On Saturday, October 7, the SNHU Men’s Cross Country team took part in the New England Intercollegiate Amateur Athletic Association (NEICAAA) Cross Country Championships at Franklin Park in Boston. The race featured 180 athletes from 27 Division I, II and III schools across New England. Senior Tyler McLaren recorded his third fastest career finish at the race with a time of 25:25.6, earning him
Steady cold rain streamed down from dark, ominous clouds in the misty New Hampshire sky. A strong wind blew through Larkin Field in the crisp September air. It was a stormy fall night, and the start of SNHU’s soccer season. On the night of the SNHU Men’s Soccer team’s home opener, forward Alex Satrustegui stood in the middle of the field with rain dripping
After a tremendous performance in the men’s tennis opening match against Colby Sawyer, senior Tiago Fernandes of Porto, Portugal rallied his way into the semifinals of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) East Regional Championships at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 25. With his strong showing, Fernandes became the first man in program history to reach the semifinals of the tournament.
Cross Country is a difficult sport that challenges one’s endurance and self-discipline; however, when you have supportive friends and family by your side, the sport becomes less of a challenge and more of a passion. Senior Tyler McLaren has been running competitive cross country since his sophomore year of high school. He attended Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, New Hampshire where he stood
Women’s Cross Country Coming off a rocky 2016 season, Women’s Cross Country is seeking to hurdle over any obstacles so that they can improve their scores this fall. They begin their quest Friday, September 1 when they compete in the Temple University invite in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Although they lose 2016 USTFCCA All Region member and 2016 Northeast-10 All Conference First Team runner, Laura