Franklin Pierce University men’s basketball forwards Asante Sandiford (Boston, Mass.) and Mike McDevitt (Cumberland, Maine) racked up double-doubles as the Crimson and Grey ended their season with a 70-65 victory over Northeast-10 Conference opponent Assumption College on Tuesday evening in the Laska Gymnasium. The win, the Ravens fifth in the last six games, improves their mark to 15-12, 12-9 NE10. The loss ends the Greyhounds season at 7-21, 5-16 NE10.
The Franklin Pierce University men’s basketball team constantly made the extra pass and found open teammates as they handed out 22 assists on 30 field goal conversions in a 81-69 victory over Northeast-10 Conference opponent Merrimack College on Saturday afternoon in The Fieldhouse. The win, the Crimson and Grey’s fourth in their last five contests moves them to 14-12, 11-9 NE10 and the loss sends the Warriors to 18-9, 12-8 NE10.
Franklin Pierce University men’s basketball junior forward Jordan Lackey (South Plainfield, N.J.) racked up a career-high 31 points and personal best 11 rebounds as the Ravens suffered a two point, 94-92 Northeast-10 Conference loss to Southern New Hampshire University on Wednesday evening in The Fieldhouse. With the win, the Penmen move to 18-6, 14-5 NE10 and the loss sends the Ravens to 13-12, 10-9 NE10.
Franklin Pierce University men’s basketball senior guard Donte Gittens (Hartford, Conn.) has been named the Spalding Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Week Monday afternoon by the league offices.
RINDGE, N.H. (October 17, 2017) -- The Franklin Pierce University cross country and track & field program led the charge in a pair of community engagement events over the weekend, lending their time and support to both a local Color Run and a Breast Cancer Walk.
Ravens women's ice hockey will open up its sixth season of competition on Friday night. The team jumps right into the fire, with a home-and-home against Holy Cross to open the season. On Monday afternoon, our Matthew Janik chatted with sophomore defenseman and alternate captain Delaney Guimont to preview the season. Guimont discussed the upcoming games, how the leadership team has worked to build chemistry with the freshman class and about her recent training of a service dog.
Ravens women's soccer recently had a three-game winning streak snapped, but still sits in good position in the NE10, with a big test coming up at Adelphi this weekend. On Monday, our Tyler Aragao caught up with first-year head coach Jonathan Garbar to assess the state of the program. Garbar discussed his adjustment to life in Rindge, the building of a culture within the program and mentioned -- but did not show off -- his stellar dance skills.