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Series facts from UVM Athletics:

This is the 138th meeting between the two schools. Vermont owns an 89-48 advantage in the all-time series that dates back to 1906. UVM is 7-3 against New Hampshire in the last five years and 17-4 versus the Wildcats in the last 10 seasons. The Catamounts are 32-16 against New Hampshire at Patrick Gymnasium and UVM has won 15 straight over the Wildcats on its home floor.

Hopefully, the team is really locked in now that it's February. Team needs to come out focused and not go through the motions, because UNH could totally beat them if they do that. Strike hard and fast- show no mercy.
 

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Nice steal by Elbaum on Orozco. Picked his pocket.

UVM leads 15-6
 

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I heard last game that someone had a nagging foot injury but I didn't hear who. Looks like it finally got bad enough. I hope he is healthy enough for the SB game.
 

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Can we fire Herrion mid-game? Glad he's adjusted his rotations!
 

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25-8 UVM leads
 
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