The Vermont Cynic

Women’s Hockey Falls to New Hampshire on Senior Weekend

February 27, 2007

Despite a tenacious defensive effort, the Cata-mounts were unable to control the University of New Hampshire's high powered offense on Saturday afternoon in women's Hockey East action. The #4 ranked Wildcats (25-3-5, 17-1-1 Hockey East) were held to 25 shots, their second lowest total on the season. U...

Men’s Basketball Finishes With a Slam Dunk

February 27, 2007

Playing in their last regular season home game, seniors Chris Holm and Martin Kilmes helped to lead the Cats to a 90-73 victory over the Hartford Hawks on Sunday in front of a sellout crowd.UVM took a 14-point lead in the first half while the Hawks got into early foul trouble.Junior Kyle Cieplicki s...

A Thriller at “The Gutt”

February 28, 2006

Two game misconducts, two tough goalies, one exciting game. This is college hockey at its best; fierce competition and an electric home crowd, some so electric it could be said they short-circuited and were forced to leave.Gutterson Fieldhouse, sold out for the 36th consecutive game, was packed full of s...

Cats Cruise past Black Bears

Dakota Rubin

February 21, 2006

The University of Vermont Men's Basketball team brushed off their recent scoring woes in a blow out of Maine, 79-48, on Wednesday night. The Cats shot a blistering 53.3 percent from the floor and 50 percent from 3-point range, while holding the Black Bears to just 32.8 percent shooting and 14.3 percent...

Women’s Hockey Loses to Northeastern on Senior Weekend

February 21, 2006

In such a hard-fought, well-played game it was only fitting for the game to be decided in the final minutes. A Northeastern goal by Marie Desrosiers with 1:23 remaining in the third period dashed the Cats' hopes and gave Northeastern a 2-1 victory Saturday in the second to last home game for five UV...

Women Squander Lead, Lose at Home to Stony Brook

February 14, 2006

When you're up by 7 points with five minutes left, the last thing you need is to lose two starters to fouls.That is exactly what happened to the Women's Basketball Team Thursday night at home against the Stony Brook Seawolves. Up 71-64 with 4:16 left, senior guard Chrissy Battram committed her fifth...

#10 Vermont Blows Lead and Game to #12 Maine

Dakota Rubin

February 14, 2006

In front of the 34th consecutive shutout at Gutterson Fieldhouse the Catamounts saw their lead vanish in the blink of an eye. The Maine Black Bears blasted the Catamounts with three goals in a span of 74 seconds in the third period to lead the way to a 3-1 victory. Vermont, which dropped to 17-9-3...

Men’s Basketball Falls at Home

February 7, 2006

The 3-time American East champion Catamounts did not look like a champion caliber team this Saturday. Coming off a huge (69-62) win at Maine, the Hawks of Hartford came to a sold out Patrick Gymnasium ready to play. Led by seniors Kenny Adeleke and Aaron Cook (coming off a career-high 40 point game), Ha...

Men’s Basketball Loses a Heartbreaker in Double OT

January 31, 2006

It's not often you see a team out-rebound their opponent by more than 20 in one game. It's even rarer to see a team do so and lose the game, but unfortunately for the men's basketball team that was the case. The Catamounts had a commanding 61-37 edge on the glass but a disappointing result on the sc...

Cats Win Close Game

Dakota Rubin

January 31, 2006

In the 32nd consecutive sellout at Gutterson Fieldhouse, 4,003 people saw the College Warriors of Merrimack top the #7 Vermont Catamounts 4-2 on Friday night. The loss drops the Cats to 15-8-2 overall and 7-7-2 in Hockey East. The win snapped a 12-game winless streak for Merrimack as they improve to...

Women’s Hockey Falls to Maine

Dakota Rubin

January 24, 2006

The University of Vermont Women's Hockey Team kept a tenacious Maine team scoreless through two and a half periods on Saturday afternoon and sophomore goaltender Katie Nichols had a tremendous game saving 37 of the 38 shots she faced. But the Catamounts were not able to get their offense on track as...

Sheer Excitement at the Gut

Dakota Rubin

December 6, 2005

The fifth-ranked Catamounts skated to a 3-3 tie with the 10th-ranked New Hampshire Wildcats (7-5-3, 6-3-2). It was the first tie for Vermont this season as they move to 10-3-1 overall and 4-3-1 in Hockey East. The first period started with both teams trying to get a feel for the other. But by the...

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