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Signature New Hampshire Winters Are Vulnerable in Changing Climate

Julie Bobyock, News Editor March 1, 2023

This past winter has been quite an unusual one. With temperatures sporadically rising to the 60s and a lack of significant snowfall, it has been one New Hampshire’s warmest winters ever recorded. January’s...

Wildcats place fourth at Dartmouth Carnival

Bret Belden February 14, 2017

One week after its dominant display in Vermont, UNH skiing traveled to Dartmouth College and once again proved themselves amongst a talented league. While there was no shortage of effort, a combination...

Wildcats earns two top-5 finishes at UNH Winter Carnival

Bret Belden January 30, 2017

UNH hosted the second Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association (EISA) event this weekend, placing third overall thanks to strong performances by Geneviève Frigon, Lisa Wedsjö, Phil Rivet and Peter Holmes....

Cory Schwartz: passing the torch

Bret Belden April 21, 2016

A lot has changed over the course of 34 years: presidents have come and gone, music stars have slowly faded out and the technology has changed rapidly. However, one man’s longevity has bucked the trend...

Skiing 3rd at Williams

Bret Belden February 22, 2016

With the NCAA Championships looming, it is crunch time for the UNH ski team. But the stress of the national meet hasn’t fazed the team, which once again finished with a strong third place showing at...

Exceeding expectations

Bret Belden February 18, 2016

UNH alpine ski coach Brian Blank readily admits that when he recruited sophomore Lisa Wedsjö from Saltsjöbaden, Sweden, he didn’t expect her to perform at the high level she’s been competing at. “When...

Slalom lifts ‘Cats to 3rd

Bret Belden February 15, 2016

This weekend’s Dartmouth Carnival marked a solid showing for the UNH skiing team. The Wildcats placed third in the meet, though the women’s alpine squad taking first place in Saturday’s slalom event...

Get Outta Bed and Shred: UNH Recreation Society hosts winter exposition

December 8, 2015

By Kyle Kittredge Staff Writer Winter is coming and with it, so is the cold sports season. To prepare, the Recreation Society hosted a sports expo in the Granite State Room on Wednesday Nov. 18 to accommodate...

UNH standout Annika Taylor to continue career

Bret Belden April 23, 2015

By Andrew Yourell, Sports Editor For most students in the United States, high school graduation marks the end of athletics. A small percentage have the opportunity to continue competing in the NCAA ranks,...

Skiing: 'A coach's dream': Senior Annika Taylor gets it done on the slopes and in the classroom, earning the No. 1 ranking in the EISA

Bret Belden March 9, 2015

By Andrew Yourell, Staff Writer In American sports lore, Lake Placid is the mythic home of the 1980 Miracle on Ice hockey team. Wildcat senior Annika Taylor hopes to add a New Hampshire twist to the New...

Skiing – Taylor leads UNH to fourth place finish

Bret Belden February 16, 2015

FROM STAFF REPORTS RIPTON & HANCOCK Vt. — Annika Taylor won her fourth Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association women’s Nordic race of the season, and Coley Oliver made it a clean sweep of men’s...

Skiing: ‘Cats place third, Taylor honored for performance

Bret Belden February 2, 2015

STAFF REPORTS HUNTINGTON, VT. — Randa Teschner took fourth place in women’s slalom and Phil Rivet placed fourth in men’s slalom to help the University of New Hampshire skiing team finish in...

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