UNH fighting back from injury midway through the season

DURHAM, N.H. – In an unprecedented season, the University of New Hampshire men’s hockey team is about midway through their season – one that hasn’t been too kind to them. They currently sit at 3-7-1, which has them sixth in the Hockey East above UMass Lowell, UMaine, Boston University, UVM and Merrimack, who have all played less games than the Wildcats.

Wildcats set up for future as young core continues to grow

DURHAM, N.H. – Kelsey Hogan, the UNH women’s basketball head coach, is the youngest coach in women’s college basketball. She inherited a team that had gone a combined 16-43 the last two seasons. She replaced Maureen Magarity, who had guided the Wildcats for 10 seasons and became the second-winningest coach in school history.

Former Wildcat Josh Bauer selected 31st overall in 2021 MLS SuperDraft

Former UNH men’s soccer standout Josh Bauer was selected 31st overall to the Atlanta United FC in the 2021 MLS SuperDraft on Thursday afternoon. Bauer was the fourth pick in the second round after Atlanta United dealt the fifth and 32nd overall picks to D.C. United in exchange for the 31st selection and $125,000.

Murphy, Wildcats show their winning DNA in sweep of Stony Brook

STONY BROOK, N.Y. – The University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team (6-5, 5-3) fell four spots in the America East standings after being swept at home by the UMBC Retrievers (10-3, 6-2) a weekend ago. The pressure was on after falling to .500, and a date with the then conference-leading Stony Brook Seawolves (6-6, 4-2) on the horizon.

Hogan praises Wildcats’ fight in split with Stony Brook

The University of New Hampshire women’s basketball team (4-9, 4-6) split a two-game series with Stony Brook (6-4, 4-2) over the weekend. The Wildcats looked sharp in game one, winning 52-49, but ran out of steam the following day, falling 64-41. This split marks the third series in a row in which Kelsey Hogan’s squad has won game one and been defeated in the second leg.

UNH down six players, get swept by UConn

After a 7-0 route of the University of New Hampshire men’s hockey team (3-7-1) at the hands of No. 13 Northeastern (6-3-2) Wednesday night, the Wildcats looked to bounce back this past weekend in a two-game series against UConn (5-5-1). Unfortunately for the ‘Cats, the weekend didn’t go according to plan as they went on to get swept by the Huskies.

UMBC outsizes UNH in weekend sweep of the Wildcats

Injuries had plagued the University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team (3-3) to this point in the season, but head coach Bill Herrion finally had his entire rotation available for the weekend set with the UMBC Retrievers (5-1).

Wildcats push No. 2 BC to brink in weekend split

After falling to No. 8 UMass last Wednesday night, the University of New Hampshire men’s hockey team set their attention to the No. 2 Boston College Eagles. The Wildcats got back to their winning ways, splitting the weekend 1-1.

UNH ties to Monday’s CFP National Championship Game

The biggest storyline ahead of Monday night’s College Football Playoff National Championship Game is head coach Nick Saban going for his seventh career national title. Saban has led his Alabama Crimson Tide to a 12-0 record en route to becoming the No. 1 team in the nation and now bidding to become national champions. For the state of New Hampshire, however, there should be a heightened level of interest for the No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes on Monday night.

Injuries stack up; UNH improves to 3-1 in America East

The UNH Wildcats men’s basketball team (4-3, 3-1) traveled to Orono, ME for a weekend set with the Black Bears (1-4, 1-3) on the heels of a two-game sweep of the Hartford Hawks to start their conference schedule. UNH remains plagued by injuries to their top-end talent but juniors Marque Maultsby and Jayden Martinez took on the team’s top scorer role as they split two games with UMaine.