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2008 GAME-BY-GAME VILLANOVA 24 UNH 13

UNH 52 UMASS 21

Game Nine • November 8, 2008 Villanova Stadium - Villanova, Pa.

Game 10 • November 15, 2008 Cowell Stadium - Durham, N.H.

UNH (7-2) VILLANOVA (7-2) UNH- 1 VU-2 UNH-2 VU-2 UNH-3 VU-4 VU-4

04:18 12:28 09:31 06:17 06:53 08:56 01:33

7 0

3 14

3 0

0 10

- -

13 24

Simpson 3 yd run (Bishop kick) Young 3 yd run (Marcoux kick) Bishop 36 yd field goal Harvey 5 yd pass from Whitney (Marcoux kick) Bishop 23 yd field goal Atkinson 17 yd run (Marcoux kick) Marcoux 35 yd field goal

UNH (8-2, 5-2) UMASS (6-5, 3-4) UNH- 1 UNH- 1 UNH- 1 UNH- 1 UNH- 2 UMASS-2 UNH- 2 UNH- 3 UMASS-3 UMASS-4 UNH- 4

13:34 9:30 7:31 2:43 13:10 9:20 :59 8:34 :23 10:38 7:46

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

TEAM STATISTICS UNH 15 34/50 264 18-28-0 314 3/50.7 3/1 9/54

14 7

7 7

7 7

- -

52 21

Bishop 46 yd field goal Parent 100 INT return (Bishop kick) Toman 43 yd run (Bishop kick) Kackert 48 yd run (Bishop kick) Kackert 30 yd pass from Toman (Bishop kick) Zardas 1 yd run (Cuko kick) Jeannot 77 yd pass from Toman (Bishop kick) Boyle 20 yd pass from Toman (Bishop kick) Silver 1 yd pass from Coen (Cuko kick) Nelson 3 yd run (Cuko kick) Jeannot 15 yd pass from Toman (Bishop kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING UNH - Robert Simpson 12-53 yds, 1 TD PASSING UNH - R.J. Toman 18-28-0 254 yds RECEIVING UNH -Mike Boyle 5-101 yds

First Downs.......................................... Rushes/Yardage................................. Passing Yardage................................. Pass Comp./Att./INT.......................... Total Offense....................................... Punts/Average.................................... Fumbles/Lost...................................... Penalties/Yards...................................

24 0

RUSHING UNH - Robert Simpson 28-125 yds PASSING UNH - R.J. Toman 10-18-0, 295 yds, 4 TD RECEIVING UNH - Mike Boyle 4-147, 1 TD

VU 22 46/222 120 13/18/1 342 3/31.0 2/1 0/0

VILLANOVA, PA.--Wide receiver Phil Atkinson scored with 8:56 to play on a 17-yard run after a long pitch by quarterback Chris Whitney to lead No. 6 Villanova to a 24-13 victory over the University of New Hampshire on Saturday. UNH sophomore quarterback R.J. Toman (Mission Viejo, Calif.) completed 18 of 28 passes for 264 yards and no interceptions and senior wide receiver Mike Boyle (Plymouth, N.H.) had five catches for 101 yards on the day to lead the ‘Cats. Leading UNH in rushing was senior running back Robert Simpson (Brockton, Mass.) with 12 carries for 53 yards and one TD. The UNH defense continued to create turnovers for the third straight week as junior linebacker Sean Ware (Bristol, Conn.) picked off a pass by Chris Whitney and returned the ball 26 yards to the Villanova 34 yard line. On the ensuing drive, senior running back Simpson ran the ball in three yards for the touchdown at 4:18 of the first quarter to give UNH a 7-0 lead following the PAT by senior placekicker/punter Tom Bishop (Newfield, N.Y.). Also playing well during the drive was junior running back Chad Kackert (Simi Valley, Calif.) who was making a return from a shoulder injury. Villanova answered in its first drive of the second quarter when quarterback Antwon Young ran it in from three yards out with 12:28 to play in the first half. After the PAT the contest was tied 7-7. UNH drove the ball to the 19 yard line to set up a 36 yard field goal by Bishop that gave UNH a 10-7 advantage with 9:31 left in the second quarter. The field capped an 8-play, 53-yard drive that took 2:57 off the clock. Villanova took the lead at 5:17 of the second quarter on a 5 yard pass play from Young to wide receiver Brandyn Harvey and Villanova took a four-point lead, 14-10. The TD pass capped an impressive 9-play 69 yard drive using 4:06 off the clock and that was the score as both teams headed into their respective lockerrooms at the half. UNH opened up the third quarter with a long, sustained drive of 14 plays for 68 yards (8:07 TOP) that featured several good runs by Simpson and Kackert and tremendous 21 yard reception by sophomore Terrance Fox (Piscataway, N.J.). Bishop then booted a 23-yard field goal, his second of the day, to cut the Villanova lead to one, 14-13 with 6:53 to play in the third quarter.

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs.......................................... Rushes/Yardage................................. Passing Yardage................................. Pass Comp./Att./INT.......................... Total Offense....................................... Punts/Average.................................... Fumbles/Lost...................................... Penalties/Yards...................................

UNH 22 54/326 295 10/18/0 621 4/29.5 3/2 8/75

UMASS 19 29/166 211 22/41/4 377 6/49.7 0/0 5/25

DURHAM, N.H. – Matt Parent (Long Beach, Calif.) recorded six tackles, two fumble recoveries and a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown to lead the 13th-ranked University of New Hampshire football team to Saturday afternoon’s 52-21 CAA victory against 22nd-ranked University of Massachusetts on Senior Day at Cowell Stadium. UNH improves to 8-2 overall and 5-2 in the CAA while UMass is now 6-5, 3-4. Parent was named the recipient of the 23rd Annual Bill Knight Award, which is presented to the most outstanding player in the game between these programs. He is the third defensive player to earn the award. The Wildcats’ defense forced six turnovers and five three-and-outs in 15 Minutemen possessions. UNH’s balanced offense amassed 326 rushing yards and 295 passing yards for a total of 621 yards. R.J. Toman (Mission Viejo, Calif.) completed 10 of 18 attempts for 295 yards and four touchdowns; he also had a 43-yard rushing TD and 61 yards on the ground. Mike Boyle (Plymouth, N.H.) had four receptions for 147 yards and one TD, and he also had two carries for 42 yards. Chris Jeannot (Moon Township, Pa.) caught two passes – both for scores – for 92 yards. Robert Simpson (Brockton, Mass.) was UNH’s top rusher with 125 yards on 23 carries. Chad Kackert (Simi Valley, Calif.) scored once on the ground and once through the air and had a total of 128 yards (86 rushing, 42 receiving). For UMass, Tony Nelson went over 1,000 yards on the season during his 24carry, 154-yard effort. Liam Cruz had nine receptions for 80 yards as the top target for Liam Coen, who was 22-for-41 for 211 yards, one TD and four interceptions. Defensively, Jeromy Miles was credited with a game-high 18 tackles. Sparked by Parent’s 100-yard interception return, UNH raced out to a 24-0 lead in the first quarter. The Wildcats took a 3-0 lead on a Tom Bishop (Newfield, N.Y.) career-long 46-yard field goal at 13:34. On the subsequent UMass possession, the Minutemen faced 3rd-and-goal at the UNH 6 and Coen’s pass intended for Joe Sanford was deflected at the goal line by Dino Vasso (Crum Lynne, Pa.). Parent caught the ball and, surrounded by a fleet of blockers, rumbled down the left sideline for the TD at 9:30. New Hampshire’s defense immediately gained the ball back on a Devon Jackson (Williamstown, N.J.) interception that gave the ‘Cats possession at the UM 43.

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2008 GAME-BY-GAME UNH 29 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 20

UNH 28 MAINE 24

Game 12 • November 29, 2008 McAndrew Stadium - Carbondale, Ill.

Game 11 • November 22, 2008 Alfond Stadium - Orono, Maine UNH (9-2, 6-2) ME (8-4, 5-3) UNH- 1 ME- 1 ME- 1 UNH- 2 ME- 3 UNH- 3 ME- 3 UNH- 4

12:57 5:23 1:05 14:18 9:57 8:16 2:42 3:27

7 10

7 0

7 14

7 0

- -

28 24

UNH (10-2) SIU (9-3) SIU- 1 UNH- 1 SIU- 2 UNH- 2 SIU- 2 UNH- 2 UNH- 2 UNH- 3 UNH- 3 SIU- 4 UNH- 4

Kackert 46 yd run (Bishop kick) Brown 3 yd run (Waxman kick) Waxman 30 yd field goal Kackert 18 yd run (Bishop kick) Brusko 1 yd run (Waxman kick) Boyle 29 yd pass from Toman (Bishop kick) Fluellen 3 yd run (Waxman kick) Boyle 22 yd pass from Toman (Bishop kick)

8:18 4:41 14:19 12:50 4:28 2:34 :26 2:46 :34 12:57 2:13

UNH 15 42/163 127 6-12-1 290 6/30.0 1/1 10/103

10 0

3 7

- -

29 20

Dougherty 47 yd field goal Bishop 27 yd field goal Dougherty 30 yd field goal Bishop 35 yd field goal Dieker 1 yd run (Dougherty kick) Bishop 28 yd field goal Toman 2 yd run (Bishop kick) Bishop 3 yd field goal Clements 26 yd return blocked punt (Bishop kick) Harruff 30 yd pass from Dieker (Dougherty kick) Bishop 32 yd field goal

RUSHING UNH - Chad Kackert 16-50 yds PASSING UNH - R.J. Toman 16-32-3, 257 yds, 0 TD RECEIVING UNH - Mike Boyle 7-131 yds

RUSHING UNH - Chad Kackert 12-89 yds, 2 TD PASSING UNH - R.J. Toman 6-12-1, 127 yds, 2 TD RECEIVING UNH - Mike Boyle 3-55 yds, 2 TD

First Downs.......................................... Rushes/Yardage................................. Passing Yardage................................. Pass Comp./Att./INT.......................... Total Offense....................................... Punts/Average.................................... Fumbles/Lost...................................... Penalties/Yards...................................

13 10

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

TEAM STATISTICS

3 3

TEAM STATISTICS

ME 14 47/134 98 6-17-2 232 5/41.4 2/1 6/75

ORONO, Maine -- Trailing 24-21 with under four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, the No. 11 University of New Hampshire football team scored with 3:27 remaining and held on to capture a 28-24 win over the University of Maine on Saturday afternoon at a cold, snow-covered Alfond Stadium. The Wildcats captured the Colonial Athletic Association’s (CAA) North Division Regular Season title, the Brice-Cowell Musket and have solidified their chances for a fifth-straight trip to the NCAA FCS Tournament. UNH will await its placement in the NCAA field, which will be announced during the selection show on Sunday night (7 p.m.) live on ESPNU. The game-winning touchdown came on a 22-yard strike from R.J. Toman (Mission Viejo, Calif.) to Mike Boyle (Plymouth, N.H.) at 3:27 in the fourth quarter, which gave the Wildcats a 28-24 lead that they never relinquished.The score proved to be the only tally of the quarter as the Black Bears had a pair of chances with the football in the final three minutes, but both drives were foiled by interceptions by Terrence Klein (Westwood, N.J.). UNH improves to 9-2, its best regular-season finish since 2005 (11-2), and captures the CAA North title with a 6-2 mark. The Wildcats retain possession of the coveted Brice-Cowell Musket, awarded to the winner of the UNH-Maine game, for the six-straight year. All-and-all, New Hampshire holds the Granite Bowl (via a win over Dartmouth), the Bill Knight Award (via a win over Massachusetts) and the Brice-Cowell Musket. Chad Kackert (Simi Valley, Calif.) had 12 carries for 89 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Boyle and Toman connected twice for the other two UNH scored. Towan finished 6-of-12 for 127 yards and two TD passes despite the cold and snowy conditions, while Boyle was the team’s leading receiver with three catches for 55 yards. Maine’s Michael Brusko was 6-of-15 for 98 yards and a pair of late interceptions, but was the team’s leading rusher with 18 carries for 65 yards and a touchdown. Jhamal Fluellen had 14 rushes for 33 yards and a score, while Pushaun Brown had 16 yards and a score.

First Downs.......................................... Rushes/Yardage................................. Passing Yardage................................. Pass Comp./Att./INT.......................... Total Offense....................................... Punts/Average.................................... Fumbles/Lost...................................... Penalties/Yards...................................

UNH 15 39/127 257 16/32/3 384 4/46.0 2/1 6/56

SIU 21 43/167 169 19/39/2 336 6/30.2 1/1 5/45

CARBONDALE, Ill.— Senior kicker Tom Bishop (Newfield, N.Y.) booted a career-high five field goals to lead the University of New Hampshire football team to a 29-20 NCAA FCS First-Round victory at Southern Illinois on Saturday at McAndrew Stadium. UNH, which will travel to play at No. 3 seed Northern Iowa, on Sat., Dec. 6 advances to the NCAA quarterfinals for the fourth time in the last five years. Southern Illinois took the early lead on a long, 12-play, 68-yard drive when Kyle Dougherty booted a 47-yard field goal through the uprights at 8:23 of the first quarter. The Wildcats tied the game at 4:41 of the first quarter when Bishop capped a 12-play 72 yard drive with a 27 yard field goal to knot the contest at 3-3. Dougherty came out on the field again at 14:19 of the second quarter and booted his second field goal of the day, a 30-yarder to give the Salukis a 6-3 advantage. A 52 yard kickoff return by senior John Clements (Hammonton, N.J.) gave UNH the football on the Southern Illinois 37 yard line and UNH drove to the 17 yard line where Bishop kicked his second field goal of the game at 12:50 of the second quarter, a 35 yarder to tie the contest 6-6. An R.J. Toman pass was intercepted at the UNH 12 yard line and Saluki quarterback Chris Dieker scored on a 1 yard run to give the home team a 13-6 advantage with 4:28 left to play before the half. After a 45 yard return by junior Chad Kackert (Simi Valley, Calif.), Bishop booted his third field goal of the afternoon, a 28-yarder with 2:34 remaining before the half to cut the Southern Illinois lead to 13-9. UNH put together an amazing 44-second, 80 yard drive in the waning seconds of the first half, including a 54-yard pass play from Toman to senior wide receiver Mike Boyle (Plymouth, N.H.). The drive ended with back-to-back rushing attempts by Toman, including a 2 yard TD run with 26 seconds remaining, giving the Wildcats a 16-13 advantage heading into the lockerroom. UNH took the ball on the UNH 30 yard line after the first Saluki drive of the second half ended with a missed 47 yard field goal, however a pass from Toman to Boyle was deflected and intercepted on the UNH 42 yard line.

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2008 GAME-BY-GAME UNH 34 UNI 36 Game 13 • December 6, 2008 UNI Dome - Cedar Falls, Iowa UNH (10-3) UNI (11-3) UNI- 1 UNH- 1 UNI- 1 UNI-1 UNH- 2 UNH- 2 UNI- 2 UNI- 2 UNH- 2 UNI- 3 UNI- 3 UNH- 4

10:47 7:56 4:32 :53 11:40 9:54 7:14 3:31 :00 12:42 2:26 12:20

7 12

20 14

0 10

7 0

- -

34 36

Grace 14 yd run (Hallgren kick) Kackert 17 yd run (Bishop kick) Safety Hallgren 45 yd field goal Fox 67 yd pass from Toman (Bishop kick failed) Toman 9 yd run (Bishop kick) Lewis 1 yd run (Hallgren kick) Grace 5 yd run (Hallgren kick) Clements 100 yd INT return (Bishop kick) Hallgren 35 yd field goal McMoore 36 yd INT return (Hallgren kick) Simpson 1 yd run (Bishop kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING UNH - Chad Kackert 37 yds, 1 TD PASSING UNH - R.J. Toman 16-30-4, 243 yds, 1 TD RECEIVING UNH - Scott Sicko 6-86 yds

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs.......................................... Rushes/Yardage................................. Passing Yardage................................. Pass Comp./Att./INT.......................... Total Offense....................................... Punts/Average.................................... Fumbles/Lost...................................... Penalties/Yards...................................

UNH 17 38/99 243 16/30/4 342 5/30.8 2/2 4/20

UNI 19 40/141 263 19/30/1 404 5/36.2 2/2 6/72

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — A 36-yard interception return by Terrell McMoore in the third quarter proved to be the difference as No. 4 Northern Iowa escaped with a 36-34 win over the 10th-ranked University of New Hampshire football team in Saturday night’s NCAA FCS Championship quarterfinal action at UNI Dome. The Wildcats, who have advanced to the quarterfinal round four times during their current streak of five-straight tournament appearances, ends the 2008 season with a 10-3 mark, while UNI, which advances to play Richmond in the national semifinals, improves to 12-2. UNI was driving late in the third quarter and went for it on fourth down at the UNH 37 and senior linebacker Sean Ware (Bristol, Conn.) stuffed the play to give the Wildcats the football on downs. However, R.J. Toman (Mission Viejo, Calif.) attempted to pass across the field, but it was intercepted and returned by McMoore to give UNI a 36-27 advantage with 2:26 left in the third quarter. The Wildcats responded down 10 as Toman completed a huge 34-yard pass to Mike Boyle (Plymouth, N.H.) to give UNH the ball at the UNI 1-yard line and senior running back Robert Simpson (Brockton, Mass.) completed the scoring drive to cut the Northern Iowa lead to just two points (36-34) with 12:20 to play in the contest. UNH would have two offensive possessions in which they were unable to capitalize. The first drive of eight-plays 36 yards ended in a De’Veon Harris interception, while UNH’s final touch ended with a turnover on downs at 1:07. UNI was able to kill the clock and preserve the two-point win. UNI held a 10-7 advantage in the second half that proved to be the difference, however the first two quarters saw 53 combined points including 34 in the second quarter. The Panthers got the scoring going as Toman was intercepted on the Wildcats’ second drive of the game and Northern Iowa took over on the UNH 14 yard line. On the first play of the ensuing drive, Panther QB Pat Grace ran in for a 14 yard TD to give the Panthers a 7-0 lead at 10:47. Toman recovered nicely from the interception on UNH’s next possession and engineered an impressive drive that featured a mix of the run and pass. The eight-play 74-yard drive was capped off by a 17-yard TD run by junior running back Chad Kackert (Simi Valley, Calif.) up the middle. 2009 New Hampshire

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Football

2008 TEAM STATISTICS

10-3 Overall

6-2 Colonial Athletic Association

2008 Team Statistics

2008 Schedule/Results Date

Opponent

Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29 Dec. 6

at Army at Rhode Island ALBANY at Dartmouth WILLIAM & MARY at Northeastern TOWSON HOFSTRA at Villanova MASSACHUSETTS at Maine at Southern Illinois (NCAA) at Northern Iowa (NCAA)

Overall Attendance Home (Six Games) Away (Six Games) Total (12 games)

W/L Score W W W W L W W W L W W W L

Attend

New Hampshire 242 First Downs 97 First Downs Rushing 133 First Downs Passing 12 First Downs by Penalty 837 Total Offensive Plays 5,255 Total Yards Gained 404.2 Average Yards per Game 6.3 Average Yards per Play 474 Plays Rushing 2,454 Yards Rushing 161.4 Yards Rushing per Game 3,162 Yards Passing 243.2 Yards Passing per Game 363 Passes Attempted 236 Passes Completed 16 Passes Had Intercepted 14-10 Fumbles-Fumbles Lost 89-780 Penalties-Yards 72/169 3rd Down Conversions 3rd Down Conversion Percentage 43% 4/15 4th Down Conversions 4th Down Conversion Percentage 27% 27:13 Time of Possession Average

25,762 4,113 7,215 4,427 10,255 6,109 8,003 5,297 6,627 6,231 5,719 5,461 9,055 Average 7,241 14,360 10,801

28-10 51-43 32-24 42-6 34-38 33-21 42-14 45-25 13-24 52-21 28-24 29-20 34-36

Attendance Summary

Total 43,4506 86,164 129,614

New Hampshire Date S6 S13 S20 S27 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15 N22 N29 D6

Opponent at Army at Rhode Island ALBANY at Dartmouth WILLIAM & MARY at Northeastern TOWSON HOFSTRA at Villanova MASSACHUSETTS at Maine at Southern Illinois at Northern Iowa

W/L W W W W L W W W L W W W L

Score 28-10 51-43 32-24 42-6 34-38 33-21 42-14 45-25 13-24 52-21 28-24 29-20 34-36

Rush 184 200 158 230 163 113 142 138 50 326 163 127 99

Pass 138 309 255 260 305 277 292 140 264 295 127 257 243

Total 322 509 413 490 468 390 434 278 314 621 290 384 342

Rush 169 37 99 87 185 74 129 149 222 166 134 167 141

Opponents 276 104 151 21 989 4,682 360.2 4.7 519 2,052 135.3 2,293 224.8 471 283 24 22-16 60-558 92/208 44% 12/30 40% 33:56

Opponents Pass 95 480 283 151 310 236 317 190 120 211 98 169 263

Total 264 517 382 238 495 310 446 339 342 377 232 336 404

FIELD GOALS

PUNTING

Tom Bishop Tom Manning

Tom Bishop TEAM Ryan Glasgow Total

1-19

20-29

30-39

40-49

50+

TOTAL

Pct.

Long

0-0 1-1

4-4 1-2

6-7 1-1

1-3 1-3

0-0 0-0

11-14 4-7

78.6 57.1

46 45

Long

Punts

Yds

Yds/Punt

Inside 20

Blkd

42 4 2 48

1736 -14 83 1,895

41.3 -3.5 41.5 37.6

20 0 0 20

4 0 0 4

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56 0 48 56

2008 TEAM STATISTICS RUSHING

G 13 9 10 13 13 13 8 7 6 6 11 8 13 13

Robert Simpson Chad Kackert Sean Jellison R.J. Toman Mike Boyle Terrence Fox Mickey Mangieri Kevin Decker Matt O’Brien Kevon Mason Travis Negron TEAM New Hampshire Opponents

PASSING

R.J. Toman Kevin Decker Mike Boyle New Hampshire Opponents

G 13 7 13 13 13

RECEIVING

G 13 12 13 11 6 9 10 10 14 6 9 8 9 13 13

Mike Boyle Scott Sicko Terrence Fox Travis Negron Matt O’Brien Chad Kackert Sean Jellison J.T. Wright Robert Simpson Kevon Mason Chris Jeannot Mickey Mangieri Kamal Mohammed Total Opponents

KICK RETURNS Chad Kackert John Clements Terrence Fox Robert Simpson Devon Jackson Jamie Cosgrove Mike Boyle Chris Jeannot New Hampshire Opponents

PUNT RETURNS Michael Boyle Terrence Fox Ryan McGuinness John Clements New Hampshire Opponents

Comp 231 5 0 236 283

Carries 161 99 43 106 16 23 5 1 4 1 2 13 474 518 Att 355 7 1 363 471

Rec. 67 50 36 17 17 15 8 7 6 6 5 1 1 236 283

Yards 731 630 223 219 136 114 13 13 11 7 3 -25 2093 2252

Pct. 65.1 71.4 0.0 65.0 60.1

Yds/Game 56.2 70.0 22.3 16.8 10.5 8.8 3.9 1.9 1.8 1.2 0.3 -0.3 161.0 135.3

Yds/Car 4.5 6.4 5.2 2.1 8.5 5.0 6.2 13.0 2.8 7.0 1.5 -1.9 4.4 3.4

Total Yards Yards/Att Yards/Comp Yards/Game TD 3110 -- -- 239.2 28 52 -- -- 7.4 0 0 -- -- 0.0 0 3162 -- -- 243.2 28 2923 -- -- 224.8 16

Yards 1116 660 490 200 122 176 63 75 57 55 137 9 2 3162 2932

Yds/Rec. 16.7 13.2 13.6 11.8 7.2 11.7 7.9 10.7 9.5 9.2 27.4 9.0 2.0 13.4 10.3

Yds/Game 85.8 55.0 37.7 18.2 20.3 19.6 6.3 7.5 4.4 9.2 15.2 1.1 0.2 243.2 224.8

Long 68 72 27 43 31 18 13 13 4 7 6 0 72 135.3

TD 7 6 2 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 24 21

Rec/Game -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

INT 15 1 0 16 24

TD 10 7 4 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 28 16

Long 77 34 0 77 83

Long 63 65 67 29 20 30 22 18 18 13 77 2 2 77 83

No. 18 14 10 4 3 2 1 1 53 81

Yards 441 419 287 41 28 11 14 10 1251 1684

Yds/Return 24.5 29.9 28.7 10.2 9.3 5.5 14.0 10.0 23.6 20.8

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 60 87 49 18 11 10 14 10 87 65

No. 10 2 1 1 14 17

Yards 68 36 2 31 137 117

Yds/Return 6.8 18.0 2.0 31.0 8.9 6.9

TD 0 0 0 1 1 0

Long 14 33 0 26 33 18

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2008 TEAM STATISTICS

SCORING

G Mike Boyle Tom Bishop 13 Chad Kackert 9 Scott Sicko 12 Robert Simpson 13 R.J. Toman 13 Tom Manning Sean Jellison 10 Terrance Fox 14 John Clements 12 Travis Negron 11 Chris Jeannot 9 Ryan Hinds 13 Dino Vasso 13 Matt Parent 12 Hugo Souza 13 TEAM 13 New Hampshire 13 Opponents 13

DEFENSE

Dino Vasso Matt Parent Sean Ware John Clements Hugo Souza Terrence Klein Maurice Duper Devon Jackson Brian McNally Ryan Hinds Kevin Peters Jordan Long Ryan McGuinness Steve Young Kyle Maroney John Greer T.J. Taylor Lance Mailloux Mike Perkins Dan Ruhl Sean Jellison Robert Simpson James Jenkins John Duffey John Murray Mark Petercuskie Kyle Flemings Brian Mayhew Mickey Mangieri Kamal Mohammed Rod Walker Andre Garron Travis Negron Mike Boyle Mike Greene Scott Sicko Others New Hampshire Opponents

TD 12 0 8 7 7 6 0 4 4 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 60 38

G 13 12 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 9 10 12 12 10 8 10 13 4 9 6 3 9 4 8 9 3 4 11 13 7 12 13 13 13

PAT Kick 0-0 37-38 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 19-20 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 56-58 33-36 UT 66 33 44 50 39 24 23 33 21 36 22 14 10 17 14 14 11 6 9 5 6 6 3 5 3 4 6 4 2 1 1 2 2 2 - 2 6 557 474

AT 33 64 44 36 27 34 34 25 34 17 21 29 28 18 8 7 8 13 8 7 4 4 6 4 6 4 2 1 2 3 2 1 1 - 2 - 5 537 447

PAT Run 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 TT 99 97 88 86 66 58 58 58 55 53 43 43 38 35 22 21 19 19 17 12 10 10 9 9 9 8 8 5 4 4 3 4 3 2 2 2 11 1094 921

PAT Rec. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

PAT Pass 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-2

TFL Yards Sacks-Yards Int-Yds 1.0-7 - 5-113 7.0-21 2.0-10 2-100 8.0-18 0.5-3 1-26 2.0-2 - 3-147 5.5-14 1.0-3 1-6 2.0-9 0.5-4 4-28 1.5-4 - - 2.0-10 1.0-8 1.0-8 8.5-25 2.5-16 - 1.5-6 - 5-218 7.5-20 2.0-11 - 3.0-10 1.0-8 - - - 1-0 5.5-15 0.5-3 - - - - - - - 6.5-36 -2.0-13 - 1.5-2 - - 2.0-3 - 1-11 1.0-2 - - - - - - - - 1.0-5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-7 - - - - - - - - 72-235 13-81 24-649 77-304 22-154 26-145

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Safety 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 Pass Br. Up 6 3 2 6 3 4 1 4 0 8 3 1 1 - 1 - - - - 1 - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - 45 26

FGM-FGA 0-0 11-14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 15-21 13-21

Fumble Rec.-Yds FF - 2 2-5 - 2-0 1 2-0 - 2-22 3 1-0 - 1-0 - 1-0 - 1-0 1 - 1 - - - - - - 1-0 2 - - - - - 1 1-0 - - - 1-0 1 - - - - - - 1-0 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 15-27 15 10-0 11

Pts 72 70 48 42 42 36 31 24 24 24 12 12 6 6 6 6 2 463 306 Blkd. Kick - 1 - - - 2 5

CAA FOOTBALL CAA Football fans thought the league’s opening season in 2007 was spectacular in terms of success. Little did they know 2008 would build off the previous season’s success, and include the league’s fourth National Championship. In 2008 as many as six teams ranked among the national Top-25 during the season, while both James Madison and Richmond had a strangle-hold on the No. 1 spot over the last 11 weeks of the season. CAA Football upped its record of national player of the week honorees by earning 19 last season, compared to 15 accolades in 2007. All of the regular season success carried over into the postseason when, once again, CAA Football equalled its own record by placing five squads in the NCAA Division I Football Championships. Prior to the 2007 season no conference had earned more than four berths in one season, and CAA Football has now done it twice in two seasons. The CAA Football dominance in the regular season carried over into the postseason as four of its five playoff squads advanced to the quarterfinal round. Both James Madison and Richmond moved on to the final four, marking the ninth time in 12 years a CAA Football squad has competed in the semifinals. Richmond logged a come-from-behind win over Northern Iowa in the semifinals, giving the league its fifth National Final berth in six seasons. The Spiders then went on to dominate Montana in the Championship game, 24-7, to earn the league’s first NCAA crown under the CAA Football banner. Richmond’s National Championship was also the league’s fourth in 10 years and third over the last six seasons. Following the season, the league boasted six Top-25 teams, four Top-10 squads and notched a total of 78 All-America honors. The quality and depth of CAA Football is unmatched in the FCS. Ten of the league’s 12 teams have participated in the NCAA playoffs over the past eight seasons and at least one team has advanced to the national semifinals in nine of the last 12 years. In 2004, James Madison claimed the national championship with a 31-21 triumph over Montana, becoming the first team to reach the title game by winning three road playoff contests since the field expanded to 16 teams in 1986. Delaware rolled past Colgate 40-0 to capture the national championship in 2003, becoming the first team to ever post a shutout in the title game. No other conference has had two different teams win national titles in back-to-back years. Massachusetts earned a national championship in 1998, beating perennial power Georgia Southern, 55-43. Along with the team accomplishments, the conference has accumulated numerous individual accolades. Santos (2006), William & Mary quarterback Lang Campbell (2004), Villanova running back Brian Westbrook (2001), Villanova wide receiver Brian Finneran (1997), New Hampshire running back Jerry Azumah (1998) and Towson running back Dave Meggett (1988) all have won the prestigious Walter Payton Award under the league banner. James Madison linebacker Derrick Lloyd received the Buck Buchanan Award in 2001. New Hampshire’s Sean McDonnell (2005), James Madison’s Mickey Matthews (1999 & 2008), Villanova’s Andy Talley (1997) and Boston University’s Dan Allen (1993) have earned the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award. Richmond’s Mike London (2008), Matthews (2004), Massachusetts’ Mark Whipple (1998) and Talley (1997) have garnered the American Football Coaches Association National Coach of the Year honor. The CAA Football geographic footprint encompasses much of the East Coast with schools located from Maine to Virginia. Members include Delaware, Hofstra, James Madison, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Northeastern, Rhode Island, Richmond, Towson, Villanova and William and Mary.

2009 CAA COMPOSITE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Thursday, September 3 St. Cloud State at Maine Villanova at Temple Friday, September 4 West Chester at Delaware Saturday, September 5 St. Francis (Pa.) at UNH Fordham at Rhode Island NU at Boston College W&M at Virginia [E360] Stony Brook at Hofstra Richmond at Duke UMass at Kansas State Towson at Northwestern Saturday, September 12 Richmond at Delaware Maine at Northeastern Hofstra at Bryant Albany at Massachusetts James Madison at Maryland Central Conn. State at W&M UNH at Ball State Lehigh at Villanova

Saturday, September 19 Hofstra at Richmond URI at Massachusetts Delaware State at Delaware Youngstown State at NU VMI at James Madison W&M at Norfolk State Coastal Carolina at Towson Villanova at Penn Saturday, September 26 Northeastern at Villanova Delaware at William and Mary Dartmouth at New Hampshire Rhode Island at Connecticut VMI at Richmond Towson at Morgan State Stony Brook at Massachusetts Hofstra at Western Michigan James Madison at Liberty Saturday, October 3 James Madison at Hofstra New Hampshire at Towson Delaware at Maine William and Mary at Villanova Rhode Island at Brown Holy Cross at Northeastern

Saturday, October 10 Richmond at James Madison Villanova at New Hampshire Maine at Hofstra William and Mary at NU Towson at Rhode Island Massachusetts at Delaware

Saturday, November 7 Hofstra at Delaware Northeastern at Massachusetts Rhode Island at UNH Towson at William and Mary Maine at James Madison Villanova at Richmond

Saturday, October 17 Richmond at Maine Hofstra at Rhode Island Villanova at James Madison UNH at Massachusetts Delaware at Towson

Saturday, November 14 Rhode Island at Maine MU at Massachusetts Villanova at Towson Hofstra at Northeastern UNH at William and Mary Richmond at Georgetown Delaware at Navy

Saturday, October 24 James Madison at W&M Towson at Northeastern Massachusetts at Richmond New Hampshire at Hofstra Rhode Island at Villanova Saturday, October 31 James Madison at Delaware Northeastern at UNH W&M at Rhode Island Richmond at Towson Massachusetts at Maine

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Saturday, November 21 Maine at New Hampshire William and Mary at Richmond Northeastern at Rhode Island Massachusetts at Hofstra Towson at James Madison Delaware at Villanova

CAA FOOTBALL 2008 2007- 2007- 2005- 2004- 2003- 2002- 2001- 2000 - 1999 - 1998 - 1997 - 1996 - 1995 - 1994 - 1993 - 1992 - 1991 - 1990 - 1989 - 1988 - 1987 - 1986 - 1985 - 1984 - 1983 - 1982 -

2008 Conference Final Standings

Past CAA Champions

James Madison UMass, Richmond Massachusetts New Hampshire Richmond William & Mary Delaware James Madison Delaware Massachusetts Maine Northeastern Hofstra Maine Villanova William & Mary Delaware Richmond James Madison Massachusetts Richmond Villanova William & Mary Delaware New Hampshire Boston University Delaware New Hampshire Delaware Villanova Massachusetts Connecticut Maine Villanova Delaware Masachusetts Maine Richmond Connecticut Delaware Massachusetts Rhode Island Boston University Rhode Island Boston University Connecticut Boston University

First-Team Offense QB Rodney Landers, JMU RB Tony Nelson, UMass RB Josh Vaughan, Rich. F/HB Jared Turcotte, Maine WR Mike Boyle, UNH WR Victory Cruz, UMass WR Kevin Grayson, Rich. TE Scott Sicko, UNH OL Ryan Canary, Maine OL Vladimir Ducasse, UMass. OL Ben Ijalana, Villanova OL Scott Lemn, JMU OL Matthew McCracken, Rich. PK Brian Pate, W&M KR Jonathan Grimes, W&M PR Scotty McGee, JMU Second-Team Offense QB Liam Coen, UMass. QB R.J. Toman, UNH RB Aaron Ball, Villanova RB Jonathan Grimes, W&M RB Eugene Holloman, JMU F/HB John Crone, Rich. WR Marcus Lee, Towson WR Matt Szczur, Villanova WR Aaron Weaver, Hofstra TE Brian Mandeville, NU TE Rob Varno, W&M OL Terrence Apted, JMU OL Izzy Bauta, Villanova OL Josh Droesch, UNH OL Kheon Hendricks, Delaware OL Michael Silva, Rich. PK Andrew Howard, Rich.

1981 - 1980 - 1979 - 1978 - 1977 - 1976 - 1975 - 1974 - 1973 - 1972 - 1971 - 1970 - 1969 - 1968 - 1967 - 1966 - 1965 - 1964 - 1963 - 1962 - 1961- 1960 - 1959 - 1958 - 1957 - 1956 - 1955 - 1954 - 1953 - 1952 - 1951 - 1950 - 1949 - 1948 - 1947 -

Connecticut Maine Massachusetts Massachusetts Rhode Island Boston University Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts New Hampshire New Hampshire Maine Connecticut Massachusetts Connecticut Massachusetts Connecticut Massachusetts New Hampshire Connecticut Massachusetts Massachusetts Maine Massachusetts Massachusetts New Hampshire Massachusetts Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut Rhode Island Connecticut Rhode Island New Hampshire New Hampshire Rhode Island New Hampshire Connecticut Maine Maine New Hampshire Connecticut Maine New Hampshire New Hampshire

North Division School New Hampshire Maine Massachusetts Hofstra Rhode Island Northeastern

Conf. Overall W-L PF W-L 6-2 298 10-3 5-3 197 8-5 4-4 216 7-5 2-6 158 4-8 1-7 162 3-9 1-7 139 2-10

PF 463 319 345 265 226 228

South Division School 1. James Madison 2. Villanova 3. Richmond 4. William & Mary 5. Delaware 6. Towson

Conf. W-L PF 8-0 340 7-1 226 6-2 258 5-3 243 2-6 96 1-7 175

PF 534 382 506 361 210 243

Overall W-L 12-2 10-3 13-3 7-4 4-8 3-9

2008 CAA All-Conference Team PK KR PR

Andrew Howard, Rich. Scotty McGee, JMU Derek Hatcher, Rich.

First-Team Defense DL Jovan Belcher, Maine DL Greg Miller, Villanova DL Lawrence Sidbury, Jr., Rich. DL Adrian Tracy, W&M LB Luke Bonus, Hofstra LB Josh Jennings, UMass. LB Eric McBride, Rich. LB Osayi Osunde, Villanova CB Evan McCollough, JMU CB Courtney Robinson, UMass. CB Justin Rogers, Rich. S Charles Graves, Delaware S Marcus Haywood, JMU S Jeromy Miles, UMass. P Brett Arnold, UMass

Second-Team Defense DL Hassan Abdul-Wahid, JMU DL tim Kukucka, Villanova DL Sherman Logan, Rich. DL Matt Marcorelle, Delaware LB Andrew Downey, Maine LB Matt Hansen, URI LB Marquis Kirkland, Villanova LB Matt Parent, UNH CB Derek Cox, W&M CB Dino Vasso, UNH S John Clements, UNH S Drew Mack, Towson P Tom Bishop, UNH Third-Team Offense QB Jake Phillips, W&M QB Sean Schaefer, Towson RB Alex Broomfield, NU

2008 CAA Award Winners

Offensive Player of the Year: Rodney Landers (JMU) Defensive Player of the Year: Jovan Belcher (Maine) Special Teams Player of the Year: Scott McGee (JMU) Offensive Rookie of the Year: Jonathan Grimes (W&M) Defensive Rookie of the Year: Brian McNally (UNH) Defensive Rookie of the Year: Pat Williams (JMU) Coach of the Year: Mickey Matthews (JMU)

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RB F/HB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL PK KR PR

Jhamal Fluellen, Maine Griff Yancey, JMU Phil Atkinson, Villanova Jeremy Horne, UMass D.J. McAulay, W&M Robbie Agnone, Delaware Chistopher Arnao, Maine Brian Brannigan, Villanova Sean Calicchio, UMass. Kevin Newhall, NU Theo Sherman, JMU Joe Marcoux, Villanova Angelo Babbaro, Villanova Brandon Johnson-Farrell, URI

Third-Team Defense DL Dave Delessandro, Villanova DL Sam Daniels, JMU DL Kyle Harrington, UMass DL Arthur Moats, JMU LB Phil Higgins, NU LB Jordan Manning, Towson LB Collin McConaghy, Rich. LB Josh Rutter, W&M CB Salim Koroma, Villanova CB Lionel Nixon, Jr., Maine S Nate Thellen, NU S Darrel Young, Villanova P David Miller, W&M

THE HISTORY

David Gamble

Barry Bourassa

Dwayne Sabb

Jerry Azumah Jerry Azumah

Bob BobJean Jean

Andre Garron

Mike Foley 2009 New Hampshire Football • 53 •

Dan Kreider

John Perry

THE RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Rushing: Most Yards Rushingム Game: 329 Jerry Azumah vs. Hofstra (Nov. 7, 1998) Season: 2,195 Jerry Azumah, 1998 Career: 6,193 Jerry Azumah, 1995-98

Scoring: Most Pointsム Game: 37 Cy Wentworth vs. Lowell Tech (Nov. 3, 1923) Season: 146 David Ball, 2003-2006 Career: 424 Jerry Azumah, 1995-98

Most Carriesム Game: 53 Jerry Azumah vs. Connecticut (Oct. 3, 1998) Season: 343 Jerry Azumah, 1998 Career: 1,045 Jerry Azumah, 1995-98 Best Average per Carryム Season: 9.1

Marcel Couture, 1954

Longest Rush from Scrimmageム 97 Barry Bourassa vs. Boston University (Nov. 2, 1991) Rushing Touchdownsム Game: 5 Season: 22 Career: 60

Jerry Azumah vs. Hofstra (Nov. 7, 1998) Stephan Lewis vs. Hampton (Sept. 1, 2001) Bill Burnham, 1977 and Jerry Azumah, 1998 Jerry Azumah, 1995-98

Passing: Most Pass Attemptsム Game: 65 Season: 447 Career: 1,498 Most Pass Completionsム Game: 37 Season: 301 Career: 1024 Most Passing Yardsム Game: 538 Season: 3,797 Career: 12,189 Touchdown Passesム Game: 6 Season: 39 Career: 116 Best Completion Percentム Game 96.2 Season: 73.1 Career: 68.3

Consecutive Games with a Receptionム 42 John Perry, 1989-92

Ryan Day at Delaware (Nov. 4, 2000) Bob Jean, 1988 Ricky Santos, 2004-2007

Ricky Santos at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) Ricky Santos, 2005 Ricky Santos 2004-2007

Ricky Santos at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) Ricky Santos, 2005 Ricky Santos, 2004-2007 Ricky Santos at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) Ricky Santos, 2005 Ricky Santos, 2004-2007

Most Touchdowns Produced Game: 7 7 Season: 47 Career: 147

Ricky Santos vs. Northeastern (Oct. 22, 2005) Ricky Santos vs. Maine (Nov. 19, 2005) Ricky Santos, 2005 Ricky Santos, 2004-2007

Most Field Goalsム Game: 3 Season: 13 Career: 40

Connor McCormick Connor McCormick, 2004 Connor McCormick, 2002-2005

Best Field Goal Percentage Season: 80.0 Career: 68.0

Eric Facey, 1986 (12 of 15) Connor McCormick (2002-2005)

Longest Field Goal Madeム 53

Dave Teggart vs. Northeastern (Oct. 22, 1977)

Most Consecutive Field Goalsム 7 Eric Facey, 1986 Most Extra Pointsム Game: 9 Season: 67 Career: 176

Lance Hjelte vs. Maine (Sept. 25, 1993) Connor McCormick, 2005 Connor McCormick, 2002-2004

Best Extra Point Percentム Season: 100.0 Career: 96.2

Jon Curry, 1997 (27 of 27) Eric Facey, 1987 (32 of 32) Kurt Vollherbst, 1966 Bob Towse, 1960 Eric Facey, 1984-87 (101 of 105)

Most Consecutive Extra Pointsム 56 Eric Facey (Sept. 27, 1986-Nov. 21, 1987)

Total Offense: Ricky Santos vs. Northeastern (Oct. 22, 2005) Ricky Santos, 2007 Ricky Santos, 2004-2007

Longest Pass Completionム 90 Tim Cramsey to Jermaine Washington (vs. William & Mary, Oct. 24, 1998) Fewest Interceptionsム Season: 1 Jeff Allen, 1975

Most Total Offenseム Game: 544 Ricky Santos at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) (538 passing, 6 rushing) Season: 4,302 Ricky Santos, 2005 (3,797 passing, 505 rushing) Career: 13,566 Ricky Santos, 2004 (12,189 passing, 1,377 rushing)

Receiving: Most Receptionsム Game: 15 Season: 93 Career: 304

David Ball vs. Massachusetts (Oct. 16, 2004) David Ball, 2006 David Ball, 2003-2006

Most Yards Receivingム Game: 284 Season: 1,551 Career: 4,655

David Ball at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) David Ball, 2005 David Ball, 2003-2006

Most Touchdown Receptionsム Game: 4 4 4 Season: 24 Career: 58

David Ball at Massachusetts (Oct. 29, 2005) David Ball vs. Towson (Nov. 13, 2004) David Gamble vs. Maine (Sept. 25, 1993) David Ball, 2004 David Ball, 2003-2006

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THE RECORD BOOK Interceptions:

All-Purpose Yardage: Most All-Purpose Yardsム Game: 364 Stephan Lewis vs. UMass (Oct. 13, 2001) (258 rushing, 94 receiving, 12 kick returns) Season: 2,388 Stephan Lewis, 2001 (217.1 yards per game) (1,390 rushing, 527 receiving, 471 kick returns) Career: 8,376 Jerry Azumah, 1995-98 (204.3 yards per game) (6,193 rushing, 1,153 receiving, 1,025 kick returns)

Most Interceptionsム Game: 3 Eric Thompson at Massachusetts (Nov. 15, 1986) Tim Byrne vs. Villanova (Nov. 5, 1988) Tim Byrne vs. Rhode Island (Nov. 11, 1989) Steve Perocchi vs. Champlain (Sept. 30, 1950) Season: 11 Fritz Rosinski, 1937 Career: 20 Bill Pappas, 1952-54 Longest Interception Returnム 104 Carmen Ragonese vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 5, 1946) Most Recent 100 yd return--

Punting: Most Puntsム Game: Season: Career:

17 76 176

Most Yards Puntingム Game: 527 Season: 3,020 Career: 6,538

Paul Horne vs. St. Anselm (Oct. 29, 1938) Scott Seero, 1975 Scott Seero, 1973-76

Paul Horne vs. St. Anselm (Oct. 29, 1938) Scott Seero, 1975 Scott Seero, 1973-76

Best Punting Averageム Game: 55.7 Tom Bishop vs. Maine (November 17, 2007) Season: 41.3 Tom Bishop, 2008 Career: 39.9 Josh Polgar 2001-2004 Longest Puntム 85

TEAM RECORDS Rushing: Most Yards Rushingム Game: 590 Season: 3,302

vs. East Stroudsburg (Sept. 19, 1998) (1998)

Most Rushing Yards Allowedム Game: 459 vs. Massachusetts (Nov. 13, 1965) Season: 3,112 (2002)

Passing:

Dan Serieka vs. Maine (Oct.9, 1965) Dick Gleason at Springfield (Nov. 5, 1955)

Kickoff Returns: Most Kickoff Returnsム Game: 6 Season: 31 Career: 47

Corey Graham, Sept. 30, at Delaware 2006 Corey Graham, 2005 Stephan Lewis, 1999-2002

Most Yards Returningム Game: 203 Season: 778 Career: 1,665

Corey Graham at Delaware, Sept. 30, 2006 Corey Graham, 2005 Corey Graham, 2003-2006

Best Average per Returnム Season: 30.7 Dave Loehle, 1978 (15-460, NCAA I-AA leader) Longest Kickoff Returnム 100 Andre Garron at Bucknell (Oct. 8, 1983) Dan Losano vs. Dartmouth (Sept. 29, 1973) R.J. Harvey vs. Maine (Nov. 17, 2001)

Most Yards Passingム Game: 598 Season: 3,651

at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) (2004)

Most Passing Yards Allowedム Game: 446 Season: 3,293

at Rhode Island (Nov. 2, 1985) (2004)

Most Passes Attemptedム Game: 66 Season: 473

at Northeastern (Oct. 21, 2006) (2004)

Most Opponent Passes Attemptedム Game: 70 at Rhode Island (Sept. 13, 2008) Season: 515 (2005) Most Completionsム Game: 41 Season: 310

at Northeastern (Oct. 21, 2006) (2005)

Most Opponent Completionsム Game: 38 at Rhode Island (Sept. 13, 2008) Season: 382 (2004) Most Touchdown Passesム Game: 6 Season: 37

at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) (2005)

Most Opponent Touchdown Passesム Game: 5 vs. Maine (Nov. 19, 2005) 5 vs. Boston University (Nov. 19, 1994)

Punt Returns: Most Punt Returnsム Game: 7 Eric Thompson vs. Lafayette (Sept. 14, 1985) Season: 48 Stan Harrison, 1986 Career: 96 Dave Wissman, 1981-83

Scoring: Most Points Scoredム Quarter: 35 Game: 70 Season: 521

Most Yards Returningム Game: 111 Barry Bourassa vs. Dartmouth (Sept. 29, 1990) Season: 411 Mike Boyle (2005) Career: 804 Dave Wissman, 1981-83 Best Average per Returnム Season: 29.6

Giovanni Benson vs. Dartmouth (Sept. 27, 2003)

vs. Northeastern (Oct. 18, 1975; 2nd quarter, W 56-7) vs. Central Connecticut (Aug. 30, 2003) vs. East Stroudsburg (Sept. 19, 1998 (2005)

Most Points Allowedム Quarter: 33 vs. Massachusetts (Nov. 19, 1988; 3rd quarter, L 64-42) Game: 83 at Tufts (Sept. 28, 1914; L 83-0) Season: 392 (2001)

Bill Estey, 1967 (11-326)

Longest Punt Returnム 92 Dave Wissman vs. Massachusetts (Nov. 14, 1981)

Greatest Margin of Victoryム 66

vs. Lowell (Sept. 26, 1936; W 66-0)

Greatest Margin of Defeatム 83

at Tufts (Sept. 28, 1914; L 83-0)

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THE RECORD BOOK Wildcat Best Efforts

Total Offense: Most Total Offenseム Game: 784 Season: 7,460

at Towson (Sept. 17, 2005) (2004)

Most Total Offense Allowedム Game: 746 Season: 6,977

vs. Maine (Nov. 19, 2005) (2004)

Most First Downsム Game: 33 33 Season: 459

at Northeastern (Oct. 21, 2006) at Dartmouth (Sept. 22, 2001) (2006)

Most First Downs Allowedム Game: 33 Season: 312

at Rhode Island (Nov. 2, 1985; L 30-20) (2006)

Most Rushing YardsムSeason 1. Jerry Azumah (1998) 2. Jerry Azumah (1997) 3. Bill Burnham (1977) 4. Stephan Lewis (2001) 5. Jerry Azumah (1996) 6. Barry Bourassa (1991) 7. Bill Burnham (1976) 8. Bill Burnham (1975) 9. Stephan Lewis (2002) 10. Jerry Azumah (1995) Most CarriesムSeason 1. Jerry Azumah (1998 2. Bill Burnham (1977) 3. Bill Burnham (1976) 4. Jerry Azumah (1997) 5. Bill Burnham (1975) 6. Barry Bourassa (1991) 7. Stephan Lewis (2001) 8. Jerry Azumah (1996) 9. Stephan Lewis (2002 10. Norm Ford (1988)

Turnovers: Most Interceptionsム Game: 7 Season: 29

Most Receiving YardsムSeason 1. David Ball (2005) 2. David Ball (2004) 3. David Gamble (1993) 4. Mike Boyle (2008) 5. David Ball (2006) 6. Curtis Olds (1988) 7. Curtis Olds (1986) 8. John Perry (1991) 9. Keith LeVan (2007) 10. J. Washington (1999)

vs. Champlain (Sept. 30, 1950; W 62-6) ()

Most Opponent Interceptionsム Game: 7 vs. Springfield (Nov. 10, 1973; L 51-0) Season: 24 (1973) Most Fumblesム Game: Season:

12 29

vs. Maine (Oct. 9, 1976; L 10-0) (2005)

Most ReceptionsムSeason 1. David Ball (2006) 2. David Ball (2005) 3. David Ball (2004) 4. J. Washington (1999) 5. Keith LeVan (2007) 6. Keith LeVan (2006) 7. Curtis Olds (1988) 8. David Gamble (1993) Mike Boyle (2008) 10. Curtis Olds (1987) Calvin Jones (1996)

Most Opponent Fumblesム Game: 9 vs. Massachusetts (Nov. 18, 1967; L 14-13) vs. Maine (Oct. 9, 1976; L 14-13) Most Fumbles Recoveredム Game: 6 Season: 31

vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 15, 2005) (2004)

Most TacklesムSeason (since 1981) 1. Steve Doig (1981) 2. Chris Robinson (2003 3. Aaron Thomas (2004) 4. Jeff Pammer (2007) 4. Husain Karim (2007) 5. Brett Bashaw (2000) 6. Jeff Pammer (2005) 7. Scott Curtis (1986) 8. Neal Zonfrelli (1985) 9. Aaron Thomas (2003) 10. Romande Carter (1996)

Penalties: Most Penaltiesム Season:

113

Most Yards Penalized: Season: 1,011

(1990)

(1990)

Streaks: Most Consecutive Victoriesム Overall: 9

Sept. 30, 1950 (vs. Champlain, W 62-6) to Sept. 29, 1951 (at Brandeis, W 33-20)

Regular Season Games Only: 12 Oct. 16, 1976 (at Central Connecticut, W 34-21) to Oct. 22, 1977 (vs. Northeastern, W 28-13) Most Consecutive Defeatsム Overall: 11

Nov. 14, 1964 (at Massachusetts, L 14-7)

Most Passing AttemptsムSeason 1. Bob Jean (1988) 2. Ricky Santos (2006) 3. Ricky Santos (2005) 4. Ricky Santos (2004) 5. Mike Granieri (2003) 6. Ryan Day (2001) 7. Bob Jean (1986) 8. Ryan Day (1999) 9. R.J. Toman (2008) 10. Matt Griffin (1991) Most Passing YardsムSeason 1. Ricky Santos (2005) 2. Ricky Santos (2004) 3. Ricky Santos (2006) 4. R.J. Toman (2008) 5. Bob Jean (1988) 6. Ricky Santos (2007) 7. Matt Griffin (1991) 8. Ryan Day (2001) 9. Mike Granieri (2003) 10. Ryan Day (1999) Most CompletionsムSeason 1. Ricky Santos (2005) 2. Ricky Santos (2006) 3. Ricky Santos (2004) 4. Ricky Santos (2007) 5. Bob Jean (1988) 6. Mike Granieri (2003) 7. Ryan Day (2001) 8. R.J. Toman (2008) 9. Ryan Day (1999) 10. Ryan Day (2000)

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2,195 1,585 1,422 1,390 1,308 1,185 1,175 1,170 1,152 1,105

Most Rushing YardsムCareer 1. Jerry Azumah (1995-98) 2. Bill Burnham (1974-77) 3. Stephan Lewis (1999-2002) 4. Norm Ford (1986-89) 5. Barry Bourassa (1989-92) 6. Andre Garron (1982-85) 7. Avrom Smith (1991-94) 8. Jim Quinn (1979-82) 9. Curt Collins (1980-82) 10. Dan Curran (1996-1999)

6,193 3,773 3,679 3,538 3,015 2,901 2,237 1,947 1,927 1,805

343 281 272 271 259 253 249 245 242 231

Most CarriesムCareer 1. Jerry Azumah (1995-98) 2. Bill Burnham (1974-77) 3. Norm Ford (1986-89) 4. Stephan Lewis (1999-2002) 5. Barry Bourassa (1989-92) 6. Andre Garron (1982-85) 7. Avrom Smith (1991-94) 8. Curt Collins (1980-83) 9. Jim Quinn (1979-82) 10. Richard Dewing (1950-52)

1,045 814 779 732 613 546 472 471 398 357

Most Receiving YardsムCareer 1. David Ball (2003-06) 2. David Gamble (1990-93) 3. Curtis Olds (1985-88) 4. John Perry (1989-92) 5. Chris Braune (1986-89) 6. Mike Boyle (2005-08) 7 Keith LeVan (2004-07) 8. Calvin Jones (1993-96) 9. Michael Taylor (1999-02) 10. Mike Gallagher (1989-92)

4,655 3,072 3,028 2,873 2,612 2,317 2,234 1,913 1,893 1,784

1,551 1,504 1,138 1,116 1,114 1,034 944 918 843 821 93 87 86 71 71 70 69 67 67 61 61 195 136 130 130 130 127 123 122 117 116 115 447 432 429 425 387 379 375 364 355 352 3,797 3,318 3,125 3,110 3,035 2,972 2,734 2,605 2,595 2,573 301 293 272 256 246 237 233 231 221 199

Most ReceptionsムCareer 1. David Ball (2003-06) 2. Keith LeVan (2004-2007) 3. Curtis Olds (1985-88) 4. John Perry (1989-92) 5. David Gamble (1990-93) 6. Stephan Lewis (1999-2002) 7. Calvin Jones (1993-96) 8. Chris Braune (1986-89) 9. Mike Gallagher (1989-92) 10 John Williams (2001-2005)

304 201 193 191 182 164 158 155 150 140

Most TacklesムCareer (since 1981) 1. Steve Doig (1978-81) 2. Jeff Pammer (2004-2007) 3. Matt Parent (2005-08) 4. Aaron Thomas (2000-04) 5. Chris McGrath (1987-91) 6. John Clements (2005-08) 7. Romande Carter (1993-96) 8. Brett Bashaw (1996-2000) 9. Neal Zonfrelli (1982-85) 10. Scott Curtis (1984-87)

434 359 356 343 322 300 297 297 286 278

Most Passing AttemptsムCareer 1. Ricky Santos (2004-2007) 2. Bob Jean (1985-88) 3. Ryan Day (1997-2001) 4. Mike Granieri (2000-) 5. Matt Griffin (1987-91) 6. Jim Stayer (1992- 94) 7. Chris Bresnahan (1995-96) 8. Jeff Allen (1974-77) 9. Rick Leclerc (1980-84) 10. Denis Stevens (1978-81)

1,498 1,126 1,089 764 734 710 599 563 465 413

Most Passing YardsムCareer 1. Ricky Santos (2004-2007) 2. Bob Jean (1985-88) 3. Ryan Day (1997-2001) 4. Matt Griffin (1987-91) 5. Jim Stayer (1992-94) 6. Mike Granieri (2000-) 7. Jeff Allen (1974-77) 8. Chris Bresnahan (1995-96) 9. Bob Hopkins (1969-71) 10. Rick Leclerc (1980-84)

12,189 7,742 7,670 5,425 5,349 4,775 4,184 4,085 3,143 3,039

Most CompletionsムCareer 1. Ricky Santos (2004-2007) 2. Ryan Day (1997-2001) 3. Bob Jean (1985-88) 4. Mike Granieri (2000-)1 5. Jim Stayer (1992-95) 6. Matt Griffin (1987-91) 7. Chris Bresnahan (1995-96) 8. Jeff Allen (1974-77) 9. Rick Leclerc (1980-84) 10. Bob Hopkins (1969-71)

1,024 653 567 564 419 392 349 280 208 205

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent W-L-T American International 3-1-0 Appalachian State 0-1-0 Army 2-1-0 Bates 11-14-4 Boston College 5-6-1 Boston University 22-12-4 Bowdoin 1-12-0 Brandeis 4-2-1 Bridgeport 2-0-0 Brown 1-14-0 Bucknell 4-0-0 Central Connecticut St. 5-0-0 Central Michigan 0-1-0 Champlain 1-0-0 Colby College 11-14-3 Colgate 4-1-0 Connecticut 36-29-6 Cornell 0-1-0 Dartmouth 17-17-2 Delaware 10-19-1 East Stroudsburg 1-0-0 Gardner-Webb 0-1-0 Georgia Southern 1-0-0 Hampton 3-0-0 Harvard 0-7-0 Hofstra 7-5-0 Holy Cross 5-6-0 Iona 2-0-0 James Madison 5-7-0 Kent State 3-1-0 Kings Point 1-0-0 Lafayette 5-1-0 Lehigh 9-2-0 Maine 45-43-8

Last UNH Win 1983 --- 2008 1940 1911 1997 1907 1958 1955 1930 1985 2003 --- 1950 1967 2005 1999 --- 2008 2007 1998 --- 2004 2006 --- 2008 1984 2007 2003 1952 1961 1987 1996 2008

Last Op Win 1961 1994 1922 1941 1936 1993 1927 1957 --1931 ----2003 --1966 1986 1995 1922 1976 2003 --2000 --1939 2002 1982 --2007 2002 --1985 1982 2002

Opponent Marshall Massachusetts UMass-Lowell M.I.T. Middlebury Montana Montana State Northeastern Northern Iowa Northwestern Norwich Rhode Island Richmond Rutgers Samford South Florida Southern Illinois Springfield St. Anselm St. Lawrence Stephen F. Austin Stony Brook Toledo Towson Tufts UC Davis Upsala Vermont Villanova Wayne State West Chester Western Kentucky William & Mary Worcester Tech Yale

W-L-T 1-1-0 26-42-3 15-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-1 0-1-0 0-1-0 40-14-1 0-3-0 1-0-0 7-2-2 49-27-5 9-9-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0 28-16-7 2-5-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-3-0 5-0-0 19-11-2 1-0-0 2-0-0 20-21-1 8-10-0 1-1-0 4-0-0 0-1-0 2-10-0 7-1-0 0-1-0

Last UNH Win 2007 2008 1941 --- 1905 --- --- 2008 --- 2006 1942 2008 2006 2004 --- 1999 2008 1978 1934 1953 1999 2006 --- 2008 1951 2005 1953 1974 2005 1979 1978 --- 1998 1919 ---

Last Win 1991 2007 1938 1899 1923 2004 1976 2007 2008 --1941 2003 2007 1939 1991 ----1979 1940 --1997 --1949 --1934 ----1972 2008 1980 --1975 2008 1903 1935

Bill Bowes, UNH’s legendary 27-year former head coach, and Walter Payton Award-winning tailback Jerry Azumah (#25) have each etched their names throughout the UNH record books. Bowes is UNH’s all-time winningest coach and Azumah broke numerous NCAA rushing and scoring records as the Wildcatsユ all-time leading rusher.

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WILDCAT HONOR ROLL CAA/Atlantic 10/Yankee Conference Awards Coach of the Year Sean McDonnell Bill Bowes

2004 1989, 1994

Offensive Player of the Year Ricky Santos Ricky Santos Ricky Santos Jerry Azumah Jerry Azumah Barry Bourassa

QB QB QB TB TB RB

2007 2006 2005 1998 1996 1991

Defensive Player of the Year Paul Boulay Steve Doig Tim Teevens Neal Zonfrelli

DT LB DB LB

1987 1981 1984 1985

Rookie of the Year Brian McNally Ricky Santos Curt Collins

DE QB RB

2008 2004 1980

All-Conference First Team Geoff Aleva Jeff Allen Alton Amidon Warren Armes Paul Ashnault Jerry Azumah David Ball Jason Ball Brett Bashaw Brett Bernier Ed Booker Paul Boulay Barry Bourassa Mike Boyle Norman Breault Jim Bumpus Bill Burnham John Burnham Romande Carter Tony Ciccone Jim Concannon Nick Couturier Edward Cramer Matt Crispino Paul DユAllesandro Bill Dedrick Richard Dewing Steve Doig Greg Donahue Ed Douglas Pat Downey Dan Drewniak John Driscoll Paul Dufault Dick Duffy Earl Eddy Phil Estes Bill Estey Mark Etro Richard Eustis Eric Facey John Flanagan Joe Fleming Mike Foley Norm Ford Francis Frasier David Gamble Andre Garron Arnold Garron Dave Giguere Alan Girroir Mike Gooden Dwayne Gordon Paul Gorham Basil Gregorios Charles Grzbielski Stan Harrison Jeff Hayes Neal Herrick Edwin Holm Bob Hopkins Bruce Huther

DT QB T LB G TB WR C LB DE LB DT RB WR WR OG RB T LB OG DB OC G DL G DE RB LB LB G C C OT C DB T OG RB S E PK OG DL DL RB E WR RB DB OG T S LB TE G E DB OL E G QB LB

1991, 1990 1977, 1976 1956 1994 1954, 1953 1996, 1997, 1998 2004, 2005, 2006 2001 2000 1971 1972 1987, 1986 1991, 1990 2008 1970 1985 1977, 1976, 1975 1957 1996 1985 1993, 1994 2007 1961 1998 1961 1977 1952 1981 1979 1951 1997 1969 1987 1985 1977 1951 1979 1967, 1966 1977, 1975 1960 1985 1984 1994 1994, 1995 1988 1959 1993 1985, 1984, 1983 1983, 1982 1973 1954 1982 1992 1982 1956 1962 1986 1999 1952 1959 1971 1985

Ricky Santos (No. 2) and David Ball (No. 3) Ilia Jarostchuk Ryan Jones Walter Jones Ken Kaplan Rich Langlois Mike Lanza Keith LeVan Greg Lewis Stephan Lewis Paul Lindquist Marshall Litchfield Dave Loehle Ray Lyons Kevin Martell Vincent Martino Steve Mazur Cliff McDonald John Merrill Richard Mezquita Don Miller Philip Montagano Gerry Moran Mike Moroney Duncan Ogg Curtis Olds Peter OユDonnell Bill OユMalley Bob OユNeil Brian OユNeill Matt OユNeill Jeff Pammer Bill Pappas Samuel Paul John Perry George Peterson Tucker Peterson William Phillips Lee Pope Chris Porter Norman Powers C. Robichaud Dave Rozumek Dwayne Sabb Ricky Santos Brian Saranovitz Matt Schneible Daniel Sereika Mike Shaughnessy Mike Shriner Scott Sicko Wayne Smith Barry Stiber Doug Stockbridge Tim Teevens Eric Thompson Donald Trimble R. Trouville Will Tychsen William Vasilios Grady Vigneau Kurt Volherbst Cal Wallingford Robert Weeks Mike White Jonathan Williams Jonathan Williams Dave Wissman Al Witteman Ted Wright Neal Zonfrelli

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LB DB OL OT LB DT WR DB RB T E WR DL C DT E T OG RB OT E OG TE C WR WR DL WR DL C FS QB QB WR DE OL RB WR OT LB C LB LB QB OT OG RB RB RB TE OT G DE DB DB T QB LB DE OT DB E T OT TE TE DB DT RB LB

1986, 1985, 1984 1989 1998 1982, 1980 1973 1974 2007 1992 2002 1960 1954 1979, 1978 1995 1975 1967 1953 1968 1976, 1975 1960 1972, 1971 1956 1972, 1971 1975, 1974 1962 1988, 1987, 1986 1981 1987 1971 1985, 1984 1992 2007 1954, 1953 1959 1991 2004 2006 1967 1977 1991 1970 1955 1975 1991, 1990 2005, 2006, 2007 1985, 1984 1991 1963, 1962 1968 1985 2008 1976 1962 1976 1984 1986 1959, 1958 1956 1989 1967 1977 1968, 1967 1968 1962 1997 2004 2005 1984 1968 1955 1985, 1984

WILDCAT HONOR ROLL Annual Team Awards

Wildcat All-Americans Kodak Coaches First Team Barry Bourassa Bill Burnham Ed Douglas John Driscoll Paul Dufault Kevin Martell Dave Morton Dwayne Sabb Grady Vigneau Al Witteman

RB RB G OT C C OT LB OT DT

1991 1977, 1976 1950 1987 1985 1975 1984 1991 1977 1968

American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Ricky Santos QB 2007 David Ball WR 2005, 2006 Jerry Azumah TB 1997, 1998 Mike Foley DL 1994 Stephan Lewis RB 2002 Walter Camp First Team Scott Sicko David Ball Ricky Santos Jonathan Williams David Ball Barry Bourassa Jerry Azumah

TE WR QB TE WR RB RB

2008 2005, 2006 2005, 2006, 2007 2005 2004 1991 1998

College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) All-Academic First Team John Driscoll OT 1952 Dave Morton OT 1984 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Rick Leclerc

QB

Associated Press First-Team All-Americans Scott Sicko TE Ricky Santos QB David Ball WR Jonathan Williams TE Jerry Azumah TB Walter Jones OL

1984 2008 2007 2005, 2006 2005 1998 1998

Bill Bowes Coaches Award 2008 Eric Cumba 2007 Jeff Pammer 2006 Corey Graham 2005 Baron Flenory 2004 Christian Leibl-Cote 2003 Jon Hart 2002 Carl Betz 2001 Jon Oosterhuis

OL FS DB FS OL OL TE DL

Eric Cumba was the recipient of the 2008 Bill Bowes Award.

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

Most Valuable Player Mike Boyle John Clements Ricky Santos David Ball Derek Stank George Peterson Chris Robinson Stephan Lewis Jason Ball Brett Bashaw Dan Kreider Jerry Azumah Jerry Azumah Jerry Azumah Mike Foley Joe Fleming Avrom Smith David Gamble Barry Bourassa Dwayne Gordon Dwayne Sabb Ryan Jones Mark Carr Bob Jean Paul Boulay Ilia Jarostchuk Andre Garron Neal Zonfrelli Dave Wissman Arnold Garron Ken Kaplan Steve Doig Keith Reynolds Greg Donahue Sean McDonnell Grady Vigneau Doug Stockbridge Dave Rozumek

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972

Eugene K. Auerbach Student-Athlete Award Tom Bishop Johan Asker AJ. Snook Evan Loring Tim Carignan Shaun Diner Jon Hart Nick Gaunce Peter Bush Michael DePalma Jody Trunfio Matt Crispino Richard Clough Jeff Tamulski Chris Bourdon Jim Concannon Chad Ames John Donnelly Geoff Aleva T.J. Reap Tim Byrne Jim Prendible Bill OユMalley Stan Harrison Jim Bumpus Dave Morton John Beecy Greg Stilphen Joe Clemente Doug Romano Tom Leavitt Bill Logue Richard Duffy John Merrill Albert Parchuk Michael Keough Richard Desrochers Richard Boucher

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Bo Dickson Spirit Award Matt Parent Nick Couturier Tucker Peterson Alan Tallman Mike Granieri Jeremy Hincman Bill Pizzano Ryan Day David OユConnor Dan Curran John Haggerty Mike White

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WR FS QB WR DL DE LB RB C LB FB TB TB TB DE DT RB WR RB DE LB DB QB QB DT DE RB LB DB DB OT LB LB LB DB OT DE LB

P/PK OL DB WR OL WR OL OL DB TE DL DL DL TE OL DB DE TE DT LB DB C NG DB OG OT LB OT DE TE QB/P DT DB OG RB QB DB LB LB OL OL LB QB DL QB TB OL

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1979-81 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974

Jack French Unsung Hero Award Andrew Elwell OL Josh Droesch OL Marvin Wright DL Dan Wagner DL Brendan St. Peter DL E.J. DeWitt LB Amir Saadah LB Jermaine Stevens WR Mike Hurley QB Mike Wells DL Tim Sample OL Erik Mitchell SS Wade Rowcliffe SS Greg Krause OL Dave Lopez TB Peter Christopher LB Sean Finneran OL Lee McClinton RB Mike Cranney WR Ron Baisden DB Matt Griffin QB Shawn Lane K/RB Tom Whelan NG Garry Jordan DB Frank Maguire OG Scott Curtis LB Joe Thomson OG Tom Flanagan TE John Flanagan OG Peter OユDonnell WR Franz Eberth OG Not Awarded George Moore WR Gary DeStefano LB Charlie McMahon LB Nick Ragusa OT Bob Dearth OT

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

Jock MacKenzie/Bob Demers 12th Player Award Robert Simpson RB Husain Karim LB Muji Karim LB David Sundberg OL A. Thomas/D. Bailey FS/WR Brandon Taylor SS Czar Wiley FS Brian Mallette WR Frankie Smith DB Jeff Hayes OL Tim Cramsey QB Mark Wheeler LB Jason Swett DB Matt Mezquita RB Adam Mott DE Bob Jordan DB Mike Gallagher RB Chris McGrath LB Tom Joy DB Matt Banbury RB Bill Farrell DB Tom Johnson TE Ted White DB Mike Shriner RB Bob Price DB Bill Peach WR Ron MacDonald DB Peter Bergeron DB Jeff Belmont LB Tom Ruffen TE Bill Logue DT

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Creeley メBuckモ Buchanan Distinguished Service Award Chris McClurg Matt Perdoni Aaron Brown John McCoy Shaun Diner George Yasso Michael Taylor Bryce Scottron Al Willis Mike Szweda Ryan Scottron Matt Drayton Chris Bresnahan Rob McCoy Jim Stayer David Gamble John Perry Scott Wojnovich Ryan Jones

OL DL WR RB WR LB WR DB OL DB FB OL QB DB QB WR WR LB DB

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ・ + # %

- Yankee Conference Game - at Dover, N.H. - at Manchester, N.H. - at Portland, Maine

1893 (0-1) No Coach No Captain N4 at Newmarket........................................L 10-0 1894 (2-3) No Coach Capt: William Dudley O6 Exeter...................................................... W 4-0 at Bates....................................................L 26-4 N15 at Dover High*......................................L 10-4 N21 Dover High...........................................W 20-6 N29 at St. Anselm..........................................L 32-0 1895 (2-3-1) No Coach Capt: F.F. Hayes S21 at Exeter...................................................L 29-0 S28 Dover YMCA.............................................T 6-6 O19 at Dover YMCA................................... L 14-10 N2 Somersworth.......................................W 10-6 N2 at Berwick Academy.........................W 14-6 N16 at Brewster Academy....................... L 14-10 1896 (1-4) No Coach Capt: F.F. Hayes O9 Bates*.......................................................L 10-6 O14 at Colby....................................................L 28-0 O17 at Andover Academy..........................L 16-0 Brewster Academy.............................W 32-0 O30 Somersworth High*............................L 10-0 * - at Burgett Park 1897 (2-5) No Coach Capt: F.F. Hayes S29 at Exeter Academy...............................L 26-0 O2 at Massachusetts..................................L 10-4 Tilton School........................................W 22-0 O16 Dover High...........................................W 34-0 O28 Bowdoin..................................................L 64-0 O30 Tufts+.......................................................L 12-4 N11 at Dover.....................................................L 6-0 1898 (4-4) No Coach Capt: Calderwood O6 at Bates....................................................L 35-0 O8 at Bowdoin.............................................L 59-0 O15 Sanborn Seminary.............................W 81-0 O22 MIT Freshmen........................................ W 6-0 N2 MIT.............................................................L 22-0 N5 at Andover Academy..........................L 24-0 N12 Portsmouth High Alumni*..............W 11-0 N16 St. Anselm.............................................W 11-0 * - Game called after one half 1899 (4-2) No Coach No Captain Vermont................................................... W 6-5 O7 MIT...............................................................L 6-5 O11 at Andover Academy.......................... W 6-0 O14 East Rochester....................................... W 8-0 O18 Somersworth.......................................W 16-0 Boston College........................................L 6-0 1900 (1-4-1) No Coach No Captain S26 at Exeter Academy.................................T 0-0 S29 at Bowdoin.............................................L 32-0 O10 Andover Academy...............................L 10-0 O13 MIT......................................................................... O17 Exeter Academy....................................L 32-0 O29 Burdett................................................ W 18-11 N3 at Tufts.....................................................L 28-0 1901 (0-6) No Coach Capt: Jenness Dearborn S21 at Exeter Academy.................................L 6-0 S28 at Bowdoin.............................................L 48-0 O2 at Dartmouth.........................................L 51-0 O24 Colby........................................................L 12-0 O26 Boston College......................................L 17-0 Colby........................................................L 34-0 1902 (2-3-1) Coach: John Scannell Capt: Everett Davis S24 at Exeter Academy.................................T 0-0 O4 at Andover Academy..........................L 28-0 O11 at Bowdoin.............................................L 35-5 O18 at Dover Athletic Assoc....................W 23-0 O25 at Boston College...............................W 10-6 O29 Colby........................................................L 11-5 1903 (2-6-1) Coach: John Scannell Capt: Horace Pettee

S23 S26 O3 O10 O17 O24 O31 N7 N14

at Exeter Academy...............................L 21-0 at Maine...................................................L 18-0 at Bowdoin.............................................L 18-0 at Andover Academy..........................L 27-0 at Dover Athletic Assoc...................... W 6-0 Maine+.....................................................L 27-0 Bates+........................................................T 6-6 Worcester Tech+...................................L 15-0 Tufts+....................................................... W 6-0

1904 (2-5) Coach: G.B. Ward Capt: Horace Pettee S21 at Exeter Academy...............................L 15-0 S24 at Bates......................................................L 6-0 S28 at Tufts..................................................... W 4-0 O1 at Andover Academy..........................L 16-0 O8 at Colby....................................................L 23-0 O15 at Maine.....................................................L 6-0 O22 Worcester Tech+.................................W 18-4 1905 (2-4-2) Coach: Edward R. Herr Capt: Edwin Hardy S23 Rhode Island+....................................... W 6-0 S27 Bates+........................................................T 0-0 S30 at Brown..................................................L 16-5 O7 at Tufts.....................................................L 13-0 O14 at Massachusetts..................................L 15-0 O20 at Middlebury........................................ W 6-0 O21 at Vermont................................................T 0-0 O28 at Maine...................................................L 16-0 1906 (2-5-1) Coach: Edward R. Herr Capt: Henry Ingham S22 at Maine.....................................................L 7-0 S29 at Brown..................................................L 12-0 O6 at Massachusetts....................................T 0-0 O13 Colby........................................................L 15-0 O20 at Rhode Island...................................W 20-0 O27 Connecticut.........................................W 40-0 N3 at Bates....................................................L 11-0 N10 Vermont#................................................L 17-5 1907 (1-5-2) Coach: Edward R. Herr Capt: Charles Cone S20 at Norwich..............................................L 10-0 S27 at Brown..................................................L 16-0 O5 at Colby......................................................T 0-0 O9 Dartmouth..............................................L 10-0 O19 at Bowdoin............................................. W 5-0 O26 Bates.........................................................L 22-0 N2 Rhode Island............................................T 6-6 N9 Vermont...................................................L 34-0 1908 (1-7) Coach: Charles O. Gill Capt: Edson Sanborn S26 at Brown..................................................L 34-0 O3 Bowdoin..................................................L 15-0 O10 at Colby%..................................................L 6-0 O17 at Maine.....................................................L 6-4 O24 at Bates....................................................L 11-0 O31 Boston College....................................W 18-0 N7 Massachusetts#....................................L 13-9 N14 at Rhode Island.....................................L 12-0 1909 (3-4) Coach: Willard Gildersleeve Capt: Harold Read O2 at Holy Cross..........................................L 13-0 O9 at Maine...................................................L 16-0 O16 Bates.........................................................L 16-0 O23 Boston College....................................W 11-6 O30 at Vermont..............................................L 11-0 N6 Massachusetts#..................................W 17-0 N13 Rhode Island........................................W 11-5 1910 (2-3-1) Coach: Ray Thomas Capt: Benjamin Proud O1 Boston College....................................W 11-0 O8 Bowdoin..................................................L 23-0 O22 USS Tennessee....................................W 41-0 O23 at Bates......................................................L 5-0 O29 Massachusetts#......................................T 0-0 N12 at Rhode Island.......................................L 6-0 1911 (1-5-1) Coach: Ray Thomas Capt: Clarence Lowd S23 Bates...........................................................T 6-6 S30 at Brown..................................................L 56-0 O7 at Maine...................................................L 12-0 O14 at Springfield.........................................L 28-0 O21 Boston College....................................W 12-0 O28 Rhode Island............................................L 9-8 N4 Massachusetts#......................................L 8-0 1912 (3-4-1) Coach: Tod Eberle Capt: Phillip Jones S21 Norwich.....................................................T 0-0 O5 at Bates................................................. L 19-14 O12 at Tufts.....................................................L 22-0 O19 Worcester Tech...................................... W 7-6

O26 N2 N9

Lowell Textile.......................................W 19-0 at Rhode Island.....................................L 25-0 Massachusetts#....................................L 21-3 USS Washington................................... W 6-0

1913 (2-4) Coach: Tod Eberle Capt: William Brackett S27 at Bowdoin.............................................L 17-0 O4 at Tufts.....................................................L 52-0 O11 Bates...........................................................L 7-6 O18 Worcester Tech....................................W 45-0 N1 Rhode Island........................................W 12-0 N8 Massachusetts#....................................L 34-0 1914 (1-6-2) Coach: T.D. Sheppard Capt: Paul Corriveau S28 at Tufts.....................................................L 83-0 O3 at Colby....................................................L 66-0 O6 Fort McKinley..........................................T 0-0 O10 Worcester Tech...................................... W 2-0 O17 at Bates....................................................L 26-0 O24 Boston College......................................L 20-3 O31 at Rhode Island.......................................L 7-0 N7 at Vermont..............................................L 20-0 N14 Rhode Island#..........................................T 0-0 1915 (3-6-1) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Kyle Westover S25 at Bowdoin.............................................L 19-0 O2 at Colby....................................................L 18-0 O9 Connecticut.........................................W 18-0 O16 Bates......................................................... W 6-0 O23 at Middlebury........................................L 14-0 O26 Fort McKinley..........................................L 6-0 O30 Norwich................................................T 13-13 N6 at Vermont..............................................L 21-7 N13 at Worcester Tech...............................W 20-0 N20 at Rhode Island.....................................L 18-0 1916 (3-5-2) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Kyle Westover S23 at Dartmouth.........................................L 33-0 S30 at Maine.....................................................T 0-0 O7 at Colby....................................................L 13-0 O12 at Boston College.................................L 19-0 O14 at Bates......................................................L 7-0 O21 Norwich.................................................W 13-0 O28 Vermont+................................................L 13-9 N4 at Connecticut.....................................W 26-0 N11 Middlebury...............................................T 0-0 N18 Rhode Island........................................W 12-0 1917 (3-2-2) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Charles Broderick O13 Fort McKinley......................................W 23-0 O20 at Rhode Island.......................................T 0-0 O27 at Dartmouth.........................................L 21-6 N3 at Tufts.....................................................L 19-3 N10 Maine+...................................................W 27-0 N14 USS Des Moines.................................T 13-13 N17 Worcester Tech....................................W 57-0 1918 Schedule cancelled due to World War I 1919 (7-2) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Edward Graham S27 Connecticut.........................................W 13-0 O4 at Bates.................................................... W 3-0 O11 at Norwich............................................W 10-7 O18 at Vermont............................................W 10-0 O25 Lowell Textile.......................................W 12-2 N1 Massachusetts....................................... W 9-7 N8 at Worcester Tech...............................W 53-0 N15 Maine..........................................................L 7-3 N22 at Brown....................................................L 6-0 1920 (5-2-1) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Harold Leavitt O2 Bates.......................................................W 14-0 O9 at Boston University............................ W 7-0 O16 Vermont.....................................................L 7-0 O23 at Connecticut.....................................W 40-0 O30 at Massachusetts.................................. W 9-0 N6 Colby..........................................................T 7-7 N13 at Maine.................................................W 47-7 N20 at Holy Cross..........................................L 32-0 1921 (8-1-1) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Dutch Connor S24 USMC Portsmouth+..........................W 55-0 O1 at Army..................................................W 10-7 O8 at Dartmouth.........................................L 24-0 O15 Lowell Tech+........................................W 41-7 O22 at Vermont............................................W 21-7 O29 at Bates..................................................W 14-0 N5 at Colby..................................................W 24-7 N12 Massachusetts.....................................W 56-7

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Holy Cross#...........................................W 13-7 at Springfield...........................................T 0-0

1922 (3-5-1) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Earl Farmer S23 USMC Portsmouth.............................W 40-0 S30 Bates.......................................................W 21-7 O7 Norwich................................................... W 7-0 O14 at Cornell.................................................L 68-7 O21 at Army....................................................L 33-0 O28 at Massachusetts............................... L 12-10 N4 Vermont...................................................L 33-0 N11 Maine#.....................................................L 14-7 N18 Boston University..............................T 13-13 1923 (4-4-1) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Cy Wentworth S29 Middlebury.............................................L 21-0 O6 at Norwich............................................W 19-7 O13 Rhode Island........................................W 12-0 O20 Connecticut.............................................T 0-0 O27 Vermont#................................................L 28-7 N3 Lowell Tech...........................................W 47-0 N10 at Maine%...............................................L 13-0 N17 at Bates..................................................W 21-0 N24 at Brown....................................................L 6-0 1924 (7-2) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Cy Wentworth S27 Colby......................................................W 27-0 O4 Norwich.............................................. W 46-10 O11 at Rhode Island...................................W 17-6 O18 at Connecticut.........................................L 6-3 O25 Tufts#......................................................W 20-0 N1 at Lowell Tech......................................W 37-6 N8 Maine......................................................W 33-0 N15 Bates.......................................................W 30-0 N22 at Brown..................................................L 21-0 1925 (4-1-2) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Edward OユConnor O3 at Norwich............................................W 15-2 O17 Rhode Island........................................W 26-0 O24 Springfield...........................................T 10-10 O31 Tufts.......................................................... W 9-6 N7 Connecticut#.......................................W 17-3 N14 at Maine.....................................................T 0-0 N21 at Brown............................................... L 38-14 1926 (4-4) Coach: William Cowell Capt : John Callahan O2 at Bowdoin...............................................L 7-0 O9 Colby........................................................ W 6-0 O16 at Rhode Island..................................... W 7-6 O23 at Springfield...................................... L 24-14 O30 Connecticut#...........................................L 3-0 N6 at Tufts...................................................W 28-3 N13 Maine......................................................W 14-7 N20 at Brown............................................... L 40-12 1927 (0-7-1) Coach: William Cowell Capt: William Dane O1 at Colby......................................................T 0-0 O8 Bowdoin..................................................L 12-7 O15 Rhode Island....................................... L 20-18 O22 Connecticut#...........................................L 9-6 O29 Springfield..............................................L 10-0 N6 Tufts..........................................................L 39-0 N12 at Maine...................................................L 13-6 N19 at Brown............................................... L 31-13 1928 (3-2-3) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Lyle Farrell S29 Colby......................................................W 12-7 O6 at Boston University..............................T 0-0 O13 at Rhode Island...................................W 12-0 O20 Maine..........................................................L 7-0 O27 at Springfield......................................... W 6-0 N3 at Tufts.......................................................T 0-0 N10 Connecticut.............................................T 0-0 N17 at Brown..................................................L 20-0 1929 (7-2, Northeast Conf. Champs) Coach: William Cowell Capt: John Shea S28 at Colby..................................................W 20-7 O5 Boston University...............................W 24-6 O12 at Harvard...............................................L 35-0 O19 at Maine.................................................W 21-7 O26 Tufts........................................................W 18-2 N2 Lowell Tech...........................................W 52-7 N9 at Connecticut....................................... W 7-0 N16 Springfield............................................W 13-0 N23 at Brown..................................................L 14-7 1930 (5-2-1) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Kenneth Clapp O4 at Boston University.........................T 12-12 O11 at Lowell Tech......................................W 20-0 O18 Maine......................................................W 14-6

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS O25 Vermont.................................................W 59-0 N1 at Tufts.....................................................L 10-8 N8 Connecticut.........................................W 38-0 N15 at Springfield.........................................L 26-7 N22 at Brown.................................................. W 7-0 1931 (7-2, Northeast Conf. Champs) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Dick Eustis S26 Lowell Tech...........................................W 12-6 O3 Boston University................................. W 6-0 O10 at Harvard...............................................L 39-0 O17 at Maine.................................................W 13-7 O24 at Vermont............................................W 43-0 O31 Tufts.......................................................... W 9-0 N7 at Connecticut.....................................W 49-0 N14 Springfield......................................... W 26-13 N21 at Brown............................................... L 19-13 1932 (3-4-1) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Art Learmonth O1 at Boston University............................L 13-6 O8 at Harvard...............................................L 40-0 O15 Maine..........................................................T 7-7 O22 Vermont.................................................W 22-6 O29 Lowell Tech...........................................W 20-6 N5 at Dartmouth.........................................L 25-0 N12 at Springfield.........................................L 12-7 N19 Connecticut.........................................W 43-0 1933 (3-3-1) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Robert Haphey S30 Lowell Tech............................................. W 7-6 O7 Boston University...............................W 35-6 O14 at Harvard...............................................L 34-0 O21 at Maine................................................... W 6-0 O28 at Vermont..............................................L 13-0 N4 Tufts............................................................L 6-3 N11 Springfield................................................T 0-0 1934 (3-4-2) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Thomas Clarke S29 Lowell Tech............................................. W 8-6 O6 at Boston University*....................... L 13-12 O13 Bates...........................................................T 7-7 O20 Maine......................................................W 24-7 O27 Springfield................................................T 7-7 N3 at Tufts.....................................................L 26-0 N10 at Dartmouth.........................................L 21-7 N17 at Harvard...............................................L 47-3 N24 at St.Anselmユs................................... W 21-14 * - at Riverside, Mass. 1935 (2-5-1) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Milton Johnson S28 Lowell Tech...........................................W 26-0 O5 at Yale.......................................................L 34-0 O12 at Maine...................................................L 13-2 O19 at Springfield.........................................L 13-0 O26 at Boston College.................................L 19-6 N2 Boston University...................................T 0-0 N9 Tufts........................................................W 21-0 N16 at Harvard...............................................L 41-0 1936 (3-3-2) Coach: William Cowell Capt: Benjamin Lang S26 Lowell.....................................................W 66-0 O3 at Bates.................................................... W 9-6 O10 Maine........................................................L 27-6 O17 Boston College......................................L 12-0 O24 at Vermont............................................W 54-0 O31 St.Anselmユs.............................................L 31-2 N7 at Tufts.......................................................T 0-0 N14 Springfield................................................T 0-0 1937 (7-1) Coach: George Sauer S25 Lowell Textile.......................................W 20-0 O2 Bates.................................................... W 21-12 O9 at Maine.................................................W 13-0 O16 Colby......................................................W 33-0 O23 Vermont.................................................W 34-0 O30 at St.Anselmユs........................................L 13-6 N7 Tufts.......................................................... W 3-0 N13 at Springfield.......................................W 14-6 1938 (3-6) Coach: George Sauer S24 Lowell Tech.............................................L 20-0 O1 at Bates..................................................W 22-6 O8 Maine........................................................L 21-0 O15 at Colby......................................................L 6-0 O22 at Vermont..............................................L 20-0 O29 St.Anselmユs.............................................L 26-0 N5 at Tufts...................................................W 10-6 N12 Springfield................................................L 7-0 N19 at Connecticut.....................................W 10-0 1939 (3-5) Coach: George Sauer S30 Colby........................................................L 20-6 O7 Northeastern.......................................W 15-6 O14 at Maine.....................................................L 6-0 O20 at Springfield...........................................L 3-2 O28 Vermont.................................................W 22-7 N4 at Rutgers............................................. L 32-13 N11 Tufts........................................................W 13-6 N18 at Harvard...............................................L 46-0 1940 (5-3) Coach: George Sauer S28 at Colby................................................. L 21-19

O5 Bates.......................................................W 27-6 O12 Maine................................................... W 20-14 O19 Springfield............................................W 19-6 O26 at Vermont........................................... L 33-13 N2 at St.Anselmユs..........................................L 6-0 N9 at Tufts...................................................W 14-0 N16 Connecticut........................................... W 9-0 1941 (4-3-1) Coach: George Sauer S27 Lowell Tech...........................................W 53-6 O4 at Bates%..................................................L 7-6 O11 at Maine.....................................................T 7-7 O18 at Springfield.......................................W 14-6 O25 Vermont.............................................. W 40-18 N1 Norwich.....................................................L 6-0 N8 Tufts........................................................W 33-0 N15 at Boston University............................L 13-0 1942 (6-0) Coach: Charlie Justice O10 Maine......................................................W 20-7 O17 Springfield............................................W 20-7 O24 Rhode island..................................... W 14-13 O31 at Norwich......................................... W 16-13 N7 at Tufts...................................................W 13-6 N14 Northeastern.......................................W 18-0 1943, 1944, 1945 Schedule cancelled (due to World War II) 1946 (6-1-1) Coach: Biff Glassford S28 at Colby..................................................W 13-0 O5 Rhode Island..................................... W 25-12 O12 at Maine.................................................W 27-0 O19 Springfield..............................................L 14-6 O26 at Vermont............................................W 39-0 N2 Northeastern.......................................W 26-0 N9 at Boston University..........................W 13-7 N16 Connecticut........................................T 12-12 1947 (8-1, 4-0 Yankee Champions) Coach: Biff Glassford S27 Colby......................................................W 28-0 O4 at Rhode island・..................................W 33-7 O11 Maine・.....................................................W 28-7 O18 at Springfield.......................................W 21-7 O25 Vermont・................................................W 28-6 N1 at Northeastern..................................W 55-6 N8 Tufts........................................................W 34-0 N15 at Connecticut・...................................W 14-6 D6 at Toledo*............................................. L 20-14 * - Glass Bowl 1948 (5-3, 3-1 Yankee Champions) Coach: Biff Glassford O2 Rhode Island・.......................................W 19-7 O9 at Maine・................................................W 27-6 O16 Springfield..............................................L 23-0 O23 at Vermont・.............................................L 14-0 O30 Northeastern.......................................W 48-0 N6 at Tufts................................................ W 27-18 N13 Connecticut・........................................W 20-7 N20 Toledo................................................... L 28-14 1949 (4-4, 1-3 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston O1 at Rhode Island・............................... W 28-20 O8 Maine・.................................................... L 26-13 O15 at Springfield.......................................W 20-7 O22 Vermont・..................................................L 13-6 O29 at Northeastern............................... W 40-12 N5 Tufts........................................................W 25-0 N12 at Connecticut・.....................................L 27-7 N19 Toledo................................................... L 48-14 1950 (8-0, 4-0 Yankee Champions) Coach: Chief Boston S30 Champlain............................................W 62-6 O7 Rhode Island・.................................... W 27-14 O14 at Maine・................................................W 19-0 O21 Springfield............................................W 14-0 O28 at Vermont・...........................................W 47-0 N4 Connecticut・........................................W 21-7 N11 at Tufts................................................ W 33-19 N18 Kent State.............................................W 13-7 1951 (5-2-1, 1-2-1 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston S29 at Brandeis......................................... W 33-20 O6 at Rhode Island・....................................L 27-0 O13 Maine・.........................................................T 0-0 O20 at Springfield.......................................W 20-7 O27 Vermont・................................................W 54-6 N3 at Connecticut・.....................................L 20-0 N10 Tufts........................................................W 60-0 N17 at Kent State.......................................... W 7-0 1952 (3-4-1, 0-4 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston S27 at Upsala................................................W 13-7 O4 Rhode Island・.........................................L 27-7 O11 at Maine・..................................................L 24-7 O18 Springfield...........................................T 14-14 O25 at St.Lawrence.................................. W 28-19 N1 Connecticut・....................................... L 16-12 N8 at Massachusetts・.............................. L 25-13 N15 Kent State.......................................... W 23-21 1953 (6-2, 3-1 Yankee Champions) Coach: Chief Boston Capts: Jeep Munsey, Joe Regis S26 Upsala................................................. W 27-13 O3 at Rhode Island・............................... W 14-13 O10 Maine・.....................................................W 21-6 O17 at Delaware............................................L 48-0 O24 St.Lawrence..........................................W 34-0 O31 at Connecticut・.......................................L 6-0 N14 at Springfield......................................... W 7-6 N21 Massachusetts・................................. W 32-12

1954 (7-1, 4-0 Yankee Champions) Coach: Chief Boston Capts: Billy Pappas, Steve Mazur S25 at Bridgeport.......................................W 37-6 O2 Rhode Island・.......................................W 33-6 O9 at Maine・............................................. W 21-10 O16 Delaware.............................................. L 19-13 O23 at Brandeis............................................W 20-7 O30 Connecticut・........................................W 34-0 N6 at Massachusetts・............................ W 32-12 N13 Springfield............................................W 48-0 1955 (2-4-2, 1-1-2 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston Capts: Dick Gleason, Ed Murphy S24 Bridgeport............................................W 39-0 O1 at Rhode Island・.................................T 13-13 O8 Maine・.........................................................T 6-6 O15 at Delaware......................................... L 20-18 O22 Brandeis................................................ L 20-14 O29 at Connecticut・.....................................L 20-7 N5 at Springfield.........................................L 18-0 N19 Massachusetts・....................................W 21-7 1956 (3-4-1, 2-1-1 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston Capts: Alton Amidon, Billy Hall S29 at Dartmouth.........................................L 13-0 O6 Rhode Island・.......................................W 13-7 O13 at Maine・..................................................L 29-7 O20 Delaware.................................................L 14-6 O27 at Brandeis......................................... W 20-13 N3 Connecticut・............................................T 0-0 N10 Springfield........................................... L 40-14 N17 at Massachusetts・...............................W 28-7 1957 (0-7-1, 0-3-1 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston S28 at Dartmouth.........................................L 27-0 O5 at Rhode Island・................................. L 28-13 O12 Maine・.........................................................L 7-0 O19 at Delaware............................................L 59-6 O26 Brandeis...................................................L 27-0 N2 at Connecticut・.....................................L 18-0 N9 at Springfield.........................................L 28-6 N16 Massachusetts・........................................T 7-7 1958 (2-6, 0-4 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston S27 at Northeastern....................................L 13-0 O4 Rhode Island・...................................... L 20-13 O11 at Maine・..................................................L 14-0 O18 Delaware.............................................. L 36-14 O25 at Brandeis............................................W 18-8 N1 Connecticut・..........................................L 34-0 N8 Springfield......................................... W 43-20 N15 at Massachusetts・.............................. L 25-24 1959 (3-3-2, 1-2-1 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston S26 Northeastern.................................... W 33-14 O3 at Rhode Island・..................................W 45-0 O10 Maine・.........................................................T 7-7 O17 at Delaware......................................... L 50-12 O24 Brandeis.....................................................T 6-6 O31 at Connecticut・.................................. L 39-38 N7 at Springfield.......................................W 34-9 N14 Massachusetts・......................................L 19-6 1960 (4-3, 2-2 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston S24 at Dartmouth...........................................L 7-6 O1 Rhode Island・.......................................W 13-6 O8 at Maine・..................................................L 13-7 O15 Delaware............................................ W 31-14 O27 Connecticut・........................................W 17-9 N5 Springfield............................................W 28-6 N12 at Massachusetts・.............................. L 35-15 1961 (3-5, 1-3 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston S23 American Intn’l College.......................L 6-0 S30 at Dartmouth.........................................L 28-3 O7 at Rhode Island・..................................W 20-0 O14 Maine・.........................................................L 7-6 O28 Kings Point............................................. W 8-7 N4 at Connecticut・.................................. L 30-23 N11 at Springfield.................................... W 36-14 N18 Massachusetts・........................................L 9-7 1962 (7-0-1, 4-0-1 Yankee Champs) Coach: Chief Boston S29 at Colby............................................... W 18-14 O6 Rhode Island・...........................................T 6-6 O13 at Maine・................................................W 21-6 O20 Vermont・................................................W 19-6 O27 at Northeastern.................................... W 6-0 N3 Connecticut・.......................................... W 7-0 N10 Springfield.............................................. W 7-0 N17 at Massachusetts・............................ W 16-14 1963 (2-6, 1-4 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston S28 Colby......................................................W 49-0 O5 at Rhode Island・............................... W 25-13 O12 Maine・.......................................................L 28-8 O19 at Vermont・.............................................L 28-6 O26 Northeastern.........................................L 26-0 N2 at Connecticut・.....................................L 21-6 N9 at Springfield...........................................L 7-0 N16 Massachusetts・......................................L 48-2 1964 (1-6-1, 0-4-1 Yankee) Coach: Chief Boston S26 Dartmouth..............................................L 40-0 O3 Rhode Island・.........................................L 22-8 O10 at Maine・............................................... L 33-18 O17 Vermont・..................................................L 40-0 O24 at Northeastern................................. L 25-20 O31 Connecticut・............................................T 0-0 N7 Springfield......................................... W 16-14 N14 at Massachusetts・.................................L 47-0

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1965 (0-8, 0-5 Yankee) Coach: Andy Mooradian S25 at Dartmouth.........................................L 56-6 O2 at Rhode Island・....................................L 23-6 O9 Maine・.................................................... L 48-13 O16 at Vermont・.............................................L 23-7 O23 Northeastern...................................... L 26-13 O30 at Connecticut・.....................................L 27-0 N6 at Springfield...................................... L 43-13 N13 Massachusetts・......................................L 46-0 1966 (2-6, 1-4 Yankee) Coach: Joe Yukica S24 at Colby................................................. L 18-14 O1 Rhode Island・.........................................L 17-6 O8 Maine・.....................................................W 10-7 O15 at Vermont・.......................................... L 32-24 O22 at Northeastern................................. L 15-14 O29 Connecticut・....................................... L 15-14 N5 Springfield......................................... W 28-21 N12 at Massachusetts・.................................L 14-7 1967 (5-3, 2-3 Yankee) Coach: Joe Yukicas S30 Colby......................................................W 42-6 O7 at Rhode Island・....................................L 13-6 O14 at Maine・................................................W 17-0 O21 Vermont・................................................W 30-6 O28 Northeastern.................................... W 21-13 N4 at Connecticut・.................................. L 20-19 N11 at Springfield.......................................W 21-0 N18 Massachusetts・................................... L 14-13 1968 (6-2, 4-1 Yankee Champions) Coach: Jim Root S28 Dartmouth..............................................L 21-0 O5 Connecticut・..................................... W 17-10 O12 Maine・.................................................. W 42-17 O19 at Vermont・.......................................... L 12-10 O26 at Northeastern..................................W 26-3 N2 Rhode Island・.......................................W 27-6 N9 Springfield......................................... W 17-10 N16 at Massachusetts・...............................W 16-0 1969 (3-5, 1-4 Yankee) Coach: Jim Root S27 Dartmouth..............................................L 31-0 O4 at Connecticut・...................................W 14-6 O11 at Maine・............................................... L 20-18 O18 Vermont・..................................................L 27-7 O25 Northeastern.......................................W 26-8 N1 at Rhode Island・....................................L 14-6 N8 at Springfield.......................................W 14-8 N15 Massachusetts・......................................L 48-7 1970 (5-3, 3-2 Yankee) Coach: Jim Root S26 at Delaware......................................... L 53-12 O3 Connecticut・....................................... L 27-14 O10 Maine・.....................................................W 13-9 O17 at Vermont・...........................................W 27-0 O24 at Northeastern..................................W 33-7 O31 Rhode Island・.......................................W 59-7 N7 Springfield......................................... W 40-21 N14 at Massachusetts・.............................. L 24-14 1971 (4-4-1, 3-2 Yankee) Coach: Jim Root S25 Delaware.................................................L 40-7 O2 at Connecticut・.................................. L 28-21 O9 at Maine・............................................. W 24-14 O16 Vermont・................................................W 28-7 O23 Northeastern.......................................W 37-7 O30 at Rhode Island・..................................W 26-0 N6 at Springfield......................................T 24-24 N13 Massachusetts・................................... L 38-20 N20 at Boston University............................L 33-7 1972 (4-5, 2-3 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S23 Boston University............................ W 16-14 S30 at Dartmouth...................................... L 24-14 O7 Connecticut・..........................................L 10-7 O14 Maine・.................................................. W 17-14 O21 at Vermont・.......................................... L 28-17 O28 at Northeastern......................................L 9-7 N4 Rhode Island・.................................... W 14-10 N11 Springfield......................................... W 26-16 N18 at Massachusetts・.................................L 42-7 1973 (4-5, 2-3 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S22 Holy Cross...............................................L 31-0 S29 Dartmouth............................................W 10-9 O6 at Connecticut・.......................................L 7-3 O13 at Maine・................................................W 13-0 O20 Vermont・................................................W 19-7 O27 Northeastern.................................... W 17-14 N3 Rhode Island・...................................... L 40-16 N10 Springfield..............................................L 51-0 N17 at Massachusetts・.................................L 28-7 1974 (5-4, 3-3 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S21 Boston University・..............................W 28-0 S28 at Delaware......................................... L 34-10 O5 Connecticut・....................................... L 41-24 O12 Maine・.......................................................L 23-9 O19 at Vermont・........................................ W 38-21 O26 at Northeastern............................... W 34-14 N2 Rhode Island・.................................... W 29-14 N9 Springfield......................................... W 27-18 N16 at Massachusetts・.............................. L 27-17 1975 (9-3, 5-0 Yankee Champions) Coach: Bill Bowes S13 West Chester........................................W 24-0 S19 at Boston University・...................... W 21-20 S27 Delaware.................................................L 16-7 O4 at Connecticut・................................ W 14-10 O11 at Maine・............................................. W 24-15 O18 Northeastern・......................................W 56-7 O25 Central Connecticut..........................W 28-0

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS N15 Massachusetts・................................. W 14-11 N29 at Lehigh*.......................................... W 35-21 D6 Western Kentucky!...............................L 14-3 *-NCAA II First Round Playoffs !-NCAA II Semifinals (Rice Bowl) 1976 (8-3, 4-1 Yankee Champions) Coach: Bill Bowes S11 at Holy Cross........................................W 17-3 S18 Boston University・..............................W 13-0 S25 at Dartmouth...................................... L 24-13 O2 Connecticut・..................................... W 24-21 O9 Maine・.......................................................L 10-0 O16 at Central Connecticut.................. W 34-21 O23 at Northeastern............................... W 35-21 O30 at West Chester................................ W 27-10 N6 Rhode Island・.......................................W 31-6 N13 Massachusetts・....................................W 23-0 N27 at Montana State*............................. L 17-16 *NCAA II First Round Playoffs 1977 (8-2, 3-2 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S10 Holy Cross.......................................... W 27-14 S17 at Boston University・...................... W 26-14 S24 West Chester........................................W 26-0 O1 at Connecticut・...................................W 42-7 O8 at Maine・................................................W 54-7 O15 Central Connecticut..........................W 42-7 O22 Northeastern.................................... W 28-13 O29 at Rhode Island・................................. L 21-20 N5 at Springfield.......................................W 52-7 N12 Massachusetts・......................................L 19-6 1978 (6-4-1, 1-3-1 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S9 at Holy Cross....................................... L 19-14 S16 at Central Connecticut.................. W 36-13 S23 Boston University・................................L 15-5 S30 at West Chester...................................W 21-0 O7 Connecticut・..................................... W 25-17 O14 Maine・.........................................................T 7-7 O21 at AIC......................................................W 10-7 O28 at Northeastern............................... W 29-21 N4 Rhode Island・...................................... L 19-14 N11 Springfield......................................... W 56-35 N18 at Massachusetts・.................................L 34-7 1979 (5-4-2, 2-2-1 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S8 at Wayne State................................. W 24-14 S15 Holy Cross.......................................... W 26-17 S22 at Boston University・........................ L 41-28 S29 Dartmouth...........................................T 10-10 O6 at Connecticut・.......................................T 3-3 O13 at Maine・................................................W 23-0 O20 Lehigh......................................................L 16-3 O27 Northeastern.......................................W 20-8 N3 at Rhode Island・..................................W 21-6 N10 at Springfield...................................... L 34-14 N17 Massachusetts・......................................L 29-0 1980 (6-4, 2-3 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S6 Connecticut・....................................... L 20-10 S13 Wayne State...........................................L 17-7 S20 Boston University・................................L 27-9 S27 at Dartmouth.......................................W 24-7 O11 Maine・.................................................. W 19-13 O18 at Towson State..................................W 10-0 O25 at Northeastern............................... W 48-12 N1 Rhode Island・.................................... W 31-28 N8 Lafayette...............................................W 26-6 N15 at Massachusetts・.................................L 17-0 1981 (7-3, 2-3 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S12 AIC........................................................ W 28-13 S19 at Boston University・.........................W 10-8 S26 Towson State.................................... W 31-29 O3 at Connecticut・................................ W 28-24 O10 at Maine・............................................... L 26-16 O17 Lehigh................................................. W 13-12 O24 at Northeastern............................... W 24-17 O31 at Rhode Island・................................. L 14-12 N7 at Lafayette........................................ W 21-18 N14 Massachusetts・......................................L 20-9 1982 (4-6 1-4 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S4 at James Madison..............................W 28-6 S11 at Holy Cross..........................................L 28-0 S18 Boston University・........................... W 22-20 O2 Connecticut・....................................... L 20-17 O9 Bucknell................................................... W 3-0 O16 at Lehigh.............................................. L 20-17 O23 Northeastern.................................... W 24-22 O30 Rhode Island・...................................... L 23-20 N6 Maine・.................................................... L 31-14 N13 at Massachusetts・.................................L 27-0 1983 (7-3, 3-2 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S10 AIC...........................................................W 31-0 S17 at Boston University・...........................L 13-3 S24 Holy Cross............................................ L 42-30 O1 at Connecticut・.......................................L 9-7 O8 at Bucknell......................................... W 42-35 O15 Lehigh ............................................... W 52-28 O22 Northeastern.......................................W 24-7 O29 at Rhode Island・............................... W 14-13 N5 at Maine・.............................................. W 20-7 N12 Massachusetts・................................. W 35-10 1984 (9-2, 3-2 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S8 Maine・.................................................. W 21-13 S15 at Lafayette...........................................W 21-7 S22 Boston University・............................. L 21-20 S29 at Dartmouth.................................... W 38-10 O6 Connecticut・..................................... W 13-12 O13 Bucknell.............................................. W 17-16

O20 at Lehigh............................................ W 34-10 O27 at Northeastern..................................W 13-2 N3 Rhode Island・.................................... W 14-12 N10 at Holy Cross..................................... W 14-13 N17 at Massachusetts・.............................. L 14-10 1985 (6-4, 2-3 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S14 Lafayette.................................................L 20-7 S21 at Boston University・...................... W 27-13 S28 Dartmouth............................................W 23-7 O5 at Connecticut・...................................W 10-8 O12 at Bucknell............................................W 58-0 O19 Lehigh................................................. W 31-17 O26 Northeastern.................................... W 35-21 N2 at Rhode Island・................................. L 30-20 N9 at Maine・............................................... L 45-40 N16 Massachusetts・................................... L 21-17 1986 (7-4, 4-3 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S6 at Richmond・...................................... L 38-12 S13 at Delaware・...................................... W 28-21 S20 Boston University・..............................W 26-9 S27 at Dartmouth.................................... W 66-12 O4 Connecticut・..................................... W 42-19 O11 at Lafayette........................................ W 20-16 O25 at Northeastern............................... W 24-21 N1 Rhode Island・.................................... W 28-24 N8 Maine・.................................................... L 14-13 N15 at Massachusetts・.............................. L 38-31 N22 Colgate................................................. L 27-23 1987 (7-3, 4-3 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S5 Richmond・..............................................L 14-7 S19 at Boston Univ.・......................W 27-20 (3ot) S26 Dartmouth............................................W 41-3 O3 Delaware・........................................... W 45-21 O17 Northeastern.................................... W 24-16 O24 Lafayette............................................ W 21-19 O31 at Rhode Island・............................... W 28-14 N7 at Maine・%........................................... L 28-14 N14 Massachusetts・................................. W 17-10 N21 at Connecticut・.................................. L 31-21 1988 (6-5, 6-2 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S10 at Colgate..............................................W 21-7 S17 Connecticut・..................................... W 27-20 S24 at Maine・ ........................................... W 44-23 O1 Delaware・............................................. L 38-20 O8 at Richmond・.................................L 23-17 ot O15 at William & Mary.............................. L 33-31 O22 Northeastern.................................... W 15-10 O29 at Boston University・........................ L 23-21 N5 Villanova・...............................................W 58-7 N12 at Rhode Island・..................................W 17-9 N19 Massachusetts・................................... L 64-42 1989 (7-3, 5-3 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S9 at Maine・ ................................................L 24-7 S23 at Connecticut・.................................. L 24-10 S30 at Delaware・...................................... W 27-17 O7 at Northeastern............................... W 31-28 O14 Colgate............................................... W 17-10 O21 Richmond・............................................W 21-7 O28 Boston University・........................... W 38-35 N4 at Villanova・....................................... W 13-12 N11 Rhode Island・.......................................W 25-0 N18 at Massachusetts・.............................. L 34-28 1990 (7-3-1, 5-3 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S8 at Connecticut・................................ W 21-16 S15 Delaware・..............................................W 34-7 S22 at Maine・............................................ W 28-20 S29 Dartmouth...........................................T 21-21 O6 at Richmond・.......................................W 19-0 O14 at Colgate........................................... W 38-22 O20 Northeastern.......................................W 59-7 O27 at Boston University・........................ L 41-24 N3 Villanova・.................................................L 10-7 N10 at Rhode Island・................................. L 24-14 N17 Massachusetts・................................. W 36-18 1991 (9-3, 7-1 Yankee Champions) Coach: Bill Bowes S7 at Marshall........................................... L 24-23 S14 Connecticut・..................................... W 21-16 S21 Hofstra................................................ W 48-28 S28 Maine・.................................................. W 38-20 O5 at Delaware・...................................... W 45-28 O12 Richmond・............................................W 34-0 O26 at Northeastern............................... W 18-14 N2 Boston University・........................... W 45-26 N9 at Villanova・............................................L 33-7 N16 Rhode Island・.................................... W 42-35 N23 at Massachusetts・............................ W 35-28 N30 Samford* . ........................................... L 29-13 *-NCAA I-AA First Round Playoffs 1992 (5-5-1, 3-5 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S5 at Maine・............................................... L 27-24 S12 Connecticut・....................................... L 24-21 S19 at Lehigh............................................ W 28-14 S26 Dartmouth......................................... W 45-27 O3 Delaware・............................................. L 42-22 O10 at Richmond・.........................................L 15-7 O24 Northeastern......................................T 10-10 O31 at Boston University・...................... W 43-14 N7 Villanova・.............................................. L 27-21 N14 at Rhode Island・............................... W 20-13 N21 Massachusetts・................................. W 20-13 1993 (6-5, 4-4 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S4 at William & Mary.............................. L 27-14 S11 at Connecticut・........................L 24-23 (2ot)

S18 Richmond・......................................... W 31-20 S25 Maine・.................................................. W 63-13 O9 at Dartmouth.......................................W 14-7 O16 at James Madison・............................ L 45-21 O23 Northeastern.......................................W 21-6 O30 Boston Univ.・....................................... L 24-14 N6 at Villanova・....................................... W 45-14 N13 Rhode Island・.................................... W 51-33 N20 at Massachusetts・.............................. L 15-13 1994 (10-2, 8-0 Yankee Champions) Coach: Bill Bowes S10 at Northesatern..................................W 28-7 S17 James Madison・............................... W 27-24 S24 Connecticut・..................................... W 20-19 O1 at Hofstra.................................................L 28-6 O8 Massachusetts・................................. W 14-11 O15 Lehigh................................................. W 42-10 O22 at Maine・................................................W 24-7 O29 at Rhode Island・..................................W 13-7 N5 at Richmond・.................................... W 42-14 N12 Villanova・............................................ W 21-14 N19 at Boston Univ.・......................W 52-51 (2ot) N26 Appalachian State*.................. L 17-10 (ot) *-NCAA I-AA First Round Playoffs 1995 (6-5, 4-4 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S9 at Connecticut・.................................. L 21-23 S16 Rhode Island・.........................................L 7-10 S23 William & Mary・.....................................L 0-39 S30 at Lehigh............................................ W 35-14 O7 at Massachusetts・............................ W 32-29 O14 James Madison.................................. L 19-23 O21 Maine・.....................................................W 21-0 O28 Boston University ・.............................W 35-7 N4 at Richmond・...........................................L 3-7 N11 at Villanova・..........................................W 12-9 N18 Northeastern.................................... W 21-10 1996 (8-3, 6-2 Yankee) Coach: Bill Bowes S14 at Rhode Island................................ W 35-26 S21 Connecticut...................................... W 21-13 S28 at James Madison........................... W 39-22 O5 at William & Mary.................................L 31-7 O12 Lehigh.................................................. W42-27 O19 at Maine................................................ L 34-20 O26 Massachusetts.....................................W 40-7 N2 Richmond........................................... W14-13 N9 Villanova................................................W 34-0 N16 at Boston University....................... W 31-10 N23 at Northeastern................................. L 28-30 1997 (5-6, 5-3 Atlantic 10) Coach: Bill Bowes S6 Delaware.............................................. L 10-27 S13 at Rhode Island.................................. L 21-35 S20 William & Mary................................. W 24-22 S27 at Stephen F. Austin.......................... L 14-18 O4 at Massachusetts............................. W 28-10 O11 Hofstra.................................................. L 14-33 O18 at Northeastern................................. L 19-34 O25 Maine......................................................W 24-7 N8 at Villanova.......................................... L 20-23 N15 Boston University...............................W 38-0 N22 at Connecticut.................................. W 21-18 1998 (4-7, 3-5 Atlantic 10) Coach: Bill Bowes S5 at Northeastern....................................L 3-10 S12 at Maine................................................ L 28-52 S19 East Stroudsburg............................. W 70-10 S26 at Delaware............................................L 7-31 O8 Connecticut...................................... W 34-20 O10 Richmond............................................ L 13-22 O17 Northeastern...................................... L 28-35 O24 at William & Mary............................ W 31-19 O31 Massachusetts.................................... L 26-27 N7 at Hofstra.............................................. L 38-41 N14 Rhode Island.......................................... W 9-7 1999 (5-6, 3-5 Atlantic 10) Coach: Sean McDonnell S4 at Rhode Island・............................... W 37-14 S11 at Massachusetts・.............................. L 34-19 S18 James Madison・................................. L 35-28 S25 at Richmond・...................................... L 27-17 O2 Stephen F. Austin............................. W 38-28 O16 at Northeastern・.............................. W 33-21 O23 at South Florida.......................... L 42-41 OT O30 Villanova・.............................................. L 31-28 N6 Delaware・............................................. L 14-10 N13 AT Connecticut................................ W 43-18 N20 Maine・.................................................. W 31-20 2000 (6-5, 4-4 Atlantic 10) Coach: Sean McDonnell S2 at Hampton....................................... W 31-17 S9 Rhode Island・.................................... W 13-12 S16 Northeastern・......................................W 24-7 S23 Dartmouth......................................... W 42-21 S30 at James Madison・............................ L 24-13 O14 Richmond・........................................... L 31-10 O21 at Villanova・.......................................... L49-42 O28 Massachusetts・................................. W 24-16 N4 at Delaware・................................W 45-44 OT N11 Gardner-Webb................................... L 38-35 N18 at Maine・............................................... L 55-10 2001 (4-7, 2-7 Atlantic 10) Coach: Sean McDonnell S1 Hampton............................................ W 45-29 S8 James Madison・............................... W 26-19 S22 at Dartmouth.................................... W 42-38 S29 at William & Mary・............................. L 38-28 O6 Delaware・............................................. L 49-36 O13 at Massachusetts・............................ W 35-24 O20 at Rhode Island・................................. L 31-27 O27 at Hofstra・............................................ L 35-20 N3 Villanova・.............................................. L 38-35

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N10 at Northeastern・................................ L 34-11 N17 Maine・.................................................... L 57-24 2002 (3-8, 2-7 Atlantic 10) Coach: Sean McDonnell A29 at Kent State..........................................L 34-7 S7 at James Madison・............................ L 20-14 S14 Hofstra・................................................. L 52-28 S21 at Villanova・............................................L 45-3 S28 at Dartmouth.................................... W 29-26 O12 Richmond・......................................... W 20-19 O19 William & Mary・.................................. L 34-27 O26 at Delaware・...........................................L 21-9 N9 Massachusetts・................................. W 31-14 N16 Northeastern・..................................... L 49-17 N23 at Maine・............................................... L 31-14 2003 (5-7, 3-6 Atlantic 10) Coach: Sean McDonnell A30 Central Connecticut....................... W 70-20 S6 at Central Michigan.......................... L 40-33 S13 Villanova............................................... L 48-14 S20 at Rhode Island.................................. L 55-40 S27 Dartmouth......................................... W 42-17 O4 at Massachusetts............................... L 44-30 O11 Delaware.............................................. L 22-21 O18 at Richmond....................................... L 35-23 O25 at Hofstra............................................ W 38-17 N8 James Madison................................ W 20-17 N15 at William & Mary.............................. L 38-28 N22 Maine................................................... W 47-27 2004 (10-3, 6-2 Atlantic 10) Coach: Sean McDonnell S2 at Delaware....................................... W 24-21 S11 at Rutgers........................................... W 35-24 S18 William & Mary........................................L 9-7 S25 at Dartmouth.................................... W 45-24 O2 at Villanova........................................ W 51-40 O16 Massachusetts.................................... L 38-21 O23 Hofstra................................................ W 33-27 O30 at Northeastern............................... W 27-23 N6 at Rhode Island...................................W 27-3 N13 Towson................................................ W 62-24 N20 at Maine.............................................. W 50-36 N27 at Georgia Southern (NCAAs)..... W 27-23 D4 at Montana (NCAAs)........................ L 47-17 2005 (11-2, 7-1 Atlantic 10) Coach Sean McDonnell S3 :at UC Davis....................................... W 17-13 S17 at Towson........................................... W 62-21 S24 Dartmouth......................................... W 49-20 O1 Villanova............................................. W 41-17 O 8 at William & Mary.............................. L 42-10 O15 Rhode Island........................................W 53-9 O 22 Northeastern.................................... W 52-21 O 29 at Massachusetts............................. W 34-28 N 5 at Hofstra............................................ W 29-26 N 12 Iona College.........................................W 56-0 N19 Maine................................................... W 59-47 N26 Colgate (NCAA)................................ W 55-21 D 3 Northern Iowa (NCAAs).................. L 24-21 2006 (9-4, 5-3 Atlantic 10) Coach: Sean McDonnell S9 at Northwestern.............................. W 34-17 S 16 Stony Brook..........................................W 62-7 S 23 at Dartmouth.................................... W 56-14 S 30 at Delaware....................................... W 52-49 O 7 Richmond.......................................... W 27-17 O14 James Madison.................................. L 42-23 O 21 at Northeastern.......................... L 36-35 OT O 28 Hofstra...................................................W 10-6 N 4 Massachusetts.................................... L 28-20 N 11 at Rhode Island................................ W 63-21 N 18 at Maine........................................W 19-13 OT N 25 at Hampton (NCAAs)..................... W 41-38 D 2 at Massachusetts (NCAAs) ............ L 24-17 2007 (7-5, 4-4 CAA) Coach: Sean McDonnell S8 at James Madison............................. L 41-24 S15 at Marshall......................................... W 48-35 S22 Dartmouth......................................... W 52-31 S29 at Richmond....................................... L 45-38 O6 Delaware............................................. W35-30 O13 Iona...................................................... W 49-21 O20 at Hofstra...............................................W 40-3 O27 Rhode Island..................................... W 49-36 N3 Northeastern...................................... L 31-13 N10 at Massachusetts..................................L 27-7 N17 Maine................................................... W 39-14 N24 at Northern Iowa (NCAAs)............. L 38-35 2008 (10-3, 6-2 CAA) Coach: Sean McDonnell S6 at Army............................................... W 28-10 S13 at Rhode Island................................ W 51-43 S20 Albany................................................. W 32-24 S27 at Dartmouth.......................................W 42-6 O11 William & Mary................................... L 38-34 O18 at Northeastern............................... W 33-21 O25 Towson................................................ W 42-14 N1 Hofstra................................................ W 45-25 N8 at Villanova.......................................... L 24-13 N15 Massachusetts.................................. W 52-21 N22 at Maine.............................................. W 28-24 N29 at Southern Illinois (NCAAs)........ W 29-20 D6 at Northern Iowa (NCAAs)............. L 36-34

THE ADMINISTRATION Dr. Mark Huddleston - President Mark W. Huddleston is the 19th president of the University of New Hampshire. He brings three decades of experience in public and private higher education as a faculty member, dean, and senior administrator, most recently as president of Ohio Wesleyan University. His term at UNH commenced in July 2007. Huddleston began his academic career at the State University of New York-Buffalo in 1977 as an assistant professor of political science. He then joined the faculty of the University of Delaware in 1980, where he remained for the next 24 years. Dr. Huddleston chaired the Department of Political Science and International Relations and served as associate provost for international programs. He was named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in 2001, where he managed 45 academic departments and centers with nearly 900 fulltime faculty and staff, and served in that capacity until he was named president of Ohio Wesleyan University in 2004. Having received his bachelor’s degree in political science from SUNY-Buffalo, Huddleston went on to receive both a master’s degree and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. An author of numerous books and articles, he has been active as a consultant for both the U.S. government and international organizations. He also served as an advisor in Bosnia on rebuilding financial and administrative infrastructures after the Dayton accords. Huddleston was raised in Syracuse and spent 24 years at the University of Delaware in various capacities. For UNH he says, the best years are yet to come—and he is happy that he will be a part of that. “I like to think I’m a really accessible guy. I see students on a regular basis when I’m wandering around campus,” Huddleston says, acknowledging that, with 12,000 more students at UNH than at Ohio Wesleyan, it will be a different experience but not one he wants to disappear. “If I had wanted to be a CEO of a large company, tucked away in an office somewhere, I would have done that,” he says. “I think people here really want a president that they see and feel is a part of the fabric of UNH. That’s very appealing to me.” Huddleston and his wife, Emma Bricker, have three children, Andy, Kate, and Giles.

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THE ADMINISTRATION Marty Scarano - Director of Athletics Marty Scarano is in the midst of his 10th year as Director of Athletics at the University of New Hampshire. During his tenure, Scarano has heightened national exposure for UNH athletics with facility renovations and programmatic advancement being top priorities. There have been over $8.5 million in capitol improvements since his hiring in the summer of 2000. In the fall of 2008, the Paul Sweet Oval renovation was completed to include new surfaces, lighting, painting, infrastructure upgrades and the replacement of windows that existed in the original architecture. The total cost of the project exceeded $500,000. In the summer of 2007, the Cowell Stadium grass field was replaced with a $1 million Field Turf synthetic surface. Additionally in 2007, a complete renovation of Lundholm Gymnasium was undertaken. The $600,000 renovation included a new state-of-the-art bleacher system, new scoreboards, competition baskets and other aesthetic enhancements. Scarano brought about the completion of the $2.15 million Reggie Atkins Track and Field Facility in the summer of 2000. The addition of a center-ice scoreboard and message board at the Whittemore Center was completed in 2001. In 2002, UNH athletics renovated Memorial Field along with the Bigglestone Plaza and Bremner Field on the former Upper Field. The two fields, which feature state-of-the-art synthetic turf and lighting, were built at a cost of $1.5 million apiece. In addition, construction was completed to enlarge and improve the women’s locker rooms in the UNH Field House. Two other major improvements to benefit UNH’s studentathletes have been the renovation of the Jerry Azumah Performance Center for Strength and Conditioning, which features state-of-the-art strength and conditioning equipment, new offices and design, and a complete overhaul of the Student-Athlete Academic Center. Scarano and the University are also in the midst of the planning and fundraising for a multi-purpose outdoor facility. Scarano has focused on moving UNH athletics into the collegiate national arena. To accomplish that goal, UNH has taken on the task of hosting major NCAA championships. The Wildcat athletic department was host of highly-successful NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Northeast Regionals at the Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, N.H.) in 2004, 2007, 2009, and Manchester will once again be the site of the Northeast Regionals in 2011. UNH has had the opportunity to host two NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey Frozen Fours in the Whittemore Center in 2002 and 2005. In addition, UNH successfully hosted the 2007 NCAA Skiing Championships in Washington Valley, as well as the 2005 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Northeast Regional, which took place at the Whittemore Center. This past season, men’s and women’s ice hockey, football, the men’s and women’s ski teams and gymnastics, as well as members of men’s and women’s cross country and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams, all competed in the NCAA postseason. With all of these initiatives and accomplishments, UNH athletics has consistently been ranked in the top 90 programs among all Division I institutions in the battle for the NACDA Directors Cup, which is well ahead of nearly all of UNH’s conference opponents. Scarano’s many accomplishments during his tenure have played a key role in UNH being named one of the Top 20 Athletic Departments in the Country in U.S. News and World Report college athletics rankings in March 2002. UNH’s graduation rate for athletes has maintained levels at or exceeding 90 percent, which puts it among the nation’s best in Division I. The men’s ice hockey team won the regular season Hockey East title in 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2008, and then advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four in 2002 and 2003. The Wildcat women’s hockey team won the Hockey East Tournament Championship for the fourth straight season in 2009, which also included Frozen Four appearances in 2006 and 2008. The women’s gymnastics team won its first-ever EAGL title in 2003, when the event was hosted at the Whitt. The volleyball team won an America East crown in 2002 and 2003 and went on to the NCAA tournament in those same seasons. The field hockey team made the NCAA’s in 2000, while women’s lacrosse made “The Big Dance” in 2004 and again in 2008. UNH football returned to national prominence and was ranked No. 1 in the nation for parts of three seasons from 2005-07, and made it to the NCAA FCS playoffs the last five years, including the quarterfinals for three consecutive seasons. Additionally, 17 coaches have won 54 Coach of the Year awards during Scarano’s tenure. In 2007, Scarano was named the All-American Football Foundation Athletic Director of the Year for FCS football in the Northeast region. Scarano was also awarded the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA) AD of the Year for the FCS. Scarano also been an active member in the leadership of UNH’s three major conferences and was the chair of the executive committees for Atlantic 10 football, Hockey East and America East from 2003 to 2007. He also served as chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee in 2005-2006 and 2006-07. Scarano held the position of Athletics Director at Colorado College from July 1996 through June 2000. The college’s athletic program excelled both in and out of the classroom under his supervision and six different athletic facilities received renovations, including the Schlessman Pool, Washburn Field, the Carle Weight Room and a new press box at Stewart Field. During his tenure, Colorado College was ranked among the top 20 Division III programs in the Sears Cup national standings and produced several All-Americans, all-academic award winners and NCAA post-graduate scholarship recipients. During Scarano’s tenure at Colorado College, the men’s ice hockey team became a regular at the NCAA men’s ice hockey championships. Prior to his stay in Colorado Springs, Scarano worked for 13 years at Colgate University, where he served as assistant director of athletics, director of physical education, associate director, and senior associate director. Scarano, a native of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a 1978 graduate of Penn State University, where he started his athletic career as assistant ticket manager and the athletics events manager from 1980-83. Scarano holds a Master’s Degree in Environmental History from Colgate. He and his wife, Cydney, have two daughters, Lynden, a freshman at UNH, and Corey, and a son, Kyle. 2009 New Hampshire Football • 64 •

THE SUPPORT STAFF Academic Support/Joanne Maldari The University of New Hampshire is dedicated to enhancing the student-athlete’s ability to achieve academic excellence. Realizing the time commitment the athletes give to the school, the University administers a comprehensive program of academic support services that is available to all studentathletes. Serving as Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Support is Joanne Maldari, a 1990 graduate of the College of Holy Cross. Maldari holds a B.A. in Psychology-Premedical and went on to earn her Master’s degree in Counseling from Springfield College in 1993. Assisting her with her duties and with studentathlete tutoring is Cathy Kullen-Leach. Maldari has a wealth of experience in academic counseling. While working on her Master’s degree, Maldari served as an academic counselor for the Central Connecticut State University soccer team, and the Springfield College football team. Maldari also provided psychological assistance to injured athletes and advised trainers regarding client’s psychological adjustment to injury while serving as an athletic counselor for the Springfield College Training Room. Below is a look at UNH’s student-athlete academic center:

Sports Psychology/Tim Churchard Tim Churchard works with the UNH football team in the area of Sports Psychology. Churchard works on a one-on-one basis with student-athletes, helping them achieve maximum performance through psychological and psycho-physiological preparation. Churchard also spent seven seasons as a volunteer assistant coach for the successful UNH men’s ice hockey program. A multi-sport player while at UNH from 1963-65, Churchard was a running back for the football team under Chief Boston and Andy Mooradian and also played ice hockey under A. Barr “Whoop” Snively. He earned his undergraduate degree from UNH in Liberal Arts in 1967 before embarking on a career in education and human resource management/consultation. A native of Saugus, Mass., he earned his Master’s Degree in Education from Salem State in 1972 and a GAGS in Education in 1984 from UNH. Churchard began teaching at UNH in 1984, serving as an instructor in the education department. In addition to those duties, he has also been an instructor at UNH’s Whittemore School of Business and Economics since 1991.

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THE SUPPORT STAFF Strength and Conditioning/Paul Chapman Paul Chapman enters his ninth year as the strength and conditioning coach at the University of New Hampshire. During his tenure at UNH, he helped coordinate the building of the state-of-the-art Jerry Azumah Performance Center and his efforts have been key in guiding UNH athletes to NCAA appearances in football, men’s and women’s hockey, gymnastics, volleyball, women’s lacrosse, track and field and skiing. Chapman had been the director of strength and conditioning for the University of North Dakota from 1992-2001 and served there on an interim basis during the 1991-92 season. During his stint with the Fighting Sioux, he worked with head coaches to tailor sports specific strength and conditioning programs for 18 intercollegiate sports. He also oversaw and administrated four weight training facilities and supervised a staff of 10 assistants. His efforts were an integral part of a recent winning tradition at UND, as the football team was the Division II national champion in 2001, the men’s ice hockey team won a Division I national title in 2000 and 1997 and the women’s basketball team was the Division II national champion in 1997, 1998 and 1999. Chapman is a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (strength and conditioning coach certified), USA-Weightlifting (certified level 1 coach); the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and he was the state director of the National Strength and Conditioning Association in North Dakota from 1991-95. He has also authored four publications related to strength and conditioning and has trained and consulted several NFL, CFL and NHL athletes, and prospective athletes preparing for allstar games, bowl games and pre-draft testing. Chapman is a 1990 graduate of Dickinson State University in North Dakota with a B.S. degree in Biology. He then went on to earn a M.S. in Exercise Science from the University of North Dakota in 1994. An outstanding college athlete, Chapman was inducted into the Dickinson State Athletic Hall of Fame for his efforts on the gridiron. He was a two-time first-team All-American and a one-time secondteam All-American as a football player and was a four-year letter winner. Upon graduation, he was a fourth round draft choice of the Saskatchewan Rough Riders in the Canadian Football League. Chapman, 38, has a wife, Kimberly, and two children, Tyler and Brittani.

Athletic Training/Jon Dana and Cindy Michaud The Sports Medicine Department at the University of New Hampshire consists of six full-time, several interns, and part-time certified and licensed athletic trainers. Jon Dana, Director of Sports Medicine, has worked with the football team since 1988. Cindy Michaud, a former UNH student athletic trainer, has been with the football team since her return in 1999. Other full-time athletic trainers for the University are , Glenn Riefenstahl, Renee Kleszczynski and Dan Sedory. Sedory serves primarily as the Coordinator for the CAAHEP approved Athletic Training Curriculum. The Department works out of two locations, the Field House and the Whittemore Center, both athletic training rooms utilize currently available modalities including muscle stimulators, ultrasound, heat, cryotherapy, and hydrotherapy. The Certified Athletic Trainer provides a myriad of services to the department and the student-athlete. These include, but are not limited to, initial injury assessment and management, emergency injury/illness management, referral to appropriate professionals, interface with associated physicians and others, rehabilitation, counseling, administrative duties including insurance coordination, supervision of practices and games, development and implementation of emergency plans, as well as student athletic trainer supervision. The athletic training room is considered to be “a designated facility where comprehensive health care services are provided. Comprehensive health care services include practice and game preparation, injury/illness evaluation, first aid and emergency care, follow-up care, rehabilitation and related services.” (National Athletic Trainer’s Association Education Council).

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MEET THE STAFF

Yvette Auger

Nicole Ayer

Aaron Bailey

Melanie Brown

Nancy Brown

Administrative Assistant

Donna Brownell

Ticket Manager

Equipment Staff

Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant

Assistant Business Director

John Ciani Associate Director of Strength & Conditioning

Stephen Hardy Faculty Athletic Representative

Cathy Leach Academic Support

Brenda Mullaney Athletic Fundraising

Cathy Coakley Coordinator of StudentAthlete Development

Merry Jennison Administrative Assistant to the Athletic Director

Pat Madsen Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Finance

Doug Poole Associate Director of Media Relations

Dot Sheehan

Scott Stapin

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for External Relations

Director of Media Relations

Jon Dana

Carrie Doyle

Nick Drinker

Media Relations Assistant

Director of Sports Medicine

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Compliance/SWA

Athletic Fundraising

Carrie Kimball

Renee Kleszczynski

Assistant Athletic Director for Event Management

Athletic Trainer

Eric Coplin

Joanne Maldari

Liz McAllister

Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Support

Administrative Assistant

Amber Radzevich

Glenn Riefenstahl

Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Comm.

Athletic Trainer

Jenna Kubesch Wildcat Sports Properties

Neal Lavoie Equipment Staff

Paul Chapman Director of Strength & Conditioning

Maureen Gavin Media Relations Assistant

Ron Lavoie Athletic Facilities Supervisor

Steve Metcalf

Cindy Michaud

Jean Mitchell

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Internal Operations

Athletic Trainer

Facilities Manager

Marty Scarano Athletic Director

Brittany Sullivan

Jeff Tagliaferro

Jim Terenzio

Group Sales Coordinator

Wildcat Sports Properties

Athletic Grounds Supervisor

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Dan Sedory Athletic Training Education Coordinator

Amy Sheehan Administrative Assistant Athletic Fundraising

Tom Wilkins

Don Worden

Associate Director of Media Relations

Equipment Staff

THE AZUMAH PERFORMANCE CENTER As a starting tailback at the University of New Hampshire, Jerry Azumah ‘99 earned a reputation as an unstoppable record-breaker. By the time he graduated from the university and joined the Chicago Bears as a fifth-round draft pick, he had already smashed four NCAA Division I-AA career records and been awarded the Walter Payton Award for his outstanding achievement as the nation’s top offensive player. At the age of 25, he did it again. With a gift to fund the Jerry Azumah Athletic Performance Center, he was the youngest UNH alum on record to give a gift of more than $100,000 to his alma mater. The gift provided funding for the renovation and complete overhaul, including state-of-the-art equipment of the University’s strength and conditioning facility located in the UNH Field House. His National Football League profile will tell you that Jerry Azumah was 5- 11, weighed 195, and played defensive cornerback with the Chicago Bears,” says Marty Scarano, University of New Hampshire athletic director. “What those statistics miss is the size of Jerry Azumah’s heart. We are so proud to have Jerry’s name affiliated with the University of New Hampshire. Jerry was a leader while attending UNH and continues to set a great example as a graduate. “ Azumah is the son of Theophilius and Bertha Azumah, natives of Ghana, who now live in Worcester. He came to UNH in 1995 as a freshman, majored in sociology, and minored in justice studies. “My scholarship at UNH allowed me to pursue my interests in the classroom, build a successful college football career and changed my life on every level,” says Azumah. “I’m pleased to be able to make a major contribution to my university and to bring new opportunities to today’s student athletes.” During his four years at UNH, Azumah was an All-American tailback and has been referred to as a player who comes along once in a coach’s lifetime by Coach Bill Bowes. He holds numerous University records, including the record for touchdowns rushing (60) and touchdowns overall (69), and Division 1-AA records for rushing yards (6,193), all purpose yards (8,376) and points scored (424). He has had the six best and eight of the top ten UNH rushing games ever and holds the alltime Division 1-AA rushing record of 6,193 yards. At that time, he was the only runner in Division 1-AA history to have four 1,000-yard seasons. Azumah is one of the only players in the history of the NFL to make the transition from playing an offensive position to being a starting cornerback on the defensive side of the football In 2003 he became the only Wildcat to ever play in the Pro Bowl, where he excelled as a return specialist. He was a full-time starter at cornerback from 2001 through 2005 and made significant contributions on defense. Azumah holds the distinction of being the last Chicago Bear to score a touchdown at Soldier Field when he intercepted Donovan McNabb in a divisional playoff game vs. the Philadelphia Eagles and ran 39 yards for a touchdown on January 19, 2002. The play gave the Bears a 14-13 lead in the third quarter. Azumah announced his retirement from NFL football in 2006 due to injuries, but he continues to keep in touch with his alma mater and is always looking for new ways he can help the University, the athletic department and the Wildcat fooball program.

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THE FACILITIES Cowell Stadium/Mooradian Field The home of Wildcat football for the past 69 years is historic Cowell Stadium, located at the west end of the UNH campus in Durham.Thanks to a generous donation by Ed Fish, the field has had a facelift in the form of a brand new FieldTurf surface, which was installed prior to the start of the 2007 season. Known as Alumni Field until 1952, the stadium was made possible by contributions of the UNH Alumni and was the first project of the Alumni Fund in the history of the University. Dedicated as a part of the Lewis Fields on Oct. 10, 1936, the stadium replaced what is now Memorial Field, the current home for several Wildcat athletic teams. The largest crowd for a football game in Cowell Stadium dates back to 1977, when 20,000 watched the Wildcats fall to UMass, 19-6, in a showdown for the Yankee Conference crown. Named for the former Wildcat athletics director and football coach, William H.“Butch” Cowell came to Durham from the Haskell Institute in 1915 and proceeded to change the face of athletics at the University. Over the first 22 years of intercollegiate football, New Hampshire managed just 23 victories. At the end of his 22-year coaching career (1915-36), Cowell had amassed an 84-67-22 mark, including stunning upsets over Army, Holy Cross and Brown. A founder of the American Football Coaches Association, Cowell served as the organization’s president in 1925 and, until his death, served as the AFCA’s permanent secretary-treasurer (1925-40). On Oct.18, 1952, at the Homecoming game vs. Springfield College, the stadium was rededicated in Cowell’s honor during halftime ceremonies. UNH honored former athletics director Andy Mooradian by dedicating the playing field in his name during halftime ceremonies on Homecoming (1996). Mooradian was involved with Wildcat athletics for 45 years as a player, coach and administrator. Most recently, he served as UNH’s athletics director from 1966-86, guiding the program from the NCAA II level to Division I during his tenure. A national leader on the intercollegiate athletic scene, Mooradian was president of NACDA, the ECAC and the Yankee Conference and was a member of several prominent NCAA committees.

The James H. “Red” Hayes Locker Room Solely for the use of the football players and staff is the James H. “Red” Hayes Football Locker Room, located on the bottom level of the Field House adjacent to Cowell Stadium. Constructed in 1988, the locker room was a gift of Red Hayes (‘32), a former Wildcat player under legendary coach William Cowell who went on to a successful business career and gave distinguished service to the State of New Hampshire. The locker room features 110 separate lockers that accomodates each player’s equipment and uniform, as well as a players’ lounge. Adjacent to the locker room area, the lounge serves as a study and meeting area. Players can unwind in front of a large screen TV, complete with plush furnishings and a “stadium” seating area.

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UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE The University of New Hampshire is a public land-, sea-, and space grant university serving an undergraduate population of 13,061 undergraduate and graduate students. A rising star among research universities, the UNH retains the look and feel of a New England liberal arts college with a faculty dedicated to teaching. Athletic Department Mission UNH student-athletes participate in 20 men’s and women’s varsity sports and can be found among all seven schools and colleges of the University, including over 2,000 courses in more than 100 majors. The mission of the intercollegiate athletics program at UNH is to provide opportunities for these studentathletes to enrich their collegiate experience through participation on athletic teams which are competive at the conference level and beyond. The intercollegiate athletic program also has an important role in enriching the quality of life for the University and statewide community, and as a source of pride and encouragement for support of the University, while maintaining high standards of academic excellence. (See statement below). History One of the most prestigious institutions in the Northeast, the University of New Hampshire has long been recognized as a leader in education and research. Founded in 1866 as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, UNH was among the early state institutions of higher education whose formation was made possible by federal government land grants. The grants were provided to establish colleges to serve the sons and daughters of farming and laboring families. First situated in Hanover, N.H., in connection with Dartmouth College, New Hampshire College moved to Durham in 1893 after Benjamin Thompson, a prosperous farmer, bequeathed land and money to further the development of the college. In 1923, the state legislature granted it a new charter as the University of New Hampshire. Experiencing tremendous growth, the University now enrolls nearly 14,000 students from nearly all 50 states and 58 countries

University of New Hampshire Athletic Department Mission Statement and Diversity Statement The mission of the intercollegiate athletics program at the University of New Hampshire is to provide student-athletes a collegiate experience that is enriched by their participation in programs which are competitive at the NCAA Division I level both regionally and nationally. The intercollegiate athletics program also plays an important role by enhancing the quality of life for the University and statewide community by being a source of pride and identification with the University while always maintaining high standards of academic scholarship and integrity. To fulfill its mission, the intercollegiate program must: 1. Provide student-athletes every opportunity to meet academic and athletic demands with the goal of graduating every student-athlete. 2. Provide resources necessary to field competitive teams with league affiliations, and to gain regional and national recognition. 3. Provide equitable opportunities for all intercollegiate athletics by the active recruitment of minority athletes, and provide equitable opportunities for all women student-athletes commensurate with that of their male counterparts. 4. Provide excellent facilities for all athletes to train, practice and play. 5. Conduct all operations within state and federal law, University policies, rules of the NCAA, and athletics conferences in which the University competes. Diversity Statement 1. The University seeks excellence through diversity among its administrators, faculty, staff, and students. The university prohibits discrimination on thebasis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. The University of New Hampshire is committed to creating a more diverse community, knowing that “inclusion, diversity and equity are values inextricably linked to our mission of educational excellence.” This diversity strengthens our ability to reach our individual and collective potential and to provide better services and care for all faculty, staff, and students.

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UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE in undergraduate and graduate programs. At the heart of the University’s undergraduate studies is the General Education Program, a core program with a breadth of academic subjects. The GEP aims to acquaint the student with some of the major modes of thought necessary to understand oneself, others, society and the world. Campus In recent years, several athletic facilities have received major upgrades and overhauls, including the Lundholm Gymnasium basketball and volleyball court. The University also completed a new $2.15 million track and field facility on September 1, 2001. Other additions have been two brand new $1.5 million outdoor artficial fields, Memorial Field and Bremner Field. One of the most recent additions was the Jerry Azumah Performance Center located in the UNH Field House. The brand new strength and conditioning facilty was dedicated on July 8, 2003. In recent years, the University completed a $15 million science and engineering building (Morse Hall) and a $4.5 million renovation of Hewitt Hall to expand the School of Health and Human Services. The University has also has completed construction on four capital construction building projects recently. A renovation of Dimond Library was completed. At a cost of $31.1 million, the new 120,000 square foot Biological Sciences Building (Rudman Hall) and the Spaulding Life Sciences Renovation project provide state-of-the-art teaching and research laboratories. The $8.2 million renovation project for the Memorial Union Building modernized the existing student union building to include kitchen and dining facilities, two theaters, student mailboxes, lounges and meeting rooms and the Bookstore. Most recently Holloway Commons Dining Hall was completed and provides students with one of the finest on-campus dining facilities in the nation. In November of 1995, construction reached completion on the Whittemore Center, a $27 million Recreation and Sports Complex. This project included a state-of-the-art 6,000 to 7,500 seat arena used for hockey, basketball, gymnastics,concerts and convocations, as well as a new three-level recreational sports facility within the structure which had housed Snively Arena. UNH is home to the NASA-recognized Space Science Center; the Institute for Study for Earth, Oceans and Space; and the Institute of Marine Science and Engineering. The English program is staffed by winners of the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the MacArthur Fellowship, the Edgar Allen Poe Award and the Young Poets Award. The Whittemore School of Business and Economics, established in 1962, is consistently ranked near the top among all business schools in a nationwide poll of business school deans.

Distinguished Alumni Jerry Azumah ‘99 Former NFL Pro Bowler, Chicago Bears

Ty Conklin ’01 NHL Player, Detroit Red Wings

Jason Krog, ‘99 AHL Player, Manitoba Moose

Mike O’Malley ’92 Actor, “Yes, Dear”

David Ball ’07 CFL Player, Montreal Alouettes

Gary DeStefano ’78 President, Nike Team Sports

Kathryn Kross ’82 Producer, “ABC Nightline”

Peter Paul ’67 Owner, Paul Financial & Peter Paul Wines

Susan Blanchard Ryan ’89 Star of movie “Open Water”

Jack Edwards ’79 Announcer, Boston Bruins (NESN)

Richard Linnehan ’80 NASA Astronaut

Andy Brickley ’82 Former NHL Player & Current Analyst, Boston Bruins (NESN)

Carlton Fisk ’69 Hall of Fame Baseball Player

Jackie MacMullan ’82 Journalist, ESPN & ESPN.com

Corey Graham ’07 NFL Player, Chicago Bears

Mike Minnigan ’78 Vice President, AOL

John Irving ’65 Author, “Cider House Rules”

Mark Mowers, ‘98 Former NHL Player, Boston Bruins

Natalie Jacobson ’65 Former News Anchor, Boston TV

Ron Noble ’79 Secretary General, Interpol

Karyn Bye ’94 1998 Olympic Gold, Ice Hockey Marcy Carsey ’66 Producer, Cosby Show & That 70’s Show

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Ricky Santos ’07 CFL Player, Montreal Alouettes Robert Towse ’63 Senior Partner, Morgan Stanley Barbara Walsh ’81 Pulitzer-prize winner, Portland Press Herald

UNH PLAYERS IN THE NFL WILDCATS5thIN THE NFL round Bears 1998-2005

TB Jerry Azumah (ヤ95-ユ’98)

Randal Williams Jaguars, Cowboys, Raiders

Corey Graham Chicago Bears (2007-)

WR David Ball (‘03-’07) Free agent Bears 2007, Jets 2008 OL-Jason Ball (ヤ’98-ユ’01) Free agent Chargers 2002-2004 DB-Etienne Boulay (‘02-’05) Free agent Jets 2008 QB Chris Bresnahan (‘95-ユ’96) Free agent Patriots 1996 WR Aaron Brown (‘04-”07 Free agent Bills 2007 LB Scott Curtis (‘84-’87) Free agent Eagles 1988 Broncos 1989-90 LB Steve Doig (‘78-’81) 3rd round Lions 1984-85 Patriots 1986-87 C Pat Downey (‘93-9’7) Free agent Chargers 1997 OT John Driscoll (‘84-’87) 12th round Bills C Paul Dufalt (‘82-’84) Free Agent Giants OG John Flanagan (‘82-’84) Free Agent Broncos DL Joe Fleming (‘91-’94) Free Agent Browns 1995 Bears 1999-2001 DE Mike Foley (‘92-’95) 5th round Cardinals 1996 WR David Gamble (‘90-’93) Free Agent Broncos 1996 RB Andre Garron (‘82-’85) Free Agent Chiefs 1986 LB Dwayne Gordon (‘89-’92) 8th round Dolphins 1993 Falcons 1994 Chargers 1995 New York Jets 1997-2000 DB Corey Graham (‘03-’07) 5th round Bears (2007-) LB Bruce Huther (‘73-’76) Free agent Cowboys 1977-80, 1983 Browns 1981 Bears 1982 LB Ilia Jarostchuk (‘83-’86) 5th round Cardinals 1987, 1989 Dolphins 1988 Patriots 1990 QB Bob Jean (‘85-’88) 10th round Bengals 1989 TE Tom Johnson (‘83-’87) Free Agent Giants 1988 OL Ken Kaplan (‘78-’82) 6th round Buccaneers 1984-85 Saints 1987 Dutch Knox (‘30-’34) Lions OL Greg Krause (‘94-’98) Free agent Bengals 1998 FB Dan Kreider (‘95-’99) Free Agent Steelers (1999-) DT Paul Lindquist (‘58-’61) 8th round Patriots 1961 FB Lee McClinton (‘90-’94) Free Agent Dolphins 1995 DL Brian O’Neil (‘83-’85) Free Agent Dolphins Raiders LB Dave Rozumek (‘72-’75) 12th round Chiefs 1976-79 LB Dwayne Sabb (‘88-’91) 6th round Patriots 1992-95 Rams 1997 QB Ricky Santos (‘03-’07) Free Agent Chiefs 2008 OL Brian Saranovitz (‘83-’85) Free Agent Patriots RB Avrom Smith (‘91-’94) Free Agent Bears 1995 QB Jim Stayer (‘91-’94) Free Agent Patriots 1994 OL Ryan Ward (‘96-’00) Free Agent Bears 2001 WR Randal Williams (‘96-’00) Free Agent Jaguars 2001 Cowboys 2002-2007

Dan Kreider, Pittsburgh Steelers (2000-

Jerry Azumah, Chicago Bears (1998-2005)

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