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Wildcats get 'beam of light' from Berrios

Senior co-captain Vanessa Berrios was part of a five-way tie for first place on beam and earned herself a trip to the NCAA national competition, as the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team placed third in the Northeast Regional with a score of 194.

 

UNH trio sprints to victory on home track

Hayes comes up big for Wildcats

The University of New Hampshire women's outdoor track team hosted the Wildcat Invitational I. It was highlighted by Caitlin Hayes' win in the 5000-meter event. She ran it in 17:16.14.

Kiah Quarles placed high in two events for UNH.

Cup of Joe

Last semester I dedicated a column to NFL etiquette and upset a number of women for saying that ladies don't belong in a football stadium. Today I would like to share with you proper etiquette for attending Fenway Park, while trying to salvage the relationship with women readers I once had.

 

Parr for the course

I'm not sure if you've heard, but there's a big controversy going on in the sports world right now regarding steroid use. I know it may seem shocking to some, but it's true: The use of performance enhancing drugs by professional athletes has been a huge issue lately, dominating the headlines and the issue has even been gone in front of Congress.

Volleyball takes four of seven in spring opener

The University of New Hampshire women's volleyball team opened its 2005 spring schedule Saturday afternoon at the URI Tournament in Kingston, Rhode Island. The Wildcats won four of seven games on the day with wins against Rhode Island (30-22), Bryant (31-29), Connecticut (30-26) and the URI alumni (30-28) and losses to Boston College (27-30), Fairfield (23-30) and Northeastern (23-30).

 

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