MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Keene State is a mainstay in Division 3's Little East Conference. However, its dominance was challenged last season as it dropped a number of conference games as the season went on, including a historic loss to Western Connecticut in the league semifinals.
COVID protocols ravaged the Owls’ roster in 2021. Looking ahead, a strong recruiting class and some key returnees have coach Mark Theriault’s squad poised to bounce back.
Keene State traveled to the center of the state to take on D-2 SNHU and the UNH club team for its fall ball scrimmage date this past weekend. The Owls came away with two unofficial victories and looked much improved over last year’s team.
For every minor deficiency, there was another aspect of the team that popped up to compensate.