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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 SOFTBALL COACHES Amanda Davey Head Coach 5th Season St. Bonaventure ‘03 Head softball coach Amanda Davey took over the helm of the Husson University Softball program in January 2007. The team finished with a 13-21 record overall. However, after some heavy recruiting and rebuilding, the Eagles softball team emerged in 2008 as one of the top teams in the North Atlantic Conference. With an overall record of 30-12 in 2008, the Eagles had one of the most successful seasons in the programs history. Finishing 17-3 in conference play gained them the top seed in the NAC tournament. The green and gold offense was more powerful than ever hitting .332 as a team and leading the conference in numerous offensive categories, including slugging percentage (.480), hits (387), doubles (69), homeruns (21) and total bases (547). Davey coached six players who earned all-conference honors, as well as earning Coach of the Year honors from the North Atlantic Conference herself. The 2009 rendition of the Eagles continued the program’s success, going 26-16 with a perfect 14-0 record in conference. Six Husson softball players were honored on the all-conference first and second teams, and coach Davey won her second consecutive coach of the year award. The Team collectively hit .314 to lead the NAC and also led the conference in hits (344), doubles (72), homeruns (26), RBI (207), total bases (522), slugging percentage (.476), walks (121), on base percentage (.384) and stolen bases swiping 67 in 79 attempts. The team took their perfect record against conference opponents into the playoffs, winning the 2009 Conference Championship in 3 straight games. Husson continued their dominance in the 2010 season, posting a 28-15 record including another perfect 14-0 record in conference, their second straight season winning every conference game. The potent Eagle offense was led by the NAC Player of the Year Dorothy Cameron, and the team as a whole hit .315 and led the conference in 9 statistical categories; runs (259), hits (345), doubles (74), triples (11), RBI (214), total bases (489), walks (101), on base percentage (.379) and steals, taking 75 bags in 91 attempts. The Eagles followed up with another successful season by winning their second straight NAC Title, and even got a no-hitter from pitcher Nicole Sargent in the championship game. Four Eagles made the all-conference team, and Husson took home both Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year accolades. In 2011 the Eagles are eying their third straight North Atlantic Conference Championship, and are looking for strong showings from their upper classmen in hopes of bringing the title back to Bangor yet again. Coach Davey began her collegiate coaching career in 2004 as a graduate assistant at Division II, Wayne State College in Nebraska. While at WSC, Davey worked primarily with pitchers and catchers, while also assisting in practice planning, conditioning of athletes, game management, and recruiting. During her second season Davey was named the interim head coach and took the team to the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Tournament. While serving as a G.A at Wayne State, she worked on her Master’s in Business Administration degree, which she completed in 2006. In addition to coaching duties, Davey teaches classes at Husson in the School of Business department. A native of Brampton, Ontario, Coach Davey graduated from St. Bonaventure University in 2003 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Management-Science. During her career at SBU, Davey was a three year starting catcher for the Bonnies. Prior to St. Bonaventure, Davey played her freshman season at Canisius College in Buffalo, NY, before transferring in 2001. 2


HUSSON SOFTBALL COACHES Lee Speronis

Trey Schlutt

Assistant Coach

Student Assistant

3rd Season University of Tampa ‘83 Coach Lee Speronis is in his third year of service as an Assistant Coach for Husson Softball. Coach Speronis’ areas of concentration include the outfielders, base running and hitting. A 1983 graduate of the University of Tampa, Lee Speronis earned his business degree cum laude in business management and economics and then went on to graduate from Stetson University with his Juris Doctorate degree. During this time period Coach Speronis served as a part-time hitting instructor at the University of Tampa and Head Coach at The Tampa Preparatory School where he led them to their first winning seasons. Coach Speronis is an Assistant Professor and an Academic Coordinator in the School of Business specializing in Hospitality Management, Business Law and Entrepreneurship.

Edward Frederick Schlutt III – known to most as “Trey” – is entering his second season as the student assistant for the Husson softball team, and this will be his sixth consecutive season as an assistant. Before helping the Eagles to their second NAC Championship, and an undefeated record in conference play last season, Trey was an assistant with the Orono High School Varsity softball team for two seasons where he served primarily as the pitching coach. Coach Schlutt began coaching in the spring of 2007, and spent two seasons as a Volunteer Assistant Coach at Bangor Christian. In his first year, his team was the Eastern Maine Runners-up, the next season they surpassed that mark and won the 2008 Eastern Maine Class-D Champions. Trey was born in College Station, TX where both of his parents went to Texas A&M Univeristy, and his father Edward Frederick Schlutt Jr. fueled Trey’s interest in softball at an early age, beginning as a softball coach with the Aggies, before moving the family to Laramie Wyoming, where he coached the University of Wyoming Softball team for 5 seasons. While Trey is following in his father’s footsteps by coaching collegiate softball, he is currently working on a Bachelors of Science Degree in Communications with a concentration on Marketing which he expects to complete after the season, and he also has experience in the Business Program with a concentration in Sports Management. “

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HUSSON SOFTBALL TEAM #

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Sarah Risser Junior – Catcher Major: Pre-Pharmacy Brewer, ME / Brewer 2009: Appeared in 38 games, in either right field or at catcher. Had 2 hits, 2 runs scored, and 2 RBI’s against St. Francis (Mar. 7). Had 1 hit and 2 RBI’s in a 4-2 win over Bowdoin (Apr. 4). Had multi-hit games against Defiance (Mar. 9), Farmington (Apr. 8), UMPI (Apr. 15), Castleton (Apr. 19), MMA (Apr. 22), and Bates (Apr. 29). Was named to the North Atlantic All-Conference First Team as a freshman. 2010: Started 28 games at catcher. Hit .282 on the season with 2 doubles, 2 triples, and 11 RBI’s. Had a .992 fielding percentage while committing only 2 error all season. Threw out five base runners. Had multi-hit games against Johnson State (Apr. 11), Green Mountain (Apr. 17), Castleton (Apr. 18), and Maine Maritime (Apr. 30).

SARAH RISSER #1 Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB 2009 38 .296 115 21 34 20 8 0 2 6 13 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 30 .282 78 24 22 20 2 2 0 10 3 Totals

68

.290

#

193

45

56

40

10

2

2

16

16

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Courtney Hill Sophomore – Outfielder Major: Business Administration Calais, ME / Calais 2010: Appeared in 34 games and started in 18 as a freshman. Hit .323 with 20 hits, 7 RBI’s, and 15 stolen bases. Had a team high of 15 walks and an on-base percentage of .462. Went 4 for 5 with 2 RBI’s and 3 runs scored against Presque Isle on April 7th. Had multi-hit games against Farmington (Apr. 14), Maine Maritime (Apr. 21), Thomas (Apr. 23), and Maine Maritime (May 1). Was named to the NAC All-Tournament Team.

COURTNEY HILL #2 Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 34 .323 62 25 20 7 2 0 0 15 15 Totals 4

34

.323

62

25

20

7

2

0

0

15

15


HUSSON SOFTBALL TEAM #

3

Aimee Mortensen Sophomore – 3rd Base/Short Stop Major: Physical Education Biddeford, ME / Biddeford 2010: Started all 43 games as a freshman mostly at third base. Batted .288 with 32 hits, including 8 doubles, 1 triple, and 2 homeruns. Had 32 RBI’s and 5 stolen bases. On defense, finished the season with a .961 fielding percentage, committing just 5 errors in 129 chances. On April 21st had a 2 run homerun against Maine Maritime. On April 23rd had 3 hits, including 1 double and 3 RBI’s against Thomas. Had multi-hit games against UT Dallas (Mar. 12), Johnson (Apr. 11), Green Mountain (Apr. 17), Castleton (Apr. 18), Maine Maritime (Apr. 21), and Thomas (Apr. 23). Earned NAC Player of the Week honors the week of April 26th. While going 10 for 20 at the plate with 5 runs scored, 9 RBI’s, 4 stolen bases, 3 doubles, and a homerun. Named to the NAC First Team All-Conference and was honored as the North Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Year.

AIMEE MORTENSEN #3 Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 43 .288 111 23 32 26 8 1 2 11 5 Totals

43

.288

#

111

23

32

26

8

1

2

11

5

4

Kristen Sousa Junior – Catcher Major: Occupational Therapy Detroit, ME / Maine Central Institute 2009: Appeared in 24 games as either DH or at catcher. Concluded the season with a .260 batting average with 2 extra-base hits. Finished fourth on the team in stolen bases with 9. Threw out 6 base runners and committed only 2 errors all season. 2010: Appeared in 28 games and started 23 at catcher. Posted a .194 average with 8 RBI’s and 3 stolen bases. Had a multi-hit game on March 28 against Bowdoin, going 2 for 4 with an RBI. Threw out 2 base runners and finished the year with a .969 fielding percentage.

KRISTEN SOUSA #4 Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB 2009 24 .260 50 17 13 8 1 1 0 6 9 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 28 .194 62 11 12 8 0 0 0 2 3 Totals

52

.223

112

28

25

16

1

1

0

8

12

5


HUSSON SOFTBALL TEAM #

5

Kara Poirier Sophomore – Utility Major: Physical Education Berlin, NH / Berlin 2010: Batted .438 at 16 at-bats, with 3 doubles and 1 triple. Had a multi-hit game on April 20th against Farmington, including 3 RBI’s. Made 17 appearances on the mound during her freshman season. In 30.1 innings pitched, gave up just 4 walks and picked up 2 saves. Recorded a 2-1 record.

KARA POIRIER #5 Career Totals – Pitching ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year ERA W/L APP IP H ER BB SO ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 5.77 2-1 17 30.1 49 25 4 16 Totals

5.77

2-1

17

30.1

49

25

4

16

Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 11 .438 16 4 7 6 3 1 0 1 1 Totals

11

.438

#

16

4

7

6

3

1

0

1

1

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Brianna Webster Junior – 2nd Base Major: Physical Education Belfast, ME / Belfast 2009: Saw action in 34 games for the Eagles, mostly in right field. On April 22 went 2 for 3 with 1 run scored, 2 RBI’s and a double against Maine Maritime. Had a triple against Colby on April 23. In a doubleheader versus Johnson on April 26 went 4 for 7 at the plate with 5 runs scored, 2 RBI’s, and 2 doubles. Was named Rookie of the Week by the NAC Conference the week of April 27th. 2010: Appeared in 36 games for the Eagles, starting 35 of them, mostly in the outfield. Finished her sophomore season with a .330 batting average and a .942 fielding percentage. Collected 29 hits with 5 doubles and 20 RBI’s and was 6 for 7 in stolen bases. Went 4 for 4 at the plate on April 11 against Johnson State with 5 RBI’s and 2 runs scored. Had multi-hit games against Presque Isle (Apr. 7), Farmington (Apr. 14), Green Mountain (Apr. 17), Castleton (Apr. 17), Farmington (Apr. 20), and Thomas (Apr. 23). Was named to the North Atlantic Conference First Team. BRIANNA WEBSTER #14 Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB 2009 34 .306 49 18 15 12 5 1 0 10 8 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 36 .330 88 24 29 20 5 0 0 10 6 Totals 6

70

.321

137

42

44

32

10

1

0

20

14


HUSSON SOFTBALL TEAM #

12

Megan Richard Senior – 1st Base / Pitcher Major: Business Administration Wilton, ME / Mt Blue High School 2008: Appeared in 32 games, starting in 28 of those. Finished the season with a .360 batting average and a .523 slugging percentage. Tied for first on the team in triples with 4. Named Rookie of the Week in the NAC for the week of April 14. 2009: Was an everyday starter for the Eagles, starting in 37 games and appearing in 39. Worked herself in the pitching rotation, pitching in 24 games, and earning 6 wins. Had wins against Bowdoin (Apr. 4), New England College (Apr. 9), Thomas (Apr. 11), Castleton (Apr. 19), and Lyndon (Apr. 25). Had multi-hit games against Ferrum (Mar. 5), St. Benedicts (Mar. 7), St. Francis College (Mar. 7), Defiance (Mar. 9), U. ME Presque Isle (Apr. 15), Castleton (Apr. 19), Endicott (May 8). On Apr. 8, went 4 for 7 at the plate with 3 runs scored and a double, against Farmington. In a doubleheader on Apr. 29 against Bates, went 3 for 5 with 4 RBI’s, 2 runs scored and 2 doubles. Concluded the season with a .978 fielding percentage, committing just 4 errors in 186 chances. Named to the North Atlantic All-Conference Second Team. 2010: Started in 40 games at first base, pitcher or in the designated player position. Batted .327 and led the team in doubles with 12. Scored 23 runs and had 5 stolen bases. Led the NAC in hit by pitch, after being hit 9 times at the plate throughout the season. Went 2 for 2 at the plate against the 2010 NCAA Division III Champions (East Texas Baptist) on March 17. Had 11 multi-hit games including those against Bates (Apr. 6 and 26), Farmington (Apr. 14 and 20), Castleton (Apr. 18), Maine Maritime (Apr. 21 and 30) and Thomas (Apr. 23 and 30). Finished with a .980 fielding percentage, while committing just 4 errors in 196 chances. Pitched 34.2 innings while holding opponents to a .242 batting average. Finished with a 3-1 record and a 1.41 ERA. Was named to the NAC Second Team All-Conference and the NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team.

MEGAN RICHARD #12 Career Totals – Pitching ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year ERA W/L APP IP H ER BB SO 2009 3.76 6-4 24 76.2 89 41 24 42 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 1.41 3-1 14 34.2 31 7 13 16 Totals

3.04

9-5

38

110.4

120

48

37

58

Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB 2008 32 .360 86 16 31 19 3 4 1 10 0 2009 39 .311 103 17 32 18 8 1 3 14 4 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 41 .327 110 23 36 16 12 1 1 8 5 Totals

112

.331

299

56

99

53

23

6

5

32

9

7


HUSSON SOFTBALL TEAM #

13

Dorothy Cameron Senior – Outfield Major: Criminal Justice South Plainfield, NJ / South Plainfield 2008: Appeared in 41 games, with 40 starts in right field for the Eagles as a freshman. Finished third on the team in batting average (.366) while racking up 52 hits. Led the team in stolen bases with 9. 2009: Made the move from right field to left field, starting in 40 games. Led the team in several offensive categories, including batting average (.410), runs scored (36), hits (57), triples (4), and total bases (82). Finished second on the team in stolen bases (12), doubles (11), slugging percentage (.590), and on-base percentage (.450). Had multi-hit games versus St. Benedicts (Mar. 5), Defiance (Mar. 9), Keene (Apr. 5), New England College (Apr. 9), Thomas (Apr. 11), Castleton (Apr. 18), Maine Maritime Academy (Apr. 22), and Lyndon State (Apr. 25). Was 6 for 7 with 2 RBI’s and a walk on Apr. 24th, in a doubleheader versus Farmington. Went 6 for 7 at the plate in a doubleheader versus U. ME at Presque Isle on Apr. 15. Had a double, a triple, 1 stolen base, 2 RBI’s and scored 2 runs on the day. On April 26 went 4 for 8 with 5 runs scored and 4 RBI’s against Johnson State. Batted .277 during post season play. Went 5 for 18 with a double, a homerun, and one stolen base. Scored 6 runs and racked up 6 RBI’s. Was named to the North Atlantic All-Conference First Team, as well as the 2009 All-Tournament Team. 2010: Started 41 games in the outfield, while posting a .374 batting average. Led the team and the NAC in numerous offensive categories including runs scored (41), hits (55), RBI’s (36), triples (5), total bases (84), plate appearance (158), at-bats (144) and stolen bases (20). On April 6th in a doubleheader against Bates, had a two run homerun as well as a solo homerun. Had multi-hit games against UT Dallas (Mar. 12), Bowdoin (Mar. 28), Bates (Apr. 6 and 26), Presque Isle (Apr. 7), Johnson (Apr. 11), Farmington (Apr. 14), Green Mountain (Apr. 17), Castleton (Apr. 18), and Maine Maritime (Apr. 21). Was honored as the NAC Player of the Year for the 2010 season, as well as named to the NAC All-Conference First Team.

DOROTHY CAMERON #13 Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB 2008 41 .366 142 30 52 21 5 2 2 7 9 2009 40 .410 139 36 57 23 11 4 2 10 12 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 43 .374 147 41 55 36 10 5 3 12 20 Totals

8

124

.383

428

107

164

80

26

11

7

29

41


HUSSON SOFTBALL TEAM #

15

Nicole Sargent Senior – Pitcher / 1st Base Major: Hospitality Management Sullivan, ME / Sumner Memorial 2008: Appeared in 6 games, starting in 3 of them. Finished with a 2-1 record while pitching 24 innings for the Eagles. Recorded 17 strikeouts, and finished the season with a 2.66 ERA. 2009: Appeared in 40 out of 42 games, starting in 38 of those. Finished the season with a .333 batting average and a .577 slugging percentage. Led the Eagles in homeruns (7) and fielding percentage (.991). Had multi-hit games against Ferrum (Mar. 5), Bluffton (Mar. 6), St. Benedicts (Mar. 7), St. Francis College (Mar. 7), Keene (Apr. 5), Thomas (Apr. 11), Maine Maritime (Apr. 22), Lyndon (Apr. 25), Johnson (Apr. 26) and Farmington (May 1). Pitched 114 innings, with 79 strikeouts with an opposing batting average of .299. Finished the season with a 13-6 record and a 3.91 ERA. Named Most Valuable Player in the NAC Championship Tournament, contributing both on the mound and at the plate. Went 4-10 at the plate, including 2 homeruns and 7 RBI’s. On the mound she allowed only 3 earned runs in 12.1 innings pitched. Also earned the honor of being named to the North Atlantic All-Conference First Team. 2010: Appeared in 36 games with 28 starts. Finished the season hitting .231, with 6 doubles and 2 homeruns. Had a 3-run homerun against Bates on April 6th and went 5 for 7 in a doubleheader against Johnson State on April 11th. Had a multi-hit game in the season opener against UT Dallas. Threw 91 innings on the season, posting a 10-6 win-loss record. Threw a complete game no-hitter on May 1st vs Maine Maritime Academy to help advance the Eagles to their 2nd NCAA Regional. Earned NAC Pitcher of the Week honors the week of May 3rd. Was named to the NAC All-Tournament team, and collected NAC First Team All-Conference honors for the second consecutive year. 2011: Will take a redshirt year due to a knee injury, and hopes to return for her Senior campaign in the 2012 season.

NICOLE SARGENT #15 Career Totals – Pitching ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year ERA W/L APP IP H ER BB SO 2008 2.11 2-1 10 23.2 17 7 18 17 2009 3.92 13-6 25 114.2 141 64 37 79 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 3.38 10-6 20 90 93 44 33 49 Totals

3.53

25-13

55

228

251

115

88

145

Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB 2008 10 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 40 .333 111 25 37 29 6 0 7 6 0 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 36 .231 78 9 18 14 6 0 2 9 1 Totals

86

.275

200

34

55

43

12

0

9

15

1

9


HUSSON SOFTBALL TEAM #

17

Kody Lyon Sophomore – Pitcher Major: Marketing Dalton, NH / White Mountains 2010: Emerged as one of the top pitchers for the Eagles throwing a team high of 109.1 innings. Finished the season with a 3.97 ERA and a 13-7 record. Held opponents to a .290 batting average and struck out 80. At the plate, batted .364 in 11 at-bats, knocking in 5 runs and provided several key hits for the Eagles. Struck out 7 against Johnson (Apr. 11), and 8 against Castleton (Apr. 18) while picking up the win in both. Picked up NAC Pitcher of the Week honors the week of April 19th, earning 2 wins and a save in 16 innings of work. Allowed only 1 earned run while striking out 15. KODY LYON #17 Career Totals – Pitching ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year ERA W/L APP IP H ER BB SO ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 3.97 13-7 23 109.1 133 62 21 80 Totals

109.1 133 62 21 80 Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 7 .364 11 1 4 5 1 0 0 0 0 Totals

10

3.97

7

13-7

.364

11

23

1

4

5

1

0

0

0

0


HUSSON SOFTBALL TEAM #

24

Diann Ramsey Senior – Short Stop / 3rd Base Major: Psychology Otisfield, ME / Oxford Hills 2008: Played at Pine Manor College, MA. 2009: Appeared and started in all 42 games at shortstop. Finished the season with a .907 fielding percentage, committing just 12 errors on the season. Batted .283 with six doubles and 10 RBI’s. Had multi-hit games against St. Benedicts (Mar. 7), University of Maine Presque Isle (Apr. 15), Castleton (Apr. 19), Maine Maritime Academy (Apr. 22), and Colby (Apr. 23). Was named to the Husson Student-Athlete All-Academic Team. 2010: Started 42 of 43 games at shortstop. Had a .903 fielding percentage. Finished the season with a career high .380 batting average. Had 38 hits, with 10 extra-base hits and 21 RBI’s. Had multi-hit games against Southern Maine (Apr. 2), Bates (Apr. 6), Lyndon (Apr. 10), Johnson (Apr. 11), Farmington (Apr. 14), Castleton (Apr. 18), and Maine Maritime (Apr. 21, Apr. 30). Went 4 for 5 on April 20th against Farmington. Was named to the Husson Student-Athlete All-Academic Team.

DIANN RAMSEY #24 Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB 2009 42 .283 60 17 17 10 6 1 1 9 2 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 42 .380 100 21 38 21 8 0 2 9 4 Totals

84

.344

160

38

55

31

14

1

3

18

6

11


HUSSON SOFTBALL TEAM #

34

Lona Sargent Sophomore - Outfield Major: Hospitality Management Sullivan, ME / Sumner Memorial 2010: Started 21 games and appeared in 27 during her freshman campaign. Batted .425 while scattering 31 hits including 6 doubles. Had an on-base percentage of .434 and 2 stolen bases. On April 11th went 2 for 4 with 3 RBI’s and 2 runs scored against Johnson. Had multi-hit games against U of Dallas (Mar. 19), Lyndon (Apr. 10), Johnson (Apr. 11), Farmington (Apr. 20), and Thomas (Apr. 23 and 30).

LONA SARGENT #34 Career Totals – Hitting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Year GP Avg. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB SB ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2010 27 .425 73 15 31 15 6 0 0 2 2 Totals

12

27

.425

73

15

31

15

6

0

0

2

2


HUSSON SOFTBALL TEAM #

7

#

8

Rebecca McCarty

Taryn Kennedy

First Year – Pitcher

First Year – Outfield

Major: Physical Education Skowhegan, ME / Skowhegan

Major: Psychology Farmington, ME / Mt. Blue

#

10

#

11

Amanda Gifford

Amanda Ryan

Junior – 1B/OF

First Year – Pitcher

Major: English Lee, ME / Lee Academy

Major: Undeclared Brewer, ME / Brewer

#

22

Kelly Naegelin First Year – Pitcher Major: Chemistry Cohasset, MA / Cohasset

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HUSSON SOFTBALL TEAM 2011 Rosters BY POSITION

7 11 15 17 22

1 4

Rebecca McCarty Amanda Ryan Nicole Sargent Kody Lyon Kelly Naegelin

FY FY SR (inj) SO FY

Sarah Risser Kristen Sousa

JR JR

3 12 14 24

Aimee Mortensen Megan Richard Brianna Webster Diann Ramsey

SO SR JR SR

2 8 10 13 34

Courtney Hill SO Taryn Kennedy FY Amanda Gifford JR Dorothy Cameron SR Lona Sargent

5

14

Kara Poirier

SO

PITCHERS R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R CATCHERS R/R R/R INFIELDERS R/R R/R R/R R/R OUTFIELDERS L/R R/R L/L R/R R/R UTILITY R/R

Skowhegan, ME / Skowhegan Brewer, ME / Brewer Sullivan, ME / Sumner Memorial Dalton, NH / White Mountains Cohasset, MA / Cohasset Brewer, ME / Brewer Detroit, ME / Maine Central Institute Biddeford, ME / Biddeford Wilton, ME / Mt. Blue Belfast, ME / Belfast Otisfield, ME / Oxford Hills Calais, ME / Calais Farmington, ME / Mt. Blue Lee, ME / Lee Academy South Plainfield, NJ / South Plainfield Sullivan, ME / Sumner Memorial Berlin, ME

Numerical

Alphabetical

Roster by Class

Roster by State

1 2 3 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 22 24 34

13 10 2 8 17 7 3 22 5 24 12 1 11 34 15 4 14

First Year 4 (McCarty, Kennedy, Ryan, Naegelin)

Maine: 13 (Risser, Hill, Mortensen, Sousa, McCarty, Kennedy, Gifford, Ryan, Richard, Webster, N. Sargent, Ramsey, L. Sargent)

Sarah Risser Courtney Hill Aimee Mortensen Kristen Sousa Kara Poirier Rebecca McCarty Taryn Kennedy Amanda Gifford Amanda Ryan Megan Richard Dorothy Cameron Brianna Webster Nicole Sargent Kody Lyon Kelly Naegelin Diann Ramsey Lona Sargent

Cameron, Dorothy Gifford, Amanda Hill, Courtney Kennedy, Taryn Lyon, Kody McCarty, Rebecca Mortensen, Aimee Naegelin, Kelly Poirier, Kara Ramsey, Diann Richard, Megan Risser, Sarah Ryan, Amanda Sargent, Lona Sargent, Nicole Sousa, Kristen Webster, Brianna

Sophomores: 5 (Hill, Mortensen, Poirier, Lyon, L. Sargent) Juniors: 4 (Risser, Sousa, Gifford, Webster) Seniors: 4 (Richard, Cameron, N. Sargent, Ramsey)

New Hampshire: 2 (Poirier, Lyon) Massachusetts: 1 (Naegelin) New Jersey: 1 (Cameron)


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HUSSON EAGL

2011 HUSSON SOF

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DATE

OPPONENT

TIME

LOCATION

DATE

OPPONENT

MARCH

vs. Southwestern (Tex.) vs. Augsburg vs. Marian (WI) vs. Denison vs. Central (IA) vs. Staten Island vs. Schreiner vs. Lakeland vs. Dickinson

8:00am 10:00am 4:00pm 8:00am 1:00pm 3:00pm 12:00pm 2:00pm 10:00am

@ Tucson (Az.) @ Tucson (Az.) @ Tucson (Az.) @ Tucson (Az.) @Tucson (Az.) @ Tucson (Az.) @ Tucson (Az.) @ Tucson (Az.) @ Tucson (Az.)

MARCH APRIL

vs. North Central (Ill.) Maine Southern Me. Me. - Presque Isle @ Keene St. Bates @ Me. - Farmington @ Castleton @ Green Mountain

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ES SOFTBALL

TBALL SCHEDULE

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DATE

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TIME

12:00pm 4:00pm 3:30pm 3:00pm 12:00pm 4:00pm 3:30pm 1:00pm 12:00pm

@ Tucson (Az.)

@ Maine @ Salem St. Johnson St. Lyndon St. @ Colby Maine Maritime Thomas (ME) @ Bowdoin

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LOCATION Husson University Husson University Husson University Husson University

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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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HUSSON ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

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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HUSSON EAGLES SOFTBALL

O’Keefe Softball Field Renovations In 2010, the Eagles enjoyed the donation of the bleachers from Bob and Fran O’Keefe. Placed directly behind home plate and adjacent to the home and visitors dugouts, the elevated bleachers greatly enhance the view for fans. Thanks to another generous donation from the O’Keefe’s, the 2011 season will flaunt even more improvements to the field. Pitching bullpens down both the first base and third base lines were built this past summer, and will be fenced in this spring. The next phase of the project is to build a retaining wall from dugout to dugout to replace the chain link fence that previously stood in its place. The brick wall will connect at each dugout and wrap around behind home plate to form the backstop. Mesh netting will replace the fencing to provide an improved view for spectators. Come out and watch the Eagles play on their upgraded field this spring!

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