Erin Cofiell, Local 22 & Local 44

Erin Cofiell

Local 22 & Local 44

Burlington, VT, United States

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Past articles by Erin:

Darin' Erin: Ski Bikes

Sports Director Erin Cofiell visits Killington Resort to learn more about their newest feature -- ski bikes! → Read More

Darin' Erin: Blood Drive!

Darin' Erin challenged all of you -- and you delivered! Despite the storm, many people made their way to the Local 22/44 Studio's in Colchester to participate in the Darin' Erin Blood Drive. → Read More

Without Coach Day, UVM Women's Hoops beats UMass-Lowell in Conference Opener

Playing without their head coach, Vermont Women's Basketball beats UMass-Lowell 63-55 in their America East Opener. Head Coach Chris Day missed the game after breaking his ankle and needing surgery. Assistant Alisa Krege handled head coaching duties in his absence. → Read More

Darin' Erin: Vermont Ninja Warrior

Ahead of this weekends Vermont Ninja Warrior Competition, Sports Director Erin Cofiell visited the Vermont Ninja Warrior Training Center in Essex Junction to give a few of the obstacles a try. → Read More

Darin' Erin: Chuck Norris Sandwich at Handy's Lunch

Sports Director Erin Cofiell visits Handy's Lunch to try the Chuck Norris Sandwich. She and UVM Hockey player Anthony Petruzzelli go head to head and see who's able to finish it first. → Read More

Henson sits out as UVM Hoops beats Quinnipiac in final game of 2017

UVM Men's basketball beat Quinnipiac 80-73 in their final game of 2017. Peyton Henson missed the game after hurting his hip during practice. Head Coach John Becker tells Sports Director Erin Cofiell that it's not anything to worry about longterm. → Read More

UVM Men's Hoops grades performance to date, Nash officially done for season

With only one game remaining on the fall portion of their 2017-2018 schedule, Vermont Men's Basketball is 7-5 through 12 games played. While the players, now done with classes for the fall, await their grades in the classroom we decided to ask for their take on a letter grade evalutation of their performance to date. → Read More

UVM Men's Hoops leaves for Rochester, Lamb makes hometown dining suggestion

Vermont Men's Basketball left Friday afternoon for Rochester, New York. They'll play St. Bonaventure at Blue Cross Arena Saturday afternoon at 4 p.m. Sophomore Guard Anthony Lamb grew up in Rochester and when asked his dining suggestions for the team while in town, he suggested a Rochester staple, Garbage Plates. → Read More

UVM's road trip is a trip home for Anthony Lamb, Freshman Skyler Nash gets MRI

When Vermont Men's Basketball plays St. Bonaventure in Rochester, NY this weekend, I'll be a homecoming of sorts for Sophomore Guard Anthony Lamb. Lamb is looking forward to playing on front of a large contingency of family and friends. → Read More

Smith Shines for UVM Hoops, Cats to Honor Coach Brennan

Stef Smith scores 20 against Marquette, Cats to renamed the court in Patrick Gym for former head coach. → Read More

Patriots Raffle to win SB LI Championship ring ends Sunday

The New England Patriots are raffling off a Super Bowl LI Championship ring to one lucky fan. Tickets are 1 for $10, 3 for $25, 15 for $100 or 100 for $500. The raffle closes Sunday, December 10th at Midnight, with the drawing being held on the following Monday, December 11th. All proceeds benefit the New England Patriots Foundation. For more information, and to enter, click here. → Read More

Darin' Erin Blood Drive: Erin's daring YOU to help save lives

During the holiday season, we so often give food and toys to those in need, but what about blood? → Read More

UVM Hoops links arms during National Anthem, routs Maine-Fort Kent 90-54

Vermont Men's Basketball linked elbows during the National Anthem prior to their home opener against Maine-Fort Kent. The athletes have said that they were bothered by the way the crowd reacted when St. Michael's Men's Basketball kneeled during their exhibition game earlier this month. → Read More

UVM Men's Basketball planning to make statement during National Anthem Wednesday Night

While he wouldn't share what the team is planning to do, Vermont Men's Basketball Senior Trae Bell-Haynes says the team is planning to do something during the National Anthem ahead of their home-opener on Wednesday night vs. Maine Fort-Kent. → Read More

Vermont Hockey, Lacrosse participating in Movember campaigns

Vermont Men's Hockey and Lacrosse teams are both raising money for and awareness of men's heath issues through Movember campaigns. → Read More

Darin' Erin: Freestyle Wrestling

Sports Director Erin Cofiell's with Erin Clodgo, a Richmond, VT native who's on the US Women's Senior National Wrestling team. A three-time US Open Champion, Clodgo went to Mt. Mansfield Union High for her first two years of high school before visiting a training camp that would change her path. → Read More

Duncan Brothers look forward to playing together at UVM

Current UVM Men's Basketball players Ernie and Everett Duncan will be joined by their younger brother Robin on the court next fall. The brothers, who are are from Indiana, were able to spend some time together during the teams recent trip to Kentucky, sharing their excitement for the opportunity. → Read More

Division II Title Game Recap: Fair Haven beats Bellows Falls, secures first state title since 2011

For the first time since 2011, Fair Haven is the Division II State Champion in Vermont High School football. The Slaters took control of the title game early, never letting up in their 46-20 win over defending champ Bellows Falls. → Read More

Division I Title Game recap: St. J Football beats Hartford, wins first State Title since 1994

There were plenty of storylines in this years Division I State Championship football game, that St. Johnsbury won, 33-32 over defending champion Hartford. Sports Director Erin Cofiell shares a few of the many. → Read More

UVM Hoops drops close one at Kentucky, Calapari praises Catamounts

Vermont men's basketball lost their season opener at #5 Kentucky 73-69. After the game, Kentucky Head Coach John Calapari reflected on how talented he thinks the Catamounts are, while UVM Head Coach John Becker shares the teams frustration at coming so close, yet again, to beating a Top-10 team. → Read More