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Field Hockey

UNH goes undefeated in second spring tournament

After a successful 2013 campaign that saw the team go 15-7, finish the season ranked No. 16 in the nation and win the America East championship, the UNH field hockey team completed its second spring tournament on Saturday. The Wildcats hosted UMass-Lowell, Harvard and Maine, playing three 35-minute scrimmages and competing in two shootouts on the afternoon. Full story

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Thomson

Thomson: ‘Keep getting better’

ourney to the men’s soccer team at UNH was not an easy one. It took many schools, several moves and family hurdles, but he wouldn’t have it any other way.   “Both my parents are English, so it was always, soccer, soccer, soccer,” Thomson said. “I loved the sport from the beginning. Full story

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Women

Wildcats dominate Southern New Hampshire

The UNH women’s soccer team shut out Division II Southern New Hampshire University 4-0 Friday night at Bremner Field. With a record of 2-0 in spring exhibition games without former head coach Sam Lopes, the team does not appear to have lost any steam since his departure. Full story

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