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UVMWOMENSSOCCER  September 2005

UVMWOMENSSOCCER September 2005

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This Week In Vermont Athletics September 5 - September 12

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Sept. 5, 2005

This Week In Vermont Athletics September 5 ? September 12

VERMONT STUDENT-ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Senior Matt Chew (Clifton Park N.Y.) from
the men?s soccer team and junior Cassandra VanLeeuwen (Tillsonburgh, Ontario)
from the women?s soccer team are the Vermont Student-Athletes of the Week ?
Chew scored a pair of goals on his way to being named to the all-tournament
team at the Nike Fall Soccer Classic in Durham, N.H., this past weekend ? The
Catamounts defeated Quinnipiac 2-0 and Iona 3-1 in the tournament to begin the
season 2-0 for the first time since 1994 ? VanLeeuwen scored a pair of goals
in Vermont?s 4-2 win over Marist last week as the Catamounts picked up their
first win in 2005 ? Vermont is now 7-0 since 2004 in games VanLeeuwen scores
a goal.

CROSS COUNTRY: The Vermont cross country team opens the 2005 campaign on
Saturday at the Dartmouth Invitational ? Head coach Matt Belfield returns
several top runners including last year?s team MVP?s Brad Allen
(Morrisville, Vt.) and Diana Purtz (Powell, Ohio) to the men?s and women?s
squads, respectively ? Belfield is also excited about the newcomers who have
joined the Catamounts this season.

FIELD HOCKEY (1-3, 0-0 America East): The Catamounts dropped a pair of
non-conference games this past weekend on the road, falling to Providence 8-1
and to Brown, 2-1 in overtime ... At Providence, junior Nikki Desch
(Charlottesville, Va.) scored Vermont's only goal, as it was the first of her
collegiate career ... Senior Merrie-Beth Maynard (Waterbury Center, Vt.) picked
up the assist on the tally, her first of the season after leading the
Catamounts in that category a year ago with five ... Vermont took a 1-0 lead
just 9:48 into the contest against Brown, as Desch picked up her second goal in
as many days, but Brown would come back to tie and pick up the victory in
overtime ... Senior Ariel Eber (Plainfield, N.J.) went the distance in goal for
Vermont, making 11 stops in her season debut ... WHO'S NEXT: Vermont opens the
home portion of its schedule with the first game to be played on the brand new,
state of the art turf field on Friday against Sacred Heart at 3:00 p.m. ... The
Catamounts will then take on Massachusetts the following afternoon.

MEN?S SOCCER (2-0-0, 0-0 America East): Vermont opened its 2005 campaign in
Durham, N.H., with its second straight UNH Nike Fall Soccer Classic title. The
Catamounts blanked Quinnipiac, 2-0, and topped Iona, 3-1, in the tourney and
had a favorable tiebreaker over UNH for the championship ? Off to its first
2-0-0 start since 1994, Vermont ranks second this week in the NSCAA New England
Region Coaches Poll ? Sophomore Panos Georgiadis (Morrisville, Vt.) scored
the first goal in each game to earn co-MVP honors of the classic while Matt
Chew (Clifton Park, N.Y.), Jesse Brady-Searby (Petersburgh, N.Y.) and Corey
Bronner (Morrisville, Vt.) joined him on the all-tournament team ? Bronner
and Brady-Searby picked up all-tourney honors at the UNH Nike Fall Classic for
the their third straight season ? A sophomore transfer, Georgiadis holds the
unique distinction of scoring a goal in his first game for St. Lawrence and in
his first game for Vermont ? Freshman goalkeeper Tom Critz (Enfield, Conn.)
backboned the sturdy Vermont defense in both games and he recorded a shutout
against Quinnipiac in his first career start. Critz was among six freshmen in
the lineup for the Catamounts to start the season ? Chew, a senior defensive
specialist throughout his career, scored his first two collegiate goals in the
two games ? Freshman Lee Stephane Kouadio (Woodlyn, Pa.) also scored his
first career goal while three others, junior Devin Bitsack (Mendham, N.J.),
junior Justin Geibel (Boxford, Mass.) and freshman Jordan Crasilneck (Eugene,
Ore.) each notched their first career points with assists ?  WHO?S NEXT:
Vermont?s home opener is on Tuesday when it hosts Harvard at Centennial Field
at 2:30pm. Fans who attend the match with the Crimson will receive $1 off the
Vermont Expos game with Tri-City at 7:00 p.m. that evening ? Vermont hosts
the 15th annual Smith Barney/Nike Soccer Classic on Friday and Sunday.
Perennial national power San Francisco will play New Hampshire in the classic
opener at 2:00 p.m. at Centennial Field on Friday with Vermont facing Army in
the 4:30 p.m. nightcap. Sunday, UNH will take on Army at 11:00 a.m. and the
Catamounts will play USF in the final game at 1:15 p.m. ? At the Smith
Barney/Nike Soccer Classic on Sunday, the first 500 Vermont students with a
valid student ID will receive a folding chair courtesy of TD Banknorth ... Also
on Sunday the first 200 fans will receive the 2005 men?s soccer team poster
courtesy of the UPS store ... Vermont students with a valid ID as well as all
Victory Club members are admitted free to all Catamount regular season home
games.

WOMEN?S SOCCER (1-3-0, 0-0 America East): Vermont picked up its first win of
the year with a 4-2 victory over Marist early in the week ? Junior Cassandra
VanLeeuwen (Tillsonburg, Ontario) netted two goals in the win ? Vermont is
now 7-0 since 2004 in games VanLeeuwen scores a goal ? Fifth-year senior
Nikkie Hessney (Victor, N.Y.) scored her first goal in a year-and-a-half with
Vermont?s lone tally in a loss to Villanova ? Hessney the team?s leading
scorer in 2003, sat out 2004 as a redshirt ? Through four games, junior Amy
Cochran (Keene, N.H.) has recorded three assists, she had a total of five
assists in all of 2004 ? WHO?S NEXT: The Catamounts are in the midst of a
six-game road swing that continues in Pittsburgh, Pa., at the Duquesne
Tournament on Sept. 9 and 11 ? Vermont will face the hosts at 7:00 p.m. on
Friday night (9/9) and the play Robert Morris at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday (9/11).

-- 
Vermont Athletic Communications
http://www.uvmathletics.com

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