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Wildcat Day Camp, provided for boys and girls entering grades 2 through 9 will be held July 17-21 and July 31-August 4.


Herrick averaged 17.0 ppg. and 12.0 rpg. at Duxbury High School, where he topped the 1,000 career point milestone and was named first-team all-league. He was also named an honorable mention all-state selection and was dubbed "The Most Promising Prospect" at Five-Star Basketball Camp.


Blagoj Janev Named Team’s MVP

Janev, who was just one of two juniors in America East to be named first-team All-Conference this season, led the Wildcats in both scoring and rebounding with averages of 14.4 ppg. and 4.5 rpg. An outstanding three-point shooter for a big man, Janev connected on 50-146 treys during the season for a shooting percentage of .397. He was also among the nation's top free throw shooters for much of the campaign with an impressive shooting percentage of .868 (99-114). Janev scored in double digits 24 times this past season and scored over 20 points six times.


Herrion was looking for a point guard with experience and found one in 5-10, 170-pound Jude Roybal, a junior college transfer from Cochise College in Arizona. A native of Albuquerque, N.M., he started at the point in all 32 games last season and dished off 235 assists for an average of 7.3 apg., second-best in the ACCAC and good for eighth in the nation. He also poured in 10.0 ppg. and was named third-team All-Arizona Community College Athletic Conference. Roybal started all 31 games at the point for the Runnin' Apaches in 2004-05, averaging 14.0 ppg. and 5.0 assists per contest for a team that finished with an impressive 23-8 record. As a result of his strong efforts on the hardwood, Roybal was named third-team All-ACCAC selection for the second straight year. During his two seasons at Cochise, Roybal's team posted an impressive 51-12 mark with him as the starting floor general. While at Cibola High School in Albuquerque, he was named the 5A New Mexico State Player of the Year and he guided his team to the 5A state championship contest. He was also named first-team all-state and all-district three straight years. As a senior he averaged 19.0 ppg., 6.0 apg. and 4.0 spg.


VESTAL, N.Y. — Junior forward Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) scored 12 points and freshman guard Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) added 10, but it was not enough as No. 5 UNH was defeated in the America East men's basketball tournament semifinals by No. 1 seeded Albany, 67-54, Saturday afternoon.


The last time a UNH player was named first-team all-conference was when Chris Brown was honored in 2001-02.


The Wildcats finished the 2006 regular season with an 11-16 overall record and the squad was 8-8 vs. conference opponents this season. UNH played the Hawks twice, defeating Hartford at Lundholm Gymnasium by a 77-69 score on Jan. 8, but losing in Hartford, 69-56, on Feb. 19.


Jermaine Anderson leads Wildcats with 15 points and 10 rebounds

DURHAM, N.H. -Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) scored 15 points and rebounded 10 boards to register his first double-double of the season and lead the University of New Hampshire past America East leader University at Albany, 78-71, in a dramatic overtime win during Thursday's men's basketball action at Lundholm Gymnasium.


If you wish to purchase those tickets please call Robin Drown at 603-862-3838. Tickets for the session I are $10.00; sessions II, III and IV are $18.00; and the Championship game on March 11th is $25.00. The all session package at $45.00 can be purchased directly from Binghamton by calling 607-777-6004.


ORONO, Maine - Ernest Turner completed a traditional three-point play with 27 seconds remaining in overtime that helped pull the University of Maine past the University of New Hampshire, 59-56, during men's basketball action Sunday afternoon at Alfond Arena.


DURHAM, N.H.- Junior center Blagoj Janev (Sydney Australia) scored 14 points, while junior forward Jamaal Caterina (Portland, Maine) added nine points and a game-high 11 rebounds to lead the University of New Hampshire men's basketball team to a 59-51 America East victory over Stony Brook on Wednesday evening.


WEST HARTFORD, CONN. — Sophomore guard Chris Vetrano (Andover, Mass.) led the University of New Hampshire men's basketball team with 18 points and junior center Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) poured in 17 points, but it was not enough as the Wildcats were defeated at America East rival Hartford on Saturday afternoon, 69-56.


VESTAL, N.Y. - Andre Heard shot 7-of-18 in field goals to register 20 points and lead Binghamton University past the University of New Hampshire, 57-46.


Gibbs' efforts contributed to two wins for New Hampshire against Boston University and the University of Maryland-Baltimore County last week. The wins allowed the Wildcats to claim sole possession of third place in America East.


Wildcats claim third in America East standings

DURHAM, N.H. -Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) converted two free throws with 12 seconds remaining to help push the University of New Hampshire men's basketball team past the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, 68-65.


DURHAM, N.H. - Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) shot 6-of-10 from the field, including six baskets behind the three-point line to lead the University of New Hampshire past Boston University, 63-54, in men's basketball Wednesday night at Lundholm Gymnasium. The win against the Terriers was the first for the Wildcats since January 2, 2001, breaking an 11-game win streak against New Hampshire.


DURHAM, N.H. - The University of Vermont made 22 baskets to defeat the University of New Hampshire men's basketball team, 64-56. The Catamounts won their second game this season against the Wildcats to sweep the regular season series.


Overall, Janev was 14-of-30 from the field and 24-for-25 from the free throw line, averaging 19.7 points in last week's games against Dartmouth College, the University of Maine and University at Albany.


ALBANY, N.Y. - The University of New Hampshire stunned America East leader University at Albany, 75-72, in an overtime win during men's basketball action Sunday afternoon at the Convocation Center in Albany.


DURHAM, N.H. - The University of Maine defeated the University of New Hampshire, 67-53, during men's basketball action Thursday evening at Lundholm Gymnasium. The loss ended New Hampshire's four-win streak. The win was Maine's second in the America East as it improved to 7-10 overall.


At UMBC, Janev shot 9 of 16 from the field and 4 of 10 from behind the three-point line. He led the Wildcats with 23 points (one point shy of his career-high 24) and pulled down eight rebounds against the Retrievers. New Hampshire won the contest, 72-58.


STONY BROOK, N.Y.- For the first time since Feb. 2, 2002, the University of New Hampshire men's basketball team has won three consecutive games following its hard-fought 54-50 America East victory at Stony Brook on Saturday afternoon. The squad was led by junior forward Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) with 17 points.


BALTIMORE-Junior forward Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) scored 23 points (one short of his career high) and sophomore forward Mike Christensen (Reston, Va.) added 17 points to lead the University of New Hampshire men's basketball team to a 72-58 America East victory over UMBC on Wednesday evening at RAC Arena. It marked the second consecutive victory for the Wildcats, who improved to 4-11 overall and 2-3 in the conference, while UMBC falls to 6-9 and 2-2 in the conference. UMBC was 5-1 at home heading into the contest.


New Hampshire captures first conference win

DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire scored a season high 77 points to defeat the University of Hartford (5-8, 1-2 America East), 77-69, capturing its first conference win during Sunday afternoon's men's basketball action at Lundholm Gymnasium. The win snapped a six-game losing streak for the Wildcats.


DURHAM, N.H. - Binghamton University (4-9, 1-1 America East) claimed its first America East win over the University of New Hampshire, 62-49, during men's basketball action Thursday night at Lundholm Gymnasium.


RALEIGH, N.C. - Chris Vetrano (Andover, Mass.) scored a career high 20 points, but the efforts weren't enough to help the University of New Hampshire past North Carolina State. The Wolfpack escaped the Wildcats, 81-62, during Wednesday night's men's basketball action at the RBC Center.


STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - New Hampshire dropped its fourth straight loss to Penn State during Tuesday night's basketball action the Bryce Jordan Center. Penn State (6-3) shot 48 percent on the game to defeat the Wildcats, 75-51.


HARTFORD, Conn.- Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) scored a career-high 24 points for New Hampshire but the efforts weren't enough to get the Wildcats past the undefeated Huskies of Connecticut. The University of Connecticut claimed an 86-44 win during men's basketball action Sunday afternoon at the Hartford Civic Center.


BURLINGTON, Vt. - The University of New Hampshire Wildcats fought the Vermont Catamounts to the very end, but the home team made plays at the most crucial times to pull out a 58-53 America East victory Saturday afternoon in men's basketball action at Patrick Gymnasium.


BOSTON, Mass. — The University of New Hampshire men's basketball team lost their conference opener at Boston University as the Terrier offense erupted as they went on to win, 67-46.


DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire compiled their first win at home against Robert Morris University, defeating the Colonials, 71-65.


DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire lost their home opener to Long Island University, 59-56. The loss snapped a streak in which the Wildcats had won their two previous home openers at Lundholm Gymnasium.


BOSTON, Mass. - Mike Christensen (Reston, Va.) led New Hampshire in scoring with 12 points but the efforts weren't enough as the Harvard University Crimson eased past the Wildcats, 71-50, during Wednesday night's non-conference match at Lavietes Pavilion.


HAMILTON, N.Y. - The University of New Hampshire men's basketball team defeated Colgate University, 60-52 to win their first game of the season at Cotterell Court in Hamilton, N.Y. It was the first win for coach Bill Herrion in his first season at New Hampshire.


PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Despite their best effort, the University of New Hampshire Wildcats could not keep up with the size and speed of the Providence College Friars, as UNH fell, 75-51, Wednesday night in men's basketball action at the Dunkin' Donuts Center.


NEW YORK, N.Y. - The University of New Hampshire men's basketball team dropped its first game of the season to Columbia University, 64-61, at the Tyler Ugolyn Columbia Classic Friday evening.


NEW YORK, N.Y. - The University of New Hampshire men's basketball team was edged out by Quinnipiac University, 64-62, in Saturday's consolation game at the Tyler Ugolyn Columbia Classic played at Columbia University.


DURHAM, N.H. - Merrimack's Kent Leahy was the high-scorer in the game with 25 points as the Warriors beat the University of New Hampshire, 76-72, in an exhibition contest Sunday afternoon at Lundholm Gymnasium.


DURHAM, N.H. - New Hampshire men's basketball will be hosting an open exhibition game against Northeast-10 conference member Merrimack College at 1 p.m. Sunday, November 13 at Lundholm Gymnasium.


DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire men's basketball team will be holding its annual Wildcat Golf Classic on Fri., Sept. 30 at The Links at Outlook Country Club in South Berwick, Maine.


DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire men's basketball schedule for 2005-06 features games against the likes of Providence, Connecticut, Penn State and North Carolina State, a tournament appearance at Columbia University in New York City, and the highly-competitive America East rivals as well.


DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire men's basketball program has announced that there are still openings for both sessions of the Wildcat Day Camp as well as the Next Step Camp, to take place over the next few weeks at Lundholm Gymnasium.




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