• Parker Featured in Union Leader
    December 15, 2017
    At the midpoint of her freshman campaign with the Franklin Pierce University women's ice hockey team, Haley Parker (Londonderry, N.H.) sits as the third-leading scorer and is a member of the team's top line. On Friday, she was featured in the Union Leader, as part of Alex Hall's college hockey notebook.
  • Men’s Track & Field 4x800 Earns Accusplit Relay Award
    December 14, 2017
    RINDGE, N.H. (December 14, 2017) – The Franklin Pierce University men’s track & field team’s 4x800-meter relay squad has earned an Accusplit Relay Award for its work during the 2017 outdoor season, as announced earlier this week, in conjunction with the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association’s annual convention.
  • Women’s Ice Hockey’s Amato, Turney Claim NEWHA Weekly Awards
    December 12, 2017
    RINDGE, N.H. (December 12, 2017) – Freshman forward Nicole Amato (Billerica, Mass.) of the Franklin Pierce University women’s ice hockey team has been named New England Women’s Hockey Alliance Player of the Week, for the week ending on Dec. 10, as announced on Tuesday by the NEWHA. In addition, freshman goaltender Kelly Turney (Fort Gratiot, Mich.) has been named NEWHA Rookie of the Week.
  • Spread Out Scoring Key in Conference Victory at Assumption
    December 10, 2017
    The balanced offensive attack of the Franklin Pierce University men’s basketball team once again led the Ravens to a 76-65 victory versus Northeast-10 Conference opponent Assumption College Sunday afternoon at the Laska Gymnasium. With the win, Franklin Pierce moves to 4-5, 2-5 NE10 and the loss sends the Greyhounds to 1-9, 0-7 NE10.
  • Women’s Ice Hockey Wraps Up Semester with 4-1 Win at Salem State
    December 09, 2017
    SALEM, Mass. (December 9, 2017) – For the second straight day, the Franklin Pierce University women’s ice hockey team piled up more than 45 shots, this time to the tune of a 50-14 advantage at Salem State. On Saturday afternoon, the resultant output came much more easily than it had on Friday night, as the Ravens rolled to a 4-1 win at Rockett Ice Arena. In all, 10 different Ravens notched at least one point, while freshman forward Nicole Amato (Billerica, Mass.) finished with a goal and an assist.
  • Neville Leads Way as Men’s Track & Field Wins PSU Winter Classic
    December 09, 2017
    PLYMOUTH, N.H. (December 9, 2017) – Junior Jaris Neville (Atlanta, Ga.) won a pair of events on Saturday -- posting two NEICAAA Championship qualifying marks and tying a school record in the process -- to lead the way for the Franklin Pierce University men’s track & field team at the PSU Winter Classic, hosted by Plymouth State. His two wins were among six posted by the Ravens on the day, as they came away winners at the meet.
  • Comstock Nets School Record as Women’s Track & Field Wins PSU Winter Classic
    December 09, 2017
    PLYMOUTH, N.H. (December 9, 2017) – Sophomore Katey Comstock (Windsor, Vt.) bettered her own school record in the shot put on Saturday, to help lead the way for the Franklin Pierce University women’s track & field team. The Ravens added four event wins and 12 top-three finishes on the day to take first place at the PSU Winter Classic, hosted by Plymouth State.
  • Late Third-Period Goals Lift Women’s Ice Hockey over Plymouth State, 2-0
    December 08, 2017
    WINCHENDON, Mass. (December 8, 2017) – Despite a 22-9 advantage in shots on goal, the Franklin Pierce University women’s ice hockey team found itself locked in a scoreless tie with Plymouth State through two periods at home on Friday night. The Ravens then proceeded to outshoot the Panthers 26-3 in the third period as well, for a 48-12 advantage for the night. Still, the crimson and grey could not find the net through the first 55 minutes of the game. Find the net they would in the end, though, as freshman forward Nicole Amato (Billerica, Mass.) and freshman defenseman Carolyn Drowne (Bridgewater, Mass.) put home goals 98 seconds apart in the final five minutes to lift Franklin Pierce to a 2-0 win at Jason Ritchie Ice Arena.
  • Parade to Penalty Box Hurts Men’s Ice Hockey in 11-6 Loss at UMass Dartmouth
    December 07, 2017
    NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (December 7, 2017) – After a night of disciplined hockey against Southern New Hampshire at home on Tuesday, the Franklin Pierce University men’s ice hockey team reverted back to a penalties-by-volume approach on the road on Thursday night, and paid the price. A staggering 13 minor penalties led to five power-play goals, as host UMass Dartmouth dealt the Ravens an 11-6 loss in non-conference play at Hetland Arena. Senior defenseman Jerry Laakso (2-2-4) and junior forward Jonathan Ruiz (1-3-4) had four points apiece to lead the way for UMass Dartmouth, while three Ravens tallied three points each in defeat.
  • Women’s Basketball Falls Behind Early, Loses to Assumption 72-52
    December 07, 2017
    The Franklin Pierce University women’s basketball team hit the road for their first of four games away from campus as the Crimson and Grey dropped a 72-52 decision to Northeast-10 Conference opponent Assumption College Thursday evening. With the win, the Greyhounds race to 2-6, 1-6 NE10 while the Ravens fall to 4-7, 1-6 NE10.
  • Warriors Rally Past Ravens in Seesaw Conference Contest
    December 05, 2017
    Four of five starters turned in double-digit scoring performances once again including a double-double effort from senior forward Jordan Lackey (South Plainfield, N.J.), but the Merrimack College Warriors hung on to a 60-59 win in Northeast-10 Conference play at The Fieldhouse Tuesday night. With the win, the Warriors charge ahead to 7-3 overall and 4-1 NE10 while the Ravens drop to 3-5, 1-5 NE10.
  • Men’s Ice Hockey Skates to 2-2 (OT) Tie with SNHU
    December 05, 2017
    WINCHENDON, Mass. (December 5, 2017) – The Franklin Pierce University men’s ice hockey team broke a long scoreless skid on Tuesday night and led deep into the third period at the Jason Ritchie Ice Arena. However, the Ravens were unable to seal the deal, as a late penalty led to a late power-play goal for Southern New Hampshire, and the visiting Penmen forged a 2-2 tie in the Northeast-10 Conference contest.
  • Raven Second Chances Not Enough in Setback to Warriors
    December 05, 2017
    Two players scored 20 points apiece including a double-double effort from Alyssa Casey as the Merrimack College Warriors came into The Fieldhouse and defeated Franklin Pierce University 76-44 Tuesday night in Northeast-10 Conference action. With the victory, the Warriors move to 5-3, 3-2 NE10 while the Ravens fall to 4-6 overall and 1-5 NE10.
  • Women’s Ice Hockey’s Massaro Named NEWHA Rookie of the Week
    December 05, 2017
    RINDGE, N.H. (December 5, 2017) – For the third straight awards period, a member of the Franklin Pierce University women’s ice hockey team has earned New England Women’s Hockey Alliance Rookie of the Week honors. This time around, for the two-week period ending on Dec. 3, the honor goes to freshman forward Marissa Massaro (Brockton, Mass.), as announced on Tuesday morning by the NEWHA.
  • Drogue Finishes 29th, Ravens Conclude Action in New Jersey
    December 03, 2017
    The Franklin Pierce University men’s bowling team ended the 2017 portion of their schedule Sunday at the Northeast Classic Sunday hosted by the Lodi Lanes.
  • Quinn Hits NCAA Provisional Mark, Women’s Track & Field Places Second at Elm City Challenge
    December 02, 2017
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. (December 2, 2017) – In the opening meet of her senior season, Emily Quinn (West Bridgewater, Mass.) of the Franklin Pierce University women’s track & field team notched her first career NCAA Championship provisional qualifying mark on Saturday, and she established a new school record in the weight throw in the process. Junior Lilian Baah (Danielson, Conn.) also established a new program record, in the triple jump, as the Ravens finished second at the season-opening Elm City Challenge, hosted by Southern Connecticut State.
  • Arlabosse Shines Again, as Men’s Track & Field Finishes Second at Elm City Challenge
    December 02, 2017
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. (December 2, 2017) – Freshman Hugo Arlabosse (Marseille, France) of the Franklin Pierce University men’s track & field team posted his first career NCAA Championship provisional qualifying time on Saturday, as he won the 800 meters at the Elm City Challenge. Sophomore Jeff Reddy (Chester, N.H.) added wins in the mile and the 3000 meters, as the Ravens finished second at the two-day, season-opening meet, hosted by Southern Connecticut State.
  • Men’s Bowling Travels to New Jersey for Northeast Classic
    December 02, 2017
    After two weeks away from the lanes, the Franklin Pierce University men’s bowling team headed back to the lanes to compete at the Northeast Classic hosted by the Lodi Lanes on Saturday.
  • Ravens Come Up Short at Stonehill 82-78
    December 02, 2017
    Franklin Pierce University men’s basketball senior forward Jordan Lackey (South Plainfield, N.J.) racked up 18 points, seven rebounds, and two blocks, but the Ravens dropped an 82-78 decision to Northeast-10 Conference opponent Stonehill College Saturday afternoon at the Merkert Gymnasium.
  • Women’s Ice Hockey Stifles Morrisville State, 4-1
    December 02, 2017
    MORRISVILLE, N.Y. (December 2, 2017) – Putting together a team defensive effort more reminiscent of the last two seasons, the Franklin Pierce University women’s ice hockey team held Morrisville State to just 15 shots on goal on Saturday afternoon. Freshman forward Haley Parker (Londonderry, N.H.) scored in each of the first two periods at the Morrisville State IcePlex, and a pair of third-period insurance markers sealed a 4-1 Ravens victory and a 1-0-1 weekend for Franklin Pierce.
  • Skyhawks Limit Women’s Hoops Offense in Conference Defeat
    December 02, 2017
    The Franklin Pierce University women’s basketball team concluded their three-game week with a 71-36 loss to Northeast-10 Conference opponent Stonehill College on Saturday afternoon at the Merkert Gymnasium. The setback drops the Ravens record to 4-5, 1-4 NE10 while the Skyhawks fly to 5-1, 4-1 NE10.
  • Mabbett Sets School High Jump Record, Women’s Track & Field Fourth After First Day of Elm City Challenge
    December 01, 2017
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. (December 1, 2017) – Sophomore Olivia Mabbett (Milford, N.H.) opened the season in style for the Franklin Pierce University women’s track & field team on Friday, as she established a new school record in the high jump on the first day of the Elm City Challenge, hosted by Southern Connecticut State.
  • Arlabosse Wins 600m, Men’s Track & Field Third Through First Day of Elm City Challenge
    December 01, 2017
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. (December 1, 2017) – In his collegiate debut on the track, freshman Hugo Arlabosse (Marseille, France) of the Franklin Pierce University men’s track & field team posted a win in the 600 meters on Friday, highlighting the team’s performance on the first day of the Elm City Challenge, hosted by Southern Connecticut State.
  • Women’s Ice Hockey Trades Second-Period Goals, Skates to 1-1 (OT) Tie at Morrisville State
    December 01, 2017
    MORRISVILLE, N.Y. (December 1, 2017) – The only goals of the game bookended the second period on Friday night, as the Franklin Pierce University women’s ice hockey team and Morrisville State skated to a 1-1 tie at Morrisville State IcePlex. Each team settled for just the one goal after coming up empty on six power-play chances apiece, while Franklin Pierce posted a 30-27 shots advantage in the statistically-even game.
  • Early Penalties Hurt Men’s Ice Hockey in 7-0 Loss at Saint Anselm
    December 01, 2017
    MANCHESTER, N.H. (December 1, 2017) – The Franklin Pierce University men’s ice hockey team committed five penalties in the opening 33 minutes on Friday night at Sullivan Arena. Saint Anselm capitalized with three power-play goals -- and another score which came just after a man-advantage expired -- to prime the pump and fuel a 7-0 win over the Ravens in Northeast-10 Conference play. Sophomore forward Michael Ferraro tallied his first career hat trick in the win for Saint Anselm.
  • McDevitt Tallies 1,000th Career Point as Ravens Fall to Bentley
    November 29, 2017
    The Franklin Pierce University men’s basketball team dropped a 105-69 contest to Northeast-10 Conference opponent Bentley University on Wednesday evening at the Dana Center. With the loss, the Ravens drop to 3-3, 1-3 NE10 and the win improves the Falcons mark to 5-1, 3-0 NE10.
  • #3 Bentley Powers Past Franklin Pierce
    November 29, 2017
    The Franklin Pierce University women’s basketball team headed out on the road to resume Northeast-10 Conference play versus no. 3 nationally-ranked Bentley University on Wednesday evening and fell to the Falcons 114-50 at the Dana Center. The setback snapped a three-game winning streak for the Crimson and Grey as they dropped to 4-4, 1-3 NE10 while the hosts stay unblemished at 7-0, 3-0 NE10.
  • Women’s Soccer Has Four Earn All-East Region Honors from United Soccer Coaches
    November 29, 2017
    RINDGE, N.H. (November 29, 2017) – An All-East Region First Team selection for senior back Gabriella Braga (Porto Alegre, Brazil) highlighted four United Soccer Coaches All-East Region selections for the Franklin Pierce University women’s soccer team, as announced on Tuesday night by the organization. In addition to Braga, both junior back Marta Turmo (Barcelona, Spain) and junior midfielder Nathalia Maria da Silva (Sao Paulo, Brazil) landed on the All-East Region Second Team, while junior midfielder Bruna Tavares (Belo Horizonte, Brazil) took home All-East Region Third Team accolades.
  • Ravens in the Community: Sprint Football Visits Cutler Elementary for NFL Play 60 Event
    November 28, 2017
    SWANZEY, N.H. (November 28, 2017) – Earlier this month, 30 members of the Franklin Pierce University sprint football team paid a visit to Cutler Elementary School to conduct an NFL Play 60 Event.
  • Change for the Better: Women's Soccer Overhaul Leads to 2017 Success
    November 28, 2017
    The final buzzer sounded at Larkin Field. The scoreboard showed 2-1. The Southern New Hampshire University Penmen had clinched the Northeast-10 Conference women’s soccer title, while the Franklin Pierce University Ravens looked on in defeat. The Ravens were named runner-up, which was still a position no one expected them to finish in. This is the story of how they got there.
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