Castine, Maine - Seven student athletes were named to the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Volleyball Championship All-Tournament Team at the conclusion of the event on Sunday, November 11th. Maine Maritime Academy Senior Sydney Adams (Trumbull, Conn.) earned MVP honors.
Indianapolis, Indiana - The NCAA Division III Men's & Women's Soccer and Women's Volleyball Committees revealed the brackets for their respective national tournaments on Monday, November 11th. The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Champions in all three sports received automatic qualification bids to each tournament.
Castine, Maine – Kelsea Anair (Richmond, Maine) scored in the 67th minute to lead Maine Maritime Academy women's soccer to their first-ever North Atlantic Conference (NAC) championship, with a 1-0 win over UMaine-Farmington on Sunday.
Castine, Maine - Top-seeded Maine Maritime Academy won their fourth-consecutive North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Volleyball Championship in Smith Gymasium. The Mariners bested SUNY Canton, 3-0, to claim the 2019 Conference Title.
Castine, Maine - Thomas College advanced to the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men's Soccer Championship game with a 2-1 win over SUNY Canton. The Terriers will play the winner of the second semifinal game between #1 Maine Maritime and #4 Husson. The sixth-seeded Roos end their season at 7-10-2 after advancing to the semifinal round with an upset win over #3 SUNY Delhi. #2 Thomas moves to 9-8-1 with the win.
CASTINE, Maine – Maine Maritime Academy volleyball cruised to a 3-0 (25-15, 25-15, 25-10) victory over SUNY Delhi on Saturday morning in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Semifinal match inside of Smith Gymnasium.
Castine, Maine - UMaine-Farmington prevailed in an overtime win against Husson in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Soccer championship tournament semifinal game at Ritchie Field on the campus of Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, Maine. The Beavers (9-9-1) advance to the championship game on Sunday, November 10 with the host Mariners. Husson's season comes to a close at 6-6-1.
CASTINE, Maine – Senior Eryn Doiron (Wilton, Maine) scored in the 51st minute, on a cross from freshman teammate Laura Blue (Brisbane, Australia) to lift Maine Maritime Academy women's soccer to a 1-0 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Semifinal victory on Friday night at Ritchie Field.
Maine Maritime Academy sophomore Rachel Melampy was selected as the 2019 North Atlantic Conference Women's Volleyball Player of the Year, while her teammate Sydney Adams was selected as the 2019 Senior Scholar Athlete. Northern Vermont University-Johnson first-year Porsche Johnson collected Rookie of the Year honors and her coach, Keven John, was chosen as the Coach of the Year. SUNY Canton Senior Jenna Roat was chosen as the Defensive Player of the Year.
UMaine-Farmington edged Husson for the top spot in the 2019-20 North Atlantic Conference preseason coaches poll. The Beavers collected four first-place votes and 58 points, while the Eagles collected three first-place votes and 56 points. Thomas College picked up the remaining first-place votes and totalled 48 points for third place in the poll.
Maine Maritime Academy head coach Billy Shannon and senior Matt Caron claimed their second-consecutive major North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men's Soccer post season awards, as Shannon repeated as Coach of the Year and Caron repeated as Player of the Year. UMaine-Farmington senior Andrew Longhurst was voted Defensive Player of the Year. Thomas College first-year forward Eric LaBrie earned Rookie of the Year, and UMaine-Presque Isle senior Chad Bartlett earned the title of 2019 Senior Scholar Athlete.
Four-time defending conference champions, Husson University was picked to win their fifth-consecutive title in the 2019-20 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Basketball Preseason Coaches Poll. The Eagles received six first-place votes for a total of 62 points. Last year's runner-up Maine Maritime Academy received the remaining two first-place votes and 58 points in a repeat prediction
SUNY Delhi first-year student athlete Aiden Berlinski claimed both the 2019 North Atlantic Conference Men's Cross Country Rookie of the Year and Runner of the Year awards. Husson runner Patrick Welch was chosen as the 2019 Senior Scholar Athlete, and Maine Maritime Academy head coach Ryan King was voted the Coach of the Year.
Senior Katie LeBlanc earned two major North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Cross Counry post season awards and is the 2019 Senior Scholar Athlete as well as the Runner of the Year. Sophie Stewart of SUNY Delhi earned Rookie of the Year honors, and her coach Robb Munro was voted as the Coach of the Year.
Maine Maritime Academy claimed four of the five major North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Soccer post season awards, including Player of the Year Eryn Doiron, Defensive Player of the Year Margot Simeon, Rookie of the Year Laura Blue, and Coach of the Year Seth Brown. Husson University's Allison Carey was selected as the Senior Scholar Athlete.
BANGOR, Maine - A defensive duel between the #4 Husson University Eagles and the #5 University of Maine-Farmington Beavers resulted in 110 minutes of men’s North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Quarterfinal soccer action on Boucher Field. The 0-0 deadlock came down to a decisive round of penalty kicks where junior Nikoloz Bulashvili stepped up to the challenge subbing in for a goalkeeper’s worst nightmare and coming out with the victory as he stopped the Beavers’ second penalty kick to secure a 5-3 advantage and help the Eagles advance to the semifinal round of the NAC Championship Tournament.
Oneonta, New York - The Broncos of SUNY Delhi exploded with five second-half goals to defeat SUNY Canton and advance to the semifinal round of the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Soccer Championship tournament, hosted by Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, Maine.
Sixth-seeded SUNY Canton won the first quarterfinal game of the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men's Soccer Championship tournament, 1-0, against #3 SUNY Delhi at SUNY Oneonta's Red Dragon Field on Sunday, November 3rd.
SUNY Delhi met the pre-championship coaches poll prediction and cruised to the 2019 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men's Cross Country Championship, led by first-year champion Aiden Berlinski, and with a team score of 25.
SUNY Delhi collected seven first-place votes and total of 78 points to lead the 2019 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men's Cross Country Pre-Championship Coaches Poll. Maine Maritime received one first-place vote and 73 total points for a close second-place prediction. Thomas claimed the remaining first-place vote and 65 points for third place.