SNHU Announces New State-of-the-Art Athletic Facility Set to Open Fall 2017 MANCHESTER, N.H. – Southern New Hampshire University broke ground over the summer on a brand new $25-million multi-sport stadium for the Department of Athletics that will be home to men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s track & field. The facility, which will also host select field hockey home games, is expected to open in the Fall of 2017. Full Story
NE10 Launches Bold New Vision for Its Future MANSFIELD, Mass. – The Northeast-10 Conference, in conjunction with leading brand development firm SME, revealed an innovative new vision for its future with the launch of a comprehensive new brand platform and accompanying brand campaign Thursday. Additionally, the Conference unveiled a new identity system, focused on refreshing the existing logo and moniker. Full Story
Field Hockey Trio Earns Northeast-10 All-Rookie Team Honors Freshmen Laura van der Doorn and Maaike Gerkema were joined by sophomore Melanie Rennie on the Northeast-10 Conference field hockey All-Rookie team. Full Story
Field Hockey Closes Best Season in Program History with 2-1 Loss to #8 Adelphi Sophomore Laura van der Doorn (Beverwijk, The Netherlands) staked the Southern New Hampshire University field hockey team to a 1-0 lead in the 22nd minute, but eighth-ranked Adelphi University used a second-half rally to record a 2-1 victory in the regular-season finale Saturday afternoon at Larkin Field. Full Story
SNHU Announces New State-of-the-Art Athletic Facility Set to Open Fall 2017 The Southern New Hampshire University Department of Athletics and Recreation announced a $26-million, state of the art, athletic facility which is set to open in the fall of 2017.
Highlights: Field Hockey vs. Adelphi The Southern New Hampshire University field hockey team dropped its final game of the 2016 season to Adelphi University by a score of 2-1.
Highlights: Field Hockey vs. Stonehill The Southern New Hampshire University field hockey team fell at home to Stonehill on Sunday, 3-1.
Highlights: van der Doorn's Overtime Winner Sends Field Hockey Past Saint Michael's Laura van der Doorn tallied her fourth goal of the year just nine seconds into overtime, giving the Southern New Hampshire University field hockey team its fourth win in five games.
Highlights: Field Hockey Cruises Past Mercy, 4-0 Amaris Taylor and Mikaela Gauvain each notched a goal and an assist to lead the Penmen field hockey team to a 4-0 win.
Ice Hockey Inks Alex Gabree on Team IMPACT Signing Day The Southern New Hampshire University ice hockey team signed Alex Gabree, a 10 year old Bedford, New Hampshire resident, on its Team IMPACT signing day. Gabree is a fifth grader who suffers from PKU, a protein synthesis disorder. His parents, Mike and Melanie, joined SNHU ice hockey head coach Ken Hutchins in discussing the partnership.
Women's Basketball Europe Trip: Day One The Southern New Hampshire University women's basketball team kicked off its 10-day Europe trip on Tuesday evening. The Penmen flew through the night from Boston to Zurich, before connecting to Barcelona. The team then enjoyed a local dinner before visiting landmarks in the downtown area.
Mic'd Up: Mike Mastroberti Southern New Hampshire University baseball captain Mike Mastroberti was recently wired for sound, as the Penmen prepared for the early stages of their 2016 schedule.
Penmen Pink Day: The Partnership Between SNHU Athletics and Catholic Medical Center Southern New Hampshire University hosted its Pink Day game against Saint Michael's College on Feb. 6, 2016. The Penmen hosted their annual breast cancer awareness game and donated proceeds from the game to Catholic Medical Center's Breast Care Center. Head coach Karen Pinkos joined CMC breast surgeon Dr. Connie Campbell to explain the impact the partnership between SNHU and Catholic Medical Center has had on the Breast Care Center.
Penmen Profile: Chris Walters Chris Walters has been one of the top players in the Northeast-10 Conference this season. Walters is averaging over 17 points and nearly 10 rebounds per game for the Penmen through his first 20 games. The redshirt sophomore missed the entire 2014-15 season season with a knee injury, and he joined us and explained how sitting out last year has helped him become a more dynamic player.