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Kylie Lorenzen Sets New School Record; Becomes Number One All-Time Scorer

Senior Kylie Lorenzen made history Saturday afternoon when she broke Julie Dabrowski’s 29-year-old scoring record to become Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) Women’s Basketball's all-time scorer. Lorenzen, who scored 16 points in the first half of Saturday's tightly contested matchup against Merrimack College, surpassed Dabrowski’s record off a basket during the first half. She went on to score a game-high 29 points, including the
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Ice Hockey Determined to Snap Losing Streak to Saint Anselm this Weekend

The Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Men’s Ice Hockey Team is nearing its final games of the 2018-2019 season. The Penmen’s season ending games are today, February 15, and tomorrow, February 16, against Saint Anselm College. The Penmen will face off against Saint Anselm tonight at 7:10 p.m. at the Ice Den in Hooksett, before traveling to the Sullivan Arena on the Saint Anselm
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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,
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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
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Star Athlete Cole Stewart Finds Escape Through Hockey and Music

It was a memorable night for freshman forward and Alpharetta, Georgia native Cole Stewart. As he and the SNHU men’s ice hockey team faced off against Franklin Pierce University on January 18, Stewart, with two goals under his belt, unveiled a performance of excellence that exhilarated fans and dumbfounded teammates. Stewart took control of the puck just over seven minutes into the second period.
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Care for Yourself and Others with the CARE Team

Students who feel they do not have a voice on campus should contact SNHU’s CARE Team, a group of staff and faculty working to improve the lives of struggling students by connecting them to necessary resources. The CARE Team focuses on prevention and early intervention for students experiencing distress or those who engage in harmful or disruptive behaviors, while helping them meet their academic,
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Athletic Teams Make An Impact On The Community

SNHU athletic teams are taking initiatives to give back to the community as a requirement through the athletic department. Field hockey, volleyball, baseball and hockey spoke about their community service initiatives and how they have impacted their teams and the community. On October 27, field hockey partook in National Girls and Women in Sport Day in which the team taught young girls how to
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Jack Perri Set for Opening Season with Penmen

The Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Department of Athletics announced in early June that Jack Perri will replace Stan Spirou as the head men’s basketball coach beginning winter 2018. Perri is just the sixth head coach of SNHU basketball in program history. He replaces the legendary Spirou, who coached the Penmen for 33 years and won 640 games. Although those are big shoes to