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Ski Team Wins 28th Consecutive EISA Title

February 24, 2003


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The University of Vermont ski team came from behind in the final alpine events of the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association (EISA) Championships Saturday, using its strength in the Giant Slalom to overcome the deficit and win its 28th consecutive EISA title. The streak is the longest conference champions...

Men’s Soccer Signs Two Prep Stars

February 24, 2003


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Two prep soccer stars, Corey Bronner of Morrisville, Vt. and Patrick Wyld of West Simsbury, Conn., will attend the University of Vermont, coach Roy Patton announced today. The two student-athletes signed national letters of intent during the recent fall sports signing period. "We are extremely ex...

Vermont Ski Team Wins Third Carnival of Season

February 18, 2003


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The University of Vermont ski team won its third carnival of the year in impressive fashion and established some momentum heading into next weekend's EISA Championships with a dominating win at the Williams Winter Carnival this weekend. Vermont won with 770 points, 119 points better than runner-up New Hamps...

Men’s Tennis Wins Two of Three

February 18, 2003


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In men's tennis, Vermont held on to top the defending conference champion Hartford in a tight America East battle, 4-3, on Friday evening. The key to the win for UVM was besting the Hawks in four of of the six singles matches. Zeljko Knezevic, Matt Spring, Griffin Maloney and Jon Cooper all pick up v...

Men’s Hockey Sweeps Clarkson and St. Lawrence at Home

February 18, 2003


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The Vermont Men's Hockey Team had it's first ECAC weekend sweep at the Gutt since November 17th and 18th, 2000, when Princeton and Yale both left Vermont disappointed. The Cats took on Clarkson on Friday night and St. lawrence on Saturday night and came out victorious as they continue to battle fo...

Gymnastics Team Stays Strong

February 18, 2003


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The new club status of the Catamount's Gymnastics Team hasn't held them back from continuing to put on a good performance. Going into their first year as a club sport, the previous varsity team is still as strong as ever. With their first meet at the University of Bridgeport Jeannette Brooks lead the ...

Cats Beat Binghamton, NU in ECAC Action

February 18, 2003


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Senior Morgan Hall scored a game-high 28 points, grabbed eight rebounds and handed out four assists to lead Vermont past Binghamton, 79-58, for the Catamounts first road win in the America East this season. The win also gave head coach Keith Cieplicki his 120th career victory, tying the all-time mark in t...

Women’s Hockey Drops Two

February 18, 2003


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The Colgate Raiders scored a goal in each period and goaltender Rebecca Lahar posted the shutout in a 3-0 win over Vermont in ECAC Women's Ice Hockey action Saturday at Gutterson Fieldhouse. Colgate, 11-16-0 overall and 3-8-0 in ECAC play, scored its first goal late in the first period as Maura Keh...

Operation: Valentine’s Day for Sports Fans

February 18, 2003


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In a recent conversation with a colleague of mine a subject was brought up that brought fear into his eyes and made him break out in a cold sweat. This conversation had nothing to do with Sammy Haggar trying to do another album with Van Halen but it was all about Valentines Day. I watched my frien...

Vermont Finishes Third at UNH

February 18, 2003


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University of Vermont sophomore Anne Morrison broke her own school record in the pole vault at a four-team meet at the University of New Hampshire Saturday. Morrison broke her own record in the pole vault, clearing the bar at 11-feet, 6-inches. The height also is an ECAC qualifying height for Morri...

Barry Named 2003 Preseason All American

November 18, 2002


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Senior Jeff Barry of the University of Vermont has been named to the 2003 Preseason All-America Team by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association. A second team selection, Barry was one of three New England players on the top three teams and one of two America East players named to squad....

Powder Preview: Jay Peak Resort

November 11, 2002


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Regardless of how unseasonably warm it may now be, winter has arrived and with it the advent of a new ski season. For those who have been waiting for this since the snow melted off their favorite mountain April last, this is Gabriel blowing his horn. Skiing represents an escape as much as it do...

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