JOHNSON, Vt. - The Johnson State College women's soccer team fell to Green Mountain College 5-0 in their first North Atlantic Conference (NAC) match of the season on Saturday afternoon at Minaert Field.Full Story
CANTON, N.Y. - The Johnson State College women's soccer team fell to SUNY Canton 2-1 in a non-conference game on Thursday evening. Katherine Fish (Lake Elmore, Vt.) picked up the lone goal for the Badgers.Full Story
BROOKLINE, Mass. - The Johnson State College women's soccer team defeated Newbury College 4-1 in a non-conference game on Sunday afternoon. Kylie Aither (Hyde Park, Vt.) scored four goals to bring her season total to nine in the win.Full Story
NORTHFIELD, Vt.– The Johnson State College women's soccer team defeated Norwich University 4-1 in a non-conference game on Tuesday evening. Kylie Aither (Hyde Park, Vt.) notched a hat trick and an assist in the victory.Full Story
JOHNSON, Vt.– The Johnson State College women's soccer team defeated Vermont Technical College 9-0 in their season opener on Friday afternoon at Minaert Field. Katherine Fish (Lake Elmore, Vt.) scored three goals while Kelsey Cauchon (Colchester, Vt.) added two more in the win.Full Story
It's On Us - Johnson StateJohnson State pledges: To RECOGNIZE that non-consensual sex is sexual assault. To IDENTIFY situations in which sexual assault may occur.To INTERVENE in situations where consent has not or cannot be given.To CREATE an environment in which sexual assault is unacceptable and survivors are supported.
You Can Play: The NAC Promotes Respect for AllSupporting the You Can Play Mission of “ensuring equality, respect and safety for all athletes, without regard to sexual orientation,” the NAC embarked upon a video project capturing the voices of student-athletes, administrators and coaches, to share a commitment of inclusion for and support of, all members of the conference community.
In order to maintain the student ownership and authenticity, the NAC tapped into resources from one of the member campuses to capture the voices of the student-athletes. Several seniors at the New England School of Communications of Husson University traveled over 1,500 miles to sit down with NAC Student-Athletes & Athletics Staff. The result of this hard work is a three minute conference-wide video, which premieres as the first portion of this two part program. The three minute piece took the students 10 weeks of writing, filming, interviewing, and editing to effectively capture the You Can Play mission.