TNH’s “HoopCats” – Episode II

On this episode of TNH’s “HoopCats,” the triple-threat team of Sam, Matt and Yanni deliver their perspectives on the All-Stars, power rankings and more.

Benjamin Strawbridge is a News Editor and the Senate Correspondent for The New Hampshire newspaper at the University of New Hampshire. He joined in September 2017 as a contributor, and was promoted to his current position in April 2018. Strawbridge is part of the UNH Class of 2020 and majors in English/Journalism.

"I've always shied away from conventional wisdom, though I know the power of it." - Peter Jennings

TNH’s “HoopCats” – Episode I

On the first episode of “HoopCats,” Sam Eggert, Matthew Erb and Yanni Kakouris take a trip to the courts and deliver their takes on the latest NBA trades.

Benjamin Strawbridge is a News Editor and the Senate Correspondent for The New Hampshire newspaper at the University of New Hampshire. He joined in September 2017 as a contributor, and was promoted to his current position in April 2018. Strawbridge is part of the UNH Class of 2020 and majors in English/Journalism.

"I've always shied away from conventional wisdom, though I know the power of it." - Peter Jennings

Durham celebrates again: UNH rejoices over sixth Super Bowl ring

Durham residents and UNH students gather in passionate celebration in the wake of the New England Patriots’ sixth Super Bowl win on Sunday, Feb. 3.

Benjamin Strawbridge is a News Editor and the Senate Correspondent for The New Hampshire newspaper at the University of New Hampshire. He joined in September 2017 as a contributor, and was promoted to his current position in April 2018. Strawbridge is part of the UNH Class of 2020 and majors in English/Journalism.

"I've always shied away from conventional wisdom, though I know the power of it." - Peter Jennings

Fanatics Huddle – NBA Watercooler Check-down: Nov. 30, 2018

In this week’s edition of the “Fanatics’ Huddle” Watercooler Check-down, Corey, Ian, Danny, Dillon and Jeremy give their takes on the most recent NBA news and their predictions on future games.

Benjamin Strawbridge is a News Editor and the Senate Correspondent for The New Hampshire newspaper at the University of New Hampshire. He joined in September 2017 as a contributor, and was promoted to his current position in April 2018. Strawbridge is part of the UNH Class of 2020 and majors in English/Journalism.

"I've always shied away from conventional wisdom, though I know the power of it." - Peter Jennings

Women’s Ice Hockey ties RPI 1-1 and wins 4-1 in double header

The UNH women’s ice hockey team spent Thanksgiving weekend right here in Durham as they faced off in a doubleheader against RPI. The Wildcats entered the holiday weekend with a record of 2-9-2, but were able to turn things around and add some points to their record....

Early struggles continue as Terriers knock ‘Cats in overtime

UNH (1-5-2, 1-2-1) faced off against Boston University (2-4-2, 2-2-1) on the second night of a back to back after losing to UMass Lowell in overtime. In a sloppy first period riddled with power plays, both UNH and BU had ample scoring opportunities in a high-octane...

Smith’s saves not enough vs. Huskies

The UNH women’s hockey team dropped two games this weekend in a split series against Northeastern University. The Wildcats faced off against the 6th ranked Huskies here in Durham Friday evening, then down in Boston on Saturday afternoon. UNH felt the pressure right...

Wildcats struggle versus Vermont

This past weekend the UNH women’s hockey team traveled up to Burlington, Vermont where they faced off for a double header against the University of Vermont Catamounts. On Friday afternoon, UNH fell to the Catamounts by a score of 1-0. The ‘Cats outshot UVM 11-8 in the...

UNH puts up 108 in season opener

  Bill Herrion began his 14th season as the Head Coach of the UNH Men’s Basketball team, and his 28th overall season as a head coach on Tuesday night. This season is different than any other he’s experienced. “This is the first time I’ve gone into a season with a lot...

UMass proves themselves in win against UNH

In Saturday’s match against UMass Amherst, the University of New Hampshire Men’s Hockey team got off to a lethargic start. Poised against a strong UMass team that currently sits at 5-1-0 overall and 2-0-0 within the Hockey East, the Wildcats knew going into the match...

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