BEDFORD, N.H. – Seniors Chris Walters (Stamford, Conn.) and Rianna Fasanello (E. Bridgewater, Mass.) received male and female Athlete of the Year honors, respectively, to highlight nine major awards that were handed out Monday night as the Southern New Hampshire University Department of Athletics & Recreation celebrated the 2017-18 season and recognized its seniors at the 53rd Annual Athletic Awards Ceremony, which was held at the Manchester Country Club.
The Southern New Hampshire University field hockey team was named a recipient of the 2017 Zag Field Hockey/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division II National Academic Team Award on Tuesday, as the organization announced its award winners. The Penmen generated a team grade-point average of 3.66, which was third overall amongst all NCAA Division II field hockey programs.
MANSFIELD, Mass. – Senior Tyler McLaren (Pepperell, Mass.) of the Southern New Hampshire University men’s cross country team captured Northeast-10 Sport Excellence Award honors and was also one of a league-high 11 Penmen to receive NE10 Academic All-Conference recognition – doing so for the third consecutive season – as the conference office announced its fall academic honors Thursday.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University Department of Athletics officially opened Penmen Stadium – its brand new, state-of-the-art facility – when it held its ribbon-cutting ceremony in front of a crowd of more than 300 people Saturday morning and then followed that up with a men’s lacrosse victory in the first game played on the new turf.
MANSFIELD, Mass. – The Southern New Hampshire University athletic department placed a record-breaking 269 of its student-athletes, representing all 19 programs, on the Northeast-10 Fall 2017 Commissioner's Honor Roll, the league office announced Friday afternoon.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University Department of Athletics will be holding the Penmen Stadium dedication and ribbon cutting on Saturday, Feb. 24 at 10 a.m., with members of the SNHU community invited to attend.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – The official website of Southern New Hampshire University athletics (www.snhupenmen.com) re-launched Thursday morning with a brand new design. The website was redesigned by PrestoSports (www.prestosports.com) and features a clean, modern look with standout features and similar navigation to easily access information on all 20 Penmen teams.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Looking for the perfect gift for the Penmen fan in your life this holiday season? Look no further. The Southern New Hampshire University Department of Athletics has what you need with sport-specific Penmen t-shirts and photo gifts available at snhupenmen.com.
Hélène Servais of the Southern New Hampshire University field hockey team was named the Northeast-10 Conference Field Hockey Rookie of the Year on Wednesday, as the league announced its All-Conference teams and major award winners. Laura van der Doorn also garnered recognition from the NE10, as she was named Second Team All-Conference.
Melanie Rennie of the Southern New Hampshire University field hockey team was named the Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Defensive Player of the Week on Wednesday, as the organization announced its weekly award winners.
Take a look back at the last week of Penmen action, as well as a look ahead to this week.
Melanie Rennie of the Southern New Hampshire University field hockey team was named the Northeast-10 Conference Goalkeeper of the Week on Monday, as the League announced its final weekly honors recipients of the 2017 season. It marked the second time Rennie was feted this year.
Erin Frost and junior Maddie Holt each tallied four points, and the Southern New Hampshire University defense did not allow a shot on goal Saturday, as the Penmen field hockey team closed out its 2017 campaign with a 7-0 victory over Southern Connecticut State University.
Southern New Hampshire University field hockey sophomore Megan Lewis-Taylor spent six years serving her country in the United States Coast Guard. After being honorably discharged, Lewis-Taylor returned to school to pursue her goal of becoming an engineer, but one year in, the college she chose shut its doors. Her story did not end there, however. See how SNHU gave this 27-year-old's dreams a second chance.