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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
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Chris Moquin Signs with Australia’s Sydney Bears Hockey Team

Hooksett native and recent SNHU graduate, Chris Moquin, has always dreamed of playing professional hockey. Ever since he took his first steps on the ice at the age of three, he aspired to become one of hockey’s greatest players. Now, 20 years later, his dream is becoming a reality. He recently signed a season-long contract with the semi-professional Sydney Bears of the Australian Ice
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Walkinshaw Strikes Out Injury to Dominate NE10 Pitching Field

The most difficult obstacle any athlete must overcome is an injury. Sometimes an injury can be so severe that it halts the athlete’s career entirely, but there are some cases when injured athletes battle through their ailment and return to their sport stronger than ever. Such is the case for SNHU baseball phenome Jake Walkinshaw. Walkinshaw puts immense strain on his elbow when he
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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
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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.
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Men’s Tennis Beats Le Moyne; Look to Three-Peat as Northeast-10 Champions

The SNHU Men’s Tennis team kicked off their spring season with a 6-3 win over Northeast-10 rival Le Moyne College on Sunday, February 18. The match took place at Elevate Fitness in DeWitt, New York. Graduate student and co-captain Xavier Aubron and sophomore Bas Van Biezen dominated the lineup by securing wins in both their singles and doubles matches to lead the Penmen to
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Hockey Phenom Kurt Gutting Finds Success through Teammates and Coaches

It takes a village to achieve greatness. No one can accomplish dreams alone; it takes a group of people to accomplish destiny. Did Tom Brady win the Super Bowl five times without help? Was Sidney Crosby riding solo on the ice when the Pittsburg Penguins won the Stanley Cup? The answer is no. They had groups of people by their sides every step of
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SNHU Hockey Recognizes Eight Graduating Seniors

The SNHU Ice Hockey team honored eight graduating seniors in a memorable ceremony before facing off against the Stonehill Skyhawks on February 12. Each senior was given flowers from family and friends and posed for pictures in front of an enthusiastic crowd at the Ice Den Arena. They were each given a proper introduction emphasizing their strengths and contributions to the team. With the
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Daquaise “Day-Day” Andrews Scores his 1,000th Career Point

Dedicated, focused, hard-working and passionate are all good traits to describe junior guard Daquaise “Day Day” Andrews. Hailing from Queens, New York, Andrews, a communications major, works nonstop to become the best basketball player he can be. He was honored before Wednesday night’s matchup against Bentley University for earning his 1,000th point during a match up against Stonehill earlier in the week.   “It’s
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Kylie Lorenzen Scores Her 1,000th Career Point

On January 3, Kylie Lorenzen ('19) became the 17th player in SNHU basketball history to reach the 1,000th point milestone during a Northeast-10 match-up against Pace University. She is the first player to reach this mark since Sloane Sorrell in 2013. She is 12th place on the program’s all-time scoring list. Lorenzen, who is from Holliston, Massachusetts, was honored during a brief ceremony prior