Sled hockey player behind goal

At the Top of Their Game

The U.S. Paralympic sled hockey team celebrated a gold medal four-peat at the Paralympic Winter Games earlier this month, and no college had more representation in Beijing – among all U.S. Paralympian athletes, let alone those on the sled hockey roster – than the University of New Hampshire. Read More

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