Last winter, in just his second season coaching at SNHU, Head Coach Sean Walsh led the men’s ice hockey team to a Northeast-10 Championship victory over rival Saint Anselm College. “[The season] was an emotional ride, but the boys got the job done in the end,” said Walsh, the 2018-2019 Coach of the Year. “They were a very close-knit group with a lot of
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
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.
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
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
This content originally appeared on SNHUPenmen.com Sophomore DJ Goldstein (Wareham, Mass.) scored a pair of goals and added two assists, as the Southern New Hampshire University ice hockey team used a five-goal first period to skate to an 8-2 victory over Post University on Saturday. Sophomore Brett Strawn (Wareham, Mass.) added three points in the triumph on a goal and two assists, while senior Timothy