BANGOR — Husson University’s women’s soccer team could be peaking at the right time. Senior striker Michelle Manning collected her first collegiate hat trick and junior striker Alex Laniewski scored an important goal with 1:20 remaining in the first half as Husson blanked Thomas College of… Read More
    Husson University swimming opens the 2010-11 season Saturday at the Blue Jay Pentathlon hosted by St. Joseph’s (Conn.) College. The Eagles will race under interim head coach Bruce Babin, appointed recently following the resignation of Jeff Wren, who had coached the team for two years. Read More
    BANGOR — Second-year Husson University football coach Niles Nelson knew this season was going to be challenging. His team was going to be inexperienced in both lines and there wasn’t much depth. In addition, Husson’s first three games were against top-notch Division III opponents… Read More
    PHILADELPHIA — The new Michael Vick makes big plays with his arm instead of his legs. Vick’s evolution as quarterback is summed up perfectly by the way he operated a hurry-up offense in Philadelphia’s 28-3 win at Jacksonville on Sunday. He’s no longer a run-first guy… Read More
    PRESQUE ISLE — With the season at the halfway point for the Presque Isle girls soccer team, now is the time for the Wildcats to make their move. Saturday’s 3-1 Class B victory over a tough Ellsworth squad may be a start for coach Ralph Michaud’s… Read More
    Saturday was a tough one for Maine Division III college football teams as Colby, Bowdoin, Bates, Husson University and Maine Maritime Academy were all beaten. Trinity defeated Colby of Waterville 33-6, Williams beat Bowdoin of Brunswick 33-15, Amherst stopped Bates of Lewiston 44-0, Maritime (N.Y.) rallied… Read More
    BANGOR – If you look at the score, 34-6, you would assume that the Bangor High School Rams cruised past Messalonskee High School of Oakland Friday night. But scores can be misleading. The game was actually scoreless until there was just eight-tenths of the… Read More
    ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth boys soccer team used 65 minutes of dominant play to build a three-goal lead against Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor on Wednesday evening. The Eagles then hung on for the final 15 minutes of play, withstanding a two-goal comeback by the… Read More