Tom Crews (Bangor, Maine) slammed three home runs and drove in nine runs, earning most valuable player honors and propelling Husson University to a 10-3 win over Penn State Berks in game two of the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Baseball Tournament hosted by Castleton State College.
Alex Green (Braintree, Vt.) scored five goals andhanded out an assist to lead top-seeded Castleton State College to an18-6 win over second-seeded Husson University in the North AtlanticConference (NAC) men's lacrosse championship at Spartan StadiumSaturday evening.
Harrisburg's John Dixon won his #1 singles match 6-0, 6-0 and paired with Evgeny Matigullin to win the #1 doubles match earning MVP honors as Harrisburg defeated Castleton 7-2 to claim the NAC Men's Tennis Championship.
Down 6-2 half-way through the first period, Husson found their composure and stormed back with 9 goals in a row to help the Eagles secure their second consecutive NAC East Division Women's Lacrosse Championship.
Kevin Eisenberg earned Tournament Most Valuable Player honors as Castleton State College dispatched Johnson State College 7-2 in the final of the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) East Division Men’s Tennis Championship Saturday afternoon.
In the third consecutive North Atlantic Conference Women's Championship to feature Husson University and Castleton, the 2011 edition went to the Eagles, as they took down the Spartans 67-53. It was a close game throughout, but Husson began to pull away midway through the second half.
The number two seeded Thomas College Terriers defeated the number four seeded Lyndon College Hornets 3-1 in the North Atlantic Conference Men's Soccer Championship. This is the first time that Thomas has won the Men's Soccer Title since joining the NAC in 2002. Tournament MVP Michael Hand (United Kingdom) scored two goals in the victory.
Hilary Cooke (Marlborough, Conn.) scored just three minutes and nine seconds into the contest, and the Castleton State College defense needed little else as the Spartans defeated Husson University 3-0 in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) women's soccer championship.
The Lady Mariner Volleyball team hosted the North Atlantic Conference championship match on Saturday afternoon at Margaret Smith Gymnasium. Maine Maritime defeated Husson 3-0 (25-18, 25-22, 31-29) to win their 4th straight NAC Tournament Championship and now advance to the DIII National Tournament.
Top seed St. Joseph’s College of Maine will meet fourth seed Castleton in the semifinal round of the North Atlantic Conference Field Hockey Championship on Wednesday, November 3. Second seed Husson will face third seed University of Maine at Farmington
Lyndon placed five runners in the top seven to win the NAC men's cross country title. The Farmington women edged Lyndon to capture the women's title. Earning the Women's Runner of the Year and the Rookie of the Year honors was Husson's Angela Stauble in a time of 19:03. Maine Maritime's Matt Methot was the men's medalist with a time of 26:14.
The Castleton State College women’s tennis team won its second-straight North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) East Division title, defeating Lyndon State College 8-1 in the final at Grand Slam Tennis Center.