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DURHAM, N.H. – University of New Hampshire men’s basketball head coach Bill Herrion announces the hiring of Kenneth Dempsey to the 2007-08 coaching staff.

Dempsey spent the last five seasons as the Associate Men’s Basketball Head Coach at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Dempsey also served as the University of North Carolina-Greensboro assistant coach from 1999-2001. Dempsey is familiar with the Northeast region when he served as the assistant coach at Northeastern University from 1994-1999. Prior to joining the staff at Northeastern, Dempsey was an assistant coach at Monmouth (N.J.) University from 1984-94. The players he recruited earned 21 all-conference selections and helped the team to three conference championship game appearances.



DURHAM, H.H. -- The construction of the new bleacher system at the University of New Hampshire's Lundholm Gymnasium began on Wed., June 6.  The bleachers are the first step towards improving the atmosphere and fan experience in Lundholm Gym. The retractable bleachers will allow athletic teams to compete on the two auxiliary courts underneath, as was the case with the old system.

The original bleachers have been completely disassembled and removed and the equipment and materials for the new bleachers arrived on campus yesterday.


DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team will host its annual Wildcat Day Camp, provided for boys and girls entering grades second through nine The camp sessions will be held July 9-13 and July 30-August 3.

The day camp features basketball instruction for both the beginning player and the advanced youth from college coaches, UNH players and high school coaches. Campers will participate in skill development sessions plus two games per day. Grades second thru fifth attend from 9 a.m. – noon, while grades sixth thru ninth attend from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.




DURHAM, N.H. - University of New Hampshire men’s basketball head coach Bill Herrion has announced senior Mike Christensen (Reston, Va.), junior Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) and sophomore Radar Onguetou (Yaoundé, Cameroon) as captains for the upcoming 2007-08 season.


    DURHAM, N.H. — The Wildcat Athletics Council will host the 17th annual Bill Knight - Bo Dickson Memorial Golf Tournament on Monday, June 11, 2007 at the Windham Country Club in Windham, N.H. This golf tournament is a key fundraising event in support of scholarships for UNH student-athletes.
    The Wildcat Athletics Council invites you to become a tournament sponsor.  Our tournament provides a great opportunity for  you to reward your employees, entertain clients and network with other community/business leaders who are all joining our tournament in support of UNH Athletics. The Wildcat Athletics Council is also seeking items for our silent auction and we would gladly accept anything you would like to donate.  Please contact Brenda Holt-Mullaney or Garin Veris at 603-862-8641.
    The cost for golf is $175 per person, which includes includes continental breakfast, cart, greens fees, snacks and the cookout. The deadline to signup is Friday, May 11. Registration on June 11th begins at 6:30 a.m. with a 7:30 a.m. shotgun start (scramble format).

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DURHAM, N.H. - University of New Hampshire men’s basketball head coach Bill Herrion announced on Tuesday the addition of sophomore guard Colby Santos, a transfer from James Madison University.

The Wareham, Mass. native arrives at UNH after spending two seasons with The Dukes in the Colonial Athletic Association. Santos, a 6’5” guard/forward averaged 4.1 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 1.1 steals while playing 28.2 minutes per game. Santos tallied a career-high 15 points vs. conference champion Virginia Commonwealth University and notched a career-best 11 rebounds against Virginia Military Institute. He led the team in assist to turn over ratio.



BOSTON – Despite posting three scorers in double-digits, the University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team fell to defending conference champion University at Albany, 64-47, in the America East Quarterfinal round at the Agganis Arena in Boston on Saturday night.
            UNH seniors and America East All-Conference members Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) and Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) combined for 25 of UNH’s points and freshman forward Radar Onguetou (Yaoundé, Cameroon) was named America East Player of the Game as he delivered 11 points and two rebounds.



BOSTON - The No. 7 University of New Hampshire men's basketball team faces defending America East champion  No. 2 UAlbany at 6:05 p.m. in a quarterfinal contest at the Agganis Arena on Saturday (March 3). To access live stats and video streaming please click on the link below.

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BOSTON – University of New Hampshire men’s basketball senior co-captains Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) and Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) received three America East honors during the America East banquet at the Fenway Park Pavilion on Friday.
            Anderson was selected to the America East All-Defensive Team along with America East All-Conference Third Team honors, while Janev was named to the America East All-Conference Second Team.



DURHAM, N.H. -  March Madness is finally here as the University of New Hampshire men's basketball team gets set to take on the defending America East champions, University at Albany in the quarterfinal round of the America East Championships at the Agganis Arena in Boston on Saturday (March 3) at 6 p.m.
   The Great Danes swept the season series and handed UNH a 67-54 loss in last season's semifinal round. The seventh-seeded Wildcats, led by senior co-captains Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) and Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.), look to gain an upset over the second-seeded Great Danes and meet the winner of the Boston University and Binghamton University in the semifinals. The Wildcats have their work cut of for them as UAlbany and Vermont remain the only conference teams the Wildcats have yet to defeat this season. The game can be viewed by live streaming on by visiting www.americaeast.com and will be broadcasted on Yahoo by the UNH Sports Network.

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BOSTON - The nine-team field for the 2007 America East Men's Basketball Championship is set. The conference's premier event takes place at Boston University's Agganis Arena on March 2-4, with the title game to be played on March 10 at the higher remaining seed.



DURHAM, N.H. – Senior co-captains Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) and Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) combined for 47 points as the New Hampshire men’s basketball team cruised past UMBC, 64-51, on senior day at Lundholm Gymnasium.
    The Wildcats (10-19, 6-10 AE) win its last regular season game, while the Retrievers (11-18, 7-9 AE) snap a two game winning streak with the loss.
    Janev, who posted 23 points, eight rebounds and three blocks was named America East Player of the Game, which was the 11th time this season he was awarded the honor.
    UNH opened the contest with an 11-6 run as Anderson netted a foul shot with 13:25 to play. The senior guard finished with 23 points, including a 3-of-3 effort from beyond the arc.



DURHAM, N.H. - Senior co-captains Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) and Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) will be recognized this Sunday for New Hampshire men's basketball senior day as the Wildcats attempt to snap a two game losing streak and exact some revenge on the UMBC Retrievers. UMBC defeated UNH on January 25 as senior Chris Pugh sunk a 3-point basket with just three ticks on the clock to stun the Wildcats, 45-44. UNH owns a slight 5-3 advantage in the all-time series.
    The Wildcats must beat UMBC and hope that the Vermont Catamounts defeat the Hartford Hawks on Sunday in order for UNH to secure seventh place in the standings and most importantly avoid the first round contest of the America East Tournament that begins next weekend (March 2-4) at the Agganis Arena in Boston.
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DURHAM, N.H. – Senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) delivered a game-high 18 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Wildcats fell to the Binghamton University Bearcats, 66-37, in America East men’s basketball action at Lundholm Gymnasium on Tuesday night.
    New Hampshire (9-19, 5-10 AE) drops its second straight game, while the Bearcats (12-15, 5-10) move into a tie with UNH for seventh place in the league standings.



Boston - Fans of America East basketball will have their voices heard as the league announces its inaugural America East Men's Basketball Fans' Choice Player of the Year award. Preliminary voting for the 2006-07 America East Men's Basketball Fans' Choice Player of the Year began on Tuesday, February 20 and will run through Thursday, February 22. From the original list of candidates, three finalists will be chosen.
      New Hampshire’s Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) is on the ballot and represents the Wildcats. The senior co-captain leads the team in overall scoring with 364 points and in rebounds with 136. Janev, who was an America East Preseason All-Conference selection, also leads the team in 3-pointers made with 49 and in blocks with 17. He ranks fourth on UNH’s all-time scoring list, compiling 1,301 career points.

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DURHAM, N.H. - The Wildcats and Binghamton University Bearcats meet for the second time this season as UNH defeated their America East rival on January 18, 75-72.  The Bearcats hold a slight 7-4 advantage in the all-time series. Binghamton leads a well-balanced attack on offense with four players averaging double-digits on the season. The two teams lead the conference in 3-point baskets made as UNH ranks first with 212, while Binghamton is second with 192.  The game  should feature plenty of offense as both teams hope to put themselves into a better position heading into the America East Tournament. The contest is set for Tuesday (Feb. 20) at 7 p.m. in Lundholm Gymnasium and can be heard on the UNHSN and will be taped on Metrocast Cable.
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STONY BROOK, N.Y. Senior guard Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) and freshman forward Dan McGeary (Newton, Mass.) combined for 39 points in a 67-49 road loss to the Stony Brook University Seawolves in America East men’s basketball action at the Stony Brook Sports Complex on Sunday afternoon.
      The Wildcats (9-18, 5-9 AE) lose their last regular road game of the season and the Seawolves (9-17, 4-10) snap a two game losing streak.




DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire men's basketball team travels to Stony Brook University for its last regular season road game of the season before the America East Championships. The Wildcats defeated the Seawolves, 69-56, on January 21. Sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) notched a career-high 22 points in the win as UNH outscored the Seawolves in the second half, 46-33.
   UNH and Stony Brook meet for the 13th time as the Wildcats hold an 8-4 advantage in the all-time series. The Wildcats look to make it two straight and sweep the season series from the Seawolves. The tip-off is set for 2 p.m. on Sunday (Feb. 18) at the Stony Brook Sports Complex. UNH returns to action on Tuesday (Feb.20) when they play host to Binghamton University at 7 p.m. in Lundholm Gymnasium. The game was rescheduled due to the snow storm on February 14. The contest will be broadcasted on the UNHSN and televised on Metrocast Cable. Tickets are still available by visiting www.unhwildcats.com.
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DURHAM, N.H. — Due to this week's snowstorm, the men's baskeball game scheduled between the University of New Hampshire and Binghamton University scheduled for Thursday, February 15 has been postponed. The game has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 20. Game time is 7 p.m. at UNH's Lundholm Gymnasium.
   The UNH men's basketball team returns to action February 18 (2 p.m.) at Stony Brook.



DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire men's basketball team, led by senior Jermaine Anderson's game-high 22 points, defeated the Boston University Terriers last Sunday to snap a five game losing streak. Anderson shot 12 straight foul shots in the second half to complete the Wildcat comeback. Anderson ranks 20th in all of division 1 basketball in free throw percentage, shooting 75-of-85 (88.2 percent). Senior Blagoj Janev and sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs combined for 23 points in the victory.
   The Wildcats and Binghamton University Bearcats meet for the second time this season as UNH defeated their America East rival on January 18, 75-72.  The Bearcats hold a slight 7-4 advantage in the all-time series. Binghamton leads a well-balanced attack on offense with four players averaging double-digits on the season. The two teams lead the conference in 3-point baskets made as UNH ranks first with 203, while Binghamton is second with 187.  The game  should feature plenty of offense as both teams hope to put themselves into a better position heading into the America East Tournament. The contest is set for Thursday (Feb. 15) at 7 p.m. in Lundholm Gymnasium and can be heard on the UNHSN and will be taped on Metrocast Cable.
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DURHAM, N.H. – Senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) shot a perfect 12-of-12 from the foul line en route to a game-high 22 points on the afternoon as the University of New Hampshire Wildcats defeated the Boston University Terriers, 60-55, in America East men’s basketball action at Lundholm Gymnasium.
    The Wildcats (9-17, 5-8 AE) snap a five game losing streak, while the Terriers (10-14, 7-5 AE) fall for a fifth time in conference play.
    Anderson, who leads the America East Conference in free throw percentage on 75-of-85 shooting (88.2 percent) tallied 12 of his 22 points at the line, all coming during the second half. He was awarded America East Player of the Game for his efforts.



DURHAM, N.H. - The Wildcats look to snap a five game losing streak and avenge a 53-29 loss to Boston University on Jan. 13. The Wildcats previously fell to the University of Hartford, 62-46, on Thursday. Freshman Radar Onguetou was named America East Player of the Week for his career-high 15 point effort as the forward shot a perfect 7-of-7 from the field. Senior Jermaine Anderson added 14 points in the loss.
   The Terriers hold an 83-35 advantage in the all-time series. Leading the way for BU is a pair of freshman. Tyler Morris averages 14.2 points , while Corey Lowe averages 14.1 points per game. BU leads the conference in defense, holding its opponents to just 59.7 points per game. The game can be heard on the UNHSN and is set for a 1 p.m. tip-off in Lundholm Gymnasium on Sunday, February 11.
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 HARTFORD, CT - University of New Hampshire freshman forward Radar Onguetou (Yaoundé, Cameroon) was named America East Player of the Game as he notched a career-high 15 points, but the Wildcats fell to the University of Hartford Hawks, 62-46, on Thursday at Chase Arena.
            UNH extends its losing streak to five games as their record falls to 8-17 overall and 4-8 in conference play. The Hawks snap an eight game losing streak as their record improves to 10-15, 4-8 in America East play.
 



DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire men's basketball team attempts to stop a four game losing streak when they travel to face the University of Hartford Hawks on Thursday, February 8. The tip-off is set for 7 p.m. The Wildcats defeated the Hawks on January 9 in a 72-59 victory led by sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs' (Brockton, Mass.) career-high 22 points. UNH recently fell to rival University of Maine Black Bears on February 3, 65-56. Senior Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) compiled 19 points in the losing effort. UNH returns home for a showdown with the current third place holder in the America East, the Boston University Terriers. The contest is scheduled for a 1 p.m. start in Lundholm Gymnasium and can be heard on the UNHSN.

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DURHAM, N.H. – University of New Hampshire senior guard Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) was named America East Player of the Game as he compiled 19 points and three assists in a 65-56 loss to the University of Maine Black Bears at Lundholm Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon.
    The Wildcats drop their fourth straight contest as their record dips to 8-16 and 4-7 in conference play. The Black Bears, who have won six of their last seven, improve to 11-12, 6-5 in America East.



DURHAM, N.H. - The Wildcats are in search of stopping a current three game losing streak,which includes an 82-79 double-overtime loss to America East leader Vermont on Wednesday... Senior Blagoj Janev posted a game-high 26 points and four rebounds and Jermaine Anderson tallied 14 points and five assists. Sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs notched 18 points and five rebounds in the heartbreaking loss... UNH has lost all four overtime games played this season and ties the 1989-90 squad for most extra session games played in a single season...New Hampshire, who defeated the Maine Black Bears, 73-68, on January 6 look to sweep the season series. The Black Bears have won five-of-six and are led by Kevin Reed, who is averaging 13.8 points per game. The game will be televised on NESN and broadcasted by the UNHSN. The tip-off for Saturday (Feb. 3) is set for 3 p.m. in Lundholm Gymnasium.

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BURLINGTON, VTSenior co-captains Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) and Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) combined for 40 points and sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) tallied 18 points, but the New Hampshire Wildcats came up just short in two overtimes to America East leader the University of Vermont, 82-79, on Wednesday night at Patrick Gymnasium.
            UNH falls to 8-15, 4-6 AE, while Vermont improves to 16-6, and a league leading 8-1. The Wildcats lose for a fourth time in overtime this season and tie the 1989-90 team record for most overtimes played in a season.
            UNH was down early as the Catamounts built a 36-24 lead going into halftime. UNH, however, rallied in the second half to outscore the host team, 41-29.



 DURHAM, N.H. - The Wildcats rank third in scoring defense, while holding its opponents to just 65.0 points per game will look to shutdown sophomore guard Mike Trimboli and keep the conference’s leading rebounder Chris Holm off the glass to prevent any second chance scoring opportunities if they want to succeed against the Vermont Catamounts. The Wildcats rank last in offensive rebounds, while Vermont is first in both offensive and defensive categories. UNH will need to make shots, including from beyond the arc as the Wildcats boast the most three-pointers made in the America East with 172 to make up for size in the paint. UNH attempts to avenge a heartbreaking buzzer beating 62-60 loss to Vermont on January 9. The game will be televised on CN8 (channel 3 for the New Hampshire region) along with a radio bradcast by the UNHSN. The tip-off is set for a 7 p.m.
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DURHAM, N.H. – University of New Hampshire sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) registered 21 points, seven rebounds and four assists, but the Wildcats fell to defending America East champion, University at Albany, 71-64, on Sunday afternoon at Lundholm Gymnasium.
    The Wildcats drop their second straight league game and fall to 8-14, 4-5 AE, while the Great Danes improve to 14-7, 7-2 AE.
    UAlbany tallied four scorers in double digits, including America East Player of the Game Jamar Wilson’s game-high 23 points to pace the Great Danes. UAlbany came out hot in the first half of play and jumped out to an early 12-1 advantage. The Wildcats struggled out of the gate, but senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) kept the ‘Cats close by posting 11 first half points.



DURHAM, N.H. - After three straight wins, the Wildcats lost to UMBC, 45-44, in another heartbreaking ending on Thursday. Chris Pugh’s three-pointer with 2.2 seconds remaining enabled the Retrievers to end UNH’s three-game win streak.The Wildcats turned the ball over just six times, but shot only 25.0 percent from the field.UNH’s Blagoj Janev led all scorers with 17 points, while Radar Onguetou recorded his second career double-double (11 points, 12 rebounds) and sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs added 11 points in the loss.
    UAlbany and New Hampshire take to the court  for the 14th time. The Great Danes have won eight of the previous 13 matchups, including a 69-52 decision in the first encounter this season on Jan. 3 at SEFCU Arena. Jamar Wilson had 12 of his 20 points in the second half. UAlbany led 44-41 midway through the second half, but then broke the contest open with 13 of the game’s next 17 points. UNH’s Jermaine Anderson scored 18 and made four 3-pointers. The Wildcats won both 2005-06 regular-season games in overtime, but lost to the Great Danes in the semifinals of the America East Tournament.
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Baltimore, Md. – UMBC Sophomore guard Chris Pugh drilled a three pointer with three seconds remaining to lift the Retrievers past the University of New Hampshire Wildcats, 45-44, in America East men’s basketball action on Thursday at the Retriever Activities Center.

            UMBC improves to 8-13, 4-4 AE, while the ‘Cats fall to 8-13 and fall into a tie for fourth place the conference with the Retrievers at 4-4 AE.
            In what proved to be a defensive battle throughout the contest, the Retrievers ended UNH’s season-high three game winning streak with a trey from Pugh with just three ticks left on the clock. The Wildcats struggled and missed on a number of opportunities to put the game away down the stretch. The offensive struggles continued for UNH late in the second half en route to scoring just 21 second half points, shooting 7-of-26 (26 percent) for the half.



DURHAM, N.H. - New Hampshire posted a perfect 3-0 week, including two-straight road victories in three days... The Wildcats began the week with a 65-61 win over the Dartmouth Big Green as senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) calmly drained seven-straight foul shots in the final 36 seconds of play to help guide his team to the win... Freshman forward Radar Onguetou (Yaoundé,Cameroon) just missed his first career double-double at Dartmouth (11 rebounds, nine points), while senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) notched 15 points and six rebounds... The Wildcats defeated Binghamton, 75-72, to snap a three-game losing streak against the Bearcats... UNH was led by Anderson, who shot 8-of-8 at the charity stripe en route to scoring 15 points and dished out seven assists... Sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) delivered 16 points, four rebounds and three assists for the Wildcats.
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BOSTON – Senior guard Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) of the University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team was named America East Player of the Week as the co-captain averaged 16.7 points per game to pace the upstart Wildcats to three wins on the week.
    Anderson connected 23-of-25 from the charity stripe (92.0 percent), including a 7-of-7 effort in the final 36 seconds of play to lift UNH past intrastate rival Dartmouth College, 65-61, on January 16. Anderson’s clutch shooting also proved to be the difference makers in a 75-72 come-from-behind win at Binghamton on January 18 as the senior guard shot 8-of-8 at the foul line to fend off the Bearcats. Anderson poured in 50 points during the current three game winning streak, shooting at a 41.1 percent clip (14-of-34).



DURHAM, N.H. – University of New Hampshire sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) delivered a career-high 22 points with six rebounds to propel the Wildcats men’s basketball team past the Seawolves of Stony Brook University, 69-56, in America East action on Sunday afternoon at Lundholm Gymnasium.
    The Wildcats, who extended their winning streak to season-high three games, improve to 8-12 overall and climb to 4-3 in conference play, while the Seawolves fall to 7-12, 2-5 AE.
    After a back and forth first half of action and a halftime score that read 23 apiece, the Wildcats registered a season-high 46 second half points, led by the America East Player of the Game Gibbs’ and senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson’s (Beverly, Mass.) combined 26 point second half outburst as the Wildcats used an 18-5 run to open a 17 point lead (59-42) with just 4:10 remaining.



DURHAM, N.H. - UNH returns to home after posting two straight road games in three days...UNH used a 15-2 run in the second half of play led by the duo of Blagoj Janev and Jermaine Anderson’s combined 24 second half points to cap off UNH’s comeback in a thrilling 75-72 America East road win. Binghamton, led by Mike Gordon’s game-high 20 points led by as many as 15 points before falling to the Wildcats at the Events Center...UNH posted four scorers in double digits for the the first time this season...Freshman forward Dan McGeary notched 10 points, while sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs finished with 16 on the night.
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VESTAL, N.Y. – Senior captain Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) made four straight foul shots in the final 17 seconds and classmate Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) notched 14 second half points to lift the University of New Hampshire Wildcats past America East foe Binghamton University, 75-72, on Thursday night at the Events Center.
            The Wildcats win for the second straight contest as their record improves to 7-12 and 3-3 in conference play. The Bearcats slip to 9-10 and 2-5 in the America East. Janev, who shot 8-of-10 from the floor, was awarded America East honors for the eighth time this season.



DURHAM, N.H. - The Wildcats defeated intrastate rival Dartmouth College on January 16 by a score of 65-61. Jermaine Anderson posted 21 points, including a 7-of-7 performance from the charity stripe in the last 36 seconds of play. Senior Blagoj Janev notched 15 points and six rebounds, while freshman forward Radar Onguetou just missed his first career double-double (nine points, 11 rebounds). New Hampshire has won five of its last nine games.
   Binghamton holds a 7-3 all-time record when facing the New Hampshire Wildcats as the two programs meet for the 11th time. Binghamton swept a pair of games during the 2005-06 campaign. The Bearcats posted a 62-49 road win on January 5, 2006. Blagoj Janev tallied a team-high 12 points in the loss. Binghamton also came away with a 57-46 win on February 8, 2006. Junior forward Mike Christensen notched a team-high 14 points in the loss.

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HANOVER, N.H. – Senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) notched a game-high 21 points and six assists to send the University of New Hampshire Wildcats to a 65-61 victory over intrastate rival Dartmouth College on Tuesday at Leede Arena.
            UNH improves to 6-12 and wraps up the season’s non-conference scheduled with a 4-9 record. The Dartmouth College Big Green fall to 6-9 on the season.
            Anderson posted a clutch performance down the stretch for the visiting Wildcats as the senior guard notched seven straight foul shots with just 36 seconds to play to hold-off a second half charge from the Big Green. He was awarded America East Player of the Game for his efforts.



DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire Wildcats close out its 2006-07 non-conference slate with a road trip to Hanover, New Hampshire to take on Ivy League member Dartmouth College on Tuesday (Jan. 16) at 7 p.m.
    The Wildcats look to rebound from Saturday's tough 53-29 defeat to America East foe Boston University.  In what will be the 57th meeting in the New Hampshire  rivalry, the Big Green hold a slight 30-26 advantage in the all-time series. In last season’s contest, theWildcats came away with a home win against Dartmouth, 71-59. Seniors Jermaine Anderson and Blagoj Janev combined for 35 points and 14 rebounds to propel UNH to victory. Dartmouth was led by Leon Pattman’s 11 points and four rebounds, while  Michael Giovacchini added ten points. Dartmouth last defeated UNH during the 2004-05 campaign. The Big Green outlasted UNH by a score of 69-67.
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BOSTONThe University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team was outscored by a 12-2 margin with 13:06 to play in the first half by Boston University and the Terriers never looked back en route to a 53-29 America East victory at Case Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon.


DURHAM, N.H.- New Hampshire sophomore Tyrece Gibbs  notched a career-high 21 points to propel the Wildcats past the University of Hartford , 72-59, in America East action on Thursday night at Lundholm Gymnasium.
    Gibbs, who garnered America East Player of the Game honors scored a game-high 21points to go along with six rebounds to help UNH secure its second conference victory, while handing Hartford its first conference loss of the season. UNH also won its first home contest in Lundholm Gymnasium this season.Senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson delivered 10 first half points en route to scoring 15 on the night, including seven points at the charity stripe.UNH freshman forward Dan McGeary (Newton, Mass.) posted a solid outing by chipping in 13 points and a career-high six assists off the bench. Senior co-captain Blagoj Janev added nine points and six rebounds, while junior forward Brandon Odom started his first game of the season and posted seven points and three rebounds in the win.
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Durham, N.H. – University of New Hampshire (5-11, 2-2 AE) sophomore Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) notched a career-high 21 points to propel the Wildcats past the University of Hartford (8-7, 2-1 AE), 72-59, in America East action on Thursday night at Lundholm Gymnasium.
    UNH never trailed throughout the contest and came out firing right out of the gates to post a 15-2 run over the first 7:41 minutes of action on a three-point basket by Gibbs, who also posted a career-high five three-pointers. UNH held a comfortable 36-24 heading into the half. Senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) delivered 10 first half points en route to scoring 15 on the night, including seven points at the charity stripe.



DURHAM, N.H. - New Hampshire recently fell in heartbreaking fashion to Vermont on January 9 by a score of 62-60. Senior Blagoj Janev posted a career-high 31 points as he registered 11-of-11 from the field, while hitting 5-of-5 from the three-point land. Jermaine Anderson notched 12 points, while freshman big man Sam Herrick contributed four points in the loss. UNH has won three of its last six games, including a 73-68 road win over Maine on January 6.

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DURHAM, N.H. – University of Vermont forward Marqus Blakely drained a three-pointer in the final second of play to stun the University of New Hampshire Wildcats, 62-60, in America East action on Tuesday at Lundholm Gymnasium.
    The Wildcats fall to 4-11, 1-2 America East, while the Catamounts win their fifth straight, improving to 10-5, 2-0 in the conference.
    UNH senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) recorded a career day for the Wildcats and was awarded America East Player of the Game. The 6’8” forward shot an amazing 11-of-11 from the field, while also posting an impressive 5-of-5 effort from beyond the arc en route to scoring a career-high 31 points and six rebounds. Janev drilled three treys from downtown in the first four minutes of action.



DURHAM, N.H.- The Wildcats return home after completing a season-high eight game road trip. UNH posted a 3-5 record during the trip. The Wildcats have won three of its last five games, including a 73-68 win over Maine on January 6 to pick up its first America East win of the season. The win snapped a seven game losing streak against the Black Bears as junior forward Mike Christensen (Reston, Va./Flint Hill) posted a career-high 28 points to go along with six rebounds and four assists...senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia/Institute of Sport) and Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass./Phillips Exeter) each delivered 17 points apiece for the Wildcats.

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ORONO, MAINE – University of New Hampshire (4-10, 1-1 AE) junior forward Mike Christensen (Reston, Va.) posted a career-high 28 points with six rebounds to lift the Wildcats past the University of Maine (5-9, 0-2 AE),73-68, in America East action on Saturday played at Alfond Arena.
            Christensen was named America East Player of the Game for his efforts on the court. The Wildcats haven’t defeated their rivals since January 7, 2003 and the victory snapped an eight game losing streak against the Black Bears.



DURHAM, N.H. - New Hampshire most recently fell to the America East defending champion University at Albany, 69-52, on January 3, which was part of America East opening night. Senior captain Jermaine Anderson posted a team-high 18 points as the starting point guard drilled four three-pointers in the loss. Blagoj Janev scored 13 points en route to his tenth game of the season scoring in double digits, while junior forward Mike Christensen added 11 points on the night. The Wildcats participated in the Kent State Classic on December 29-30. UNH opened the tournament with a thrilling 65-64 victory over Elon in the first round as Janev poured in 22 points, while Anderson  posted six points, six assists and five rebounds. Anderson scored the winning basket with two seconds remaining when he raced down the full length of the court to put the ‘Cats into the title game on a drive to the basket. UNH suffered a tough 74-47 loss to the host team Kent State in the title game. Janev recorded a double-double (10 points, 11 rebounds) en route to being named to the all-tournament team. UNH’s season-high two game winning streak was snapped in the loss.

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Albany, N.Y. – Reigning America East Player of the Year Jamar Wilson notched a game-high 20 points to propel University at Albany (8-5, 1-0 AE) to a 69-52 victory over the New Hampshire Wildcats (3-10, 0-1 AE) in America East opening night action on Wednesday night played at SEFCU Arena.
         Senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) tallied a team-high 18 points, including a season-high four 3-pointers. Anderson drilled a trey from beyond the arc with no time remaining and sent the Wildcats to a 31-31 tie heading into halftime. Anderson shot 7-of-12 from the field and 4-of-7 from beyond the arc en route to being named America East Player of the Game.



DURHAM, N.H. - New Hampshire (3-9, 0-0 America East) registered a 1-1 record for the week...the Wildcats participated in the Kent State Classic this past weekend...UNH opened the tournament with a thrilling 65-64 victory over Elon in the first round as senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia/Australia Institute of Sport) poured in 22 points, while classmate Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass./Phillips Exeter) posted six points, six assists and five rebounds...Anderson scored the winning basket with two seconds remaining when he raced down the full length of the court to put the ‘Cats into the title game on a drive to the basket...UNH suffered a tough 74-47 loss to the host team Kent State in the title game...Janev recorded a double-double (10 points, 11 rebounds) en route to being named to the all-tournament team...UNH’s season-high two game winning streak was snapped in the loss...UNH enters conference play with its seventh straight road game as they take on defending conference champion University at Albany on Wednesday (Jan. 3) at 7:00 p.m....the Wildcats won two regular season games against Albany last season, but lost in the semifinal round in the America East Tournament ending their 2005-06 campaign with an overall record of 12-17...UNH remains on the road with a visit to the University of Maine on Saturday (Jan. 6) with the tip-off set for 7:00 p.m.
                                                   
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KENT, OHIO – The Kent State Golden Flashes used a 28-8 run to open the second half as senior guard Armon Gates and junior forward Mike Scott combined for 28 points to lead the Golden Flashes (7-5) past the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (3-9), 74-47, to capture the 2006 Kent State Classic Championship on Saturday night played at the MAC Center.
      UNH senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) tallied his second double-double of the season with 10 points along with a season-high11 rebounds. Janev was named to the Kent State Classic All-Tournament Team.



 KENT, Ohio – Senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) threaded the Elon University (2-8) defense with two seconds of play to lift the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (3-8) into the Kent State Tournament Championship and garner its second straight victory in a thrilling 65-64 victory at the MAC center on Friday.
           



DURHAM, N.H. - New Hampshire registered a 1-1 record for the week... UNH fell to a scrappy Northeastern squad, 51-41, at Solomon Court on December 18 as senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia/Australia Institute of Sport) posted 16 points and eight rebounds, while junior forward Mike Christensen (Reston, Va./Flint Hill) chipped in seven points and six rebounds... UNH snapped a four game losing streak on Friday when they defeated defending Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) champion Iona College by an impressive 67-52 margin... UNH tallied four scorers in double digits as seniors Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass./Phillips Exeter) and Janev combined for 24 points and nine rebounds, while Christensen notched a team-high 15 points... For the game, UNH shot a season best 14-of-19 from the charity stripe (73.7 percent) and the defense caused 16 Iona turnovers... The Wildcats connected on 9-of-23 (39.1 percent) from beyond the arc as they halt a four-game losing streak and record their second road win of the season.

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DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire Wildcats (2-8) posted four scorers in double-digits en route to defeating defending Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) champion Iona College (0-10), 67-52, in non-conference men’s basketball action played at the Hynes Athletic Center on Friday night.
            The Wildcats were led by senior captains Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) and Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) who combined for 24 points and nine rebounds. Janev, who was named the America East Player of the Game, posted an all-around effort with 13 points, four rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks. Anderson shot a perfect 5-of-5 at the charity stripe as the senior guard tallied 11 points and four assists in the victory.



DURHAM, N.H. - The New Hampshire Wildcats and Iona Gaels meet for the first time. Iona danced in the March Madness Tournament last season when they defeated St. Peters, 80-61, to capture the MAAC Chamionship before falling to eventual Final Four member LSU Tigers, 80-64, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Gaels, however, are still in search of their first win of the season. The Wildcats hope to close 2006 out with a non-conference road win before participating in the Kent State Tournament on December 28.

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    BOSTON Northeastern guards Adrian Martinez and Bobby Kelly combined for 29 points to lead the Huskies (3-6) past the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (1-8), 51-41 in non-conference men’s basketball action played on Solomon Court.
    Senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) recorded 16 points and eight rebounds to lead all scorers en route to scoring in double digits for the sixth time this season and was named America East Player of the Night for his efforts.

 




DURHAM, N.H. - The rivalry is renewed after a rare year off from competitive play.  The last time these two teams met came on February 24, 2005 when the Huskies defeated the Wildcats, 88-65, in Boston, Massachusetts. Jermaine Anderson posted eight points and Blagoj Janev tallied 13 points in the loss. Northeastern was led by Jose Juan Bara, who is currently a member of the Dallas Mavericks and Marcus Barnes as the duo combined for 47 points.

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PISCATAWAY, N.J. – University of New Hampshire junior forward Mike Christensen (Reston, Va.) delivered a game-high 22 points to go along with eight rebounds as the Wildcats (1-7) fell just short of a comeback to Big East member Rutgers (3-5), 55-48, in men’s basketball action played at Louis Brown Athletic Center on Wednesday night.



      The Wildcats and Scarlet Knights last faced each other back on January 4, 1982 with the Scarlet Knights handing UNH  a 65-51 loss. The inaugural meeting came during the 1978-79 season when Rugters recorded an 83-73 victory. Both games were played at Rutgers.
      Wildcat senior point guard Jermaine Anderson leads the team in scoring,  averaging 16.0 points per game. Anderson netted 13 points and tallied seven assists in a loss to Long Island on Saturday. Sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs is the only Wildcat to appear in the starting lineup through all seven games, averaging 9.7 points and 23-of-58 (39.7%)  from the floor. Senior Blagoj Janev is second on the team in scoring (13.0 ppg) and is coming off an 18 point performance against Long Island.
    For Rutgers, sophomore forward Jaron Griffin led the Scarlet Knights with a career-high 16 points, shooting 4-of-5 from behind the three-point arc, tying a career-high for three-point field goals made in a 75-73 victory over Nebraska.  Senior forward Frank Russell  also enjoyed a career day, coming off the bench to register career-bests in points (11) and rebounds (10). Senior guard Marquis Webb and Inman also scored in double-digits, as Webb scored 13 points and JR Inman chipped in 12 points.

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BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Senior guard James Williams scored 21 points and led the Long Island University Blackbirds past the University of New Hampshire Wildcats, 70-62, in overtime during a Saturday afternoon non-conference men’s basketball clash at the Athletic and Rec Center.
    Long Island improves to 3-4 overall while New Hampshire loses its second straight to fall to 1-6 overall.


DURHAM, N.H. - The first meeting between these two programs was an instant classic as the Blackbirds came away with a thrilling 59-56 victory over the Wildcats. UNH’s senior co-captain Blagoj Janev delivered a game-high 16 points to go along with six rebounds. Junior forward Brandon Odom notched a career-high 12 points and three rebounds, while Mike Christensen added five points in the losing effort.
    Long Island registered its first victory of the 2005-06 campaign with the win as Paska Morkeliunas posted 16 points and Randy Jones recorded 12 points in the win.
    UNH shot 37.1% for the game, while LIU shot 44%. UNH held the 35-31 advantage in rebounds and had less turnovers, but  LIU posted one more trey from beyond the arc, which was one of the major factors as both teams played an even style of basketball.

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DURHAM, N.H. – Senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) posted a game-high 28 points with nine assists and sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) registered his first career double-double, but it wasn’t enough as the University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team fell to Harvard, 83-81, in an overtime thriller played at Lundholm Gymnasium on Wednesday night.
    The Wildcats drop to 1-5 on the season, while the Crimson climb to 3-3.
In a game that featured 13 ties and 12 lead changes, the Crimson capitalized on two key UNH turnovers during the extra stanza. Gibbs, who finished the night with ten points and ten rebounds, drilled a 3-pointer with 3:10 remaining. Harvard’s Drew Housman, however, tied the score up at 76 apiece with a trey of his own from beyond the arc with 2:59 on the clock. The two teams exchanged three pointers in the closing minute as junior forward Mike Christensen (Reston, Va.) nailed a shot from beyond the arc to put the ‘Cats up 81-78 with 1:32 to go.



DURHAM, N.H. - New Hampshire enters the win column with a 64-59 win over Quinnipiac University on Sunday as senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia/Australia Institute of Sport) posted a game-high 23 points to go along with five rebounds as he became the 24th Wildcat in UNH men’s basketball history to reach 1,000 career points...With the victory on Sunday, head coach Bill Herrion notched his 250th career win as a head coach... UNH shot 37.8% for the game as junior forward Mike Christensen (Reston, Va./Flint Hill) registered 16 points and a team-high eight rebounds, while senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass./Phillips Exeter) scored eight points and delivered four rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots... UNH avenged last season’s heartbreaking 64-62 loss to the Bobcats with the victory...As a team, the Wildcats posted a season-high 35 rebounds and shot 21-of-28 from the charity stripe (75%). The Wildcats open the month of December with a road game against Long Island University on Saturday (Dec. 2) at 4:00 p.m.

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DURHAM, N.H. – Senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) registered a game-high 23 points in Sunday’s 64-59 win over Quinnipiac en route to reaching 1,000 career points.
    Janev became the 24th player in the history of the men’s basketball program to achieve such an accomplishment. Janev leads the team in scoring and rebounding; averaging 13.8 points and 5.2 rebounds per game respectively. Janev has compiled 1,006 career points for the Wildcats.



HAMDEN, CONN. – Senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) delivered a game-high 23 points to lead the University of New Hampshire (1-4) Wildcats over Quinnipiac University (3-2), 64-59, in non-conference men’s basketball action on Sunday at Burt Kahn Court.
    With the victory, head coach Bill Herrion reaches 250 career wins in his 16th season as a head coach. The Wildcats also registered its first win of the season and avenged last season’s heartbreaking 64-62 loss to the Bobcats.



DURHAM, N.H. - The last time these two teams met came on November 19, 2005 with the Bobcats outlasting the Wildcats, 64-62 at the Bobcats home court. Senior Blagoj Janev posted a team-high 17 points to go along with two rebounds, while junior forward Mike Christensen tallied nine points in the loss. The Bobcats were led by forward Chris Wehye’s 17 points, while  Adam Gonazlez registered 11 points and three boards for their first win of the season.
   
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MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa.-  Senior co-captain Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) and sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) each posted 13 points apiece, but it wasn’t enough as the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (0-4) fell to Robert Morris University (3-0), 77-64, in non-conference men’s basketball action played at the Sewall Center on Tuesday night.
    The Wildcats offense was in rhythm to open play up in the first stanza as Gibbs, who was named America East “Player of the Night,” fired a 3-pointer to open the scoring 3-0 in favor of the Wildcats. The Colonials used a 19-9 run in the following minutes to hold a 19-12 lead with 13:29 remaining. Senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) drained a trey from beyond the arc to keep the Wildcats close, while finishing the night with eight points and two boards. UNH freshman forward Radar Onguetou (Yaoundé, Cameroon) then converted a three-point play to bring the ‘Cats and Colonials even at 27 apiece with 6:03 remaining.



DURHAM, N.H. – Central Connecticut guards Javier Mojica and Tristan Blackwood combined for 55 points as the Blue Devils (1-3) defeated the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (0-3), 73-66, in non-conference action played at Lundholm Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon.
    In a game that featured six lead changes and four ties, both teams shot the ball well on the offensive end as the Blue Devils shot 23-of-50 (46%) while the Wildcats shot 25-of51 (49%) in the contest.
    Mojica led CCSU’s scoring charge throughout the game, including 15 first half points to lead his team to a 37-34 advantage at the half. Wildcat senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) notched eight first half points en route to compiling 13 points and six rebounds.



DURHAM, N.H. – Men’s basketball head coach Bill Herrion announced today two players have signed National Letters of Intent during the early signing period to attend UNH and play for the men’s basketball program beginning in the 2007-08 academic year.



DURHAM, N.H. – After two straight losses to open the 2006-07 men’s basketball campaign, the University of New Hampshire Wildcats turns its attention to Central Connecticut State University for a 12:00 noon match up in Lundholm Gymnasium on Saturday, November 18.
    Both teams enter the contest with winless records. The Blue Devils (0-3) and Wildcats (0-2) are playing for the fifth time in the history of the two programs. CCSU holds a 3-1 advantage in the series, but the teams have not met since the 1999-2000 season when CCSU won 87-65 at home. The Blue Devils have won two straight in the series, the only two meetings vs. UNH by head coach Howie Dickenman. They also won 88-76 in the second game of the 1998-99 season.  Former UNH head coach Gibb Chapman led the Wildcats past CCSU, 97-82, for the program’s lone win against the Blue Devils.

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DURHAM, N.H. – Franklin Pierce senior guard Darryl Minnifield posted a team-high 17 points to lead the Ravens (1-0) past the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (0-2), 70-69, in an overtime thriller played at Lundholm Gymnasium on Monday night.
    The Ravens scored first in the extra stanza on a jumper by Nazim Senaldi to capture the momentum. After a crucial free throw miss by Raven guard Jack Barrett, UNH stormed down the court and sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) drilled a 3-pointer to bring the Cats’ to a 68-67 disadvantage. Gibbs finished the night with 14 points and two rebounds. Senaldi, who tallied 12 points on the night, registered a clutch free throw to put the Ravens up 70-67 with 7 seconds left in the contest. Junior guard Jude Roybal (Albuquerque, N.M.) raced down the court and double-pumped a long distance shot that went through the net as time expired, but it was just shy of a credited 3-pointer.



DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team attempts to get back into the win column when they play host to intrastate foe and Division II affiliate Franklin Pierce College on Monday (Nov. 13) for the Wildcats regular season home opener in Lundholm Gymnasium. The game is set for a 7:00 p.m.
    Wildcat sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) notched a team-high 11 points with three steals in an 86-47 loss to the No. 15th ranked Boston College Eagles on Friday night. UNH freshman guard Dan McGeary (Boston, Mass.) tallied six first half points en route to scoring a career-high eight points.
            Senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) posted eight points along with five rebounds, while junior forward Mike Christensen (Reston, Va.) registered eight points and four rebounds. Freshman forward Seth Price (Grove City, Ohio) notched four points and five rebounds in his collegiate debut.
    The Wildcats return for its second home contest of the season on Saturday (Nov. 18) when they host Central Connecticut State University at 12:00 noon.

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CHESTNUT HILL, MASS.Senior forward Jared Dudley and freshman forward Shamari Spears combined for 42 points to lead the No. 15Boston College Eagles (1-0) past the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (0-1), 86-47, on Friday night in non-conference action played at Silvio O. Conte Forum.
            Wildcat sophomore guard Tyrece Gibbs (Brockton, Mass.) notched a team-high 11 points with three steals on the night and delivered two key 3-pointers early in the contest to put the ‘Cats up 11-8. The Eagles, however, stormed back into the game with a 14-0 run as they finished the half shooting 13-of-27 (48.1%). UNH freshman guard Dan McGeary (Boston, Mass.) tallied six first half points en route to scoring a career-high eight points for the game as the Wildcats shot 9-of-29 from the field (31%) in the first half, entering halftime down 42-24.



     DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team kicks off the 2006-07 campaign with a non-conference match against No. 15 Boston College Eagles on Friday night in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.
It’s an exciting time in Durham as the program is back in the forefront on campus. The University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team is experiencing resurgence in its program and the basketball faithful have returned with hopes of New Hampshire making a strong push for a conference championship title.

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     DURHAM, N.H. – Senior co-captain Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) posted a game-high 23 points along with three rebounds to lead the University of New Hampshire Wildcats past Merrimack College, 66-57, in non-conference exhibition play on Tuesday night in Lundholm Gymnasium.
    The Wildcats and Warriors headed into halftime with the score even at 27 apiece before UNH came out firing on all cylinders early in the second half with a 14-0 run. Junior forward Mike Christensen (Reston, Va.) posted three of his seven points during the run to bring the score to 48-35. The opening minutes of the second half proved to be the difference maker as UNH shot 15-of-28 (54%) in the second stanza. Christensen also posted a game-high 10 rebounds.


     BOSTON – The America East conference announced Wednesday that the University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team was picked fourth in the preseason poll as voted on by the conference’s coaches.
    UNH will be looking to improve upon last season’s 12-17 record which was their best mark since the 1995 season.  The Wildcats were bounced from the America East Tournament in the semifinal round by eventual America East Champion, University at Albany.



    DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team will open the season with an exhibition match-up against Merrimack College on Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. at Lundholm Gymnasium.  The exhibition is open to the public and is free to attend.



    DURHAM, N.H. – University of New Hampshire head coach Bill Herrion announced the regular season schedule for the upcoming men’s basketball season. 
    New Hampshire will host Northeast-10 Merrimack College to an exhibition match at Lundholm Gymnasium on November 7 before opening the regular season at Boston College on November 10. 
    New Hampshire will spend December away from Durham facing Long Island, Rutgers, Northeastern, and Iona and will participate at the Kent State Tournament.
    The Wildcats begin conference play at University at Albany on January 3 in what should be a big match up after two regular season wins against the Great Danes last season.  Albany will return to Durham on January 28.



DURHAM, N.H. - University of New Hampshire men’s basketball head coach Bill Herrion has named senior guard Jermaine Anderson (Beverly, Mass.) and senior forward Blagoj Janev (Sydney, Australia) as co-captains for the upcoming 2006-07 campaign, it was announced on Wednesday.
“We are certainly thrilled to have Blagoj and Jermaine as our captains for the 2006-07 season. We’re looking forward to their leadership and experience, particularly with our younger players as we continue to build our program at UNH,” said coach Herrion.



The Wildcats will open their regular season at nearby Boston College on November 10 before hosting their first home game of the season against Central Connecticut State University. During the season, they will head out on the road to play other local schools such as interstate rival Dartmouth College, Harvard University, former America East member Northeastern University as well as Quinnipiac University.




Day one will consist of a day full of golf as the UNH Men’s Basketball Golf Classic will consist of an 18-hole championship based on a scramble format. The site of the tournament will be held on The Links at Outlook Country Club in South Berwick, Maine. Immediately following the tournament there will be a cash bar, hors d’oeuvres, dinner and awards presentation. On Saturday, members will receive a complimentary ticket to the UNH vs. Stony Brook football home opener at noon.




"Jamaal felt it was in his best interest to finish his career at another school," said Herrion.


The "Wildcat Day Camp", which is for boys and girls from grades 2-9 will take place on July 31 through Aug. 4 in Lundholm Gymnasium at the UNH Field House. For more information please call Liz McAllister (603) 862-2838, e-mail at unh.hoops@unh.edu., or sign up in person.


Space is still available for upcoming men’s basketball summer camps at the University of New Hampshire.


The National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) has selected its 2005-2006 award winners and the University of New Hampshire received the top honor in Group II in the Season Ticket Sales Campaign category with their campaign to package the 2005-2006 men’s and women’s basketball season tickets at $25 guaranteed for three years.




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