• Petitioning University of Vermont

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University of Vermont

Bring back Division 1 Baseball

    1. Petition by

      Friends of UVM Baseball

Baseball has a long and rich tradition at UVM, going back to its first season in 1888. Its a sport most young men in Vermont play as they are growing up. Baseball is a sport played in virtually every high school in Vermont and over the years, each team has had a good representation of Vermonters on its roster. The Baseball program was the most winning program in school history and all young boys growing up with a desire to play for their State University deserve that chance!

To:
University of Vermont
Bring back Division 1 Baseball for the reasons stated below.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Buster Graham WINOOSKI, VT
      • about 1 hour ago

      Played Div III ball in Vermont. Many UVM baseball friends back in the day. Would love to see games at Centennial Again.

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    • Sean Flinn BARRE, VT
      • 11 days ago

      Vermont youth need the opportunity to play in state for a state university

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    • ANGELA BUTTURA ESSEX JCT, VT
      • 11 days ago

      For a chance for Vermonters to make a Division 1 team.

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    • Emily Sorrentine SEEKONK, MA
      • 11 days ago

      My first interview out of college I asked why I was chosen as a candidate, they said because I was a division 1 athlete! Athletes know how to work hard.. Show up on time. They learn skills normal college students can't get from a classroom.

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    • Whitney Borisenok BALLSTON SPA, NY
      • 11 days ago

      I dedicated 4 years of my life to the University of Vermont as well as it's athletic department as a member of the softball team. Two years later, they cut the program that made me who I am today. Bring back Vermont Baseball.

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