Vermont Hockey Showcased on the World Stage

Catamounts from near and far skate on to the Stanley Cup Final and Women’s World Championships
Ross Colton hoists the Stanley Cup Trophy overhead on the ice rink

In the untraditional times of COVID-19, Vermont’s hockey program found a silver lining in the summer of 2021, with coaching staffs watching, current and former Catamounts took to the world’s stage to face off in premier sporting events. For men’s hockey, the start of their summer success story begins back on one special day in February, when alumnus Dominique Ducharme ’95 was named Interim...

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Skyler Nash meets with state senate officials

Champion for Justice

Skyler Nash came to UVM in 2017 with his focus on basketball, determined to help the Catamounts pile up victories and develop his potential for a chance at a pro career. Hitting his first collegiate shot, a three-pointer against perennial power Kentucky at Rupp Arena, was an auspicious start on that road. But just nine games into the season, he would suffer a season-ending ACL injury.

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Coach Todd Woodcroft on the ice over the catamount logo

New Leadership at the Gut

For Todd Woodcroft, nothing about his first head coaching job has been “normal.” He went through the interview process remotely and, due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, he wasn’t able to set foot on campus for four months after being introduced as the new head coach of the Catamount men’s hockey team.

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