game into left field for a base hit, plating Todd Allen for...

#5 UMBC edges Cats: Retrievers end men’s lacrosse season on senior day

April 28, 2008

The #5 UMBC Retrievers spoiled senior day for America East rivals Vermont on Saturday, walking out of Moulton Winder field with an 8-6 victory.In what proved to be the final game for nine UVM seniors, the Catamounts came out firing, with senior Trevor Wagar scoring an unassisted goal less than two minut...

Siena Dominates Vermont in OT

March 27, 2007

The Catamounts men's lacrosse team fell 7-6 in over-time to Siena on Saturday afternoon, bringing their record to 3-4 halfway through the season.This was the first time the Saints have ever defeated UVM in men's lacrosse, bringing the all-time record to 6-1.Senior Pete Hein and sophomore Andrew Kelleher ...

Boston College Tops UVM in Lacrosse

March 27, 2007

The Vermont Women's Lacrosse team was defeated by Boston College, 16-10, last Wednesday. The Eagles were led by Jenna McCabe and Elizabeth Kadison, who combined for 11 points.McCabe picked up three assists and was one of three Eagles to score a hat trick. Emily Hannigan and Lauren Costello also added thr...

America East Title Rolls Away from the Cats

March 20, 2007

The scene on the court said it all: the ball bouncing harmlessly at the other end of the court, Albany players and fans jumping in jubilation at center court, and UVM sophomore guard Mike Trimboli in a ball on his knees at the top of the key.After such an electric, heart pounding game the scoreboard simply co...

Women’s Basketball Falls in Semifinals

March 20, 2007

After defeating #6 seed Maine 70-57, the third seeded Vermont Catamounts could not rally past the UMBC Retrievers, losing 67-56.Against Maine, Vermont used a 26-7 run to close out the final nine minutes of the game and surge into the semifinals of the conference tournament.Courtnay Pilypaitis led Vermont, fin...

Boston U. Ends Cats’ Hockey Postseason in Third Game

March 20, 2007

Falling in heartbreaking fashion to third seeded Boston University in the Hockey East quarterfinals, the University of Vermont men's hockey team gave new definition to the Ides of March. After alternating victories in the best of three series' first two contests, the sixth seeded Cats battled back from...

Senior Weekend Letdown

March 8, 2007

On a snowy Friday evening, the Uni-versity of Vermont men's ice hockey team opened Senior Weekend by drop-ping a 2-1 decision to the suffocating defense and opportunistic scoring of the University of Massachusetts-Low-ell. Despite outshooting the River Hawks 30-20, the Cats were unable to solve freshman ...

UMBC Spoils Lady Cats’ Comeback

February 27, 2007

UMBC served the women's basketball team its fourth loss in five games on Tuesday at Patrick Gym.UMBC made 15 of 16 foul shots in the last minute of play to hold off Vermont 80-72.The Retrievers rallied behind Sharri Rhode's 27 points, 10 rebounds and 94.4 percent shooting from the foul line."We missed ...

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