SNHU Places 234 Student-Athletes on Spring NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll MANSFIELD, Mass. – Two hundred thirty-four student-athletes from Southern New Hampshire University, representing all 18 of its programs, were selected to the Northeast-10 Spring 2016 Commissioner’s Honor Roll, the league office announced Wednesday morning. Full Story
Women’s Soccer Teaming Up with MLS’ FC Dallas on Monday MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University women’s soccer team will be embarking Sunday on a two-day trip to Dallas, Texas, where it will take part in a special clinic with FC Dallas, as part of SNHU’s partnership with Major League Soccer (MLS). Full Story
SNHU’s 41st-Place Finish in Learfield Directors’ Cup is Program’s Best Ever CLEVELAND – The Southern New Hampshire athletic department placed 41st in the final release of the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings Thursday as it recorded its best finish ever. The Penmen amassed a total of 356.75 points, adding on 64 points from baseball following the previous release of the standings May 26. Full Story
SNHU Nets Highest Northeast-10 Presidents’ Cup Finish Ever; Places Fifth PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Southern New Hampshire University finished fifth in the 2015-16 Northeast-10 Presidents’ Cup standings, the league announced Monday at its annual banquet. SNHU records its highest finish ever a year after doing so by placing eighth. Full Story
Student-Athletes Celebrated at 51st Annual SNHU Athletic Awards Ceremony BEDFORD, N.H. – Senior Rodney Sanders (Elizabeth, N.J.) and freshman Kristin Wilder (Framingham, Mass.) took home male and female Athlete of the Year honors, respectively, to highlight nine major awards that were given out Monday night as the Southern New Hampshire University Department of Athletics & Recreation celebrated the 2015-16 season and recognized its seniors at the 51st Annual Athletic Awards Ceremony, which was held at the Manchester Country Club. Full Story
2015 Season Highlights: Women's Soccer The Southern New Hampshire University women’s soccer team compiled an 11-5-2 record overall in 2015 and a 9-3-2 mark within the confines of the Northeast-10 Conference. The Penmen amassed their most wins in a season since 2012 and earned their highest victory total in conference play since 2010. Junior Olivia Parsons was named to the Conference Commissioners’ Association All-East Region Second Team as well as the All-NE-10 First Team. Senior Gabby Cappello and sophomore Trisha Luis each garnered Second Team All-Conference laurels, while freshman Miranda Peloquin was tabbed to the Northeast-10 All-Rookie Team.
Highlights: Women's Soccer NE-10 Quarterfinal vs. Merrimack The Southern New Hampshire Univeristy women's soccer team fell, 2-1, to Merrimack College in Northeast-10 Conference Tournament quarterfinal action on Tuesday.
Highlights: @SNHU_W_Soccer Tops Saint Anselm, 4-1, on Senior Night The Southern New Hampshire University women's soccer team picke dup its 11th win of the season with a 4-1 victory over Saint Anselm on Senior Night.
Highlights: Women's Soccer Battles to 0-0 Draw Against New Haven The Southern New Hampshire University women's soccer team played to a 0-0 draw against the University of New Haven on Saturday.
Highlights: Women's Soccer Battles to 1-1 Draw with Pace The Southern New Hampshire University women's soccer team played to a one-all draw with Pace University at Larkin Field on Saturday.
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.
Penmen Profile: Jen Shelp Jen Shelp is an integral part of Southern New Hampshire's success this season. The sophomore has started every game thus far, and she has responded by nearly tripling her points per game average from a season ago. We sat down with Shelp and discussed how she has been able to make major strides in just one season.
2015 Northeast-10 Women's Soccer Standings