BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin Colllege women’s basketball earned a 94-32 victory over Husson in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Division III Tournament on Friday evening in Morrell Gymnasium. The Polar Bears (25-2) will host Farleigh Dickinson-Florham in the second round on Saturday night… Read More
    CASTLETON, Vt. – The Husson University Eagles won their third consecutive North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women’s Basketball Championship, defeating Maine Maritime Academy Mariners, 76-58, Saturday afternoon at Glenbrook Gym on the campus of Castleton University. With the victory, Husson improves to 19-9 overall and earns the league’s automatic berth… Read More
    CASTLETON, Vt. – Third seed Husson University held on to defeat second seed Colby-Sawyer College, 54-49, Friday night in the second semifinal of the 2018 North Atlantic Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament, hosted by Castleton University at Glenbrook Gym. Husson improves to 18-9 and advances to the NAC Tournament championship game,… Read More
    BANGOR, Maine –The #3 Husson University women’s basketball team edged out the #6 New England College (NEC) Pilgrims, 56-45, in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Quarterfinal match on Tuesday evening at Newman Gymnasium, to help the Eagles (17-9, 14-4 NAC) go 3-0 over the Pilgrims (14-12, 9-9) this season. With… Read More
    WATERVILLE, Maine – The Husson University women’s basketball team defeated Thomas College by a score of 90-56 in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Saturday afternoon at Larry Mahaney Gymnasium. The Terriers finish their season at 9-16 (6-12 NAC) while the Eagles move on to the NAC Tournament at 16-9… Read More
    BANGOR, Maine –The Husson University women’s basketball team took down the University of Maine-Farmington Beavers, 74-49, on Wednesday evening in their final home game of the regular season at Newman Gymnasium. THE STORY Coming off the bench with three minutes left in the opening quarter, Jordan Butler stepped on the… Read More
    BANGOR, MAINE – The Husson University women’s basketball team defeated the Johnson Badgers, 66-37, on Saturday afternoon in in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action at Newman Gymnasium. Husson (14-9,12-4 NAC) recognized two seniors at halftime of the game for their accomplishments with the Husson University women’s basketball program: Anna MacKenzie… Read More
    BANGOR, MAINE – The Husson University women’s basketball team (13-9, 11-4 NAC) defeated the Lyndon Hornets (13-9, 9-6 NAC) 60-47 Friday night at Newman Gymnasium. The Eagles worked through a slow offensive start in the first half to turn it around in the second half for the win. THE STORY:… Read More
    NEW LONDON, N.H. – The Husson University women’s basketball team was defeated by Colby-Sawyer College, 80-72, in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action on Saturday afternoon. Colby-Sawyer improves to 16-5 overall and 11-3 in the NAC. The Chargers will travel to Castleton on Tuesdayfor a … Read More
    HENNIKER, N.H.—The Husson University women’s basketball team defeated New England College, 68-60, on Friday night in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action. Husson improves to 12-8 overall and 10-3 in league play, while the loss drops the Pilgrims to 12-8 overall and 7-6 in the NAC. HUSSON LEADERS The Eagles… Read More
    BANGOR, MAINE – The Husson University women’s basketball team (11-8, 9-3 NAC) defeated the Green Mountain Eagles (4-13, 1-11 NAC) 67-52. Husson tallied 38 rebounds and 14 steals to propel them over Green Mountain at Newman Gymnasium. THE STORY: The Eagles started off strong going on a 6-0 run in… Read More
    BANGOR, Maine – The Husson University women’s basketball team (10-8, 8-3 NAC) defeated top-seeded Castleton (14-3,10-1 NAC), 81-77, in their second overtime game this week. The Eagles completed 23 free throws to help secure the win in the Newman Gymnasium on Friday evening. THE STORY: The Eagles started off strong… Read More
    WATERVILLE, Maine — Husson University’s Kenzie Worcester hit a pair of free throws with 0.9 seconds remaining to lift the Eagles to a 55-53 non-conference win over Colby College in women’s basketball Tuesday. The Eagles improve to 9-8 overall, while the Mules fell to 7-9. By the numbers * Worcester… Read More
    Lyndonville, VT – The Husson University women’s basketball team was defeated by Lyndon State College, 89-83, in double overtime Saturday afternoon. With the loss, the Eagles fall to 8-8 overall and 7-3 in the NAC, while the Hornets improve to 10-6 on the season and 6-3 in North Atlantic Conference… Read More
    JOHNSON, Vt. – The Husson University women’s basketball team defeated Johnson State College 78-47 in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) contest on Friday night at Carter Gym. The Eagles improve to 8-7 (7-2 NAC), while the Badgers drop to 2-12 (1-8 NAC) on the season. 1st QUARTER The Badgers jumped… Read More
    Husson Athletics January 16, 2018 BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Husson University women’s basketball team dropped a tough road game at #3/4 Bowdoin College, 88-58, Tuesday evening in Morrell Gymnasium. Husson falls to 7-7 with the loss, while The Polar Bears advance to 16-0. Game Highlights After Husson… Read More
    Husson Athletics January 13, 2018 BANGOR, Maine — After being tied at the half, the Husson University women’s basketball team (7-6, 6-2 NAC) defeated the New England College Pilgrims (6-6, 3-4 NAC), 70-53, on Saturday afternoon in the Newman Gymnasium on the campus of Husson University. THE STORY:… Read More
    BANGOR, Maine – After swapping the lead four times in the final quarter, the match came down to precision from the free throw line in the final seconds. Colby-Sawyer (9-3, 5-1 NAC) edged Husson (6-6, 5-2 NAC) by one-point in the final 11.4 seconds to capture the close 54-53 win… Read More
    Farmington, Maine – The Husson University Eagles defeated UMaine-Farmington by a score of 87-51 in North Atlantic Conference action in Dearborn Gymnasium. PLAY-BY-PLAY The Eagles and Beavers were tied at 8-8 with 3:49 to go in the first quarter. Megan Peach grabbed an offensive rebound and put back the lay-up. Read More