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QUICK FACTS/CONTENTS

UNIVERSITY

Location........................................................................Bangor, Maine Founded.......................................................................................1898 Enrollment..................................................................................2,800 Nickname...................................................................................Eagles Colors...............................................................Green and Vegas Gold Conference....................................................................North Atlantic President................................................................Dr. Robert A. Clark Director of Athletics....................................................Frank Pergolizzi Associate AD/SWA........................................................Janine Gmitter Faculty Representative..................................................Greg Winston Head Athletic Trainer...................................................Janine Gmitter

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach......................................................................Josh Warren Alma Mater...........................................................Southern Maine ‘10 Record at Husson...................................................22-13 (4th Season) Career Record.........................................................22-13 (4th Season) E-mail.................................................................warrenj@husson.edu Assistant Coach.......................................Catherine Allen (2nd Season) Alma Mater........................................................Washington & Lee ‘11 Assistant Coach.........................................Cindi Howard (4th Season) Alma Mater..............................................................San Diego City ‘82

TEAM INFORMATION

Inaugural Season.....................................................................2015-16 All-Time Record................................................................22-13 (.629) All-Time NAC Record..........................................................17-9 (.654) All-Time Postseason Record.................................................2-3 (.400) All-Time Home....................................................................12-2 (.857) All-Time Away.......................................................................5-8 (.385) All-Time Neutral...................................................................4-3 (.571) 2017-18 Record...............................................................................7-5 2017-18 Home Record.....................................................................4-1 2017-18 Away Record.....................................................................1-3 2017-18 Neutral Record..................................................................2-1 2017-18 NAC Record/Finish.....................................................5-2/3rd

2018-19

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quick Facts/Table of Contents...........................................................1 Bangor High School Tennis Courts......................................................2 Athletic Facilities.............................................................................3-8 2018-19 Roster...................................................................................9 2018-19 Coaching Staff.....................................................................10 All-Time Eagle Records/Honors........................................................11 2018-19 Fall Schedule.................................................................12-13 Bangor: Our City...............................................................................14 About: Husson University..................................................................15 President..........................................................................................16 Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost.....................17 Director of Athletics.........................................................................18 Athletic Administration....................................................................19 Head Coaches...................................................................................20 About: North Atlantic Conference..............................................21-22 Sports Information Staff/Media Policies/Social Media Accounts....23 Interview Policies/Media Outlets.....................................................24

CREDITS

The 2018-19 Husson University Women’s Tennis Media Guide was produced by the Husson Sports Information Office. ON THE COVERS: The media guide covers are the work of the Sports Information Office. Front Cover - The 2018-19 Team Inside Front Cover - 2017 NAC Runner-Up Photo Inside Back Cover - Husson Athletics Corporate Sponsors Back Cover - Meridith Blessard STAFF: Thomas Branch ‘10 PHOTOS: Many images in this publication are the work of Monty Rand Photography. We are grateful for other images provided by the Bangor Daily News, Husson University Marketing and Sports Information Offices. PRINTING: Creative Printing Services, Bangor, Maine SPECIAL THANKS: The NAC, NCAA, Andrew Mahoney, Carly Gettler, Nick Petrone and Creative Printing Services.

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BANGOR HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS COURTS 2018-19

BANGOR HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS COURTS: HOME TO THE EAGLES SINCE 2015

The Bangor High School Tennis Courts is the home to Husson’s women’s tennis team. The team holds practices and plays matches during their fall conference season outdoors at the Bangor High School tennis courts. The four courts are in two banks of two and are within a few minutes drive from Husson University.

Armstrong Tennis Center

The Armstrong Tennis Center is an indoor tennis facility located in Hampden, Maine and is the indoor home to Husson’s women’s tennis program. The facility is used for practices and matches in the fall when there is inclement weather and during the winter months. The Armstrong Tennis Center has four indoor tennis courts. The owner, Dean Armstrong is a Husson alum. 2


ATHLETIC FACILITIES

2018-19

Wight’s Strength & Conditioning Facility

Husson opened the brand new Wight’s Strength & Conditioning Facility in conjunction with the start of 2016 fall athletic practices.   This 2,200 square foot facility serves Husson’s 21 intercollegiate sports and 500 plus athletes under the direction of Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Marissa Wehr.  It is equipped primarily with free weights in combination with half rack platforms and accessories.  This allows our athletes to do a variety of exercises and adds safety and quality to our workouts.

John P. Boucher Field

The John P. Boucher Field, home to Husson’s men’s and women’s soccer and lacrosse teams, and was built in 2001 through a generous donation by Husson alumnus John P. Boucher ‘66. In 2007, the field underwent a facelift. Once again, with Mr. Boucher’s generous support, the field lost it’s natural grass playing surface and was converted to FieldTurf. The $650,000 renovation made the John P. Boucher Field one of the finest collegiate fields in all of New England. Granite and iron fences surround the field and bench enclosures giving the complex that “old world” feel. With the help from yet another donation in the fall of 2011, the Boucher Field went through another fantastic renovation with the addition of a press box and lights. Night contests at Boucher Field are truly spectacular with the campus backdrop set against this beautiful facility. John Boucher ‘66 played three sports at Husson: baseball, men’s soccer, and men’s 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, Boucher 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 the national soccer record for consecutive state championships with ten with two coming prior to Boucher’s arrival. Boucher retired from coaching with a career record of 175-15-5. Boucher’s record in postseason play was 38-2, with both losses coming in the New Hampshire Division I State Championship finals. Boucher served as the head coach in 1997 and 2000 for the New Hampshire vs. Vermont Lions cup game. In 1999, Boucher was named the New Hampshire Coach of the Year for Division I and USC Northeast Regional Coach of the Year. The following year he was honored by the USC as the Division I National High School Coach of the Year. Boucher 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 owned and operated 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. 3


ATHLETIC FACILITIES

2018-19

Dr. John W. Winkin Sports Complex

The Dr. John W. Winkin Sports Complex is home to Husson’s baseball, field hockey, and football teams and is one of the best facilities in all of New England. The vision of legendary baseball coach Dr. John W. Winkin helped transform Husson’s baseball field into a multisport complex, complete with field turf, dugouts, and a press box. Dr. Winkin got the project off the ground by donating his summer camp to the school, and the proceeds from it jump started the project. His gift inspired long-time friend Harold Alfond to make a $1,000,000 donation to Husson for the “Harold Alfond Diamond”, field turf, and a drainage system to be installed. There is seating for 3,000 spectators for baseball, football, and field hockey games. Dr. Winkin served as the head baseball coach at Husson, Colby College, and the University of Maine at Orono. He also served as the Athletic Director at Colby and spent time working for both the Red Sox and the Yankees baseball franchises. Dr. Winkin was inducted into the College Baseball Hall of Fame in 2013. Sadly, Dr. Winkin passed away on July 19, 2014. However, his contributions to athletics and baseball at Husson and the state of Maine will be enjoyed by young people for years. Winkin Sports Complex has been the host site for many prestigious baseball tournaments, including the Maine American Legion Baseball Zone 1 and State Tournaments, Sunrise Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament, the North Eastern Athletic Conference East Division Baseball Tournament and the Maine High School Baseball All-Star Games. It has also been the host site for NCAA DIII Football Championship First Round games, Maine High School Football State Tournament and regular season games and as well North Atlantic Conference Field Hockey Championship Tournament games. In the fall of 2015, Winkin Sports Complex under went a facelift with the addition of a press box for football and field hockey. In the spring of 2016, the Winkin Sports Complex went under another facelift with replacement of the FieldTurf surface, updated drainage system, fencing and scoreboard.

Clara Swan Center & Trott Fitness Studios

The Swan Center bears the name of legendary Clara Swan; Husson student ‘32, professor, coach, and Dean. At the age of 104, Swan attended Husson basketball games and remained a faithful supporter of the University up until she passed away on January 7th, 2017.

The Swan Center houses the Richard ‘65 and Alice Trott Fitness Studio, a state-of- the-art fitness center with twenty cardiovascular fitness machines, a set of selectorized weight equipment for every major muscle group and a full range of free weight equipment. The facility underwent a dramatic 2012 facelift and is now climate-controlled with 3,000 square feet, flat screen TVs, and a sound system. Primary benefactors of the Swan Center were Husson alumnus Richard Trott ‘65 and his wife Alice. Built in 2001 as a fitness and performance testing center for students, the facility houses the Kenduskeag Research Center, which offers research equipment for performance testing. This research center was funded by Hilda Hutchins and is utilized across the curriculum, especially in the departments of Kinesiology, Physical Therapy and Physical Education. 4


ATHLETIC FACILITIES

2018-19

Bangor Municipal Golf Course The Bangor Municipal Golf Course is the home to Husson’s men's & women's golf teams, a 27Hole Championship layout designed by Geoffrey Cornish. Located minutes away from major attractions such as The Bangor Mall, historic downtown Bangor, the Cross Insurance Center, and Hollywood Casino, Bangor Municipal Golf Course is a great golf course for players of all abilities. In addition to the 27-hole golf course, there is also a grass tee driving range, two practice greens, a shortgame practice facility, a fully stocked pro shop, and a staff of PGA Professionals that offer a wide variety of instructional programs. For more information about the golf course, please visit their website: www.bangorgc.com.

Webber Pool

The Webber Pool is located in the Newman Athletic Facility. It is a 25 yard, six-lane, competitive pool and is home to Husson’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.

The pool is also used by Bangor High School swim & dive teams, Hurricane Swim Club and Husson students for recreation, conditioning, and injury rehabilitation, as well as by faculty and members of the community. Balcony seating for over 500 spectators makes this facility one of the finest in Eastern Maine. Extensive renovations continue to the pools structure, roof, and side walls. New signage, timing and pace clocks, lane lines, and flags have recently been added. It has hosted several prestigious events, including Maine YMCA, Maine USA Swimming and Maine High School State Championship meets.

J. Henry “Hank” Cameron Stadium

J. Henry “Hank” Cameron Stadium is one of the home tracks for the Husson men's and women's track & field teams and is located behind the William S. Cohen School on Garland Street in Bangor, Maine. Built in 1944, the facility houses multi-use athletic fields and Bangor’s only walking and running track. For years, the field was home to regional and state sports competitions and in 1959 even hosted an NFL exhibition game between the New York Giants and Green Bay Packers. 5


ATHLETIC FACILITIES

2018-19

William P. Newman Athletic Facility

The William P. Newman Athletic Facility is one of the original structures built on campus in 1968 when Husson moved to this location.

Named after William Newman, Husson trustee and prominent Maine banker, this facility serves students, faculty, and the community. The maple center court of William P. Newman Gymnasium is home to volleyball, basketball, intramurals, classes and special events, as it seats 1,200. Locker rooms, an athletic training facility, a free weight room, classrooms, coaches’ offices, and athletic administration offices are also part of this busy building. The Webber Pool, Swan Center, D. Bruce MacGregor Sports Hall of Fame, Kenduskeag Human Performance Institute, Trott Fitness Center and Wadleigh Academic Center are all attached to the Newman Athletic Facility.

William P. Newman Gymnasium

The William P. Newman Gymnasium is the home to the men’s and women’s basketball teams and the women’s volleyball team and was completed in 1968, and named in honor of former Husson Trustee and prominent Maine Banker, William P. Newman.

The Gym seats approximately 1,200 spectators. In addition to being used for all-campus events, the gymnasium has hosted several North Atlantic Conference, Maine Athletic Conference, Sunrise Conference, Northeast Collegiate Conference, National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, and Eastern College Athletic Conference Tournament games.

Wadleigh Academic Center

The Wadleigh Academic Center was built in 2015 by a generous donation by Husson alumnus and the president and chief executive officer of Governor’s Restaurant Randy Wadleigh and his wife Angela. The new facility is located in the Newman Athletic Facility immediately adjacent to it’s main lobby. The center is designed to help student athletes and other students, better prepare for academic success. It has a comfortable adaptable design that encourages student collaboration and learning.

Wadleigh is a 1987 graduate of Husson University where he majored in business administration. He was also a member of the Husson men’s basketball team and understands, first hand, the challenges that students experience in trying to strike a balance between athletics and academics. In 1999, Wadleigh was inducted into Husson Sports Hall of Fame. 6


ATHLETIC FACILITIES

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D. Bruce MacGregor Sports Hall of Fame Room The D. Bruce MacGregor Hall of Fame Room was established in 1998 by the support of Warren Caruso ‘89, ‘03 and his wife Nicole ‘86 is the home to the Husson Sports Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame Room is named after Sports Hall of Fame Committee Chairman, Bruce MacGregor, who is also a 1998 inductee. Coach MacGregor was a storied men’s basketball, baseball and men’s golf coach at Husson who amassed over 1000 career wins. He remains active in Husson athletics to this day. Newly renovated in 2012, the room reopened over Husson’s Homecoming weekend in October of 2012. The Hall of Fame Room is used for athletics receptions, press conferences, and additional events and meetings.

The Husson University Sports Hall of Fame was established in 1985 to honor outstanding athletes, athletic administrators, and coaches for their athletic performances, leadership, and contributions to their teams while at Husson University, Husson College, Bangor Maine School of Commerce, Maine School of Commerce - Bangor Branch and Shaw Business School.

Robert & Frances O’Keefe Softball Field The Robert & Frances O’Keefe Softball Field is the home to Husson’s softball team since 2005 and was made possible by the generous gift from the O’Keefe’s. Located in the shadow of John P. Boucher Field, the softball field has undergone several renovations in the last few years, making it one of the finest fields in New England. Recently, a press box with storage and two additional bleachers were added in 2013, increasing the capacity to nearly 400, while also making O’Keefe Field handicap accessible. In 2011, O’Keefe Field went under another renovation with a new stone backstop and netting system, as well as rebuilted bullpens and a new set of bleachers. The field was built in the fall of 2004. It was built to NCAA regulation as it measures 200 feet down the left and right field lines and 210 in center. The field has a grass outfield with a dirt infield, the playing area is completely fenced in and it has an excellent drainage system. O’Keefe Field hosted its first varsity softball game against Maine Maritime on April 5, 2005. The Eagles defeated the Mariners, 7-3, in game one of their North Atlantic Conference doubleheader. O’Keefe Field has been the host site for the for NAC Softball Championship Tournament from 2008-14,17. Robert (Bob) O’Keefe graduated from Husson in 1967 with a BS in Business Administration. He earned an MS in Management from SUNY Albany in 1985. He had a long and successful career in sales, beginning with Shell Oil Company in 1967 and the Angelica Corporation in 1979. Bob retired from his position as the Angelica Corporation Northeastern US Regional Manager of Sales in 1995 but continued to work for Angelica as a consultant until his full retirement in 2007. O’Keefe is a proud member of both the Husson Alumni and Sports Hall of Fames. He has lived in and worked out of the Albany, N.Y. area since 1969. Bob’s wife Fran is a native of Albany, and they have been married since 1979. 7


ATHLETIC FACILITIES Saxl Park

2018-19

Saxl Park is the home to Husson’s men’s and women’s cross country teams and located between State Street and Mount Hope Avenue in Bangor, Maine. This very pleasant trail system is a series of loops going through a large field with a small pond near the northern end. Some sections have stone dust surface, others are simply mowed paths. There are several benches for those who want to rest and enjoy the surroundings. Bobolinks nest in the field. The approximately 75 acres of undeveloped land along the western boundary provides habitat for birds and other wildlife that can be viewed from the park.

New Balance Field House Originally opened in 1926, the newly named New Balance Field House underwent a $6 million renovation project. The field house reopened in late January of 2014 for use by the University of Maine track & field team and the Husson University track & field team, as well as more than 500 students from 17 high schools in the Penobscot Valley Conference – Eastern Maine Indoor Track League. Among the renovation highlights: Newly surfaced track (shortened from 218 meters to 191 meters to meet NCAA requirements) with a fourth running lane and a second long jump/ triple jump pit added. Updated mechanical, lighting, life safety and ADA accessibility. New spectator area with bleachers. New press/operations area for event management. Permanent throwing circle, with a retractable throwing cage. New sports netting system to enclose the entire infield. UMaine-branded color scheme on walls, trusses and floor.

Brewer Community School Track & Field Complex Brewer Community School Track & Field Complex is one of the home tracks for the Husson men's and women's track & field teams and is located behind the Brewer Community School on Pendleton Street in Brewer, Maine. Built in 2010, the facility houses a multi-use athletic field and Brewer’s only walking and running track.

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2018-19 HUSSON EAGLES ROSTER Name

Yr.

Jocelyn Bell Meridith Blessard Marisa Brown Rheylan Burke Emma Fontaine Hannah Malinen Ashley Matlock Nicci Munroe Julia O'Leary Natalie Tilton

Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Ht.

Hometown / High School

2018-19

Major

Pre-Pharmacy 5-1 Holden, Maine / John Bapst Memorial Nursing 5-6 Lincoln, Maine / Mattanawcook Academy Lincoln, R.I. / Lincoln Occupational Therapy 5-5 Legal Studies 5-3 Old Town, Maine / Old Town Pharmacy 5-4 Manchester, N.H. / Manchester West Physical Therapy 5-8 Middletown, Pa. / Lower Dauphin Health Sciences 5-2 Caribou, Maine / Caribou Criminal Justice/Psychology 5-9 Rindge, N.H. / Conant Occupational Therapy 5-3 Bristol, Conn. / Bristol Eastern Occupational Therapy 5-9 Lincoln, Maine / Mattanawcook Academy Head Coach: Josh Warren (Southern Maine ’10), 4th Season Assistant Coach: Catherine Allen (Washington & Lee ‘11), 2nd Season Assistant Coach: Cindi Howard (San Diego State ‘83), 4th Season Captain: Meridith Blessard Athletic Trainer: Mason Roy

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2018-19 COACHING STAFF

2018-19

Josh Warren Head Coach • Fourth Season at Husson • 22-13 (.629) Josh Warren, the winningest (22-13, .629) coach in program history, begins his fourth season as the Husson head women’s tennis coach in 2018-19.

OVERVIEW: Warren was named the program’s inaugural head coach on January 6th, 2015 and has built the program from a start-up to an established NCAA Division III, conference power-level team, which has finished the past two seasons (2016, 2017) as the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women’s Tennis Championship Runner-Up.

RECENTLY:

season.

In his third season at the helm, Warren guided the Eagles to a 7-5 overall record and a 5-2 mark in NAC play. As the #3 seed the Eagles knocked off the #2 seeded Castleton University, 6-2 to avenged a loss earlier in season to advance to the program’s second consecutive NAC Championship Final. In the championship match, the Eagles fell to #1 seeded Colby-Sawyer College, 5-0, finishing the season as NAC Runner-Up for the second straight

Five members of the Husson University women’s tennis team received recognition from the NAC by being named to the 2017 All-Conference team. Charlotte Bednarz and Sarah Smith led the way for the Eagles by earning First Team Doubles honors, while Smith and Meridith Blessard were named to the Second Team Singles squad and Emma Fontaine landed on the All-Sportsmanship Team. Off the court, Warren saw four players earn NAC All-Academic Team honors.

PREVIOUSLY: Before coming to Husson, Warren was an assistant men’s and women’s coach at Colby College from 2012-14. Before that, he was an assistant men’s and women’s coach at Ithaca College from 2010-11.

PERSONAL:

Assistant Coaches Catherine Allen 2nd Season Cindi Howard 4th Season

Warren is the founder and developer of Integrated Tennis, which implements both time-honored and modern mind/body techniques combining Western Sport Psychology with Eastern Yoga, to run workshops, presentations, and individual sessions for coaches and athletes looking to take their performance to the next level.

During the summer of 2015, Warren assumed the role as the head tennis professional at Sankaty Golf Club on Nantucket Island, Mass., and directs all aspects of the tennis program. He has spent summers as a tennis professional there since 2009. Warren is also an instructor at the Armstrong Tennis Center. Warren earned his PTR professional tennis certification while coaching at the world class Van Der Meer Tennis Academy in Hilton Head Island, S.C., in 2008. Warren was a four-year letterwinner on the men’s tennis team at the University of Southern Maine from 2007-10 where he had a combined singles/ doubles record of 71-32 and led the team to its first NCAA Division III National Tournament appearance in 2007. He played in the top singles and doubles spot and captained the team. He was also recognized as Little East Conference Player of the Week multiple times and spent a record-setting five consecutive weeks as Rookie of the Week. Warren earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from University of Southern Maine in 2010 and a Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Sciences with an emphasis in Sport Psychology from Ithaca College in 2012. A native of Hermon, Maine, Warren attended Hermon High School.

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ALL-TIME EAGLE RECORDS/HONORS 2018-19 YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

SERIES W/L RECORDS THRU 2017

Castleton Colby Colby-Sawyer Green Mountain Northern Vermont-Johnson Northern Vermont-Lyndon Massachusetts Liberal Arts Southern Maine Thomas (Maine)

W 2 0 0 3 3 3 3 2 6

L

3 3 5 0 1 0 0 1 0

TG 4 3 5 3 4 3 3 3 6

Pct. .000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Most Wins: 8 2016 Most Losses: 5 2018 Best Win %: .714 Several Times Longest Winning Streak: 5 2015 Longest Losing Streak: 2 Several Times Longest Undefeated Streak: 5 2015

COACHES’ CAREER RECORDS COACH Josh Warren

SEASONS YEARS W L PCT. 2015-pr 3 22 13 .629 TOTAL 3 22 13 .629

ALL-CONFERENCE - SINGLES

Meridith Blessard 2015 (1), 2016 (1), 2017 (2) Sarah Smith 2017 (2)

ALL-CONFERENCE - DOUBLES Meridith Blessard Katie Pratt Charlotte Bednarz Sarah Smith

2015 (1), 2016 (2) 2015 (1), 2016 (2) 2016 (2), 2017 (1) 2016 (2), 2017 (1)

Sarah Smith

2015

Katie Pratt Jocelyn Bell Emma Fontaine

2015 2016 2017

CONFERENCE SENIOR SCHOLAR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR CONFERENCE ALL-SPORTSMANSHIP

YEAR HEAD COACH 2015-16 Josh Warren 2016-17 Josh Warren 2017-18 Josh Warren 3 Seasons

OVERALL CONFERENCE W-L PCT. W-L PCT. 7-4 .636 5-2 .714 8-4 .667 5-2 .714 7-5 .583 5-2 .714 22-13 .629 15-6 .714

ACHIEVEMENTS First Postseason Appearance NEAC-East Runner-Up NAC Runner-Up

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS TOTAL VICTORIES

Season: 14 Kelsey Pelletier.........................2016 Career 37 Sarah Smith........................2015-17

SINGLE VICTORIES

Season: 8 Kelsey Pelletier.........................2016 Career: 16 Sarah Smith........................2015-17

DOUBLE VICTORIES

Season: 8 Charlotte Bednarz....................2016 8 Sarah Smith..............................2016 Career: 21 Charlotte Bednarz...............2015-17 21 Sarah Smith........................2015-17

Katie Pratt ‘17

HONOR ROLL CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Samantha Dubay Alaina Dyer Emma Fontaine Kelsey Pelletier Katie Pratt Sarah Smith Charlotte Bednarz Meridith Blessard Elizabeth Adley Jocelyn Bell

ITA ALL-ACADEMIC Husson

2015, 2016, 2017 2015 2015 2015, 2016 2015, 2016 2015, 2016, 2017 2016 2016 2017 2017 2016

ITA SCHOLAR ATHLETES Elizabeth Adley Charlotte Bednarz Meridith Blessard Samantha Dubay Alaina Dyer Emma Fontaine Kelsey Pelletier Katie Pratt Sarah Smith

2016 2016 2016 2016 2016 2016 2016 2016 2016

EAGLE AWARD WINNERS

2015 Katie Pratt 2016 Katie Pratt 2017 Meridith Blessard

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MEN’S TENNIS SCHEDULE

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BANGOR: OUR CITY

2018-19

Top entertainers are drawn to Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion (left) and Cross Insurance Center, two top venues in downtown Bangor. Eric Church (right) performs at the waterfront stage for a sold out concert in July 2016.

Husson's vibrant hometown of Bangor ranks as the major commercial and cultural center for eastern and northern Maine. Bangor is the third most populous city in Maine, as it has been for more than a century. Bangor is the largest market town, distribution center, transportation hub, and media center in a five-county area whose population tops 330,000 and which includes Penobscot, Piscataquis, Hancock, Aroostook and Washington counties. Husson students, faculty, staff and visitors cite Bangor as one of the leading perks of the university, which is located just two miles north of the bustling, exciting and welcoming downtown. Bangor has become one of northeast’s top urban attractions, exuding all of the charm and hospitality one expects from a grand Northern city with the amenities expected in the largest destinations. The secret is out on Bangor and its metro population of 153,923. The city is diverse in attractions, accommodations and niche districts. Bangor enjoys a diverse and youthful population, unique neighborhoods and parks, and an abundance of entertainment districts.

Andy Hurley, drummer for Fall Out Boy performing at the waterfront stage for a sold out concert in June 2016.

TAKING NOTICE OF BANGOR “Cleanest City in the Nation for Ozone Pollution and Short-Term Particle Pollution, Second Cleanest City in the Northeast and 23rd Cleanest City for Year-Round Particle Pollution” - American Lung Association, 2014 “25 Best Places to Retire” - Forbes, 2013 “Best Places to Live the Good Life for Under $30K” - AARP Magazine, 2013 “Top 10 Winter Cities” - Livability.com, 2011 and 2012 “America’s Top 100 Places to Live” - RelocateAmerica.com, 2010 “Top 25 Places to Raise a Family” - Children’s Health Magazine, 2009 “Top 25 Places to Retire” - Money Magazine, 2009 14

Pete Wentz, bassist for Fall Out Boy performing at the waterfront stage for a sold out concert in June 2016.


HUSSON UNIVERSITY

2018-19

Founded in 1898 as the Shaw Business School on the second floor of a building in downtown Bangor, Husson is one of the northeast’s leading institutions of higher learning, a midsize, private comprehensive research university that emphasizes undergraduate learning and living experiences. Members of the 2018-19 undergraduate student body, including Husson studentathletes, are outstanding academic achievers and active participants in the campuses' many organizations and activities. They also compose the most diverse enrollment ever as Husson continues to attract students from many ethnic, cultural, socio-economic, geographic and religious backgrounds. Since its inception, the university has taken great pride in the quality of education – and quality of life – its students enjoy. Each of the five undergraduate colleges – College of Business, College of Health and Education, New England School of Communications, School of Sciences and Humanities and School of Pharmacy – attracts students with varying goals and dreams. At Husson, professors know their students’ names and take an interest in students’ ideas. Recognized globally for their research and scholarship prowess, faculty members believe in the importance of balancing professional pursuits with classroom instruction, and they value their relationships with students. Some of the nation’s leading scholars teach at Husson, helping students develop an academic program that meets individual objectives, and they encourage students to enhance primary areas of study by choosing among hundreds of elective courses, course-related internships, off-campus study and accelerated degree programs. Through the Honor Code, student-directed service opportunities and campus programs, undergrads also consider moral and ethical issues and put the many facets of their lives into a personal framework of values. At Husson, the big material resources are in place: beautiful grounds and buildings, wellequipped classrooms and labs, modern options for housing, and ample athletic and recreational facilities. Off campus, undergrads have all the urban conveniences offered by one of Maine’s most vibrant cities, Bangor. Though located within a short distance of downtown activities, the quality of Husson life is reflected in much smaller, less public ways – attending an Eagle sporting event, researching papers, running into friends while walking on campus, or grabbing a late-night snack.

HUSSON FACTS • Undergraduate enrollment - 2,800 • Graduate enrollment - 710 • Full-time faculty - 144 • 457 university employees • 208-acre scenic campus located just north of downtown Bangor • Campus includes 13 buildings • 20,242 living alumni; 1,219 reside in Bangor 15


PRESIDENT

2018-19

President Robert A. Clark was raised in Albion, Maine, where he spent many an afternoon watching the great Carl Yastrzemski of the Red Sox slug hits in Fenway Park. Named Husson’s sixth president in 2010, Clark has taken a keen interest in athletics at Husson during his five years at the University. His appreciation for athletics and his commitment to the success of the Eagles was on frequent display in the last year, including being among the first to extend congratulations to the football, men’s golf, women’s basketball and men’s basketball conference champions. Clark also served as the chair of the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Presidents’ Council from 2014-2016. This support has included the endorsement of an athletics capital improvement plan that has surpassed $20 million, which orchestrates efforts to improve the student experience for athletes and assists with recruiting. Prior to the Husson presidency, Clark served as the Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and Dean of the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration at the University of Evansville in Indiana. He also was the founding executive director of the University’s Institute for Global Enterprise in Indiana. He has held academic appointments as a faculty member in Finance and Global Business at Butler University, the University of Tampa, and the University of Vermont. Clark has led a number of important initiatives at Husson, including the creation of the Edward O. and Mary Ellen Darling Learning Center, the Ronan Center for Financial Technology, the Wadleigh Academic Center and a Southern Maine satellite campus. He also helped secure a $1 million gift to create the Dr. Phil Grant Distinguished Professorship in Management and Economics and increased the endowment by over $6.5 million. During Clark’s tenure, Husson has witnessed the graduation of the first class from the School of Pharmacy, received ACPE accreditation, received CACREP accreditation for two graduate counseling programs, integrated the New England School of Communications into the institution and received National Recognition for the university’s Internship Program. In addition, Clark has experience as a United States Army Administrative Officer, Consultant, Pension Administrator and Controller. Clark has served as a Fulbright Scholar at the Norwegian School of Management and as a guest faculty member at the Business and Economics University in Vienna. He has published articles on securities market regulation and emerging markets in a number of refereed academic journals, authored major grants from the Lilly Foundation, U.S. Department of Education, and the Kemper Foundation, and currently serves on the Bloomberg Businessweek’s Academic Advisory Panel. Clark earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish from the University of Maine in 1976 and Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration in 1977. He earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration in 1983. Clark was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy in Finance with a minor in Economics from Purdue University in 1989. The Albion native attended Lawrence High School and is married to Patricia McGarry, a graduate of nearby Bangor High School and the University of Maine. They have two daughters: Sarah and Elizabeth.

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SENIOR VP FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS & PROVOST 2018-19 Husson University prepares students for fulfilling professional careers and a lifetime of personal growth. The academic community has carefully designed each major to include a strong foundation of general education coursework combined with the professional courses that connect theory to practice. Professors and advisors prioritize quality classroom instruction and personal student attention. Close collaboration between athletics and academics results in a full range of support for our student athletes that includes academic and career services. That a number of coaches also teach at Husson University demonstrates confidence in our coaching staff and the community-wide effort of developing athletes as students within and outside of the classroom. Athletes at Husson develop skills in leadership, teamwork, organization and self-discipline. At Husson, staff, faculty, and administrators encourage athletes to engage in all aspects of the University community so as to fully integrate these lessons into the greater community. I am grateful for the efforts the athletic department and fully acknowledge their vibrant contributions to Husson University through the student athlete experience. Lynne Coy-Ogan, Ed.D. Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS School of Accounting A.S. Accounting B.S. Accounting B.S. Accounting/Computer Information Systems B.S. Accounting/MBA (5-yr) School of Business and Management A.S. Business Administration B.S. in Business Administration/ MBA (5-yr) Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management Financial Management Financial Planning General Healthcare Management Interdisciplinary Program of Study International Business Management Marketing Management B.S. Business and Liberal Studies B.S. Business and Professional Studies Master of Business Administration (MBA) Athletic Administration Biotechnology and Innovation Data Analytics General (Corporate) Healthcare Management Hospitality Management Organizational Management Risk Management School of Legal Studies A.S. Criminal Justice A.S. Paralegal Studies B.S. Criminal Justice/M.S. C. J. A. B.S. Criminal Justice/B.S. Psychology (dual degree program) B.S. Criminal Justice

B.S. Forensic Science B.S. Legal Studies (pre-Law) B.S. Paralegal Studies M.S. Criminal Justice Administration (MSCJA) School of Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management B.S. Hospitality and Tourism Management Sales and Marketing Small Business Entrepreneurship B.S. Integrated Technology Computer Information Systems Software Development Web Design and Development B.S. Sport Management B.S. Hospitality and Tourism Management/MBA (5-yr) B.S. Integrated Technology/MBA (5-yr) B.S. Sport Management/MBA (5-yr) Minors Accounting Coaching Computer Information Systems Hospitality Management Tourism and Recreation Certificates Accounting Advanced Civil Practice Certificate Advanced Criminal Practice Certificate Business Administration Counter-Terrorism and Security Entrepreneurship Paralegal Sales Small Business Management Web Design Web Media

COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND EDUCATION School of Education B.S. Educational Studies - Career and Technical B.S. Elementary Education B.S. Secondary Education English Life Science Physical Science Teacher Certification Program M.S. Human Relations M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling M.S. School Counseling School of Nursing B.S. Nursing (BSN) M.S. Nursing Family & Community Nurse Practitioner Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Educational Leadership Post-Masters Certificate Family Community Nurse Practitioner Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner School of Occupational Therapy B.S. Healthcare Studies/M.S. Occupational Therapy M.S. Occupational Therapy School of Physical Therapy B.S. Exercise Science/Doctor of Physical Therapy Doctor of Physical Therapy SCHOOL OF PHARMACY Doctor of Pharmacy NEW ENGLAND SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS B.S. Communications Technology Audio Engineering Live Sound Technology Video Production

B.S. Mass Communications Journalism Marketing Communications Radio Broadcasting Sports Journalism B.S. Entertainment Production Theater Production Audio/Visual Engineering COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES B.S. Biology B.S. Biochemistry B.S. Data Analytics B.S. English (Regular & Pre-Law) B.S. Environmental Science B.S. Exercise Science B.S. Health Sciences (Regular & Pre-Pharm) B.S. Healthcare Administration & Public Health B.S. Psychology B.S. Liberal Studies Undeclared Major (First-year only)

Academic Deans

Dr. Patricia Bixel

Dr. Marie Hansen

Paula Tingley

Rhonda Waskiewicz

Dean of the College of Science and Humanities

Dean of the College of Business and NESCOM

Interim Dean of the College of Health and Education

Interim Dean of the School of Pharmacy

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

2018-19

Since 2013, Frank Pergolizzi has guided Husson to significant levels of accomplishment as the university’s Director of Athletics.

Pergolizzi occupies an important leadership role on campus, serving in numerous capacities since arriving in Bangor in October 2013. From his role in the Newman Athletic Facility, Pergolizzi serves on the Senior Cabinet for the university and the Husson Sports Hall of Fame Committee. He has chaired four different personnel searches for significant roles on campus. He also is active within the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) serving as chair of the athletics directors’ council on the NAC Executive Committee. In his time in Bangor, Pergolizzi has placed his stamp on the program, positioning Husson Athletics among NCAA Division III’s most successful in the nation. Under his leadership, four varsity sports (women’s golf, women’s tennis, men’s indoor track and field and men’s outdoor track and field) have been added, bringing the department’s total number to 22. He has witnessed Husson teams win twenty one total conference championships in football (3), men’s golf (3), men’s basketball (2), field hockey (3), women’s basketball (3), men’s soccer, women’s outdoor track and field (2), men’s outdoor track and field, and softball (3). In the last year, Football recorded a first round NCAA victory over nationally ranked Springfield College while field hockey earned a first round win over nationally ranked Babson and golfer Eric Dugas made the cut to the final rounds at the NCAA Championship and finished tied for 12th in the nation. In 2014, Pergolizzi secured an exclusive apparel deal for the entire Eagle athletics department with Adidas. That contract has already been renewed for 2019. The cumulative grade point average for Husson student-athletes has continued at high levels throughout Pergolizzi’s tenure. Competitive successes, such as a school-record eight straight NAC men’s golf championships from 2006-13 and eight straight regular season and seven straight NAC Tournament titles for softball from 2008-15, are an expectation on campus. Individual accomplishments have also become the norm, with 15 Husson student-athletes being named to an AllAmerica team and over 232 being named All-Conference. Pergolizzi has addressed numerous facility upgrades, including the creation of the Wadleigh Academic Center and the Wight’s Sporting Goods Strength & Conditioning Facility. A pressbox for football and field hockey has been constructed in the Dr. John W. Winkin Complex while the playing surface in the Winkin Complex has been completely replaced and upgraded to a state of the art facility. Pergolizzi joined Husson from West Virginia University Institute of Technology where he served as athletics director beginning in 2009. He is currently in his 25th year as a collegiate director of athletics having also served at Saint Francis (Pa.), East Tennessee State and Southeastern Louisiana University. During his time at Saint Francis, Pergolizzi also served as the head football coach. Pergolizzi serves on the boards of the Bangor Boys and Girls Club, Convention and Visitors Bureau, as well as the Town of Hampden Recreation Committee. A native of Brooklyn, New York, Pergolizzi received a Bachelor of Arts in American Civilization from Williams College and Master of Arts in Physical Education and Sport Administration from Western Michigan University. Frank and his wife, Mary, and their Airedale Piper, reside in Hampden, Maine. 18


ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

Frank Pergolizzi

Director of Athletics

Janine Gmitter

Associate Athletic Director – Head Athletic Trainer/SWA

Sam Spargo

Interim Sports Information Director

Jason Harvey

Assistant Athletic Director – Facilities

Greg Winston

Faculty Athletic Representative

2018-19

Diann Ramsey

Director of Compliance

Janice Clark

Administrative Coordinator

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HEAD COACHES

Butch Babin ‘84 Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving

Warren Caruso ‘89, ‘03G, ‘18G Men’s Basketball

Mike Craig ‘13 Men’s Lacrosse

Amanda Cummings ‘12, ‘15G Women’s Soccer

Pat DeBeck Women’s Volleyball

Mike Dugas Men’s & Women’s Golf

Dorian Gilmartin-Dzitko Women’s Lacrosse

Kate Goupee Men’s & Women’s Cross Country Men’s &Women’s Indoor Track Men’s & Women’s Outdoor Track & Field

Jason Harvey ‘07 Baseball

Hilary Hoyt Cheer & Dance

Gavin Penny Men’s Soccer

Gabby Price Football

Sabrina Smith ‘14 Field Hockey

Kissy Walker ‘03G Women’s Basketball

Diann Ramsey ‘11 Softball

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2018-19

Josh Warren Women’s Tennis


NORTH ATLANTIC CONFERENCE 2018-19

The conference was formed in 1996 when Bay Path College, Lesley University, Lasell College, Maine Maritime Academy, Wheelock College and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy agreed to form the North Atlantic Women’s Conference. In 1999, Elms College, Becker College and Mount Ida College joined the conference and the conference was renamed the North Atlantic Conference (NAC). From this point forward the NAC held championships for both women and men. In 2001, the NAC added Castleton University and Northern Vermont University-Johnson and three associate members Thomas College, Husson University and the University of Maine at Farmington bring the NAC membership to ten full members and five associate members. In 2002, NAC expands once again by adding Thomas College, Husson University and UMaine-Farmington to full time status. This was NAC’s second major expansion in three years, bringing the NAC membership to 13 full members and two associate members. In 2004, the NAC received their first NCAA Championship automatic qualifiers for field hockey, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball and women’s and men’s Basketball. On May 1st, 2005 Julie Muller became the commissioner of the NAC. Inheriting the title from Mount Ida Athletic Director, Dr. Jacqueline Palmer, she became the first person to hold the sole title of commissioner for the 13-member NCAA Division III conference. In 2006, the NAC lost two full time members in Mount Ida College and Lasell College and lost one associate member. In 2007, the NAC received their first NCAA automatic qualifier in men’s lacrosse, baseball and men’s golf and lost five full time members: Bay Path College, Becker College, Elms College, Lesley University and Wheelock College. In 2008, the NAC expanded once again by adding two new full time members: Green Mountain College and Northern Vermont UniversityLyndon. In 2010, the NAC partnered with the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) in four sports: baseball, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s tennis, but the partnership ended for baseball and women’s lacrosse in the spring of 2012 and men’s and women’s tennis in fall of 2017. In 2012, the NAC added two new full time members New England College and Colby-Sawyer College and two associate members: Salem State University and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, bringing the NAC membership to ten full members and six associate members. In 2014, the NAC lost four long time field hockey associate members, bringing the NAC membership to ten full members and two associate members. In 2015, the NAC form a partnership with the NEAC once again, bringing together nine member schools that sponsor field hockey to compete within the NAC. In 2016, the NAC added the University of Maine at Presque Isle as an associate member in cross country and women’s volleyball, bring the NAC membership to ten full members and seven associate members. Marcella Zalot became the second commissioner of the NAC on June 13, 2016. Inheriting the title from Julie Muller, who served as the NAC’s first full-time commissioner. Castleton University, Colby-Sawyer College, New England College and Green Mountain College left the conference after the 2017-18 season. State University of New York at Canton and the University of Maine at Presque Isle joined the conference as full time members on July 1, 2018. State University of New York at Delhi will join the conference as a full time beginning with the 2019-20 season. NAC FULL-MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES Six public and two private institutions. Five members from Maine, two members from Vermont, and one member from New York. We have members in or near big cities and some that are situated in the country side. Our diversity is a defining characteristic of which we are very proud.

NAC NCAA AUTOMATIC QUALIFIERS

Men’s: Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Lacrosse, Tennis Women’s: Basketball, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Tennis

NAC OTHER SPORTS SPONSORED Baseball, Men’s & Women’s Cross Country, Field Hockey, Men’s & Women’s Outdoor Track & Field

NAC PURPOSE The mission of the conference is to provide member institutions with broad based conference schedules, conference championships, and access to NCAA postseason competition.

CONFERENCE OFFICE

Location: Waterville, Maine Commissioner: Marcella Zalot Associate Commissioner: Kate Roy

NAC PRESIDENTIAL LEADERSHIP

NAC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Athletic Directors’ Committee Chairperson: Frank Pergolizzi, Husson University Senior Woman Administrator: Julie Davis, University of Maine at Farmington Treasurer: Jamey Ventura, Northern Vermont University-Johnson & Lyndon Championships Chairperson: Shanda Ness, Thomas College

Presidents’ Council Chairperson: Elaine Collins, Northern Vermont University-Johnson & Lyndon Presidents’ Council Treasurer: Zvi Szafran, SUNY Canton

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NORTH ATLANTIC CONFERENCE HUSSON UNIVERSITY

GENERAL INFORMATION LESLEY UNIVERSITY

NORTHERN VERMONT UNIVERSITY-LYNDON

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT DELHI (2019-20) THOMAS COLLEGE

Location: Bangor, Maine Founded: 1898 Enrollment: 2,800 Nickname: Eagles President: Dr. Robert Clark Director of Athletics: Frank Pergolizzi Faculty Athletic Representative: Greg Winston Senior Woman Administrator: Janine Gmitter Sports Information Director: Sam Spargo Athletic Trainer: Janine Gmitter Head Coach: Josh Warren Location: Lyndonville, Vt. Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 1,519 Nickname: Hornets President: Elaine Collins Director of Athletics: Jamey Ventura Faculty Athletic Representative: Dan Daley Senior Woman Administrator: TBD Sports Information Director: Dave Pasiak Athletic Trainer: Kasey Kellard Head Coach: Laura Laramee

PAST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 2004..................................................Castleton 2005..................................................Castleton 2006.......................................................Becker 2007.......................................................Becker 2008............................................No Champion 2009..................................................Castleton 2010..................................................Castleton 2011..................................................Castleton 2012...........................................Colby-Sawyer 2013...........................................Colby-Sawyer 2014...........................................Colby-Sawyer 2015...........................................Colby-Sawyer 2016...........................................Colby-Sawyer 2017...........................................Colby-Sawyer

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Location: Cambridge, Mass. Founded: 1909 Enrollment: 2,655 Nickname: Lynx President: Richard Hansen (Interim) Director of Athletics: Jen Viana (Benway) Faculty Athletic Representative: Jim O’Keefe Senior Woman Administrator: Alecia Baran Sports Information Director: Heather Ross Athletic Trainer: Alecia Baran Head Coach: Shawna Sarson Location: Delhi, N.Y. Founded: 1913 Enrollment: 3,000 Nickname: Broncos President: Michael Laliberte Director of Athletics: Bob Backus Faculty Athletic Representative: Barbara Sturdevant Senior Woman Administrator: Cathy Foto Sports Information Director: Dan Graham Athletic Trainer: Rachel Gleason Head Coach: Courtney Hoyt

2018-19

NORTHERN VERMONT UNIVERSITY-JOHNSON

Location: Johnson, Vt. Founded: 1828 Enrollment: 1,759 Nickname: Badgers President: Elaine Collins Director of Athletics: Jamey Ventura Faculty Athletic Representative: James Black Senior Woman Administrator: Michele Whitmore Sports Information Director: Chad Copeland Athletic Trainer: James Nichols Head Coach: Michele Whitmore Location: Waterville, Maine Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 1,334 Nickname: Terriers President: Laurie Lachance Director of Athletics: Shanda Ness Faculty Athletic Representative: Mark Marsolais Senior Woman Administrator: Deb Biche-Labbe Sports Information Director: Cam Creamer Athletic Trainer: Pat Hubel Head Coach: Rob Disch


STAFF/MEDIA POLICIES/SOCIAL MEDIA

2018-19

HUSSONEAGLES.COM YOUR COMPLETE RESOURCE FOR HUSSON WOMEN’S TENNIS

Pre-game and post-game materials for the working media are updated regularly on the Husson Athletics website, hussoneagles.com. Most documents are available in .pdf format. Pre-game materials on the website include game notes, updated statistics, player and coaching bios, the latest Husson releases, and press conference video streaming and transcripts. A live stats program will be provided in the press box. Game books and final statistics will be provided via email.

SECURING GAMEDAY CREDENTIALS

Husson does not offer online credentialing for home games. Email credential requests to colbethbr@husson.edu. All applications will be notified of their status at least two days before the gameday. Credentials can be picked up on gamedays in the Sports Information Office, which is located in the William P. Newman Athletic Facility.

GAMEDAY MEDIA PARKING

If authorized, free parking for media is located in the parking lot that is adjacent to the Bangor High School Tennis Courts.

PRESS BOX ACCESS

No press box available at the Bangor High School Tennis Courts

IN-MATCH COURT ACCESS

Court access is closed to all from first serve until five minutes after the match. All working photographers must display a pass and remain behind the out of bounds line of the Bangor High School Tennis Courts.

WIRELESS IN THE PRESS BOX

No press box available at the Bangor High School Tennis Courts

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS

Interviews with Husson student-athletes and head coaches will take place following the NCAA mandated 10-minute cooling-off period. All Husson team locker rooms are closed to the media both for home and road contests. Husson Sports Information Office will assist in securing media members with post-game interviews. Interviews with opposing players must be arranged with the opposing team’s sports information personnel or through Husson’s Sports Information Office or the team’s head coach in their absence.

HUSSON SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF

Interim Sports Information Director: Sam Spargo 207-973-1040 (O) spargos@husson.edu Sports Information Assistant/Historian: Thomas Branch ‘10 207-404-5642 (O) brancht@husson.edu Sports Information Assistant/Voice of the Eagles: Reid Durost 207-973-1040 (O) durostr@husson.edu

HUSSON SPORTS INFORMATION MAILING ADDRESS 1 College Circle, Bangor, ME 04401

HUSSON OFFICIAL TWITTER ACCOUNTS

Husson Football - @HussonFootball Husson Field Hockey - @HussonFH Husson Baseball - @HussonBaseball Husson Softball - @HussonSoftball Husson Men’s Golf - @HussonMGolf Husson Women’s Golf - @HussonWGolf Husson Men’s Basketball - @Hussonmbb Husson Women’s Basketball - @Hussonwbb Husson Women’s Volleyball - @HussonWVB Husson Men’s Soccer - @HussonMsoccer Husson Women’s Soccer - @HussonWsoccer Husson Swimming & Diving - @hussonswimdive Husson Men’s Lacrosse - @hussonmlax Husson Women’s Lacrosse - @hussonwlax Husson Women’s Tennis - @hussonwtennis Husson Cross Country/Track & Field - @hussonxctf Husson Athletics - @hussonueagles Husson Intramurals - @hussonMurals Husson AD - @HussonAD

HUSSON OFFICIAL FACEBOOK ACCOUNTS

Husson Football - /hussonfootball Husson Softball - /hussonsoftball Husson Men’s Golf - /Hussonmgolf Husson Women’s Golf - /HUWGolf Husson Men’s Soccer - /HussonSoccer Husson Men’s Lacrosse - /hussonmlax Husson Women’s Tennis - /hussonwomenstennis Husson Women’s Volleyball - /hussonwvb Husson Athletics - /hussonueagles

HUSSON OFFICIAL INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS Husson Football - hussonfootball Husson Field Hockey - hussonfh Husson Men’s Basketball - hussonmbb Husson Women’s Basketball - hussonwbb Husson Women’s Volleyball - hussonvb Husson Men’s Lacrosse - hussonmlax Husson Women’s Lacrosse - hussonwlax Husson Softball - hussonsoftball Husson Athletics - hussonueagles

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INTERVIEW POLICIES/MEDIA OUTLETS 2018-19 HUSSONEAGLES.COM

GAME WEEK INTERVIEW POLICIES All requests for interviews must be made through Husson Sports Information Office, regardless of previous relationships with student-athletes. Requests must be made at least one day in advance to allow the student-athlete or coach to be properly notified. If a telephone interview is necessary, arrangements can be made for the student-athlete to contact the media member. Student-athlete phone numbers will never be issued to media members by the Sports Information Office.

BANGOR MEDIA OUTLETS NEWSPAPERS

RADIO STATIONS

The Spectator (student publication) 1 College Circle, Bangor • 207-973-1092 • the-spectator.com

WHSN 89.3 FM WABI, CBS-5 In-studio phone: 207-941-7116 Bangor • 207-947-8321

Bangor Daily News (AM daily) One Merchants Plaza, Bangor • 207-990-8231 • bangordailynews.com

TELEVISION STATIONS

92.9 FM “The Ticket” WLBZ, NBC-2 In-studio phone: 207-992-9029 Bangor • 207-942-4821

WVII, ABC-7; WFVX, Fox-22 Bangor • 207-945-6457

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