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UVMWOMENSSOCCER  September 2005

UVMWOMENSSOCCER September 2005

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This Week In Vermont Athletics September 12 ? September 19

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Sept. 12, 2005

This Week In Vermont Athletics September 12 ? September 19

VERMONT STUDENT-ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Senior Nikkie Hessney (Victor, N.Y.) from
the women?s soccer team and freshman Connor Tobin (Fort Collins, Colo.) from
the men?s soccer team are the Vermont Student-Athletes of the Week ?
Hessney netted a hat trick, the second of her career and the 18th in the
history of women's soccer at UVM, to lead Vermont past Robert Morris, 4-2, in
the second round of the Duquesne Invitational ? Hessney, who holds the NCAA
Division I record for the fastest hat trick, was a factor in all four goals,
also handing out an assist on Amy Cochran's tally in the contest ? Hessney, a
two-time America East All-Conference selection, is tied for the team lead in
scoring with nine points (4-1-9) ? She was the team's leading scorer in 2003
with 18 points, before being sidelined for the 2004 season and redshirting the
year ? She currently ranks second among the America East leaders in points
per game (1.50) and goals per game (0.67) ? Tobin (Fort Collins, Colo.) was
singled out by the Vermont coaching staff for his exceptional play as the
Catamounts captured the Smith Barney/Nike Soccer Classic. Tobin, who has
started all five games at outside back, was at his best in a win over
13th-ranked San Francisco ? He helped limit USF's Aaron Chandler, last
year?s WCC Player of the Year, to just one shot attempt ? Vermont (5-0-0),
ranked 26th in the nation in the CollegeSoccerNews.com National Top 30, is off
to its best start in 28 seasons ? The Cats head to Nashville this weekend to
take on Missouri Valley foes Vanderbilt and Western Kentucky in the Vanderbilt
Puma Classic.

CROSS COUNTRY: Vermont opened the 2005 season at the Dartmouth Invitational on
Saturday ? On a very challenging course, sophomore Diana Purtz (Powell, Ohio)
led the women's team to a fourth place finish, while senior Brad Allen
(Morrisville, Vt.) led the men's squad to a sixth place finish ? Purtz, the
team MVP as a rookie last season, finished 10th overall in the race with a time
of 20:13.90 ? Sophomore Heather Mitchell (Queensbury, N.Y.) placed 17th
(20:40.60) and newcomer Annika Frodi-Lundgren (Likoping, Sweden) finished 19th
(20:45.00) in her debut in a Vermont uniform ? Allen, the men's team MVP a
year ago, was the first Catamount across the finish line, placing 33rd overall
with a time of 26:49.20 ? Freshman Ben Fletcher (Santa Fe, N.M.) was the
second Catamount runner to cross the finish line ? He placed 40th overall
with a time of 25:54.70, in his debut at Vermont ? Chris Healey (Denver,
Colo.) finished third for Vermont with an overall time of 27:26.00, while Will
Gochberg (St. Paul, Minn.) and Nate Bradbury (Charleston, S.C.) rounded out
UVM's top five runners. Gochberg finished 71st with a time of 27:55.90 and
Bradbury was clocked at 28:13.00 to finish 78th overall ? WHO?S NEXT: The
Catamounts return to action next Saturday, Sept. 17 when they travel to UMass
for the UMass Triangular Race at 11:30 a.m. in Amherst, Mass. ... The race will
take place on the campus of Amherst College.

FIELD HOCKEY (2-4-0, America East 0-0-0): Vermont went 1-1 on the week with a
2-0 victory over Sacred Heart on Friday and a 3-2 loss to Massachusetts on
Saturday ... The two games were the first to be played on UVM's brand new,
state-of-the-art all-weather artificial turf field ... Sophomores Kelly
McClintock (Williston, Vt.) and Danielle Collins (Walpole, Mass.) each scored
to lead Vermont past Sacred Heart ... Playing on campus for the first time
since 2003, the Catamounts opened the home portion of their schedule with a 1-0
lead just over 21 minutes into the contest ... Junior Liz Berry (Westwood,
Mass.) redirected a cross right to McClintock, who finished it off with what
proved to be the game-winner ... Senior Ariel Eber (Plainfield, N.J.) picked up
the shutout in goal for the Catamounts, turning aside five Sacred Heart shots
on the afternoon ... It was Eber's first shutout of the season and third of her
career, while it was the first time Vermont held an opponent scoreless since
October 25, 2003 when the Catamounts defeated UMBC 1-0 ... On Saturday,
trailing 2-0 the Catamounts knotted the score with a pair of goals in the final
seven minutes of play, but the Minutewomen scored the final tally of the
contest to pull out the win ... Vermont got within one with 6:20 left in the
second half, as Collins scored her second goal in as many days ... Classmate
McClintock started the play with a shot on goal that was saved, but right to
Collins who put back the rebound ... The combo that scored the Catamounts two
goals against Sacred Heart the previous day would hook up again with just 1:33
to go in the contest ... Collins controlled the ball coming at the goal from
the right side and placed a perfect pass right in front to McClintock to tie
the game 2-2 ... WHO?S NEXT: The Catamounts return to action taking on
Central Michigan (Friday) and Michigan (Sunday), both in Ann Arbor, Mich.

MEN?S SOCCER (5-0-0, America East 0-0-0): Vermont won three times to run its
winning streak to five games ? The 5-0-0 start is Vermont?s best in 28
seasons when it opened the 1977 campaign with six straight victories ? The
Catamounts blanked Harvard, 1-0, on Tuesday ? On the weekend Vermont topped
Army, 2-1, and 13th-ranked San Francisco, 2-1, to capture the Smith Barney/Nike
Soccer Classic ? Vermont began the week ranked 22nd in the NSCAA/adidas
National Coaches Poll and second in the NSCAA New England Region rankings. This
week the Cats are ranked 26th in the CollegeSoccerNews.com National Top 30 Poll
? ?This was a great team effort, our best performance to date, against a
very talented team,? Vermont head coach Jesse Cormier after the win over
perennial national power San Francisco. ?The guys proved that if they focus
and believe in each other, they can compete, and defeat, any team in the
country.? ? Freshman Lee Stephane Kouadio (Woodlyn, Pa.) scored three goals
including two game-winners ? He tallied the lone goal vs. the Crimson and
then scored twice in the second half to spearhead the thrilling comeback win
over San Francisco ? Kouadio was selected to the CollegeSoccerNews.com
National Team of the Week and was named the Smith Barney/Nike Offensive MVP ?
Back Jesse Brady-Searby (Petersburgh, N.Y.) led a solid UVM defensive effort in
the tourney and was named the Defensive MVP ? Back Corey Bronner
(Morrisville, Vt.) and midfielder Danny Broughan (Ashbourne, Ireland) also were
named to the Smith Barney/Nike All-Tournament Team ? Freshman back Connor
Tobin (Fort Collins, Colo.) was exceptional on the weekend especially in the
win over USF ? He helped limit Aaron Chandler, last year?s WCC Player of
the Year, to just one shot attempt ? In the win over Army, Broughan had a
goal and an assist on the game-winning goal by Devin Bitsack (Mendham. N.J.)
? It was Bitsack?s first career goal ? WHO?S NEXT: Vermont travels to
Nashville this weekend to take on Vanderbilt on Friday and Western Kentucky on
Sunday in the Vanderbilt PUMA Classic ? The next home match is Wednesday,
Sept. 21 versus Colgate ? 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 SOCCER (2-4-0, America East 0-0-0): The Catamounts went 1-1 at the
Duquesne Invitational this weekend, falling 7-0 to the hosts then bouncing back
with a 4-1 victory over Robert Morris ? Senior Nikkie Hessney (Victor, N.Y.)
netted her second career hat trick and the 18th in women?s soccer history
against the Colonials ? Hessney factored into every goal in the game, also
handing out an assist on Amy Cochran?s (Keene, N.H.) goal ? Hessney owns
the NCAA Division I record for the fastest hat trick, scoring three goals in
2:22 against Stetson in the 2003 season opener ? Cochran and Hessney are tied
for the team lead in scoring with nine points each ? Hessney has tallied nine
points in the last three games ? Cochran, who handed out a total of five
assists in all of 2004, has registered a team-high five helpers six games into
the season ? Sophomore Victoria Felis (Stowe, Vt.) and freshman Whitney
Gonneville (Northfield, Vt.) made their first starts of the year against Robert
Morris ? It was Felis? second career start overall and the first career
start for Gonneville ? Junior Laura Kissock (Albuquerque, N.M.), a transfer
from UNLV, made her first career start in a Catamount uniform against the
Colonials, playing 78 shutout minutes and making two saves ? Cochran, Hessney
and junior Laura Carollo (Milwaukee, Wisc.) were named to the all-tournament
team at the Duquesne Invitational ? In both of Vermont?s wins this season,
the Catamounts have scored four goals ? Vermont is now 9-2-1 in games that
Hessney registers at least two points ? WHO?S NEXT: The Catamounts continue
their six-game road swing with games at Rhode Island (Fri., Sept. 16, 7:00
p.m.) and at Massachusetts (Sun., Sept. 18, 2:15 p.m.)

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

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