2009-10 Husson University Athletics' General News

  • Shelby Bradford Nominated by NAC for NCAA Woman of the Year
    July 26, 2010
    Shelby Bradford Nominated by NAC for NCAA Woman of the Year The North Atlantic Conference is pleased to announce Shelby Bradford of Husson University as its nominee for the NCAA Woman of Year. The NCAA Woman of the Year Award honors graduating student-athletes who have distinguished themselves throughout their collegiate careers in the areas of academic achievement, athletics excellence, service and leadership.
  • Mattoon Steps Down as Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach
    July 14, 2010
    Mattoon Steps Down as Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach After guiding the Husson University men’s lacrosse team for two years, Jeremy Mattoon has announced he will become the head coach at Hood College. Mattoon built Husson’s lacrosse program from the ground up, coaching the team since it began in 2008.
  • Four Eagles Named to NABC Honors Court
    July 12, 2010
    Four Eagles Named to NABC Honors Court Four Husson University men's basketball players were honored by the National Association of Basketball Coaches Association (NABC) with selection to the Honors Court. Brock Bradford, Brad Libby, Matt MacKenzie, and Jay Uhrin were recognized for excelling in academics and athletics during the 2009-10 season.
  • Bradford Honored as Role Model by NCAA and Sporting Geography
    June 14, 2010
    Bradford Honored as Role Model by NCAA and Sporting Geography Brock Bradford (Sr., Kenduskeag, ME) was selected by the NCAA to serve as Sporting Geography’s student-athlete role model for Division III basketball. As a student-ahtlete who excelled in the classroom and on the basketball court, and whom was engaged in community service throughout his four years at Husson, Bradford is the epitome of a scholar-athlete.
  • Kane Honored as Valedictorian
    June 09, 2010
    Kane Honored as Valedictorian Joseph Kane was honored as the valedictorian for the class of 2010. Kane was a two sport athlete, playing on the men’s basketball team for four years and men’s soccer for one year. Graduating with a 3.981 GPA, Kane earned an undergraduate degree in accounting and a masters degree in business. During his time at Husson, Kane was an exceptional scholar athlete and leader for the Eagles.
  • Husson Launches “Through the Eagle Eye” in Partnership With NESCom
    May 27, 2010
    Husson Launches “Through the Eagle Eye” in Partnership With NESCom The Husson University Athletic Department is pleased to introduce “Through The Eagle Eye,” an ongoing series of highlight videos created by New England School of Communications (NESCom) students. The video releases were created by NESCom students and highlight Husson’s spring sports and athletic department.
  • Bradford Named to  CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team
    May 24, 2010
    Bradford Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team Shelby Bradford (Sr., Lee, ME) has been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District First Team for her academic and athletic prowess as a women’s lacrosse player. The award marks Bradford’s third Academic All-District honor in two years. As a three sport athlete and recent Husson graduate, Bradford is the epitome of a scholar-athlete.
  • Eagles Soar in 2009-10
    May 19, 2010
    Eagles Soar in 2009-10 During the 2009-10 athletic seasons, the Husson University Eagles won eight North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Championships and sent seven teams to the NCAA Tournament, achieving one of the winningest years in Husson's history. With the addition of women's cross country, Husson's thriving athletic department grew to sponsor fourteen varsity sports. Husson's student-athletes and coaches received numerous accolades including two ESPN Academic All-America selections, five NAC Player of the Year honors, two NAC Coach of the Year awards, NAC Team Sportsmanship honor, and the class of 2010 valedictorian.
  • Eagles Downed in ECAC Tournament
    May 16, 2010
    Eagles Downed in ECAC Tournament The Husson University Eagles lost a 20-5 ECAC semifinal game to Mount Holyoke at Plymouth State University. With the loss, the Eagles end their season with an 11-3-1 record and North Atlantic Conference East Division championship title.
  • Eagles No Match for Polar Bears
    May 14, 2010
    Eagles No Match for Polar Bears WELLESLEY, Mass. -- The Husson University Eagles ended their NCAA Regional Tournament run with a 14-2 loss to the Bowdoin College Polar Bears at Wellesley College. This season Husson claimed their second consecutive North Atlantic Conference championship and trip to the NCAA Regional Tournament. The Eagles end their season at 28-15.
  • Husson Downed by Easten Connecticut State in NCAA Regional
    May 13, 2010
    Husson Downed by Easten Connecticut State in NCAA Regional WELLESLEY, Mass. -- Eastern Connecticut State, seeded #1 in the NCAA Softball Regional at Wellesley College, used dominant pitching and timely hitting to down #8 Husson University, 8-0, in five innings Thursday morning in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Husson (28-14) will play in game #5 on Friday at 10am.
  • Watch Husson vs. Eastern Connecticut State in NCAA Tournament
    May 13, 2010
    Watch Husson vs. Eastern Connecticut State in NCAA Tournament The Husson University Eagles will take on the Eastern Connecticut State Warriors at 10:00 AM today at the NCAA Regional Tournament. The Ealgles won their second consecutive North Atlantic Tournament to earn the automatic qualifier to the NCAA tournament hosted by Wellesley College. To watch live streaming video of the game, please click on the link below.
  • Sandini Stymies Husson
    May 12, 2010
    Sandini Stymies Husson BROOKLINE, Mass. – The Husson University Eagles ended their season with a 5-0 loss to Wentworth Institute of Technology in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) tournament. Senior Chris Sandini (Upton, Mass.) hurled a complete game, two-hit shutout and fanned a school record-tying 15 batters for the Wentworth win in a game played at Northeastern University’s Friedman Diamond.
  • Eagles Miss NCAA Golf Tournament Cut
    May 12, 2010
    Eagles Miss NCAA Golf Tournament Cut Hershey, PA - The Husson University Eagles wrapped up their NCAA Tournament competition at the Hershey Links golf course after missing the cut in today's second round. Husson finished the NCAA tournament with a team score of 647. With their fourth consecutive NCAA tournament appearance and North Atlantic Conference championship, the 2009-10 season was a successful one for the Eagles.
  • Tweet With the Eagles
    May 11, 2010
    Tweet With the Eagles The Husson University Eagles have launched a Twitter account. You can now get instant updates on Husson's 14 sports by following @HussonEagles on Twitter. Stay tuned for upcoming postseason play when golf and softball compete in the NCAA tournament, and women's lacrosse and baseball play in the ECAC championships.
  • Eagles Play First Round In NCAA Tournament
    May 11, 2010
    Eagles Play First Round In NCAA Tournament Hershey, PA - Husson University men’s golf finished today’s NCAA Championship first round at the Hershey Country Club in 33rd place. The Eagles finished with a team score of 339 and look to improve in tomorrow’s second round. Tee time for tomorrow is set for 11:00 AM at the Hershey Links.
  • Eagles to Compete in ECAC Tournament
    May 10, 2010
    Eagles to Compete in ECAC Tournament Husson University men’s baseball received a bid for the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) tournament and will compete against Wentworth on Wednesday, May 12. The sixth seed Eagles will travel to third seed Wentworth for a 3:30 game.
  • Husson Heads to Wellesley for NCAA Regionals
    May 10, 2010
    Husson Heads to Wellesley for NCAA Regionals The Husson University softball team will travel to Wellesley, Massachusetts to compete in the NCAA Regional Tournament against Eastern Connecticut State University. As the eighth seed, Husson will compete against first seed Eastern Connecticut on Thursday, May 13 at 10:00 AM.
  • Eagles Earn ECAC Bid
    May 10, 2010
    Eagles Earn ECAC Bid The Husson University women’s lacrosse team will compete in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) tournament on Saturday, May 15, against first seed Mount Holyoke College. The Eagles received the fourth seed and will travel to host Plymouth State for a 3:00 PM semifinal game.
  • Husson Launches “Through the Eagle Eye” in Partnership With NESCom
    May 07, 2010
    Husson Launches “Through the Eagle Eye” in Partnership With NESCom The Husson University Athletic Department is pleased to introduce “Through The Eagle Eye,” an ongoing series of highlight videos created by New England School of Communications (NESCom) students. The first video released highlights Husson’s spring sports and was created by Jason Audette. Audette is a junior majoring in communications sciences with a concentration in television production.
  • Fried Named NACWAA Administrator of Tomorrow
    May 06, 2010
    Fried Named NACWAA Administrator of Tomorrow The National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators has named Director of Sports Information JenFried as the 2010 Administrator of Tomorrow for NCAA Division III. The award is presented to individuals who aspire to careers in intercollegiate athletics and recognizes involvement and/or leadership roles on campus, conference offices and in the community.
  • Two Eagles Named to NAC All-Conference Teams
    May 06, 2010
    Two Eagles Named to NAC All-Conference Teams Bangor, ME—Two Husson University men’s lacrosse student-athletes were honored with North Atlantic Conference (NAC) All-Conference Team selections today. Matt Tabler (Fy., Catonsville, MD) was named to the NAC All-Conference First Team while Ben Landry (So., Lewiston, ME) was named to the All-Conference Second Team.
  • Guerette Honored as NAC East Player of the Year
    May 05, 2010
    Guerette Honored as NAC East Player of the Year Junior shortstop Ethan Guerette (Wales, ME) was honored as the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NAC) East Division Baseball Player of the Year in a vote by the division’s coaches. Also selected to the NAC East All-Conference team was pitcher, Ryan Arsenault (Jr., Portland, ME).
  • Landry Leads Nation in Scoring for Third Consecutive Week; Named NAC Player of the Week
    May 05, 2010
    Landry Leads Nation in Scoring for Third Consecutive Week; Named NAC Player of the Week Husson's Ben Landry remains the NCAA Division III men's lacrosse scoring leader for goals per game with 4.59. Landry was named the NAC player of the week, contributing six goals and six ground balls in Husson's 12-7 win over Johnson State. He leads the Eagles with 78 goals and 16 assists on the season.
  • Eagles Downed by Spartans
    May 05, 2010
    Eagles Downed by Spartans Castleton, VT - Castleton State College placed 10 different players in the scoring column en route to a 17-5 win over Husson University in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) men’s lacrosse semifinal win.
  • Cassie Berry Named NAC Tournament MVP and Player of the Week
    May 05, 2010
    Cassie Berry Named NAC Tournament MVP and Player of the Week Cassie Berry led the Eagles to their second consecutive North Atlantic Conference Championship and was named the tournament's most valuable player. In five games, Berry hit .555, scored 7 runs, 7 rbi's, 2 doubles and 3 homeruns. Berry is currently hitting .331 and will lead the Eagles to the NCAA regional tournament.
  • Bradford Named North Atlantic Conference Lacrosse Player of the Week
    May 05, 2010
    Bradford Named North Atlantic Conference Lacrosse Player of the Week Husson's Shelby Bradford scored 2 goals and one assist while collecting three goundballs in the Eagles 16-15 loss to Keuka College in the NAC championship. On the season, Bradford recorded 42 goals, 25 assists and 89 ground balls. Bradford is currently ranked second in the NCAA Division III in ground balls and fourth in draw controls.
  • Eagles Chase Championships
    May 04, 2010
    Eagles Chase Championships With all four of Husson’s spring sports competing in their conference championships and men’s golf and softball heading to the NCAA National tournaments, the Eagles have enjoyed a successful spring season.
  • Husson Advances to Championship Round of NEAC East Tournament
    May 02, 2010
    Husson Advances to Championship Round of NEAC East Tournament Castleton, VT - Cody Haverly-Johndro (Newport, ME) knocked in the eventual game-winning run with an RBI single to right field propelling Husson University to the championship round of the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) East Division Tournament defeating Thomas College, 16-12, in 10 innings on Saturday evening.
  • Eagles Drop Tough Loss
    May 02, 2010
    Eagles Drop Tough Loss Castleton, VT - Husson University lost to Castleton in the bottom of the eleventh inning when Ted Mills (Stockbridge, VT) knocked home the game-winning run to walk off with the North Eastern Athletic (NEAC) East Division Championship 6-5 on Sunday afternoon.
  • Eagles Win Game Three of NEAC East Tournament
    May 01, 2010
    Eagles Win Game Three of NEAC East Tournament Castleton, VT - Ryan Arsenault (Portland, ME) pitched five scoreless innings yielding just two hits in game three of the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) East Division Tournament to lead Husson University over Lyndon St. College, 9-3, on Saturday morning. The Eagles improve to 22-19 overall on the season and play Thomas College at 4:00 p.m.
  • Husson Heads to Semifinals With Win Over Johnson State
    May 01, 2010
    Husson Heads to Semifinals With Win Over Johnson State The Husson University Eagles defeated Johnson State 11-7 in the first round of the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) men’s lacrosse tournament. Husson’s Ben Landry (So., Lewiston, ME) scored 6 goals in the win. With the loss, the Badgers end their season with a 4-8 record (4-6 NAC). Husson improves to 10-7 (7-2 NAC) and will face the winner of a contest between Castleton in the semifinals and Thomas on May 5.
  • Eagles Earn NAC Title; Sargent Hurls No Hitter
    May 01, 2010
    Eagles Earn NAC Title; Sargent Hurls No Hitter Bangor, ME - The Husson University Eagles claimed their second consecutive North Atlantic Conference (NAC) softball championship with a no-hitter by Nicole Sargent, defeating Maine Maritime 5-0. With the win, Eagles improve to 28-13 (14-0 NAC) while the Mariners fall to 22-7 (11-3 NAC). As the NAC champion, the Eagles will advance to the NCAA tournament.
  • Storm Edge Eagles, Capture NAC Title
    May 01, 2010
    Storm Edge Eagles, Capture NAC Title May 1st, 2010 – (Poultney, VT) – The Keuka Storm opened a big early lead and held off a furious second-half charge by Husson University to claim the North Atlantic Conference women’s lacrosse championship 16-15 at Green Mountain College.
  • Thomas Downs Husson
    April 30, 2010
    Thomas Downs Husson Castleton, VT – Tom Desjardins (Fort Kent, ME) went 3-for-6 with two runs scored and three RBI to pace a Thomas offense that pounded out 19 hits in a 15-3 win over Husson University in game two of the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) East Division Tournament on Friday evening.
  • Eagles Cruise to Championship Game
    April 30, 2010
    Eagles Cruise to Championship Game Husson University claimed a 7-3 win over Maine Maritime Academy to advance to the Championship round of the North Atlantic Conference tournament. With the win, the Eagles improve to 27-13 while the Mariners fall to 22-5. Maine Maritime will face U. Maine at Farmington on Saturday, May 1 at Husson's O'Keefe Field. The winner of that contest will play against Husson at 2:00 when Husson defends their 2009 NAC championship.
  • Eagles Soar by Terriers in Game 1 of NAC Softball Championship
    April 30, 2010
    Eagles Soar by Terriers in Game 1 of NAC Softball Championship Bangor, ME- The Husson University Eagles were able to take the first game of the NAC Women’s Softball Championship round against the Thomas College Terriers by a score of 8-1. Husson got on the board first with a barrage of runs in the bottom half of the second inning with an RBI single by catcher Sarah Risser (So., Brewer, ME). Following her with another RBI single was Dorothy Cameron (Jr., South Plainfield, NJ), and a double to left field by Lona Sargent (Fy., Sullivan ME).
  • Landry Remains NCAA’s Leading Goal Scorer
    April 29, 2010
    Landry Remains NCAA’s Leading Goal Scorer For the second consecutive week, Ben Landry (So., Lewiston, ME) has outscored all other Division III men’s lacrosse players, to lead the nation in goals per game. Landry is averaging 4.5 goals per game, amassing 72 goals on the season and Landry is also ranked second in the NCAA in points per game. The NCAA’s second leading scorer, Griffin Meehan, trails Landry by a staggering 24 goals. Landry will lead the Eagles when they host the North Atlantic Quarterfinals on Saturday, May 1 at Boucher Field. The Eagles will face Johnson State at 1:00.
  • Cameron Named NAC Player of the Year; Mortensen Named Rookie of the Year
    April 29, 2010
    Cameron Named NAC Player of the Year; Mortensen Named Rookie of the Year Bangor, ME- Sophomore outfielder Dorothy Cameron (Jr., South Plainfield, NJ) of Husson University was selected as the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Softball Player of the Year and Aimee Mortensen (Fy., Biddeford, ME) was selected as the NAC Rookie of the Year in a vote by the conference coaches.
  • Eagles Lead NCAA in Scoring Defense, Ground Balls
    April 29, 2010
    Eagles Lead NCAA in Scoring Defense, Ground Balls The Husson University women’s lacrosse team leads all NCAA Division III schools in scoring defense and ground balls for the second consecutive week. The Eagles are also ranked second in the NCAA in scoring margin. Senior Shelby Bradford (Lee, Maine) is the national leader among all Division III lacrosse players in ground balls followed by Caitlyn Butterfield (Jr., Gorham, ME) who is ranked fourth nationally.
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