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Kelsey Hogan - perseverance pays off

Saturday, January 25, 2014, 1:46PM
TOP Fitness Athlete Kelsey Hogan perseveres through injuries

University of New Hampshire senior guard Kelsey Hogan of Nashua said scoring her 1,000th career point Monday against the University of Vermont in a home game in front of family, friends, coaches and teammates left a lasting impression.  A hard worker on and off the court.... to read article click (here)

 

Merrimack's Duffy looking forward to lacrosse career at University of New Haven

Friday, November 22, 2013, 8:30PM
Courtney Duffy Signs LOI

MERRIMACK – When Courtney Duffy thinks about her first lacrosse stick, she can’t help but laugh. “I remember going to Modell’s to get my first …   Full story 

 

Hollis Brookline athlete Eliopoulos signs letter of intent

Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 10:28AM
Assumption bound

HOLLIS – With about a half dozen signatures, Gigi Eliopoulos put to an end the stress of the last 18 months.

Eliopoulos, a senior at Hollis Brookline High School, and classmate Cam LaFleur sat in the school library Monday morning in front of 50 or so classmates, family members, school administrators, coaches and the rest of their support groups to each sign a National Letter of Intent – Eliopoulos to play lacrosse at Assumption College, LaFleur for baseball at Merrimack College. For the complete article click here

 

Bishop Guertin's Prunier relishes serving as role model

Wednesday, September 25, 2013, 2:39PM

Caley Prunier enjoys helping out her teammates.

Whether it’s lacrosse or field hockey, the Bishop Guertin High School senior is always looking for the open player, always trying to get everyone involved.  For the entire article click here....

 

BG's Santos receives lacrosse awards

Wednesday, July 24, 2013, 4:13PM

Callie Santos, sr., midfielder, Bishop Guertin

Santos, a senior midfielder from Bedford, led the Cardinals in points in 2013, recording 62 goals and 23 assists in 16 games. She finished her career with 208 career goals after starting on varsity all four years of high school. Santos was named to the Division II first-team, was the U.S. Lacrosse Jackie Pitts award winner, and will play lacrosse at UMass-Amherst next year.

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Cody Learned, YALE WINS NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

Friday, April 19, 2013, 9:18PM

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – When Yale head coach Keith Allain '80 addressed the media at the 2009 NCAA East Regional, he spoke of his team's goal of winning a national championship. At that point, the Bulldogs had only been to the NCAA Tournament twice since 1952, so it's safe to say that not many in attendance that day took Allain's comment seriously.

Four years later, Allain's Bulldogs are Frozen Four champions.

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Carbone Named A10 Rookie of the Week

Friday, April 19, 2013, 9:00PM

AMHERST, Mass. - Massachusetts freshman Taylor Carbone was named the Atlantic 10 Conference Softball Rookie of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday.

The Hudson, N.H. native hit a team-best .636, with a .909 slugging pct. and a .636 on-base pct. The starting second baseman hit .571 in the St. Bonaventure series alone with three doubles.

She is the first Minutewoman to earn the rookie award this season and the first since Quianna Diaz-Patterson picked up her second honor on April 30, 2012.

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Amherst native Chelsea Larive refreshed after studying abroad

Friday, April 19, 2013, 8:57PM

Nothing rekindles a passion for a sport like a few months away. Fortunately, for Bentley University junior lacrosse standout Chelsea Larivee, of Amherst, those few months away were spent studying abroad in Florence, Italy.

While her teammates were doing their fall workouts and attending team meetings, Larivee was touring Europe most weekends, visiting London, Switzerland, Austria and Spain, among other destinations. She spent an Oktoberfest weekend in Germany.

She brought along her lacrosse stick for individual skill sessions, earning strange looks from Italians unfamiliar with the predominantly North American sport.

When Larivee returned to the United States, she knew she needed to do a little catching up physically, so she spent four days a week during the holiday break working out with Scott Prunier at Top Fitness in Nashua.

“It was a nice break, because I really hadn’t put my stick down since I started playing in the sixth grade,’’ Larivee said. “It also reminded me of how much I love the sport.

“My coach wanted me to spend time in the off-season on foot work, and Scott was able to get me going.’’

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Meghan Green - Girls Basketball Player of the Year

Monday, April 8, 2013, 9:22PM
2013 Girls Basketball Player of the Year

Green, voted Miss New Hampshire Basketball and Division One player of the year, led the Cardinals to back to back finals and finished her career with over 1000 points and 1000 rebounds. 

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Scott Prunier - Best of Hippo 2013

Sunday, March 24, 2013, 8:40PM

Scott Prunier - voted Best Trainer in Nashua for the third year in a row!