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UVMWOMENSSOCCER  September 2005

UVMWOMENSSOCCER September 2005

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This Week in Vermont Athletics September 26 ? October 3

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Sept. 26, 2005

This Week in Vermont Athletics September 26 ? October 3

VERMONT STUDENT-ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Brad Allen (Morrisville, Vt.) from the
cross country team and Laura Kissock (Albuquerque, N.M.) from the women?s
soccer team are the Vermont Student-Athletes of the Week ? Kissock, a
transfer from UNLV, has started the last three games in net for the Catamounts
? She helped preserve a 2-0 shutout victory over defending America East
Champion Binghamton on Sunday afternoon, making a career-high 11 stops ? It
marked the second straight game where Kissock has posted a career-high for
saves ? She made nine stops in Vermont's 2-1 victory at UMass on Sept. 18 ?
Kissock has started the last four games in goal for Vermont and the Catamounts
are 3-1 ? She ranks second in America East in saves per game (6.17) and 10th
in goals against average (2.37) ? The Catamounts, winners of three of the
last four games, own a record of 4-5-0 overall and stand at 1-0-0 in America
East .. UVM returns to Centennial Field for the first time since August 31 when
they host Albany at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29 ? Allen was the
Catamounts top runner for the for the ninth time out of 10 races, dating back
to last season, and for the third consecutive race in 2005 ? He led the men's
cross country team to a second place finish at the St. Lawrence Invitational,
finishing fourth overall with a time of 26:42 ? The Catamounts have this week
off and will be back in action on Oct. 8 when they compete in the New England
Championships at Franklin Park in Boston, Mass.

CROSS COUNTRY: For the second straight weekend the University of Vermont
women?s cross country team took home first place honors, this time at the St.
Lawrence Invitational in Canton, N.Y. .... The UVM men?s team also posted a
strong performance, finishing second overall in the race ? In the women?s
race, sophomore Diana Purtz (Powell, Ohio) led five Catamounts in the top 10,
finishing second overall, with a time of 22:44 ... Junior Heather Mitchell
(Queensbury, N.Y.), senior Tessa Auwarter (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.) and
sophomore Cara Moorby (Milton, Vt.) finished 6-7-9 for Vermont ... Mitchell
posted a time of 23:21, while Auwarter and Moorby were clocked at 23:28 and
23:38, respectively ... Senior captain Katy Jackson (Saco, Maine) rounded out
the top five for Vermont with a 10th place finish and a time of 23:42 ? In
the men?s race, Brad Allen (Morrisville, Vt.) paced Vermont and led three
Catamounts in the top 10 ... Allen posted a time of 26:42 and was followed by
freshman Ben Fletcher (Santa Fe, N.M.) in fifth place (26:46) and senior Will
Gochberg (St. Paul, Minn.) in ninth place (27:07) ...  Nate Bradbury
(Charleston, S.C.) and freshman Tim Duclos (Benson, Vt.) rounded out
Vermont?s top five runners ... Bradbury placed 26th with a time of 27:57 and
Duclos was 39th with a mark of 28:21, both personal bests for each runner ?
WHO?S NEXT: The Catamounts take a week off to prepare for the New England
Championships that will be held at Franklin Park in Boston, Mass. on Saturday,
Oct. 8.

FIELD HOCKEY (3-6, 0-0 America East): The Catamounts won their only contest of
the week defeating Cornell 2-0 at home on Sunday afternoon ... Sophomores Kelly
McClintock (Williston, Vt.) and Betsy Welsh (Lambertville, N.J.) each scored in
the contest ... Vermont opened the scoring 16:30 into the first half as
McClintock picked up her third goal of the season on a feed from classmate
Danielle Collins (Walpole, Mass.) ... It was her third goal of the season,
matching her total from all of last year ... Welsh gave the Catamounts an
insurance goal with 17:17 remaining in the contest as Vermont set up for a
penalty corner ... Welsh started the play and three passes later senior
Merrie-Beth Maynard (Waterbury Center, Vt.) sent a diagonal cross back to Welsh
who raised it over Goldblatt's right shoulder and made it 2-0 ... The tally was
the first of her collegiate career for Welsh, while it was Maynard's third
assist on the year, which is tied for the team lead with Collins ... Senior
Ariel Eber (Plainfield, N.J.) went the distance in goal for Vermont making four
saves, while picking up her second shutout of the year ... Freshmen Jennifer
Angers (Mansfield, Mass.) and Lauren Burke (Mahopac, N.Y.) each made their
first career starts for the Catamounts ... Vermont is now 2-1 at home this
season ... Two of the Catamounts three wins
this season have came by the way of a shutout ... Cornell was 5-1 going into the
contest and had out scored its opponents 24-8 on the season ... With three wins
this season, Vermont matches its win total from last year ... WHO'S NEXT:
Vermont hosts Dartmouth on Wednesday at 4:00 p.m., before opening its league
schedule with UMBC at home on Saturday.

MEN?S HOCKEY (0-0-0, 0-0-0 Hockey East): The University of Vermont men?s
hockey team will step onto the ice for the first time in the 2005-06 season at
2:00 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1 at Gutterson Fieldhouse during the Catamount Face
Off ? Tickets for the event are $5.00 and go on sale starting Monday, Sept.
26 at 9:00 a.m. at the UVM Athletic Ticket Office in Patrick Gymnasium ?
Tickets can be purchased in person or via the phone by calling 802-656-4410 or
1-866-4-CAT-TIX ? Vermont students will be admitted free with a valid UVM ID
and donations are encouraged ? All proceeds from the Catamount Face Off will
benefit the Katrina Disaster Relief Fund via the America Red Cross ?
Vermont?s first practice of the 2005-06 season will include a intra-squad
scrimmage and skills competition at Gutterson Fieldhouse followed by a
post-skate fest at Archie Post Field ? The Catamounts, who enter their first
season in Hockey East this year, finished 21-14-4 in 2004-05 and were the most
improved Division I hockey team in the country ? Doors open at 1:00 p.m. for
the Catamount Face Off ? A variety of giveaways are planned for the event:
the first 50 fans will receive a TD Banknorth water bottle; the first 200 fans
receive a promotional schedule poster courtesy of the UPS Store Downtown
Burlington; the first 200 fans receive a 2005-06 schedule magnet courtesy of
Marco?s Pizza; the first 500 fans receive a Vermont hockey schedule t-shirt
courtesy of Smuggler?s Notch and Nectar?s; the first 500 fans receive
?buy one get one free? Big Daddy Breakfast coupons courtesy of Handy?s;
the first 500 fans receive free small fry coupons from McDonald?s; and the
first 1,000 fans receive a Green Mountain Coffee product ?
The Vermont hockey senior class will announce more raffle prizes at the
post-skate fest ? They include: one round trip ticket anywhere Jet Blue
flies; a Smugglers? Notch season pass; a $100 gift card to Hannaford?s; a
$100 gift certificate to Dick?s Sporting Goods and a pair of rink side seats
to the St. Francis Xavier game on Friday, Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m. as well as a
signed game-worn team jersey ? The post-skate fest at Archie Post Field
begins at 3:30 p.m. with music from Ekis ? An autographed Martin St. Louis
jersey will also be raffled off to benefit the Jared Williams Foundation. Food
includes: Nectar?s gravy fries, University Dining Popcorn, bagels from The
Bagel, Ben & Jerry?s ice cream, Juniors Pizza and Coca Cola products ? Fans
can also stick around after the Catamount Face Off and post-skate fest to watch
the Vermont women?s hockey team open the 2005-06 season versus Sacred Heart
at 7:00 p.m. ? This season also marks the inaugural year for the women?s
program as a member of Hockey East ? For more information on the event
contact Krista Balogh, director of marketing and promotions at the University
of Vermont, at 656-1744.

MEN?S SOCCER (6-3-0, 0-1-0 America East): The Catamounts split a pair of games
last week topping Colgate, 2-1, in overtime and dropping a hard-fought 3-2
decision to Binghamton  ? Vermont saw its 11-game home unbeaten streak come
to an end Saturday with the loss to Binghamton ? Four different players
scored the four UVM goals last week including junior Ashton Harrewyn (Essex
Junction, Vt.) netting his first career goal ? Saturday, freshman Lee
Stephane Kouadio (Woodlyn, Pa.) scored his seventh goal of the season. He leads
America East in goals scored ? Classmate Jordan Crasilneck (Eugene, Ore.) had
a pair of assists in the 2-1 overtime win over Colgate last Wednesday and he
now has a team-high five ? Patrick Wyld (West Simsbury, Conn.) also had two
assists in game setting up both goals on Saturday ? Led by Kouadio, UVM has
had a more balanced attack this season. Through nine games eight different
Catamounts have accounted for the team?s 16 goals. A year ago in 19 contests,
only six players tallied UVM?s 23 goals ? A goal Wednesday by Jesse
Brady-Searby (Petersburgh, N.Y.) was Vermont?s first in overtime in its last
eight games that have gone beyond regulation. Five of the previous seven
overtime games had ended in a tie ? WHO?S NEXT: Vermont hosts Siena on
Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. at Centennial Field and resumes America East play
Saturday at New Hampshire at 7:00 p.m. ? UVM students with a valid ID as well
as all Victory Club members are admitted free to all Catamount regular season
home games.

WOMEN?S HOCKEY (0-0-0, 0-0-0 Hockey East): Vermont will host Sacred Heart in
its season opener on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. at Gutterson Fieldhouse ? The
Catamounts have won four straight and are 6-1-1 all-time versus the Pioneers 
? After spending its first four seasons of Division I as a member of the
ECACHL, the Catamounts begin Hockey East play this season ? Vermont will join
fellow newcomer Boston University in the eight-team league that also includes
Boston College, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence
? The Catamounts host a team-record 20 home contests this season ? Senior
Hilary Johnson (Arlington Heights, Ill.) is the top offensive threat for the
Catamounts, as she returns for her final season on campus ranked fourth
all-time at UVM in goals scored (22), fifth in points (43) and tied for sixth
in assists (21).

WOMEN?S SOCCER (4-5-0, 1-0-0 America East): The Catamounts opened America East
play with a 2-0 shutout on the road over the defending America East Champions,
Binghamton ? It is the second straight shutout for Vermont over Binghamton,
UVM handed the Bearcats a 1-0 loss at Centennial Field late in the season in
2004 ? Vermont posted back-to-back wins for the first time this season and
are 3-1 in the last four matches ? Junior forward Amy Cochran (Keene, N.H.)
scored both goals for the Catamounts and has tallied four goals in the past two
games ? Cochran leads the team in scoring with seven goals and has also
handed out a team-high five assists for 19 point s? She ranks among the top
five all-time at UVM in goals (5th-24), assists (T3rd-14) and points (5th-62)
? Junior goalkeeper Laura Kissock (Albuquerque, N.M.), a transfer from UNLV,
made a career-high 11 saves against Binghamton to preserve the shutout for
Vermont ? It was her first and the team?s first shutout of the season ?
She posted a career-high in net for the second straight week, Kissock made nine
saves in a 2-1 victory over UMass on September 19 ? Kissock has started the
last four games in goal for Vermont and the Catamounts are 3-1 ? Vermont
closed out its six-game road swing during the month of September with a 3-3
record ? WHO?S NEXT: The Catamounts return home for the first time since
August 31 to host Albany on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 3:00 p.m. at Centennial Field
? Vermont also travels to Boston University on Sunday, Oct. 2 for a 1:00 p.m.
game.

FALL FOLIAGE GOLF TOURNAMENT: Spots are still available in the 2005 Victory Club
Fall Foliage Golf Tournament ? The tournament will be held on Friday, Oct. 7,
2005 at Vermont National Country Club in conjunction with the University of
Vermont?s Homecoming Weekend celebration ? The deadline for entry into the
tournament is Sept. 30, 2005 ? The cost is $175 per play for individuals or
$700 per foursome and includes a bag lunch, giveaway and greens fee ?
Registration for the tournament starts at 9:00am with a shotgun start at 10:00
a.m. ? A reception will be held following golf at approximately 3:00 p.m. ?
For more information contact Jason Spaulding, Victory Club Coordinator at the
University of Vermont, at 802-656-0956 or via email at [log in to unmask]

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

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