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2002–03 Vermont Catamounts
Conference ECAC
Ranking
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Not ranked
USCHO.com/CBS College Sports Not ranked
2002–03 Record 3-25-2
Home Record 1-10 -1
Road Record 2-13-1
Head Coach Dennis Miller
Arena Gutterson Fieldhouse
Seasons
« [[{{{PrevSeason}}} Vermont Catamounts |{{{PrevSeason}}}]] [[{{{NextSeason}}} Vermont Catamounts|{{{NextSeason}}}]] »


The 2002-03 Vermont Catamounts season was their first season in the ECAC Division I. Led by head coach Dennis Miller, the Catamounts had 3 victories, compared to 25 defeats and 2 ties. Their conference record was 0 victories, 15 defeats and 1 tie.

Regular seasonEdit

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent Score Result
Oct. 10 at New Hampshire 4-0 L
Oct. 18 at Boston Coll. 3-2 W
Oct. 19 at Providence 6-0 L
Oct. 20 at Northeastern 3-0 L
Oct. 25 MAINE 4-1 L
Oct. 26 MAINE 4-0 L
Nov. 1 at Dartmouth* 7-0 L
Nov. 2 UNION 4-0 W
Nov. 8 HARVARD* 13-0 L
Nov. 9 BROWN* 3-0 L
Nov. 15 at Cornell* 1-1 T
Nov. 16 at Colgate* 5-0 L
Nov. 20 DARTMOUTH* 8-0 L
Dec. 28 at Niagara 4-0 L
Jan. 3 at Mercyhurst 5-0 L
Jan. 4 at Mercyhurst 6-1 L
Jan. 6 at North Dakota 8-2 L
Jan. 7 at North Dakota 2-1 W
Jan. 24 WAYNE STATE 2-0 L
Jan. 24 WAYNE STATE 3-3 T
Jan. 31 PRINCETON* 4-0 L
Feb. 1 YALE* 3-0 L
Feb. 7 at Brown* 4-1 L
Feb. 8 at Harvard* 9-1 L
Feb. 15 COLGATE* 3-0 L
Feb. 16 CORNELL* 4-2 L
Feb. 22 ST. LAWRENCE* 11-0 L
Feb. 23 ST. LAWRENCE* 7-0 L
Mar. 1 at Yale* 1-0 L
Mar. 2 at Princeton* 5-0 L
[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. University of Vermont Catamounts, Women's Hockey Record Book. University of Vermont. Retrieved on 20 July 2010.


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