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NFL Predictions: Week 13

November 29, 2005

This is a week that will be filled with divisional battle and tons of games with playoff implications. Sit back and enjoy what could be one of the best weekends of football in the 2005 season.The Game Of The WeekCincinnati at Pittsburgh - While the Steelers have a more balanced team, the Bengals have...

Catamount Women’s Basketball Hit the Road, Meeting with Mild Success

November 29, 2005

The Lady Catamounts opened up the 2005-2006 season this past weekend at home in the 12th annual TD Banknorth Classic. In the opener on Friday nightVermont controlled play throughout, en route to a 71-59 victory over Patriot League member, Colgate. Junior tri-captain Brittney Cross picked up right w...

Friars Forced to Their Knees

Dakota Rubin

November 15, 2005

In the inaugural Hockey East game at Gutterson Fieldhouse, the Catamounts dominated the Friars of Providence on their way to a 6-2 victory in front of a sellout crowd of 4,003. It was the 21st straight sellout at the 'Gut.' The victory improved the No. 8 Cats to 8-1-0 on the season and 2-1-0 in Hockey...

Cross Country Keeps on Running

November 15, 2005

Talk about grueling. Three months after their season began UVM Cross Country is still running strong into the NCAA Northeast Regional. When you think about it, that's a whole lotta' running; mile after mile after mile the Catamounts have kept on running strong and proud. Both the men's an...

NFL Week Eleven Predictions

Dakota Rubin

November 15, 2005

Week 11: As we get into the latter half of the season, some teams are beginning to pull away. As the playoffs draw closer, the games start to grow in importance. This week look for some great games as well as some huge divisional battles. The Game Of The Week Indianapolis at Cincinnati - The Colts...

Here’s a Bruschi For Tedy

November 15, 2005

Pronounced "Brew-ski", Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi is in the running for greatest pro athlete names of all time, and probably already is for the college students who toast to him during games. But Mr. Bruschi is also on the short list of the world's toughest athletes. See, about 8 months ago, ju...

Cieplicki Leads Cats Past Concordia In Men’s Hoop Preseason Tilt

November 15, 2005

BURLINGTON, Vt. -- Kyle Cieplicki (Shelburne, Vt.) led a balanced attack with 15 points, seven rebounds and seven assists as Vermont topped Concordia of Montreal, 77-65, in a men's college basketball preseason game at Patrick Gym on Sunday afternoon. Cieplicki was one of five Catamounts to tally in ...

Catamount Soccer Ends Season in High-Stakes Game

November 15, 2005

One of Vermont Soccer's best seasons in recent memory ended in dramatic fashion Saturday at Centennial Field. UVM (seeded 4th) played host to the fifth-seeded University at Albany Great Danes and bowed out of the conference tournament in a penalty kick shootout by a score of 5-4. 110 minutes of ac...

Catamounts Crush the Purple Knights in Pre-Season Game

Lydia Morin

November 8, 2005

There was a surprisingly large turn out for the men's basketball first preseason game on Saturday November 4th, in the Patrick Gymnasium. Scanning the crowd however, one would see a sea of purple shirts in the UVM Student Section, it seems supporters of the Purple Knights had less to do that afte...

NFL Week Ten Predictions

Dakota Rubin

November 8, 2005

Week 10 of the NFL season brings us multiple great divisional matchups. Teams are fighting for home field advantage, while others are just fighting to stay afloat in the playoff picture. This will be when we start to get a clearer picture of which teams are for real and which ones have just been te...

UVM Club Roller Hockey Rolls On

Austin Danforth

November 8, 2005

As a UVM student you are probably involved with a club in one way or another, be it a fraternity or a sorority, the Outing Club, the Ski and Snowboard Club, etc... But there's one thing I highly doubt about your club: I would bet good money that you don't have to drive 90-plus minutes to practice in...

Roadtrippin’

Austin Danforth

November 8, 2005

This is how it started, Tuesday morning: "Austin, I got the tickets." "OK, let's do this." Three days later and running 30 minutes late, we're on I-89 headed toward Boston and, more specifically shiny-new Agganis Arena to watch our beloved Hockey Cats take on the Terriers of Boston University. Five...

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