■ Guard Robinson Vilmont ’17 had 23 points in the Judges’ overtime loss at the University of Rochester.
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■ Center Olivia Shaw ’18 had 16 points and seven rebounds in the squad’s victory over the University of Rochester.
The No. 25 women’s tennis team started its spring season on Saturday afternoon, falling to Bryant University by a score of 6-1.
Foilists Annie Kim ’16 went 2-1 to earn the victory.
The United States Men’s National Soccer Team defeated Panama 2-0 Sunday afternoon to stop a five-game skid.
Kristi Pisarik ’15 won the one-mile run in a time of 5:19.79.
Last week’s action in the Barclays Premier League did not feature a game from the squad currently at the top of the table but still provided entertainment for soccer fans. Swansea, Manchester United, Newcastle, Stoke, West Brom and Crystal Palace were weekend winners, with West Brom in particular pulling off an impressive victory against the surprising Southampton squad.
■ The competition from the club’s first year included visits to Harvard University and Vassar College.
■ Mohamed Sidique ’15 finished second in the men’s triple jump to score his third UAA medal of his career.
■ Forward Jordan Cooper ’18 scored 18 points in the Judges’ defeat to New York University 90-75.
■ The squad earned an invivation to the Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament on Monday for the second straight season.
The women’s softball team defeated Grace College 3-2 in Clermont, Fla., on Saturday, continuing a strong start to the season for the team.
The women’s basketball team saw four players named to the All-University Athletic Association teams last week while the men’s squad saw its offensive leader named co-UAA Rookie of the Year.
■ Ashley Piccirillo-Horan ’17 placed second in the women’s 1,000-meter race in the ECAC Championship.
■ Guard Hannah Cain ’15 was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament’s Most Outstanding Player on Sunday afternoon.
Noah Berman ’15, Adam Mandel ’15 and Ashley Jean ’17 all reached the final pool of the NCAA Regional.
The University of Kentucky men’s basketball team defeated Florida University on Saturday 67-50 to finish their regular season undefeated and move to 31-0. This marks the second time in program history that the team has gone undefeated in the regular season—after the Wildcats won every game in their 1953 to ’54 campaign—and the first time that a team from a major conference finished the regular season undefeated since the 1975 to ’76 Indiana Hoosiers. The win on Saturday capped a dominant campaign for the Wildcats that included intense scrutiny from the first game of the season, when they defeated Grand Canyon University by 40 points. From speculation about the NBA potential of the team’s star forwards Karl-Anthony Towns and Willie Cauley-Stein to comparisons to all-time great college basketball programs, the Wildcats overcame the pressure of consistent astronomical expectations to finish the season undefeated. The Wildcats steamrolled through the rest of the first half of their schedule by beating fifth-ranked University of Kansas by 32, Montana State University by 58 and sixth-ranked University of Texas at Austin by 12.
This weekend, Premier League team Everton F.C. hosted Newcastle F.C. for a very important game for both teams.
■ Michael Arguello ’17 won a singles victory on the No. 2 court against Stevens Institute of Technology 6-2,6-2.
Forward Jordan Cooper ’18 was named the D3hoops.com All-Northeast Rookie of the Year yesterday, two weeks after being named University Athletic Association Co-Rookie of the Year.The D3hoops.com All-Region teams are named from 711 nominated players nationwide, according to the website, made up of the nominations of various sports information directors across the country. Cooper started in 21 of the Judges’ 25 games this season and made appearances in the other four.