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.
BOSTON (October 7, 2017) – Freshman Hugo Arlabosse (Marseille, France) led the way in 58th place on Saturday, as the Franklin Pierce University men’s cross country team finished 21st (out of 27 teams) at the NEICAAA Championships at Franklin Park.
RINDGE, N.H. (October 3, 2017) – Freshman Hugo Arlabosse (Marseille, France) of the Franklin Pierce University men’s cross country team has been named Northeast-10 Conference Rookie of the Week, as announced on Tuesday afternoon by the Conference office.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (September 29, 2017) – Freshman Hugo Arlabosse (Marseille, France) posted a second-place finish in his first career collegiate race on Friday afternoon, to lead the Franklin Pierce University men’s cross country team to a fourth-place finish (of 36 teams) at the Paul Short Run, hosted by Lehigh University.
222 Student-Athletes Earn GPAs of 3.3 or Higher During Spring Semester to be Named to Athletic Department Honor Roll
RINDGE, N.H. (May 24, 2017) – A total of 222 student-athletes in the Franklin Pierce University Department of Athletics have been named to the 2018 spring semester edition of the Athletic Department Honor Roll, as announced Thursday. In addition, 33 student-athletes garnered perfect, 4.0 grade-point averages. In all, 21 of the University’s 26 varsity squads eclipsed the 3.0 mark, and the Department’s student-athletes combined to post a 3.18 cumulative GPA for the semester.
RINDGE, N.H. (May 23, 2018) – Carly Canavan ’18 (Kingston, N.Y.) of the Franklin Pierce University field hockey team has been named as one of three finalists for the Northeast-10 Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year award, as announced on Wednesday afternoon by the Conference office.
Jessica Strassburg has been collecting can tabs on her own since her freshman year at Franklin Pierce. Now, over a year later, she is the head of a club on campus dedicated to the same goal, and loving every minute of it.
Siblings are an enigma. Living and growing up together, continually competing and driving each other crazy at times. It does not get much easier when identical twins are involved. For the Lassows and Sweeneys, it is hard to imagine one without the other. All seniors at Franklin Pierce, Benjamin and Aaron Lassow have been vital cogs for the men’s lacrosse program, while Caitlin and Briana Sweeney have brought new life into the women’s lacrosse program, shouldering the team for the better portion of their collegiate careers.