The Vermont Cynic

UVM Crew Ends Well; Starts Off New Season Big

September 11, 2004


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At the end of last year's semester, on May 7th and 8th, the University of Vermont Crew Team traveled to Philadelphia, PA to race in the Dad Vail Regatta on the Schuylkill River. The Dad Vail Regatta is the largest collegiate regattain the United States, with over 100 colleges and universities present. ...

It’s Hammer Time for UVM Olympian

September 11, 2004


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To many professional athletes, winning is everything. Hammer thrower Anna Mahon UVM class of 1996 alumna, however, is no such athlete. "I do it because it's fun," she said, "not because it's a means to an end." Enjoying herself all the way, she said, Mahon, 30, achieved the most coveted status...

Cats, Gaels Go Scoreless In Men’s Soccer

September 11, 2004


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Vermont and Saint Mary's battled hard for 120 minutes before settling for a 0-0 double overtime tie in the second round of the Nike Fall Soccer Classic at UNH's Lewis Field on Sunday afternoon. It was the second straight double overtime game for both teams as UVM (1-0-1) bested Holy Cross with a ...

Binghamton Slips By Vermont in Men’s Lacrosse

April 26, 2004


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Binghamton's Nate Kerstein scored the third of his three goals with 3:33 remaining in the fourth quarter and the first-place Bearcats held on for a hard-fought 8-7 win over Vermont in America East men's lacrosse action Saturday at UVM's Centennial Field. Vermont, 5-8 overall and 2-3 in America Ea...

Bocash Leads Vermont at URI Newport Invitational

April 26, 2004


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Vermont's Shayne Bocash (St. Albans, Vt.) fired a pair of 76s to finish tied for 14th as the Catamount golf team finished 11th out of 16 teams at the competitive URI Newport Invitational at Green Valley Country Club in Portsmouth, R.I. Saturday. Bocash led the way on Friday, shooting his first of...

Softball Succumbs to Second

April 26, 2004


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For the second time this season the University of Vermont softball team earned a tie. Rain halted the Catamounts contest at Binghamton after the fifth inning with the score 3-3. Binghamton (16-16-2, 2-10-1 America East) scored first in the bottom of the second when pinch runner Lauren Verrusio re...

UVM Cycling Takes in Huge Win

April 26, 2004


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UVM's Cycling Team is certainly riding high this past month. The club team just returned home after winning top honors in Division I of this past weekend's Boston Beanpot Classic (April 3-4). Collegiate cyclists throughout the Northeast compete in the Beanpot, now in its annual third year, for pr...

An Unknown Team, Makes Itself Known

April 19, 2004


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The silent sleeper sport of UVM....the equestrian team. For those of you who are confused...the horse back riding team. Though we may not have varsity status, get funded by the University or have fans cheering us on in the stands...WE ARE going to the National Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (I...

Catamounts Rally in Seventh Inning to Top Northeastern

April 19, 2004


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The men's baseball team had fans on the edge of their seats as they foisted a nail biting come from behind victory over Northeastern this Saturday afternoon. The Cats struggled in the first six innings allowing the Northeastern Huskies eight runs while scoring only two themselves. The first th...

UVM Women’s Gymnastics Are National Champions

April 12, 2004


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Last week 12 catamounts representing the University of Vermont's women's gymnastics team traveled to Ypsilanti, Michigan to compete in the Club Gymnastics National Championships hosted by Eastern Michigan University. Coached by Gary Bruening, the club, which has only been in existence since 2002 wh...

This Is About A Sports Fan You Know

April 12, 2004


Filed under Archives, Columns, Sports

The other day I was sitting with a friend who said something rather uninteresting. Although he did not intend it, what he said seriously made me consider his thinking. It was rather incredible. It should be noted at this point that he was watching baseball. He sat there, watching intently as if...

Men’s Tennis Trampled in Final Home Game of the Program

April 12, 2004


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In front of a larger than average crowd on Thursday April 8th, the Catamounts suffered their third straight loss to Stony Brook during their last home game of both the season and program. The Sea Wolves swept the Cats 7-0 leaving the team with an 8-7 home record and a 9-12 record overall. Due to...

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