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Women’s lacrosse falls to Albany

Women's lacrosse falls to Albany

Sabrina Hood, Staff Writer

April 11, 2018

Women’s lacrosse failed to register their first conference win of the season, succumbing to a 17-8 loss to the University at Albany Apr. 4. Albany remains undefeated in the conference. “Our girls continued to fight, but it was a tough hole to dig ourselves out of,” head coach Sarah Dalton said. ...

Women’s lacrosse wins and loses at home

Locria Courtright, Assistant Sports Editor

March 8, 2018

Vermont women’s lacrosse embraced MAACtion this week, as two teams from the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference visited Virtue Field. UVM hosted Siena College Wednesday Feb. 28 in a game that saw history made. Junior midfielder Elise Koehl tied a school record with eight goals in the game as ...

Women’s lacrosse looking ahead after rough season

Stephanie Aurenz, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018

Women’s lacrosse will be back on the field in less than a month, and the team is feeling optimistic coming out of preseason. The Catamounts struggled last year going 1-15 for the season, but senior captain Courtney Cole said the team is looking strong. “We got the opportunity to have seve...

Cats ready for a new start

Cats ready for a new start

Locria Courtright, Assistant Sports Editor

February 10, 2017

A new coach and a new season provide optimism for Catamount women’s lacrosse. Last season, under head coach Jen Johnson, the Catamounts went 6-10 overall and 2-4 in America East, missing the conference tournament for the first time since 2012. This year, the Catamounts have been picked to finish f...

Women’s lacrosse opens their 2016 conference slate

Women's lacrosse opens their 2016 conference slate

Ben Steinlauf

April 7, 2016

The women’s lacrosse team opened their conference season March 26 against the same team that ended their season last year. UVM suffered an overtime loss to the University of Albany in last year’s America East tournament, according to UVM athletics. The Cats are hoping to do even better than ...

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.  ...

2014-2015: A year in highlights

April 21, 2015

This year, varsity sports teams experienced season changing moments, incredible victories and highlight reel worthy plays. From Gutterson Fieldhouse to the ski slopes of Lake Placid, New York, members of the Cynic sports staff breakdown their favorite sporting moments at UVM in 2014-2015. Nov. 8, 2014: Men...

Coach and captain set high expectations

April 1, 2015

The women’s lacrosse team has had two standouts this year: senior Jessica Roach and coach Jen Johnson.Roach, one of the team’s co-captains, was the Corvias ECAC Division I New England player of the week for the week of March 17.  This is one of her many achievements of the past months. She was al...

Cats offer tribute to former captain

March 18, 2015

A  former member of the UVM women’s lacrosse team, died Feb. 12.Vanessa Cox ‘05 was in a fatal car crash in New Hampshire.  She was 31 years old.Cox was one of the team captains her senior year, according to the team’s coach, Jen Johnson. Johnson coached Cox for her final season in 2004 and ...

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