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Witt named UNH women’s hockey coach

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Just coming off her last coaching stint as an assistant for the 2014 silver-medal winning U.S. Olympic Women’s Ice Hockey Team, Hilary Witt was hired Wednesday as the University of New Hampshire women’s ice hockey head coach with one goal in mind.

College Roundup

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Roundup of Granite State college and university action.

UNH Notebook: Holy Toledo! Only 130 days until football opener

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Did you know it’s 130 days until the University of New Hampshire football teams opens the 2014 season against the Rockets of Toledo in the Glass Bowl on Aug. 30?

Dartmouth’s Whalen earns 500th coaching victory

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A Dartmouth doubleheader sweep of Brown in Providence, R.I., Sunday rewarded Big Green coach John Whalen with his 500th career coaching win in his 25th season at the helm.

College Baseball: PSU holds off Keene State

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Dave Hall singled home two runs to highlight a three-run sixth inning and the Plymouth State University baseball team held on to beat Keene State College, 4-3, on Friday at the Owl Athletic Complex.

Starter Mike Robert of Nashua and relievers Zach Zona and Lucas Olen combined on a four-hitter to lead 11th-ranked Southern New Hampshire University to its fifth straight win, 10-2, over rival St. Anselm College Tuesday at Penmen Field.

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Riley Palmer of Goffstown had a three-run homer in the opener and Manny Cruz collected three hits and two RBIs in the nightcap to lead 12th-ranked Southern New Hampshire University to a Northeast-10 baseball doubleheader sweep of American International College, 8-4 and 6-3 Sunday at Penmen Field in Manchester.

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Through 20 games, the Southern New Hampshire University baseball team appears to be as advertised.

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THANKS in large part to its seniors, the University of New Hampshire hockey team made it back to Boston. Now it must win at the TD Garden.

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Two days after losing the NCAA East Region Division II men’s basketball tournament final to host Southern Connecticut State University, 78-72, in New Haven, Conn., St. Anselm College head coach Keith Dickson and his team are still dealing with the disappointment and pain of knowing they had a chance to...

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