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Hockey Cats Sweep Clarkson 2-0 to Advance in ECAC Playoffs

March 10, 2003

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Vermont's Phil Youngclaus scored his first career goal and Shawn Conschafter continued his outstanding play against Clarkson as the Catamount men's ice hockey hung on for a wild 3-2 win over Clarkson in the opening round of the ECAC Division I playoffs Friday. Youngclaus' goal came in a dominating middle frame for Vermont (...

Coppenrath Named Kevin Roberson America East Player of the Year

March 10, 2003

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University of Vermont sophomore Taylor Coppenrath (West Barnet, Vt.) was named the Kevin Roberson America East Player of the Year at the conference tournament banquet in Boston on Saturday night. Also named to the All-America East, first team, Coppenrath was joined by senior forward Grant Anderson (Minnetonka, Minn.) on the al...

Women’s Basketball Goes Out Strong with a 25-Point Win at Stony Brook

March 10, 2003

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Sophomore Kim Corbitt's jumper with two seconds left in regulation lifted the Maine Black Bears past Vermont, 54-52, in a battle between the top two teams in the America East Conference on "Senior Night" at Vermont. Both teams were cold from the floor to start the game, Vermont missed its first 10 shots of the game and didn'...

Ski Team Takes Second Place at NCAA Championships

March 10, 2003

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Sophomore Lowell Bailey led a 2-7-11 finish for the University of Vermont men's nordic team during the first day of competition at the NCAA Ski Championships last Wednesday. Bailey finished the 10-kilometer freestyle race in 24:33.5, second only to New Mexico's Jimmy Vika, the two-time defending champion in the event who finis...

Club Highlight: The Newest UVM Club, Table Tennis!

March 3, 2003

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Near the beginning of the 2002 Fall Semester I began my quest for some sort of club, organization, or gathering on campus devoted to table tennis. My search would take me from the servers that hold the SGA website, through the campus to buildings and dorms, and to the single largest sports facility on this campus: Patrick G...

College Ruined My Career

Brett Weir

March 3, 2003

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I was cutting branches off of my orange tree in the back yard while thinking about the state of the NBA. As sad as it may be, Michael is on his way out and paving a path for up and coming stars. People like Tracy McGrady, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett are all completely dominant on their teams. All of these guys are also in...

Kostiew Wins New England Title For Weight Throw

Sports Info

March 3, 2003

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Catamount junior Kristal Kostiew won her second New England individual title over the weekend, setting a new facility record in winning the 20-pound weight throw at the New England Championships. Kostiew, a nine-time America East individual champion, is also the defending New England champion in the hammer throw outdoors. The UVM r...

Hartford Clips Vermont, Look To Take Albany

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March 3, 2003

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Sophomore Taylor Coppenrath scored 19 points, including the 1,000th of his career, but it wasn't enough as the Catamounts dropped a 64-61 decision at Hartford. With the loss Vermont falls to 10-5 in the conference eliminating any chance the Catamounts had to win their second-straight America East regular season championship. "This wa...

Union Defeats UVM

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March 3, 2003

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Union scored four unanswered goals in the third period to erase a 3-1 deficit in a 5-3 win over Vermont Friday in ECAC Division I men's ice hockey action at Achilles Rink. Vermont, 11-17-3 overall and 9-13-0 in ECAC play, can not host a playoff series after Friday night's results. The two teams played to a scoreless but en...

Lady Cats Dominate Hartford

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March 3, 2003

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Senior Morgan Hall posted her fifth double-double of the season with a game-highs of 27 points and 10 rebounds to lead Vermont past visiting Hartford, 64-61, at Patrick Gym. The win was the Catamounts second victory in the last five meetings with the Hawks and snapped a three-game losing streak to Hartford. The victory also ext...

Track and Field Team Earns Sixth in Championship

February 24, 2003

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p> Vermont's Kristal Kostiew finished second in the shot put and junior captain Tee Gingras of Barre, Vt. was second in the 1,000 meters at the second and final day of the America East Indoor Track and Field Championships Saturday. Kostiew threw 46-11 to finish second, just ahead of teammate Sara Lovell, who was third (46-1)...

Men’s and Women’s LAX Teams Expected to do Well

February 24, 2003

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Both the UVM men's lacrosse team and UVM women's lacrosse team have been picked to finish fourth in America East in the 2003 Coaches' Poll released by the conference office today. The men's team is coming off a 5-9 season, 1-4 in the conference, but the Catamounts will be a force to be reckoned with this season. Coach Ste...

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