BOSTON (February 3, 2018) – The Franklin Pierce University track & field team wrapped up its weekend on Saturday, on the second and final day of the NEICAAA Championships, hosted by Northeastern at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center.
BOSTON (February 2, 2018) – Sophomores Jeff Reddy (Chester, N.H.) and Tyler Hayes (Kings Park, N.Y.) each posted top-15 finishes on Friday to lead the way for the Franklin Pierce University men’s track & field team on the first day of the NEICAAA Championships, hosted by Northeastern at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center.
It's an all-track & field edition of Media Monday this week, as the Ravens start to zero in on the championship portion of the indoor season. First up, our Tyler Aragao talked with sophomore Trevor Guay of the men's team, about last weekend, the weeks to come and... his photography hobby.
BOSTON (January 27, 2018) – In its final tune-up before championship season begins in earnest next weekend, the Franklin Pierce University men’s track & field team was in action on Saturday at the John Thomas Terrier Classic, hosted by Boston University.
Earlier this week, the academic success of Franklin Pierce's student-athletes was briefly featured in an article in the University Business Journal.
The Franklin Pierce University women’s basketball program spent this past Saturday at the Special Olympics Unified Sports Basketball Assessment Tournament in nearby Keene, N.H.
RINDGE, N.H. (March 1, 2018) – Franklin Pierce University has had five student-athletes earn Northeast-10 Academic All-Conference honors for the fall season, as announced on Thursday by the Conference office. Senior forward Carly Canavan (Kingston, N.Y.) and junior midfielder Raegan Moulton (Baldwinville, Mass.) of the field hockey team, senior back Hamish Cadigan (Christchurch, New Zealand) and sophomore midfielder Noam Kolakofsky (Liman, Israel) of the men’s soccer team, and senior goalkeeper Casey Cook (Beverly, Mass.) of the women’s soccer team, were all honored by the league. The selected Ravens were among 84 student-athletes across seven sports honored by the Northeast-10.