Mariner Teams Cruise To Conference Championships
Castine Patriot|11/14/2019
CASTINE—It was a busy weekend of North Atlantic Conference championships, with men’s and women’s soccer championships, as well as volleyball, all being played on the Maine Maritime Academy campus.
Monique Labbe

The Mariners took two of the three championships, with the women's soccer team earning its first-ever trip to the NCAA Division III tournament, and the volleyball team earning its fourth straight trip to the national tournament.

The men’s soccer team lost in the final round, 4-1 against Thomas College.

The Mariner teams hosted the championships after all three teams finished the regular season atop their respective standings.

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