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Men’s Track and Field: UConn finishes Day 1 on top

Men’s Track and Field: UConn finishes Day 1 on top

The UConn men’s track and field team is back in Storrs Friday to host UMass-Lowell and Vermont in the second day of the UConn Multi-Event Challenge. After one day, UConn sophomore, Ben Grosse sits in first place with a total of 2,096 points through four of the meet’s seven events. 

Men's Hockey: UConn splits weekend series with Vermont

Men's Hockey: UConn splits weekend series with Vermont

In their first game since their disastrous trip to Miami, Ohio, the Huskies looked like a different team during Friday’s game against Vermont. UConn put their first period woes behind them on an early goal by Max Kalter and received goals from four different players in their 5-1 victory.

Men's Hockey: Tale of second periods for Huskies in weekend split

Men's Hockey: Tale of second periods for Huskies in weekend split

The Huskies didn’t just fail to score, the power play attack was simply missing any potency. They frequently got too cute trying to thread the perfect pass and too easily turned over the puck, one of which led to a shorthanded breakaway for UVM that resulted in a penalty shot goal.

Men's Hockey: UConn, Vermont drop the puck for weekend series

Men's Hockey: UConn, Vermont drop the puck for weekend series

The UConn men’s hockey team hopes that a return to home-ice will help right a ship taking on water. The Huskies will welcome conference rival Vermont to the XL Center this weekend for a two-game series.

The Huskies (2-5-1) are fresh off a disastrous road trip in which they were outscored 10-1 by Miami over two games and have gone winless in their last five games.

Women's Hockey: Huskies fall to Hockey East foe

Women's Hockey: Huskies fall to Hockey East foe

UConn women’s hockey (1-2-0) made their home opener Saturday against Hockey East competitor Vermont (1-1-0). The Huskies scored early, but ultimately fell to Vermont 2-1.

The Huskies were off to a quick start, scoring just two minutes into the first period. Alternate Captain and 2016 leading scorer Leah Lum got credit for the goal, while Kayla Mee and Briana Colangelo recorded assists