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DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire Track and Field Day Camp will be held August 5-9 at the Reggie F. Atkins Track and Field Facility on the campus of UNH in Durham, New Hampshire.

The day camp is open to male and female athletes of all sports in grades 7-12. The camp runs from 4-7 pm all five days with registration from 3-4 pm on August 5. Cost of the camp is $125 if pre-registered at least seven days before camp and $150 if six days or less, including opening day.



DURHAM, N.H. - University of New Hampshire men’s track and field head coach Jim Boulanger announces the 13th Annual Track and Field Golf Scramble to be held on May 14, 2007 at the Campbell’s Scottish Highlands in Salem, New Hampshire.
    Proceeds benefit the University of New Hampshire Track and Field/Cross Country programs. The format is a four-player scramble with a shot gun start beginning at 8:30 a.m. Players may enter as either a team or an individual. Prizes will be awarded, but the scramble is essentially for fun and allows alumni along with friends to support a great athletic program. Prizes will be awarded for closest to pin on all par 3's, longest drive, hole in one, as well as raffle prizes.

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BOSTON- University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field junior Rebecca Haley (Dover, N.H.) raced to an overall second place finish in the 1000 meter run (2:54.00) to pace the Wildcats to a 31st place finish at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships on Saturday held at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston. 

    Haley notched a 2:52.19 time in the preliminaries in the 1000 meters before posting a second place effort in the finals, which was the highest place for a UNH athlete in the prestigious meet.




BOSTON, Mass.- The University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field team placed thirteenth out of thirty teams at the New England Championships held at Boston University this past Friday and Saturday. The Wildcats scored 27.50 points, just six and half points out of the top ten. The University of Connecticut won the meet with 153 points.



BOSTON — The University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field team placed four student-athletes on the America East Conference All-Academic Team for their achievements academically and athletically. The awards were announced on Thursday (February 22).
    Senior Erin Moore (Nashua, N.H.) finished second in both the shot put (42-9) and in the weight throw (50-1.25) en route to scoring 16 points at the conference championships in which the Wildcats placed third overall. Junior Rebecca Haley (Dover, N.H.) raced to a second place finish in the 1000-meter run (2:53.53). Sophomore Carolyn Durfee (Laconia, N.H.) helped lead the distance medley relay team to an overall second place finish, while classmate Danielle Blais (Holliston, Mass.) earned a third place finish in the weight throw (50-0.75).   



DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field team attempts to capture the 2006-07 America East Championships this Saturday on the campus of Boston University at the Tennis and Track Center.
    The Wildcats hope to improve on their success as UNH placed fourth overall at the 2005-06 conference championships.
    The Wildcats posted another successful season under the guidance of head coach Casey Carroll. UNH captured first place twice with a duel meet win over rival University of Maine, defeating their rivals by a score of 94-80. UNH took home top honors in a tri-meet against the University of Massachusetts and the College of Holy Cross en route to compiling 137 points on January 20.



BOSTON – The University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field team competed at the prestigious Boston University Valentines Day multi-team meet on Saturday.
    Senior thrower Erin Moore (Nashua, N.H.) delivered the Wildcats top-individual honor as she placed fifth overall in the shot put (42-10.25), recording the top finish for an America East athlete. Moore also garnered a 10th place finish in the weight throw (48-9.50) on the afternoon. New Hampshire freshman Rita Ciambra (Hanover, N.H.) registered a seventh place showing in the pole vault (10-8.25) and junior Kiah Quarles (Derry, N.H.) notched a 12th place effort in the 55-meter hurdles (8.50).



BOSTON – Erin Moore (Nashua, N.H.) of the University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field team recently won her fourth America East Field Performer of the Week award as announced on Tuesday.
Moore won the weight throw in a meet at Boston University on Monday. She won the weight throw with a throw of 50 feet, 7.75 inches. She also placed second in the shot put with a heave of in 41 feet, 7.75 inches as the Wildcats posted three throwers in the top five. 



BOSTON – Senior Erin Moore (Nashua, N.H.) and Sarah Crane (Londonderry, N.H.) took the number one and two spot, respectively, in the weight throw as the University of New Hampshire women’s track and field team competed against Boston College, Northeastern, Providence, MIT, and host Boston University in a non-scoring meet held at the Track and Tennis Center on Monday evening.
    Kiah Quarles (Derry, N.H.) continued her surge as one of America East’s top jumpers as the junior posted a third place in the long jump (16-10.75) and added a fourth place effort in the 55-meter hurdles (8.38). Freshman Esperance Ndombe (Manchester, N.H.) placed fourth in the triple jump (33-7.25) to round out a successful evening for the Wildcats.



BOSTON – The University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field team finished in the middle of the pack of 13 schools with a sixth place finish as the Rebook Indoor Games held at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston Massachusetts on Friday night.
    The Boston College Eagles won the meet with 133 points, while Northeastern University notched second place overall (118). UNH finished in sixth place overall, recording 49.50 points on the evening. New Hampshire beat America East Rival Vermont’s 34 points, but the University at Albany posted 90.50 to claim the top spot in regards to the conference.
    Senior thrower Erin Moore (Nashua, N.H.) throw of 51 feet and two inches was the best individual performance of the day as she placed second overall. Moore also scored points in the shot put, placing fourth overall (41-10.50).



BOSTON – Erin Moore (Nashua, N.H.) of the University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field team recently won her third America East Field Performer of the Week award as announced on Tuesday. Moore won the shot put and weight throw in a tri-meet at UNH’s Paul Sweet Oval to lead UNH to victories over the University of Massachusetts and Holy Cross.
    Moore was one of two Wildcats to garner two first-place victories. She won the shot put with a throw of 41 feet, 8.75 inches and the weight throw in 51 feet, 9.25 inches as the Wildcats rounded out its home portion of the schedule.
   



DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field team notched eight individual winners on the afternoon to capture a tri-meet with a total of 137 points on Saturday on UNH’s Paul Sweet Oval.
    Holy Cross followed close behind with 133 points, while the Minutewomen of UMass followed with a third place showing (69 points).
   Sophomore sprinter Sarah Hall (Nottingham, N.H.) was one of two Wildcats to receive two first place victories. Hall won the 55-meter dash (7.50 seconds) and captured a win in the 200 meters (26.90). Senior thrower Erin Moore (Nashua, N.H.) won both her events as well. Moore won the shot put (12.72 meters) and the weight throw (15.78).



HANOVER, N.H. -  Junior Kiah Quarles (Derry, N.H.) and Sarah Hall (Nottingham, N.H.) each won their respective event to contribute to the University of New Hampshire’s 120 points as the team posted a second place effort at Dartmouth College on Saturday.
    Dartmouth College won the meet with 144.5 points and UNH was second (120), while the University of Vermont placed third (94.5).


DURHAM, N.H. - University of New Hampshire senior thrower Erin Moore (Nashua, N.H.) was awarded the America East Field Performer of the Week for a second-straight week. It was announced on Tuesday.
    Moore propelled the Wildcats to a 94-80 victory over rival University of Maine on Saturday as she recorded two first place finishes in the weight throw and shot put.



DURHAM, N.H. – senior thrower Erin Moore (Nashua, N.H.) tallied two first places finishes in the shot put and weight throw to lift the University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field team to a 94-80 win over rival University of Maine on Saturday.
    Moore won the shot put with a heave of 13.14 meters and won the weight throw with a distance of 15.43 meters, as she was one of five Wildcats to earn top finishes in their respective events.



DURHAM, N.H. - University of New Hampshire senior thrower Erin Moore (Nashua, N.H.) was awarded the America East Field Performer of the Week. It was announced on Tuesday. Moore recorded a second place in the weight throw (48-00.75) and a third in shot put (42-3.25) to lead the women’s indoor track and field team to a successful start to its season at the Husky Winter Carnival on Saturday.



BOSTON – University of New Hampshire senior thrower Erin Moore (Nashua, N.H.) recorded a second place in the weight throw (48-00.75) and a third in shot put (42-3.25) to lead the women’s indoor track and field team to a successful start to its season at the Husky Winter Carnival on Saturday.
            The Wildcats received two first place finished in individual events as junior Rebecca Haley (Dover, N.H.) posted a win in the 1000 meters (3:01.93), while senior Johan Fickenscher raced to a first place finish in the 3000 meters (10:30.80).




DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field team gears up for the 2006-07 season as they open the season at the Reggie Lewis Center on December 2 to compete at the annual Husky Invitational.
    UNH returns a wealth of veterans and All-America East performers while adding 33 freshmen to this season’s squad under the guidance of head coach Casey Carroll.
    The Wildcats finished fourth at last season’s America East Championships with 84.5 points, trailing only Boston University, the University at Albany and the University of Maine. The BU Terriers were selected to repeat as champions for the 2006-07 campaign as announced by the America East Preseason Poll. UNH also registered a strong showing at the New England Indoor Track and Field Championships with a 7th place effort.



BOSTON - The University of New Hampshire women’s indoor track and field team compiled 47 points en route to being selected third overall in the America East Preseason Coaches Poll as announced on Wednesday.
    The Terriers received seven of eight first-place votes (coaches were not permitted to vote for their own team), tallying 63 points. The University at Albany took two first-place votes in its second-place standing with 58 points. University of New Hampshire (47 points) finished in third place, followed by University of Maine (37 points), and a tie for fifth place between UMBC and University of Vermont (32 points). Binghamton University (31 points), Stony Brook University (16 points), and the University of Hartford (8 points) rounded out the coaches’ poll.





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