As we celebrate NCAA DIII week, check out a compilation of videos that shows what a day in the life of a North Atlantic Conference student-athlete is like. With 10 public and private institutions in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont our institutions each have a uniqueness about them, while sharing the values of the NCAA Division III.
CENTERVILLE, Mass. (Aug. 30, 2011) – The Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) today announced the female and male administrator of the year for the 2010-11 academic year.
Julie Muller is the commissioner of the NCAA Division III North Atlantic Conference as well as the D-III Eastern Collegiate Football Conference. Muller was the NAC’s first full-time lead administrator when she was hired in 2005 and guided the ECFC through formation and recognition as a DIII single sport conference in 2008.
Thomas College Athletic Director, Deb Biche will be making her return to coaching effective August 15th. Biche has decided to follow her desire to return to coaching and has stepped down from the AD position. Biche will remain at Thomas as she takes the helm of the Terriers Women's Soccer team.
WHITINGHAM, Vermont - Emma Deans (Gorham, Maine), a 2011 graduate of the University of Maine at Farmington, has been nominated for the 2011 NCAA Woman of the Year Award by the North Atlantic Conference (NAC).
Johnson State College (JSC) has partnered with PrestoSports to create a new athletics website. The new home of the Badgers, now online at http://athletics.jsc.edu or by direct link from the JSC website, features an innovative new design that highlights each of Johnson State’s 12 varsity athletics programs.
University of Maine at Farmington men's and women's cross country head coach Ryan Wagner has resigned from the position, effective immediately, to pursue an opportunity with an NCAA Division I program.
Castleton State College Associate Dean for Athletics and Recreation, Deanna Tyson, is pleased to announce the hiring of Mary Kate Scardillo as the Head Coach for Castleton’s volleyball and women’s lacrosse teams.
Castleton State College Associate Dean for Athletics and Recreation, Deanna Tyson, is pleased to announce the hiring of Stephen “Bo” McDougall as Head Coach of the men’s lacrosse team and an assistant for the football team.
Husson University and the New England School of Communications (NESCom) are pleased to announce that NESCom students will be able to compete in Husson’s intercollegiate athletic department beginning in the fall of 2011.
The life of a United States Marine in Afghanistan's Helmond Province is filled with danger — and periods of down time that, up to this point, they have had a hard time filling. With the help of Lyndon State College, the Lyndon baseball team and members of the community, their down time will soon be filled with recreation and athletic time.
Green Mountain College unveiled a redesigned athletics website today. The site, powered by Presto Sports, was re-designed to create a user-friendly platform for coverage for all 12 Eagle athletics programs.
Green Mountain College Director of Athletics Marybeth Lennox announced the re-structuring of the athletic department today. In an effort to enhance the student athlete experience, three current staff members were assigned different positions within the department.
Thomas College Director of Athletics Deb Biche announced on Wednesday the appointment of Kyle Fleischmann as the Head Mens Lacrosse Coach for the Terriers. Along with the duties as Head Mens Lacrosse Coach Fleischmann will also be serving as Assistant Athletic Director / Sports Information Director.
Bangor, ME - The many accomplishments of Shelby and Brock Bradford 10 are featured on the NCAA homepage in an article titled Bradfords Vow to Achieve. Although both Brock and Shelby graduated from Husson last spring, their impact and legacy throughout the Husson community persists. Over the course of their time at Husson, Shelby and Brock Bradford have set a standard for academic and athletic excellence to which all student-athletes nationwide should aspire, stated Director of Athletics Bob Reasso.
Green Mountain College Director of Athletics Marybeth Lennox announced the hiring of Ted Panasci as the new mens tennis coach Monday. Panasci replaces former coach Rob Purdy after his departure in June.
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.
The North Atlantic Conference is pleased to announce that Colby-Sawyer College and New England College have accepted unanimous invitations to join the membership beginning in the 2011-12 academic year.