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TNH’s Annual Wildcat Sports Awards

  Team of the Year Our pick for the team of the year for 2010-2011 is admittedly a little unconventional. But that doesn't mean that the UNH field hockey team is any less deserving of this award.  The Wildcats got off an excellent start to the season back in September, winning their first five games.


Seven seniors honored at banquet

  The UNH men's soccer team gathered together for its annual banquet on Saturday at Holloway Commons. Five seniors were honored for their careers as Wildcats. The senior class of Marcus Barr, Greg Brown, Joe Corsello, Chris Devine, Dylan George, Robin Gerum and Colin O'Donnell were celebrated for their contributions to the team.


Student-athletes from around the globe call Durham home

  While the majority of athletes at the University of New Hampshire hail from the United States, there are also a handful of recruits that have homes outside of this country. Sarah-Marie Frankenberger, Gustav Nilsson and Patrick Konan all have different home countries and have had varied experiences adjusting to their new surroundings, but they all share the pride of representing the Wildcats.

UNH announces signing of new recruits for 2011 season

Rob Thompson, head coach of the UNH men's soccer team, and his staff recently announced that five student-athletes have committed to attend UNH and play for the Wildcat soccer program in the fall. "I am excited to add another set of players into the fold next fall," Thompson said.

Senior Game will be one last hurrah for Connolly

For the second-consecutive year, UNH will be represented in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I Senior Game. Senior Midfielder Kara Connolly will play in the game along with 27 of the best seniors from around the country. The senior game, which consists of a scrimmage between all 28 players and a game against the U.

Season meets heartbreaking end in penalty kicks

  After battling through three scoreless frames of play, the fifth-seeded UNH men's soccer team fell to second-seeded UMBC, 5-4, on penalty kicks in the America East Championship on Saturday afternoon at UMBC Soccer Stadium. Providing the Wildcats do not receive an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, New Hampshire wraps up its season with a 9-5-6 record, after appearing in its first conference title game since 1994. 1 comment

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