Catamounts fight, fall, to 23rd Ranked UConn. Despite offensive struggles, positive signs abound in 67-49 loss.
(Storrs, CT) — The Vermont Catamounts lost the war, but won several battles on the hardwood before falling on the road to the 23rd ranked UConn Huskies, 67-49. “Another tough offensive night for us,” said Vermont head coach John Becker,Read More
Catamounts Roar into field of 64: Vermont knocks off Lamar 71-59 in the NCAA Tournament “First Four,” setting stage for showdown with 1-seed UNC
When John Becker was announced as the next head coach of the University of Vermont Catamounts in a press conference last May, he had the full support of his players. The outside world was another story. Becker was a feelRead More
The America East Tournament is always a place where one can expect to find the good, the bad, and the ugly, usually in equal parts. Yesterday, though, the bad and the ugly took center stage, with the first game ofRead More
Lose-Lose: Catamounts top Terriers in a battle of contenders… Neither team looks championship caliber (but then again, who does in the AE?)
(Boston, MA) – In the good-enough-on-guts America East – where parity reins supreme and little separates the teams atop the conference (or those at the bottom for that matter) and on any given night anyone can beat anyone else –Read More
Playing for those who came before: Catamounts honor the late Trevor Gaines before the game and on the court.
(Burlington, VT) — Somewhere, Trevor Gaines was smiling. On a day when the University of Vermont retired the number of arguably the hardest-working player to ever don a Catamounts uniform, Vermont fought with heart and determination that would have madeRead More
HARTFORD, CT – “Kemba Walker is unbelievable.” During the postgame press conference after Vermont’s 89-73 loss to the University of Connecticut Huskies (2-0). Evan Fjeld briefly reflected on Walker’s performance. And Fjeld couldn’t be more accurate: Walker’s 37 minutes producedRead More