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Husson University Athletics Mission Sta

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The primary purpose of NCAA Division III Athletics at Husson University is to provide broad-based athletic opportunities with equal emphasis give n to all intercollegiate sports. Conduct ed as part of the student-athlete’s educational experience, athletics enco urage academic and athletic perform ance, gender equity, appreciation for diversity and social responsibility. Sportsmanship and building respect for others in athletics can lead to better human relations, glob al awareness and leadership skills.


Husson University offers fourteen varsity sports as a member of the NCAA Division III and North Atlantic Conference. More than 300 student-athletes participate in intercollegiate athletics at Husson. Location: Bangor, ME Enrollment: 2,800 Undergraduate Students; 400 Graduate Students Varsity Sports: Baseball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Cross Country, Men’s Golf, Field Hockey, Football, Women’s Lacrosse, Men’s Lacrosse, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Soccer, Softball, Women’s Swimming, and Volleyball. President: Dr. Robert Clark Director of Athletics: Bob Reasso The North Atlantic Conference’s mission is to provide member institutions with broad based conference schedules, conference championships, and access to NCAA postseason competition. Consistent with the NCAA Division III philosophy, a basic purpose of this conference is to maintain intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of the educational experience, with the student-athlete as an integral part of the student body. NAC members include Castleton, Green Mountian, Husson, Johnson State, Lyndon State, Maine Farmington, Maine Maritime, Thomas. Colby-Sawyer and New England College will join the NAC in the 2011-2012 academic year. NAC Commissioner: Julie Muller NAC Sports Information Director: Robb Modica Conference Affiliations: NCAA Division III; North Atlantic Conference; Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (Football); Greater Northeast Athletic Conference (Women’s Swimming); North East Athletic Conference (Baseball, Women’s Lacrosse); Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference

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HUSSON EAGLES LACROSSE 2011 Season Preview This season the Eagles will compete in 17 regular season contests the first of which will be played on February 27th against the University of New England in Biddeford, ME. The schedule is highlighted by strong non-conference games against some of the top teams in the Little East, NESCAC, Pilgrim, Commonwealth Coast, and Great Northeast conferences. The end of the season features seven games against tough North Atlantic Conference opponents. The first week of the season is bookended with road trips to the University of New England and Rivier College. The measuring stick for the season will come quickly for the Eagles when they take on the Nor’easters for the first time in program history. The following Saturday Husson will look to improve their overall record against Rivier to 2-0. While spring break will offer time off from academics, it will be anything but, in terms of lacrosse, as it will be the toughest stretch of the non-conference season. Over a stretch of eight days, the Eagles will play four games; three home and one away. The first home game of the season will be against the University of Southern Maine on March 12th at Boucher Field. Three days later the Eagles will take on Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, hoping to even the record against the Beavers at 1-1. Husson will wrap up their spring break with two home games for the 2011 season and will be great tests for the young squad. On March 23rd Husson will play a home game against Norwich University at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland, ME, giving their fans in the southern part of the state a chance to see the Eagles in action. Husson is looking forward to the rematch at “Fitzy” where it lost to Norwich 9-5 in 2010. The following Saturday, Husson will host in-state rivals St. Joseph’s College at Boucher Field. That Saturday, March 26, will also be the inaugural Junior Day for the men’s lacrosse program, when prospective student-athletes are welcome to attend an Open House in the morning before the game. In the afternoon the Eagles will look to extend their win streak to three against the Monks. The final game before the conference portion of the season will fittingly be against New England College who will join the North Atlantic Conference in 2012. The new rivalry will begin Thursday night, March 31st at 6:00pm, when Husson will play NEC under the lights in Henniker, NH. The conference opens with tough home games against two in-state rivals; University of Maine-Farmington and Maine Maritime Academy. Husson was victorious last year in the only meeting between them and the Beavers, while the Eagles and Mariners will look to break the series tie of one game apiece when they meet in Bangor on April 5th. April 9th and 10th the Eagles will host two of the four conference teams from Vermont on consecutive days. On Saturday the defending North Atlantic Conference Champion and proven powerhouse, Castleton Spartans, come to town. Sunday’s match will exhibit Green Mountain College in the “Clash of the Eagles.”

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HUSSON EAGLES LACROSSE The following weekend Husson will travel to Vermont for another round of back-to-back contests. Saturday, April 16th the Eagles look to make it three straight against Lyndon State, then Sunday, April 17th Husson will look to improve on their 2-1 record against Johnson State. In the last week of the regular season the Eagles will make two trips to Waterville, ME in three days when they will play Colby College on April 21st and Thomas College on April 23rd to round out the regular season. The Eagles are looking to even the series against the Terriers of Thomas College at 2-2 and renew a conference rivalry in the last game before the conference tournament. The 2011 schedule will be the strongest in the Husson University men’s lacrosse program’s history. After going 10-8 overall, holding a 7-2 conference mark, and making a trip to the NAC Tournament semi-finals last season, the Eagles hope that the strength of their schedule in 2011 will better prepare them for the challenging conference tournament at the end of April. Six of the ten non-conference schools on Husson’s 2011 schedule went to their respective conference tournaments last year (Colby, Curry, MIT, NEC, St. Joseph’s, Wheaton) with two teams reaching their conference final (NEC, Wheaton).

Program History and Direction Last year, in only the second season as a varsity sport, the Eagles experienced their first winning season finishing 10-8 overall, 7-2 in the conference, and made a trip to the NAC Semi-Finals. We offer a unique opportunity to incoming freshmen as we are a young program where you can experience a significant amount of playing time right away, and also experience success at a high level while helping build a strong program. The NAC has an automatic qualifying bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament, awarded to the winner of the North Atlantic Conference Tournament. The 2011 season is sure to be the most exciting in the program’s short history. After graduating no seniors and returning the 2010 leading scorer in all of NCAA Division III lacrosse, our expectations have been raised to a new level. The addition of some strong non-conference opponents will provide an added competitive edge that the Eagles hope to benefit from in the conference tournament.

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HUSSON EAGLES LACROSSE 2010 Individual Statistics – Field Players No. 7 27 5 6 16 18 9 17 3 14 25 19 11 10 32 8 33 13 34 20 28 30 23 36 29 1

Name Ben Landry Tony Diaz Mitch Heaps Nick Brown Derrick Schlimm Chris Pelletier Alex Ryan Sam Smith Dillon Shaw Ethan Menard Mike Lapoint Matt Tabler Calvin Dyke Chris Lloyd Marc Cosby David Smith Mike Labrie Chris Smedberg Wayne Stubbs Nathan Briggs Nate Chamberlin Dustin Cole Brandon Galouch Evan Gardner Killian Kilroy Jordan Tanguay

Pos. A A A M M M M M M M M D M M M M D M D D A D D D A M

GP 18 18 16 18 17 18 18 18 18 16 16 18 18 17 13 18 18 11 15 18 11 9 14 10 6 8

Pts. 97 56 52 31 25 17 16 13 9 7 6 6 5 4 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

G 81 29 38 19 19 10 5 3 7 3 5 4 3 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 16 27 14 12 6 7 11 10 2 4 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

up 5 4 5 5 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

dn 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GB 62 38 54 79 18 30 63 38 15 28 30 68 10 30 7 58 28 7 19 16 7 1 18 3 3 3

TO 62 31 48 51 23 19 22 16 10 5 9 21 11 16 12 15 15 7 11 7 2 0 6 6 0 7

CT 9 8 8 11 4 10 8 7 4 0 0 33 1 2 6 14 16 1 7 13 0 0 6 0 3 0

F/O - - 2-4 1-1 - - 94-201 18-51 - 47-95 - - - 1-1 0-1 8-17 - - - 1-1 - - - - - -

Shots 200 83 102 108 50 46 39 41 49 7 13 12 7 18 3 13 2 5 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 2

Pct. .405 .349 .373 .176 .380 .217 .128 .073 .143 .429 .385 .333 .429 .111 .667 .077 .000 .200 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

2010 Individual Statistics – Goalies No. 4 12 15

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Name John Hooper Tyler Quinn Alex Behzad

Pos G G G

GP 15 13 10

GS 5 6 0

Min 349 459 249

GA 45 58 32

GAA 7.75 7.58 7.71

Sv 65 79 51

Sv. Pct. 0.591 0.577 0.614

W 2 1 0

L 3 4 0

T 0 0 0

W Pct. .400 .200 -


HUSSON EAGLES LACROSSE 2010 Team Summary Overall (Pct.) Conference (Pct.) Home Away Neutral

10-8 (.556) 7-3 (.778) 6-1 4-1 0-1

2010 North Atlantic Conference Standings Team Mount Ida Castleton

Conference 9-0 8-1

Overall 12-7 13-6

HUSSON

7-2

10-8

Maine Maritime St. Joseph’s Johnson State Thomas Lyndon State Green Mountain UM-Farmington

6-3 5-4 4-5 3-6 2-7 1-8 0-9

7-7 10-8 4-8 4-9 3-10 1-11 1-9

2010 Team Statistics Games Goals Assists Goals Per Game Shots on Goal Shots Per Game Shot Percentage Man-Up Goals Man-Up. Opp. Man-Up Pct. Man-Down Goals Ground Balls Faceoffs Faceoff Pct. Clears Clear Pct. Goals Against G-A-A Saves Save Pct.

Overall 18 233 123 12.94 808 44.9 .288 25 115 .217 4 801 172.372 .462 313-421 .743 135 7.5 195 .591

Conference 9 140 77 15.56 448 49.8 .312 12 48 .250 4 438 84-188 .447 156-194 .804 60 6.67 101 .627 7


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HUSSON LACROSSE COACHES Tim Murphy 1st Season

Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Director of the Swan Center Email: murphyt@husson.edu Phone: 207-941-7155

Husson University is pleased to announce Tim Murphy as the head coach of men’s lacrosse. Murphy will serve as the second head coach in the history of the program and will use his experience and passion for the game to continue to build the young Eagles. “We’re delighted to add Tim Murphy to our staff,” stated Director of Athletics Bob Reasso. “As a Maine native, Tim has strong ties to the state and will bring a great deal to our community. As a coach, Tim has the necessary enthusiasm, integrity and knowledge of the game to build upon what we feel is already a successful program. We are expecting big things for our lacrosse program and we feel that Tim is the coach that can make that vision a reality,” continued Reasso. Murphy replaces Jeremy Mattoon and inherits a young and talented program. Last season the Eagle achieved a trip to the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) semifinal game and the program’s first winning record. In addition to their accomplishments, the 2009-10 team saw an increased strength of schedule that will persist this season. With no graduating seniors from last season and the 2009-10 NCAA Division III scoring leader, Ben Landry, the Eagles are poised for continued success. Last season Tim Murphy served as the assistant coach at Franklin Pierce University. Murphy helped the Ravens to the most wins in program history, as well as a winning home record. Working primarily with the defense, Murphy helped the Ravens cut their goals against average from the previous season by more than six goals and the 2010 man down defensive unit was ranked second best in the Northeast 10 Conference. One defenseman was named to the Northeast 10 AllRookie Team under Murphy’s tutelage. Before coaching at Franklin Pierce, Murphy was an assistant coach at St. Andrews Presbyterian College. While at St. Andrews he served as the defensive coordinator in 2008 and the offensive coordinator in 2009 and coached six all-conference players and a Conference Carolinas Freshman of the Year. Previous to his time at St. Andrews, he served as the top assistant for the 2006 season at his alma mater, Merrimack College. That year Merrimack finished ranked 8th nationally and second in the Northeast 10. During that season Murphy coached three all-conference players and one All-American. Following his career as a four-year starting attackman for the Warriors, Murphy spent the 2005 season as an assistant coach at the University of Southern Maine as well as Kennebunk High, his former high school. “I would like to thank Mr. Reasso and the Husson University family for the opportunity to lead the Eagles men’s lacrosse program. Husson University has the perfect combination of academics and athletics for its student-athletes, and I look forward to work with them,” stated Murphy. “This is an exciting time to be part of the men’s lacrosse program at Husson University as we will continue to build on the program’s early successes and strive to match the accomplishments that the other Eagles’ programs have experienced through the years,” furthered Murphy. A native of Kennebunk, ME, Murphy lives in the Bangor area. 10


HUSSON LACROSSE COACHES Thomas Boothby

Sean Foley

1st Season

1st Season

Defensive Coordinator Email: boothbyt@husson.edu Phone: 207-941-7155

Recruiting Coordinator Email: foleys@husson.edu Phone: 207-941-7155

Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach

Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach

Coach Boothby enters his first season with the Husson University Men’s Lacrosse Program. He will serve as Defensive Coordinator as well as Assistant Recruiting Coordinator.

Coach Foley enters his first season with the Husson University Men’s Lacrosse Program and will serve as the Recruiting Coordinator. On the field, he will work primarily with the offense and goalies for the Eagles.

Boothby graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a B.A. in Business Administration. While at USM, Boothby was a three year starter on defense for the Huskies. During his senior campaign in 2009, he helped lead his team to their first playoff win in school history.

Foley finished his playing career at Merrimack College in May of 2010 where he studied Psychology. He was part of a 2010 class that recorded the most wins in school history. During his time at Merrimack the Warriors played in two Northeast 10 Conference Championships, winning the second in 2010. In the 2009 season he played on a Warrior team that made it to the Division II Final Four. The teams which Coach Foley played on were ranked as high as fourth nationally.

Prior to USM, Boothby graduated from Kennebunk High School in Kennebunk, Maine in 2005. In his senior season, Boothby captained both football and lacrosse teams and was also selected as a US Lacrosse High School All-American. Boothby is the son of Daniel and Lori Boothby. He currently resides in the Bangor area.

Coach Foley graduated from Kennebunk High School in Kennebunk, Maine in 2006. In his senior season, Foley was selected as a US Lacrosse High School All-American. That year Kennebunk made it to the Maine State Championship for the first time, as a varsity sport. Foley currently resides in Bangor, Maine.

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HUSSON EAGLES LACROSSE John P. Boucher Field The John P. Boucher Field, home to our lacrosse program, was built in 2001 through a generous donation by Husson alumnus John Boucher ‘66. In 2007, the field underwent a face lift. Once again, with Mr. Boucher’s generous support, the field lost its natural grass and was converted to field turf. The $650,000 renovation made the John P. Boucher Field one of the finest collegiate fields in New England. Granite and iron fences surround the field and bench enclosures giving the complex that “old world” feel which makes it a very special place to play. John Boucher played three sports at Husson: baseball, soccer, and golf. He has been inducted into both the Husson Sports Hall of Fame and the Husson Alumni Hall of Fame and is very involved with Husson as a member of the Board of Trustees. A soccer coach for more than 20 years, John began his coaching career as the coach of a premier under-12 team in the Granite State Girls Soccer League. He became President of that league and during his tenure, the league grew to 1,800 players (ranging in age from 8-19) with more than 100 teams. He went on to coach girls soccer at Souhegan High School located in Amherst, New Hampshire. Under his direction, Souhegan High School Girls Soccer won eight state championships in a row. The school holds a national record for consecutive state championships with 10 in a row (two coming prior to Coach Boucher’s arrival). Boucher finished at Soughegan High School with a career record of 175 wins, 15 losses, and 5 ties. John graduated from Husson in 1966 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. After a successful career with Exxon, he went into business for himself. He owns and operates a retail motor fuel and convenience store business located in southern New Hampshire called Stalee and JPB Fuels. He and his wife Judy are the parents of two daughters and live in New Castle, New Hampshire.

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HUSSON EAGLES LACROSSE 2011 Roster

No. 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 32 33 36

FIRST Matt Ethan Mitch Nick Ben Matt Alex Chris Dylan Mark Jake John Chris Matt Nathan Bruce Doug Aaron Derek Ben Ryan Tony Chris Dustin Dillon Eric Evan

LAST Sweeney Pratt Heaps Brown Landry Catalano Ryan Lloyd Tkatch Nardelli Wright Hooper Pelletier Tabler Briggs DeCesare Belisle Weinstein Reny Potter Lapham Diaz DelGiudice Cole Shaw Lund Gardner

Position Midfield Attack Attack Midfield Attack Defense Midfield Midfield Midfield Defense Midfield Goalie Midfield Defense Defense Defense Midfield Midfield Midfield Midfield Attack Attack Goalie Defense Midfield Goalie Defense

Year Gr Fr So Jr Jr Fr So Jr Fr Fr Fr So So So Sr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Sr Jr Fr Jr So Fr So

City Norwood Biddeford Felton Fort Worth Lewiston North Attleboro Northfield Oxford Westmoreland Norwood Gardiner Wakefield Rome Catonsville Freeport So. Portland Tiverton Concord Biddeford Chula Vista Medway Brunswick Oakland Gorham Augusta Mansfield Lewiston

State MA ME PA TX ME MA NH ME NH MA ME RI ME MD ME ME RI NH ME CA Ma ME ME ME ME MA ME

High School / College Norwood / Merrimack College Biddeford Red Lion Oak Hill Lewiston North Attleboro Bishop Brady OHCH Keene Norwood Gardiner Prout School Messalonskee Catonsville Freeport So. Portland Tiverton Merrimack Valley Biddeford Hilltop Medway Brunswick Messalonskee Gorham Cony High School Mansfield Lewiston

Roster Breakdown

BY STATE

BY YEAR

California

1

Graduates

1

Maine

14

Seniors

2

Maryland

1

Juniors

5

Massachusetts

5

Sophomores

8

New Hampshire

4

Freshmen

13

Pennsylvania

1

Rhode Island

2

Texas

1

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HUSSON LACROSSE CAPTAINS #

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MATTHEW

SWEENEY

Midfield Norwood, MA Norwood/ Merrimack Profile Date of Birth: 2/29/1988 Parents: Kevin and Brenda Sweeney Year: Graduate Student Major: MS-Criminal Justice

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Career Matthew was a member of the first varsity lacrosse team for Norwood High his junior year and was elected captain of that team the following season. As a senior he earned League All-Star honors as well as being named the team MVP. He then went to Merrimack College where he played three seasons with the Warriors. He was a member of the team that made its first ever NCAA Final Four in 2009. As a senior in 2010 he was named captain and helped lead the team to its 2nd ever NE-10 Conference Championship. At Husson he will work towards his Masters in Criminal Justice, and upon completion he plans on pursuing a career in Law Enforcement.


HUSSON LACROSSE CAPTAINS #

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NICK

BROWN

Midfield Ft. Worth, TX Oak Hill

Profile Date of Birth: 5/8/1989 Parents: Todd and Heather Charles Year: Junior Major: Health Education

Career Nick played four years of varsity lacrosse at Oak Hill High School. He was a two-time captain and earned All-Conference honors three times during his career. His Senior year, Nick led his team to a victory in the KVAC Conference Championship game and was runner-up for player of the year in the KVAC Conference. At Husson, Nick has earned a letter in both Lacrosse and Football. During his first year he helped the inaugural Men’s Lacrosse team make it to the first round of the NAC Playoffs. During his Sophomore year he helped the team reach the Semifinals of the NAC Playoffs. He plans on teaching secondary Health and coaching after graduation.

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HUSSON MEN

2011 HUSSON LAC DATE

MARCH 20

6 12 15 17 19 23 26 31

OPPONENT

vs. U. of New England Southern Me. @ MIT Curry Wheaton (Mass.) vs. Norwich St. Joseph’s (Me.) @ New England Col.

TIME

2:30PM 1PM 4PM 1PM 1:30PM 6:30PM 2PM 6PM

LOCATION

@ Memorial Field Husson University

Husson University Husson University @ Fitzpatrick Stadium Husson University


’S LACROSSE

ROSSE SCHEDULE DATE

APRIL

2 5 9 10 16 17 21 23

OPPONENT

Me. - Farmington Maine Maritime Castleton Green Mountain @ Lyndon St. @ Johnson St. @ Colby @ Thomas

TIME 1PM 3PM 1PM 12PM 1PM 12PM 7PM 2PM

LOCATION

Husson University Husson University Husson University Husson University

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HUSSON LACROSSE CAPTAINS #

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BEN

LANDRY

Attack Lewiston, ME Lewiston High School Profile Date of Birth: 7/6/1990 Parents: Denis and Debra Landry Year: Junior Major: Pharmacy

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Career Ben played two years of varsity lacrosse for St. Dominic Regional High School. He then transferred to Lewiston High School, was given honorable mention in All-Conference voting his Junior year, and was named to the All-Conference team his Senior year. The 2011 season will be his third as a captain for the Eagles. During his first year he helped the inaugural Men’s Lacrosse team to the first round of the NAC playoffs, and during his Sophomore year he led the team to the NAC Semifinals. In 2010 he was the leading scorer for all of NCAA Division III. He plans on joining the School of Pharmacy and wants to become a Pharmacist after graduation.


HUSSON LACROSSE CAPTAINS #

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JOHN

HOOPER

Goalie Wakefield, RI Prout School

Profile Date of Birth: 6/20/1990 Parents: John and Susan Hooper Year: Sophomore Major: Health and Physical Education

Career After transferring from Curry College, John is entering his second season in the cage for the Eagles. During the 2010 season, he contributed to 10 regular season wins as Husson made it to the NAC Semifinals. In high school, John played 3 seasons of varsity lacrosse with the Prout School as their starting goalie. His Senior year he was elected captain and led the team to a Rhode Island Division 1A Championship. After graduation, Hooper plans to teach Health and Physical Education in addition to coaching lacrosse. John spends his free time on Block Island, Rhode Island, fishing hard for striped bass.

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HUSSON LACROSSE TEAM #

2

4

#

5

MATT

ETHAN

MITCH

Midfield

Attack

Attack

SWEENEY

Norwood, MA SR Norwood/Merrimack Criminal Justice

#

6

PRATT

Biddeford, ME FY Biddeford Undecided

#

7

HEAPS

Felton, PA SO Red Lion Sports Management

#

8

NICK

BEN

MATT

Midfield

Attack

Defense

BROWN

Ft. Worth, TX JR Oak Hill Health Education

#

9

LANDRY

Lewiston, ME JR Lewiston Pharmacy

#

10

CATALANO

North Attleboro, MA FY North Attleboro Health Care Studies

#

11

ALEX

CHRIS

DYLAN

Midfield

Midfield

Midfield

RYAN

Northfield, NH SO Bishop Brady Environmental Science

#

12

LLOYD

Oxford, ME JR Oxford Hills Business Administration

#

14

TKATCH

Westmoreland, NH FY Keene Undecided

#

16

MARK

JAKE

JOHN

Defense

Midfield

Goalie

NARDELLI

Norwood, MA FY Norwood Sports Management

#

18

WRIGHT

Gardiner, ME FY Gardiner English

#

19

HOOPER

Wakefield, RI SO Prout School Physical Education

#

20

CHRIS

MATT

NATHAN

Midfield

Defense

Defense

PELLETIER

Rome, ME SO Messalonskee Health Care Studies 26

#

TABLER

Catonsville, ME SO Catonsville Criminal Justice

BRIGGS

Freeport, ME SR Freeport Psychology


HUSSON LACROSSE TEAM #

21

#

22

#

23

BRUCE

DOUG

AARON

Defense

Defense

Midfield

DECESARE

South Portland, ME FY South Portland Physical Education

#

24

BELISLE

Tiverton, RI FY Tiverton Health Care Studies

#

25

WEINSTEIN

Concord, NH FY Merrimack Valley Criminal Justice

#

26

DEREK

BEN

RYAN

Midfield

Midfield

Attack

RENY

Biddeford, ME FY Biddeford Undecided

#

27

POTTER

Chula Vista, CA FY Hilltop Business Administration

#

29

LAPHAM

Medway, MA SR Medway Health Care Studies

#

30

TONY

CHRIS

DUSTIN

Attack

Goalie

Defense

DIAZ

Brunswick, ME JR Brunswick Health Care Studies

#

32

DELGUIDICE

Oakland, ME FY Messalonskee Kinesiology

#

33

COLE

Gorham, ME JR Gorham Health Care Studies

#

36

DILLON

ERIC

EVAN

Midfield

Goalie

Defense

SHAW

Lewiston, ME SO Lewiston Environmental Science

LUND

Mansfield, MA FY Mansfield Business Administration

GARDNER

Lewiston, ME JR Lewiston Criminal Justice

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The President As a Division III institution, Husson’s programs represent the best in collegiate athletics – teamwork, competitive spirit, integrity, discipline and fun! The importance of the integration of athletics and academics in our students’ lives is evident in our approach to athletics. For all of us at Husson, developing that true competitive experience while delivering a top quality academic experience is critical to creating an integrated student experience. Husson University student athletes rise to the occasion in the classroom and on the playing fields. They welcome the challenges of a rigorous academic curriculum and a competitive schedule with their team. We are proud of their efforts and the efforts of their coaches and the athletics staff. We are confident that the 2010-2011 season will bring more victories and more pride to our University. Bob Clark President

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The Provost The academic programs at Husson University are designed to prepare students for fulfilling professional careers. Each major has been carefully designed to include a strong foundation of general education coursework combined with professional courses that connect theory to practice. Husson prioritizes quality classroom instruction and personal student attention from professors and advisors. The fact that several Husson coaches teach courses in our professional programs also demonstrates the integration and balance between academics and athletics all students can experience at Husson University. We are proud of our expanded academic services and our new career center which provide students with the critical support needed to excel academically and explore professional opportunities. At Husson, our students are encouraged to engage in all aspects of the college experience. We believe our athletic teams provide all students with valuable lessons related to leadership, teamwork, organization and self-discipline. These opportunities serve to enliven student participation in the Husson community and classroom.

Lynne Coy-Ogan, Ed.D. Provost

Academic Programs

PROFESSIONAL/DOCTORAL Pharmacy (PharmD) Physical Therapy (DPT) MASTER OF SCIENCE IN: Business General Health Care Management Hospitality Management Non Profit Management Clinical Mental Health Counseling Criminal Justice Administration Human Relations Nursing Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing Family and Community Nurse Practitioner Nursing Eduation Post-Master’s Certificate Options

Occupational Therapy Pastoral Counseling School Counseling BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN: Accounting (BS & BS/MSB) Accounting/CIS (5-year) Biology (Regular and Pre-Pharmacy) Business Administration Finance General Hospitality Management Independent Program of Study International Business Management Marketing Small/Family Business Management Sports Management

Business Administration (BS/MSB) Finance Hospitality Management International Management Marketing Business & Technology Chemistry (Regular and Pre-Pharmacy) Computer Information Systems Criminal Justice Criminal Justice/Psychology (dual 5-year) Elementary Education Educational Studies - CTE English (Regular and Pre-Law) Health Care Studies Health Education Nursing

Paralegal Studies Physical Education Psychology (MHRT/C) Science & Humanities Secondary Education English Life Science Physical Science ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN: Accounting Business Administration Business Studies Paralegal Studies

Academic Deans

Dr. Frank Hubbard

Dr. Ronald Nykiel

Dr. Rodney Larson

Dr. Barbara Higgins

Mike Mullane

Dean of the School of Science and Humanities

Dean of the School of Business

Dean of the School of Pharmacy

Dean of the College of Health and Education

Dean of Graduate Studies

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The Athletic Director As we embark on a new academic and athletic year, there could not be a more exciting time for Husson University. I have been here for just four months, and two as Director of Athletics, but have found a very warm and engaging campus and academic environment, outstanding coaches, and highly competitive teams. Our goal for the athletic department is to take all of that to the next level and for our student-athletes to be better students and more competitive on the playing field. We are determined as a group to establish a standard both academically and athletically to which Husson, our alumni, and the greater Bangor community can continue to be proud. I am honored to begin my first year as Husson’s Director of Athletics and look forward to working with a talented and motivated staff, and a wonderful group of student-athletes. I speak for the entire athletic department when I say that we are excited and determined to achieve our goals.

Bob Reasso Director of Athletics

Reasso joined Husson on May 1. Prior to Husson, he served as the Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Rutgers University, achieving 13 NCAA Tournament appearances, three Final Four Tournaments, and six conference titles, with a 351-183-71 record. He was ranked 8th among active Division I soccer coaches in total wins and in 1990 was named National Coach of the Year. Reasso coached 19 All-Americans and had over 50 players go on to play professionally in Europe and in the United States. Early in his career, Reasso was also the Executive Director of the Touchdown Club, Assistant Director of the Scarlet R Club, and Assistant Director of Marketing and Promotions. Also, he coached the New Jersey Special Olympics Soccer Team in two world games.

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HUSSON ATHLETIC STAFF “The responsibility of our athletic department is to provide every student-athlete and coach the very best opportunity to allow their budding talent to flourish on and off the field.” Bob Reasso

Bob Reasso

Director of Athletics

Jeff Gettler

Deputy Director of Athletics – Academic Liaison

Janine Gmitter

Coaches

Assistant Athletic Director – Head Athletic Trainer/SWA

Keith Bosley

Senior Associate Director of Athletics Facilities

Janice Clark

Jen Fried

Assistant Athletic Director – SID/Finance/ Compliance/SID

Scott Misler

Administrative Coordinator

Faculty Athletic Representative

FALL SPORTS

Sean Murphy

Assistant Athletic Director – Director of Strength & Development

Darci Dickison

Assistant Athletic Trainer

SPRING SPORTS Keith Bosley – Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Ed Meo – Men’s Golf Head Coach

Amanda Davey – Softball Head Coach

Pat DeBeck – Women’s Volleyball Head Coach

Sean Murphy – Football Head Coach

Jason Harvey – Baseball Head Coach

Katie Flaherty – Field Hockey Head Coach

Jeff Gettler – Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Jim Karcanes – Cross Country Head Coach

WINTER SPORTS Warren Caruso – Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Kissy Walker – Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Mark Hundhammer – Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach

Tim Murphy – Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach

Butch Babin – Women’s Swimming Head Coach

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