Couto Earns All-Region Status, Women’s Cross Country Turns in Top-10 Finish at NCAA Division II East Regional Jill Couto earned United States Track and Field Cross Country Coaches’ Association (USTFCCA) All-Region accolades Saturday to lead the Southern New Hampshire University women’s cross country team to a top-10 finish at the 2017 NCAA Division II East Regional at the Audubon Golf Course in Amherst, New York. Full Story
Couto Races to All-Conference Spot, Women’s Cross Country Runs Seventh at NE10 Championship Jill Couto cruised across the finish line in 22:34.10 on Sunday to finish No. 13 overall, and lead the Southern New Hampshire University women’s cross country team to a seventh-place showing at the 2017 Northeast-10 Conference Women’s Cross Country Championship at Stanley Park in Westfield, Massachusetts. Full Story
Highlights: Men's Basketball vs. Stonehill The Penmen men's basketball team fell at home for the first time in 21 regular season contests Saturday, as Stonehill College topped Southern New Hampshire, 107-98.
Highlights: Women's Basketball vs. Stonehill The Penmen women's basketball team fell at home to Stonehill College on Saturday, 65-53.
Penmen Profile: Daquaise Andrews Junior Daquaise Andrews sat down with us to discuss his development as a member of the Penmen men's basketball team.
Penmen Profile: Mimi MacLeod Senior Mimi MacLeod joined us to discuss her contributions to the Penmen women's basketball team both on and off the court.
Highlights: #17 Men's Basketball Holds Off Assumption, 76-65 Seniors Dimitri Floras (Merrimack, N.H.) and Chris Walters (Stamford, Conn.) combined for 40 points, while junior Daquaise Andrews (Queens, N.Y.) notched a double-double, to lead the 17th-ranked Southern New Hampshire University men's basketball team to a 76-65 victory against Assumption College on Saturday afternoon at the SNHU Fieldhouse.
In Her Own Words: Megan Lewis-Taylor 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.
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
Cheerleading Collects Items for Thanksgiving Baskets to Donate to Easter Seals MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University cheerleading team dropped off Thanksgiving baskets to Easter Seals on Monday to help families in need this holiday season. Full Story
Spirou Presents Signed Ball, Jersey to Manchester Youth at Safety Luncheon MANCHESTER, N.H. – Southern New Hampshire University men’s basketball head coach Stan Spirou attended the New Hampshire Office of Highway Safety/New Hampshire State Police “Governor’s Highway Safety Luncheon” in Concord on Monday and presented a young Manchester boy, who was injured in a car accident last winter, a ball and jersey signed by the Penmen. Full Story
McLaren Visits Evansville YMCA Prior to NCAA National Championship Race MANCHESTER, N.H. – Senior Tyler McLaren (Pepperell, Mass.) of the Southern New Hampshire University men’s cross country team spent time Friday before his NCAA National Championship race with local children at the Evansville YMCA. Full Story
Softball Volunteers at Tons of Turkeys to Provide Dinners for More Than 1K MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University softball team volunteered its time Saturday at Hannaford Supermarkets in Hooksett, Manchester and Bedford to help with the Tons of Turkeys event. Full Story