The Southern New Hampshire University women’s basketball team used Wednesday’s Northeast-10 Conference opener to send a warning shot to the rest of the league. The Penmen took their third consecutive win to open the season, walloping St. Michael’s College 60-38 at Stan Spirou Fieldhouse. SNHU (3-0, 1-0 NE-10) took double-digit lead midway through the second quarter and never let it fall back to single digits, running the edge to as high as 27.

Antonio Colacci’s first-half goal and an own goal sent the University of New Hampshire men’s soccer team on the way to the America East championship game with a 2-0 win over UMass Lowell in the semifinals on Wednesday night at Wildcat Stadium in Durham.

Quinlen Dean is looking forward to seeing — and tackling — his friend and former high school teammate Karl Mofor on Saturday. Dean and the University of New Hampshire football team will host Mofor and the University at Albany in a CAA bout Saturday at 1 p.m. at Wildcat Stadium.

DURHAM – Four plays into Saturday’s game against No. 3 James Madison, University of New Hampshire junior linebacker Quinlen Dean got loose and sacked quarterback Ben DiNucci, forcing a fumble that freshman defensive tackle Niko Kvietkus recovered.

The University of Massachusetts men’s hockey team had all but clinched a road victory when the University of New Hampshire finally scored Saturday night.

The No. 11 Minutemen recorded the game’s first four goals on their way to a 5-1 triumph at the Whittemore Center in Durham.

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