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Basketball season ends on high note

Locria Courtright, Assistant Sports Editor

March 31, 2017

Filed under Sports

A historic season has come to an end for men’s basketball. The 2016-17 season saw the team break numerous records. UVM set a new program record for overall wins with 29, including a 21-game win streak stretching Dec. 29 to March 11. This streak included a 16-0 record in America East, the first time in conference history...

Men’s hockey splits games with UNH

Men’s hockey splits games with UNH

February 12, 2017

Gutterson Fieldhouse was home to a shooting gallery this weekend, as Vermont men’s hockey split with ri...

Men’s hockey swept by North Dakota

October 25, 2015

Filed under Game Recaps, Sports

The early season gauntlet continues for UVM men’s hockey as they welcomed No. 1 North Dakota for a two game series at Gutterson Fieldhouse.The Cats entered the series with a record of 1-2-0 after facing what was then the nation’s third ranked team in Nebraska-Omaha the previous weekend.It was clear which team had 12 NHL ...

Profile on Women’s Soccer head coach Kristi Lefebvre

Claire Messersmith

October 23, 2015

Filed under Sports

Hired in 2010, at 26, Kristi Lefebvre was one of the youngest coaches at the Division I level. But age did not stop Lefebvre -— she is in her fifth season with the Catamounts. Five seasons after hiring Lefebvre, the Catamounts have had the best start to their America East Conference season since 2001. Lefebvr...

Profile on Men’s Soccer head coach Jesse Cormier

October 23, 2015

Filed under Sports

With an impressive resume, men’s soccer head coach Jesse Cormier is trying to pass along his skills.After a brief professional soccer career in the U.S. and England, Cormier became the first UVM alumnus to coach a varsity team.Head coach Jesse Cormier and his staff have already been recognized, as they won the 2012 America Ea...

Tough series for men’s hockey

Alexander Benoit

January 18, 2015

Filed under Sports

In lieu of head coach Kevin Sneddon’s remarks about a lack of effort, the Catamounts responded. Unfortunately it just wasn't enough. The Cats tied Northeastern University 2-2, on Jan. 17 capitalizing on power play goals by sophomore Brady Shaw and junior Colin Markison. Physicality was one thing Sneddon mentioned after...

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