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Adelphi Snaps Women’s Tennis’ Winning Streak

Women’s tennis is swinging into one of the best seasons in program history. They began strong, winning their first five matches for the first time in several years. They captured wins over Northeast 10 (NE-10) competitors Merrimack, Franklin Pierce, AIC, New Haven and Saint Anselm. However, their winning streak was snapped, on October 1, when they faced Adelphi, the number one team in the
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Tiago Fernandes Battles Through Illness to Become First Player to Reach Semi-Finals of ITA’s

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.
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Penmen Profile: Tyler McLaren

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
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Concussion Symposium Highlights Effects of Head Injuries in Sports

On Wednesday, September 13, Dartmouth-Hitchcock hosted their Healthy Living Series Symposium: Concussions: Risks, Reality, and Reforms in Webster Hall’s Mara Auditorium. WMUR Sports Anchor Jason King served as moderator for the panel discussion between experts in the field of concussions, injury prevention and athletics. From the Dartmouth-Hitchcock preview for the event, panelists included: “Michael McCann, Legal Analyst for Sports Illustrated and journalist, Associate Dean
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Scholarship Winner Arielys Liriano Presented with Autographed Jersey by Celtics Rookie Semi Ojeleye

Moving onto campus for the first time and preparing for the first semester of college can be a stressful and exciting experience. That’s what Arielys Liriano felt as she walked into her first-year student seminar, but it wasn’t because of who she didn’t know; it was because of who she recognized. “When I walked in, I saw one of the staff members from the
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Fall 2017 Sports Preview

  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
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Black Light Volleyball Spikes Students

The Office of Student Involvement coordinated with Campus Recreation to bring black light volleyball to the Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Fieldhouse on Sept. 23. The tournament style event lasted just under 3 hours, and involved 6 participating teams. Nothing quite like this event has ever been offered at SNHU. The turnout was better than expected, and participants enjoyed playing. “I wanted to provide