ATLANTA – Junior Kylie Lorenzen (Holliston, Mass.) of the Southern New Hampshire University women’s basketball team was selected as a Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Division II All-America Honorable Mention on Sunday.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University baseball team’s game against Merrimack College, scheduled for Wednesday, March 21 (3 p.m.) at Penmen Field, is being moved to the New England Baseball Complex in Northborough, Mass., at the same date and time.
Take a look back at the last week of Penmen action, as well as a look ahead to this week.
Senior Caleb Potter (Mentor, Ohio) and junior Joshua Zbierski (Stafford Springs, Conn.) each homered, but the Southern New Hampshire University baseball team lost the rubber match of a three-game series with 21st-ranked Saint Thomas Aquinas College, 4-2, Sunday at the New England Baseball Complex.
Junior Ashley Elder (Bristol, Conn.) won a pair of events Saturday, as the Southern New Hampshire University women's track and field team took part in the Tribe Invitational, hosted by William & Mary College.
Redshirt-senior Ryan Sullivan (Hopkinton, Mass.), redshirt-junior John Stanton (Sandwich, Mass.) and sophomore Jake Coro (Johnston, R.I.) all homered in support of graduate student Shane McDonald (Blue Point, N.Y.), as the Southern New Hampshire University baseball team salvaged a doubleheader split with 21st-ranked Saint Thomas Aquinas College on Saturday at the New England Baseball Complex. The Penmen were blanked in the first game, 2-0, before answering back with a 6-1, seven-inning victory in game two.
The 20th-ranked Southern New Hampshire University softball team ended its 14-game trip to Florida by falling twice in a doubleheader Saturday. The Penmen were blanked by Wayne State University, 14-0, in five innings and then were shut out by Northwood University, 7-0.
Senior Chris West (Albany, N.Y.) notched a career-best four points and classmate Michael Brawley (Tewksbury, Mass.) made a career-high 17 saves, but the Southern New Hampshire University men’s lacrosse team was upended by third-ranked Pace University, 17-9, Saturday in its Northeast-10 opener at Pace Stadium.