Bangor - Husson women's soccer is off to a better start than you might think this season. The Eagles have a 2-8 overall record at the halfway point of the season, but they're 2-0 in conference, which is good news. The eight losses have come against some very tough opponents, including teams nationally ranked like Wheaton College from Massachusetts. The team is hoping a brutal non-conference schedule will not only help them play better in NAC games, but will also help them win a couple games in the NCAA tournament, a goal that they say is tough to achieve.
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