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Game of the Year: Men’s Basketball-UNH vs. University at Albany February 11, 2016. Final score: 69-68 UNH

Bret Belden April 28, 2016

UNH had improved heading into the 2015-16 season, but they weren’t where they wanted to be. Part of that was due to their early season performances against the top teams in America East. The Wildcats...

Farewell Column: Many thanks to many folks

Bret Belden April 14, 2016

I am thankful for my four years at TNH and all the people I have had the chance to cross paths with. The newspaper has helped me build my own journalistic foundation and begin to build my brand. I am,...

‘Cats already eyeing next season

Bret Belden March 24, 2016

A step in the right direction. That is the way UNH head coach Bill Herrion feels about the 2015-16 season for his basketball team. The Wildcats set a school record with 20 wins and received a bid to the...

Dion shoots UNH into semifinals

Bret Belden March 3, 2016

For the third time this season the UNH basketball team met the Binghamton Bearcats, and for the third time, the game was ugly. The difference in the game came not in the offense or defense, but in the...

Victory over UMBC clinches No. 4 seed

Bret Belden February 28, 2016

It wasn’t pretty, but UNH was able to do enough to earn their 18th win of the season by beating UMBC 78-69. The Wildcats were led by Jaleen Smith, who scored 23 points and had six rebounds. Daniel Dion...

‘Cats fall to Vermont, fail to clinch No. 3 seed

Bret Belden February 25, 2016

The good news is, UNH is in third place in America East with just two games left. The Wildcats have a chance to have another 19-win season for the second year in a row. As of now, they have 36 wins through...

Donnelly's Dossier: If you don’t like Cam Newton, too bad

Bret Belden February 18, 2016

It has been over a week since Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos left Levi Stadium with the Lombardi Trophy, marking the end of the 2015-16 NFL season. It was a terrible game. Boring. Low-scoring. Just...

‘Ronnel Jordan Show’ silences Maine

Bret Belden February 11, 2016

The last time the UNH men’s basketball team played at home, there was a serious lid on the rim. The Wildcats shot a measly 23 percent. As the Wildcats returned home to take on Maine, the hope was that...

Leissner, McNamara spur Wildcats’ comeback

Bret Belden February 8, 2016

It wasn’t easy by any stretch, but the UNH men’s basketball team was able to pull out a 59-54 win at Binghamton on Saturday. The Wildcats came back from nine points down in the second half, storming...

The Patriots and Economics

Bret Belden February 4, 2016

Let me preface this article by saying this: The Patriots got outplayed and outcoached in the AFC Championship against the Denver Broncos. They had plenty of chances to win and squandered them. They didn’t...

Underdogs no more

Bret Belden February 1, 2016

By SAM DONNELLY STAFF WRITER The Wildcats season to this point can be boiled down to one word. Interesting. The UNH men’s basketball team has a 12-9 record and a 5-3 conference record. They have won...

Donnelly's Dossier: Who’s in? College Football Playoff predictions

Bret Belden December 3, 2015

College Football around here might be over, but for most of the country, it is just beginning. As it does every year, the Division I football season will come down to the final weekend. So bring on the...

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