The no. 17 nationally-ranked Pace University men’s lacrosse program earned an 11-5 Northeast-10 Conference victory against host Franklin Pierce University Tuesday afternoon in a cold and windy contest played on Sodexo Field. With the setback, the Ravens drop to 5-6, 3-6 NE10 while the Setters improve to 6-5, 5-4 NE10.
BEVERLY, Mass. (April 17, 2018) – Returning to the postseason for the first time in over a decade, the Franklin Pierce University men’s tennis team came up on the short end of things on Tuesday afternoon, in the first round of the Northeast-10 Conference Championship. Playing at the Bass River Tennis Club, the fourth-seeded Ravens notched a win at third doubles against fifth-seeded Bentley, but the Falcons ultimately came away with the 5-1 victory.
BEVERLY, Mass. (April 16, 2018) – The Franklin Pierce University women’s tennis team wrapped up its season on Monday afternoon at the Bass River Tennis Club, with an 8-1 non-conference loss to Gordon.
RINDGE, N.H. (April 16, 2018) – For the first time since 2005, the Franklin Pierce University men’s tennis team will return to the postseason on Tuesday afternoon, as the fourth-seeded Ravens take on fifth-seeded Bentley in the first round of the Northeast-10 Conference Championship. Due to inclement weather, the match has been relocated to the Bass River Tennis Club in Beverly, Mass., and will begin at 11:30 a.m.
RINDGE, N.H. (April 19, 2018) – Franklin Pierce University and the Department of Athletics welcomed Special Olympics New Hampshire to campus on Saturday, April 7, as the latter held a practice day for 50 of its Special Olympic athletes.
RINDGE, N.H. (April 18, 2018) – Freshman Roberto Chong (Puigpunyent, Spain) of the Franklin Pierce University men’s tennis team has been named Northeast-10 Conference Rookie of the Year, as announced on Wednesday by the Conference office. Chong was also named to the All-NE10 Third Team and the league’s All-Rookie Team, while junior James Bisazza (West Barnstable, Mass.) landed on the All-NE10 Second Team.
When it comes to injuries, athletes can often be stubborn in dealing with their diagnosis. For Nicole Galewski, it was no different. A graduate student and native of Whitman, Massachusetts, Galewski is one of the Franklin Pierce women’s track & field team’s most seasoned athletes. A record holder and multi-event competitor, Galewski has established herself as among the program’s best despite dealing with subluxation degeneration, a condition which affects specific areas of the spine, causing nerve interference.
Franklin Pierce track & field is beginning to get into the outdoor portion of its season in earnest, and was in action over the weekend at the Coast Guard Invitational. On Media Monday, senior Nicholas Jacques of the men's team chatted with our Tyler Aragao about his success at the meet, his approach to team leadership, and... The Flash.