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UConn Sports Roundup October 18th

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Aug 27, 2011
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Men's Soccer:
The 13-0-1 and #1 ranked men's soccer team will head to Morgantown tonight to face #23 West Virginia. Kick-off is 7:00 PM. The Mountaineers are tied for third in the Big East Blue Division, and are 3-2-0 in Big East play (7-5-1 overall). that game will be on WHUS and is also available via the WVU website here. After they face the Mountaineers, the Huskies will host Georgetown and Marquette, before heading to Seton Hall to wrap up the season.

Men's Ice Hockey: The 1-1-1 Huskies will head to Nashua, New Hampshire tonight, where they will take on the UMass-Lowell Riverhawks at 7:00 PM. The Riverhaws are 2-0, thanks to two wins over Minnesota State. The Huskies, meanwhile, are fresh off a 5-0 shutout of Army. Garrett Bartus earned Atlantic Hockey Goalkeeper of the Week for his performance in this contest, in which he made 47 saves. The Huskies' next game following that is on Saturday at Merrimack. Puck drops at 7:00 PM.

Women's Lacrosse: The 2012 Schedule was officially released today. You can view it here. I already posted on the schedule when games appeared on Super scoreboard. The original post is here. However, coach Katie Woods has also added a game at Binghamton on Saturday, March 3rd at 12:00 PM. Opening Day is February 18th vs. Iona at 1:00 PM. The Huskies will host Big East runner-up Notre Dame on April 14th at noon, although I don't know where that game is being played because the "Dog Fight" track meet is also at Sherman on the same day, All Day. Stay tuned for more information on this when it becomes available.

Women's Volleyball: Mattison Quayle was named Big East Player of the Week thanks to her great week. She had two games, and recorded 20 kills in each game. The Huskies went 2-0 over that stretch.

Men's and Women's Tennis: Both teams will be at a meet at Quinnipiac today, starting at 2:00 PM. The men's team is 2-0 in head-to-head meets, having beaten Hartford and Siena. The women's team, meanwhile is 0-1 thanks to a loss to UMass.
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