SNHU Adds New Club Sport President to Roster

Southern New Hampshire University offers a wide array of club sports, but until this year, there were no options to play women’s club soccer. Meredith Basner (’22) is a business management student who also participates in the pilot program, Project Atlas. Project Atlas is a competency-based program that allows students to complete online courses on campus. Basner aspires to open her own company someday,

SNHU Cheer: Fourth in the Nation, First in Our Hearts

“They see pom-poms. They see cute little skirts. They see us standing on the sidelines, representing that first half of the sport, but they miss what it takes to put on a routine. We have to have the strength of weight-lifters, the speed of runners, the quick twitch of a gymnast. We have to be the full package,” Michelle McCarty - SNHU Cheer Coach

Kicking Intramural Season into Play

The beginning of the school year marks the time for 8 a.m. classes, clubs and employment on campus, and the start of fall internships- which can also mean a lot of stress. What can help with this stress? The intramural sports offered on campus. Intramural sports are offered through SNHU’s Campus Recreation Department, which is known as one of the largest student employers found
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Walkinshaw Drafted to Oakland Athletics in 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft

Graduate student Jake Walkinshaw's dreams of becoming a professional baseball player have become a reality. On June 5, he was selected by Oakland Athletics in the 36th round of the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft as the 1,094 overall pick. The six-foot-3, 200-pound right-handed pitcher received news of this just two days after being named the number one MLB prospect in the state of New

SNHU Athletics Donate Soccer Balls to India

SNHU athletic teams are constantly finding unique ways to give back. Most recently, the SNHU Athletic Department and both soccer teams donated 28 soccer balls to children from slum communities across New Delhi, India. This project was sparked when Dr. Justina Oliveira, a member of the psychology staff at SNHU, was presented with the opportunity to visit New Delhi for one week through a

Spring Sports Determined to Reach New Heights

Winter sports are fast ending with intense playoffs on the horizon, which means spring sports are soon to delve into their homestretch. Spring sports at SNHU are Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse, Baseball, Softball and Men’s Tennis. With aspirations of success and even division championships, the teams are off to a good start to make these goals a reality. The Women’s Lacrosse team is readier

From Club to DII Sport Women’s Track and Field Exceeds Expectations

The Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) women's track and field team has only been in existence for four years. However, with a diverse roster and competitive skill, the Penmen are sprinting into what could be its best season. In 2015, Head Coach Lex Butler saw a job opening at SNHU for a head coaching position of a track and field program. Butler, who had

Kylie Lorenzen: Two Records, One Good Eye

Kylie Lorenzen is about to break two school records. She is just 51 points away from surpassing Julie Dabrowski in total points scored throughout an individual career. Dabrowski holds the school record with 1,713 points from 1986-1990, and Lorenzen is right behind her with 1,662 points. Lorenzen is also second in line for the record of most career rebounds. So far, she has compiled
Arts & Entertainment

Bohemian Rhapsody: Rocking Theaters Everywhere

Queen: the famous rock band hailing from London, England are now movie stars. Known for their dazzling front-man and their unique qualities that left the band near undefinable, Queen stunned fans at every performance. As the years pass Queen’s legacy continues to live on as their pure talent still conquers playlists and radio stations today. You can't even go to a single sports game