Plymouth State Fall Sports Schedules available online

June 1st, 2005 by Adam

            PLYMOUTH, N.H. – The summer is just beginning at Plymouth State University, but Panther coaches and student-athletes are gearing up for the 2005 fall campaigns.

            The Panther fall sports schedules are now available online.  All six squads begin competition over the Labor Day weekend, with the field hockey and volleyball teams opening at home and the football, women’s tennis and men’s and women’s soccer teams starting up on the road.  The volleyball and both soccer teams begin play with season-opening tournaments.

            The links to the fall schedules are below.  All schedules are subject to change.

2005 PSU Field Hockey Schedule
2005 PSU Football Schedule
2005 PSU Men’s Soccer Schedule
2005 PSU Women’s Soccer Schedule
2005 PSU Women’s Tennis Schedule
2005 PSU Women’s Volleyball Schedule

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