Women’s soccer gets blanked by Dartmouth
The Lady Cats were beaten 3-0 by the Dartmouth Big Green
Despite senior keeper Eliza Bradley saving a season-high 15 shots, Dartmouth was able to knock in goals in the 9th, 26th and 34th minutes.
The Big Green had a 28-1 shot advantage and 5-0 corner kick advantage.
UVM looks to try to capture playoff seed and gain momentum for the upcoming America East Conference tournament.
Men’s soccer gets topped by Stony Brook
Two goals in the beginning of each half and a late red card proved to be too much for UVM men’s soccer to overcome.
The loss of senior forward Marty Galvin in the 75th to a red card was yet another setback for a potential comeback.
Sophomore Yannick Lewis’s first goal of the season from a Sean Sweeney throw-in gave the Catamounts hope, but the game ended in a 2-1 loss.
The men’s soccer team must win Wednesday against rival Boston University in order to capture a playoff spot.
Men’s hockey receives first blue ribbon vote since 2005
With early season wins against collegiate hockey powers Denver and Boston College, the UVM men’s hockey team received one first-place vote and are ranked seventh in the nation in the USA Today/USA Hockey Poll.
Denver and Boston College have combined for 10 national championships, but UVM has shown they belong among the best.
They currently sit third in the country according to the Inside College Hockey Power Rankings.
The Catamounts return home and look to sell out the Gut yet again for a game against UMass-Lowell on Nov. 6.
Men’s lacrosse names 2010 captains
Head men’s lacrosse coach Ryan Curtis introduced a quartet of captains for the 2010 season.
Senior Ryan Gillette, junior Max Gradinger, junior Evan O’Brien and sophomore Geoff Worley round out the bunch.
Curtis’s program is going to be seeing leadership from all over the field as a midfielder, long pole midfielder, defender and attacker are all named as captain.