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Penn State Nittany Lions vs. Vermont Catamounts Recap

The Penn State Nittany Lions played against the Vermont Catamounts on January 31, 2015 in Philadelphia. Both teams were equally good but Vermont Catamounts won the match by scoring 4 straight goals to emerge victorious over their rival team the Penn State Nittany Lions who managed to score a measly 2 goals due to poor strategic play that evening. Vermont did not score in the first period but continued to take control of the game and Vermont star player Brady Shaw managed to score a goal for his team taking them into the lead over the Lions , they finally won the match .

USC Trojans vs. Vermont Catamounts Recap

The USC Trojans take on the Vermont Catamounts at the USC Trojan's court. Strahinja Gavrilovic was able to put up 15 points for his team, the USC Trojans, 9 of which were from free throws. His fellow teammate, Nikola Jovanovic, gave him much help as well by putting up 12 points and 10 rebounds. Katin Reinhardt was also able to add another 11 points for the USC Trojans. On the other side of things, Vermont Catamounts' very own Kurt Steidl was able to trample the USC Trojan's defense and put in 18 solid points, which for him was career high. Dre Wills of the Vermont Catamounts' seemed to have foot problems throughout the game.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Vermont Catamounts Recap

The number thirteen ranked Catamounts from the University of Vermont came to claw up the Irish of Notre Dame at the Compton Family Arena before 3,947 fans. The game was a scoreless tie in the first period as both teams struggled to find the back of the net. That changed for the hometown Irish as Jake Evans and Mario Lucia scored goals giving Notre Dame a 2-0 lead by the end of the second period. Vermont would answer back with a goal by Brady Shaw at 5:17 of the third period while Notre Dame Goalie Cal Peterson faced 17 shots on net.
It looked like the Irish would win with just a minute left in the game until Vermont's Colin Markison scored with forty one seconds left in the third. Overtime would not result in a winner. Vermont out shot Notre Dame by a margin of 44 to 28. With the tie Notre Dame goes 5-2-1 and Vermont 4-1-1 on the season.
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