Comments for: UMaine coach Lewis is a candidate for Vt. women’s hockey job

Posted April 13, 2012, at 6:37 p.m.
Last modified April 13, 2012, at 8:21 p.m.

Maria Lewis, who was named the Hockey East co-Coach of the Year this past season after leading the University of Maine women’s ice hockey team to a school-record 11 Hockey East wins and a school record-tying 17 overall victories, is a candidate for the job at the University of Vermont. …

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  • Anonymous

    45k? Might as well not have a D1 program if you are going to pay a salary like that…

    • Anonymous

      Holy Crap, Vt’s assitants make more than the head coach of Maine!!!
      Abbott needs to address this one ASAP!!!

      • Anonymous

        i think the majority of the head coaches in the league make more money than the entire maine staff put together.  it’s embarrassing.

  • Anonymous

    Time to wakeup and put some Money into the program…especially when it comes to paying for a Coach and keeping the players with the best equipment to play…pretty second rate…and sad to boot. I can say that I donated money last few years to the Womens Program and got a Hand Written note Thanking me for the money…but donate money to the mens side and do you think TW does that,not a chance….thats why I never donate anymore to the mens side…

  • Anonymous

    take away Mr. March’s (Woodward) extension money that Abbott ok’d, and put it to good use. 

    It’s called ROI, but I don’t think UMO knows what that stands for.  

  • Anonymous

    Maybe Whitehead will take the women’s job.

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