MANCHESTER, N.H. - The Southern New Hampshire University women's tennis team had an 11-year streak snapped when it did not make the semifinal round of the Northeast-10 Championship last season. Despite graduating two-thirds of their lineup, the Penmen are in position to rebound thanks in part to a strong sophomore class and a handful of impact newcomers. SNHU gets its season underway Saturday, Sept. 7 when it travels to take on Le Moyne College, before heading home to kick off its Penmen Stadium Tennis Courts slate Tuesday, Sept. 17 (3 p.m.) against Saint Anselm College.
"This year I will be putting out the youngest team I have had in my 13 years as head coach," said head coach Greg Coache, "and they already rank as one of our strongest, as well. Staying healthy and focused will be the key to a strong start to our NE10 season."
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