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Johnson men end the season strong, beat Lyndon 1-0

Johnson men end the season strong, beat Lyndon 1-0

Elaine Harvey

October 30, 2014

Johnson State visited Lyndon Saturday and the Badgers defeated the Hornets 1-0 on their Senior Day. The match was a tightly-contested affair as the lone goal was scored by Sean Springer with 24:40 left of the first half. Springer intercepted a bad clearing pass by the Lyndon defense and beat the...

Lady Badgers defeat Lyndon 4-1

Lady Badgers defeat Lyndon 4-1

Elaine Harvey

October 30, 2014

The Johnson State Badgers earned a 4-1 victory over Lyndon Saturday in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) play in Lyndonville, Vt. The win sees the Badgers advance to 8-8-1 overall and 3-5-1 in NAC play while Lyndon finishes its season 5-13 overall and 1-8 in NAC play. The Badgers took an early 1-0...

Robertson abroad

October 19, 2014

Senior Brittany Robertson, a fixture on the Johnson State College women’s basketball team, spent part of her summer traveling Italy with American International Sports Tours (AIST). She and fellow AIST basketball teammates competed on an international level with representing their countries and...

Second half surge puts Panthers past Badgers 4-0

Elaine Harvey

October 19, 2014

The Plymouth State men’s soccer team used a balanced offensive attack to pick up a 4-0 decision against hosts Johnson State College on Sunday afternoon. The loss sees the Badgers slide to 4-7-1 overall and 2-4 in conference play. The Panthers advance to 4-7-1 on the year and 2-1-1 in their conference...

Johnson defeats Thomas College 4-0

Johnson defeats Thomas College 4-0

Elaine Harvey

September 24, 2014

Johnson State College women’s soccer picked up a 4-0 decision to visiting Thomas College, Saturday afternoon at Johnson State. The Badgers advance to to 5-2 on the season and 1-0 in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) play while the Terriers slide to 3-5 overall and 0-1 in the NAC. Johnson used goals...

Johnson earns second and third places in Home Invitational

Johnson earns second and third places in Home Invitational

Elaine Harvey

September 24, 2014

Johnson State men’s cross country finished in second place in the Johnson State College Invitational with a total score of 49. The Badgers were led by three top 10 finishers  paced by Brendan Walsh, who finished in first place overall crossing the line in 26:58, Steven Lamonde, who finished seventh...

Volleyball splits home tri-match

Volleyball splits home tri-match

Elaine Harvey

September 24, 2014

The Badgers tallied a win and a loss on the weekend dropping their opening match 3-0 to visiting Me.-Fort Kent and then picking up an exciting 3-1 victory over Paul Smith’s. The split sees the Badgers move to 2-8 overall. The Badgers started slow in their first set of the day, but picked up as the...

Hutchinson leads Badgers to 11-3 victory

Hutchinson leads Badgers to 11-3 victory

Elaine Harvey

September 18, 2014

The Johnson State College women's soccer team rolled to an 11-3 victory over host  Fisher College Sunday evening. Johnson improves to 3-1 overall while Fisher slides to 0-1. The Badgers were led by unstoppable junior midfielder Casey Hutchinson, who netted four goals and registered two assists in the...

Johnson State Leaves Mark on 5k and 10k Course

Johnson State Leaves Mark on 5k and 10k Course

Elaine Harvey

September 11, 2014

The Johnson State men’s and women’s cross country team traveled to Plymouth, Mass. for the teams’ second annual running of the Run to the Rock race. Both men’s and women’s runners competed in the 5k and 10k races. Johnson showed up big, as Brendan Walsh blazed to 2nd overall in the 10k rac...

Tennis Badgers Sweep Green Mountain

Elaine Harvey

September 11, 2014

Green Mountain College women's tennis team hosted Johnson State on Saturday afternoon at Vermont Sport and Fitness Club and were shutout by the Badgers 9-0 in non-conference play. Johnson State (1-3) earned its first victory of the young season with a clean sweep of the doubles matches before earni...

Snow-bored? Change the course

Snow-bored? Change the course

Max Van Wie

April 24, 2014

Many believe that the best way to get something done is to do it yourself. A recent Johnson State College snowboard club get-together put this belief into action after amassing hours of combined work effort to create a massive course stretching over 100 yards down a hill in the backwoods of Johnson. Started...

Husson halts Johnson

Elaine Harvey

April 24, 2014

Brandon Corbo and Brandon Bosse each netted three goals to power Husson to a 14-2 win over Johnson State in a North Atlantic Conference men’s lacrosse game Saturday, April 19. The Eagles improved to 4-7, 4-4 NAC, while the Badgers dropped to 0-9, 0-7 in the NAC. Corbo and Bosse were supported by...

Badgers Drop home twinbill to Castleton

Elaine Harvey

April 24, 2014

The Johnson state softball team dropped a pair of NAC conference games (5-1, 13-6) against Castleton State on Saturday, April 19 at Johnson State College. Johnson State drops to 6-15 on the season and 5-4 in the NAC while Castleton now stands at 9-13 on the year. Johnson celebrated the two four year...

Golden Knights and Badgers split non-conference twinbill

Elaine Harvey

April 24, 2014

The Johnson state softball team split a pair of non-conference matches (6-1 W, 7-1L) against Clarkson University on Friday, April 18 at Johnson State College. Johnson State moves to 6-13 on the season and 5-2 in the NAC while Clarkson now stands 2-20 on the year. During the first of two games, freshman...

Whistling winds, wintry wonder: Whiteface

Whistling winds, wintry wonder: Whiteface

Max Van Wie

March 27, 2014

In the immortal words of John Steinbeck, “A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it.” The Johnson Ski and Ride trip this past weekend certainly lived up to this line, proving both exciting and slightly out of control. Six of us packed into one of the...

Chargers escape Badgers on senior day

Chargers escape Badgers on senior day

Elaine Harvey

March 15, 2014

On Senior Day at Johnson State College, the men’s basketball team fell short 66-64, to fellow North Atlantic Conference foe, Colby-Sawyer College, Saturday, Feb. 22, at Johnson’s Carter Gymnasium. Senior captain Bryan Hickey didn’t disappoint, amassing a double-double, 14 points and 16 rebounds....

Lady Badgers wrap up season with 74-49 loss

Elaine Harvey

March 15, 2014

The Colby-Sawyer women’s basketball team pulled away in the second half en route to a 74-49 victory over Johnson State in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) quarterfinal contest on Tuesday, February 25. Colby-Sawyer improves to 17-9 and will play third seed Maine Maritime, who beat sixth Maine-Farmington...

Johnson women’s soccer to host summer high school prep and prospect clinic

Johnson women’s soccer to host summer high school prep and prospect clinic

Elaine Harvey

March 15, 2014

The Johnson State College women’s soccer program is excited to announce its High School Prep and Prospect Clinic to be held on Sunday, August 3 through Wednesday August 6th. This overnight clinic (with full-day option) will provide prospective student-athletes a unique opportunity to experience a training...

Johnson concludes season with quarterfinal loss to Husson

Johnson concludes season with quarterfinal loss to Husson

Elaine Harvey

March 15, 2014

Top-seeded Husson University men’s basketball hosted eighth-seeded Johnson State College in a North Atlantic Conference Quarterfinal on Tuesday, Feb. 25, at Newman Gymnasium. With the win, Husson improves to 24-2, while Johnson finishes the season at 6-20. Johnson jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead...

Making the dream of college a reality

Making the dream of college a reality

Elaine Harvey

March 15, 2014

Johnson State College has teamed with Community College of Vermont and the Boys and Girls Club of Burlington on a “Club to College Scholars” program to make educational achievement a realizable goal for a cohort of young Vermonters. The agreement was announced at a joint press conference on March...

Johnson participants conquer stowe derby

Johnson participants conquer stowe derby

Elaine Harvey

March 15, 2014

On Sunday, February 22nd, 2014 three brave cross-country skiers from Johnson State College participated in the 69th Annual Stowe Derby in Stowe, Vt. The event is the oldest cross country ski event in the nation. The legendary race begins at the top of Mount Mansfield, runs 12 miles and descends about...

Robertson nets 1000 points; breaks JSC record against Pine Manor

Robertson nets 1000 points; breaks JSC record against Pine Manor

Elaine Harvey

February 6, 2014

Brittany Robertson finished with 15 points, two rebounds and two assists in a narrow 74-73 loss against Pine Manor College Sunday afternoon at Johnson’s Carter Gymnasium. But the final score was secondary to Robertson’s statistical victories. The Burlington, Vt., junior gave her fans ample reason...

Gators crawl past lady badgers

Gators crawl past lady badgers

Elaine Harvey and Colin Santee

February 6, 2014

Visiting Pine Manor College pulled off a tough road victory against non-conference opponent Johnson State College, in a Sunday afternoon contest held at Johnson’s Carter Gymnasium. Johnson State drops to 5-13 overall, while the visiting Lady Gators improved to 15-3 overall. The Badgers saw three...

DeGreenia named Student Athlete of the Week

DeGreenia named Student Athlete of the Week

Elaine Harvey and Colin Santee

February 6, 2014

Freshman Kasey DeGreenia has been named Student Athlete of the Week after an impressive offensive showing in January. While the Lady Badgers ended the month with two conference defeats, falling to Husson 86-76 and losing to Maine Maritime 51-35, DeGreenia has helped to turn things around in February. It...

Lady badgers use overtime rally to take 85-71 victory over Lyndon

Lady badgers use overtime rally to take 85-71 victory over Lyndon

Elaine Harvey

February 6, 2014

The Johnson State women’s basketball team used an overtime rally to take an 85-71 win at Johnson State’s Carter Gymnasium Saturday afternoon. The Lady Badgers improve to 5-13 on the year and 5-7 in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) play while Lyndon slides to 1-15 overall and 1-10 in the NAC. Freshman...

Davis, Himberg reflect on Student-Athlete Forum

Davis, Himberg reflect on Student-Athlete Forum

Mason Phillips

December 10, 2013

Greg Davis and Emily Himberg have received student-athlete of the week for participating in the recent annual Student-Athlete Leadership Forum . This Leadership Forum is designed for student-athletes to discuss key issues collectively and provide an opportunity to enhance leadership skills needed...

Johnson Athletics unveils strategic five-year plan

Elaine Harvey

December 10, 2013

Johnson State Athletics has released a five-year vision outlining plans to ensure student and institutional success. The plan, outlining aggressive growth through 2018, builds on the gains made by Johnson State College and its Athletics and Recreation Department in recent years. “The athletics and...

McCullock earns First Team All-Conference Honors

McCullock earns First Team All-Conference Honors

Elaine Harvey

November 26, 2013

Johnson State women’s soccer player, Amber McCullock, earned North Atlantic Conference (NAC) First Team All-Conference honors for her performance this season. McCullock, a junior from Morrisville, Vt., logged 1330:00 minutes and turned away an impressive 129 saves this season in net for the Badge...

McCullock earns First Team All-Conference Honors

McCullock earns First Team All-Conference Honors

Elaine Harvey

November 26, 2013

Johnson State women’s soccer player, Amber McCullock, earned North Atlantic Conference (NAC) First Team All-Conference honors for her performance this season. McCullock, a junior from Morrisville, Vt., logged 1330:00 minutes and turned away an impressive 129 saves this season in net for the Badger...

Women earn 9th place at NAC Championships

November 20, 2013

Johnson State placed 9th in the 2013 Women’s Cross Country Championship at Quarry Road Park hosted by Thomas College on Sunday afternoon. New England College took top honors, winning the event for the first time in program history with a score of 50. The Pilgrims were led by Abby Shafer, who won the individual cham...

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