Penmen Recap: Spring Break in Florida

Over spring break, several SNHU sports teams escaped the cold of New England by traveling to Florida for a week of tournament competition. These teams included women’s golf, men's and women's tennis, softball and baseball. Men’s tennis played March 11-12 against Flagler and Palm Beach Atlantic. Juniors Willem van Biezen and Bas van Biezen won their doubles set against Flagler 6-3 and forced a
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SNHU Takes Over NE10 Men’s Ice Hockey Awards

Just a week before the SNHU Men’s Ice Hockey team captured the NE10 Conference Championship title for the second time in the program’s history, the NE10 released its annual hockey and All-Conference Division Awards. These awards, presented on February 21, recognized standout players for their accomplishments on the ice. Among these players was SNHU goalkeeper Kurt Gutting (20), who was named Goalkeeper of the Year.

The Long Road Ahead for Men’s Basketball

Christmas break allows students a chance to regroup after a grueling semester. Students are rewarded with relaxation and quality time with family members. However, not all students have this luxury, particularly those on the men’s basketball team. The men’s basketball team grinded day-in and day-out throughout the break trying to gain momentum after a difficult first half of their season. The trek to break
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Women’s Basketball Hosts 14th Annual Pink Day

The women's basketball team held its 14th annual Pink Day celebration Saturday, February 9, at the Stan Spirou Fieldhouse to honor those affected by breast cancer. Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) students, faculty, alumni and the Manchester community came together in unison to support family and friends who have been affected by this disease. The event featured food, crafts and raffles, and, of course,

Men’s Basketball Prepares for a Fresh Start

February 23, 2018 will go down as one of the toughest days in SNHU Men’s Basketball history as the Penmen suffered a crushing defeat to Southern Connecticut State University and were eliminated in the first round of the NE10 Championship for the first time since 2008. Charlie Russo ('19) recalls the fieldhouse atmosphere after the defeat, “It was very disappointing because we started off