In its first NCAA Championship appearance, the fifth-ranked Southern New Hampshire University field hockey team endured 80 minutes of scoreless action against fourth-ranked Kutzown University before falling to the Golden Bears in a penalty shootout, 3-1, on Larkin Field Saturday. The Penmen close out their most successful season in program history with a record of 17-5.
Senior Baylee Lippincott (Phoenix, Ariz.) turned in a team-best 12 kills and sophomore Ramona Fontaine (Chelsea, Mass.) matched her career high with 10 kills, but the Southern New Hampshire University women's volleyball team dropping a heart-breaking 3-2 decision against American International College on Saturday afternoon at the Stan Spirou Field House. Set scores were 25-20, 25-20, 17-25, 22-25, 15-13.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University athletic department was forced to make changes to its weekend schedule for women's volleyball, women's basketball and men's basketball on Friday evening.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Junior Allyson Patterson (Seekonk, Mass.) of the Southern New Hampshire University women's soccer team was recently chosen for the Academic All-District Team, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Junior Gyanna Russell (E. Hampton, Conn.) exploded for a career-high 20 points to lead the Southern New Hampshire University women's basketball team to an 83-70 victory against American International College in a non-conference matchup Wednesday evening at Butova Gymnasium.
Senior Baylee Lippincott (Phoenix, Ariz.) ripped off a match-high 15 kills, but the Southern New Hampshire University women's volleyball team suffered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of in-state rival Franklin Pierce University on Tuesday night at the FPU Fieldhouse. Set scores were 25-19, 25-19, 25-22.
Mansfield, Mass. - SNHU freshman George Thurston (Plymouth, Mass.) has been named NE10 Player and Rookie of the Week and senior Kurt Gutting (Weymouth, Mass.) earned NE10 Goalie of the Week after a pair of road wins.
MANSFIELD, Mass. – Freshman Sinisa Sprecakovic (Mannheim, Germany) of the Southern New Hampshire University men's soccer team was chosen as the Northeast-10 Co-Rookie of the Year, as the league office announced its end-of-the-season accolades Monday. Sprecakovic was one of eight Penmen to earn honors from the conference.
Senior Shawn Montague (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.) erupted for 27 points, including eight in overtime, and 16 rebounds to lead the Southern New Hampshire University men's basketball team to an 87-83 triumph over Molloy College on Sunday afternoon at Mercy College's Victory Hall Sports Center.
Freshman Adriana Timberlake (Braintree, Mass.) dropped in 19 points to lead the Southern New Hampshire University women's basketball team past Concordia (N.Y.) College, 77-74, for its first victory of the season Sunday afternoon at Georgian Court University's Wellness Center.
Fourth-seeded Bentley University scored midway through the 11th minute and that was all it would need, as the fifth-seeded Southern New Hampshire University women's soccer team fell, 1-0, in Sunday's Northeast-10 Championship quarterfinal tilt at Bentley Field.
Melanie Rennie stopped three shots but the third-seeded and sixth-ranked Southern New Hampshire University field hockey team fell to top-seeded and third-ranked Saint Anselm College, 2-0, in the 2019 Northeast-10 Conference Championship Final on Sunday.
Joe Fiorino and Travis Quigley each registered first-period goals, and classmate Alec Marshall turned aside 29 shots to lead the Southern New Hampshire University ice hockey team to a 2-1 victory over Framingham State University on Saturday night.
Junior Corry Long (Cincinnati, Ohio) paced four scorers in double figures with 18 points to lead the Southern New Hampshire University men's basketball team to a season-opening 94-70 victory against Mercy College on Saturday afternoon at the Victory Hall Sports Center.
Senior Molly Terry (Shrewsbury, Mass.) scored 13 points to lead five scorers in double figures, but the Southern New Hampshire University women's basketball team opened its season with a 77-71 defeat against Georgian Court University on Saturday afternoon at the Wellness Center.
The third-seeded Southern New Hampshire University men's soccer team played 110 scoreless minutes against the sixth-seeded College of Saint Rose on Saturday evening at Penmen Stadium, but were knocked out of the Northeast-10 Championship, as the visitors stole a quarterfinal win with a 6-5 triumph in penalty kicks.
Senior Baylee Lippincott (Phoenix, Ariz.) led the team with nine kills, but the Southern New Hampshire University women's volleyball team was swept by Adelphi University, 3-0, Saturday at CRS Gymnasium. Set scores were 25-21, 25-14, 25-21.
Led by sophomore Ashley Corcoran (East Longmeadow, Mass.), the SNHU women's cross country team advanced to the NCAA National Championship for the first time by finishing third at the East Regionals Saturday in Philadelphia.
Hélène Servais notched two goals and an assist in the first half to lead third seeded and sixth-ranked Southern New Hampshire field hockey team past seventh-seeded St. Thomas Aquinas College, 4-0, in Northeast-10 Conference Championship Semifinal action on Larkin Field Friday. The win sends the Penmen to their first NE10 Championship Final, where they will meet up with intracity rival, Saint Anselm College, at Grappone Stadium on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Senior Baylee Lippincott (Phoenix, Ariz.) and freshman Juliana Pacini (Sao Paulo, Brazil) combined to rack up 37 kills, as the Southern New Hampshire University women's volleyball team rallied for a five-set victory against Pace University on Friday night at the Goldstein Center. Set scores were 17-25, 23-25, 25-20, 25-23, 15-12.
The third-seeded Southern New Hampshire University men's soccer team will kick off Northeast-10 Championship play against the sixth-seeded College of Saint Rose on Saturday, Nov. 9 (4 p.m.) in quarterfinal action at Penmen Stadium.
MANSFIELD, Mass. – Junior Allyson Patterson (Seekonk, Mass.) and sophomore Dorthea Glorud (Brumunddal, Norway) of the Southern New Hampshire University women's soccer team were named to the Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team on Friday afternoon, headling eight Penmen that received end-of-the-season accolades from the league office.
Fresh off its first postseason win in program history, the sixth-ranked and third seeded Penmen field hockey team hosts seventh-seeded Saint Thomas Aquinas College in the Northeast-10 Championship Semifinals Friday on Larkin Field at 6 p.m.