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New Hampshire 81, Hartford 56: Wildcats Built From The Bottom

Had they been wearing different uniforms, New Hampshire might have been taken a little more seriously this season. The America East coaches knew better, of course, picking the Wildcats second behind Vermont, with three of the eight who were not Bill Herrion putting New Hampshire first. That, of course, is a long, long way from […]

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About Last Night: Nov. 14, 2016

Princeton lost its season opener at BYU and the American Conference struggled with some mid-major opponents on the opening Monday of the regular season.

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New Hampshire 77, Fairfield 62: Future Is Bright For Both Teams

FAIRFIELD, Conn. – We can debate the relative merits of the CIT and whether it belongs in the current college basketball landscape, but the fact is that Fairfield and New Hampshire had 2015-16 campaigns that deserved some kind of recognition, even though neither could get past their respective conference semifinals. For the host Stags, it […]

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New Hampshire Hopes To Clear America East Semifinal Hurdle

Vermont head coach John Becker had a feeling when the Patrick Gymnasium crowd erupted inconspicuously on Wednesday night, but New Hampshire head coach Bill Herrion did not know he was facing the Catamounts until after they had secured a 56-51 victory over Binghamton.

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Bill Herrion Extended By New Hampshire Until 2019-20 Season

Entering the final season of his contract in September, head coach Bill Herrion had little doubt that New Hamsphire would do right by him.

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America East Quarterfinal Recap – Hartford’s Stunner

The start of the America East tournament was defined by a major stunner in Albany as the Hartford Hawks dethroned the three-time tournament champion Great Danes.

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New Hampshire Energized By Junior Jaleen Smith’s Improvements

One of the biggest reasons New Hampshire saw a resurgence last season was thanks to the development of Jaleen Smith.

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Stony Brook 59, New Hampshire 58: Seawolves Hang On For 18th In A Row

STONY BROOK, N.Y. – The $11 billion question – or whatever the NCAA is getting paid to broadcast the NCAA Tournament these days – in America East is: Can Stony Brook be beaten?

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New Hampshire Breaks Through Against Albany

This is a guest post from New Hampshire student Sam Donnelly who was at UNH’s victory over Albany last night.

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New Hampshire’s Future Strong With Sophomores Camara, Leissner

Through the season’s first 10 games, opponents are beginning to realize they keep their eye on more than one New Hampshire sophomore.

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