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SNHU Baseball Goes Viral

Recently, SNHU has been making a significant presence on social media. From hosting events such as the fall Fetty Wap concert to the incident of an online professor claiming Australia is not a country, SNHU has been receiving a tremendous amount of national attention. The attention is now shifting more toward SNHU’s sports teams, particularly the baseball team. On April 8, Penmen Productions posted
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APRIL FOOLS: SNHU to Spend Two Million Dollars on New Golf Course Behind Hospitality

The destruction of the townhouses has caused much debate over what should take their place, but after much discussion, university officials agreed upon incorporating an 18-hole golf course that will be used restrictively for the men’s and women’s golf teams.  If construction goes according to plan, the course will open next fall. The decision comes after many complaints were filed about "inconvenient travel" to
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SNHU Softball Makes Waves in Recent NE-10 Action

The SNHU softball team is hitting it out of the park this season. Following two trips to South Carolina and Florida for spring break, they hold an 18-3 record against conference and non-conference teams. In their most recent game, the Penmen topped Saint Michael’s 1-0 in North Andover, Massachusetts. Erin Garczynski (‘19) hit the only home run of the game. Brittany Perdigao (‘18) and

Men’s Tennis Benefits from Training and Competition in Florida

While some students braved the frigid temperatures of the north for spring break, the SNHU men’s tennis team lounged pool-side under palm trees in the warm Florida air. They traveled to the sunshine state to compete in three challenging matches and receive top quality training from the country’s best tennis professionals in preparation for the Northeast-10 championships in April. The Penmen spent the first

Penmen Baseball Wrap up their Spring Break Trip in Florida

Between soaking up rays and relaxing on the beach, the SNHU baseball team competed in five non-conference games during their spring break trip to Florida. Expectations were high for the Penmen, and they were predicted to win many, if not all, of their games. Competition, however, was much stronger and more tactical than most teams in the Northeast-10 (NE10) They also faced a few