BANGOR, Maine - With the return of students to campus for the fall 2020 semester, the Husson University athletic department has been busy preparing the facilities. While navigating new standards due to COVID-19, there will be some necessary changes in regards to accessing and utilizing the athletic facilities in Newman Gym.
BANGOR, Maine - Despite the 2020 outdoor track & field season being abruptly cut short due to COVID-19, the student-athletes still gave it their all down in South Carolina at the Coastal Carolina Invitational.
Waterville, Maine - The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) began a new chapter on July 1, 2020 when three outstanding institutions of higher education officially became members of the conference, bringing total full membership to 12 public and private schools across Maine, Vermont, and New York.
Waterville, Maine - After months of consideration regarding possible options for safely engaging in athletics this fall, NAC presidents and athletic administrators have come to a difficult decision. It has become clear that in the best interest of student athletes, staff, and campus communities, a traditional NAC experience will not be possible this fall.
BANGOR, Maine - Due to continuing health and safety concerns brought on by the global COVID-19 pandemic, Husson University has come to the difficult decision that they will not be engaging in any outside athletic competition in the Fall of 2020.
BANGOR, Maine - The Husson University men's cross country and men's indoor and outdoor track & field programs welcome six incoming student-athletes to join the 2020-21 recruiting class. Most of these future Eagles ambitiously plan on competing as multi-sport athletes on more than one team throughout their career at Husson
WATERVILLE, Maine - The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) is pleased to present the Spring 2020 Senior Scholar Athlete awards. This award recognizes one graduating senior from each sport who has excelled academically and athletically throughout their undergraduate experience.
BANGOR, Maine - The Husson University women's cross country and women's indoor and outdoor track & field programs welcome eight incoming student-athletes to join the 2020-21 recruiting class. Most of these future Eagles ambitiously plan on competing as multi-sport athletes on more than one team throughout their career at Husson.