The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) is pleased to announce three new full members of the conference, as confirmed by the NAC Council of Presidents. Cazenovia College, SUNY Cobleskill, and SUNY Polytechnic Institute will be full members of the conference effective July 1, 2020.
WATERVILLE, Maine - The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) is pleased to announce that Katie Taylor (Lebanon, Maine) of Thomas College has been selected as the winner of its annual Woman of the Year award in a vote of the league's athletics directors and senior woman administrators. Taylor is the first student athlete from Thomas to be selected NAC Woman of the Year.
The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) proudly announces the nominees for the 2019 Woman of the Year award. Seven female student athletes were nominated for the prestigious award which encompasses all facets of the NCAA Division III Student Athlete experience.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) announced the 364 players chosen for the 2019 NCAA Division III All-Region softball teams. The squad is comprised of three 15-player teams — plus voting ties — in each of the country’s eight NCAA regions. North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Pitcher of the Year, Jen Jones of Husson University, was selected to the New England Region Third Team in an at-large position.
Cambridge, Mass. - The Husson University softball team put on a defensive clinic in a 1-0, 10-inning loss to the #21 MIT Engineers (28-10-1) in Game 2 of the NCAA Division III Softball Championship regional round
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Husson University utility player Arika Brochu claimed the final Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division III National Player of the Week honor of the 2019 season. She becomes the first Eagle to ever claim recognition from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA).
Husson (24-9) earned the automatic bid for the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) with their second-consecutive conference championship in an 8-0, five-inning win over top-seeded Thomas College yesterday. The Eagles will play MIT (27-10-1) in the first round of regionals this weekend in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
WATERVILLE, Maine – The Thomas College softball team fell to Husson University in Game 6 of the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Tournament on Sunday morning at the Softball Field on the campus of Colby College. Husson takes their second-consecutive NAC Title after going undefeated in the double elimination tournament.
Thomas and Husson won the first two games of the 2019 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Championship on a cold morning on the campus of Colby College. The Terriers and Eagles will face-off in Game 4 tomorrow, after UMaine-Farmington (UMF) and UMaine-Presque Isle (UMPI) compete to stay alive in Game 3 of the double-elimination tournament.
Thomas College closed out the regular season with a 22-8 overall record, and 11-1 record in conference contests, and earned the top seed in the 2019 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Softball Championship.
Husson received four first-place votes and 45 points to claim the top spot in the 2019 NAC softball preseason poll. Thomas received 2 first-place votes and 42 points to finish second, and UMaine-Presque Isle grabbed the remaining first-place vote and 33 points to round out the top three
The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) announced it will welcome the State University of New York (SUNY) at Delhi as a full member institution beginning in the fall of 2019, as confirmed by the NAC President’s Council.