Women’s Soccer Finishes Greatest Season in Program History

Fall 2017 has been the best season Southern New Hampshire University’s women’s soccer team has seen in all its program history. They wrapped up the season with an overall record of 15-3-5, earning them the number 2 seed in the Northeast-10 Conference, which was the highest ranking they have ever received. They went on to capture the Northeast-10 title in postseason action in an

Men’s Basketball Opens Season 2-0 for Second Straight Year

The Southern New Hampshire University Men’s Basketball team opened their season last weekend, November 11 and 12, with wins over District of Columbia and Goldey-Beacom. Graduate student Chris Walters (Stamford, Connecticut), along with senior Dimitri Floras (Merrimack, New Hampshire) and junior Daquaise Andrews (Queens, New York), dominated the scoreboard during both games to bring the Penmen to a clean 2-0 season start for the

SNHU Club Hockey Team in Debt: Donations to Keep the Men on the Ice

Heading into the 2017-2018 winter season, the SNHU Club Hockey team faces serious financial difficulties. A member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA), the team has started a Go Fund Me page where people are encouraged to donate so the team can remain a participating team in the league. Their page states, “Unless we make up the deficit we have encountered from our 2016-2017
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Ashley Kaminski Awarded Ken M. Bedeni Student Leader Award at NACA Northeast 2017

On November 2, SNHU’s student-led organization, Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE), traveled to Hartford, Connecticut for the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Conference. This conference is dedicated to increasing the leadership capabilities of student programmers while empowering them to bring diverse and unique programming opportunities back to their university. While a meaningful and educational experience for the members who attended, this

No. 2 Women’s Soccer Crowned Northeast-10 Champions

After earning a spot in the Northeast-10 Championships finals with a 5-4 semifinal win in penalty kicks over Assumption Friday night, No. 2 Southern New Hampshire University met in-state rival No. 4 Franklin Pierce Sunday, November 5 for finals action on Larkin Field. Southern New Hampshire executed their best performance on Larkin as they doubled-up the Ravens, posting a 2-1 win to capture the

Le Moyne Stuns SNHU in Northeast-10 Conference Quarterfinals

Hearts are breaking across the SNHU community as No.5 Le Moyne College stunned the Southern New Hampshire Penmen in the Northeast-10 Conference Championship quarter-finals on October 31 at Larkin Field. The Penmen and the Le Moyne Dolphins remained scoreless throughout the match, but four unanswered penalty kicks off the feet of the Dolphins forced them to advance to Friday’s semi-finals. In the shootout, the

Women’s Soccer Advances to Semi’s of Northeast-10 Championships

Southern New Hampshire University’s Women’s Soccer team advances to the semi-final round of the Northeast-10 Conference Championships with a 2-0 blanking of No. 7 Bentley University Tuesday, October 31.    No. 2 Southern New Hampshire dominated action starting early in the first half. Senior Abigail Maker (Naples, Maine) kicked off the scoring in the eighth minute when she found a long ball from first-year Reanna Romano (Derry, New Hampshire).

Women’s Soccer Celebrates Senior Day Ahead of Northeast-10 Championships

Southern New Hampshire University’s Women’s Soccer team celebrated Senior Day October 28 during an NE-10 matchup with the College of Saint Rose in the Penmen’s final game of the regular season. SNHU honored seven seniors and one junior in an emotional pregame celebration that saw family and friends gather at Larkin Field. Soon-to-be graduates Abigail Maker (Naples, Maine), Trisha Luis (Lowell, Massachusetts), Alena Woodarek

SNHU’s Latest Club Sport Competes in Harvard Tournament

Shadowed by talented competitive Division II athletics teams, Southern New Hampshire University offers several club teams for individuals who prefer to compete in their favorite sports without the added pressure of winning. One of the newest club teams is tennis. Club tennis started last year when now sophomores Molly Corson and Nathan Grimm went to the recreation department to share their love of the