The SNHU Men’s and Women’s Tennis Teams celebrated their graduating seniors and graduate students during ceremonies prior to their matchups on April 13 and April 7, respectively.

The women honored seniors Sofia Morais, Anna Sala, Rachel Wagner and Abbey Killiam before the team collectively posted a 5-2 win over Endicott College. Killiam, Morais and Wagner will graduate this May with Bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration, while Sala will graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design.

The men honored senior Faizan Khalid and graduate students Tiago Fernandes, Ricardo Marreiros and Miguel Marreiros before lifting the Penmen to a 6-1 victory over Le Moyne College. Fernandes and the Marreiros’ will graduate this May with Master’s degrees in Business Administration, while Khalid will receive a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing.

Each senior was accompanied by friends, family and coaches during their respective pre-match ceremonies. They were treated to specialty desserts and handcrafted gifts created by teammates.

The Penmen Press wishes them the best of luck in all their future endeavors!

Catherine Lachance
Catherine is a junior at SNHU majoring in communications and minoring in psychology. She is in her first year as Lead Copy Editor for the Press. She previously served as Sports Editor for a year and a half. She has a passion for writing and sharing people's stories and loves interacting with the SNHU athletic community. In addition to the Press, Catherine has written professionally for Turley Publications in Palmer, Massachusetts. She is also a tennis coach at Longmeadow Country Club in Longmeadow, Massachusetts during the summer. Catherine is also working on her website, Cat's Writing Blog, where she shares all the stories she has written for press, as well as personal experiences she has gone through. She hopes to receive an internship next year at a journalism or marketing agency.