Senior defenseman Ori Abramson has decided not to play for the University of Vermont men’s hockey team this season, UVM head coach Kevin Sneddon has confirmed. Abramson, who is expected to receive his degree from UVM in December, had obtained a medical waiver for a sixth season of eligibility from the NCAA after last season. Abramson briefly attended Providence College before illness early in his freshman year sidelined him for two years. Upon regaining his health, he switched to Vermont.
SOUTH BURLINGTON - The latest renewal of the Burlington-Rice Memorial football rivalry ended with a nice dash of drama Saturday, a little too much so for the victorious Seahorses and too little for the valiant Green Knights. Through three quarters, BHS had built a solid and, so it appeared, commanding 19-0 lead. A dozen minutes later, Rice simply ran out of time in the 19-14 Burlington victory between two old foes once again meeting at the Division 1 level.
A 16-year-old Australian via Canada has announced his commitment to the University of Vermont men’s hockey team. Zach Okabe of Okotoks, Alberta, Canada, wrote on his Twitter account (@zachokabe), “Proud and honored to announce my commitment to play college hockey at @UVMmhockey.”A 5-foot-8, 165-pound wing, Okabe was born in Australia where his parents, Bob and Mare Okabe, helped found the Penrith Phantoms Atoms in Penrith City, New South Wales, according to the Penrith City Gazette.
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Selecting a term
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