College Roundup: Southern New Hampshire captures NE-10 hockey title
The win is the first NE-10 championship for the program. The Penmen were the No. 3 seed and finished the year 17-8-1. No. 4 St. Michael's closed the year at 7-17-3.
Sylvia scored at 4:53 to make it 2-0. Trevor Nelson and Riccio assisted. The Purple Knights cut the lead to 2-1 at 10:38 on a Keith Altidor tally, but could pull no closer. Penmen goalie Tyler Holske made 44 saves in the win.
Maine 66, Univ. of New Hampshire 62: At Durham, senior guard Kelsey Hogan (Nashua) notched a game-high 21 points but UNH fell on Senior Day at Lundholm Gymnasium Saturday.
New Hampshire's eight-game winning streak against Maine was snapped, falling to 18-11 overall and 12-4 in America East. Maine upped its record to 16-13, 10-6.
Dartmouth 14, Sacred Heart 10: At Dallas, the Big Green scored four unanswered goals to break a 10-10 tie and earn a win at SMU Stadium in the 2014 Patriot Cup.
Wiley Osborne had a hat trick for Dartmouth (1-3), while Mike Olentine and Don Stephan each added two goals apiece.
Yale 12, Dartmouth 5: At Hanover, the Big Green women fell in the 2014 Ivy League opener for both teams.
For Dartmouth (2-1, 0-1 Ivy), the loss was the first of the season after wins at UNH and at home against UConn to begin the spring.