BOSTON (February 23, 2019) – In a tightly-contested match on Saturday, the Franklin Pierce University women’s tennis team suffered a 5-4 loss on the road at Emerson in non-conference play, to open the spring portion of the team’s schedule.
RINDGE, N.H. (October 14, 2018) – On Sunday afternoon, the Franklin Pierce University Ravens women's tennis team was defeated by Southern New Hampshire University, 7-0, in a Northeast-10 Conference matchup at Franklin Pierce.
WORCESTER, Mass. (October 12, 2018) – The Franklin Pierce University women’s tennis team was defeated on the road on Friday afternoon, 6-1, in a Northeast-10 Conference match at Assumption.
RINDGE, N.H. (October 10, 2018) – The Franklin Pierce University women’s tennis team was shutout on the road on Wednesday afternoon, 7-0, in a Northeast-10 Conference match at Le Moyne.
INDIANAPOLIS (May 14, 2019) – The Franklin Pierce University track & field program will be represented by three student-athletes at the NCAA Championships, as announced Tuesday afternoon by the NCAA. For the women, senior CeCe Telfer (Lebanon, N.H.) and freshman Paola Brena (Queretaro, Mexico) will travel to the national meet, while sophomore Hugo Arlabosse (Marseille, France) has qualified on the men’s side.
RINDGE, N.H. (May 1, 2019) – The Franklin Pierce University football program was out in the community over the weekend, as the Ravens put in some time assisting at the Jaffrey Conservation Commission.
RINDGE, N.H. (April 24, 2019) -- The Franklin Pierce University football team is in the midst of its inaugural spring practice season, as the team ramps up operations in advance of its first season of NCAA Division II football in the fall. On Monday, the team was featured on WMUR's evening newscast, as sports anchor Jason King took a look at the program.
Coming to a new place can be scary, nerve racking, and even hard, but for head coach Andrew Klaus of the softball team at Franklin Pierce University, his first year has been nothing short of warm and open. Klaus is the 12th head coach in program history, and took over after Hannah Griffin resigned after two seasons of leading the Ravens.