Women’s Golf Finishes Fifth at Franklin Pierce Invitational Freshman Makyla Lewellen (Zainesville, Ohio) carded an 82 in Monday’s final round, as the Southern New Hampshire University women's golf team placed fifth at the Franklin Pierce University Fall Invitational at the Keene Country Club. Full Story
Lutinski Sixth, as Women’s Golf is Fifth After Day One at Franklin Pierce Invite Junior Kaitlyn Lutinski (Derry, N.H.) shot an 80 Sunday to tie for sixth place, while the Southern New Hampshire University women’s golf team finished fifth, following the opening round of the Franklin Pierce University Fall Invitational at the Keene Country Club. Full Story
Mitchell Earns First Ever Northeast-10 Rookie of the Week Honor MANSFIELD, Mass. – Junior Morgan Mitchell (Charlton, Mass.) of the Southern New Hampshire University women’s golf team was chosen as the Northeast-10 Rookie of the Week for the period ending Oct. 10, the league office announced Wednesday. Full Story
Highlights: Field Hockey vs. No. 9 Stonehill The Penmen field hockey team fell at home Saturday to ninth-ranked Stonehill College, 4-3.
Highlights: Women's Soccer Turns Back Saint Michael's, 3-0 The Penmen women's soccer team produced its eighth shutout of the season on Saturday, and used a pair of second half goals to pull away from Saint Michael's College, 3-0.
Highlights: Field Hockey vs. LIU Post The Penmen field hockey team fell at home to No. 4 LIU Post on Saturday, 4-0.
Highlights: Men’s Soccer Stings AIC, 3-0 The Southern New Hampshire University men's soccer team bounced back from a brief two-game skid with a 3-0 victory over American International College on Saturday.
Highlights: Volleyball Outlasts Queens in Five Games Led by a career-high 28 kills from Marisa Coronis, the Southern New Hampshire University volleyball team outlasted Queens College to earn a five-game victory.
Alex Hall's NH College Notebook: Frost Heats Up Penmen Revival Penmen field hockey senior Erin Frost and head coach Julie Munson were featured in Sunday's New Hampshire Union Leader College Notebook. Full Story
Aguila Profiled After Top-55 Showing in Boston Marathon Nick Aguila, assistant cross country and track and field coach, was profiled in the New Hampshire Union Leader after finishing No. 55 overall and first in New Hampshire at the Boston Marathon. Full Story
Men's Lacrosse Head Coach Paul Calkins Featured on Inside Lacrosse's DII Podcast Southern New Hampshire University head coach Paul Calkins joined Inside Lacrosse's Matt Kinnear on his Division II Podcast Thursday to discuss the Penmen's season thus far. Full Story
Men's Lacrosse's Will Thompson Profiled by New England Lacrosse Journal Senior Will Thompson was profiled in the March edition of the New England Lacrosse Journal. Full Story
Men's Cross Country's Hernando-Angulo Takes Second at World Snowshoe Championship Nacho Hernando-Angulo of the Southern New hampshire University men's cross country team took second at the World Snowshoe Championships in Sarnac Lake, New York. Full Story
Baseball Visits Students at Local After-School Programs MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University baseball team spent time this week at four different after-school programs around the city of Manchester. Full Story
Cheerleading Donates Food Items for Hurricane Maria Victims MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University cheerleading team collected food donations for Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico during the week of October 2. Full Story
Men’s, Women’s Soccer Stuff JoyJars to Benefit Children at Mass General MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University men’s and women’s soccer teams came together Wednesday night at SNHU’s Sandbox ColLABorative, along with the New England Revolution’s Kelyn Rowe, to stuff 250 JoyJars that were delivered to children and families fighting cancer at Massachusetts General Hospital on Thursday. Full Story
SNHU Athletic Teams Participate in Take Back the Night MANCHESTER, N.H. – A number of Southern New Hampshire University athletic teams took part in Take Back the Night on Tuesday at the campus Green Space. Full Story