Sports Shorts

 

Women’s hockey falls to BU on Senior Day

Junior Emily Walsh scored her fifth goal of the season on Feb. 12, but it was three too short as the Lady Cats fell to BU 4-1. This Senior Day loss, along with UNH’s loss the same day, keeps UVM two points behind New Hampshire for the final playoff spot in the Hockey East postseason. Seniors Chelsea Rapin and Kailey Nash played their last game at the Gutt on Sunday.

 

Women’s basketball falls to rival New Hampshire in Durham

Women’s basketball fell for the fourth straight time Feb. 11 when they lost to UNH in Durham 58-48. Despite double-digit scoring efforts by first-year Kayla Burchill and junior Shanai Heber, Vermont couldn’t keep up. The loss places them in second to last place, ahead of only Stony Brook.

 

Club Tennis season set to start in April

UVM will host a club tennis tournament when the courts open in the first weekend of April. The team looks to continue its strong performance after its most recent showing at the Yale Campus Championships, where they finished 2-2 overall. For those interested, practices take place every Sunday and Wednesday before Spring Break, and then every Tuesday and Wednesday after the academic intermission.