Since 2003, University of Maine at Farmington athletics teams have captured 20 North Atlantic Conference Championships. And members of the UMF ski and snowboard teams have qualified to participate in U.S. Collegiate Ski & Snowboard Assoc. Nationals.

UMF offers full host of intercollegiate athletic sports, competing in the NCAA Division III North Atlantic Conference and a full spectrum of competitive snow sports competing in the USCSSA Reynolds Division.

UMF Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

Women

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Field Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Indoor Track & Field
  • Outdoor Track & Field
  • Skiing: Alpine, Nordic, Freeski
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Snowboarding: Boardercross, Slopestyle

Men

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Indoor Track & Field
  • Outdoor Track & Field
  • Skiing: Alpine, Nordic, Freeski
  • Soccer
  • Snowboarding: Boardercross, Slopestyle

UMF competes against schools in Maine such as Colby College, Bates College, Bowdoin College, University of New England, USM, St. Joseph’s College, Husson University, Maine Maritime Academy, and others; and schools from outside Maine such as Wellesley College (MA), Colby-Sawyer College (NH), Nichols College (MA), Dean College (MA), Lasell College (MA), Wentworth Institute of Technology (MA), Manhattanville College (NY), New England College (NH),
Rivier College (NH), Salem State University (MA), St. Anselm College (NH), Elms College (MA), SUNY-Delhi (NY), SUNY-Canton (NY), Northern Vermont-Lyndon, to name a few.

Ready to Play For Farmington?

If you think you’ve got what it takes to compete for UMF, let’s get the conversation started right here. Meet Our Coaches. Or go directly to our Recruit Me page.

Success in the Classroom

The University of Maine at Farmington frequently leads the North Atlantic Conference in the number of Academic All-Conference recipients and our student-athletes are well represented on the University’s Dean’s List and among its prestigious Michael D. Wilson Scholars and Wilson Fellows.