Bloomsburg Huskies

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Bloomsburg Huskies
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University Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Conference Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC)
Mid-American Conference (MAC) (wrestling only)
NCAA Division II
Division I (wrestling only)
Athletic directorDr. Michael McFarland
Location Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
Varsity teams19
Football stadium Robert B. Redman Stadium
Basketball arenaNelson Field House
Baseball stadiumDanny Litwhiler Field
Softball stadiumJan M. Hutchinson Field
Soccer stadiumSteph Pettit Stadium
Lacrosse stadiumSteph Pettit Stadium
NicknameHuskies
ColorsMaroon and Gold [1]
         
Website www.buhuskies.com

The Bloomsburg Huskies are the athletic teams that represent Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, located in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. The Huskies are members of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) for 18 of 19 varsity sports; as the wrestling team competes in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) as a member of the NCAA's Division I. The Huskies have been a member of the PSAC since its foundation in 1951.

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Varsity teams

List of teams

Individual sports

Football

In 2000, the Bloomsburg Huskies football team were the national runner-up in Division II.

Conferences

Softball

The Huskies softball team won the AIAW Division III national championship in 1982.

Wrestling

The Huskies wrestling team competes in the Division I Mid-American Conference with Marcus Gordon as head coach. [2] The Nelson Field House, located on Bloomsburg University’s upper campus, serves as home for the wrestling team's dual meets and tournaments. [3]

National championships

The Huskies have won thirteen NCAA Division II team championships.

Team

AssociationDivisionSportYearOpponent/Runner-upScore
NCAA (13) Division II (13) Field Hockey (13)1983 Lock Haven 1–0
1993 New Haven 2–1 (2OT)
1996Lock Haven1–0
1997 Kutztown 2–0
1998Lock Haven4–3 (OT)
1999 Bentley 2–0
2002Bentley5–0
2003 UMass Lowell 4–1
2004Bentley3–2 (OT)
2006Bentley2–1
2007UMass Lowell5–2
2008UMass Lowell6–2
2009UMass Lowell3–2

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References

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  2. "Bloomsburg Wrestling". Bloomsburg Athletics. Retrieved 2014.Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  3. "Bloomsburg Facilities". Bloomsburg Athletics. Retrieved 2014.Check date values in: |access-date= (help)