Franklin Pierce University women’s basketball sophomore guard Mya Mosley (Worcester, Mass.) tallied a game-high 14 points as the Ravens were victorious in their second straight contest, a 50-44 win against non-conference opponent Felician University Saturday afternoon at the Fieldhouse. With the win, the Ravens even up their record at 3-3 while the Golden Falcons fall to 2-2.
Franklin Pierce University senior guard Jemma Thacker (Nairne, South Australia) notched a game-best 20 points as the Crimson and Grey headed into Thanksgiving with their first Northeast-10 Conference victory of the 2017-18 campaign, a 65-53 decision against Saint Michael’s College Tuesday evening at the Fieldhouse. With the victory, the Ravens improve to 2-3, 1-2 NE10 while the Purple Knights fall to 2-3, 0-3 NE10.
Four Franklin Pierce University women’s basketball team starters scored in double-figures including senior guard Jemma Thacker’s (Nairne, South Australia) team-leading 19 points and eight rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as Northeast-10 Conference foe Southern New Hampshire University came into the Fieldhouse and handed the Crimson and Grey an 85-68 setback in their home opener on Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Penmen charge forward to .500 overall at 2-2 and remain undefeated in NE10 play (2-0) while the Ravens fall to 1-3, 0-2 NE10.
Franklin Pierce University women’s basketball players Jemma Thacker (Nairne, South Australia) and Mya Mosley (Worcester, Mass.) scored 11 points apiece as the Ravens suffered their first Northeast-10 Conference setback to Saint Anselm College 65-49 Wednesday evening in the Stoutenburgh Gym. The loss sends the Ravens to 1-2 overall and 0-1 NE10 while the Hawks soar to 2-1, 1-0 NE10.
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.
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.
Senior Mike McDevitt is in his final go-around with Ravens men's basketball in 2017-18, and the team is coming off a win at home last week over Saint Michael's. On Monday, our Matt Cerullo caught up with McDevitt to discuss the evolution of his game over time, to take a look at two key road games coming up this week and... to explore his inner nerd-dom.
Women's ice hockey freshman Marissa Massaro notched her first career goal last Tuesday, as she jammed home the overtime winner at Castleton. On Monday, our Matt Janik caught up with her to talk about her first career score, how the young team has grown so far on the young season, and... her fantasy hockey success.