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Men’s Lax: Lead Gets Away, Vermont Bows to Stony Brook 10-9

Courtesy Vermont Sports Information BURLINGTON, Vt. – Stony Brook stormed back from a 7-2 deficit at halftime and captured a 10-9 victory over Vermont on Senior Day, presented by UVM Alumni Association, Saturday at Virtue Field. Vermont drops to 7-5 overall (4-2 AE) while Stony Brook improves to 8-5 overall (4-1 AE). COACH’S QUOTE “We […]

Men’s Hockey: Moffat New Head Coach at Plattsburgh

Courtesy Plattsburgh Sports Information PLATTSBURGH, NY. –– Nineteen-year coaching veteran and former Plattsburgh State men’s ice hockey All-American Steve Moffat ’98 has been named the seventh head men’s ice hockey coach in the 44-year history of the program, as announced Thursday by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation. Moffat takes over the position from […]

Middlebury Adds Eight to Athletic Hall of Fame

Courtesy Middlebury Sports Information MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury College today announced its 2019 class of inductees for the Middlebury Athletics Hall of Fame. The sixth class to be inaugurated, this year’s group includes people representing six different decades, from as early as 1949 to as recent as 2004. The inductees combined to participate in nine different […]

Women’s Hockey: Bolding steps down at Norwich, Takes Head Coaching Position at Yale

Courtesy Norwich Sports Information NORTHFIELD –– After 12 seasons, Norwich University head women’s hockey coach Mark Bolding ‘95 announced on Tuesday night that he has stepped down to take over as the head women’s hockey coach at Yale University. Bolding has been the driving force behind the Cadets’ ascension to the top of the Division […]

Women’s Hoop: Remove the “Interim” Tag, Alisa Kresge Named Head Coach at UVM

Courtesy Vermont Sports Information BURLINGTON –– The University of Vermont named Alisa Kresge as head coach of women’s basketball on Tuesday after a season in which Kresge led the Catamounts to a fifth-place finish in America East as interim head coach. Vermont won 11 games this season marking their best year since 2009-10. The 11 […]

Racing: Thunder Road Season Opener Postponed Two Weeks Early/ Due to Snow, Scheduling

Courtesy Thunder Road Barre –– The start of the 60th season of racing at Barre’s Thunder Road will have to wait one more week. Track management has officially postponed the season-opening Community Bank N.A. 150 to Sunday, May 5 at 1:30pm. The decision was made due to a combination of leftover snow at the track […]

Scholars Bowl: Burlington Wins State Championship

MONTPELIER — The team from Burlington High School is the state high school academic champion after winning the Vermont-NEA Scholars’ Bowl at the State House on Saturday, March 30th. BHS defeated Champlain Valley Union High School in the championship match, 450-390, after building a big lead in the first of three rounds of competition and […]

Racing: Pole Fends off Helliwell for Victory at Richmond

Courtesy American Canadian Tour RICHMOND, VA. — Hudson, NH’s Joey Polewarczyk Jr. scored one of the biggest wins of his already illustrious American-Canadian Tour (ACT) career by taking the inaugural Commonwealth Classic 65 at Virginia’s Richmond Raceway on Saturday, March 30. “Joey Pole” took the lead for good on lap 42 and survived a pair […]

College Baseball: Rodgers Pitches St. Mike’s Past Regionally-Ranked Franklin Pierce in Twinbill Split

Courtesy St. Michael’s Sports Information RINDGE, NH. — Sophomore Zach Rodgers (Parrish, Fla./Manatee) turned in his third stellar start of the spring on Saturday, helping the Saint Michael’s College baseball team blank regionally-ranked Franklin Pierce University, 2-0, to begin a doubleheader split at Pappas Field. The Purple Knights lost the nightcap, 5-3, as the teams […]