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'Cats in playoffs with victory over Maine

WR David Ball sprints towards the end zone during the ´Cats victory over UMaine at Alfond Stadium. Ball had 9 catches for 172 yards and 3 TDs in the game.
The entire University of New Hampshire football team, staff, administrators and members of the media were gathered in the team's locker room on Sunday afternoon to find out who the Wildcats would play in the NCAA I-AA playoffs and at what venue. The team cheered as the announcer revealed UNH will play at Georgia Southern on Saturday, Nov.


Wildcats start season with a pair of wins

After a one-point, nail biter victory over Liberty on Friday night, the University of New Hampshire men's basketball was happy to be in thefriendly confines of Lundholm Gymnasium to take on Suffolk University in a Division I versus Division III match-up. The 850 fans on hand weren't disappointed when the Wildcats downed the Rams 89-55 in the home opener and almost keep a perfect 2-0 record to begin the season.

Cup of Joe

A week ago, Ron Artest wanted a month off from the NBA to promote a rap album. Artest got his wish and then some this weekend when NBA Commissioner David Stern granted Artest that month of freedom and, for good measures, tacked on another 11 as he suspended the time bomb forward for the rest of the season.


Parr for the course

What the NCAA needs is a playoff system (like you expected any other solution?) The fact is, if you polled 100 college football fans across the nation, no matter what position their team is in, 99 would say they would want a playoff to some extent. The argument against a playoff system has always been that it interferes with the student athlete.

'Cats sweep Huskies in home and home

The No. 6 ranked University of New Hampshire men's hockey team defeated Northeastern University, 7-4, on Saturday night at Matthews Arena. UNH has now won six of their last seven games, including the last four contests.

Sophomore forward Brett Hemingway got back the lead for the Wildcats for good, 5-4, registering the game-winning goal at 8:14 of the third period.


Winning ways continue

Lindsay Hansen recorded five points with a goal and four assists to propel the seventh-ranked University of New Hampshire women's ice hockey team to Saturday night's 7-1 Hockey East victory against Northeastern University at the Whittemore Center.
UNH improved to 8-1-1 overall and 4-0-0 in Hockey East with its 10th consecutive win in the series vs.

'Cats down Big Green in opener

While most Wildcat fans were packing the seats of the Whittemore Center for the men's hockey game on Friday night, another game was taking place down at the Lundholm Gymnasium. And what a game it turned out to be as the University of New Hampshire women's basketball team beat Dartmouth 75-73 in an exciting overtime finish in the first game of the season for both teams.


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