UNH opts out of final weeks after playing just one game

DURHAM, N.H. – After only competing in one of their six scheduled games this spring, University of New Hampshire (UNH) football (0-1) has opted out of their final two games of the regular season. The decision came after ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns within the program caused the postponement of three games.

Wildcats rise to No. 11 after clinching playoff berth

DURHAM, N.H. – No. 12 University of New Hampshire (UNH) men’s soccer (5-0-1, 4-0-1) defeated a struggling UMass Lowell team (0-6-0, 0-4-0) by a score of 4-1 on Friday afternoon at Wildcat Stadium. With the dominating win the Wildcats punched their ticket to the four-team America East Championship to defend their status as America East Champions.

After a year without, 2021 March Madness fails to disappoint

The 2021 NCAA men’s basketball tournament was one for the ages. Cinderella stories and juggernauts like Gonzaga and Baylor facing off on the biggest stage in college hoops. After a year without a tournament, the anticipation for this year’s tournament was palpable. The tournament certainly didn’t disappoint with moments like Jalen Suggs game-winning three pointer for Gonzaga versus UCLA, and Sister Jean willing Loyola Chicago to another improbable Sweet Sixteen appearance.

Wildcats head into season finale searching for a playoff bid

DURHAM, N.H — It all comes down to Friday at 2 p.m. in Wildcat Stadium. That’s when the University of New Hampshire (UNH) women’s soccer team (5-2, 2-2) will face off against Stony Brook (4-3, 4-1) with playoffs on the line. The ‘Cats sit at second in Division A of the America East (AE) behind UMass Lowell (5-1-1, 4-0) and just in front of Vermont (1-3-1, 1-2-1). The Wildcats edged out Vermont in a double-overtime thriller earlier this season and hold the tiebreaker if the two sides finish with the same conference record.

Four Wildcats compete at NCAA Regional Championship

Four Wildcats competed for the University of New Hampshire (UNH) this past weekend in the NCAA Regional Championship. Junior Hailey Lui and sophomores Kylie Gorgenyi, Robyn Kelley and Alyssa Worthington were the only UNH gymnastics (9-3, 5-1) athletes able to compete in regionals after the teams ranking fell to 38 in the nation with only the top 36 advancing to the championship. Coronavirus (COVID-19) protocols kept UNH from competing in the EAGL Championship on March 20 and ended the rest of the team’s season.

Four former Wildcats win NWHL’s Isobel Cup with the Boston Pride

Four former Wildcats made UNH proud this past weekend by winning the National Women’s Hockey League’s (NWHL) Isobel Cup. Jenna Rheault, Carlee Turner, Meghara McManus, and Taylor Wenczkowski were all part of the 2021 NWHL Champion Boston Pride.

Wildcats sweep NJIT on senior day

DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire (UNH) women’s volleyball team (7-3) dominated on senior day winning easily against the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) Highlanders (2-10). The Wildcats celebrated senior day cruising to a 3-0 win on the back of the only senior on the team, setter Emma Patlovich. She was honored prior to the game with flowers and applause from teammates before setting a season-high for service aces with four. Patlovich set up teammates for easy kills all afternoon garnering 30 assists and she wasn’t shy to dive on the floor, shown by her five digs.

Mariani scores twice in 4-2 loss at Maine

DURHAM, N.H.— University of New Hampshire (UNH) field hockey (4-4, 1-3) took on the University of Maine (4-2, 4-0) this past Sunday. Maine defeated the Wildcats with a final score of 4-2.

Wildcats jump to No. 12 after 4-0 win over Hartford

DURHAM, N.H. – No. 14 University of New Hampshire (UNH) men’s soccer (4-0-1, 3-0-1) returned home to Wildcat Stadium on Friday where they dominated the Hartford Hawks (2-1-0, 2-1-0) in a 4-0 victory. However, the win didn’t come without a cost as junior captain Jonny Wolf left the game early with what appeared to be a knee injury.

Recruitment roadblocks for UNH football during NCAA dead period

On March 13, 2020 the NCAA initiated a dead period that suspended nationwide recruiting until April 15. A year later, and the dead period is still in place, leaving the University of New Hampshire (UNH) football reflecting on how it’s affected recruiting then and now.