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
Women’s Tennis Ousted from NE-10s with 5-1 Semifinal Loss to Adelphi Sophomore Rachel Wagner (Framingham, Mass.) and junior Lindsay Baum (N. Salem, N.Y.) continued their winning ways, but the second-seeded Southern New Hampshire University women’s tennis team fell to sixth-seeded Adelphi University, 5-1, Friday evening in a Northeast-10 Championship semifinal match at the YMCA Allard Center of Goffstown. Full Story
NE-10 Women’s Tennis Semi vs. Adelphi Pushed Back to 6 p.m., Moved Indoors MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University women’s tennis team’s Northeast-10 Championship semifinal match against Adelphi University, originally scheduled for Friday (Oct. 21) at 1 p.m. and then pushed up to 9 a.m. at the SNHU Tennis Courts, has been moved back to a 6 p.m. start time indoors at the YMCA Allard Center of Goffstown, due to damp court conditions. Full Story
Women's Tennis Set to Duel with Adelphi for Spot in Northeast-10 Final The second-seeded Southern New Hampshire University women's tennis team will look to advance to its first Northeast-10 Championship final since 2013 when it hosts sixth-seeded Adelphi University in a semifinal match Friday, Oct. 21 (6 p.m.) at the YMCA Allard Center of Goffstown Full Story
Season Preview: Women's Tennis After back-to-back appearances in the Northeast-10 Conference Championship semifinals in 2014 and 2015, the 2016 Southern New Hampshire University women's tennis team has its eyes set on advancing to the finals for the first time since the 2012 season.
Southern New Hampshire University: If You Can Play, You Can Play Southern New Hampshire University student-athletes, coaches and administrators participated in this video message as part of the You Can Play Project (www.youcanplayproject.org), a national movement to support gay athletes and straight allies to ensure that respect, equality and inclusion are part of athletics culture.
Season Preview: Women's Tennis Head coach Greg Coache and members of the Southern New Hampshire University women's tennis team take time to talk about the Penmen's outlook on the 2014 season.
Preseason Report: Women's Tennis With the Northeast-10 Women's Tennis Championship moving to the fall in 2014-15, the Penmen women's tennis team is back on campus already preparing for the season.
2014 Northeast-10 Women's Tennis Championship Preview Women's tennis coach Greg Coache talks about the Penmen heading into this week's Northeast-10 Championship.
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.
2016-17 Northeast-10 Women's Tennis Standings