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Men’s lacrosse team uses strong defense to snag win

Men’s lacrosse team uses strong defense to snag win

April 10, 2018

The Catamounts improved to 10-1 on the season, their first double-digit win season since 1997, accordi...

Lacrosse senior dreams of pro future

Maddie Allan, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under Player Profiles, Sports

Senior Ian MacKay’s collegiate lacrosse career will draw to a close this spring, but the captain isn’t done with the sport. Following his career as a Catamount, MacKay is hoping to play professionally. “The pro field draft is coming up in April,” MacKay said. “I definitely have that date circled in my calendar.” MacKay...

Lacrosse returns to winning ways after loss

Locria Courtright, Assistant Sports Editor

March 28, 2018

Filed under Game Recaps, Sports

One of the many marks of a great team is how they deal with adversity, and UVM men’s lacrosse showed that they can deal with it well. Coming off of a 21-5 loss to No. 1 University at Albany March 17, the No. 16 Catamounts rebounded with a 10-6 home win over the Binghamton Bearcats at Virtue Field March 24 after a hat tric...

Lacrosse ready to bounce back

Nickie Morris, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018

Filed under Sports

The 2018 men’s lacrosse team is a deeply optimistic and committed group, despite finishing with a 5-8 record last year, their worst season since 2014. Led by senior captains James Leary and returning red shirt senior Ian MacKay, the team is greatly anticipating their Feb. 1 start in Greenville, South Carolina against ...

Seniors tabbed to lead men’s lacrosse team

Sabrina Hood, Cynic Correspondent

December 10, 2017

Filed under Sports

The UVM men’s lacrosse team has announced their captains for the upcoming season. The team anticipates a stronger and more cohesive season, which begins in February. The team gave the most votes for senior midfielder Ian MacKay and senior defender James Leary to captain again. Last season, the team had five captai...

Lacrosse suffers defeat in conference game

Locria Courtright, Assistant Sports Editor

April 8, 2017

Filed under Game Recaps, Sports

On a day where Vermont men’s lacrosse celebrated the program’s 40th anniversary, University of Hartford spoiled the Catamounts’ party. The Hawks defeated UVM 15-13 Apr. 1 at Virtue Field in a rematch of the 2016 America East Championship, which Hartford also won. The start of the game was pushed back 45 minutes due ...

Lacrosse first-year starts strong

Lacrosse first-year starts strong

April 6, 2016

 You only get one chance to make a first impression and one men’s lacrosse first-year is making the most of his.On his Feb. 6 Catamount deb...

Virtue Field’s lights aid the growth of UVM athletics

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Andrew Shwartz

October 6, 2015

Filed under Sports

The wait is over for the UVM community and Vermont residents who have waited for the installation of Virtue Field’s stadium lights to beg...

Lacrosse player scores big

Freddy Fields

April 21, 2015

Filed under Player Profiles, Sports

At the end of the season, it’s normal for a team to take note of the most positive traits that were displayed. For the men’s lacrosse team, it’s hard not to point out the stellar growth of first-year Cam Milligan’s into a scoring phenom. A transfer from Towson, Milligan has thrived in his new role, putting up 26 goa...

Working over break

February 24, 2015

Filed under Sports

For most college students, spring break is a vacation. For many student-athletes, it’s a week that could make or break a season, senior men’s lacrosse player Dan DiStefano said.Spring break emerged as a tradition for college students in 1958 when an English professor from Michigan State wrote a novel entailing the events th...

Team aims for consistency

Team aims for consistency

February 10, 2015

PHOTO COURTESY OF UVM ATHLETICS UVM men’s lacrosse opens 2015 ranked second to last in the pre-season...

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