College Hockey:
UVM’s Richardson Leaves School

— In the second piece of bad news to strike Vermont hockey this week, the Burlington (Vt.) Free Press reported yesterday that Vermont sophomore Don Richardson has left the team and withdrawn from the university.

Richardson said that he did not feel the school and the team were the “right fit” for him.

Richardson had not played in a game this season due to a shoulder separation. As a freshman, the 5-foot-5-inch forward from Holbrook, N.Y., had seven goals and eight assists while playing in every Catamount game.

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