BANGOR, Maine – Head coach Josh Warren and the Husson College girls’s tennis workforce have expanded their roster for the upcoming season as three incoming Mainers are set to hitch the workforce. Farmingdale’s Allie Younger, South China’s Juila Barber, and Skowhegan’s Joey Ramsdell will start their collegiate careers within the fall with the Eagles.
Younger led the Corridor Dale Bulldogs to the 2022 Mountain Valley Convention championship as she made the second spherical of the MPA State Singles Event. In 2021, she and the Woman Bulldogs defeated Orono, 4-1, to assert the Class C state championship. Throughout her time at Corridor Dale, her workforce made no less than the state quarterfinals each season. She plans on learning in Nursing throughout her time at One School Circle.
Barber, like Younger, made the second spherical of the MPA State Singles Event as each misplaced through tiebreakers. Barber represented Erskine Academy for 4 years as she grew to become the primary singles participant by her senior season. She can be learning Secondary Schooling within the classroom.
“I am so proud that Julia has determined to proceed her taking part in profession on the subsequent degree,” stated Erskine Academy head coach Alex Stern. “I do know she’s going to proceed to work exhausting and enhance as a tennis participant. Julia is such an ideal child, and an ideal chief! Whereas she is already participant and athlete, I can see her potential to grow to be an enormous contributor for the Husson College Ladies’s Tennis workforce within the years to return. She has labored exhausting to have the ability to have an ideal selection in her photographs and all the time competes exhausting. Julia is somebody that I count on to develop an ideal deal in her time at Husson and I really feel she is a good addition to the Husson tennis workforce! I believe the world of Julia as a participant and as an individual, and will definitely miss teaching her, and I am trying ahead to seeing what she’s going to do sooner or later.”
Ramsdell, led the River Hawks to a state quarterfinals look throughout her junior season. She is undeclared for her main as of now.
“Joey embodies every thing it means to be an ideal workforce member,” stated Skowhegan head coach Andrew Staples. “She works exhausting and takes her recreation significantly and for these causes, helps to make her teammates higher on and off the court docket.”
The ladies’s tennis is coming off their fourth consecutive North Atlantic Conference championship and hopes the addition of Younger, Barber, and Ramsdell as nicely beforehand introduced additions in Hannah Duley and Cassidy Carr will result in future successes.