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Micflikier and Regan carry UNH to success

Friday night´s hero, sophomore Jacob Micflikier, is shown bringing the puck down the ice for the Wildcats during his third career hat trick performance.
Recovery. When defined, recovery means to return to a normal condition. And recovering has been something the University of New Hampshire men's hockey team has perfected this season. After a disappointing loss to Maine last Friday night, the Wildcats have recovered in style.

 

Bearcats hot streak too hot to handle for 'Cats

What would Gerry Friel have said about that one? He might say you have to shoot better than 14 percent from the floor in the first ten minutes of the game. Or maybe he'd say you must contain your opponents best shooters. Then again, perhaps he'd commend the UNH men's basketball team for their comeback efforts that fell short.

Cup of Joe

The bar has been lifted in professional sports. Nothing less than perfection is demanded by owners, coaches, and even the fans. Fifty-homerun hitters are more important than a .280 average who laces gappers. Bone-crushing hits are more marketable than fundamental tackling.

 

Parr for the course

With the NFL season now over, we head into the abyss of the sports year. Between now and the NCAA Tournament, this is undoubtedly the worst time of the year for sports. There's a reason that Sports Illustrated puts out their swimsuit issue during this time of year, because there aren't enough sports going on to fill up a full issue.

'Cats complete sweep at Maine

The women's hockey team had the sort of weekend that can make a team's season as they swept the Maine Black Bears in a pair of away games to overtake Providence in the Hockey East standings and build a commanding lead.

Behind the strong play from netminder Melissa Bourdon, who stopped 34 shots, and two goals from Stephanie Jones, New Hampshire was able to defeat Maine by a score of 5-2 on Saturday.

 

Bearcats prove no competition for Wildcats

With a combination of balanced scoring, tough defense and a little bit of luck, the New Hampshire Wildcats were able to defeat the Binghamton Bearcats, 66-50, Saturday afternoon at Lundholm Gymnasium.

The Wildcats cruised to the victory despite the fact that no UNH player reached double figures for the game.

Hall and Jones vault UNH into third place

Kristen Meisner broke the Sweet Oval record in the 500-meter run to claim the facility's record and lead the University of New Hampshire women's indoor track team to a victory over the University of Vermont, 100-73. Her time of 1:16.72 beat Melanie Morin's old record of 1:17.

 

Drummond's enough to propel Wildcats

Ben Drummond matched his highest finish of the season with fourth place in the giant slalom to lead the University of New Hampshire ski team to a fifth-place finish at the Dartmouth Winter Carnival, which was held Feb. 11-12.

UNH compiled 474.5 points to finish behind Vermont (663 points), Dartmouth (655.


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