The Northeast-10 Conference postseason didn’t go Southern New Hampshire’s way, but the Penmen turned things around when the games meant the most and will represent the East Region at the Division 2 College World Series for the second time in program history and first since 2012.
SNHU is 39-15 on the season and 20-3 in its last 23 contests following Monday’s 6-0 win over defending East Regional champion and No. 17 nationally-ranked Saint Thomas Aquinas. It will take on 48-9 Augustana (S.D.) to open World Series play Saturday at 3 p.m., from the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, N.C.