Northeastern topped Vermont 5-1 behind first-year Husky Kendall Coyne’s hat trick in Boston. The loss drops Vermont to 3-16-2 overall and 2-9-2 in America East play. The team next plays in Durham, N.H.w Jan. 28 against New Hampshire.
Swimming and diving
In their final home match of the season, swimming and diving fell to Northeastern 184-116. The loss puts Vermont’s record at 7-4. Prior to the races, 12 seniors on the team were honored for senior night. Swimming and diving is back in action Jan. 29 at Rhode Island.
Vermont junior Shanai Heber recorded her second double-double of the season as the Catamounts fell to University of Maryland, Baltimore County 67-58 at home on Jan 22. The loss drops Vermont to 8-13 and 2-6 in America East play. The team returns to action on Saturday when they travel to Stony Brook for a 2 p.m. tip-off.