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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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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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From Club to DII Sport Women’s Track and Field Exceeds Expectations

The Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) women's track and field team has only been in existence for four years. However, with a diverse roster and competitive skill, the Penmen are sprinting into what could be its best season. In 2015, Head Coach Lex Butler saw a job opening at SNHU for a head coaching position of a track and field program. Butler, who had
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Murphy’s Pair of Individual Victories Highlight Success for Women’s Track and Field

This content originally appeared on Sophomore Alanna Murphy (Nashua, N.H.) captured both the 60-meter hurdles and the triple jump on Saturday, as the Southern New Hampshire University women's track and field team took part in the Middlebury Invitational. The Penmen finished seventh overall with a total of 53 points. Murphy breezed through the 60-meter hurdles with a new personal record time of 9.30 seconds.