D’Antonio, McDonnell express optimism about the fall season at CAA Media Day 

Far from the usual pageantry of M&T Bank Stadium, the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) hosted their annual media day via Zoom on Tuesday afternoon. Commissioner Joe D’Antonio kicked off the media availability speaking about the logistics of the upcoming fall season for the CAA and the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS).  

Look ahead to the fall season for women’s soccer

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) women’s soccer team didn’t get a chance to compete in the 2021 postseason. The team earned a spot in the America East Tournament, but due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns within the program, they were forced to withdraw. The ‘Cats had a strong season up until their early exit. They had the best start in program history (4-0) and never dropped a game at Wildcat Stadium.

Players to watch ahead of fall football season

UNH football only had the opportunity to play one game this spring. In week they hosted UAlbany and lost by a final of 24-20. While coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns may have halted their spring campaign, there are still more than a handful of players for UNH to be excited about before they kick off again on Sept. 4.

No. 11 UNH falls to No. 24 Kentucky in Second Round of NCAA Tournament

GREENSBORO, N.C. — No. 11 nationally ranked University of New Hampshire (UNH) men’s soccer (8-1-1, 7-0-1) fell to No. 24 Kentucky (12-4-2, 3-3-1) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament by a final of 2-0 with goals from senior Bailey Rouse and first-year defender Jalen Bigby. Kentucky will move on to the third round to face No. 4 Wake Forest.

Track and Field stumble at AE Championships

LOWELL, MASS. — The UNH women’s and men’s track & field teams traveled to Cushing Field Complex at UMass Lowell this past weekend to compete in the two-day American East Championships.

Blanding rounds out season for ‘Cats with seven points

DURHAM, N.H. — In their final game of the season, the University of New Hampshire (4-7,3-6) hosted Hartford (0-9,0-9). The Wildcats dominated this game, only trailing at one point all day which ended with a final score of 15-10.

TNH Sports Writer Spring Honors

We’ve been there for all your games, now find out who we’ve deemed Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year. This is Dan Marshman, Spencer Marks, Brackett Lyons and Shaun Petipas to give you the latest sport awards for Volleyball, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Lacrosse and Men’s Soccer. Thanks for a great year UNH athletes!

Wildcats fall to 3-6 after 13-9 loss to UVM

DURHAM, N.H. — Saturday night the University of New Hampshire (UNH) women’s lacrosse (3-6,2-5) hosted the University of Vermont (5-5,5-3) for their second home game in a row. This time the Wildcats were accompanied by fans in the stands. This addition was not enough to give them the win, however, as they were bested 13-9 by the Catamounts. 

Former Wildcat Pop Lacey signs with the NAZ Wranglers of the IFL

The last time Pop Lacey suited up was all the way back on Nov. 23, 2019 when the Wildcats defeated the Maine Black Bears 28-10 to take back the Brice-Cowell Musket. Today, Lacey is headed to northern Arizona for his first opportunity at professional football with the Northern Arizona Wranglers of the Indoor Football League (IFL).

Wildcats extend record with ninth America East Championship

NEWARK, N.J. — Nothing could go wrong for the University of New Hampshire (UNH) swim & dive as they traveled to New Jersey to compete in the America East (AE) Championships. UNH finished the Championship meet with 817 points, while also winning 15 out of the total 18 events. This performance continued the dominance the ‘Cats have had on the America East. This title extends the Wildcats record of the most America East Championships with nine.