Maine Maritime Academy women's basketball has secured the second seed in the upcoming North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Championship Tournament. The Mariners went 20-5 overall during the regular season and 12-2 in the NAC, to earn a bye for the quarterfinal round.
After guiding Maine Maritime Academy's women's soccer program to their first-ever North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance in 2019, Mariners' Head Coach Seth Brown has accepted a position away from coaching.
Maine Maritime Academy’s women's lacrosse staff is set for the 2020 season. Director of Athletics Steve Peed will serve as Head Coach. He will be assisted by 2019 Maine Maritime lacrosse alumnae, Sierra James. Olivia Le Blanc, a 2019 All-NAC Second Team selection, will serve as a student-assistant coach.
Maine Maritime Academy men's swimming finished sixth out of 14 teams, with a team score of 366 at the four-day New England Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving Association (NEISDA) Championship held on the campus of the University of Rhode Island.
Maine Maritime Academy women's swimming competed at the four-day New England Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving Association (NEISDA) Championship on the campus of University of Rhode Island, placing 19th out of 21 teams.
Senior Melinda Ogden scored a career-high 33 points, tying the Maine Maritime women's basketball single-game record, to surpass 1,000 career points and lead the Mariners to a 69-38 victory over Northern Vermont University-Johnson on Sunday afternoon in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action inside of Carter Gymnasium.
Eryn Doiron, a four-year member of the Maine Maritime Academy women’s soccer and basketball teams and Power Engineering Technology major, has accepted a position to play on Hershey FC, a semi-pro team based out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.