Plymouth State Fall Sports Schedules available online

June 1st, 2007 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H. – The official start to summer isn’t here yet, but Plymouth State University Athletics already has an eye on autumn.

The PSU fall sports season is three months away, and the Panther sports schedules are now available on the PSU Athletics website at

All six Panther fall teams will begin their 2007 seasons the first week of September, with five of the six opening up at home. The tennis team will be the first in action, participating in the Colby-Sawyer Tournament on Aug. 31-Sept. 1, while the field hockey and men’s soccer teams make their season debuts on Wednesday, Sept. 5. The volleyball squad hosts its annual tournament on Friday-Saturday, Sept. 7-8, and the football and women’s soccer teams play their first games in Plymouth on Saturday, Sept. 8.

The PSU soccer, field hockey, tennis and volleyball teams will be seeking Little East Conference championships in 2007, with the women’s tennis contingent defending its 2006 LEC title. The Panther football team will be out for a New England Football Conference championship.

The links to the PSU Fall schedules are below. All schedules are subject to change.

2007 PSU Field Hockey Schedule
2007 PSU Football Schedule
2007 PSU Men’s Soccer Schedule
2007 PSU Women’s Soccer Schedule
2007 PSU Women’s Tennis Schedule
2007 PSU Women’s Volleyball Schedule

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