The Husson University Men's Soccer team is the 2014 North Atlantic Conference Champion, defeating Thomas College 4-0 at Boucher Field at Husson University Saturday evening, November 8th.

Phil Frost (Bangor, ME) had three goals for the Eagles, surpassing the 100 career points mark for only the tenth time in Husson men's soccer history. He is the first player to achieve this mark since 1998. With the shutout, the 18th of his career, senior goalkeeper Brian Potter (Waterville, ME) became the all-time leader in career shutouts. Husson head coach Jeff Gettler also had a record-setting evening, recording his 300th career victory.

Michael Curtis (Ellsworth, ME) scored the only goal of the first half, as he put home a deflection in the 38th minute. Thomas held the slight 10-8 edge in shots in the first half and outshot the Eagles 28-17 on the night. Husson found the back of the net three more times in the second half, with all three goals coming from Frost.

Josh Bean (Ellsworth, ME) assisted Frost's first and second goals, which came just 1:11 apart in the 63rd minute of the game. Frost's fourth goal, assisted by Dylan Wetmore (Madawaska, ME) sealed the game for the Eagles in the 76th minute.

Husson's Stephen Berenyi (Levant, ME) was named the 2014 NAC Men's Soccer Championship Most Valuable Player following the game, and teammates Potter, Kyle Hargreaves (Raymond, ME), Frost, and Bean joined him on the All-Tournament Team. Thomas' Dakota Duplissie, Tre Ming, and Lukas Bohman were also named to the team, along with Michael Skarbelis and Brandon Currier from New England College and Rick Prindiville and Carlton Wheeler-Omiunu from Colby-Sawye