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4/10/14 - Lemay Shines Again

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s softball team battled Dean College in double-header action. NHTI fell in game one 9-2 and tied in game two 2-2 (8 innings).

In game one, Kayla Comeau (Farmington) went 2-2 with a run scored. Also Joardyn Douilliette (Loudon) and Courtney Gilman (Penacook) both knocked run scoring singles. From the circle Kasie Tucker (Bow) allowed five runs in three innings.

In game two, Douilliette had two hits and Tori Lemay (Manchester) pitched eight innings allowing only six hits while striking out 10.

In action earlier this week, the Lynx split a double header with Massasoit Community College. The Lynx won game one 3-2 before falling in game two 5-2.

The Lynx will next play on Saturday when they host a double header versus Central Maine Community College.

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4/8/14 - NHTI Athlete Honored by USCAA

Tori Lemay, NHTI Women's SoftballCONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community athletics department is pleased to announce that a student athlete has been honored by the USCAA as Player of the Week.

Tori Lemay (Manchester) of the NHTI women’s softball team pitched a total of 16 innings and struck out 31 batters. Her week was highlighted by a perfect game versus Dean College where she struck out 12 in 3-0 win.

For more information on the USCAA visit www.theuscaa.com.

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3/11/14 - NHTI to Host NHBCO Granite State Senior Games

CONCORD, N.H. — NHTI, Concord’s Community College will play host to the NHBCO Granite State Senior games on Sunday March 23rd.

The annual games will feature NH High School senior basketball all-stars going head to head. The schedule features the Division One boys and the Division Two boys battling at 11am followed by Division Three and Division Four boys at 12:45 PM, that will be followed up Division Three and Division Four girls at 2:30 PM and finally the Division One and Division Two girls at 4:15 PM.

Basketball Coach of the Year honors and a few special awards will also be announced during the event. Each division (team) will consist of 12 players and two alternates made up of the top basketball seniors in the state.

For more information on the Granite State Games visit http://www.eteamz.com/nhbco/.

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3/6/14 - LeBlanc Named USCAA All-Academic American

Allura LeBlanc, NHTI Women's BasketballCONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College athletics department is pleased to announce that a student athlete has been honored by the USCAA.

Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) of the women’s basketball team has been named an Honorable Mention All-American and an All-Academic American.

The announcement was made during the USCAA National Basketball Tournament banquet being held in Uniontown, PA.

Allura and Lynx finished at 12-17 overall this past season.

For complete USCAA National Basketball Tournament coverage visit www.theuscaa.com.

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3/2/14 - 10th Annual NHTI/Delta Dental Benefit 5 K Road Race at NHTI on Friday, April 18 at 6 PM

NHTI, Concord’s Community College will host the 10th annual 5 K benefit road race on Friday, April 18 at 6 PM attracting 500 runners and walkers. Following the race, a special “kids” race event will be held (free) starting at 6:45 pm.

“The 10th anniversary race will be special in so many different ways with some cash prizes in addition to the special prizes, silent auction and the carnival atmosphere that will be created pre and post-race,” says road race Co-chairman Paul Hogan, NHTI’s Director of Athletics.

The race benefits the Jen Kemp scholarship fund for NHTI students who excel in the classroom, perform community service and are active in NHTI student life. The race continues to grow in participation and as part of the CARS series; the race attracts many runners and families from the greater Concord area.

Interested participants can learn more about the race and signup at http://www.nhti.edu/5k

For more information contact NHTI Athletic Director Paul Hogan at phogan@ccsnh.edu or 603-230-4041.

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2/22/14 - LeBlanc and Rouse Honored by YSCC

Allura LeBlanc, NHTI Women's BasketballCONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College athletics department is pleased to announce that two student athletes have been honored by the YSCC.

Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) of the women’s basketball team has been named a first team All-Conference player. LeBlanc had a very strong season for the Lynx averaging 16 points and 11 rebounds per game. Allura and the Lynx finished the season with an overall record of 12-17.

Susie French of CMCC was named the YSCC Women’s Basketball Player of the Year.

Demetrious Rouse, NHTI Men's BasketballDemetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) of the NHTI men’s basketball team was named a YSCC second team All-Conference player. Rouse averaged 16 points and seven rebounds per game this year. Under the leadership of Rouse the Lynx finished 13-17 overall.

CMCC’s Luis Medina was named the YSCC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year.

For complete All-Conference results visit www.yankeeconference.org.

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2/21/14 - NHTI Topped by CSJ in the YSCC Championship Tournament

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s basketball team fell to College of St. Joe’s (VT) in the first round of the YSCC Championship Tournament 96-59. With the loss the Lynx season is now over.

Pacing NHTI was Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 13 points, Ethan Rudledge (Curacao) 11 points, and Jordon Richard (Raymond) nine points with seven rebounds.

The Lynx wrap up their season with a final record of 13-17.

For complete YSCC Championship Tournament action visit www.yankeeconference.org. This year’s tournament is being hosted by SMCC in South Portland, ME.

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2/21/14 - Lynx Fall to Seawolves to End Season

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team was edged by Southern Maine Community College 63-58 in the opening round of the YSCC Championship Tournament. With the loss, the Lynx season comes to and end. SMCC advances to play UMA on Saturday afternoon.

The Lynx were paced by Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 17 points with 14 rebounds, Sara Romano (Lebanon) 18 points with eight assists, and Danielle Kimball (Derry) 11 points.

The Lynx wrap up their 2013-14 campaign with a record of 12-17.

For complete YSCC Championship Tournament action visit www.yankeeconference.org. The NHTI men will battle College of St. Joe’s (VT) on Friday at 9 PM. This year’s tournament is being hosted by SMCC in South Portland, ME.

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2/15/14 - Richard Scores 22 but Lynx Fall to Mustangs

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team fell to rival Central Maine Community College 83-53.

Pacing the Lynx were Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 18 points with 11 rebounds and five blocks, Sara Romano (Lebanon) 11 points with six assists, and Anay Leek (Manchester) eight points.

The Lynx are now 12-16 overall and travel to SMCC for the YSCC Championship tournament next weekend.

The NHTI men’s basketball was topped by rival Central Maine Community College 100-92.

The top performers for the Lynx were Jordon Richard (Raymond) 22 points with six rebounds, Dorea Wilson (Detroit, MI) 20 points with seven boards, Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 13 points, Demetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) 12 points with 12 boards, and Ethan Rutledge (Curacao) 14 points with six rebounds.

NHTI (13-16) will next play in the YSCC Championship tournament next weekend.

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  2/12/14 - Lynx Swept by Moose

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team was downed by U-Maine Augusta 89-68.

The Lynx are now 12-15 overall and will host rival Central Maine Community College on Saturday.

The NHTI men’s basketball fell to U-Maine Augusta 89-75.

The top performers for the Lynx were Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 22 points, Ethan Rutledge (Curacao) 14 points, Phil Smith (New Britain, CT) 12 points, and Jordon Richard (Raymond) eight points.

NHTI (13-15) will next play on Saturday when they host CMCC.

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 2/10/14 - Martin Awarded the Walter Smith Coaching Award

Curt Martin, NHTI Women's Basketball Assistant CoachCONCORD, NH – The NHTI, Concord’s Community College athletics department is pleased to announce that NHTI assistant women’s basketball coach Curt Martin has been named this years recipient of the Walter Smith’s Coaching Award presented at the Union Leader Parade of Champions banquet that was held on Sunday February 9th at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester, NH.

The Walter Smith Coaching Award is presented annually to a deserving coach who has made a significant impact in NH athletics. Also honored at the Union Leader’s Parade of Champions are the Union Leaders Athletes of the Month.

Reflecting on Martin’s career, NHTI Athletic Director Paul Hogan said, “Curt Martin has been an outstanding coach and role model serving many athletes in a number of sports at the high school and college level. His dedication to the areas of physical education and health provide our students with exemplary model.”

Curt taught physical education at Hopkinton (NH) High School for 30 years. During his tenure at Hopkinton Coach Martin also coached junior varsity and varsity level girls’ and boys’ soccer, girls’ and boys’ basketball, and girls’ lacrosse. He led the boys’ soccer team to a state championship in 1984 and the girls’ soccer team to championships in 1998, 1999, 2003, and 2004. Curt also won the girls’ basketball championship in 2003 and made the final four in 10 of his last 11 seasons. Martin was the inaugural coach of the Hopkinton women’s lacrosse program. Recognized for his success over many years Curt was also named the Coach of the Year four times and was named to the NHIAA Hall of Fame in 2010.

According to Hopkinton High School Athletic Director Dan Meserve, “He (Curt) was a great motivator of players and a true sportsman.”

Coach Martin joined the NHTI family in 2007 as an assistant women’s basketball coach. His leadership helped the Lynx women’s basketball program transition from former head coach Shelley Winters to current head coach Kevin Gibbs after the 2010-11 season.

Prior to his coaching days Curt was also a standout athlete at Hopkinton High School. In 1966 and 1967 he was a part of the boys’ basketball championship teams; Hopkinton has not won a boys’ basketball championship since. Coach Martin in also the only individual golfer from Hopkinton High School to win the state championship.

“As one referee put it years ago ‘When I think of Hopkinton Athletics I think of Curt Martin’”, noted Meserve.

When asked to summarize Curt’s accomplishments in one sentence Hogan responded, “Coach Martin has enjoyed a very long and distinguished career in the world of coaching and education.”

The Walter Smith Coaches Award recognition adds another piece of hardware to Martin’s wall of accomplishments with 35 plus years of teaching, coaching and working with the youth of NH!

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 2/10/14 - NHTI Battles ACP in Albany, NY

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team fell to Albany College of Pharmacy 75-56.

Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 16 points with seven rebounds, Sara Romano (Lebanon) 14 points, and Danielle Kimball (Derry) 12 points were the leaders for the Lynx.

The Lynx are now 12-14 overall and will travel to U-Maine Augusta on Wednesday.

The NHTI men’s basketball team were defeated by Albany College of Pharmacy 76-67.

The top performers for the Lynx were Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 15 points, Demetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) 12 points, and Jordon Richard (Raymond) 10 points.

NHTI (13-14) will next play on Wednesday when they travel to U-Maine Augusta.

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 2/7/14 - Romano Scores 22 in Lynx Defeat

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team was downed by Southern Maine Community College 81-66.

The leaders for the Lynx were Sara Romano (Lebanon) 22 points with five steals, Danielle Kimball (Derry) 12 points, and Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 15 points with eight boards.

The Lynx are now 12-13 overall and will travel to Albany College of Pharmacy on Sunday.

The NHTI men’s basketball team fell to Southern Maine Community College 103-90.

Pacing the Lynx were Demetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) 23 points with seven rebounds, Sheveran Hardy (New Britain, CT) 18 points, Jordan Richard (Raymond) 17 points with six rebounds, and Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 14 points with seven boards.

NHTI (13-13) will next play on Sunday when they travel to Albany College of Pharmacy in NY.

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  2/5/14 - Lynx Sweep Frogs of Hampshire College

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team rolled over Hampshire College 87-31.

Pacing the Lynx were Sara Romano (Lebanon) 16 points with six rebounds and six assists, Anay Leek (Manchester) 14 points, Jessica Wagner (Conway) 17 points, Thalia Garcia (Nashua) 12 points, and Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 18 points with 12 rebounds six assists and two blocks.

The Lynx are now 12-12 overall and will host rival SMCC on Thursday.

The NHTI men’s basketball team downed Hampshire College 111-55.

The leaders for the Lynx were Phil Smith (New Britain, CT) 14 points with eight boards and seven assists, Alex Ingalls (Exeter) 15 points, Bujar Syla (Manchester) 14 points, Mark Harbour (Brooklyn, NY) 22 points with seven rebounds, and Kevin Pierre (Hudson) 11 points with eight rebounds and four steals.

NHTI (13-12) will next play on Thursday when they host SMCC.

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2/3/14 - NHTI Women Defeat Berkeley College (NY) in NY

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team topped USCAA foe Berkeley College (NY) 67-62.

The Lynx were led by Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 20 points with eight boards, Thalia Garcia (Nashua) 14 points, and Danielle Kimball (Derry) 12 points with seven boards.

Coach Kevin Gibbs’ team is now 11-12 overall and they will host Hampshire College on Tuesday.

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2/1/14 - Lynx Fall to Shock

CONCORD, N.H.  — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s basketball team was defeated by Washington Adventist University 99-58.

The leaders for the Lynx were Demetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) 25 points with 13 rebounds, Dorea Wilson (Detroit, MI) nine points, and Jordon Richard (Raymond) eight points with six boards.

The Lynx are now 12-12 overall and will host Hampshire College on Tuesday.

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2/1/14 - Rouse Scores 33 in Lynx Defeat

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s basketball team fell to Massasoit Community College 95-81.

Demetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) paced the Lynx with 33 points. Also playing well were Jordon Richard (Raymond) 13 points, and Ethan Rutledge (Curacao) 11 points.

The Lynx men’s basketball team is now 12-11 and will host Washington Adventist on Saturday.

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 1/29/14 - Hardy Nets 23 in Loss

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team was defeated by College of St. Joe’s (VT) 81-62.

The leaders for the Lynx were Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 21 points and Danielle Kimball (Derry) 23 points.

The Lynx are now 10-12 overall and will travel to Berkeley College (NY) on Sunday.

The NHTI men’s basketball team fell to College of St. Joe’s (VT) 96-76.

Pacing the Lynx were Sheveran Hardy (New Britian, CT) 23 points, Demetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) 14 points, Brandon Bentley (Detroit, MI) 12 points, and Jordon Richard (Raymond) 11 points.

The Lynx men’s basketball team is now 12-10 and will travel to Massasoit Community College on Thursday night.

 1/26/14 - Lynx Fall to Bulldogs

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team fell to Dean College 74-70.

The leaders for the Lynx were Danielle Kimball (Derry) 21 points, Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 19 points with nine boards, and Sara Romao (Lebanon) 16 points.

The Lynx are now 10-11 overall and will next play on Wednesday when they travel to College of St. Joe (VT).

The NHTI men’s basketball team also fell to Dean College 80-71.

The top performers for the Lynx were Demetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) 19 points, Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 16 points, and Ethan Rutledge (Curacao) 13 points.

Coach Paul Hogan’s team is now 12-9 overall and will also travel to College of St. Joe’s (VT) on Wednesday.

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 1/24/14 - Hardy Leads Lynx Over Knights

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team dropped to Vermont Tech in OT by the score 84-80.

The leaders for the Lynx were Sara Romano (Lebanon) 21 points with eight steals and four assists, Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 18 points with 11 boards and six steals, Thalia Garcia (Nashua) 16 points, and Danielle Kimball (Derry) 11 points.

The Lynx are now 10-10 overall and will next travel to Dean College on Saturday.

Coach Paul Hogan’s NHTI men’s basketball team defeated Vermont Tech 87-79.

Pacing the Lynx were Sheveran Hardy (New Britain, CT) 22 points, Demetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) 14 points, and Dorea Wilson (Detroit, MI) 12 points.

NHTI is now 12-8 overall and they will travel to Dean College on Saturday.

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 1/18/14 - Romano Adds 32 in Lynx Win

CONCORD, N.H.  — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team rolled over Holyoke Community College 94-37.

Leading the Lynx in the win were Sara Romano (Lebanon) 32 points with 13 rebounds and seven assists, Thalia Garcia (Nashua) 18 points with 12 rebounds, Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 18 points with 13 boards, and Danielle Kimball (Derry) 13 points with eight rebounds and 10 assists.

The Lynx are now 10-9 overall and will travel to YSCC foe Vermont Tech on Thursday.

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1/16/14 - LeBlanc Scores 29 in Win; Richard Named YSCC POW

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team topped Bristol (CT) Community College 76-56.

Leading the Lynx in the win were Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 29 points, Danielle Kimball (Derry) 20 points including six three-pointers, and Sara Romano (Lebanon) 13 points.
Coach Kevin Gibbs’ team is now 9-9 overall and they will next host Holyoke Community College on Saturday.

Jordan Richard, NHTI Men's Basketball  - YSCC Player of the WeekIn other news, Jordan Richard (Raymond) of the NHTI men’s basketball team has been named the Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC) men’s basketball player of the week. Richard had a strong performance in the NHTI Holiday Inn New Years Tournament last weekend and because of his efforts was honored by the YSCC.

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 1/13/14 - NHTI Hosts Holiday Inn New Years Basketball Tournament – Day Two

CONCORD, N.H. — NHTI, Concord’s Community College was the host site for Holiday Inn Men’s and Women’s New Years Basketball Tournaments.

In the men’s consolation game Quinsigamond Community College snuck by U-Maine Augusta 101-94.

Leading QCC was Adam Conquest (19 points), Daequon Antoine (16 points), and Davohn Sicard (15 points).

Pacing the Moose of UMA were Brandon Rogers (31 points with 10 rebounds and seven assists), Keith Chesley (25 points), and Garrett Alley (13 points with seven rebounds).

In the men’s championship game NHTI topped Roxbury Community College 78-69.

Jordan Richard (Raymond) 20 points with 10 assists, Demetrius Rouse (Detroit, MI) 16 points with five rebounds, and Dorea Wilson (Detroit, MI) 11 points with six rebounds were the highlights for the Lynx.

RCC was paced by Tyrus Weaver (28 points with nine rebounds), and David Riley (24 points with nine boards).

In the women’s consolation game NHTI fell to U-Maine Augusta 74-57.

UMA was lead by Arreonte Lee (26 points with eight rebounds and seven assists), Jaime Plummer (19 points), and Jennifer Lola (17 points with nine boards).

Topping the stat sheet for the Lynx were Danielle Kimball (Derry) 14 points with five rebounds), Jessica Wagner (Conway) 15 points with seven rebounds, and Thalia Garcia (Nashua) 13 points.

Berkeley College (NY) won the women’s championship game over Massasoit Community College 65-49.

The leaders for BC (NY) were Patricia Patterson (17 points with 15 rebounds), Janay Thomas (12 points with six boards), and Milan Germany (11 points with 14 rebounds).

MCC was paced by Ashley Andrade (12 points with eight rebounds), Marina Palladino (15 points), and Fredi Lawson (11 points with nine boards).

For their efforts all tournament long the following athletes were named to the All Tournament Team: Weaver (RCC), Riley (RCC), Ryan Sweeney (NHTI), Jordan Richard (NHTI) – MVP, Chesley (UMA), Sicard (QCC), Lawson (QCC), Palladino (QCC), Rodesha Diamond (BC-NY), Germany (BC-NY) – MVP, Cassie LaCroix (NHTI), and Angie Bulgin (UMA).

The NHTI women will resume action on Wednesday and the men on Sunday.

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 1/12/14 - NHTI Hosts Holiday Inn New Years Basketball Tournament

CONCORD, N.H. — NHTI, Concord’s Community College was the host site for Holiday Inn Men’s and Women’s New Years Basketball Tournaments.
In the first men’s game of the day NHTI topped Quinsigamond Community College 73-64.

Leading the Lynx were Demetrius Rouse (Detroit, MI) 23 points, Ethan Rutledge (Curacao) 11 points with eight rebounds and Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 11 points with eight rebounds.

QCC was paced by Adam Conquest (15 points with nine rebounds), Daequan Antoine (10 points), and Anthony Rial (nine points with nine rebounds).

In the second men’s game Roxbury Community College defeated U-Maine Augusta 100-75.

Roxbury was lead by Tyrus Weaver (65 points), and David Riley (20 points with 10 rebounds).

Brandon Rogers (19 points with 14 rebounds), Tevon Erwin (18 points with 10 rebounds), and Keith Chesley (17 points with 11 rebounds) were the highlights for UMA.

Sunday’s men’s action will feature QCC and UMA in the consolation game at 2 PM, followed by NHTI and RCC in the championship game at 3:45 PM.

In the first women’s game of the day Massasoit CC topped NHTI 59-47.

Massasoit was paced by Ashley Andrade (21 points with eight rebounds), Fredi Lawson (21 points with 20 rebounds), and Marina Palladino (11 points).

The leaders for the Lynx were Sara Romano (Lebanon) 17 points wit seven rebounds, Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 16 points with 10 rebounds.

In game two Berkeley College (NY) squeezed by U-Maine Augusta 61-55.

Berkeley (NY) was highlighted by Milan Germany (25 point with 12 rebounds), Aiyesha Brown (12 points with five boards), and Janay Thomas (10 points).

UMA was lead by Jamie Plummer (20 points), Arreonte Lee (17 points with seven boards), and Jennifer Lola (11 points).

Sunday’s women’s action will feature NHTI and UMA at 10 AM in the consolation game and then MCC and BC (NY) at 12 PM in the championship game.

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 1/5/14 - Heidi Crockett Named NHTI Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Heidi Crockett, NHTI Women's Soccer Head CoachCONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College athletics department is pleased to announce that Heidi Crockett has taken over as head coach of the women’s soccer program.

Coach Crockett joins the Lynx from New England College where she has served as an assistant women’s soccer coach for the past four seasons. Prior to NEC Heidi was an assistant women’s soccer coach at Plymouth State University.

In addition to her collegiate coaching experience, Coach Crockett has also coached softball, soccer and basketball at the middle school and high school levels.

“We are pleased to welcome Coach Crockett to our NHTI athletic family. Her extensive experience and passion for soccer will be a very good match for NHTI athletics,” said NHTI athletic director Paul Hogan.

Crockett takes over an NHTI team that finished at 10-5-1 last fall and fell in the semi-finals of the YSCC (Yankee Small College Conference) Championship Tournament. Heidi takes over for the retiring Steve Ambra who led the Lynx women’s soccer team for the past 14 seasons.

Coach Crockett is a resident of Gilmanton, NH and is married to her husband Brian; they have three children.

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 12/19/13 - NHTI to host annual Concord Area Holiday Tournament

Event Date: December 26, 27 & 28, 2013

Teams: Concord, Bow, Hopkinton, Kearsarge, Pembroke Academy, Merrimack Valley, John Stark & Bishop Brady

Game Times: 8 games per day starting at 10 AM

            CONCORD, NH – The Goldie Crocker Wellness Center on the campus of NHTI, Concord’s Community College will be the hosting the 43rd annual Capital Area Holiday Tournament on Thursday, December 26th, Friday, December 27th, and Saturday, December 28th. The annual event will feature boys and girls varsity basketball from Concord High School, Merrimack Valley High School, Bishop Brady High School, Pembroke Academy, Kearsarge Regional High School, Bow High School, John Stark Regional High School, and Hopkinton High School.

The action begins at 10:00 AM on Thursday with the girl’s session where Bishop Brady girls take on Hopkinton High School in the first game of the tournament. The remainder of the girl’s session includes the 11:30 AM MV girls hosting John Stark, at 1:00 PM Kearsarge girls hosting Concord, and concludes with the 2:30 PM match up between Pembroke Academy and Bow.

In the boy’s bracket, the 4:00 PM game begins the boy’s session starting with Bishop Brady hosting Hopkinton.  At 5:30 PM, John Stark High School playing MV followed by Kearsarge vs. Concord at 7:00 PM and rounding out the day at 8:30 PM is Pembroke Academy vs. Bow game.

Friday will be another full day of games at NHTI with the consolation round in the morning and afternoon followed by the semi-final round in the afternoon and evening.  Both the boys and girls championship rounds will be on Saturday with the girls at 4:00 PM and the boys at 6:15 PM.

Admission for the girl’s session will be $5 for adults and $2 for students with doors opening 60 minutes before tip-off. Same goes for the boy’s session.  There are All-day passes available for $7.00 for adults and $3.00 for students.  All-Tournament passes will be available for $12.00 for adults and $5.00 for students (good for the first two days of play).  Championship tickets will be available for $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for students.  Please note, the gym will be cleared between sessions.  Concessions and the 50-50 raffle will be provided by the NHTI Women’s basketball team.

“NHTI is once again pleased to host this tradition rich Concord area Christmas tournament featuring eight local high school boys and girls basketball teams,” says NHTI Director of Athletics Paul Hogan.

For more information contact NHTI Athletic Director Paul Hogan at phogan@ccsnh.edu or 603-230-4041

Dec. 26         Thursday

Girls:                                                     Away                                                     Home

10 AM Game # 1                               Hopkinton                                           Bishop Brady

11:30 AM Game # 2:                       John Stark                                           MV

1:00 PM Game # 3:                          Concord                                               Kearsarge

2:30 PM Game # 4:                          Bow                                                       Pembroke

Boys:

4:00 PM Game # 5:                          Hopkinton                                           Bishop Brady

5:30 PM Game # 6:                          John Stark                                           MV

7:00 PM Game # 7                           Concord                                               Kearsarge

8:30 PM Game # 8                           Bow                                                       Pembroke

Dec 27           Friday

Consolation Round

10:00 AM             Girls Consolation Game # 9          (losers of Games # 3 & # 4)

11:30 AM             Girls Consolation Game # 10 (losers of Games # 1 & # 2)

1:00 PM                Boys Consolation Game # 13 (losers of Games # 5 & # 6)

2:30 PM                Boys Consolation Game # 14 (losers of Games # 7 & # 8)

Championship Round:

4:00 PM                Girls Semi Finals Game # 11 (winners of Games # 1 & # 2)

5:30 PM                Girls Semi Finals Game # 12 (winners of Games # 3 & # 4)

7:00 PM                Boys Semi Finals Game # 15 (winners of Games # 5 & # 6)

8:30 PM                Boys Semi Finals Game # 16 (winners of Games # 7 & # 8)

Dec. 28         Saturday

4:00 PM                Girls Championship Game # 17 (Winners # 11 & # 12)

6:15 PM                Boys Championship Game # 18 (Winners # 15 & # 16)

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12/17/13 - Sean Fischer Named NHTI Men’s Soccer Head Coach

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College athletics department is pleased to announce Sean Fisher as the new head coach of the men’s soccer team.

Sean Fisher, NHTI Men's Soccer Head CoachCoach Fischer joined the Lynx as a men’s soccer assistant coach in 2010. Sean is a graduate of Plymouth State University and holds a Masters of Education in the areas of physical education and health. He is a graduate of Manchester Central High School where he was a two sport athlete, playing both soccer and basketball. Sean is a physical education and health teacher at the Robert B. Jolicoeur School in Manchester, NH.

Coach Fischer takes over an NHTI men’s soccer team that went 13-4-1 in 2013 and finished as runner up’s in the Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC) championship tournament. The Lynx also participated in the USCAA National Soccer Tournament for the second straight year and the third time in four years.

“Coach Fischer has been a very strong assistant for the past several seasons serving under two very successful and veteran coaches in Derek Johnson and Don Welford,” said NHTI Athletic Director Paul Hogan.

“Sean has a strong background in education, teaching and coaching and we have great confidence that he will continue our very strong men’s soccer program that has a very rich tradition for over 40 years,” replied Hogan.

Coach Fischer and the NHTI men’s soccer team will kick off the 2014 season in late August.

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12/16/13 - Don Welford Retires as Head Coach of NHTI Men’s Soccer Program

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College athletic department is announcing that Don Welford will be retiring as the head coach of the men’s soccer team effective immediately.
Don Welford has been the head coach of the NHTI men’s soccer program for a total of eight seasons. This includes his first stint of five years followed by a five-year hiatus and then once again returning to the program for three more seasons. Coach Welford led the Lynx to USCAA national tournaments appearances in 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2012.

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12/14/13-Steve Ambra Steps Down as NHTI Women’s Soccer Coach

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College athletics department is announcing the resignation on longtime women’s soccer and bowling Coach Steve Ambra.

Coach Ambra has been at the helm of the women’s soccer program since its inception at NHTI back in 2000. Over the course of 14 seasons Ambra coached at NHTI, the Lynx have enjoyed a great deal of success including capturing numerous Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC) championships every year from 2001-2006 and then again in 2008 and 2010. In addition Coach Ambra’s teams received bids to compete in national championship tournaments in 2003-2006 and 2008-2010.

During Ambra’s time at the helm, twelve Lynx athletes were named to the USCAA Academic All-American team with numerous athletes being recognized for All-American and YSCC individual honors.

In addition to women’s soccer, Coach Ambra has been the only head coach of the NHTI co-ed bowling team. Steve led the program from 2010-2013 and guided them to an YSCC title in 2010.

“Coach Ambra has been instrumental in the success of our women’s soccer and bowling teams team here at NHTI, we cannot thank him enough for the many years of outstanding service and leadership he has provided for our programs,” said NHTI Athletic Director Paul Hogan.

“Steve has a true understanding and passion for the game of soccer and we have been privileged to have him part of the NHTI athletics family for the past 14 years. We wish Coach Ambra all the success going forward, he will be deeply missed by all,” stated Hogan.

There is no immediate announcement on a replacement for the head coaching position of the NHTI women’s soccer program. Bobby Strong will take over as coach of the NHTI co-ed bowling team, Strong was an assistant under Ambra in 2013.

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12/12/13-Lynx Split with Moose

CONCORD, N.H.  — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team were topped by U-Maine Augusta 81-71.

Pacing the Lynx were Danielle Kimball (Derry) 21 points, Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 13 points with 10 boards, Jessica Wagner (Conway) 13 points, and Sara Romano (Lebanon) 10 points with six rebounds.

NHTI is now 8-7 overall and will resume action after the holiday break.

The NHTI men’s basketball team topped U-Maine Augusta 121-66.

The leaders for the Lynx were Ernest Huizing (Netherlands) 22 points with five rebounds, Mark Harbour (Brooklyn, NY) 16 points, Jason Chollette Jr. (Seattle, WA) 15 points with 11 boards and five assists, Jordan Richard (Raymond) 11 points, and Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 10 points with five rebounds.

The Lynx (9-8) will also resume action after the Holiday break.

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12/10/13 - NHTI Men Top College of St. Joe’s (VT)

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team fell to YSCC foe College of St. Joe’s (VT) 74-70.

The leaders for the Lynx were Sara Romano (Lebanon) 21 points with seven rebounds and four assists, Danielle Kimball (Derry) 12 points with six assists, Jillian Roberts (Franklin) 12 points with seven rebounds and Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 10 points with 13 rebounds.

The Lynx are now 8-6 and will next play on Thursday when they host U-Maine Augusta.

Coach Paul Hogan’s NHTI men’s basketball team picked up and impressive win over the College of St. Joe’s (VT) 108-85.

Pacing the Lynx were Demetrius Rouse (Detroit, MI) 33 points with eight rebounds, Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 23 points with five boards, Jordon Richard (Raymond) 12 points with 12 boards, Sheveran Hardy (New Britain, CT) 15 points with 11 assists, and Phil Smith (New Britain, CT) 11 points with seven assists.

NHTI (8-8) will also host U-Maine Augusta on Thursday night.

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12/08/13-NHTI Hosts Holiday Basketball Festival – Day Two

CONCORD, N.H.  — NHTI, Concord’s Community College was the host site for a Men’s Basketball Holiday Festival. In game one on day two Word of Life topped Nashua Community College 64-45.

The leaders for Word of Life were Zeke Kokosinki (16 points with 17 boards), Justin Cousins (15 points), and Tyler Baker (10 points).

Nashua Community College was paced by Jeff Giannelli (17 points with 12 rebounds) and Alec Surprenant (eight points and nine rebounds).

In game two, NHTI fell to Eastern Maine Community College 92-79.

EMCC was led by Robert Moore II (21 points with six rebounds), Jared Gregory (18 points), Bryan Candelario (18 points with six rebounds), and Cote Card (10 points with nine rebounds).

NHTI was paced by Demetrius Rouse (Detroit, MI) 24 points with seven rebounds, Sheveran Hardy (New Britain, CT) 16 points and nine assists and Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 12 points.

For their efforts all tournament long, the following athletes were named to the All-Festival team: Rouse (NHTI), Hardy (NHTI), Kokosinki (WOLBI), Mike Freeman (WOLBI), Suprenant (NCC), Giannelli (NCC), Moore II (EMCC), and De’Anthony McCormick (EMCC).

NHTI is now 7-8 and will host College of St. Joe’s (VT) on Tuesday night.

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12/07/13-NHTI Hosts Holiday Basketball Festival

CONCORD, N.H.  — NHTI, Concord’s Community College was the host site for a Men’s Basketball Holiday Festival. In game one NHTI topped Word of Life 93-42.

Leading the Lynx were Sheveran Hardy (New Britain, CT) 12 points, Jason Chollette Jr. (Seattle, WA) 10 points, Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 10 points, and Demetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) 11 points.

The highlights for Word of Life were Mike Freeman (12 points) and Justin Cousins (nine points).

In game two action, Eastern Maine Community College rolled over Nashua Community College 84-36.

Pacing Eastern Maine Community College were De’Anthony McCormick (23 points with seven rebounds), Cote Card (14 points with eight rebounds), Jared Gregory (18 points), and Bryan Candelario (12 points with seven boards).

The top performers for Nashua Community College were Jeff Giannelli (seven points), and Gary Jameson (six points with five rebounds).

Nashua Community College was the host site for a Women’s Basketball Holiday Festival.

In game one, NHTI topped Eastern Maine Community College 51-39.

NHTI was led by Danielle Kimball (Derry) 16 points, Jill Roberts (Franklin) 10 points and Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) eight points.

In game two, NHTI defeated Word of Life 55-30.

Sunday’s men’s action at NHTI will feature NCC and WOLBI at 11 AM and NHTI will battle EMCC at 1 PM. Women’s basketball action at NCC is now completed for the weekend.
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12/06/13 - Lynx Swept by Seawolves

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team fell to Southern Maine Community College 59-55.

The top performers for the Lynx were Sara Romano (Lebanon) 17 points with five rebounds, and Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 16 points with seven rebounds.
The Lynx (6-5) will battle Eastern Maine Community College on Saturday.

Coach Paul Hogan’s NHTI men’s basketball team were topped by Southern Maine Community College 104-92.

Pacing the Lynx in the loss were Demetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) 24 points with 10 boards, Sheveran Hardy (New Britain, CT) 17 points with five assists, Jordan Richard (Raymond) 16 points with five rebounds, and Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 10 points with five rebounds and six assists.

NHTI (6-7) will host both EMCC and Word of Life in the Holiday Festival this weekend.

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12/04/13 - LeBlanc Paces Lynx with 20 Points

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team topped Quinsigamond Community College 46-28.
Leading the way for the Lynx were Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 20 points with nine boards, and Danielle Kimball (Derry) nine points.
NHTI is now 6-4 overall and will travel to rival SMCC on Thursday.

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11/27/13 - LeBlanc Honored by the YSCC and USCAA

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community athletics department is pleased to announce that a student athlete have been honored by the YSCC and USCAA as Player of the Week.

Allura LeBlanc (Northwood)of the NHTI women’s basketball team had a stellar week. She had 21 points and 21 rebounds versus rival U-Maine Machias. LeBlanc is in the top 15 in the USCAA in both rebounds and points per game.

For more information on the YSCC visit www.yankeeconference.org or for the USCAA visit www.theuscaa.com.

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11/26/13 - Lynx Split with Knights

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team fell to Vermont Tech 56-53.

The leaders for the Lynx were Danielle Kimball (Derry) 27 points, Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) nine points with 15 boards and Isabel Munoz (Bedford) seven rebounds.

NHTI is now 5-4 overall and will resume play after Thanksgiving break.

The NHTI men held on to top Vermont Tech 96-84.

Pacing the Lynx were Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 26 points, Demetrius Rouse (Detroit, MI) 20 points with 21 rebounds, Jordon Richard (Raymond) 11 points with nine rebounds, and Kevin Pierre (Hudson) 15 points.

The Lynx (6-6) will travel to Southern Maine Community College after the Holiday break.

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11/24/13 - Romano Honored for Scoring 1000th Career Point
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team, defeated U-Maine Machias 76-56.

The leaders for the Lynx were Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 21 points with 21 rebounds, Sara Romano (Lebanon) 15 points and seven assists, Danielle Kimball (Derry) 15 points, and Jessica Wagner (Conway) 10 points.

NHTI is now 5-3 and they will host Vermont Tech on Tuesday.

Also, Sara Romano of the Lynx was honored before todays game for scoring her 1000th career point in a game versus Central Maine Community College earlier this week.

The NHTI men’s basketball team topped U-Maine Machias 72-65.

Leading the Lynx were Demetrius Rouse (Detroit, MI) 23 points with eight boards, Ethan Rutledge (Curacao) 16 points with six boards, and Kevin Pierre (Hudson) 11 points.

The Lynx are now 5-6 overall and will also host VTC on Tuesday.

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11/23/13 - Rouse Leads NHTI Over Northern Maine CC
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s basketball team topped Northern Maine Community College 96-62.

The top performers for the Lynx were Demetrius Rouse (Detroit, MI) 19 points with 11 rebounds, Sheveran Hardy (New Britain, CT) 11 points, Mark Harbour (Brooklyn, NY) 17 points, and Luke Hansom (Manchester) 10 rebounds.

NHTI is now 4-6 overall and will host YSCC foe U-Maine Machias on Sunday.

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11/22/13 - Lynx Swept by Mustangs
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team fell to rival Central Maine Community College 88-60.

Leading the Lynx in the loss were Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 18 points with 11 rebounds and Sara Romano (Lebanon) 10 points.

The Lynx are now 4-3 on the season and will host U-Maine Machias on Sunday.

The NHTI men were also defeated by Central Maine Community College by the score 101-70.

The top performers for the Lynx in the loss were Phil Smith (New Britain, CT) 21 points, Curtis Williams (Newmarket) eight points, and Demetrius Rouse (Detroit, MI) 11 rebounds.

NHTI (3-6) will host Northern Maine Community on Saturday afternoon.

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11/19/13 - NHTI Hosts Annual Boys and Girls Club Classic

CONCORD, N.H. — NHTI, Concord’s Community College was the host site for the second annual Concord Boys and Girls Club Classic featuring the Rivier University men and women versus Plymouth State University men and women.

In the women’s match-up Rivier University topped PSU 65-52.

The leaders for the Raiders were Deanna Purcell (21 points with five boards), Rebecca Debaldo (12 points with five boards), and Savanna Butterfield (nine points).

Leading the Panthers were Taylor Perry (12 points), Kait Deering (12 points with five boards), and Krystin Corliss (nine points with seven assists).

In men’s action PSU topped Rivier University 73-61.

The Panthers of PSU were paced by Curtis Arsenault (22 points with seven rebounds), Alex Burt (10 points), and Petey Skevas (nine points with seven assists).

The top performers for the Raiders were Tom Poitras (12 points), Jake Nelson (12 points), and Nick Walch (14 points).

All money from tonight’s event will go to a scholarship fund that helps a former Concord Boys and Girls Club member attend NHTI for their post-secondary education. For more information on the programs NHTI has to offer visit www.nhti.edu and for additional information on the Concord Boys and Girls Club go to www.concordkids.com.

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11/17/13 - NHTI Hosts Hogan Camps Basketball Tournament – Day Two

CONCORD, N.H. — NHTI, Concord’s Community College was the host site for the Hogan Camps men’s and women’s Holiday Basketball Tournaments.

In the women’s consolation game Bunker Hill Community College topped Eastern Maine Community College 53-49.

Leading Bunker Hill in the win was Kyshani Dummott (19 points with eight rebounds), Esther Joseph (14 points with six rebounds), and Yohana Chrisyanto (10 points with six assists).

The top performers for EMCC were Kylee Fogg (14 points with 10 boards), Carolyn Bess (10 points with nine rebounds), and Hannah Bess (eight points with seven rebounds).

In the women’s championship game Dean College topped NHTI 90-75.

Pacing Dean was Janaysia James (34 points with 14 rebounds), Victoria Nguyen (21 points with 10 boards with five assists), and Vanessa Sylvain (10 points).

NHTI was led by Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 15 points with 17 rebounds, Danielle Kimball (Derry) 15 points with eight assists, and Sara Romano (Lebanon) 21 points with seven assists.

For their efforts all Tournament long, the following women’s basketball players were named All-Tournament players: Carley Seymour (EMCC), Nguyen (Dean), Dummott (BHCC), Romano (NHTI), LeBlanc (NHTI), and James (Dean) was named the tournament MVP.

In men’s action NHTI topped Eastern Maine 82-78 in the consolation game.

NHTI was paced by Phil Smith (New Britain, CT) 18 points, Mark Harbour (Brooklyn, NY) 14 points, Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 15 points, and Ryan Sweeney (Hudson) 10 points.

Leading EMCC was led by De’Anthony McCormick (23 points with eight boards), Robert Moore II (12 points with seven rebounds), Jared Gregory (11 points), and Cote Card (16 points).

Dean College squeaked by Springfield Tech in the men’s championship game 65-60.

David Seymour (10 points), Joe Clarke (12 points), and Keyon Armstrong (13 points) were the leaders for Dean.

Pacing STCC was Lance Hill (18 points with five boards), Tayquan Goodman (12 points), and Kadar Lynch (nine points).

Picking up All-Tournament awards on the men’s side was Williams (NHTI), McCormick (EMCC), Jamal Reuben (Dean), Nate Tardy (STCC), Goodman (STCC) and the MVP was Clarke (Dean).

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11/13/13 - LeBlanc Scores 17 inLynx Win
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s basketball team defeated Bristol Community College 65-56.

Leading the Lynx were Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 17 points with 11 rebounds, Danielle Kimball (Derry) 15 points, Isabel Munoz (Bedford) 10 points with four steals, and Ashley Plante (Newport) eight rebounds.

NHTI is now 3-1 and will host the Hogan Camps Holiday Basketball Tournament this weekend.

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11/13/13 - NHTI Edged by Bristol CC
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s basketball team fell to Bristol Community College 86-79.

Demetrious Rouse (Detroit, MI) paced the Lynx with 25 points. Also playing well were Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 13 points and Ethan Rutledge (Curacao) nine points.

NHTI is now 2-4 and will host the Hogan Camps Holiday Basketball Tournament this weekend.

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11/9/13 - NHTI Hosts Edward Jones Basketball Tap-Off Tournament – Day Two
CONCORD, N.H. — NHTI, Concord’s Community College was the host site for the Edward Jones Women’s Basketball Tap-Off Tournament. In the consolation game of the tournament Quinsigamond Community College topped Unity College 64-38.

Leading QCC in the win were Kat Edmunds (21 points with 13 rebounds), Jami Alonzo (10 points with eight boards) and Steph Levilee (eight points with eight rebounds).

The top performers for Unity College were Sierra Marchacos (12 points), Candace Robinson (10 points with eight rebounds) and Reann Bond (10 rebounds).

In the championship game Briarcliffe College edged NHTI 58-47.

Pacing Briarcliffe were Shenita Urquhart (30 points), Kiara Johnson (14 points with nine rebounds and six assists), and Sasha SantaMaria (12 points).

NHTI was led by Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 18 points with 14 rebounds, Danielle Kimball (Derry) 12 points with seven rebounds, and Talia Garcia (Nashua) nine points.

With their strong play all tournament long, the following were named to the All Tournament team: Tenea Burrell (QCC), Marchacos (Unity), Johnson (Briarcliffe), LeBlanc (NHTI) and Garcia (NHTI). In addition, Urquhart of Briarcliffe was named the Tournament MVP.

In men’s basketball action NHTI topped Unity College 99-81.

Pacing the Lynx were Demetrius Rouse (Detroit, MI) 26 points with six rebounds, Phil Smith (New Britain, CT) 15 points with six rebounds, and Ethan Rutledge (Curacao) 14 points.

NHTI is now 2-3 overall and will travel to Bristol Community College on Tuesday.

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11/8/13 - NHTI Hosts Edward Jones Basketball Tap-Off Tournament
CONCORD, N.H. — NHTI, Concord’s Community College was the host site for the Edward Jones Women’s Basketball Tap-Off Tournament. In game one of the night Briarcliffe College topped Quinsigamond Community College 56-50.

Leading Briarcliffe in the win were Tracey McFadden (17 points with seven rebounds), Shenita Urquhart (15 points with seven rebounds) and Sasha SantaMaria (nine points with 11 boards).

The top performers for Quinsigamond Community College were Kat Edmunds (16 points with six rebounds and three steals) and Tania Burrell (12 points with 11 boards).

In game two of the night NHTI defeated Unity College 64-35.

Pacing the Lynx were Sara Romano (Lebanon) 17 points with five steals, Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 14 points with nine rebounds, Danielle Kimball (Derry) 14 points with five assists, and Jillian Roberts (Franklin) eight points with nine rebounds.

Unity College was led by Candace Roberts (12 points with 12 rebounds) and Raeann Bond (eight rebounds).

Unity College will battle Quinsigamond Community College in the consolation game on Saturday at noon and that will be followed by NHTI and Briarcliffe College in the championship game at 2 PM.

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11/8/13 - Graham and Anderson Honored by USCAA
CONCORD, N.H. — The, NHTI Concord’s Community College athletics department is pleased to announce the two student athletes have been honored by the USCAA.

Cassandre Graham (Westford, MA) and Elizabeth Anderson (Henniker) were both named Cross Country Academic All American’s. They were honored at the USCAA Cross Country National Championship banquet which is being held in Syracuse, NY.

Both the NHTI men’s and women’s cross country teams will compete in the National Championship race on Friday.

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11/6/13 - Williams Scores 14 Points in Lynx Loss
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s basketball team fell to Quinsigamond Community College 53-52.

Leading the Lynx in the loss were Curtis Williams (Newmarket) 14 points, Demetrius Rouse (Detroit, MI) 11 points with eight rebounds, and Sheveran Hardy (New Britain, CT) 10 points.

The Lynx are now 1-3 overall and will host Unity College on Saturday.

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11/5/13 - Lynx Sweep Frogs
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s basketball team topped Hampshire College 91-49.

Mark Harbour (Brooklyn, NY) scored 22 points to lead the Lynx. Also playing well was Jason Chollette Jr. (Seattle, WA) who scored 12 points.

NHTI is now 1-2 overall and they will host Quinsigamond Community College on Wednesday.

The NHTI women’s basketball team defeated Hampshire College 64-39 in their first game of the season.

The top performers for the Lynx were Danielle Kimball (Derry) 14 points, Allura LeBlanc (Northwood) 16 points, Thalia Garcia (Nashua) 12 points, and Sara Romano (Lebanon) six assists.

The Lynx are 1-0 and will host the Edward Jones Tap-Off Tournament this weekend.

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11/2/13 - NECC and MBCC Pick Up Wins in NHTI Tap-Off Festival
CONCORD, N.H. — NHTI, Concord’s Community College was the hose site for the Edward Jones Tap-Off Basketball Festival. In day two action NHTI fell to Mass Bay Community College 80-73.

Leading the Buccaneers in the win were Roger Paul (25 points), Giovaughn Jones (12 points), and Macam Macam (16 points with nine boards).

NHTI was paced by Sheveran Hardy (New Britain, CT) 24 points and Jordon Richard (Raymond) 10 points.

In game two, Northern Essex Community College defeated U-Maine Augusta 90-75.

NECC was led by Ryan Grant (19 points with six rebounds), Colin Collins (17 points with six rebounds) and Derek Anderson (12 points with six rebounds).

Brandon Rogers (15 points with six rebounds), Jesse Smith (14 points), and Keith Chesley (12 points with six rebounds) were the top performers for the Moose.

Paul (MBCC), Macam (MBCC), Hardy (NHTI), Richard (NHTI), Grant (NECC), Derek Andreoli (NECC), Rogers (UMA), and Garrett Alley (UMA) were all named to the All-Tournament team for their strong play all weekend long.

NHTI (0-2) will travel to Hampshire College on Tuesday.

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11/1/13 - Lynx Fall in Season Opener
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s basketball team opened the 2013-14 season by falling to Northern Essex Community College 78-65 in day one action of the NHTI Edward Jones Tap-Off Festival.

Leading the Lynx in the loss were Demetrius Rouse (Detroit, MI) 23 points, Sheveran Hardy (New Britain, CT) 10 points, and Jordon Richard (Raymond) 10 points.

Pacing NECC in the win were Ryan Grant (21 points with 10 rebounds), Derek Andreoli (16 points points with six rebounds), and Colin Collins (16 points with six boards).

In game two action on day one, Mass Bay Community College defeated U-Maine Augusta 82-63.

The top performers for MBCC were Giovaughn Jones (14 points),Roger Paul (11 points), and Jonathan Perry (14 points with nine rebounds).

Brandon Rogersscored 15 points and pulled six rebounds and Tevon Erwin added 15 points for UMA in the loss.

Day two action will feature NHTI and MBCC battling it out at12:30 PM followed by UMA and NECC at 2:30 PM.

In USCAA Men’s Soccer National Tournament action NHTI topped Penn State – Brandywine 1-0 in the consolation bracket.

Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) scored the lone goal for the Lynx.

This defeat ends the NHTI season as they finish 13-4-1 overall.

For complete recaps and results on all USCAA National Tournaments visit www.theuscaa.com.

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10/31/13 - NHTI Men’s Soccer Team Falls in First Round of National Tournament

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s soccer team fell in USCAA National Tournament action today. The number ten seeded Lynx fell to number seven Washington Adventist University 2-0 in Charlestown, WV.

Patrick Bolton (Candia) made 12 saves for the Lynx in the loss.

NHTI has a record of 12-4-1 and will battle number nine PSU Brandywine on Thursday morning to wrap up their season.

Also, at the USCAA Soccer National Tournament banquet several NHTI athletes were honored. Sahara Brown (Barnstead) of the Lynx women’s soccer team was named a USCAA First Team All-American, Carissa Pelletier (New Canada, ME) was named a USCAA Second Team All-American, Cassie LaCroix (Candia) was named a USCAA Honorable Mention All-American, and both Megan Smith (Merrimack) and Kendra Strong (Conway) were named USCAA All-Academic American’s. For the NHTI men, Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) was named a USCAA Second Team All-American.

Complete USCAA Soccer National Tournament action can be followed at www.theuscaa.com.

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10/23/13 - Hernando Named USCAA POW; Lynx Men’s Soccer Team Receives Bid For National Tournament

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community athletics department is pleased to announce that a student athlete has been honored by the USCAA as Player of the Week.

Nacho Hernando (Sunapee) of NHTI has been named the USCAA Men’s Cross Country Player of the Week. At the YSCC Invitational last weekend Hernando ran a time of 27:13 which was good enough to place first overall. Nacho’s strong finish helped the Lynx to capture the YSCC title.

In other news, the NHTI men’s soccer team has received a bid to participate in the USCAA Men’s Soccer National Tournament. The Lynx are seeded 10th overall and will battle the number seven-seeded Washington Adventist University in the opening round. From there, the winner will advance to play the number two seed U-Maine Fort Kent.

This years USCAA Men’s Soccer National Tournament will take place from October 30 – November 2 on the campus of WVU Tech in Montgomery, WV. The Lynx finished the regular season as YSCC Runner-Up’s and ended with a record of 12-3-1. This is the Lynx second straight year competing for the USCAA National Championship.

For more information on the YSCC or USCAA visit www.yankeeconference.org orwww.theuscaa.com .

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10/21/13 - NHTI Volleyball Team Captures YSCC Title

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s volleyball team topped U-Maine Machias 3-1 to capture the YSCC title. This is the Lynx first YSCC championship since 2011.

Amber Rodney (Farmington) had 42 assists, Victoria Spencer (Bridgewater) added 22 kills with five aces, Libby Stiles (Bridgewater, MA) had 12 kills, and Paige Lentendre (Concord) contributed eight kills.

In order to advance to the YSCC championship game the Lynx topped Unity College 3-1 in a semi-final match.

In the win, Rodney had 32 assists with two aces and four kills, Spencer had with 19 kills and four aces and Annie Souphonphakdy (Bristol)added five digs.

Spencer was named the tournaments best offensive player and Rodney was named the tournament MVP. Heather Leonard of UMM was named the tournaments best defensive player.

The Lynx are 12-15 overall and have now concluded their season.

Coach Don Welford’s NHTI men’s soccer team fell to U-Maine Machias 2-1 in the YSCC Championship game.

Kyle Hass (Allenstown) scored the lone goal for the Lynx, it was assisted by Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett).Patrick Bolton (Candia) made nine saves in net.

Bolton was named the tournaments best defensive player.

The Lynx are 12-3-1 overall and now wait to see if they receive a bid for the USCAA National Soccer Tournament.

Craig Kelly of U-Maine Machias was named the men’s soccer tournament MVP and Jairo Castillo of UMM was named the tournaments best defensive player.

In the YSCC women’s soccer championship game held at NHTI Paul Smith’s College downed U-Maine Machias 3-2 on 9 PK’s.

Aseneth Brooks (PSC) was named the tournament MVP, Emma LeGallais (PSC) was the tournaments best offensive player and Caitlin Willis (UMM) was named the tournaments nest defensive player.

In other news Osorio, Bolton, and Semir Sandzic (Manchester) of the men’s soccer team have been named YSCC All-Conference players for their strong play all season long. Osorio was also named the YSCC Men’s Soccer Player of the Year.

Sahara Brown (Barnstead), Cassie Lacroix (Candia), and Carrisa Pelletier (New Canada, ME) of the NHTI women’s soccer team were named YSCC All-Conference players. Brown was also named the YSCC Women’s Soccer Player of the Year.

NHTI women’s volleyball player Spencer has also been honored the YSCC as an All-Conference selection in Women’s Volleyball.

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10/20/13 - NHTI Men’s Cross Country Team Captures YSCC Title

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s soccer team topped Southern Maine Community College 2-0 in the YSCC Semi-Finals.

Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) continued his stellar season by adding two more goals. Semir Sandzic (Manchester) contributed one assist in the win and Patrick Bolton (Candia) made 13 saves in the shut out.

The NHTI men will compete for the YSCC title on Sunday afternoon.

Coach Steve Ambra’s NHTI women’s soccer team fell to U-Maine Machias 4-0 in the YCC Semi-Finals.

Carissa Pelletier (New Canada, ME) made 15 saves in net for the Lynx.

With the loss the Lynx fall short of the YSCC Championship game being held at NHTI on Sunday. NHTI finishes up with a record of 10-5-1.

The NHTI men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the YSCC Invitational Championship held at NHTI. The women did not place as a team but the men captured the YSCC title. This is the men’s first YSCC title since 2010. NHTI edged Paul Smith’s College to capture the title. Paul Smiths College captured the women’s title, edging Hampshire College.

Placing individually for the Lynx women were Cassie Graham (Westford, MA) 27:39 7th, Liz Anderson (Henniker) 28:54 12th, Catie Tirrell (Concord) 30:55 20th, and Danira Ibrahimovic (Manchester) 31:48 21st.

Placing for the NHTI men were Nacho Hernando (Sunapee)27:13 1st, Quinn Parker (Hampton)29:55 6th, Mark Roy (Loudon)31:08 8th, Greg Keilig (Moravia, IA) 31:40 11th, and Ben Wakeman (Barrington) 32:34 17th.

Hernando, Parker, Roy, and Graham all picked up YSCC All-Conference honors by placing in the top 10 individually in this event.

Both the NHTI men and women will run in a race at Pawtuckaway State Park next weekend.

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10/16/13 - NHTI Athletes Honored by the YSCC

CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community athletics department is pleased to announce that several student athletes have been honored by the YSCC as Player of the Week.

Zack Storro (Goffstown)of the NHTI co-ed golf team as been named the YSCC Golf Player of the Week. In the YSCC Championship last weekend Zack scored a 79 which placed his first overall and helped the Lynx to capture their six YSCC title in seven years.

Ben Wakeman (Barrington)has been named the YSCC Men’s Cross Country Player of the Week. Wakeman ran a time of 32:38 and placed sixth overall in the Lynx Invitational last weekend. Ben helped the Lynx team to place first overall.

Amber Rodney (Farmington)of the NHTI women’s volleyball team has been honored as the YSCC Volleyball Player of the Week for her efforts last week. In a game versus Green Mountain College Rodney had 32 aces and against Castleton she had 36 assists with 19 digs.

Sahara Brown (Barnstead)has been named the YSCC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week. Brown scored five goals against rival VTC last week. She also had two goals and one assist against Dean College. Brown currently leads the YSCC and USCAA in scoring.

For more information on the YSCC visit www.yankeeconference.org .

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10/16/13 - Lynx Advance to YSCC Semi-Finals
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s soccer team topped Hampshire College 6-0 in a YSCC Championship Tournament Play-In game. The Lynx have advanced and will play in YSCC Semi-Final action on Saturday at NHTI.

Sahara Brown (Barnstead) was once again the standout for the Lynx as she had four goals with one assist. Also scoring for the Lynx were Cassie LaCroix (Candia) one goal with one assist, and Kim Hennigan (Center Conway) one goal. Ashley Plante (Newport)and Carissa Pelletier (New Canada, ME) combined in net for the shut out.

NHIT is now 10-4-1 overall and will look to capture the YSCC title this weekend.

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10/14/13 - Lynx Capture YSCC Golf Title
CONCORD, N.H. —The NHTI, Concord’s Community College co-ed golf team won the YSCC Championship for the sixth time in seven years. The Lynx finished with a team score of 325 which was ahead of UMA (358), EMCC (363), UMM (374) and SMCC (377).

Scoring individually for the Lynx were Zack Storro (Goffstown) 79 1st, Andy Levins (Concord) 80 2nd,John Bradley (Derry) 83 5th, and Mike Varney (Farmington) 83 5th.

The NHTI golf season has now come to an end. The Lynx finish up with a regular season record of 16-2.

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10/13/13 - Hernando Wins Again
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s and women’s cross country teams hosted the Lynx Invitational. The NHTI men placed first overall and the women did not have enough runners to place as a team. Nashua Community College was the team winner on the women’s side.

Placing individually for the NHTI men were Nacho Hernando (Sunapee)1st 26:42, Quinn Parker (Hampton) 2nd 30:44, Mark Roy (Loudon) 3rd31:02, Greg Keilig (Moravia, IA) 5th32:11, and Ben Wakeman (Barrington) 6th 32:38.

Placing for the NHTI women were Cassie Graham (Westford, MA) 4th 28:29, Cattie Tirrell (Concord)6th 31:31, and Danira Ibrahimovic (Manchester) 7th 32:31.

Both teams will compete again on Sunday October 13th in a local Concord area race.

Coach Renee Zobel’s NHTI women’s volleyball team went 2-1 in tournament play at Green Mountain College. The Lynx topped Green Mountain 3-0 and Castleton 3-2 before falling to Bay Path 3-2.

In the game versus GMC Victoria Spencer (Bridgewater) had 18 kills, Libby Stiles (Bridgewater, MA) had nine kills, Caitlyn Howard (North Conway) added seven kills and Amber Rodney (Farmington) racked up 32 aces.

Against Castleton Spencer had 21 kills and 17 digs. Also playing well were Stiles (eight kills) and Rodney (36 assists with 19 digs).

In the loss versus Bay Path Spencer added 17 more kills, Brooke Foley (Hudson) had 13 digs, Asia Bixby (Loudon) added 10 digs and Annie Souphonphakdy (Bristol) contributed 10 digs.

The Lynx are now 10-15 overall and will travel to Northern Essex Community College on Wednesday.

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10/12/13 - Lynx Top Bulldogs
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s soccer team topped Dean College 3-1.

Scoring for the Lynx were Sahara Brown (Barnstead) two goals with one assist, and Jill Rogers (Fremont)one goal. Carissa Pelletier (New Canada, ME) made 10 saves in net.

NHTI is now 9-4-1 overall and will play in YSCC Tournament Play-In action this week.

The NHTI men’s soccer team tied with Dean College 2-2.

Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) and Tyler Ranfos (Allenstown) both scored goals for the Lynx. Patrick Bolton (Candia) made 13 saves in goal for NHTI.

The Lynx are now 11-2-1 overall and will also play in YSCC Tournament Play-On action later this week.

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10/10/13 - Brown Scores Five Goals in Win
CONCORD, N.H. —The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s soccer team rolled over rival Vermont Tech 6-0.

Sahara Brown (Barnstead, NH) had a huge game for the Lynx as she scored five goals. Also scoring was Cassie LaCroix (Candia) one goal, and Hannah Ess (Belmont) one assist.

With the win the Lynx advance to 8-4-1 overall and will next play on Friday when they host Dean College.

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10/8/13 - NHTI Competes in USCAA Golf National Tournament
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s soccer team topped Vermont Tech 3-0.

Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) scored all three goals for the Lynx and now leads the USCAA in goals scored and points. Patrick Bolton (Candia) made six saves in the shutout.

The Lynx are 11-2 and will host Dean College on Friday.

Coach Dave Edwards’ NHTI golf team competed in their fifth USCAA National Tournament over the past two days. The Lynx placed seventh overall out of 18 teams at the tournament hosted in Pennsylvania. NHTI finished with a team score of 655 (+79) over the two days.

Scoring individually for the Lynx were Andy Levins (Concord)24th +17, Zack Storro (Goffstown)29th-T +20, Dustin Romanello (Hillsboro) 29th-T +20, John Bradley (Derry) 34th +23, Mike Varney (Farmington) 43rd-T +28, and Brandon Flynn (Gorham) 71st-T +36.

The overall winner of the tournament was Daemen College (+12).

The Lynx will play again this weekend when they compete in the YSCC Tournament.

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10/8/13 - NHTI Athletes Honored by the YSCC
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community athletics department is pleased to announce that several student athletes have been honored by the YSCC as Player of the Week.

Justin Judd (Lebanon)has been named the YSCC Baseball Player of the Week. Judd helped the Lynx to win the NECA Championship last weekend. His double in the championship game knocked in the winning run and due to his efforts all tournament long he was named the tournament MVP.

Cassie Camire (Farmington) was named as the YSCC Softball Player of the week. During the NECA tournament, Cassie had multiple hits in both games and helped the Lynx to capture the NECA title. She was named the Tournaments Best Offensive Player.

For more information on the YSCC visit www.yankeeconference.org .

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10/6/13 - Lynx Capture NECA Titles
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s softball team split with Rivier University. NHTI won game one 3-2 before falling in game two 6-5.

In game one, Tori Lemay (Manchester) pitched a complete game allowing only four hits and two runs, she also struck out 14 batters. Offensively, Jenna Beaulieu (Swanzey)went 2-3 with an RBI and scored a run.

In game two, Joardyn Douillette (Loudon) batted 3-4 with an RBI and she also scored a run.

In other softball action the Lynx defeated Southern Maine Community College 6-0 to advance the NECA championship game.

Lemay pitched seven innings and allowed only five hits. Offensively, Douillette went 3-4 with three RBI’s.

Later in the day, the Lynx topped UNH (Club) 10-3 in extra innings to capture the NECA title.

NHTI concludes the Fall season with an impressive record of 13-4 including winning 11 of the last 12 games played.

The NHTI men’s baseball team also played in NECA tournament action this weekend. In the semi-final game versus Southern Maine Community College the Lynx came out ahead 7-6 and then later went on to defeat Eastern Maine Community College 5-4 to capture the NECA title.

Versus SMCC both Mike Bailey (Stratford) and Zack Drouin (Barnstead) had strong offensive games.

The Lynx wrap up the Fall season as NECA champions and finish with an overall record of 11-4 and won eight of their last nine games.

Coach Steve Ambra’s NHTI women’s soccer team topped Massasoit Community College 4-1.

Sahara Brown (Barnstead) scored two goals and also added two assists for the Lynx. Also scoring was Cassie LaCroix (Candia) one goal and Ashley Plante (Newport) one goal.

NHTI (7-4-1) will travel to Vermont Tech on Wednesday.

The NHTI women’s volleyball team fell to both Maine Maritime Academy and Husson University 3-0 in action at Colby-Sawyer College.

Versus MMA Amber Rodney (Farmington) had four digs and six assists and against Husson Libby Stiles (Bridgewater, MA) had three aces, and eight kills and Paige Letendre (Concord) added four kills.

NHTI is now 8-14 overall and will travel to Green Mountain College next weekend.

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10/13/13 - NHTI Drops to 8-12 on the Season
CONCORD, N.H. —The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s volleyball team fell to NCAA Division III opponent Lyndon State College by the score of 3-1.

The Lynx are 8-12 overall and will battle both Maine Maritime Academy and Husson College this weekend at Colby-Sawyer College.

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10/13/13 - Lynx Tie With Seawolves
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s soccer team finished 0-0 in a double overtime tie versus Southern Maine Community College.

Carissa Pelletier (New Canada, ME) made five saves in net for the Lynx.

NHTI is now 6-4-1 overall and will travel to Massasoit Community College on Saturday.

The NHTI men’s soccer team topped the College of St. Joe’s (VT) 7-0.

Pacing the Lynx were Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) three goals with two assists, Muharem Causevic (Manchester) one goal with one assist and Semir Sandzic (Manchester) two assists.

The Lynx (10-2) will travel to Vermont Tech next Thursday.

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9/30/13 - NHTI Softball Team Wins 7th Straight Game
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s softball team swept Eastern Maine Community College in double-header action. Game one was 13-5 (6 innings) and game two was 11-0 (5 innings).

In game one,Sara Vassy (Danbury) went 3-4 and had five RBI’s. Also, Jenna Beaulieu (Swanzey) batted 3-5 with two doubles and two RBI’s.

On game two,Tori Lemay (Manchester) pitched a five innings no-hitter while striking out nine and walking one. Offensively,Alex Pellerin (Manchester) went 2-2 with two RBI’s and three runs. Joardyn Douillette (Loudon) also went 2-3 with a triple.

In other softball action the Lynx swept Southern Maine Community College in a double header. Game one ended 2-0 and game two was 7-2.

In game one, Lemay pitched a complete game two hitter while striking out 19 and walking none. Offensively,Alyssa Brown (Keene) batted 2-2 with a run and a steal.

In game two, Lemay pitched another complete game to pick up the win. She allowed four hits, two runs, and struck out 12. Her record on the season is now 6-1. Pacing the offense was Kendall Graton (Plymouth) who went 3-4 and had four RBI’s. Also,Kayla Comeau (Farmington) went 3-4 and scored.

The Lynx have now won seven in a row and are 10-3 overall.

The NHTI women’s volleyball team placed second in the NHTI Invitational. In pool play the Lynx topped Paul Smith’s college 2-0, U-Maine Machias 2-1 and Word of Life 2-1 but fell to CCRI 2-0. NHTI topped Unity College 2-1 in the semi-final’s before falling to CCRI 2-0 in the championship match.

Victoria Spencer (Bridgewater) and Libby Stiles (Bridgewater, MA) were both named to the All-Tournament team for their strong play.

The Lynx are now 7-10 on the season.

The NHTI baseball team swept Eastern Maine Community College in double action. The Lynx won game one 19-1 (five innings) and game two 21-0 (five innings).

In other baseball action the Lynx also split with Southern Maine Community College. NHTI fell in game one 6-3 before prevailing in game two 6-2.

The Lynx are now 9-4 overall and will next play in the NECA championships.

The NHTI co-ed golf team placed second overall out of eight teams in a meet at U-Maine Augusta. The Lynx finished with a team score of 324 which was just behind UMPI (320). Also scoring was UMA (337), GBCC (363), UMM (365), NHCC (369), SMCC (372), and EMCC (385).

Placing individually for the Lynx were John Bradley (Derry) 77, Andy Levins (Concord) 80, Zack Storro (Goffstown) 81,Mike Varney (Farmington) 86, and Brandon Flynn (Gorham) 87.

The Lynx are 16-2 overall and will travel to Pennsylvania from October 5-8 to play in the USCAA Golf National Tournament.

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9/28/13 - NHTI Men’s Soccer Team Advances to 9-2 Overall
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s soccer team topped Bunker Hill Community College 4-0.

Leading the Lynx was Sahara Brown (Barnstead) who had two goals and one assist. Also playing well were Cassie LaCroix (Candia) one goal with one assist and Monica Horning (Deerfield) one goal.

The Lynx are now 6-4 overall and will host SMCC on Wednesday.

The Lynx men’s soccer team rolled over Word of Life 7-0.

Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) had three goals and two assists, Dillon Chase (Landaff) netted two goals and one assist and Tyler Ranfos (Allenstown)had one goal and one assist.

The Lynx advance to 9-2 overall and will travel to the College of St. Joe’s (VT) on Wednesday.

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9/28/13 - Brown Leads Lynx Over Hampshire College
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s soccer team topped Hampshire College 6-0.

Pacing the Lynx in the win was Sahara Brown (Barnstead) three goals with two assists. Also playing well was Cassie LaCroix (Candia) who scored one goal and added two assists. In net, Carissa Pelletier (New Canada, ME) made seven saves.

The Lynx are now 5-4 overall and will host Bunker Hill Community College on Saturday.

The NHTI women’s volleyball team defeated U-Maine Machias 3-2.

Leading the Lynx in the win was Lilly Stiles (Bridgewater, MA) who had three aces and 11 kills.

NHTI is now 3-8 overall and will play again on Saturday when they host Paul Smith’s College.

The NHTI women’s and men’s cross country teams both competed in the Raider Invitational at River College. The men placed 1st out of four teams and the women’s team did not place as a team.

Scoring for the men were Nacho Hernando (Manchester) 25:38 1st, Quinn Parker (Hampton) 28:51 4th, Mark Roy (Loudon) 30:03 7th, Brian Fox (Conay) 31:05 10th, and Greg Keilig (Marovia, IA) 31:38 12th.

Placing for the women were Cassie Graham (Westford, MA) 23:13 6th and Danira Ibraminovic (Manchester) 27:29 15th.

Both teams will compete again next Saturday.

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9/26/13 - Lynx Grab 5-1 Win Over Frogs
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s soccer team rolled over Hampshire College 5-1.

Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) led the Lynx with three goals. Also, Muharem Causevic (Manchester) added three assists, and Austin Valladares (Middleton) andSemir Sandzic (Manchester) netted a goal apiece.

With the win, the Lynx advance to 8-2 overall and they will host Word of Life on Saturday.

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9/25/13 - NHTI Athletes Honored by USCAA and YSCC
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community athletics department is pleased to announce that several student athletes have been honored by the USCAA and YSCC as Player of the Week.

Patrick Bolton (Candia) of the NHTI men’s soccer team was named the Men’s Soccer Goal Keeper of the Week. Bolton made 24 saves and only allowed two total goals versus conference foes Vermont Tech and Paul Smith’s College. Patrick and the Lynx went 2-0 on the week.

Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) was named the YSCC Men’s Soccer Player of the Week. Ramiro scored two goals versus both VTC and PSC last week. His week was highlighted by scoring the game winning goal versus PSC in OT.

For more information on the USCAA visit www.theuscaa.com and for the YSCC visit www.yankeeconference.org .

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9/23/13 - Lynx Squeak by Bobcats in OT
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s soccer team topped rival Paul Smith’s College 2-1 in overtime.

Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) scored both of the goals for the Lynx. Also, Patrick Bolton (Candia) made 16 saves in net.

The Lynx are 7-2 overall and will travel to Hampshire College on Wednesday.

Coach Steve Ambra’s NHTI women’s soccer team fell in heartbreaking fashion to Paul Smith’s College 2-1.

Cassie LaCroix (Candia) scored the lone goal for the Lynx, it was assisted by Sahara Brown (Barnstead).

NHTI slips to 4-4 overall and will travel to Hampshire College on Thursday.

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9/21/13 - Lynx Defeat Wildcats for First Time in Three Years
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s softball team defeated UNH (Club) 8-0 in six innings.

Tori Lemay (Manchester) pitched a two hitter and struck out 11 in six innings of work. Offensively, Jenna Beaulieu (Swanzey) went 2-4 with a double and two runs scored, and Cassie Camire (Farmington) batted 2-3 with a run and two RBI’s.

With their first win over UNH (Club) in three years the Lynx are now 4-3 and will host CMCC in double header action on Saturday.

Coach Eric Duquette’s men’s baseball team split with UNH (Club). The Lynx fell in game one 6-5 before winning game two 6-4.

In game one, Steve Levasseur (Laconia) went 2-4 and scored a run. Nick Fontaine (Rochester), Patrick Jarivs (Concord), and Tyler Royle (Rochester) all pitched well for the Lynx.

In game two, Royle pitched five innings of shutout baseball to pick up the win. Mike Bailey (Stratford)went 2-3 and scored two runs. Levasseur also went 2-3 and scored a run.

The Lynx are now 4-3 overall and will host CMCC on Saturday.

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9/20/13 - Brown Scores Four Goals to Lead Lynx
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s soccer team rolled over rival Vermont Tech by the score 5-0.

Sahara Brown (Barnstead) had a monster game for the Lynx as she scored four goals. Also playing well were Ashley Plante (Newport) one goal, andKim Hennigan (Center Conway) two assists.

The Lynx are now 4-3 overall on the season and will host Paul Smith’s College on Sunday.

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9/19/13 - Lynx Top Green Knights
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s soccer team topped Vermont Tech 3-1.

Scoring for the Lynx were Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) – two goals, and Mark Gray (Pembroke). Adding assists were Semir Sandzic (Manchester), Tommy Ransom (Concord), and Brendon Johnson (Belmont). Patrick Bolton (Candia) made 8 saves in net to pick up the win.

NHTI is now 6-2 overall and will host Paul Smith’s College on Sunday.

The NHTI women’s volleyball team fell to CCRI 3-0.

Paige Letendre (Concord) had perfect service, and six kills to pace the Lynx.

NHTI (1-4) will play in the CCRI Tournament this weekend.

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9/18/13 - NHTI Athletes Honored by USCAA and YSCC
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community athletics department is pleased to announce that several student athletes have been honored by the USCAA and YSCC as Player of the Week.

John Funk (Farmington) of the baseball team has picked up YSCC player of the week honors for his five innings of no hit baseball against CMCC. He also struck out 10 batters and picked up the win for the mound in the game.

NHTI golfer Zack Storro (Goffstown) was named the YSCC player of the week. In his first ever collegiate match he finished in a first place overall tie and helped the Lynx to win the three-team tournament.

Nacho Hernando (Manchester)of the men’s cross country team has been honored as player of the week for both the USCAA and YSCC. Nacho set a course record at the Eagle Invitational hosted at Daniel Webster College last week. He won the race with a time of 26:48 and helped the Lynx finish third overall as a team.

Women’s volleyball player Amber Rodney (Farmington) was named player of the week for both the YSCC and USCAA for her 37 assist performance last week against NCAA Division III opponent Lyndon State College. Rodney helped the Lynx to a 3-2 win.

For more information on the USCAA visit www.theuscaa.com and for the YSCC visit www.yankeeconference.org .

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9/15/15 - LaCroix Guides Lynx Over Bobcats of PSC
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s baseball team fell to Southern Maine Community College 6-1 before topping Central Maine Community College 5-1; both games were played at SMCC.

In the game versus SMCC Patrick Jarvis (Chichester) and Nick Fontaine (Rochester) both pitched well.

Against CMCC John Funk (Farmington) threw five innings and no hit baseball and finished with 10 strikeouts. Offensively,Zach Drouin (Barnstead) and Matt Rua (Hudson) both had two hits.

The Lynx are now 3-2 overall and will travel to UNH (Club) on Friday.

The NHTI softball team was outlasted by Southern Maine Community College 5-4 but topped Central Maine Community College 8-1.

Against SMCC Joardyn Douilliette (Loudon) and Lindsey Hampson (Manchester) both had two hits.

In game two versus CMCC Sam Mento (Salem, MA) pitched seven innings and only allowed four hits and one run.Jenna Beaulieu (Swanzey) paced the offense with two hits, two walks, two runs, and a stolen base. Also playing well on offense wasJillian Roberts (Franklin) who had two hits and three RBI’s.

NHTI (2-4) will host UNH (Club) on Friday.

The NHTI men’s soccer team fell to Paul Smith’s College 1-0.

Patrick Bolton (Candia) made 14 saves in net.

The Lynx fall to 5-2 overall and will host rival Vermont Tech on Wednesday.

Coach Steve Ambra’s women’s soccer team topped Paul Smith’s College 2-1.

Cassie LaCroix (Candia) lead the offensive attack with one goal, also Jill Rogers (Fremont) added an assist. Carissa Pelletier (New Canada, ME) made five saves in net and picked up the win.

The Lynx are now 3-3 overall and will host Vermont Tech on Thursday.

The NHTI golf team placed first overall in a three-team meet at Loudon Country Club. The Lynx finished with a team score of 309 and they were followed by EMCC 342, and NCC 354.

Individually for the Lynx, John Bradley (Derry) and Zack Storro (New Boston) both scored a 76 to finished in a first place overall tie. Also placing for NHTI was Brandon Flynn (Gorham) 78, Andy Levins (Concord) 79, and Dustin Romanello (Hillsboro) 85.

Lynx are now 6-1 on the season and will host their next match on Sunday.

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9/13/13 - Hernandez Sets Course Record at Eagle Invitational
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s and women’s cross county teams officially opened their Fall season by competing in the Eagle Invitational at Daniel Webster College in Nashua, NH.

NHTI’s Nacho Hernandez won the meet with a time of 26:48 and also set a new course record. Also placing for the men were Mark Roy (32:06) 12th, Todd Bouchard (33:38) 18th,Emmett Collins (34:14) 21st, and Joe Bohi (34:16) 22nd.

The men’s team placed third overall out of seven teams.

For the women Cassie Graham (24:56) placed 22nd and Catie Terrell (26:15) finished 33rd.

Both teams will compete again next Saturday at Gordon College.

Coach Don Welford’s NHTI men’s soccer team rolled over Hampshire College 6-1.

Pacing the Lynx in the win were Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) three goals, Shane Brancheau (Dover) one goal with one assist,Austin Valladares (Middleton) one goal, Kyle Hass (Allenstown) one goal, andSemir Sandzic (Manchester) three assists. Patrick Bolton (Candia) saved seven shots in net.

The Lynx are now 5-1 overall and will travel to Paul Smith’s College on Sunday.

The NHTI women’s soccer team squeezed by Hampshire College 1-0.

Sahara Brown (Barnstead) scored the lone goal; it was assisted by Cassie LaCroix (Candia).

The Lynx (2-3) will also travel to Paul Smith’s College in NY on Sunday.

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9/12/13 - Spencer Leads Lynx in Win
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College women’s volleyball team topped NCAA Division III school Lyndon State College 3-2.

Playing well for the Lynx were Victoria Spencer (Bridgewater) 22 kills with two aces and five digs, and Amber Rodney (Farmington) 37 assists.

NHTI is now 1-3 overall and will host CCRI next Thursday.

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9/10/13 - NHTI Athlete Named YSCC POW
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community athletics department is pleased to announce that a student athlete has been honored by the YSCC as Player of the Week.

Tori Lemay (Manchester, NH)of the women’s softball team was honored because of her efforts last week. Lemay pitched two games versus UNH (Club) totaling 8.1 innings. She allowed only three hits and one earned run while striking out 18 batters.

For more information on the YSCC visit www.yankeeconference.org.

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9/10/13 - Lynx Win Third Straight
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s soccer team defeated the College of St. Joe’s 5-0.

Leading the Lynx in the win were Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) one goal, Muharem Causevic (Manchester) one goal,Semir Sandzic (Manchester) one goal, and Jake Troy (Barnstead) one goal.

NHTI is now 4-1 overall and will host Hampshire College on Friday.

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9/9/13 - Lynx Win ACP Tournament
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s soccer team opened up the Albany College of Pharmacy Tournament by topping Unity College 2-0.

Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett)and Kyle Hass (Allenstown) both scored a goal in the win. Patrick Bolton (Candia) made seven saves in net.

In the Albany College of Pharmacy Tournament championship game the Lynx downed Albany College of Pharmacy 4-1.

Osorio added three goals and one assist in the win. Also, Hass scored one goal and contributed one assist. Bolton made 10 saves in goal.

NHTI (3-1) will host the College of St. Joe’s on Tuesday.

Coach Steve Ambra’s women’s soccer team fell to King’s College of NY in the Albany College of Pharmacy consolation game by the score of 2-1.

Scoring the lone goal for the Lynx was Sahara Brown (Barnstead) and it was assisted by Oliviah Kimball (Epping).

The Lynx are now 1-3 overall and will host Hampshire College on Friday.

In softball action the Lynx opened the 2013 Fall season by falling to UNH (Club) in double header action. NHTI fell in game one 2-1 and also in game two by the same score.

In game one, Tori Lemay (Manchester) threw seven innings allowing only three hits and striking out 12. Offensively, Sara Vassy (Danbury) scored the lone run and Lemay had two hits.

In game two, Joardyn Douillette (Loudon) hit a triple to knock in the Lynx only run. Jillian Roberts (Franklin) was the tough luck loser from the circle.

In other softball action the Lynx split a double header with Eastern Maine Community College. The Lynx fell in game one 6-1 before winning game two 9-6.

In game one, Jenna Beaulieu (Swanzey) hit a triple and knocked in the only run. Lindsey Hampson (Manchester) pitched four innings and allowed only three runs.

Game two featured Beaulieu going 3-4 including a triple and she also scored two runs. Cassie Camire (Farmington) knocked two hits and drove in three runs. Hampson got the win in relief while throwing four innings.

NHTI (1-3) will travel to SMCC on Saturday to play both SMCC and CMCC.

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9/8/13 - Johnson Powers Lynx over Golden Eagles
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s baseball team opened the 2013 Fall season by falling to UNH (Club) by the score of 11-1.

Andy Johnson (Dover)hit a solo homerun and Justin Judd (Lebanon)pitched well in relief.

In other baseball action the Lynx swept the Golden Eagles of EMCC in double header action. The Lynx won game one 11-2 and came out ahead of game two 12-7.

In game one, Zach Drouin (Barnstead) got the win while pitching three innings of shutout relief. Johnson and Tyler Royle (Rochester) both had two hits apiece. In game two Mike Bailey (Stratford) and Johnson both hit homerun’s. Also, Steven Levasseur (Laconia), Judd, and Eric Fleagle (Londonderry) all had two hits.

The Lynx are now 2-1 overall and will host Nashua Community College on Tuesday.

In YSCC volleyball action hosted at Unity College the Lynx went 0-3 overall. In their first game the Lynx fell to Unity College 3-0, in game two NHTI fell 3-1 to Paul Smith’s College, and in game three the Lynx were topped 3-0 by U-Maine Machias.

In the game versus Unity Caitie Howard (North Conway) had four kills with two aces. Paige Letendre (Concord) had six kills against PSC and versus UMM Libby Stiles (Bridgewater, MA) had three kills, perfect serving and four digs. Also, Victoria Spencer (Bridgewater) had three kills and five assists.

The Lynx (0-3) will host NCAA Division III Lyndon State College on Wednesday.

Coach Dave Edwards’co-ed golf team placed second overall in a match hosted by EMCC. NHTI finished with a team score of 322 which placed them behind UMPI (304), and in front of UMM (345), UMA (350), EMCC (363), and SMCC (383).

Scoring individually for the Lynx were Andy Levens (Concord) 74, Travis Weber (Bedford) 81, Mike Varney (Farmington) 81, John Bradley (Derry) 86, and Brandon Flynn (Gorham) 91.

NHTI (4-1) will host a match at Loudon Country Club on Saturday.

The NHTI women’s soccer team fell 1-0 to Unity College in the opening round of the Albany College of Pharmacy Tournament.

The Lynx (1-2) will battle Kings College in the consolation game on Sunday.

In other news, the NHTI Cross Country teams hosted the 7th Annual Friendly Kitchen 5K Road Race on Fridayevening. A record 324 contestants ran or walked in the event.

NHTI men’s cross country team captain “Nacho” Hernando (Concord) was the overall winner with a time of 16:25. Placing second for the men was Eric Williams (Concord) 16:45, and third for the men was Adam Pitman (Waterville, VT) 16:53. On the women’s side Eddie Reed (Bow) was the top finisher at 20:12. Placing second was Katie Colburn (Concord) 21:47, and Alyssa Lombardi (Nashua) 22:41 was third.

All proceeds of the event benefited the Friendly Kitchen in Concord, NH.

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9/3/13 - NHTI Athlete Named USCAA POW
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community athletics department is pleased to announce that a student athlete has been honored by the USCAA as Player of the Week.

Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett, NH) of the men’s soccer team was both honored because of his efforts last week. Osorio scored a hat trick in the Lynx win over STCC and helped them to a 4-1 win. In addition, Ramiro also netted one goal versus USCAA powerhouse SUNY-ESF.

For more information on the USCAA visit www.theuscaa.com.

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9/2/13 - Lynx Swept by SUNY-ESF
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s soccer team fell to SUNY-ESF 6-2 in the championship game of the NHTI Tournament.

Playing well for the Lynx in the win were Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) one goal with one assist and Kyle Hass (Allenstown) one goal.Patrick Bolton (Candia) made eight saves in net.

The Lynx are now 1-1 overall and will battle in the Albany College of Pharmacy tournament next weekend.

The NHTI women’s soccer team was defeated by SUNY-ESF 6-1 in the NHTI Tournament championship game.

Oliviah Kimball (Epping) scored the Lynx lone goal, it was assisted by Cassie LaCroix (Candia). Carissa Pelletier (New Canada, ME) made 36 saves in net.

The Lynx drop to 1-1 overall and will also travel to Albany, NY for the Albany College of Pharmacy tournament next weekend.

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9/1/13 - Osorio Nets Hat Trick in Lynx Opener
CONCORD, N.H. — The NHTI, Concord’s Community College men’s soccer team topped Springfield Technical Community College 4-0 in the opening game of the NHTI Tournament and also the 2013 season.

Pacing the Lynx in the win were Ramiro Osorio (Hooksett) three goals, Tyler Ranfos (Allenstown) one goal, andSemir Sandzic (Manchester) two assists. Patrick Bolton (Candia) also made seven saves in net.

The Lynx will battle in the NHTI Tournament championship game on Sunday at 12:30 PM.

Coach Steve Ambra’s women’s soccer team topped Springfield Technical Community College 4-1 in the opening game of the NHTI Tournament.

Sahara Brown (Barnstead) added two goals in the win. Also playing well were Cassie LaCroix (Candia) one goal with two assists,Jill Rogers (Fremont) one goal, Kim Henigan (Center Conway) one assist, andCarissa Pelletier (New Canada, ME) 12 saves.

With the win the Lynx advance the NHTI Tournament championship game on Sunday where they will play ESF.

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06/16/13 - Hogan Honored
NHTI Athletic Director Paul HoganCONCORD, N.H. — NHTI Athletic Director Paul Hogan was presented the 2012-2013 Garth Pleasant Honorary USCAA Athletic Director of the Year Award at the 2012-2013 USCAA National Convention. Hogan receives the honor for his long-standing service on the ratings/selections committee, USCAA coaches poll, as a former tournament host, and for his contributions to the marketing and branding of the USCAA. Over the years, Hogan has been instrumental in developing the USCAA marketing plan which has contributed to the rapid growth of the USCAA over the past eight years.

Furthermore, Hogan's men's basketball team finished the year 33-5 and earned the number one overall seed in the Men's Division II Basketball National Championship. In addition, NHTI's Men's Soccer, Volleyball, Golf, and Cross Country teams attended USCAA National Championships this past year. NHTI finished the 2012-2013 season fourth in the Director's Cup (the only 2 year member in the top 10 of the Director’s Cup). NHTI has twice finished as the 3rd place Director’s Cup recipient in 2007 & 2009.

Hogan was also named YSCC Men’s Basketball Coach of the Year in 2013 and serves as the Yankee Small College Conference President since 2005. Now entering his 14th year at NHTI, Hogan has helped develop NHTI into a regional power in nearly every sport at the small college level and the growth of the overall program offerings have helped NHTI offer more athletic programs than any other 2 year college in New England.

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