Norwich University is home to three coaches who coach multiple sports. Two of those coaches are head coaches, and one is even at the helm of two varsity programs. Holding down two coaching jobs is not an easy thing to do, because of the time-consuming nature of being a full-time collegiate coach. [Read more…]
After besting a Plymouth State team 9-1 and Saint Michael’s College 4-1 to start the season, the Cadets have now won five in a row. The men’s hockey team captain credits their wins to playing “great defensive games.” [Read more…]
The Norwich Ultimate Frisbee club is taking strides towards becoming more than just a club as they work to join the USA Ultimate (USAU) league this year to compete against other schools, according to the club president. [Read more…]
In August of 2014, the Norwich University football team added an alum and military veteran to its coaching staff, and this member has undergone a huge transition from the military to the football field. [Read more…]
The recruiting process for the Norwich University football program has taken itself not only past the bounds of New England, but out of the United States and across the border. [Read more…]
After the Norwich Women’s Basketball team ended last season with a winning 15-13 record, players are eager to finish number one in their division and bring home the trophy this season, according to the head coach. [Read more…]
The 2014-2015 Norwich University men’s hockey team is ready to make a run at another national championship, according to one of the three team captains. [Read more…]
The men’s rugby team faces a mountainous challenge if they
want to get a bid to nationals, but the squad is primed and ready to
tackle this arduous undertaking.
To get a bid, the team must win the [Read more…]
October 24, 2014 Leave a Comment
After eight consecutive victories, the Norwich University Men’s Soccer team was looking to maintain its first place spot in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference by continuing the season with a strong work ethic and playing consistently, say the team’s players.
So far this season NU men’s soccer, “is doing better than expected especially after losing a lot of key guys last year,” said Derek Morin, 21, a senior athletic training major and midfielder on the team from South Paris, Maine. “We have had a lot of newcomers (this year) and they have blended in pretty well chemistry wise,” Morin said.