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Men’s soccer losing streak continues

October 21, 2016

Catamount men’s soccer fell to the University of Hartford 1-0 at Virtue Field on Saturday. The loss extended the Catamounts’ losing streak to three games. The lone goal of the game came late in the second half, after the Catamounts cleared a Hartford throw-in. Hartford substitute ...

Men’s soccer jumps to national stage

Anthony Clark

September 23, 2016

Coming off an America East Championship last year and starting the 2016-2017 season by receiving a national ranking, the UVM men’s soccer team is once again a force in Division I soccer. The Catamounts are currently having one of the best starts in program history, having won seven out of...

UVM senior finds success once again

Ben Steinlauf

September 15, 2016

A men’s soccer senior attacker is looking to add to his impressive list of accomplishments as he hopes to help UVM repeat as conference champions. Brian Wright has already shown that he means business, tallying four goals and seven assists in the first six games of the season. Already ...

Men’s soccer blanks LIU to stay undefeated

September 8, 2016

The UVM men’s soccer team defeated Long Island University Brooklyn 3-0, boosting the Catamounts to a 4-0-0 start and winning the Peter Baldwin Memorial Classic Sept.4.The Peter Baldwin Memorial Classic is a tournament hosted by UVM that is in its 25th season, the second under the name.Prior to the 2015-1...

Cats ready to follow up championship year

John Suozzo

August 31, 2016

The UVM men’s soccer team is poised for another successful season and hopes to build on their America East champion- ship and NCAA Tournament appearance from the 2015 season. The team kicked off its season with an impressive 3-2 overtime victory over California State University, Fullerton...

Walk-on tells his story of success

Senior Gideon Rosenthal battles for the ball during a game against Dartmouth College Oct. 1, 2014. (Photo: Brian Jenkin)

May 19, 2016

When people picture collegiate walk-on athletes, they typically recall, “Rudy” Ruettiger, the diminutive defensive end who walked onto Notre Dame’s football team in 1974 and inspired the 1993 hit-movie Rudy. However, there are student athletes on most college campuses that share similar stories of ...

UVM soccer falls 1-0 to end year 

Forward Brian Wright takes a shot on goal.

December 1, 2015

The UVM men’s soccer season came to a close Nov. 18, when the team was defeated by Boston College 1-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.For the first time in eight years, the team won the America East Championship and moved on to the national playoffs.Even though they could not top Boston ...

Men’s soccer wins conference championship 

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November 15, 2015

[Updated 8:55 p.m. Nov. 15]For the first time in eight years, the UVM men’s soccer team has won the America East Championship and is going to the NCAA Tournament. On Sunday afternoon, the Catamounts defeated Binghamton University 1-0, after junior forward Brian Wright scored his 10th goal of the season after an assist by s...

Spanish athlete adjusts to play in the U.S.

November 4, 2015

Adjusting to life in a new country is never easy. Men’s varsity soccer midfielder sophomore Jaime Miralles is working hard on making his international transition a smooth one.  Miralles arrived at UVM after men’s soccer head coach Jesse Cormier scouted him from the Villarreal Fútbol Academy in Spai...

Virtue Field’s lights aid the growth of UVM athletics

The new lights being constructed at Virtue Field are pictured Oct. 4. Virtue Field has been without a permanent set of stadium lights since 2012. DAYNA WYCKOFF/The Vermont Cynic

Andrew Shwartz

October 6, 2015

The wait is over for the UVM community and Vermont residents who have waited for the installation of Virtue Field’s stadium lights to begin. Since its construction in 2012, Virtue Field has been without a permanent set of stadium lights which has limited the amount of practices and games played.  ...

Soccer teams start season strong

Soccer teams start season strong

September 30, 2015

Both the men’s and women’s UVM soccer teams have experienced highs and lows early in the new season.The men’s team started the season with a 1-0 win over Sacred Heart University, before dropping the next three games. However, they are now on a four-game winning streak and hold a record of 5-3-1. ...

UVM players commit to offseason

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Junior Midfielder Theodore Gula practices his footwork during the offseason at Virtue Field March 26. For Many players, the offseason is the time to develop as a player, while the in season is the time they utilize their new skills.

April 1, 2015

As the season starts for men’s soccer, there is a lot of pressure to win, junior men’s soccer player Teddy Gula said.The same goes for the offseason. This means much of the regular season must be spent in game day preparation and tactics while the offseason includes additional practices, Gula said...

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