Olympic medalist Meb Keflezighi will spend part of his first trip to Vermont running the five-person relay race at the annual People's United Bank Vermont City Marathon, RunVermont announced Monday. Keflezighi, who also won the New York City Marathon in 2009 and the Boston Marathon in 2014, will come to the Queen City for the marathon's 30th anniversary in late May.
Catamount guard Kianna Funderburk (5) dribbles the ball down the court during the women's basketball game between the Norwich Cadets and the Vermont Catamounts at Patrick Gym on Wednesday night November 15, 2017 in Burlington. (Photo: BRIAN JENKINS/for the FREE PRESS)
NASSAU, Bahamas - A trip to a beach resort in late November and championship hardware to squeeze into luggage on the return flight home. Vermont made out quite well during its weekend gateway in the Caribbean. Trae Bell-Haynes drained a floater in the lane with 2.7 seconds to go and the Catamounts roared to a 66-64 comeback victory over Northern Kentucky in the title game of the inaugural Islands of the Bahamas Showcase on Sunday night.
@UVMmbb@BahamasShowcase@bfp_news Becker on @TraeBall_5:
"The look in (Bell-Haynes') eyes — he’s not going to lose, he’s not gonna let the team lose. The kid delivered once again. We should take the time to enjoy this kid while we have him."
Spoke with @coachbeckeruvm and will update story shortly. Obviously, he was happy:
"One of the best wins I’ve been a part of. I'm just stunned at what these guys did. Just an incredible win. I’m so impressed and proud."
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