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Women’s Volleyball Wins Regionals

The SNHU women’s volleyball team won the NCAA East Regional tournament for the first time in program history on November 19 in Springfield, MA. The championship match resulted in a win over Adelphi University after a full five sets.  With the victory, the team advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals in Seattle, WA starting on December 1. The team will play against top-seeded Concordia University
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Women’s Tennis Captures First NE10 Title Since 2011-2012 Season

The SNHU women's tennis team won the NE10 championship against Franklin Pierce on October 23, with a final score of 4-3. It is the first NE10 championship for the women since the 2011-2012 season. Team captain Magdalena [Maggie] Hubickova ('23) sees the championship win as a full circle moment after working towards it for such a long time. "Winning the NE10 was such an
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Two Tennis Players Tally Awards

Two of SNHU’s tennis players have been reeling in personal awards upon their return to the court. Magdalena Hubickova (‘23) won NE10 Player of the Week during the weeks of September 21 and October 4. Jonathan Berling ('25) won the same award the week of September 27. Hubickova, who comes from Prague, Czech Republic, has a history of winning awards with the SNHU tennis program.
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SNHU Track Star Racks Up Multiple Awards As Team Finishes Season Strong

Ashley Corcoran ('23) continued to dominate her competition throughout the winter season after a successful fall season. Along with that, she has managed to help lead her team to a second-place finish at the NE10 Championships on February 24 and 25. Corcoran brought home two major individual awards. The first is the Most Valuable Athlete award. This award is "awarded to the student-athlete compiling
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Looking Ahead at Women’s Lacrosse

The women’s lacrosse team at SNHU looks to begin their season against a non-conference opponent, Roberts Wesleyan College, on March 6 at Penmen Stadium. In the NE10 Preseason Coaches Poll, the women’s lacrosse team was ranked 10th, according to Penmen Athletics. Defender Sydney Todd (‘23) from Pelham, NH, is looking forward to the team getting back on track after a year and a half
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Multiple SNHU Teams Finish Regular Season On Top

The week of February 28, women's basketball and men's ice hockey took on the pressure of playoff competition as number one seeds and faced off against opponents throughout the NE10. Pressure has risen as of late for SNHU athletics to remind their competition that they should not be counted out and that they won't go down easily. SNHU guard Adriana Timberlake ('23) of Braintree,
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Stroh Stays on Track with Two School Records

SNHU sprinter Meghan Stroh (‘22) broke two indoor track and field program records on December 5, 2021, at the Art Kadish Elm City Challenge in New Haven, Connecticut. Stroh’s first record of the day was during the 55-meter dash with an SNHU program record of 7.44 seconds, according to the SNHU Penmen Athletics site. She later broke her second school record of the day
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Women’s Cross Country Continues To Grow During Their Season

The SNHU women’s cross country team has been on the rise. With no freshmen on this year’s squad, the veteran presence has been one of the biggest reasons for this incline. Graduate student Jill Couto ('22) has been on the team since the 2016 season and has seen the development of the team first-hand. “The team has developed greatly,” said Couto. “When I came
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Natalie Kallmunzerova Rallies for NE-10 Player of the Year Award

SNHU graduate student and tennis standout Natalie Kallmunzerova ('22) earned her third NE-10 Player of the Week honor of the season. This was following the week of Oct 10 before being named NE-10 Player of the Year on Oct 21. Coming from Prague, Czech Republic, Kallmunzerova and other international teammates are diversifying SNHU’s tennis roster. Now, she stands atop her competitors with a 16-0
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SNHU Women’s Soccer Kicks Off Ten-Game Win Streak to Start Season

With a commanding start to the year, SNHU's women’s soccer team erupts for their tenth straight win on October 9 to begin the season.  After a year of patience and uncertainty, the women’s soccer team began their hot streak. The team continues to climb the national Division II rankings, making their way to seventh, according to the United Soccer Coaches poll.  Starting 5-0 for