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Media Guide


Diane Madl

Matt Bourque

Joe Roberts


University of Maine Printing Services

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Orono, Maine

Abstract/ Summary

The North Atlantic Conference moves into its sixteenth year with an eye toward the future. Having just completed one of its finest years ever, both on and off the playing field, the conference is on the move as the 1994-95 academic year arrives. On April 14, 1994, Commissioner Stuart P. Haskell, Jr. announced that Hofstra University and Towson State University had accepted invitations to join the North Atlantic Conference. Hofstra will participate on a limited basis this year and by the 1995-96 academic year both institutions will compete in all sports. “Both institutions have a fine reputation in intercollegiate athletics, as well as in the classroom, and will add much to the league,” said Haskell, who is in his eighth year as commissioner. “The North Atlantic Conference is excited at the prospect of forming a partnership with two such fine institutions to ensure that the future of the league is a very bright one.”


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