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NEW HAMPSHIRE Nestled in New Hampshire’s seacoast region, the UNH campus offers a pleasing mix of classic and modern buldings and college greens that gradually gives way to 2,600 acres of woods, fields, and farms.

The University prides itself as being a Top-10 entrepreneurial campus (Forbes.com and The Princeton Review). The Whittemore School of Business and Economics was recently selected second among all business schools in a nationwide pool of business school deans.

Students who choose UNH often do so because of the seemingly endless options offered through an accessible system of schools and colleges. UNH offers literally thousands of courses in more than 100 majors. UNH is one of the leading research schools on the East coast. A land-, sea- and space grant university, our University engages under graduates in the intellectual excitement of research.

The Wildcat sculpture, commissioned by the UNH alumni association, was created by Matthew Grey Palmer and is displayed on Main Street in front of the Whittemore Center and Memorial Field.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

2013 UNH WILDCATS FOOTBALL GUIDE Quick Facts & General Information

Media Information................................................................ 2-3 Media List................................................................................ 2 Wildcat Sports Radio Network................................................ 3 Wildcat Football on TV............................................................ 3 Directions to Cowell Stadium.................................................. 3 2012 Results............................................................................. 4 2013 Schedule..................................................... (back cover) 4 University and Football Quick Facts....................................... 4

Head Coach Sean McDonnell............................................... 5-6 Assistant Coaches................................................................. 7-9

Depth Chart............................................................................ 10 Season Preview................................................................. 11-14 Numerical Roster.............................................................. 15-16 Alphabetical Roster........................................................... 17-18 Returning Letterwinners & Redshirt Freshmen................ 19-42 Incoming Freshmen & Newcomers.................................. 42-43

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PREVIEW

COACHES

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15 THE WILDCATS

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Coaching Staff

The 2013 Wildcats

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REVIEW

HISTORY

UNH

The 2012 Season in Review

Game Summaries.............................................................. 44-49 Statistics............................................................................ 50-52

The Colonial Athletic Association (CAA)

About the CAA....................................................................... 53 2012 CAA Standings.............................................................. 53 Past Conference Champions.................................................. 53 2013 Composite Schedule...................................................... 54 2012 All-Conference teams.................................................... 54

Record Book..................................................................... 56-58 Top 10 Single-Season & Career Efforts................................. 58 Series Records vs. Opponents................................................ 59 Year-by-Year Results......................................................... 60-62 Wildcat Honor Roll........................................................... 63-64 UNH Wildcats in the NFL...................................................... 73

UNH Football History

The University of New Hampshire

Linebacker Matt Evans became UNH’s all-time tackler leader when he surpassed Steve Doig (right) during the Wildcats’ 28-25 win against William & Mary on Nov. 3, 2012. Evans finished his career with 460 tackles. Doig’s mark of 434 had stood since 1981.

President Dr. Mark Huddleston.............................................. 65 Athletics Director Marty Scarano.......................................... 66 Support Staff..................................................................... 67-68 Jerry Azumah Performance Center........................................ 69 Facilities................................................................................. 70 About UNH....................................................................... 71-72

ON THE COVERS

FRONT: Members of the Wildcat 2013-14 senior class (designed by Asia Williams) INSIDE FRONT: We are UNH (designed by Anthony DeAngelis) INSIDE BACK: UNH in the NFL (photos courtesy: Arizona Cardinals (Kyle Auffray); Baltimore Ravens/Phil Hoffman (Corey Graham); Philadelphia Eagles (Chip Kelly); Seattle Seahawks (Jared Smith) BACK: 2013 Schedule (photo by Ryan Szepan)

CREDITS

The 2013 UNH football media guide was written and designed by the UNH Athletic Communications office on iMac computers utilizing Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. Photos by Michelle Bronner, Earl Frost, Greg Greene, Mike Gridley, Ryan Szepan, Gil Talbot and UNH Photo Services.

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The Wildcats won a share of the 2012 CAA championship. It was the second league title of the Coach Mac Era (2005).

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MEDIA INFORMATION

The 2013 University of New Hampshire Football Media Guide was prepared by the University of New Hampshire Athletic Communications Office to assist all media outlets in their coverage of Wildcat football and to provide pertinent information concerning the New Hampshire football program. Requests for additional information, interviews and photographs should be directed to Mike Murphy, Associate Director of Athletic Communications, Field House, Room 151, 145 Main Street, Durham, NH 03824; mike. murphy@unh.edu or (603) 969-0774. GAME CREDENTIALS: Only accredited members of the media will receive credentials for any game. Requests for credentials should be made by 12 p.m. on the day prior to the game. No requests will be honored after that time. Credentials at Cowell Stadium may be picked up 90 minutes prior to kickoff at the Will Call table, located in the front lobby of the UNH Field House, adjacent to the entrance to Lundholm Gymnasium. Credentials should be requested through Mike Murphy in the Athletic Communications Office at (603) 969-0774 or mike.murphy@unh.edu. A valid form of identification is required to pick up media credentials.

internet is available in the press box for your use. Members of the UNH Athletic Communications staff will be on hand to assist on game day. INTERVIEWS: All requests for player or coach interviews, either in person or via phone or e-mail, must be arranged by the New Hampshire Athletic Communications Office. Postgame interviews with both coaches and players will take place 10 minutes after the game in Field House Room 5, located a short distance from the press box. Postgame interviews will be coordinated by the Athletic Communications Office at Cowell Stadium. On the road, the UNH Athletic Communications Office will be available to arrange Wildcat interviews. The UNH locker room is closed to the media.

PHOTO AND FILM CREDENTIALS: All photo and game film credentials should be requested as early as possible, and no later than 12 p.m. one day prior to the game. No photo credentials will be approved on the day of the game. Per NCAA regulations, photographers and video crews may only work the sidelines between the 25-yard line and the end zone in both directions. Photographers and film crews on the sidelines and end zones assume the responsibility for all risks. RADIO: Credentials for visiting radio will be limited to three persons unless prior arrangements have been made. Two visiting radio phone lines are provided by the University of New Hampshire Athletic Communications Office. There are two free phone lines available to a visiting commercial station. Any student radio stations wishing to broadcast the game need to make arrangements in advance, but there is no guarantee of a free phone line being available for student stations. For additional information on reserving phone lines, please contact Mike Murphy in the Athletic Communications Office at (603) 969-0774 or mike.murphy@unh.edu.

Tom Wilkins

Associate Athletic Director for Communications tom.wilkins@unh.edu

Doug Poole

Associate Director of Athletic Communications doug.poole@unh.edu

Mike Murphy

Associate Director of Athletic Communications mike.murphy@unh.edu

PRESS PARKING: Reserved press parking is available in the press parking lot located in the A Lot parking area across the street from the Field House. Your media pass also serves as a parking pass. If you are picking up your credential on game day, please coordinate parking with Mike Murphy at (603) 969-0774 or mike.murphy@unh.edu. PRESS BOX GAME SERVICES: Pregame notes and fact sheets, depth charts, current statistics, flip cards and programs will be available prior to the start of each New Hampshire home game. Halftime statistics, as well as complete play-by-play, final team and individual statistics, will be provided to the media following the game. Wireless

Jared Fieldsend

Director of UNH Wildcat Productions jared.fieldsend@unh.edu

Alex Comeau

Assistant Director of Athletic Communications alex.comeau@unh.edu

Jon Luszcz

Assistant Director of Athletic Communications jon.luszcz@unh.edu

PRIMARY MEDIA LIST Papers/Wire Service Associated Press 2 Capital Plaza, Suite 400 Concord, NH 03301 (603) 224-3327

Foster’s Daily Democrat 333 Central Ave. Dover, NH 03820 Mike Whaley (603) 742-4455

Nashua Telegraph P.O. Box 1008 Nashua, NH 03061 Alan Greenwood (603) 594-6467

Boston Globe 135 Morrissey Blvd Boston, MA 02125 Craig Larson (617) 929-2860

Keene Sentinel 60 West St. Keene, NH 03431 (603) 352-1234

The New Hampshire Memorial Union Building Durham, NH 03824 Nick Stoico (603) 862-1490

Boston Herald One Herald Square Boston, MA 02118 John Connolly (617) 426-3000

Eagle-Tribune 100 Turnpike St. Bill Burt N. Andover, MA 01845 (978) 946-2227

Portsmouth Herald Portsmouth, NH 03801 Frank Coppola (603) 436-1800

Concord Monitor P.O. Box 1177 Concord, NH 03302 Tim O’Sullivan (603) 224-5301

Union Leader P.O. Box 9555 Manchester, NH 03105 Vin Sylvia (603) 668-4321

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Radio/TV ESPN-NH 1250/900 AM Nashua, NH 03060 Matt Perrault (603) 880-9001

WGIR-AM 610 Manchester, NH 03105 Erin Boss (603) 625-6915 WQSO-FM 96.7 Portsmouth, NH 03801 Jeff Pierce (603) 430-9415 WHEB-FM 100.3 Portsmouth, NH 03802 Jeff Pierce (603) 463-7300 WKXL-AM 1450 Concord, NH 03301 Chris Ryan (603) 225-5521 WTPL-FM 107.7 Bow, NH 03304 Bob Lipman (603) 545-0777

WTSN-AM 1270 P.O. Box 400 Dover, NH 03821 Justin McIsaac (603) 742-1270 WUNH-FM 91.3 MUB Arjuna Ramgopal Durham, NH 03824 (603) 862-2541 WMUR-TV (ABC/9) Manchester, NH 03015 Jason King, Jamie Staton (603) 641-9007 Comcast SportsNet N.E. Burlington, Mass. 01803 NESN Watertown, Mass. 02472 (617) 536-9233

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MEDIA INFORMATION UNH Football on Radio

Bob Lipman

Chris Chandler

Wildcat Sports Properties, a property of Learfield Sports, is the multimedia rights holder for UNH Athletics. The Wildcat Sports Network consists of flagship station WGIR-AM 610 in Manchester, N.H., which has been the headquarters for UNH play-by-play since 2008, and affiliates: The Wave (96.7 WQSO-FM) in Portsmouth; The Sports Animal (930 WPKX-AM) in Rochester; WNTK-FM 99.7 (New London), WZEI-FM 101.5 (Concord, Meredith) and WSMN-AM 1590 (Nashua). Each game is streamed live online at www.unhwildcats.com. Bob Lipman, a three-time and reigning N.H. Sportscaster of the Year, begins his second season as the Voice of the Wildcats and third season with the Network in 2013. Lipman is the longtime voice of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats baseball team and former voice of Dartmouth College football. Chris Chandler, a UNH wide receiver from 2006-11, enters his second season as color commentator. Chandler made 18 of his 31 career receptions in 2011, and the two-time CAA Academic All-Conference Team member earned the Wildcats’ 2011-12 Eugene K. Auerbach Student-Athlete Award. All games will be broadcast live, with the pregame show beginning 30 minutes prior to kickoff. Subscribers to UNHWildcats.TV, available for home games, receive the added benefit of Wildcat Sports Radio Network audio during select home webcasts.

UNH Football on Television UNH football will be on television three times this season as part of the CAA television package. Times are Eastern, and dates and opponents are subject to change. The complete TV schedule is available at CAAFootball.com. 2013 Televised Games (tentative) Oct. 5 at Towson* Comcast SportsNet Oct. 19 vs Villanova* Comcast SportsNet Nov. 9 vs James Madison* NBC Sports Network

Directions to Cowell Stadium From the South: Take 95 North to 91 North (at New Haven, Conn.). Take 91 North to 84 East at Hartford. Follow 84 East through Connecticut to the Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90). Stay on the Mass Pike for 10 miles before taking the exit for Auburn/Worcester and 290 East. Proceed east on 290 until it ends and merges with 495 North -- stay in the left lanes to exit to 495 North. Continue on 495 North -- it will end and merge with 95 North. Proceed on 95 North into New Hampshire and continue on to the toll booth. From the toll, go approximately seven miles to Exit 4 for the Spaulding Turnpike (Route 4 West) -- signs that read “NH Lakes and White Mountains,” and “Dover/Concord.” Exit to the left. Go about four miles and take the last exit before the toll (Exit 6W) for Concord and Durham. At this point, you are still on Route 4 West. Go approximately four miles and continue straight through a traffic light (Madbury Road), and proceed another 1 1/2 miles to the Route 155A exit, marked “University of New Hampshire.” Take a left turn off the ramp and proceed one mile to Field House, which is on the right at the top of the hill. From Maine: Follow 95 South to Spaulding Turnpike (Route 4 West) and continue as above. From the West (Vermont, Concord): Take 89 South to 93 North. Follow 93 North, approximately four miles to 393 East, which will merge with Route 4 East. Follow Route 4 to Route 155A exit for “University of New Hampshire.” Make a right off the ramp and proceed as above. From the West (Manchester, Nashua): Take 93 North to Route 101 East. Follow 101 to Exit 6 (Route 125). Exit and take a left onto 125 and follow straight to Lee Traffic Circle. First right at circle is Route 4 East. Continue as above. For parking: (from downtown Durham): Take Main Street to rotary. Take first right at rotary and follow signs to parking lot A. (from Route 4) Take Main Street to rotary. Take third exit off rotary and follow signs to parking lot A.

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UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FOOTBALL QUICK FACTS 2012 NEW HAMPSHIRE RESULTS

(8-4 Overall, 6-2 Colonial Athletic Association) Aug. 30 at Holy Cross W, 38-17 Sept. 8 at Minnesota L, 7-44 Sept. 15 CENTRAL CONN. STATE W, 43-10 Sept. 22 at Old Dominion* L, 61-64 Sept. 29 DELAWARE* W, 34-14 Oct. 6 at Georgia State* W, 44-21 Oct. 13 RICHMOND* W, 44-40 Oct. 20 at Maine* W, 28-21 Oct. 27 at Rhode Island* W, 40-20 Nov. 3 WILLIAM & MARY* W, 28-25 Nov. 17 TOWSON* L, 35-64 Dec. 1 at Wofford& L, 7-23 * = Conference Games & = NCAA Playoff Game

2013 NEW HAMPSHIRE FOOTBALL QUICK FACTS AND CONTACT INFORMATION Location........................................... Durham, NH 03824 Founded................................................................. 1866 Enrollment........................................................... 14,761 President....................................... Dr. Mark Huddleston Athletics Director.....................................Marty Scarano Head Football Coach............................Sean McDonnell Career Record/Years........................104-66-0/15th year Record at School/Years....................104-66-0/15th year Nickname......................................................... Wildcats Colors.....................................................Blue and White Started Football...................................................... 1893 Stadium................................................. Cowell Stadium Capacity................................................................ 6,500 Stadium Surface............................................... FieldTurf Affiliation......................................................NCAA, FCS Conference........................ Colonial Athletic Association 2012 Record.................................. 8-4 Overall, 6-2 CAA Lettermen Lost....................... 14 (6 off., 8 def., 2 spec.) Lettermen Returning........... 52 (24 off., 26 def., 7 spec.) Offensive Starters Lost................................................. 3 Offensive Starters Returning........................................ 8 Defensive Starters Lost................................................ 4 Defensive Starters Returning....................................... 7 Specialist Starters Lost................................................. 1 Specialist Starters Returning........................................ 6 Football Contact Information Mike Murphy Office Phone....................(603) 862-3906 Mike Murphy Cell Phone.......................(603) 969-0774 Murphy’s E-Mail........................ mike.murphy@unh.edu Office Fax..............................................(603) 862-4069 Press Box Phone...................................(603) 862-2645 Football Office.......................................(603) 862-1852 UNH Athletics Web Site.............. www.unhwildcats.com UNH Athletics Twitter............................ @UNHWildcats UNH Football Twitter........................... @UNHFootball1

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2013 NEW HAMPSHIRE SCHEDULE (Times/Dates Subject to Change)

Sept. 7 at Central Michigan • ESPN3 3 p.m. Sept. 14 COLGATE 12 p.m. Sept. 28 at Lehigh 12:30 p.m. Oct. 5 at Towson* • CSN-NE 12 p.m. Oct. 12 RHODE ISLAND* 12 p.m. Oct. 19 VILLANOVA* • CSN-NE 12 p.m. Oct. 26 at Stony Brook* 4 p.m. Nov. 2 at William & Mary* 1:30 p.m. Nov. 9 JAMES MADISON* • NBCSN 12:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at Albany* 3:30 p.m. Nov. 23 MAINE* 12 p.m. * = Conference Games

2013 Wildcat Team Information

Total Letterwinners Lost (14): Offense (6): James Brady (QB), Chris Zarkoskie (OL), Mickey DiLima (OL), Cam Finn (OL), Joey Orlando (WR), Matt Murray (TE). Defense (8): Dontra Peters (DB), Mike Bradley (LB), Khyheem Finley (DB), Damien Francis (LB), Matt Evans (LB), Alan Buzbee (LB), Jared Smith (DL), Randi Vines (DL). Specialists (2): Joey Orlando (PR), Dontra Peters (KR). Letterwinners Returning (53): Offense (24): Sean Goldrich (QB), Jared Allison (WR), Andy Vailas (QB), R.J. Harris (WR), Mike DeTroia (WR), Cam Seymour (WR), Nico Steriti (RB), Mike Kelly (WR), Jim Earley (RB), Chris Setian (RB), Jimmy Owens (RB), Sean Ryan (OL), George Kallas (OL), Tim Johnson (OL), Seamus O’Neill (OL), Mike Coccia (OL), Alex Blane (OL), Justin Mello (WR), Jimmy Giansante (WR), Tim Farina (WR), Brian Ciccone (TE), Ekene Nwokoye (TE), Harold Spears (TE), Ryan Welch (OL). Defense (26): Manny Asam (DB), Lamar Edmonds (DB), Tre Williams (DB), Nick Cefalo (DB), Ryan Lynch (DB), Steven Thames (DB), Dougie Moss (DB), Keith Parkinson (DB), Steve Collister (LB), Kalil Bailey (DB), Chris Houston (DB), Tim Pike (DB), Akil Anderson (LB), Dab Ukwuani (DL), Daniel Rowe (DB), Hayden Knudson (DB), Shane McNeely (LB), Jay Colbert (DL), Sean McCann (DL), Matt Kaplan (DL), Rashid Armand (DL), Jimmy Vailas (DL), Jullian Turner (DL), Cody Muller (DL), Robbie Zauck (DL), Danny Riley (DL). Specialists (7): Mike MacArthur (K/P), Brad Prasky (K/P), Nico Steriti (KR), R.J. Harris (KR), Andy Vailas (H), Steve Collister (LS), Mike Coccia (SS). Offensive Starters Lost (3): Chris Zarkoskie (OL), Mickey DiLima (OL), Joey Orlando (WR). Defensive Starters Lost (4): Jared Smith (DT), Alan Buzbee (LB), Matt Evans (LB), Dontra Peters (CB). Specialist Starters Lost (1): Joey Orlando (PR). Offensive Starters Returning (8): Seamus O’Neill (LT), Mike Coccia (C), Rob Bowman (RT), Harold Spears (TE), Sean Goldrich (QB), Nico Steriti (RB), R.J. Harris (WR), Jimmy Giansante (WR). Defensive Starters Returning (7): Cody Muller (DE), Matt Kaplan (DT), Jay Colbert (DE), Manny Asam (SS),Tre Williams (WS), Nick Cefalo (FS), Chris Houston (CB). Specialist Starters Returning (6): Mike MacArthur (K/P), Nico Steriti (KR), Jared Allison (KR), Andy Vailas (H), Steve Collister (LS), Mike Coccia (SS). Redshirt Freshmen (20): Mark Accino (WR), Eric Burgos (DB), Horace Chalstrom (CB), DeVaughn Chollette (LB), Dalton Crossan (RB), Casey DeAndrade (DB), Ryan Farrell (LB), Joe Ghiloni (K/P), Andrew Lauderdale (TE), Chris McCormick (QB), Kevin McNally (LB), Tad McNeely (OL), Alexander Morrill (OL), Curtis Nealer (OL), Anthony Pante (WR), Jordan Powell (TE), Adam Riese (QB), Cam Shorey (DE), Kyon Taylor (WR), Harry Theodhosi (LB). True Freshmen/Newcomers (21): Max Avin (WR), Michael Boryeskne (LB), Marquis Carr (DB), Odaine Franklyn (LB), Donald Goodrich (RB), Rick Holt (DL), Chris Kealey (DB), Jake Kennedy (OL), Aaron Lewis-Cenales (WR), Mike Lynch (DE), Nick Marino (DB), Will McInerny (OL), Patrick Mensah (DB), Geno Miller (DB), Antonio Natale (QB), Max Pedinoff (K/P), Riley Pritchett (LB), Chris Reckmeyer (LB), Chris Redding (WR), Danny Roberto (QB), Mike Zaloga (OL).

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HEAD COACH SEAN McDONNELL

Sean McDonnell, a 1978 University of New Hampshire graduate, completed his 14th season as the head coach of his alma mater in 2012 with a career record of 104-66. Under his mentorship, the Wildcats have qualified for the NCAA Division I FCS postseason for nine straight seasons, the longest streak in the nation. The ‘Cats have been ranked in the Top 25 for 126 consecutive polls, the longest streak in FCS football, which dates back to Sept. 13, 2004. In May 2013, McDonnell was honored by the Joe Yukica-New Hampshire Chapter of the National Football Foundation, which presented him with the Andy Mooradian Award for his contributions to amateur football. The 2012 Wildcats earned a share of the CAA championship, the second in Coach Mac’s career (2005), with a 6-2 league mark and extended their longest-in-the-nation streak of consecutive NCAA D-I playoff appearance to nine. The ‘Cats compiled an 8-4 overall record that included an NCAA second-round game at Wofford. As a result, Coach Mac was tabbed the New England Division I Coach of the Year by the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston for the fourth time (2000, ‘04, ‘09, ‘12), earned his fourth New England Football Writers Division I FCS Coach of the Year honor (‘05, ‘08, ‘10, ‘12) and was feted as the AFCA Regional Coach of the Year for the third time (‘04, ‘05, ‘12). McDonnell reached milestone coaching victory No. 100 with a 44-21 win over Georgia State at the Georgia Dome on Oct. 6, 2012. Senior linebacker Matt Evans became the school’s all-time tackle leader (460) when he surpassed Steve Doig on Nov. 3, 2012, in Coach Mac’s first career victory against William & Mary (28-25). Evans had his No. 52 retired at the team awards banquet in March 2013, and fellow senior Chris Zarkoskie (OL) was the recipient of the CAA’s inaugural Chuck Boone Leadership Award. The 2011 Wildcats matched a school record for the second straight year by knocking off five ranked opponents en route to an 8-4 mark, including 6-2 in the CAA. The ‘Cats put a bow on their rivalry with Massachusetts by knocking off the Minutemen, 27-21, in the second Colonial Clash at Gillette Stadium, which was also the 74th and final scheduled meeting between the longtime rivals. UNH reclaimed the Brice-Cowell Musket with a 30-27 defeat of Maine in the regular-season finale and came within a blocked PAT of forcing overtime in a playoff loss at Montana State. Junior linebacker Matt Evans became the first Wildcat to ever be named the nation’s top defensive player when he won the Buck Buchanan Award, and senior quarterback Kevin Decker was crowned the CAA Offensive Player of the Year. In 2010, McDonnell’s Wildcats collected victories against five ranked opponents, a University record, en route to an 8-5 campaign. UNH advanced to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA postseason for the sixth time in seven years after dispatching Bethune-Cookman, 45-20, in a second-round encounter before suffering a 16-3 quarterfinal loss at eventual national championship game participant Delaware. McDonnell was feted as the 2010 Division I FCS Coach of the Year by the New England Football Writers, his third such honor (2005, ’08). During the course of the ’10

SEAN MCDONNELL Accolades

• Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year (‘05) • Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year finalist (‘04) • District Coach of the Year, AFCA (‘12, ‘05, ‘04) • New England Football Writers Coach of the Year (‘12, ‘10, ‘08, ‘05) • College Head Coach of the Year, Gridiron Club of Greater Boston (‘12, ‘09, ‘04,‘00)

College Coaching Experience

• University of New Hampshire (22 years) º Head coach (14 years) º Offensive coordinator (5 years) º QB / WR coach (3 years) • Columbia University (2 years) • Boston College, grad assistant (1 year) • Boston University, WR/TE (3 years) • Hamilton College, defensive coordinator (2 years) 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Year by Year

5-6 (3-5 Atlantic 10) 6-5 (4-4 Atlantic 10) 4-7 (2-7 Atlantic 10) 3-8 (2-7 Atlantic 10) 5-7 (3-6 Atlantic 10) 10-3 (6-2 Atlantic 10) NCAA quarterfinals 11-2 (7-1 Atlantic 10) NCAA quarterfinals 9-4 (5-3 Atlantic 10) NCAA quarterfinals 7-5 (4-4 CAA) NCAA first round 10-3 (6-2 CAA) NCAA quarterfinals 10-3 (6-2 CAA) NCAA quarterfinals 8-5 (5-3 CAA) NCAA quarterfinals 8-4 (6-2 CAA) NCAA second round 8-4 (6-2 CAA) NCAA second round

Career: 104-66 (.612) | CAA Record: 65-50 (.565)

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Coach McDonnell and the Wildcats celebrate his 100th career coaching victory in the Georgia Dome on Oct. 6, 2012

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UNH FOOTBALL - NATION-LEADING 9 STRAIGHTNCAAAPPEARANCES campaign, the ‘Cats earned their 12th straight home victory –a school record- by shutting out No. 11 Richmond, 17-0, on Homecoming. Two weeks later, UNH made history by topping No. 12 UMass, 39-13, in the inaugural Colonial Clash at Gillette Stadium. The game was witnessed by 32,848 fans, the largest football crowd in CAA history. UNH finished 10-3 in 2009 and won its second straight CAA North Division championship. The Wildcats continued to be giant killers by knocking off an FBS opponent for the fifth straight time, securing a hard-fought 23-16 triumph at Ball State. Previous FBS opponents to feel the wrath of the Wildcats during the amazing upset run were Army (2008), Marshall (’07), Northwestern (’06) and Rutgers (’04). UNH was the only team to defeat eventual FCS national champion Villanova (28-24) on Homecoming. The Wildcats also posted an impressive win on the road at McNeese State, defeating the Cowboys, 49-13, in the first round of the NCAA playoffs. New Hampshire notched a 10-3 record in 2008, including a defeat of Southern Illinois in the first round of the NCAAs before a quarterfinal-round setback at Northern Iowa. UNH finished the season ranked No. 7 in most national polls, and McDonnell was honored as the New England FCS Coach of the Year for the second time. In 2007, the Wildcats were 7-5 overall and just narrowly missed upsetting No. 1 Northern Iowa in the first round of the NCAAs, losing on a last-minute TD, 38-35, at the UNI Dome. The Wildcat offense, ranked 16th in the nation, averaged over 400 yards per contest. The Wildcats were ranked as high as No. 1 in the nation in 2006 and finished the season ranked sixth after defeating Hampton in the first round (41-38) of the NCAAs. Among the regular-season highlights was senior All-America wide receiver David Ball making history by surpassing legendary Jerry Rice with 58 career TD receptions and junior quarterback Ricky Santos claiming the Walter Payton Award as the FCS football national player of the year. In 2005, McDonnell was honored as the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year by The Sports Network after leading his Wildcats to a record-breaking 11-2 season, an Atlantic 10 Championship, a second straight NCAA appearance in the I-AA quarterfinals and the country’s No. 1 ranking at the end of the regular season. The Wildcats played host to two nationally-televised NCAA postseason games on ESPN at Cowell Stadium, beating Colgate in the first round before succumbing to Northern Iowa in the NCAA quarterfinals. McDonnell’s hard work rebuilding the program paid off in 2004 with a 10-3 overall record and a 6-2 mark in the Atlantic 10, which earned the team the Northern Division championship and a bid to the NCAA I-AA Championships for the first time since 1994. The ‘Cats advanced to the quarterfinals for the first time in the history of the program by winning its first-ever NCAA contest under McDonnell, a 27-23 upset at Georgia Southern. McDonnell was named a finalist for the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year and was selected District Coach of the Year by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA). In 2003, UNH began turning the corner by winning three of its last four contests, including an upset victory over nationally-ranked Maine. The team’s 5-7 record could have easily been above .500, as the ‘Cats narrowly lost to No. 1 Delaware on a missed field goal in the closing seconds, and UNH was driving for a potential game-winning TD late at Division I-A Central Michigan before running out of time. In 2002, McDonnell’s offense was one of the most prolific in I-AA football and averaged 449.2 yards per contest and 36.7 ppg. In victories over the likes of Hampton, James Madison, Dartmouth and Massachusetts the ‘Cats scored 37 points/game and scored over 40 points in two of the victories. UNH finished with a 4-7 overall record in 2001. In 2000, the Wildcats were ranked as high as 23rd in the nation and knocked off three top-25 opponents, including Hampton (3117), Massachusetts (24-16) and No. 2 Delaware on Nov. 4 (45-44 OT). Injuries squashed UNH’s chances for a playoff berth down the stretch, but UNH opened the campaign with a 4-0 record, its best start since 1977 when the Wildcats won seven straight games. UNH finished the season with a 6-5 record and finished tied for fourth in the Atlantic 10. McDonnell was named the Gridiron Club Of Greater Boston College Head Coach Of The Year. In his rookie season, McDonnell led the Wildcats to a 5-6 overall record and oversaw a wide-open offensive attack that led the Atlantic 10 with an average of 457.3 yards per game. McDonnell was named the 19th head coach of the UNH football program April 22, 1999. McDonnell replaced legendary head coach Bill Bowes, who retired after 27 years as the mentor of the Wildcats. McDonnell served eight seasons as a Wildcat assistant and completed his fifth year as the team’s offensive coordinator in 1998. McDonnell rejoined the Wildcats as an assistant coach before the 1991 spring camp and worked with the quarterbacks and receivers for his first three seasons. In 1997, McDonnell was named the recipient of “The College Assistant Coach Award” by the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston in recognition of his quality of performance, loyalty and longevity. A native of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., McDonnell was a standout defensive back for UNH. He started for the 1975 and 1976 Yankee Conference championship teams and came back to start for the 1978 squad. After his graduation from UNH, he spent one year as an assistant coach at Manchester (N.H.) Memorial High School and followed that up with a three-year stint at Manchester West (1980-82). McDonnell worked as the defensive coordinator at Hamilton College for two seasons (1983-84) and subsequently spent three years (1985-87) coaching the receivers and tight ends at former conference-rival Boston University. During the 1988 campaign, McDonnell served as a graduate assistant coach at Boston College. He spent two seasons as an assistant at Columbia (1989-90) prior to his coaching debut in Durham. Sean and his wife, Jenny, reside in Durham and are the parents of two sons: Timmy and Tommy, who is a member of the UNH men’s basketball team.

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COACHING STAFF John LYONS

Jon SHELTON

Pennsylvania ‘74 Defensive Coordinator / DB 3rd year at UNH

Maryland ‘97 Defensive Ends 8th year at UNH

This season marks Lyons’ third as defensive coordinator/DB coach for the Wildcats. Under his tutelage in 2012, Matt Evans became UNH’s all-time leader in career tackles (460), and defensive tackle Jared Smith was drafted by the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks after claiming a spot on the College Sports Journal FCS All-America Team. The Wildcats’ defense compiled 16 interceptions, which ranked second in the CAA, and finished second in turnover margin (+7). In Lyons’ first season at the helm, Evans won the Buck Buchanan Award as the nation’s top defensive player –the first Wildcat to ever accomplish that feat. As the head coach at Dartmouth, Lyons earned 60 career victories from 1992-2004. His Big Green teams won two Ivy League championships (1992, '96), including a perfect 10-0 season in ’96 when he was named the Division I N.E. Coach of the Year by the Gridiron Club of Boston. Lyons worked at Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, N.H., as football coach (2005-10) and A.D. (2008-10). He spent three years (2005-07) in NFL Europe for the Cologne Centurions, the last two years as defensive coordinator. Lyons served as defensive coordinator at Boston University from 198587. The Penn grad began his coaching career at his alma mater, climbing from an assistant freshman coach in his first season (1974) to the role of defensive coordinator in ‘84 for an undefeated Ivy League championship team that featured the league’s No. 1 total defense. He played three years for the Quakers and was an All-Ivy League Second-Team selection.

Ryan CARTY Delaware ‘06 Offensive Coordinator / QB 7th year at UNH Carty is in his seventh season on the UNH coaching staff, and the 2013 campaign marks his second year as the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach. In 2012, the Wildcats’ offense flourished. UNH ranked second in the CAA in scoring offense (34.1 points/game), total offense (451.5 yards/game) and first downs (22.1/game) while placing third in rushing offense (220.8 yards/ game) and passing offense (230.8 yards/game). The ‘Cats registered the league’s most prolific red-zone offense (94%, 47 of 50), with 36 TDs. Carty spent two seasons (2010-11) as the Wildcats’ WR coach, where he mentored a pair of '11 All-CAA WRs in R.J. Harris (Second Team) and Joey Orlando (Third Team). The ‘11 Wildcats ranked first in the CAA in passing offense (274.7 yards/game) and third in scoring offense (32.8 points/game). He coached RBs in 2008-09, helping an offense that ranked No. 1 in the CAA in scoring both seasons. In his first year at UNH (‘07), Carty worked as the team’s TE coach. That season, sophomore Scott Sicko was named All-CAA and All-America. Carty began his coaching career at UNH after playing quarterback at the University of Delaware. He was voted captain in his 2006 senior campaign and played on the national championship squad in 2003. A 2007 graduate with honors from Delaware in Business Management, Carty recruits the northern portion of his home state of New Jersey, Essex County in Mass. and the western portion of New Hampshire.

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The 2013 season represents Shelton’s eighth year as UNH’s defensive ends coach and 19th

year in coaching. In 2012, Shelton mentored juniors and first-year starters Cody Muller and Jay Colbert; the duo combined for six sacks and 12 tackles for loss. In 2011, Shelton guided Brian McNally to a second straight berth on the CAA All-Conference First Team, All-New England Team and ECAC AllStar team. McNally ranked second in the CAA with 7.5 sacks. McNally spent time in the Washington Redskins training camp in the summer of ‘12. McNally set the University’s all-time single-season record with a CAAleading 13.5 sacks in 2010. As a result, the then-junior was named College Sporting News Sweet-63 All-America, ECAC All-Star and earned a berth on the FCS All-New England Team. Shelton, who is also a member of one of the UNH President’s Commissions, is the president of the Smart Male Athlete Reality Training (SMART) program, which focuses on sexual assault prevention among student-athletes. Shelton served as a defensive assistant at Kansas from 2002-04, where he coached and managed all aspects of the defensive line on game day and handled all of the day-to-day duties. He worked as the defensive coordinator, assistant head coach and director of operations at Bryant College from 1999-2001. Shelton was the assistant coach of LBs and kickers at Montgomery Community College in Rockville, Md., in 1997-98. At Maryland, Shelton was a student assistant coach who helped mentor the defensive line from 1995-97. His coaching career began at Montgomery Community College as DL coach from 1993-95. Shelton earned a master’s degree in Education (Counseling) at Providence College, a bachelor of arts in Economics from Maryland and earned an associate degree in Finance from Montgomery C.C.

Brian BARBATO UNH ‘04 Tight Ends 6th year at UNH Brian Barbato is in his sixth consecutive year – and seventh overall- on the UNH coaching staff in 2013. Barbato has been in charge of tight ends since returning to Durham in 2008. His understudy, Harold Spears, earned a place on the 2012 All-CAA Third Team after racking up 20 receptions for 305 yards and four touchdowns. In 2011 Barbato, a native of Exeter, N.H., coached offensive tackles in addition to working with TEs. Under his tutelage, Scott Sicko was named All-America in both the ‘08 and ‘09 seasons and signed a free agent contract with the Dallas Cowboys following his senior campaign. Barbato coached the offensive line at UNH in ‘04; during his playing days, he started 37 games while seeing time at all five offensive line positions. He was named All-Atlantic 10 Second Team in 2003 and All-Atlantic 10 Third Team in 2002. Barbato also coached outside linebackers and safeties at St. Lawrence University for two seasons (2006-07) and worked as an assistant coach at Exeter High School in 2005.

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COACHING STAFF Michael FERZOCO

Alex MILLER

Kenyon '04 Running Backs 6th year at UNH

Massachusetts ‘07 Offensive Line 3rd year at UNH

Ferzoco is in his sixth season on the UNH coaching staff in 2013, serving as the running backs coach for the fourth straight year. In 2012, Ferzoco oversaw a running attack that ranked third in the CAA in rushing offense (220.8 yards/game). Sophomore Nico Steriti, who earned a place on the All-CAA Second Team, led the way with 921 rushing yards and nine TDs on 140 carries. In 2010, Ferzoco’s protégé Dontra Peters garnered All-CAA Third Team honors after rushing for a team-leading 707 yards on 142 attempts. Ferzoco coached linebackers during each of his first two years in Durham (2008-09). Ferzoco previously coached at Kenyon College (2004-07); he served as offensive coordinator and coached the quarterbacks and receivers during the 2006-07 seasons. In ’07, his offense broke the school record for yardage (460.2 yards per game) and averaged 31.2 points per contest. The Kenyon offense was also explosive in 2006, when the squad averaged 451.4 yards per game and posted 35.4 points per game – 12th-best in the nation. He also served as coach of the offensive line in ‘05 and was the wide receivers coach in ‘04. Ferzoco is a 2004 graduate of Kenyon, where he earned his bachelor of arts degree in Political Science.

Miller is in his third season as an assistant coach at UNH and second year in charge of the entire offensive line. In 2011, he served as the the centers/ guards coach. The 2012 season featured a cohesive offensive front that included AllCAA First Team left tackle Seamus O’Neill, Second Team center Mike Coccia and Third Team left guard Chris Zarkoskie. In 2011, Miller helped orchestrate a unit that included All-New England and All-CAA Second Team guard Ricky Archer in 2011. Prior to joining the Wildcats, Miller served a three-year tenure at the University of Oregon, where he began as an intern in 2008 before working as a graduate assistant coach for offense in 2009 and 2010. Miller worked closely with the Ducks’ running game and tutored the offensive line. As a student-athlete, Miller starred as a center at the University of Massachusetts, where he started all 50 games of his collegiate career from 200306. The Fairfax, Va., native was feted as an All-America in his senior campaign and was a two-time member of the All-Atlantic 10 First Team. Miller received his undergraduate degree from UMass in 2007.

Art LINK Florida ‘99 BS, ‘06 MS Linebackers 2nd year at UNH

Chris VAN HORN St. Francis (Ind.) ‘04 Defensive Tackles 3rd year at UNH The 2013 season marks the third for Van Horn on the UNH coaching staff as defensive tackles coach. In 2012, Van Horn developed DT Jared Smith into an NFL prospect; Smith was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL Draft, becoming the first Wildcat player drafted in six years. Van Horn previously spent three seasons (2008-10) at the University of North Carolina. In 2010, he was the on-field defensive graduate assistant for the Tar Heels and worked with the defensive line. During his first two seasons in Chapel Hill, Van Horn served in a quality control position, working with linebackers and the secondary. During his three seasons at North Carolina, the team went to three straight bowl games, culminating in a Music City Bowl victory in 2010. The Fort Wayne, Ind., native was a three-year letterwinner at St. Francis University in his hometown and began his coaching career at his alma mater, where he worked for three seasons. After two years as a graduate assistant, Van Horn was elevated to the role of defensive line coach for the 2007 season. During his playing career, Van Horn was an NAIA First Team All-America at defensive end for St. Francis and still holds the school’s all-time record for most sacks in a season and career. Van Horn earned bachelor’s degrees in Elementary Education and Special Education in 2004.

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Link is in his second season as linebackers coach at UNH in 2013. In 2012, Link guided the duo of Matt Evans and Alan Buzbee, both of whom started all 12 games. Evans concluded his illustrious career as UNH’s all-time leader with 460 tackles, including a team-leading 126 stops (No. 2 in CAA) in his final collegiate season. Link spent five seasons (2007-11) as the defensive coordinator/LB coach at Campbell University. Under his tutelage, the Camels ranked fifth in FCS football with 18 interceptions, 13th nationally with 28 forced turnovers and No. 31 in the country in red zone defense during the ‘11 campaign. Link served one year as defensive coordinator/DB coach at D-III Catholic University of America. He turned around a squad that posted the worst defensive season in school history (2005), molding the unit into the school’s best defense in history the very next year. Link served as the graduate assistant at the University of Florida for two seasons (2004-05) under head coaches Ron Zook and Urban Meyer. He spent the 2003 season as the DL coach at Boca Raton (Fla.) High School. He worked for legendary head coach Howard Schnellenberger as an intern at Florida Atlantic University, working in video operations and as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. His first coaching job was as a restricted earnings LB coach at D-II Missouri Western State College. During his playing days for head coach Steve Spurrier, Link was part of the National Championship and SEC Championship teams in the 1996-97 season. He received the Fifth-Year Senior Award in 1998. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science in 1999 and received his master’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science from Florida in 2006.

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COACHING STAFF Ricky SANTOS

Bobby CALLAHAN

UNH ‘08 Wide Receivers 1st year at UNH

New Hampshire ‘01 BS, ‘06 MS

Assistant A.D., Football Operations

3rd year at UNH

Santos, whose uniform No. 2 is among the few retired by the UNH football program, is in his first year as WR coach for his alma mater. Santos was a four-year starter at quarterback (2004-07) who led the Wildcats to a 37-14 record. Santos guided the ‘Cats to the NCAA playoffs all four seasons, was part of the ‘05 Atlantic 10 championship team and two A-10 Northern Division titles. He ranks first in D-I FCS history with 2,140 career plays, he is No. 3 all-time in passing yards (13,212) and touchdown passes (123) and fourth in total offense (14,615 yards). In 2006 Santos won the Walter Payton Award as the most outstanding offensive player in FCS football. Following his graduation, Santos went on to play football professionally for five years. He signed as an undrafted free agent with the Kansas City Chiefs for a brief stint in 2008 before moving north to play in the Canadian Football League from 2009-12. He was a member of the Montreal Alouettes in 2008 and ’09 before a trade sent him to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He re-signed with the Alouettes for the ’10 and ’11 seasons and wrapped up his pro career on the Toronto Argonauts’ practice squad in 2012.

Callahan is in his third season as the University’s assistant athletic director for football operations in 2013, ninth overall season in an administrative capacity and 14th year overall associated with the program. Callahan’s duties include overseeing summer camps on campus and coaching clinics around the state. He handles the team’s travel and accommodations, organizes on-campus recruiting efforts and serves as a liaison between the football program and University administrative offices. He previously served as Boston College football’s assistant recruiting coordinator for head coach Frank Spaziani in 2010-11. His responsibilities at BC included organizing all on-campus recruiting functions and serving as the recruiting office liaison to the athletic administration. During his initial six-year term as UNH’s director of football operations from 2004-09, Callahan coordinated team travel, served as the team’s video coordinator and assisted in all football administration tasks. The Randolph, Mass., native began his career as the UNH football student manager from 1997-2001. Callahan has earned two degrees at UNH: a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Conservation in 2001 and a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology: Sport Studies in 2006.

Scott JAMES Norwich ‘99 BS Safeties 1st year at UNH

Matthew DELGADO San Jose State ‘10

James joined the Wildcats’ coaching staff as safeties coach in June 2013. Prior to joining UNH, he served as the defensive coordinator/defensive backs coach at the University of New Haven from 2008-12. In 2012, the Chargers posted an undefeated regular season, defeated all D-II opponents for the second straight year and claimed a third consecutive Northeast-10 Conference championship. The defense ranked third nationally in total defense, fourth nationally in scoring defense and fourth nationally in rushing defense. James installed a new defensive scheme last season, his first year overseeing defensive backs, and the unit responded with significant improvement and the NE-10’s top-ranked passing defense. He joined New Haven’s staff as defensive coordinator/inside linebackers coach in 2008, one month after the program was reinstated following a fiveyear absence. His squad led the NE-10 in sacks in 2010 and 2011. Previously, James served as the outside linebackers coach at Northeastern University for three seasons (2005-07); he spent his first season as the Huskies’ defensive tackles coach and video coordinator. James worked two seasons as an assistant coach with linebackers at Boston College. He spent one season at Holy Cross, working with the defensive ends in 2002. In 2001, he served as the defensive tackles coach at the University at Albany. James’ first coaching job was at his alma mater, Norwich University, in 1999 and 2000. There, he oversaw the defensive line and strength and conditioning program. James graduated from Norwich in 1999 with a degree in Sports Medicine and received his master’s in Curriculum Development and Instructional Technologies from Albany in 2002. He collected a second master’s in Administrative Studies from Boston College in 2005.

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Director of Video Operations,

3rd year at UNH

The 2013 season is Delgado’s third year with UNH football as director of video operations. His primary responsibilities include overseeing the video library, breaking down opponent film for coaching staff, film exchange and coordinating all practice videotaping. In addition, he creates weekly, in-season team highlight videos, assists the head coach and director of football operations in day-to-day activities. He facilitates video distribution during pro scouting visits and aids in the recruiting efforts by creating/editing video packages. He serves as the team’s NFL/Pro Liaison. Prior to UNH, Delgado worked in player personnel and was responsible for video operations in the AFL for the San Jose SaberCats. Delgado was born and raised in Cupertino, Calif., and graduated from San Jose State University in May 2010. While at San Jose State, he interned for the San Francisco 49ers in football operations, working on evaluations for the NFL draft, as well as other film evaluation projects. Delgado received his Bachelor’s Degree in Communications with a Minor in Political Science.

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UNH Depth Chart - Preseason 2013

UNH Depth Chart - End 2012 WILDCATS OFFENSE

WILDCATS OFFENSE 66 79 61 77 70 53 65 62 78 76 89 85 5 14 22 30 81 6 15 7 82 17

DE DT DT DE LB LB CB SS WS FS CB

DE 96 CODY MULLER (Sr., 6-2, 255) 97 Robbie Zauck (Jr., 6-2, 243) DT 58 SEAN McCANN (Sr., 6-3, 275) 92 Jullian Turner (So., 6-0, 293) DT 60 MATT KAPLAN (Jr., 6-1, 296) 90 Rashid Armand (So., 6-1, 288) DE 55 JAY COLBERT (Sr., 6-1, 261) 91 Jimmy Vailas (Sr., 6-3, 261) LB 51 SHANE McNEELY (Jr., 6-2, 238) 56 DeVaughn Chollette (R-Fr., 6-0, 232) 42 AKIL ANDERSON (So., 6-1, 208) LB 49 Ryan Farrell (R-Fr., 6-1, 213) CB 21 STEVEN THAMES (Jr., 6-0, 176) 9 Lamar Edmonds (So., 5-10, 173) SS 4 MANNY ASAM (c) (Sr., 6-0, 187) 40 Tim Pike (Jr., 5-10, 198) WS 46 HAYDEN KNUDSON (So., 6-0, 206) 11 Tre Williams (Jr., 6-3, 191) FS 16 NICK CEFALO (Jr., 6-2, 196) 33 Keith Parkinson (So., 6-1, 197) CB 8 CHRIS HOUSTON (Sr., 5-9, 176) 28 Casey DeAndrade (R-Fr., 5-11, 207)

PK/KO P PR KR H LS SS

13 99 13 10 7 28 22 7 15 14 5 34 70

SEAMUS O’NEILL (c) (Sr., 6-4, 281) Austin Heter (So., 6-4, 271) SEAN RYAN (Sr., 6-2, 301) Zach Hundertmark (So., 6-4, 285) MIKE COCCIA (Jr., 6-3, 295) Tad McNeely (R-Fr., 6-2, 270) TIM JOHNSON (Jr., 6-2, 294) George Kallas (So., 6-2, 311) ROB BOWMAN (Jr., 6-5, 288) Alex Blane (Jr., 6-4, 281) HAROLD SPEARS (Jr., 6-4, 245) Brian Ciccone (Jr., 6-3, 253) SEAN GOLDRICH (So., 6-3, 213) -orANDY VAILAS (Jr., 6-2, 187) NICO STERITI (Jr., 5-11, 221) -or- CHRIS SETIAN (c) (Sr., 5-10, 235) JUSTIN MELLO (Sr., 6-0, 212) Kyon Taylor (R-Fr., 5-11, 178) R.J. HARRIS (Jr., 6-0, 192) Jared Allison (So., 5-8, 172) JIMMY GIANSANTE (Jr., 6-2, 200) Mike DeTroia (So., 6-3, 206)

LT 66 79 LG 53 61 C 70 62 RG 72 61 RT 78 79 TE 89 85 QB 5 14 RB 22 30 WR 84 8 WR 15 24 WR 82 81

LT LG C RG RT TE QB RB WR WR WR

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WILDCATS DEFENSE

WILDCATS SPECIALISTS

MIKE MACARTHUR (Sr., 5-10, 186) Christian Breda (So., 6-2, 177) MIKE MACARTHUR (Sr., 5-10, 186) Brad Prasky (Jr., 6-1, 191) JARED ALLISON (So., 5-8, 172) Casey DeAndrade (R-Fr., 5-11, 207) NICO STERITI (Jr., 5-11, 221) JARED ALLISON (So., 5-8, 172) R.J. Harris (Jr., 6-0, 192) ANDY VAILAS (Jr., 6-2, 187) Sean Goldrich (So., 6-3, 213) STEVE COLLISTER (Sr., 5-10, 242) MIKE COCCIA (Jr., 6-3, 295)

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SEAMUS O’NEILL (Jr., 6-4, 281) Austin Heter (R-Fr., 6-4, 261) CHRIS ZARKOSKIE (c) (Sr., 6-1, 292) Sean Ryan (Jr., 6-2, 285) MIKE COCCIA (So., 6-3, 294) George Kallas (R-Fr., 6-2, 305) MICKEY DILIMA (Sr., 6-4, 309) Sean Ryan (Jr., 6-2, 285) ROB BOWMAN (So., 6-5, 305) Austin Heter (R-Fr., 6-4, 261) HAROLD SPEARS (So., 6-4, 254) Brian Ciccone (So., 6-3, 252) SEAN GOLDRICH (R-Fr., 6-3, 205) Andy Vailas (So., 6-2, 193) NICO STERITI (So., 5-11, 220) -or- CHRIS SETIAN (Jr., 5-10, 238) JOEY ORLANDO (Sr., 5-11, 197) Jared Allison (R-Fr., 5-8, 170) R.J. HARRIS (So., 6-0, 194) Mike Kelly (R-Fr., 5-9, 183) JIMMY GIANSANTE (So., 6-2, 200) Justin Mello (Jr., 6-0, 216)

PK/KO P PR KR H LS SS

96 94 90 58 60 92 55 97 54 51 52 42 1 21 4 46 11 33 16 40 37 9

CODY MULLER (Jr., 6-2, 250) Randi Vines (Sr., 6-3, 238) JARED SMITH (Sr., 6-3, 292) Sean McCann (Jr., 6-3, 277) MATT KAPLAN (So., 6-1, 293) Jullian Turner (R-Fr., 6-0, 311) JAY COLBERT (Jr., 6-1, 262) Robbie Zauck (So., 6-2, 243) ALAN BUZBEE (c) (Sr., 6-3, 235) Shane McNeely (So., 6-2, 238) MATT EVANS (c) (Sr., 6-0, 228) Akil Anderson (R-Fr., 6-1, 196) DONTRA PETERS (c) (Sr., 5-11, 200) Steven Thames (So., 6-0, 184) MANNY ASAM (Jr., 6-0, 196) Hayden Knudson (Fr., 6-0, 197) TRE WILLIAMS (So., 6-3, 210) Keith Parkinson (R-Fr., 6-1, 198) NICK CEFALO (So., 6-2, 193) Tim Pike (So., 5-10, 197) CHRIS HOUSTON (Jr., 5-9, 176) Lamar Edmonds (R-Fr., 5-10, 177)

WILDCATS SPECIALISTS 13 99 13 10 84 8 22 8 1 14

MIKE MACARTHUR (Jr., 5-10, 199) Christian Breda (R-Fr., 6-2, 183) MIKE MACARTHUR (Jr., 5-10, 199) Brad Prasky (So., 6-1, 181) JOEY ORLANDO (Sr., 5-11, 197) Jared Allison (R-Fr., 5-8, 170) NICO STERITI (SO., 5-11, 220) JARED ALLISON (R-Fr., 5-8, 170) Dontra Peters (c) (Sr., 5-11, 200) ANDY VAILAS (So., 6-2, 193)

34 70

STEVE COLLISTER (Jr., 5-10, 241) MIKE COCCIA (So., 6-3, 294)

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The University of New Hampshire football program has been a model of consistency in excellence over the past nine seasons. Despite playing in the Colonial Athletic Association, widely considered the nation’s premier and most competitive Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) conference, the Wildcats have strung together nine straight appearances in the NCAA Division I Football Championship tournament, the country’s longest active streak. Further, the ‘Cats have appeared in the Top-25 for a nation-leading 126 consecutive polls, a stretch that dates back to Sept. 13, 2004. After claiming the CAA co-championship in 2012, the Wildcats look to become Durham’s first repeat gridiron champs since the 1976 squad repeated as Yankee Conference champions. Fifteenth-year head coach Sean McDonnell, who was a member of that ’76 team, will lead a squad that has to deal with the graduation of such talented players as NFL draft selection Jared Smith and all-time tackle leader Matt Evans. But the 2013 Wildcats are dedicated to extending the program’s near decade-long run of excellence and taking that next step among the top teams in FCS football.

Sean Goldrich

two TDs while rushing for 71 yards in the Wildcats’ 38-17 win at Holy Cross. Goldrich, though, was knocked out of commission a week later at Minnesota, which allowed Vailas to step in and take command. After guiding the ‘Cats to a convincing 43-10 triumph versus Central Connecticut State in the home opener, the Phillips Academy product passed for 336 yards and five touchdowns to go along with a 67-yard rushing score in a wild 64-61 loss at No. 5 Old Dominion. Vailas won the CAA Offensive Player of the Week award the very next week when he went 23 of 36 for 315 yards and two TDs in a 34-14 defeat of No. 8 Delaware at Cowell Stadium. Six weeks after suffering his shoulder injury at Minnesota, Goldrich reclaimed the starting role and led UNH to a comefrom-behind 28-21 victory at Maine with four touchdown tosses to win his second CAA Rookie of the Week award. Vailas finished the season ranked third in the CAA in passing efficiency (143.0), second in points responsible for/game (14.2), seventh in total offense/game (182.5) and ninth in passing average/game (141.6); Goldrich was ninth in the league in total offense/game (152.9) and 10th in both passing average/ game (133.6) and pass efficiency (124.6). Joining the veteran duo are redshirt freshmen Adam Riese (Hamilton, N.J.) and Chris McCormick (Winooski, Vt.).

Andy Vailas

QUARTERBACKS A year ago, the quarterback position was up for grabs as the team sought to replace 2011 CAA Offensive Player of the Year Kevin Decker with unproven signal callers Sean Goldrich (West Haven, Conn.) and Andy Vailas (Bedford, N.H.) among those who competed right through fall camp. The QB battle is once again wide open between Goldrich and Vailas, only this time the competition is between two proven men under center. Goldrich won the neck-and-neck battle for the starting post in 2012 and promptly won the CAA Rookie of the Week award in week one after completing 21 of 31 passes for 193 yards and

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Chris Setian RUNNING BACKS Once reputed to be an offense that carved through defenses almost exclusively with its diverse aerial attack, the Wildcats found consistent balance in 2012 with a suddenly potent and deep running attack. The trio of Nico Steriti (Toms River, N.J.), Chris Setian (East Longmeadow, Mass.) and Jimmy Owens (West Deptford, N.J.) spearheaded the CAA’s third-ranked and

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nation’s No. 15 rushing attack, as the ‘Cats averaged 220.8 rushing yards/game under first-year offensive coordinator Ryan Carty. Steriti, a junior, rushed for 921 yards and ranked sixth in the CAA in rushing yards/game (76.8) to along with a team-leading nine rushing touchdowns. Setian, a senior co-captain, battered his way to 490 rushing yards and five touchdowns to go along with 22 receptions for 185 yards and four TDs –all top receiving numbers among UNH running backs. Owens, a junior, averaged a backfield-leading 6.8 yards/ carry en route to 411 yards on 60 rushes. The running back stable promises to get deeper with the maturation of redshirt freshman Dalton Crossan (Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y.), who was tabbed the backfield’s most improved player by the coaching staff in the spring after scoring a pair of touchdowns in the Blue-White Game, and junior Jim Earley (Hopkinton, N.H.).

Giansante (Jefferson Hills, Pa.) battled through injuries last season to notch 14 catches for 200 yards in eight games, including seven starts. Senior Justin Mello (Dartmouth, Mass.) proved durable and reliable by making at least one reception in 10 of 12 games, including seven multi-catch efforts; he ranked fourth on the squad with 21 receptions for 215 yards and a pair of TDs. After his junior season was decimated by injury, Tim Farina (Plymouth, N.H.) is set to make the most of his senior campaign. Jared Allison (Cliffwood, N.J.) figures to play a larger role as a slot receiver in his sophomore season after collecting three receptions for 50 yards in the ’12 campaign. Mike Kelly (Merrimack, N.H.), who flashed his big-play ability with five catches for 103 yards and two TDs in last fall’s Blue-White Game and added a team-high 69 receiving yards and a TD in the spring game, will join a young crop of talented receivers that includes Kyon Taylor (Springfield, Va.), Mike DeTroia (Barnegat, N.J.), Cam Seymour (Hyannis, Mass.), Anthony Pante (Manalapan, N.J.) and Mark Accino (Hyde Park, Mass.). TIGHT ENDS Harold Spears (Perkasie, Pa.) made the most of his first year as the starter by earning a berth on the All-CAA Third Team last season. The junior will be seeking to build on a season in which he registered 20 catches (four TDs) for 305 yards. Brian Ciccone (Manchester, Mass.) is in line to serve as backup once again in ’13, and up-and-comers Andrew Lauderdale (Concord, N.H.), Ekene Nwokoye (Hanover, N.H.) and Jordan Powell (Forked River, N.J.) will be seeking a chance to climb the depth chart as well.

R.J. Harris WIDE RECEIVERS The most prolific quarterback in school history, Ricky Santos, is the new wide receivers coach. And he will find the cupboard full in 2013. R.J. Harris (Odenton, Md.) enters his junior season within 21 catches and 140 receiving yards of UNH’s all-time Top-10 on the heels of a ’12 campaign in which he garnered All-CAA First Team, All-New England and ECAC D-I All-Star honors. Harris made 84 receptions for 1,059 yards, which ranked fourth and sixth in school single-season history, respectively. He ranked second in the CAA in receptions/game (7.0) and receiving yards/game (88.2) while his nine receiving touchdowns ranked third in the league. While Harris headlines the WR corps, he is far from alone in supplying the offense with air weaponry. Junior Jimmy

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New Hampshire’s front line brings back three starters: AllCAA and All-New England left tackle Seamus O’Neill (Manchester, N.H.), a senior co-captain; third-year starting center and All-CAA Third Team member Mike Coccia (Bethlehem, Pa.) and right tackle Rob Bowman (Cheshire, Conn.). A host of candidates are in line to replace graduated guards Chris Zarkoskie and Mickey DiLima, beginning with senior Sean Ryan (Londonderry, N.H.), who is slotted as the first-string left guard. Converted defensive tackle Tim Johnson (Oakdale, Pa.) is making a strong case for the right guard position, and the fierce competition for playing time in the trenches also features Austin Heter (McKees Rocks, Pa.), George Kallas (Beverly, Mass.), Alex Blane (North Andover, Mass.), Zach Hundertmark (West Windsor, N.J.) and Tad McNeely (Whitehall, Pa.). Among the other o-line candidates are Curtis Nealer (Pitman, N.J.), Alexander Morrill (Lebanon, N.H.) and Ricky Archer (The Plains, Va.), a 2011 All-CAA Second Team and All-New England lineman who was ineligible last season.

ielsville, Pa.) should also see action on the defensive interior this season. The ‘Cats have the fortune of returning both starting defensive ends in seniors Jay Colbert (Langhorne, Pa.) and Cody Muller (Telford, Pa.). The Keystone State bookends teamed up for 62 tackles and five sacks and proved their durability by playing in all 12 games a year after missing the entire 2011 season. Junior Robbie Zauck (Ocean City, N.J.) is back in the fold after amassing 16 tackles, including two sacks, and sophomore Dab Ukwuani (Gaithersburg, Md.) is primed for an increased role after playing in three games last season. Cam Shorey (Calais, Maine), who was a tight end during his true freshman season, has transitioned to DE for his redshirt-freshman campaign.

LINEBACKERS The biggest shakeup comes at linebacker, where the ‘Cats are forced to replace a pair of three-year starters, one of whom just happened to be the school’s all-time tackle leader, Matt Evans. Evans and Alan Buzbee graduated after combining for 195 tackles for the CAA co-champions. Shane McNeely (Whitehall, Pa.) will be expected to step up at one starting MLB position after notching 33 tackles during his sophomore season. Akil Anderson (Morristown, N.J.) is penciled in at the other middle linebacker slot, but competition will be lively among DeVaughn Chollette (Scranton, Pa.), Ryan Farrell (Westwood, Mass.), Steve Collister (Rochester, N.Y.) and Kevin McNally (Cornwall, N.Y.).

Jay Colbert DEFENSIVE LINE Though the Wildcats need to offset the departure of Seattle Seahawks’ draft pick Jared Smith, there is still much depth and experience in the front four. Sean McCann (Avon Lake, Ohio) and Matt Kaplan (Franklin, N.H.) bring five combined years of valuable playing time to the tackle position. Kaplan led all UNH linemen with 47 tackles while starting all 12 games a season ago, and McCann chalked up 33 stops in 10 games. Jullian Turner (East Pittsburgh, Pa.) and Rashid Armand (Brooklyn, N.Y.) played significant snaps last season, and each will be leaned upon heavily in ’13. Jimmy Vailas (Bedford, N.H.), Ryan Welch (Dunstable, Mass.) and Danny Riley (Dan-

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Chris Houston CORNERBACKS Chris Houston (Harrisburg, Pa.) is poised for his third straight season as a starting cornerback after notching 59 tack-

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2013 SEASON PREVIEW les, two interceptions and three pass breakups in ’12. Steven Thames (Fort Washington, Md.), who started four games last season and saw significant action in all 12 games, is in line to take over the starting corner position formerly occupied by the graduated Dontra Peters on a full-time basis. Lamar Edmonds (Worcester, Mass.), who made an impact on special teams last season with a forced fumble and a blocked kick, has the inside track on a reserve corner spot, while redshirt freshman Casey DeAndrade (East Bridgewater, Mass.) and

time last season, both should figure prominently in the defensive backfield and on special teams once again this season. Keith Parkinson (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) and Tim Pike (Bedford, Mass.) represent experienced defensive backfield reinforcements for new safeties coach Scott James, while Ryan Lynch (Atkinson, N.H.) and Dougie Moss (Huntsville, Ala.) will be expected to see playing time.

Manny Asam

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sophomore Kalil Bailey (Lancaster, Pa.) seek to step up in ’13. SPECIAL TEAMS All-CAA Third Team kicker Mike MacArthur (North SAFETIES Hampton, N.H.) enters his senior year as the starter for the Senior co-captain Manny Asam (Bloomfield, N.J.) enters fourth consecutive year and starting punter for the third year in his final collegiate season as the Wildcats’ active leader in career a row. MacArthur, who paced the ‘Cats with 71 points, ranked tackles (151). Asam ranked second on last year’s team with 76 third in the CAA in field goals/game (0.92) and sixth in scoring/ tackles while starting all 12 games at strong safety; he added game (5.9 points). 1.5 sacks, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recov- Brad Prasky (Groton, Mass.) tallied nine punts for 333 ery. Nick Cefalo (Basking Ridge, N.J.) started all 12 games in yards in four games. He was the primary punter for the NCAA ’12, putting his versatility on display by starting four games at second-round playoff game at Wofford, where he tallied six ‘whip’ safety before a career-ending injury to Chris Beranger punts for 206 yards (34.3 yards/punt). Christian Breda (Needpressed Cefalo into the free safety position over the season’s ham, Mass.) and Joe Ghiloni (Warwick, N.Y.) provide depth in final eight weeks. He met that challenge, and many opposing the kicking game. ball-carriers, head on with 44 tackles, two interceptions and five pass breakups, which tied for the team lead. Tre Williams (Syracuse, N.Y.), who has posted 40 tackles over his first two seasons, will compete for a starting spot once again after earning the nod at ‘whip’ safety five times last season. Hayden Knudson (Alexandria, Va.) and Daniel Rowe (Orange, N.J.), who were the only true freshmen to see playing

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No. Name 1 Max Avin 4 Manny Asam (C) 5 Sean Goldrich 6 Kyon Taylor 7 Jared Allison 8 Chris Houston 9 (D) Lamar Edmonds 9 Max Pedinoff 10 Brad Prasky 11 (O) Antonio Natale 11 (D) Tre Williams 12 Adam Riese 13 Mike MacArthur 14 Andy Vailas 15 Joe Ghiloni 15 R.J. Harris 16 (D) Nick Cefalo 16 (O) Danny Roberto 17 Mike DeTroia 18 Cam Seymour 19 Chris McCormick 20 Ryan Lynch 21 Steven Thames 22 Nico Steriti 23 Dougie Moss 24 Mike Kelly 26 Geno Miller 27 Dalton Crossan 28 Casey DeAndrade 29 Jim Earley 30 Chris Setian (C) 31 Chris Beranger 31 Patrick Mensah 32 Jimmy Owens 33 Keith Parkinson 34 Steve Collister 35 (D) Kalil Bailey 35 (O) Chris Redding 37 Chris Kealey 38 Anthony Pante 39 Eric Burgos 39 Marquis Carr 40 Tim Pike 41 Horace Chalstrom 42 Akil Anderson 43 Mark Accino 44 Dab Ukwuani 45 Daniel Rowe 46 Hayden Knudson 47 Nick Marino 48 Donald Goodrich 49 Ryan Farrell 50 Riley Pritchett 51 Shane McNeely 53 Tad McNeely 54 Chris Reckmeyer 54 Harry Theodhosi 55 Jay Colbert 56 DeVaughn Chollette

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Pos. WR S QB WR WR CB CB K/P K/P QB S QB K/P QB K/P WR S QB WR WR QB S CB RB DB WR DB RB DB RB RB S DB RB S LB CB WR DB WR S DB S CB LB WR DE S S DB RB LB LB LB OL LB LB DE LB

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Cl. Fr. Sr. So. R-Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Sr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. So. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. So. R-Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. So. Sr. R-Fr.

Ht. 5-11 6-0 6-3 5-11 5-8 5-9 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-2 5-8 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-2 5-9 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-9 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-8 6-1 6-2 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-0

Wt. 180 187 213 178 172 176 173 220 191 200 191 213 186 187 175 192 196 195 206 216 202 177 176 221 180 194 190 206 207 182 235 198 185 220 197 242 178 170 205 178 190 175 198 180 208 183 257 192 206 180 185 213 215 238 270 230 215 261 232

Hometown/Last School Coral Springs, Fla./Coral Springs Bloomfield, N.J./Worcester Academy West Haven, Conn./Notre Dame Springfield, Va./Lee Cliffwood, N.J./Matawan Regional Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop McDevitt Worcester, Mass./St. Peter-Marian Newtown, Pa./Council Rock North Groton, Mass./Groton-Dunstable Bridgewater, N.J./Immaculata Syracuse, N.Y./Christian Brothers Academy Hamilton, N.J./Steinert North Hampton, N.H./Phillips Exeter Bedford, N.H./Phillips Academy Warwick, N.Y./Warwick Valley Odenton, Md./Arundel Basking Ridge, N.J./Cheshire Academy Rumson, N.J./Rumson-Fair Haven Barnegat, N.J./Barnegat Hyannis, Mass./Nauset Regional Winooski, Vt./Berkshire Academy Atkinson, N.H./Timberlane Regional Fort Washington, Md./Riverdale Baptist Toms River, N.J./Toms River East Huntsville, Ala./Columbia Merrimack, N.H./Bishop Guertin Alexandria, Va./Bishop Ireton Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y./Sachem North East Bridgewater, Mass./East Bridgewater Hopkinton, N.H./Bishop Brady East Longmeadow, Mass./Suffield Academy Winthrop, Mass./Winthrop New City, N.Y./St. Joseph’s Regional West Deptford, N.J./West Deptford Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Pine Crest Rochester, N.Y./Greece Olympia Lancaster, Pa./Manheim Township Bennington, Vt./Burr and Burton Academy McLean, Va./Tilton School Manalapan, N.J./St. John Vianney Danvers, Mass./Danvers Naples, Fla./Berkshire School Bedford, Mass./Bedford Annapolis, Md./St. Mary’s Morristown, N.J./Morristown Hyde Park, Mass./Charlestown Gaithersburg, Md./Col. Zadok Magruder East Orange, N.J./Williston Northampton Alexandria, Va./Hayfield Hudson, N.H./Bishop Guertin Portland, Maine/Cheverus Westwood, Mass./Xaverian Brothers Berwyn, Pa./Conestoga Whitehall, Pa./Allentown Central Catholic Whitehall, Pa./Allentown Central Catholic West Hartford, Conn./Conard Londonderry, N.H./Londonderry Langhorne, Pa./Neshaminy Scranton, Pa./West Scranton

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2013 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 69 70 72 73 74 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Name Kevin McNally Sean McCann Odaine Franklyn Matt Kaplan Sean Ryan George Kallas Ricky Archer Mike Zaloga Tim Johnson Seamus O’Neill (C) Curtis Nealer Alexander Morrill Mike Coccia Rick Holt Jake Kennedy Will McInerny Alex Blane Zach Hundertmark Rob Bowman Austin Heter Cam Shorey Justin Mello Jimmy Giansante Tim Farina Aaron Lewis-Cenales Brian Ciccone Ekene Nwokoye Jordan Powell Andrew Lauderdale Harold Spears Rashid Armand Jimmy Vailas Jullian Turner Mike Lynch Michael Boryeskne Ryan Welch Cody Muller Robbie Zauck Danny Riley Christian Breda

Pos. LB DT LB DT OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL DE WR WR WR WR TE TE TE TE TE DT DL DT DE LB DT DE DE DL K/P

Cl. R-Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. So. R-Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. So. So.

Ht. 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-7 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-6 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-2

Wt. 219 275 230 296 301 311 280 281 294 281 296 299 295 275 285 290 281 285 288 271 253 212 200 168 175 253 227 237 259 245 288 261 293 235 215 290 255 243 260 177

Hometown/Last School Cornwall, N.Y./Cornwall Avon Lake, Ohio/Avon Lake White Plains, N.Y./Proctor Academy Franklin, N.H./Franklin Londonderry, N.H./Londonderry Beverly, Mass./Beverly The Plains, Va./Osceola Saratoga Springs, N.Y./Christian Brothers Academy Oakdale, Pa./West Allegheny Manchester, N.H./Manchester Central Pitman, N.J./Pitman Lebanon, N.H./Lebanon Bethlehem, Pa./Freedom Portsmouth, N.H./Portsmouth Amherst, N.H./Souhegan Bedford, N.H./Bedford North Andover, Mass./North Andover West Windsor, N.J./Hun School Cheshire, Conn./Notre Dame McKees Rocks, Pa./Montour Calais, Maine/Phillips Exeter Dartmouth, Mass./Dartmouth Jefferson Hills, Pa./Thomas Jefferson Campton, N.H./Plymouth Regional Odenton, Md./Arundel Manchester, Mass./Manchester Essex Hanover, N.H./Academy of the New Church Forked River, N.J./Lacey Township Concord, N.H./Trinity Perkasie, Pa./Pennington School Brooklyn, N.Y./Sheepshead Bay Bedford, N.H./Kimball Union Academy East Pittsburgh, Pa./Woodland Hills Nashua, N.H./Nashua North Sparta, N.J./Sparta Dunstable, Mass./Lawrence Academy Telford, Pa./Souderton Ocean City, N.J./Ocean City Danielsville, Pa./Northampton Area Needham, Mass./Dexter

Wildcats Coaching Staff Head Coach: Sean McDonnell Offensive Coordinator/QBs: Ryan Carty Defensive Coordinator/DBs: John Lyons Defensive Ends: Jon Shelton Tight Ends: Brian Barbato Running Backs: Michael Ferzoco Defensive Tackles: Chris Van Horn Offensive Line: Alex Miller Linebackers: Art Link Wide Receivers: Ricky Santos Safeties: Scott James Assistant Athletic Director for Football Operations: Bobby Callahan Strength and Conditioning Coach: Paul Chapman Director of Video Operations: Matthew Delgado Athletic Trainers: Jon Dana, Cindy Michaud

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No. 43 7 42 63 90 4 1 35 (D) 31 76 94 78 99 39 39 16 41 56 85 70 55 34 27 28 17 29 9 83 49 59 15 82 5 48 15 79 72 8 77 65 62 60 37 24 73 46 88 84 93 20 13 47 58 19 74 57 51 53

Name Mark Accino Jared Allison Akil Anderson Ricky Archer Rashid Armand Manny Asam (C) Max Avin Kalil Bailey Chris Beranger Alex Blane Michael Boryeskne Rob Bowman Christian Breda Eric Burgos Marquis Carr Nick Cefalo Horace Chalstrom DeVaughn Chollette Brian Ciccone Mike Coccia Jay Colbert Steve Collister Dalton Crossan Casey DeAndrade Mike DeTroia Jim Earley Lamar Edmonds Tim Farina Ryan Farrell Odaine Franklyn Joe Ghiloni Jimmy Giansante Sean Goldrich Donald Goodrich R.J. Harris Austin Heter Rick Holt Chris Houston Zach Hundertmark Tim Johnson George Kallas Matt Kaplan Chris Kealey Mike Kelly Jake Kennedy Hayden Knudson Andrew Lauderdale Aaron Lewis-Cenales Mike Lynch Ryan Lynch Mike MacArthur Nick Marino Sean McCann Chris McCormick Will McInerny Kevin McNally Shane McNeely Tad McNeely

2013 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER Pos. WR WR LB OL DT S WR CB S OL LB OL K/P S DB S CB LB TE OL DE LB RB DB WR RB CB WR LB LB K/P WR QB RB WR OL DL CB OL OL OL DT DB WR OL S TE WR DE S K/P DB DT QB OL LB LB OL

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Cl. R-Fr. So. So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. Jr. So. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Fr.

Ht. 5-11 5-8 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-5 6-2 5-9 5-10 6-2 5-9 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-3 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-1 6-2 5-8 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-0 6-4 6-3 5-9 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-1 5-9 6-3 6-0 6-6 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-3 6-2 6-7 6-1 6-2 6-2

Wt. 183 172 208 280 288 187 180 178 198 281 215 288 177 190 175 196 180 232 253 295 261 242 206 207 206 182 173 168 213 230 175 200 213 185 192 271 275 176 285 294 311 296 205 194 285 206 259 175 235 177 186 180 275 202 290 219 238 270

Hometown/Last School(s) Hyde Park, Mass./Charlestown Cliffwood, N.J./Matawan Regional Morristown, N.J./Morristown The Plains, Va./Osceola Brooklyn, N.Y./Sheepshead Bay Bloomfield, N.J./Worcester Academy Coral Springs, Fla./Coral Springs Lancaster, Pa./Manheim Township Winthrop, Mass./Winthrop North Andover, Mass./North Andover Sparta, N.J./Sparta Cheshire, Conn./Notre Dame Needham, Mass./Dexter Danvers, Mass./Danvers Naples, Fla./Berkshire School Basking Ridge, N.J./Cheshire Academy Annapolis, Md./St. Mary’s Scranton, Pa./West Scranton Manchester, Mass./Manchester Essex Bethlehem, Pa./Freedom Langhorne, Pa./Neshaminy Rochester, N.Y./Greece Olympia Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y./Sachem North East Bridgewater, Mass./East Bridgewater Barnegat, N.J./Barnegat Hopkinton, N.H./Bishop Brady Worcester, Mass./St. Peter-Marian Campton, N.H./Plymouth Regional Westwood, Mass./Xaverian Brothers White Plains, N.Y./Proctor Academy Warwick, N.Y./Warwick Valley Jefferson Hills, Pa./Thomas Jefferson West Haven, Conn./Notre Dame Portland, Maine/Cheverus Odenton, Md./Arundel McKees Rocks, Pa./Montour Portsmouth, N.H./Portsmouth Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop McDevitt West Windsor, N.J./Hun School Oakdale, Pa./West Allegheny Beverly, Mass./Beverly Franklin, N.H./Franklin McLean, Va./Tilton School Merrimack, N.H./Bishop Guertin Amherst, N.H./Souhegan Alexandria, Va./Hayfield Concord, N.H./Trinity Odenton, Md./Arundel Nashua, N.H./Nashua North Atkinson, N.H./Timberlane Regional North Hampton, N.H./Phillips Exeter Hudson, N.H./Bishop Guertin Avon Lake, Ohio/Avon Lake Winooski, Vt./Berkshire Academy Bedford, N.H./Bedford Cornwall, N.Y./Cornwall Whitehall, Pa./Allentown Central Catholic Whitehall, Pa./Allentown Central Catholic

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No. 81 31 26 69 23 96 11 67 86 66 32 38 33 9 40 87 10 50 54 35 (O) 12 98 16 45 61 30 18 80 89 22 6 21 54 92 44 14 91 95 11 64 97

Name Justin Mello Patrick Mensah Geno Miller Alexander Morrill Dougie Moss Cody Muller Antonio Natale Curtis Nealer Ekene Nwokoye Seamus O’Neill (C) Jimmy Owens Anthony Pante Keith Parkinson Max Pedinoff Tim Pike Jordan Powell Brad Prasky Riley Pritchett Chris Reckmeyer Chris Redding Adam Riese Danny Riley Danny Roberto Daniel Rowe Sean Ryan Chris Setian (C) Cam Seymour Cam Shorey Harold Spears Nico Steriti Kyon Taylor Steven Thames Harry Theodhosi Jullian Turner Dab Ukwuani Andy Vailas Jimmy Vailas Ryan Welch Tre Williams Mike Zaloga Robbie Zauck

2013 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER Pos. WR DB DB OL DB DE QB OL TE OL RB WR S K/P S TE K/P LB LB WR QB DL QB S OL RB WR DE TE RB WR CB LB DT DE QB DL DT S OL DE

Cl. Sr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. So. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. So. Sr. Jr. R-Fr. So. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. So. So. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr.

Ht. 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-5 6-4 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-8 6-1 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-4 6-5 6-4 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-2

Wt. 212 185 190 299 180 255 200 296 227 281 220 178 197 220 198 237 191 215 230 170 213 260 195 192 301 235 216 253 245 221 178 176 215 293 257 187 261 290 191 281 243

Hometown/Last School(s) Dartmouth, Mass./Dartmouth New City, N.Y./St. Joseph’s Regional Alexandria, Va./Bishop Ireton Lebanon, N.H./Lebanon Huntsville, Ala./Columbia Telford, Pa./Souderton Bridgewater, N.J./Immaculata Pitman, N.J./Pitman Hanover, N.H./Academy of the New Church Manchester, N.H./Manchester Central West Deptford, N.J./West Deptford Manalapan, N.J./St. John Vianney Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Pine Crest Newtown, Pa./Council Rock North Bedford, Mass./Bedford Forked River, N.J./Lacey Township Groton, Mass./Groton-Dunstable Berwyn, Pa./Conestoga West Hartford, Conn./Conard Bennington, Vt./Burr and Burton Academy Hamilton, N.J./Steinert Danielsville, Pa./Northampton Area Rumson, N.J./Rumson-Fair Haven East Orange, N.J./Williston Northampton Londonderry, N.H./Londonderry East Longmeadow, Mass./Suffield Academy Hyannis, Mass./Nauset Regional Calais, Maine/Phillips Exeter Perkasie, Pa./Pennington School Toms River, N.J./Toms River East Springfield, Va./Lee Fort Washington, Md./Riverdale Baptist Londonderry, N.H./Londonderry East Pittsburgh, Pa./Woodland Hills Gaithersburg, Md./Col. Zadok Magruder Bedford, N.H./Phillips Academy Bedford, N.H./Kimball Union Academy Dunstable, Mass./Lawrence Academy Syracuse, N.Y./Christian Brothers Academy Saratoga Springs, N.Y./Christian Brothers Academy Ocean City, N.J./Ocean City

Wildcats Coaching Staff Head Coach: Sean McDonnell Offensive Coordinator/QBs: Ryan Carty Defensive Coordinator/DBs: John Lyons Defensive Ends: Jon Shelton Tight Ends: Brian Barbato Running Backs: Michael Ferzoco Defensive Tackles: Chris Van Horn Offensive Line: Alex Miller Linebackers: Art Link Wide Receivers: Ricky Santos Safeties: Scott James Assistant Athletic Director for Football Operations: Bobby Callahan Strength and Conditioning Coach: Paul Chapman Director of Video Operations: Matthew Delgado Athletic Trainers: Jon Dana, Cindy Michaud

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Mark ACCINO

Akil ANDERSON

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Freshman (R) // Wide Receiver 5-11 // 183 // Hyde Park, Mass.

Sophomore // Linebacker 6-1 // 208 // Morristown, N.J.

Personal The son of Jean and Rosenie Accino ... born 2-5-94 in Boston, Mass.

Personal The son of Robin Lewis ... born 10-29-93 in Newark, N.J.

2012 Redshirt season as defensive back

2012 Played in 11 games as reserve linebacker and on special teams, making 14 tackles (eight solo) with pass breakup, fumble recovery 2011 Redshirt season

Before UNH Played WR at Charlestown High School ... 2010 and 2011 team captain ... 2010 and 2011 team MVP ... 2010 and 2011 Boston North All-Conference WR ... member of the National Honors Society

Before UNH Played for coach Chris Hull at Morristown High School ... senior captain on the 2010 North II Group III state champions ... finished senior campaign with 85 tackles, two forced fumbles, 16 passes defended and one interception ... on offense, caught 23 passes for 476 yards and three touchdowns ... named Group 3 All-State First Team, All-Conference First Team and AllMorris County on defense

Jared ALLISON

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Ricky ARCHER

Sophomore // Wide Receiver 5-8 // 172 // Cliffwood, N.J. Personal The son of W. Frankie and Tricia Allison ... born 4-1-93 in Red Bank, N.J. 2012 Played in 11 games, with three receptions for 50 yards and six rushes for 51 yards ... had two kick returns for 72 yards with a career-long of 62 yards, in win at Georgia State ... notched first career kick return for 20 yards in loss at ODU ... ran for a 30-yard TD on first collegiate touch in win vs CCSU 2011 Redshirt season Before UNH Four-year starter at Matawan Regional High School for coach Joe Martucci ... as senior captain, named to National Football Foundation MSG Varsity All-Metro Second Team as DB ... member of Super 100 All-State Team ... Class A Offensive Player of Year ... Old Spice Red Zone Player of Year as junior and senior ... N.J. All-State North vs. South Offensive MVP ... as junior, All-State Second Team offense, All-Shore First Team offense, All-Monmouth First Team offense ... Monmouth County Player of Year ... Liberty Division Player of Year ... team captain during junior campaign ... as sophomore, received Big Time Football Showcase Fastest Man award by posting a 4.37 40-yard dash

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Senior // Offensive Line 6-2 // 280 // The Plains, Va. Personal The son of Rick Archer ... born 1-10-91 in Cleveland, Ohio 2012 Missed entire season ... tabbed to College Sporting News Preseason AllAmerica Third Team; CAA Preseason All-Conference Team; Phil Steele’s Preseason All-CAA First Team and Preseason All-America Third Team (ranked preseason No. 7 offensive guard nationally); College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA First Team; College Sports Journal Preseason AllAmerica Third Team; BSN Preseason All-America Second Team 2011 Started all 12 games at right guard ... tabbed to FCS All-New England Team ... named to All-CAA Second Team 2010 Played in nine games, with six starts at guard (five at RG, one at LG) 2009 Redshirt season Before UNH Member of 2008 2-A Florida High School Championship team at Osceola High School

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Rashid ARMAND

Manny ASAM

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Senior // Safety 6-0 // 187 // Bloomfield, N.J.

Sophomore // Defensive Tackle 6-1 // 288 // Brooklyn, N.Y. Personal The son of Yves Armand and Twanna Bolden ... born 8-4-93 in Brooklyn, N.Y. 2012 Played in four games at defensive tackle, with four tackles (two solo) ... set career high with three tackles in win over CCSU 2011 Redshirt season Before UNH Team captain as DT and OL for Sheepshead Bay High School ... named to 2010 N.Y. Post All-Boro and All-City Teams … named ‘10 PSAL MVP Scholar-Athlete … tabbed to Brooklyn Football Coaches Association Big 44 Senior All-Star Team … named 2010-11 Sheepshead Bay H.S. “Top Male Athlete of the Year” … H.S. Wall of Fame recipient … selected as member of “Senior Arista” Chapter of the National Honor Society … named 2009 Sheepshead Bay H.S. best lineman … three-time varsity academic award winner (2009-11) … selected to the 2006 Atlanta Falcons “The Big Ticket” Youth Football Classic all-star game … defensive player of the year for North Clayton Patriots U-12 team, ’06 metro Atlanta champions

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Personal The son of David Asam and Evelyn Aggrey ... born 8-24-90 in Ghana 2012 Named to All-CAA Second Team after ranking second on team with 76 tackles (57 solo) ... had 1.5 sacks, one interception, five tackles for loss, one pass breakup, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery ... started all 12 games at strong safety for second straight season ... made career- and gamehigh 12 tackles and tallied first career forced fumble in NCAA secondround playoff game at Wofford ... made 11 tackles, including career-high 1.5 sacks, in win over No. 8 Delaware ... made six tackles and recovered fumble in win at Rhode Island 2011 Notched 75 tackles, including 48 solo stops (third on team) while starting all 12 games at strong safety ... had six tackles for loss, one sack, three interceptions, four pass breakups and a fumble recovery ... recorded first career fumble recovery in win against Maine; added five tackles ... made 11 total tackles (seven solo) in win over James Madison ... snared third INT of season and racked up seven tackles in Colonial Clash victory over UMass at Gillette Stadium ... made six tackles and picked off second pass of year in win over Holy Cross ... registered nine tackles, including first career sack, in win vs Richmond ... tallied first career interception in victory at Lehigh ... converted from WR to safety in spring camp 2010 Played in eight games, making three receptions for 17 yards as a wide receiver ... collected career-high two catches for four yards in win over Towson ... made one reception for career-high 13 yards in loss at Rhode Island 2009 Redshirt season Before UNH Standout DB and WR at Worcester Academy ... Class A First Team NESPSAC and All-New England First Team DB ... gained over 1,000 all-purpose yards ... also lettered in lacrosse ... at Bloomfield High School in 2007, named to All-State Second Team ... MVP of Robeson All-Star Classic

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Kalil BAILEY

Chris BERANGER

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Sophomore // Cornerback

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5-10 // 178 // Lancaster, Pa.

Senior // Safety 5-11 // 198 // Winthrop, Mass.

Personal The son of Bart and Janine Bailey ... born 9-5-93 in Teaneck, N.J.

Personal The son of Jeannie Scarpa and Kevin Beranger ... born 8-26-90 in Boston

2012 Saw action in three games ... made first career tackle in first college game, a win at Holy Cross 2011 Redshirt season

2012 Started first four games at free safety before season was cut short by concussion at Old Dominion ... collected 22 tackles, 15 solo, with fumble recovery and pass breakup ... recorded eight tackles, four solo, and recovered a fumble at Minnesota ... tied Matt Evans for team lead by recording nine tackles, eight solo, in win at Holy Cross ... named Phil Steele’s Preseason All-CAA Honorable Mention and ranked publication’s No. 5 free safety nationally ... named to College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA First Team ... named to Beyond Sports Network Preseason All-American Third Team 2011 Started all 12 games at free safety ... ranked second on team with 142 tackles and 77 solo stops ... 142 tackles ranks No. 4 in school single-season history ... had one sack, one interception, two forced fumbles and team-leading five pass breakups ... ranked third in CAA and ninth in nation with 11.8 tackles/game ... ranked third in CAA and eighth in country with 6.4 solo tackles/game ... ranked third in CAA and fifth in FCS with 142 total tackles ... ranked second in CAA and third in country with 77 solo tackles ... led team in tackles in seven of 12 games and registered double-digit tackles in eight games ... paced team with 15 tackles in NCAA second-round playoff loss at Montana State ... set career high with 10 solo stops and led squad with 16 tackles in win against Maine; added two pass breakups ... secured 13 tackles, notched first career sack and forced fumble in win over Rhode Island; marked third straight game with double-digit tackles and earned CFPA DB Performer of Week Honorable Mention ... tallied 14 tackles to lead team in Colonial Clash win over UMass ... forced fumble and led squad with 16 tackles in loss at William & Mary ... tallied team-high 12 tackles in win over Holy Cross ... set career high with 17 tackles in upset win at Richmond ... snared first career interception in win at Lehigh ... recorded first career double-digit tackle game with 12 stops in loss at Toledo 2010 Played in 10 games, making 20 tackles, including nine solo stops ... added one pass breakup ... set then career high with nine tackles in triumph over Towson ... tallied two tackles in victory over UMass in inaugural Colonial Clash at Gillette Stadium ... made four tackles in collegiate debut vs. Central Connecticut State in home opener 2009 Redshirt season

Before UNH Had a standout career at Manheim Township for coach Mike Melnyk ... honorable mention All Lebanon-Lancaster League as a defensive back as junior and senior ... also lettered in track ... All Lebanon-Lancaster League in the 100-meter dash ... track team captain during senior year ... posted impressive numbers of 4.57 seconds in the 40-yard dash and 35.8 inches in the vertical jump ... as junior, finished fourth in league in the 100 meter and fifth in high jump

Before UNH Two-way standout at Winthrop H.S., serving as senior captain ... three-time All-North Shore All-Star with more than 4,000 all-purpose yards and 48 TDs as RB, WR and DB/LB ... awarded Bentley Swift Cup at graduation as Class of 2009’s top athlete ... named Defensive Player of the Year as senior with 115 tackles, 4 INTs ... as junior, ranked third in Division 3 in scoring with 17 touchdowns and 102 points, earning co-MVP honors in the Northeastern Small Conference ... member of 2006 Super Bowl-winning Vikings team ... started for two seasons on the Vikings’ baseball team as a centerfielder and pitcher

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Alex BLANE

Christian BREDA

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Junior // Offensive Line 6-4 // 281 // North Andover, Mass.

Sophomore // Kicker/Punter 6-2 // 177 // Needham, Mass.

Personal The son of Alex and Susan Blane ... born 4-5-92 in North Andover, Mass.

Personal The son of Gary and Sandy Breda ... born 7-19-92 in Natick, Mass.

2012 Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... saw action in four games as reserve offensive lineman 2011 Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and tabbed to CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... provided depth on offensive line ... saw action in Villanova game 2010 Redshirt season as DL

2012 Did not see game action 2011 Redshirt season Before UNH Was a three-time varsity letterman in crew and was captain his junior and senior years at Dexter ... was ranked 81st in the nation by Kohl’s Kicking ... kicked the first field goal in Dexter football program history

Before UNH Played OL/DL at North Andover H.S. for coach John Rafferty ... two-year starter was named pre-season All-Massachusetts All-Star by “ESPN Rise Magazine” ... feted as All-Cape Ann selection and awarded school’s Coaches Award ... three-sport captain, also lettering in lacrosse and basketball for the Scarlet Knights ... All-Cape Ann lacrosse player in junior year

Nick CEFALO

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Junior // Safety 6-2 // 196 // Basking Ridge, N.J.

Rob BOWMAN

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Personal The son of Andrew and Robin Cefalo ... born 9-23-91 in Morristown, N.J.

Junior // Offensive Line 6-5 // 288 // Cheshire, Conn. Personal The son of Pat and Terry Bowman ... born 7-29-92 in Cheshire, Conn. 2012 Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... started all 12 games at right tackle ... part of offense that ranked second in CAA in scoring offense (34.1 points/game), total offense (451.5 yards/game) and first downs (22.1/game) while placing third in rushing offense (220.8 yards/game) and passing offense (230.8 yards/game) ... league-best red zone offense (94%) 2011 Served as backup offensive tackle ... played in five games 2010 Redshirt season Before UNH An OL/DL starter at Notre Dame H.S. ... guided school to 11-1 record, Class L State Championship & No. 1 ranking as senior ... named to the SCC All-Conference Team; Walter Camp All-Connecticut Team; All-Area First Team on offense & All-State First Team on defense by the New Haven Register ... All-State DL by Head Coaches Association ... led SCC Class L DTs in tackles and in sacks/yards lost (10/46) ... also lettered in lacrosse

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2012 Named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team and received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... started all 12 games; first four starts at ‘whip’ safety and last eight starts at free safety after season-ending injury to starter Chris Beranger … notched 44 tackles (30 solo) with two tackles for loss, two interceptions and tied for team lead with five pass breakups … equaled career-high with six tackles in four games (ODU, URI, W&M, Towson) … named CFPA Defensive Back of Week Honorable Mention for performance in win vs CCSU: contributed first two career interceptions against CCSU to go along with four solo tackles 2011 Was one of only two true freshmen (Shane McNeely) to see action ... played in five games, recording three tackles (all solo) ... made his first career tackle in collegiate debut vs Villanova Before UNH Played post-graduate season at Cheshire (Conn.) Academy ... set state record by returning five INTs for TDs ... named All-Colonial League and All-New England; led region in receiving and interceptions ... captained Cheshire basketball team ...three-year starter at Ridge High School ... named AllState First Team and All-County First Team by Newark Star Ledger and First Team All-Area by Courier News ... as senior, named Somerset County Player of the Year and Courier News Male Athlete of the Year ... career 46 receptions for 1,010 yards and 15 touchdowns and 778 yards rushing on 113 carries with four TDs ... tallied seven interceptions, returning one for a touchdown, seeing time as both a cornerback and a free safety

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Horace CHALSTROM

Brian CICCONE

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Freshman (R) // Cornerback 5-9 // 180 // Annapolis, Md. Personal The son of Harry and Amy Chalstrom ... born 12-28-92 in Arlington, Va. 2012 Redshirt season Before UNH Played DB and RB at St. Mary’s High School ... captain of football and track and field team ... as senior, All-Conference MIAA B & All-County in football ... also named All-Conference as junior ... named All-Conference MIAA B in track and field ... member of 2008 MIAA B conference champions

DeVaughn CHOLLETTE

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Freshman (R) // Linebacker 6-0 // 232 // Scranton, Pa. Personal The son of Erica Chollette ... born 1-15-94 in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Personal The son of Tony and Pam Ciccone ... born 10-10-91 in Beverly, Mass. 2012 Member of CAA Academic All-Conference Team and recipient of CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... saw action in all 12 games, including two starts … caught three passes for 42 yards and a touchdown … made first career TD catch for 18 yards (from Andy Vailas) versus Towson 2011 Member of 2011 CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... appeared in 10 games ... started season as defensive end before switching to tight end after second game ... made one catch for two yards vs Villanova ... made two tackles as DE in season opener at Toledo ... switched to DE during spring camp 2010 Redshirt season as TE ... suffered leg injury during Blue-White fall game ... received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award Before UNH Three-time All-Commonwealth Conference at Manchester Essex H.S. ... league co-MVP during senior season ... amassed over 3,600 total yards and 50 touchdowns as WR, TE and RB ... as senior captain, rushed for 887 yards and 13 TDs, and tacked on 441 receiving yards and seven TDs

Mike COCCIA

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Junior // Offensive Line 6-3 // 295 // Bethlehem, Pa.

2012 Redshirt season Before UNH A four-year starter and senior team captain at West Scranton High School ... LB/RB racked up more than 300 career tackles ... as a junior in 2010, he led the team to a 9-3 record, a second-place finish in the Lackawanna Football Conference and a berth in the state playoffs ... finished the season with 92 tackles, three forced fumbles and an interception while rushing for over 700 yards (5.3 yards/carry) ... earned All-Lackawanna First-Team honors in 2010 ... as a senior in 2011, finished fourth in the league with 80 tackles to go along with three sacks and two forced fumbles ... on offense, he rushed for over 550 yards, averaged 5.2 yards/carry, recorded four games with double-digit tackle performances, highlighted by a season-high 15 stops against Delaware Valley ... named Lackawanna All-Conference First Team in ‘11 and was selected to represent the East team as a linebacker in the East-West All-Star Game ... also a varsity wrestler and a member of the track team ... a finalist for the 2011 Fiore Cesare Award and Scholarship, an award recognizing outstanding play and academic achievement in the Lackawanna Football Conference ... made honor roll every quarter during his high school career

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Junior // Tight End 6-3 // 253 // Manchester, Mass.

Personal The son of Silvio and Robin Coccia ... born 7-23-92 in Easton, Pa. 2012 Started all 12 games at center, stretching streak to all 24 games of his career ... named to All-CAA Third Team and College Sports Madness All-CAA Third Team ... part of offense that ranked second in CAA in scoring offense, total offense and first downs while placing third in rushing offense and passing offense ... league-best red zone offense (94%) 2011 Started all 12 games at center 2010 Redshirt season Before UNH Three-year letterwinner as OL/DL at Freedom H.S. ... paved way for two All-State running backs ... named All-Conference First Team and All-Area First Team as senior ... chosen to play in the Pa. East-West Shrine Game & Big 33 All-Star Game ... as junior, compiled 45 tackles and 10 sacks, earning All-Area Second Team honors ... also lettered in basketball

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Jay COLBERT

Dalton CROSSAN

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Senior // Defensive End 6-1 // 261 // Langhorne, Pa. Personal The son of Angela Colbert ... born 11-1-90 in Dade City, Fla. 2012 Started all 12 games at defensive end … notched 26 tackles (19 solo) with seven tackles for loss … registered two sacks and a QB hurry … equaled career high with five tackles at ODU 2011 Missed season due to injury 2010 Played in all 13 games at defensive end ... made 12 tackles, five solo, including two tackles for loss ... established career high with five tackles in season-opening triumph over Central Connecticut State 2009 Redshirt season Before UNH Played DE/TE at Neshaminy High School under head coach Mark Schmidt ... earned First-Team Suburban One League honors at DE and second-team as FB as senior ... selected to Philadelphia Enquirer All-Southeast Pennsylvania Team ... member of the first-team ‘Golden Team’ ... chosen to play in the prestigious Pennsylvania vs Ohio Big 33 Football Classic

Freshman (R) // Running Back 5-11 // 206 // Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y. Personal The son of Michael and Susan Crossan ... born 2-25-94 in Stony Brook, N.Y. 2012 Redshirt season ... named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team and received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award Before UNH Co-winner of Hansen Award as best player on Long Island after senior year at Sachem North H.S. ... All-State Second Team, All-Metro First Team (MSG Varsity), All-Long Island First Team, All-County First Team and AllDivision First Team ... carried 208 times for 2,016 yards, averaged 10.43 yards/carry, fifth all-time at Sachem North ... set school record as junior by averaging 12.14 yards/carry ... ranked 10th all-time in Suffolk County history and No. 11 in L.I. history in rushing yards ... ranked No. 9 in L.I. single-season rushing yardage, No. 8 in county history and fifth all-time in points scored on L.I. (434) ... tallied 230 single-season points and scored 72 career TDs to rank fifth all-time in L.I. history ... his 38 TDs as senior were fourth all-time on L.I. ... a nationally-ranked lacrosse player who was second in scoring on L.I. during his junior season ... was offered a full scholarship to play lacrosse at the University of Michigan

Casey DeANDRADE

Steve COLLISTER

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Freshman (R) // Defensive Back 5-11 // 207 // East Bridgewater, Mass.

Senior // Linebacker 5-10 // 242 // Rochester, N.Y. Personal The son of Terrence and Lynn Collister ... born 8-24-91 in Rochester, N.Y. 2012 Saw action in all 12 games, serving as team’s long snapper ... made two tackles versus William & Mary and a solo stop at Wofford 2011 Played in two games; made two tackles -both at Toledo 2010 Played in three games, making four tackles ... set career high with two solo tackles in NCAA playoff win at Bethune-Cookman 2009 Redshirt season Before UNH Lettered in football and track at Greece Olympia H.S. ... coached by Tim Hill ... member of Eddie Meath West All-Stars as RB ... named All-Greater Rochester Football Honorable Mention for Monroe County D-II

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Personal The son of John and Mariellen DeAndrade ... born 2-15-94 in Brockton, Mass. 2012 Redshirt season ... named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team Before UNH Senior captain at East Bridgewater H.S. ... twice named Boston Globe AllScholastic and Boston Herald All-Scholastic ... 2011 Division 4 Player of the Year ... three-time Brockton Enterprise All-Scholastic ... 2010 Defensive Player of the Year ... 2011 Offensive Player of the Year ... ESPN Boston All-State Team defensive back ... WATD South Shore League Player of the Year award (twice) ... three-time South Shore League All-Star ... amassed 62 TDs on 2,912 yards rushing, 1,135 yards receiving and intercepted 11 passes in career ... school record-holder in winter track 55-meter dash ... Division 4 State Relay Championship Team member ... two-year captain on the baseball team ... South Shore League All-Star in 2010 and 2011

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Mike DeTROIA

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Sophomore // Wide Receiver 6-3 // 206 // Barnegat, N.J.

Sophomore // Cornerback 5-10 // 173 // Worcester, Mass.

Personal The son of Mike and Lois DeTroia ... born 6-12-93 in Barnegat, N.J.

Personal The son of Marcie Merkel ... born 12-15-92 in Worcester, Mass.

2012 Made first career catch for three yards at Georgia State ... saw action in five games

2012 Named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team... appeared in all 12 games ... made 12 tackles (nine solo) with a forced fumble and a blocked kick ... blocked PAT in fourth quarter of 44-40 win over Richmond ... notched first career forced fumble (recovered by Akil Anderson) on opening kickoff at Old Dominion 2011 Member of 2011 CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... redshirt season

Before UNH Finished senior season with 62 receptions for 931 yards and 11 touchdowns, including a 98-yard scoring catch ... compiled eight interceptions from the safety position ... helped guide Barnegat High School to its most wins and first playoff berth in school history and was elected All-State First Team, All-N.J. Group 2 First Team, All-Shore First Team and a member of the N.J. Super 100 Team ... holds Barnegat H.S. career and season records for catches, receiving yards, touchdown catches and interceptions

Before UNH Played for coach Tom Hendrickson at St. Peter-Marian Jr.-Sr. High School ... named Central Mass. Football All-Star DB in 2009 and ‘10 ... served as captain of football team during senior season ... as junior, led state with nine interceptions ... also lettered in track ... track team captain as senior ... captured Central Mass. outdoor track 100m spring coach’s award as junior ... finished third in 4x100m relay in indoor track all-state games as junior

Jim EARLEY

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Junior // Running Back 5-10 // 182 // Hopkinton, N.H.

Senior // Wide Receiver 5-9 // 168 // Campton, N.H.

Personal The son of Daniel and Nancy Earley ... born 2-19-92 in Hanover, N.H.

Personal The son of Gary Farina and Julie Sackett ... born 8-29-91 in Plymouth, N.H.

2012 Had first career carry in win over CCSU 2011 Did not see game action

2012 Missed most of season due to injury ... saw action in one game (vs Towson) ... received Todd Walker Teammate Award for selflessness and dedication 2011 Played in two games, making one reception for six yards in win against Villanova; also had first and only career rush for 11 yards 2010 Saw action in two games 2009 Redshirt season

Before UNH Played for coach Greg Roberts at Bishop Brady High School ... also lettered in hockey and baseball for Green Giants ... during senior year, football team was state runner-up in 2008 ... member of state championship football team and state runner-up hockey team as freshman

Before UNH Lettered in football, basketball and baseball at Plymouth Regional H.S... scored 34 career touchdowns, 11 on punt returns ... rushed for 1,300 career yards playing for legendary coach Chuck Lenahan ... won four state championships ... graduated with 44-0 record... in senior campaign, rushed 70 times for 600 yards with 11 TDs and seven punt-return TDs (No. 2 in nation) ... 2009 N.H. Union Leader First Team... 2008-09 All-State First Team

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Freshman (R) // Linebacker 6-1 // 213 // Westwood, Mass. Personal The son of William and Pamela Farrell ... born 3-15-94 in Westwood, Mass. 2012 Redshirt season ... named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team Before UNH Played WR/DB for Xaverian Brothers in Westwood, Mass. ... was elected captain as a senior, but missed season due to injury ... recorded 60 tackles, including three for loss, collected one sack, snared three interceptions and posted 10 pass breakups in junior season ... a leader of the defensive secondary on one of the top-10 teams in Massachusetts ... member of 2009 Division 1 Super Bowl champion team ... also a two-year letter winner as a wing on Xaverian’s state-ranked hockey team & senior captain ... member of Super 8 qualifying hockey squad

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Freshman (R) // Kicker/Punter 5-8 // 175 // Warwick, N.Y.

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Junior // Wide Receiver 6-2 // 200 // Jefferson Hills, Pa. Personal The son of Jim and Shari Giansante ... born 2-4-92 in Pittsburgh, Pa. 2012 Saw action in eight games, including seven starts … made 14 catches for 200 yards … averaged 14.3 yards/catch with season-long reception of 30 yards … made career-high four catches for career-best 65 yards in win at Georgia State … tallied career-high-tying four catches for 55 yards in win at Rhode Island ... received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award 2011 Played in all 12 games, including two starts, at wide receiver ... hauled in 11 catches for 152 yards and three touchdowns ... long catch went for 31 yards ... averaged 13.8 yards/reception and 12.7 rec. yards/game ... registered one multi-catch game (Villanova) ... made 10-yard TD catch in win over Maine ... made three catches for 58 yards and a 31-yard reception to go along with 16-yard TD in win against Villanova ... nabbed 27-yard TD reception in win over Holy Cross ... first career catch went for nine yards at Toledo 2010 Redshirt season Before UNH Played WR/DB at Thomas Jefferson High School under head coach Bill Cherpak ... three-year starter for Jaguars, catching 53 passes for 1,234 yards and 14 touchdowns in senior season ... team posted impressive 42-2 mark during his career, winning the WPIAL and PIAA Class AAA championships in 2007 and 2008 ... named All-WPIAL Big 7 First-Team as wide receiver ... selected to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22 ... also lettered in track & field and basketball

Personal The son of David and Giselle Ghiloni ... born 3-28-94 in Warwick, N.Y. 2012 Redshirt season Before UNH High school captain at Warwick Valley ... named All-Section Honorable Mention in his senior season

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Sean GOLDRICH

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Sophomore // Quarterback 6-3 // 213 // West Haven, Conn. Personal The son of Judd Goldrich ... born 7-6-93 in New York, N.Y. 2012 Played in nine games, including six starts … won preseason QB battle with Andy Vailas and James Brady for starting job; became first freshman to ever start season opener at QB for UNH on Aug. 30, 2012, at Holy Cross … completed 107 of 180 passes for 1,202 yards with eight TDs and five INTs … averaged 133.6 yards/game (10th in CAA) and completed 59.4% of passes for pass efficiency of 124.65 (10th in CAA) … compiled 152.9 yards of total offense/game (No. 9 in CAA) … carried 48 times for 174 yards (3.6 yards/carry) and two rushing TDs … averaged 19.3 rushing yards/game with career-long 17-yard scamper at Holy Cross … season-long pass went for 79 yards (TD) to Harold Spears at Maine … named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team … named CAA Rookie of Week after going 21 of 31 for 193 yards and two TDs to go along with 10 rushes for 71 yards in collegiate debut – a win at Holy Cross … injured on second play from scrimmage in week 2 at Minnesota … returned to starting role at Maine (Oct. 20) and was named CAA Rookie of Week for second time after going 18-for39 for 283 yards and career-high four touchdowns … also earned College Sports Journal Offensive Freshman of Week and CFPA QB Performer of Week Honorable Mention for that performance ... named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team 2011 Redshirt season Before UNH Compiled a 25-4 record as starting quarterback for coach Tom Marcucci at Notre Dame H.S., including a state championship as a junior ... as senior, named All-State, All-Area, All-League, All-Southern Connecticut Conference ... passed for 1,800 yards, threw for 21 touchdowns and notched eight rushing TDs during senior season ... was named Levi Jackson All-Area Team, All-State First Team, All-Area Team and All-Conference First Team ... as junior, threw for 1,700 yards, 21 touchdowns and only one interception ... also lettered in baseball ... batted .389 as a junior with 15 stolen bases, leading his team to the state championship game

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS R.J. HARRIS

Austin HETER

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Junior // Wide Receiver 6-0 // 192 // Odenton, Md. Personal The son of Ronnie Sr. and Annette Harris ... born 6-3-92 in Wurzburg, Germany 2012 Named ECAC D-I FCS All-Star, All-New England Team, All-CAA First Team and College Sports Madness All-CAA First Team … made 84 receptions for 1,059 yards; single-season totals ranked fourth (catches) and sixth (yards) in UNH history … ranked second in the CAA in receptions/game (7.0) and receiving yards/game (88.2); nine TD catches ranked third in the league … fourth 100-yard receiving game of season and eighth of career with eight catches for 131 yards in victory at URI … seven catches for 88 yards and a TD in win at Maine ... five catches for 94 yards and two TDs in Homecoming win versus Richmond ... seven-reception, 129-yard effort in win over Delaware; scored two TDs on 32-yard reception and seven-yard reception from Andy Vailas; named College Sports Madness CAA Offensive Player of Week ... career-high 191 receiving yards on eight catches, two TDs, in loss at Old Dominion; registered career-high 73-yard reception from Vailas ... Gold Helmet Award after tying career high with 12 catches to go along with 102 receiving yards in win at Holy Cross; scored TD on eight-yard catch from Sean Goldrich and rushed for career-high 57 yards on four carries 2011 Tabbed to College Sports Journal All-Freshman Team and All-CAA Second Team ... recorded four 100-yard receiving games and was two-time CAA Rookie of Week ... made 50 receptions for team-high 714 yards and team-leading seven touchdown catches (tied for CAA lead) in 11 games, including four starts ... led ‘Cats with 14.3 yards/catch and 64.9 yards/game with season-high 66-yard reception (TD vs Villanova) ... rushed eight times for 44 yards and a TD, with a season-high rush of 23 yards ... returned 13 kickoffs for 212 yards (16.3 yards/return) with a long of 55 yards ... ranked second on team with 970 all-purpose yards (88.2/game) ... led team with six catches for 106 yards and two touchdowns in win against Maine; named CAA Rookie of Week and College Sports Madness CAA Player of the Week ... first career rushing TD (23 yards) in win over URI ... two catches for 23 yards, including 15-yard TD reception from Kevin Decker, in loss at William & Mary ... team-leading seven catches for 190 yards and 66-yard TD reception in win vs Villanova; earned CFPA WR Performer of Week Honorable Mention ... career-high 12 catches for 120 yards and two TDs in win at Richmond; scoring grabs went for 19 yards and 47 yards; named CAA Rookie of Week and The Sports Network Rookie of Week ... eight catches for 107 yards and TD in win at Lehigh; marked first career 100-yard receiving game and first career TD (12-yard reception from Decker) 2010 Redshirt season

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Sophomore // Offensive Line 6-4 // 271 // McKees Rocks, Pa. Personal The son of Alan and Athena Heter ... born 5-23-92 in Yonkers, N.Y. 2012 Provided depth on offensive line ... saw action in three games (at Holy Cross, vs CCSU, at Georgia State) ... received CAA Football Commissioner’s Academic Award 2011 Redshirt season Before UNH Led Montour H.S. to a 12-1 record as a senior, with the team’s lone defeat occurring in the WPIAL championship at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field ... a great pass protector and a devastating blocker, paved the way for one of the most potent offenses in the WPIAL ... Montour averaged 200 rushing yards and 170 passing yards en route to the Parkway Conference championship ... was rewarded by being named All-State First Team as an offensive lineman by both the Associated Press and the Pa. Football News ... was a member of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette West Fabulous 22 Team and, as a junior and a senior, was recognized as an all-conference performer in the Parkway Conference ... was named Second Team offensive tackle as a junior and First Team offensive tackle and Second Team defensive tackle as a senior ... earned a combined 11 varsity letters in football, basketball, track and volleyball

Before UNH Played WR/DB at Arundel H.S. for coach Chuck Markiewicz ... left with five school records and two state records ... grabbed 181 receptions over career for 2,618 yards, averaging 14.0 yds per catch, and scored 48 touchdowns ... in senior season alone averaged 138 rec. yards a game, scoring a Md. state-record 28 TDs ... returned four punts for 70 yards and two touchdowns ... set the Maryland single-game reception record with 20 catches for 239 yds and three TDs in opening game of state playoffs ... also lettered in basketball at Arundel

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Chris HOUSTON

Zach HUNDERTMARK

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Senior // Cornerback 5-9 // 176 // Harrisburg, Pa.

Personal The son of Eugene Spells and Nina Houston ... born 4-25-91 in Harrisburg, Pa. 2012 Played in 11 games, all starts … ranked fourth on team with 59 tackles (49 solo) … notched two interceptions, two tackles for loss and three pass breakups … recorded two tackles and had an interception in win at Georgia State ... set career high with 14 tackles in loss at Old Dominion ... notched INT and registered nine tackles, seven solo, against CCSU ... named Phil Steele’s Preseason All-CAA Honorable Mention; ranked publication’s preseason No. 35 cornerback nationally ... placed on CFPA Defensive Back Award Watch List ... named to College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA Second Team 2011 Started all 12 games at cornerback ... led team and tied for CAA lead with six interceptions, including five in final four games and at least one in each of final four games .... amassed 57 tackles, 43 unassisted ... ranked fifth on team in tackles and tops among CBs ... forced one fumble, recovered one fumble and registered one pass breakup ... made five stops and snared sixth pick of season in NCAA second-round playoff loss at Montana State ... intercepted career-high two passes and recorded five stops in win against Maine ... picked off pass for second straight week and made three tackles in loss at Towson ... notched four tackles and second INT of season in win over James Madison ... collected six tackles, all solo, in win against Rhode Island ... set then career high with seven tackles in Colonial Clash win over UMass at Gillette Stadium ... made five tackles in loss at William & Mary ... snared an interception, forced a fumble and notched six tackles, five solo, in win over Villanova ... made four tackles and picked up first career fumble recovery in win at Richmond ... made five tackles, four solo, in first career start at Toledo 2010 Appeared in four games, making three tackles, two solo, with one pass breakup 2009 Redshirt season Before UNH Lettered in football and track & field at Bishop McDevitt High School ... served as team captain for Crusaders as a senior ... two-year varsity starter and letterman for coach Jeff Weachter ... 2008 Patriot-News Mid-State Top 100 defensive back ... Associated Press 2008 First-Team AAAA All-State Selection ... Patriot-News Platinum Big 33 Team ... Mid-Penn First Team Keystone Division cornerback (2008) ... Eastern Region USA First-team selection at cornerback (2008) ... 2009 100-meter state champion and member of state championship track & field team ... set Crusaders’ school records in 100m, 200m, 400m, 4x100 relay

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Sophomore // Offensive Line 6-4 // 285 // West Windsor, N.J. Personal Son of Garry and Zena Hundertmark ... born 2-13-92 in New Brunswick, N.J. 2012 Did not see game action ... received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award 2011 Member of 2011 CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... redshirt season Before UNH Attended Hun School of Princeton as postgrad ... All-Prep First Team ... selected to N.J. All-Star Classic Team for the N.J. Governor’s Cup vs. the Northeast ... attended West Windsor-Plainsboro South H.S. ... All-South Jersey First Team, All-Area First Team, Parade All-America Honorable Mention and two-time selection to N.J. Super 100 Team ... lettered in basketball and track & field ... played on CVC football championship teams in 2006, ‘07 and ‘08 ... N.J. Group IV football finalist in 2007 and playoffs ‘06-09 ... N.J. N.J. Group IV basketball playoffs 2006-08 ... All-CVC Defense First Team (2008, ‘09) ... All-State Second Team Defense (2008) ... All-State First Team Defense (2009) ... All-Area First Team Offense (2008, ‘09) ... N.J. Coaches Association Super 100 All-State Football Team (2008, ‘09) ... Delaware Valley Touchdown Club 2009 Lineman of the Year

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Junior // Offensive Line 6-2 // 294 // Oakdale, Pa. Personal The son of Timothy and Cynthia Johnson ... born 4-3-92 in Killeen, Texas 2012 As defensive tackle, suffered season-ending injury at Holy Cross in week 1 2011 Provided depth as backup defensive tackle ... appeared in 10 games, made six tackles, one solo ... set career high with two tackles in win at Richmond ... converted to defensive line in spring camp ... vice president of StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) for 2011-12 2010 Redshirt season as OL Before UNH Played OL/DL at West Allegheny H.S. for coach Bob Palko ... helped school win WPIAL Championship ... guided line that averaged 250 rushing yards/game and 375 yards/game ... three-time All-Parkway Conference First Team OL ... named to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22 team ... earned 2009 Pennsylvania All-State honors ... excelled as discus thrower and shot-putter for track & field team

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Sophomore // Offensive Line 6-2 // 311 // Beverly, Mass. Personal The son of Harry and Andrea Kallas ... born 9-9-92 in Beverly, Mass. 2012 Played in three games as reserve offensive lineman (vs CCSU, at Georgia State, vs Rhode Island) 2011 Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... member of 2011 CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... redshirt season Before UNH Member of the 2010 Beverly High School state champions ... All-State in 2010 ... All-Conference performer in 2009 and ‘10 ... also recognized as an All-Shrine Classic All-Star and a Super 26 All-State Team representative

Matt KAPLAN

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Junior // Defensive Tackle 6-1 // 296 // Franklin, N.H. Personal The son of Jeff and Mary Kaplan ... born 3-7-92 in Meredith, N.H. 2012 Started all 12 games at defensive tackle … led all Wildcat defensive linemen and ranked sixth overall with 47 tackles (30 solo) … registered 6.5 tackles for loss, including three sacks … scooped up two fumble recoveries to tie for team lead … named CFPA Defensive Lineman Performer of Week Honorable Mention after recovering two fumbles, posting five tackles (1.5 for loss) and sack in win over CCSU … set career high with seven tackles, six solo (including sack), in win versus Delaware 2011 Played in 11 games at defensive tackle, with two starts ... made 15 tackles, nine solo, with 2.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, forced fumble and pass breakup ... multi-tackles in six games ... notched first full sack of career in win over Maine ... set then career high with three tackles in Colonial Clash win against UMass at Gillette Stadium ... made first career start at Lehigh, where he notched two tackles, forced a fumble and recorded pass breakup 2010 Redshirt season Before UNH Played OL/DL for Franklin H.S. under head coach Greg Husband ... as senior, named Division VI First-Team All-State DL ... member of 2010 N.H. team in Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl ... also had outstanding wrestling career for head coach Jeff Kaplan, his father ... won D-II heavyweight championship and was runner-up in Meet of Champions, with his loss in M-O-C only loss of season ... earned 135 wrestling victories; qualified for Meet of Champions four times

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Mike KELLY

24 Sophomore // Wide Receiver 5-9 // 194 // Merrimack, N.H. Personal The son of Mike Kelly and Julie LeVasseur ... born 12-10-92 in Lowell, Mass. 2012 Saw action in all 12 games, primarily on special teams ... made five carries for 16 yards, with long of seven yards ... all carries came in home opener vs CCSU 2011 Redshirt season Before UNH Played for coach Tony Johnson at Bishop Guertin H.S. ... awarded Peter Keenan Memorial Scholarship ... three-year starter and led team to D-II championship all three seasons ... as sophomore, earned All-State honorable mention at RB ... as junior, named All-State First Team as WR and D-II Player of the Year by NH Sports Page ... nominee for state’s Mr. Football Award ... as senior, named team captain and ranked No. 1 football player in state despite playing only one game due to injury ... in that one game, scored five TDs, four on the ground, compiled 193 rushing yards and 117 receiving yards ... also played basketball and ran track, earning All-Area and All-Star Boys Indoor Track honorable mention ... N.H. Outdoor Track All-State

Hayden KNUDSON

46 Sophomore // Safety 6-0 // 206 // Alexandria, Va. Personal The son of Scott and Heather Knudson ... born 6-26-94 in Alexandria, Va. 2012 One of only two true freshmen (Daniel Rowe) to see action … played in all 12 games … notched 22 tackles (16 solo), one interception, one pass breakup, one fumble recovery and one blocked punt … only Wildcat to record at least one INT, fumble recovery and blocked punt … made two tackles in collegiate debut at Holy Cross … tallied first career INT and blocked punt at Georgia State … set career high with 10 tackles (eight solo) and recorded first career fumble recovery in NCAA second-round playoff game at Wofford Before UNH Played for coach Roy Hill at Hayfield H.S. ... National District First Team WR, First Team safety and named Player of the Year ... All-Northern Virginia Region First Team safety and Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention at safety ... caught 32 passes for 600 yards and nine TDs and, from his safety position, he totaled 80 tackles and notched three INTs

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Andrew LAUDERDALE

Mike MacARTHUR

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Freshman (R) // Tight End 6-6 // 259 // Concord, N.H.

Senior // Kicker/Punter

5-10 // 186 // North Hampton, N.H.

Personal The son of Linda and Jeffrey Lauderdale ... born 11-22-93 in Concord, N.H.

Personal The son of David and Amy MacArthur ... born 2-7-91 in Portsmouth, N.H.

2012 Redshirt season

2012 Named to All-CAA Third Team and College Sports Madness All-CAA Third Team … CAA Academic All-Conference Team and received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award … served as starting place kicker and punter, appearing in all 12 games … ranked third in CAA in Field Goals/ game (0.92) … ranked sixth in league in scoring/game (5.9 points) … went 11 of 14 in FG attempts, with a long of 43 yards (at Georgia State) … went 38-for-46 in PATs … led Wildcats with 71 points … punted 47 times for 1,651 yards, averaging 35.1 yards/punt with a long of 71 yards at Maine … scored season-high 13 points at Old Dominion by going 2-for-2 in FGs and 7-for-7 in PATs … named CAA & ECAC Special Teams Player of Week after hitting 27-yard field goal, going 5-for-5 in PATs and drilling 51-yard punt in win over Richmond 2011 Named All-CAA Second Team kicker ... received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... played in all 12 games, serving as starting place kicker and punter ... went 15-for-18 (83.3%) in field-goal attempts, with a long of 47 yards ... converted 40 of 43 PATs ... led Wildcats with 85 points ... punted 40 times for 1,532 yards, averaging 38.3 yards/punt with a long of 59 yards ... kicked 36-yard FG in NCAA second-round playoff loss at Montana State ... kicked a 36-yard field goal and a 21-yard FG in win over James Madison ... named Beyond Sports Network Punter of the Week for 59-yard punt and 49.5 yards/punt average in win over Rhode Island; also kicked a 28-yard field goal ... tied career high with 47-yard field goal at Gillette Stadium in Colonial Clash triumph vs UMass; added 35-yard FG ... set career high with three FGs -24 yards, 27 yards and 23 yards- in win over Villanova ... connected for 25-yard and 35yard FGs in OT win at Lehigh, the latter tied the game late in fourth quarter; also was named CFPA Punter of the Week Honorable Mention after punting four times (long of 57) for 186 yards (46.5 yards/punt) 2010 Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... CAA Academic AllConference Team ... named to All-CAA Third Team ... only true freshman to see game action ... went 10-for-13 in field-goal kicking, with a high of 47 yards at Maine ... successfully converted all 24 PATs ... led team with 54 points ... kicked a 23-yard field goal in NCAA D-I playoff loss at Delaware ... went 1-for-2 with a 40-yard FG in loss to William & Mary ... hit 2 of 2 field goals, a 25-yarder and a 30-yarder, in triumph at James Madison ... drilled 34-yard FG in win over Richmond ... hit 2 of 3 field goals, including career-high 47-yard try, in loss at Maine ... hit only field-goal attempt, from 37 yards away, in win over Lehigh ... went 1-for-1 with first career field goal: 26-yarder at Rhode Island

Before UNH Helped guide Trinity High School to an undefeated regular season and a N.H. Division IV state championship as a senior in 2011 ... caught five passes for 107 yards and four TDs as a tight end, highlighted by a 48-yard scoring catch against perennial power Plymouth ... named All-State First Team at TE and was selected to participate in the inaugural New Hampshire East-West High School All-Star Game at Cowell Stadium ... All-State First Team as a junior ... also a standout basketball player for the Pioneers

Ryan LYNCH

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Junior // Safety 5-9 // 177 // Atkinson, N.H. Personal The son of Michael and Denise Lynch ... born 11-2-91 in Methuen, Mass. 2012 Played in one game (vs CCSU) ... named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team and received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award 2011 Did not see game action ... walked on to program Before UNH Played for coach Kevin Fitzgerald at Timberlane Regional H.S. ... team captain during senior season ... named Division II All-State Honorable Mention as junior (2008) and senior (2009) ... voted Timberlane’s most outstanding male athlete in 2009-10 ... also played hockey, serving as captain during senior campaign and winning D-II state championship during junior season ... placed fourth in NHIAA Meet of Champions 4x400 relay as junior

Before UNH Attended Phillips Exeter Academy as post-graduate student ... two-year kicker/punter for Winnacunnet H.S. ... took 26 punts as a senior, averaging 40 yards/punt with a 2.5 yard average return ... had a long punt of 60 yards ... made 29 out of 32 PATs (1 missed, 2 blocked) ... hit 4 out of 5 field goals with a long of 39 yards in wet muddy conditions ... four-year starter on the Winnacunnet soccer team and voted captain as a senior

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Sean McCANN

Chris McCORMICK

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Senior // Defensive Tackle 6-3 // 275 // Avon Lake, Ohio Personal The son of Matt McCann and Sue Schnell ... born 1-18-91 in Cleveland, Ohio 2012 Played in 10 games, including one start at defensive tackle … missed first two games due to injury … notched 33 tackles (24 solo), with four tackles for loss and one sack … amassed nine multi-tackle games ... made three tackles, including sack and two tackles for loss, in loss at Old Dominion … posted four tackles in win at Georgia State … totaled career-high seven tackles (four solo) in win at Rhode Island … registered career-best four solo stops (five overall) in loss to Towson 2011 Played in 11 games at defensive tackle, with 10 starts ... posted 27 tackles, third-most among DL, three tackles for loss and one sack ... had eight multitackle games, including final five of season ... made five tackles in NCAA second-round playoff loss at Montana State ... secured first career sack in win over James Madison ... notched five tackles in win over Holy Cross 2010 Played in seven games, compiling seven tackles, four solo ... posted five tackles in win over Towson ... first career tackle came in loss at Pittsburgh 2009 Redshirt season Before UNH Played defensive end for coach Dave Dlugosz at Avon Lake H.S. ... recorded 86 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, nine sacks, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery as senior ... amassed 130 tackles, 15 sacks, 11 tackles for loss, five forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries in career ... FirstTeam Southwestern Conference; First-Team All Lorain County and DL of the Year; First-Team All District; Second-Team All-State and voted team captain and team MVP ... member of 2007 and 2008 Southwestern Conference Champions

Freshman (R) // Quarterback 6-2 // 202 // Winooski, Vt. Personal The son of Richard and and Edie McCormick ... born 6-1-93 in Winooski, Vt. 2012 Redshirt season ... named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team and received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award Before UNH Attended Berkshire School for one postgrad season (2011-12) ... named to All-Western New England First Team in baseball at Berkshire ... earned School Spirit Award in basketball ... played for coach Neil Brodeur at Rice Memorial High School ... named 2010 Vermont Athlete of Year and won Gatorade Football Player of Year award ... Vermont PRIDE Award Winner ... named All-State First Team, Team Hammer Award, captain and QB for Vermont Shrine Team ... North/South All-Star Game captain and QB ... in junior year, named All-Division First Team ... served as senior captain for basketball team and was named All-State Third Team ... All-Division Second Team basketball player during junior season ... also captained baseball team as senior ... two-time All-State First Team baseball player

Kevin McNALLY

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Freshman (R) // Linebacker 6-1 // 219 // Cornwall, N.Y. Personal The son of Sean and Diana McNally ... born 1-27-94 in Cornwall, N.Y. 2012 Redshirt season ... named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team Before UNH Played for coach Marcus Hughes at Cornwall Central High School ... served as senior captain in 2011 ... started at linebacker and tight end/fullback ... notched 109 tackles and six sacks ... helped lead team to state semifinals ... named All-League and All-Section First Team at LB ... named to Times Herald-Record All-Star Team at LB ... participated in Upstate vs Downstate All-Star Game ... as junior in 2010, started at LB/TE ... also received a varsity letter in basketball ... Honor Roll student throughout high school career

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Shane McNEELY

Justin MELLO

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Junior // Linebacker 6-2 // 238 // Whitehall, Pa.

Senior // Wide Receiver 6-0 // 212 // Dartmouth, Mass.

Personal The son of Mike and Kim McNeely ... born 9-4-92 in Allentown, Pa.

Personal The son of Gilbert and Janene Mello ... born 12-7-90 in Dartmouth, Mass.

2012 Saw action in all 12 games … notched 33 tackles (23 solo), including 2.5 for loss, one sack and a fumble recovery … made career-high five solo tackles in season opener at Holy Cross … amassed career-high seven total tackles in win over Delaware … picked up fumble recovery in win at Georgia State … tallied first career sack in win at Maine 2011 Played in nine games ... was one of only two true freshmen (Nick Cefalo) to see game action ... made 12 tackles, 10 solo, with a fumble recovery ... made at least one tackle in all nine games in which he appeared ... made two stops at William & Mary and registered first career fumble recovery ... first career tackle came in victory over Holy Cross

2012 Played in 12 games, with five starts … ranked fourth on squad with 21 catches for 215 yards and two TDs … averaged 10.2 yards/catch and 17.9 yards/game … season-long catch went for 34 yards (at Georgia State); made four catches for 54 yards … tallied seven multi-catch games and made at least one reception in 10 of 12 games … made five-yard TD catch (from Andy Vailas) at GSU and 19-yard TD reception (from Vailas) at Rhode Island ... named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team and received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award 2011 Played in all 12 game ... made 23 receptions (fifth on team) for 416 yards (third on team) and five TD catches (second on team) ... averaged 18.1 yards/reception, second on team ... averaged 34.7 rec. yards/game with a long of 60 yards ... registered five multi-catch games ... made 29-yard TD catch from Kevin Decker with six seconds remaining to draw ‘Cats within one point in NCAA second-round playoff loss at Montana State; also caught 18-yard TD pass to set career high for scoring receptions in a game (two) ... collected four receptions for 51 yards, including a 37-yard grab and a fiveyard TD in loss at Towson ... only catch in win vs Villanova was a 35-yard TD ... made two catches, including career-high 60-yarder for a TD, to tally personal-best 107 yards in win over Holy Cross ... set career high with six receptions (for 52 yards) in loss at Toledo 2010 Played in six games ... made three catches for 31 yards ... notched then career-high reception of 19 yards came in NCAA D-I second-round playoff win at Bethune-Cookman 2009 Redshirt Season

Before UNH Two-sport athlete at Allentown Central Catholic (football and basketball) ... four-year starter named All-Conference First Team tight end for three years, All-Conference First Team linebacker for two seasons and All-Area First Team LB for two years ... as senior captain, led team to 16-0 record and PIAA AAA State Championship ... named conference Defensive Player of the Year and All-State First Team at LB ... named to prestigious Big 33 AllStar Game in Pa. ... four-year starter in basketball ... earned all-conference honors in his junior year, averaging 15 points per game

Tad McNEELY

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Freshman (R) // Offensive Line 6-2 // 270 // Whitehall, Pa.

Before UNH Played WR for Dartmouth H.S. for coach Richard White ... earned berth on All-State Super-26 Football Team as WR ... named to South Roster for 31st Mass. Shriners Football Classic

Personal The son of Mike and Kim McNeely ... born 1-3-94 in Whitehall, Pa. 2012 Redshirt season Before UNH Three-year starter and a four-year letterwinner on the offensive and defensive line for coach Harold Fairclough at Allentown Central Catholic ... contributed to a combined record of 38-8, including three District 11 championships, three Lehigh Valley Conference championships and the 2010 Pennsylvania 3A state championship ... as a senior captain in 2011, was named All-LVC First Team as both center and defensive tackle and an AllState First-Team offensive lineman ... offense gained 18,000 yards in three seasons and averaged 44 points/game in ‘11 ... compiled 35 tackles, two sacks, one interception a blocked punt and a safety

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Alexander MORRILL

Cody MULLER

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Freshman (R) // Offensive Line 6-2 // 299 // Lebanon, N.H. Personal The son of Eric Morrill and Theresa DePalo ... born 1-31-94 in Lebanon, N.H. 2012 Redshirt season Before UNH A three-year Division IV All-State honoree ... as a sophomore and junior at Lebanon, he won the Top Lineman Award and, as a senior, was tabbed the team MVP ... competed in the inaugural New Hampshire East-West CHaDHigh School All-Star Game at Cowell Stadium and the Shrine Maple-Sugar Bowl game between New Hampshire and Vermont ... a standout on the Lebanon High School basketball team ... named the co-MVP as a junior and earned a spot on the NHBCD All-Academic Team

Dougie MOSS

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Sophomore // Defensive Back 5-10 // 180 // Huntsville, Ala.

Senior // Defensive End 6-2 // 255 // Telford, Pa. Personal The son of Chuck and Karen Muller ... born 11-28-90 in Bethlehem, Pa. 2012 Played in all 12 games, with 11 starts ��� racked up 36 tackles, 26 solo, with five tackles for loss and four sacks (tied for team lead, Jared Smith) … two fumble recoveries tied Matt Kaplan for team lead … two forced fumbles tied Smith for team lead … notched first career sack in season-opening win at Holy Cross … set career high with seven tackles and forced fumble at Minnesota … forced fumble for second straight week in win over CCSU … tallied sack and fumble recovery in win at Georgia State … matched career best with seven tackles, including a sack and a fumble recovery, in NCAA second-round playoff game at Wofford 2011 Missed season due to injury 2010 Played in seven games, compiling six tackles and a fumble recovery... made one tackle in win over Towson ... notched career-high three tackles in win at Villanova and recovered fumble on final ‘Nova play from scrimmage to preserve upset triumph ... made two tackles in inaugural Colonial Clash victory over UMass at Gillette Stadium 2009 Redshirt season Before UNH Played as tight end and defensive end at Souderton Area High School for coach Ed Gallagher ... tallied 195 tackles, 62 tackles for loss and 32 sacks in career ... recorded 49 receptions for 766 yards and six TDs as a tight end ... earned No. 1 ranking of best defensive ends in Southeastern Penn. by Philadelpia Enquirer ... team captain and All-Suburban One Conference First Team at both DE and TE ... named First-Team DE as a junior ... registered weight room totals of 350 lbs. in bench press and 500 lbs. in parallel squat ... selected to play in Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches East-West All-Star Game

Personal The son of Marla Moss ... born 2-28-93 in Springfield, Mass. 2012 Saw action in five games (vs CCSU, vs Delaware, at Georgia State, at URI, vs William & Mary) … made first career tackle in win over CCSU … recorded career-high two tackles in win at URI ... received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award 2011 Redshirt season Before UNH Finished his senior year at Columbia (Ala.) High School with 51 tackles and 247 career stops ... in addition, he snared nine career interceptions, including three in his senior year, returned two picks for touchdowns and forced five fumbles in his career ... on offense, Moss finished with 70 receptions for 740 yards in his career, earning All-City First Team and All-Region First Team honors as a senior ... received the Most Determined Player award for Columbia

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Curtis NEALER

Seamus O’NEILL

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Freshman (R) // Offensive Line 6-3 // 296 // Pitman, N.J.

CAPTAIN

Senior // Offensive Line 6-4 // 281 // Manchester, N.H. Personal The son of Brian and Seanna O’Neill ... born 3-25-91 in Manchester, N.H.

Personal The son of Darcy Nealer ... born 3-30-94 in Woodbury, N.J. 2012 Redshirt season Before UNH Played offensive and defensive tackle for head coach Brandon Harris at Pitman High School ... played in Adam Taliaferro All-Star Classic ... also lettered in wrestling ... member of New Jersey Football Coaches Association Super 100

Ekene NWOKOYE

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Sophomore // Tight End 6-5 // 227 // Hanover, N.H. Personal The son of Ike and Rita Nwokoye ... born 1-15-94 in Lagos, Nigeria 2012 Played in two games (vs CCSU, at Georgia State) 2011 Redshirt season

2012 Started all 12 games at left tackle … received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... named ECAC D-I FCS All-Star ... tabbed to Beyond Sports Network All-America Honorable Mention ... named to All-CAA First Team and College Sports Madness All-CAA First Team … anchored line for offense that ranked second in CAA in scoring offense (34.1 points/ game), total offense (451.5 yards/game) and first downs (22.1/game) while placing third in rushing offense (220.8 yards/game) and passing offense (230.8 yards/game) ... league-best red zone offense (94%) … named to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-CAA Second Team; tabbed as publication’s No. 36 offensive tackle nationally ... named to College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA First Team 2011 Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... named to All-CAA Third Team ... saw action and started in 11 games 2010 Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... played in eight games, starting five at right guard ... started games at Delaware, vs Richmond, at Rhode Island, at Pittsburgh, vs Central Connecticut State 2009 Redshirt Season Before UNH Played OL/DL for Manchester Central H.S. coach Ryan Ray ... lettered in basketball and track for Little Green ... named to Division-I All-State First Team and N.H. Union Leader All-State First Team as a senior ... earned spot on the 2009 N.H. Shrine Team ... tabbed as New Hampshire’s top H.S. lineman by “Varsity Magazine” ... awarded the Central H.S. Little Green Award as school’s top student-athlete

Before UNH Played for coach Andy Davis at Academy of the New Church in Bryn Athyn, Pa. ... named to All-League First Team as defensive end and offensive tackle as a senior in 2010 ... played for Independence Football League championship team as junior in 2009 ... also as a junior, received All-League Second Team recognition at offensive tackle and All-League Honorable Mention at defensive end

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Junior // Running Back 5-9 // 220 // West Deptford, N.J. Personal The son of James Owens, Kiame Fuller and Frances Owens ... born 9-18-92 in Woodbury, N.J. 2012 Saw action in all 12 games … carried 60 times for 411 yards and four touchdowns … averaged backfield-leading 6.8 yards/carry and 34.2 yards rushing/game … was UNH’s lone ball carrier without any rushes for loss … made three receptions for 16 yards with season-long and career-high 10yard catch vs Towson … scored on one-yard TD rush in collegiate debut at Holy Cross … rushed 11 times for 91 yards and two TDs in win over CCSU … ran four times for 72 yards, with career-long 60-yard TD rush, in win over Delaware … rushed 15 times for career-high 120 yards in win at Georgia State 2011 Played in nine games ... carried five times for 13 yards with a long of four yards ... four rushes and 12 yards in win over Villanova ... one carry for one yard in collegiate debut at Toledo 2010 Redshirt season Before UNH Four-year RB/DB at West Deptford H.S. under coach Clyde Folsom ... as senior, was named team’s MVP after amassing 1,437 rushing yards and 27 TDs ... started for varsity as 13-year-old freshman, rushing for 924 yards and 11 touchdowns ... Career: 3,639 rushing yards and 61 TDs ... three-time All-Colonial Conference and two-time All-Group 2 ... Touchdown Club of South Jersey RB of the Year Award ... compiled 12 varsity letters in four different sports: football, indoor track, outdoor track and wrestling

Anthony PANTE

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Freshman (R) // Wide Receiver 6-2 // 178 // Manalapan, N.J.

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Sophomore // Safety 6-1 // 197 // Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Personal The son of Keith and Paula Parkinson ... born 10-10-92 in Miami, Fla. 2012 Played in 11 games … made 16 tackles (13 solo) with one interception and a pass breakup … made two tackles in college debut at Holy Cross … registered four tackles and first career pass breakup in win over Richmond … made career-high five tackles in win at Rhode Island … notched first career interception late in fourth quarter in win over William & Mary ... received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award 2011 Redshirt season Before UNH Played for coach Jum Pletcher at Pine Crest H.S. ... Miami Herald AllCounty First Team DB as senior ... Miami Herald All-County Second Team DB as junior ... lettered in basketball and track ... member of state championship-winning basketball team as freshman and sophomore ... set school basketball record with 114 steals as senior ... three-time Miami Herald AllCounty Honorable Mention in basketball ... qualified for regionals in triple jump four straight years ... three-time track All-County Honorable Mention

Tim PIKE

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Junior // Safety 5-10 // 198 // Bedford, Mass. Personal The son of Gary and Sandra Pike ... born 9-6-91 in Bedford, Mass.

2012 Redshirt season

2012 Saw action in 10 games … made nine tackles, including eight solo stops … registered three multi-tackle games (vs Delaware, at Maine, at Rhode Island) 2011 Appeared in one game 2010 Redshirt season

Before UNH Played for coach Andrew Carlstrom at St. John Vianney ... 2011 All-State selection (non-public) & All-Conference selection at wide receiver ... completed senior year with single-season school records in both receptions (41) and yards (1,027) ... named to 2012 All-Shore All-Academic Team ... MVP of 2011 Thanksgiving Day Game vs state champion, rival Matawan; made eight receptions for 177 yards and two TDs

Before UNH Three-sport athlete at Bedford H.S. in football, basketball, and baseball ... member of 2008 Dual County League championship team ... three-time Dual County League All-Star (2007-09) ... D-1A Boston Globe All-Star in 2007 and 2008 ... D-2A Boston Globe All-Star (‘09) and team captain ... received the BHS Travis Desiato Award in 2007, 2008 and 2009

Personal The son of Steven and Marjory Pante ... born 2-11-94 in New York, N.Y.

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Jordan POWELL

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Freshman (R) // Tight End 6-3 // 237 // Forked River, N.J.

Freshman (R) // Quarterback 6-1 // 213 // Hamilton, N.J.

Personal The son of Frank Powell and Dawn Grosh ... born 5-19-94 in Forked River, N.J.

Personal The son of Steve and Beth Riese ... born 1-28-94 in Hamilton, N.J.

2012 Redshirt season

2012 Redshirt season ... named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team and received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award

Before UNH Strong, explosive TE/DE from Lacey Township High School in Lanoka Harbor, N.J. ... three-year letterwinner collected 95 career tackles at the outside linebacker position, 18 of those for loss ... tallied three sacks, one interception, forced two fumbles, recovered three fumbles and made seven receptions for 162 yards ... caused a problem for opposing special teams with a blocked field goal and a blocked punt ... All B-South Selection LB who played in Ocean/Monmouth Showcase Gridiron Classic ... named to the Super 100 New Jersey All-Star Team as a junior and a senior ... member of 12-0, 2010 SJ Group 3 undefeated state champions ... a standout in high school lacrosse, where he led Lacey Township in goals during his sophomore campaign

Before UNH Quarterback from Steinert H.S. ... tabbed All-Valley Division First Team, All-West Jersey Football League First Team, All-Mercer County First Team and the Mercer County Player of the Year for his signal-calling prowess ... garnered All-State Group 3 First-Team honors and All-Southern New Jersey All-Groups Second Team ... as senior captain and team MVP, passed for over 2,200 yards and 28 TDs; rushed for 818 yards and 11 TDs ... led Steinert to 9-3 mark, its first-ever playoff win and first-ever state championship game appearance in 2011 ... compiled more than 4,300 career passing yards and 46 touchdowns; rushed for over 1,600 yards and 17 scores ... four-year honor roll student and scholar-athlete ... played three seasons of baseball ... All-Conference First Team and All-County selection as an outfielder

Brad PRASKY

Danny RILEY

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Junior // Kicker/Punter 6-1 // 191 // Groton, Mass. Personal The son of Thomas and Keri Prasky ... born 6-7-92 in Orlando. Fla. 2012 Named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team and received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... saw action in four games … punted nine times for 333 yards … averaged 37.7 yards/punt with a long of 59 yards … first career punt was 32-yarder at Holy Cross … booted 42-yard punt in win over CCSU … set career high with 59-yard punt at Georgia State … was starting punter in NCAA second-round playoff game at Wofford with six punts for 206 yards (34.3 yards/punt) 2011 Member of CAA Academic All-Conference Team 2010 Redshirt season Before UNH Named Lowell Sun Division 3A All-Star as senior ... named Division-3A All-Star as junior

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Sophomore // Defensive Line 6-4 // 260 // Danielsville, Pa. Personal The son of Darrin and Cynthia Riley ... born 5-3-93 in Allentown, Pa. 2012 Saw action in three games … totaled 4 tackles, including 1.5 for loss and a half sack … made two tackles in win over CCSU … notched tackle, a halfsack, in win over Delaware … secured solo tackle in win at Rhode Island 2011 Redshirt season Before UNH Played for coach Bob Steckel at Northampton Area H.S. ... tabbed as the team Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... was an All-Conference First-Team defensive end and The Morning Call and The Express-Times All-Area Second-Team performer ... compiled 97 tackles, 21 tackles for loss, as well as four pass breakups during his senior season ... as a junior, he recorded 94 tackles, 20 for loss, 15 pass breakups, three fumble recoveries and two interceptions

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Sophomore // Safety 6-1 // 192 // Orange, N.J. Personal The son of Ike Small and Charmaine Anderson-Small ... born 2-26-94 in Ochi Rios, Jamaica 2012 Named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team and received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... one of only two true freshmen (Hayden Knudson) to be active … played in 11 games, amassing six tackles (three solo) … notched two multi-tackle games, with two tackles in collegiate debut at Holy Cross and a pair of tackles in home opener versus CCSU … added solo tackles in win at Maine and Senior Day loss to Towson Before UNH Awarded First-Team All-New England and First-Team All-Colonial League honors in his junior and senior seasons ... allied 3.6 tackles per game as a senior ... selected to the All-Colonial League Second-Team as a sophomore

Sean RYAN

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Senior // Offensive Line 6-2 // 301 // Londonderry, N.H. Personal The son of Steven and Kathleen Ryan ... born 3-24-91 in Methuen, Mass. 2012 Saw action in 11 games as backup offensive lineman 2011 Provided depth on offensive line ... saw action in six games 2010 Worked as backup offensive lineman ... appeared in six games: at BethuneCookman, vs Towson, vs William & Mary, vs UMass in inaugural Colonial Clash at Gillette Stadium, vs Lehigh, vs Central Connecticut State in season opener (brother Casey was member of Blue Devils) 2009 Redshirt season Before UNH Played OL/DL at Londonderry High School for coach Jon Rich ... also lettered in lacrosse ... named All-State Second Team offensive lineman as senior ... earned All-State Honorable Mention in junior campaign

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Senior // Running Back 5-10 // 235 // East Longmeadow, Mass. Personal The son of Steve and Lisa Setian ... born 11-23-89 in Springfield, Mass. 2012 Played in all 12 games, including eight starts … received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and was named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... ranked second on team with 490 rushing yards … carried 83 times for 490 yards and five touchdowns … averaged 5.9 yards/rush and 40.8 rushing yards/game … season-long and career-high rush went for 44 yards (at URI) … top receiver out of backfield with 22 receptions for 185 yards and four TDs … averaged 8.4 yards/catch … made at least one catch in all 12 games … scored TDs in eight games … season-long catch went for 25 yards at Georgia State … carried 12 times for 56 yards and a twoyard TD in win at Holy Cross … carried five times for 33 yards, including five-yard TD rush for team’s lone score in loss at Minnesota … tallied 11 rushes for 81 yards and a TD in win over CCSU … carried 10 times for 70 yards at Old Dominion; added three catches for 28 yards and a TD … career highs with 18 rushes and 83 yards in win at Maine; added three catches for 21 yards and a TD 2011 Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... played in all 12 games ... rushed 80 times for 338 yards (28.2 yards/game; 4.2 yards/carry) ... ran for three TDs and season-long of 27 yards ... caught 15 passes for 125 yards (8.3 yards/catch) and TD ... season-high catch went for 14 yards ... made 11 tackles, nine solo, on special teams ... recovered a fumble (at Montana State) and forced a fumble (at Richmond) ... rushed nine times for 59 yards and TD (four-yard run) and caught five passes for 49 yards in loss at Towson ... rushed eight times for 39 yards, including 26-yard gain, in win vs James Madison ... rushed 10 times for 27 yards and scored on one-yard plunge in win over URI ... had six rushes for 21 yards and caught six passes for career-high 56 yards in loss at William & Mary ... rushed eight times for 64 yards and a TD in win over Holy Cross; season-high 27-yard rush ... ran seven times for 35 yards and caught two passes for 11 yards, including three-yard TD (first career catch), in loss at Toledo 2010 Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award ... played in all 13 games ... carried 36 times for 184 yards and one TD, averaging 5.1 yards per carry (best among RBs) ... season-high run was for 24 yards ... only UNH ball carrier with at least 10 carries not to have a rush for negative yardage ... team’s leading rusher with 13 carries for 65 yards and scored his first career TD (five-yard carry) in NCAA playoff win at Bethune-Cookman ... rushed 10 times for career-high 71 yards, including 24-yard rush, in first collegiate game against CCSU 2009 Redshirt Season Before UNH Carried 174 times for 1,529 yards and 23 TDs at Suffield Academy in 2008 for coach Drew Gamere ... helped guide Suffield to Super Bowl Championship ... received J. Edward Tryon Award as outstanding football player of the year ... also lettered in wrestling and lacrosse ... ran for 2,023 yards and scored 29 TDs at East Longmeadow H.S. for coach Scott Raymond ... made eight receptions for 58 yards and TD; notched 95 tackles with three INTs, including two TD returns ... as lacrosse player, notched 44 goals and 26 assists in final season at East Longmeadow

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Harold SPEARS

Cam SEYMOUR

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Junior // Tight End 6-4 // 245 // Perkasie, Pa.

Junior // Wide Receiver 6-4 // 216 // Hyannis, Mass. Personal The son of Kip and Christine Seymour ... born 1-4-92 in Hyannis, Mass. 2012 Saw action in two games (at Holy Cross, vs CCSU) ... named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team 2011 Did not see game action Before UNH Spent 2010 season at Bryant University, but did not see game action ... played three seasons for coach Ed MacDonald at Nauset Regional High School ... named All-Atlantic Coast Conference at quarterback during senior season, when he was team captain ... named All-Atlantic Coast Conference at safety during junior season ... selected to play in Cape Cod All-Star Game during senior season ... also lettered in basketball for four seasons ... named All-Atlantic Coast Conference in hoops as a senior, when he was team captain

Cam SHOREY

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Freshman (R) // Defensive End 6-5 // 253 // Calais, Maine Personal The son of Kevin and Kirsten Shorey ... born 2-16-93 in Baltimore, Md.

Personal The son of Harold Jr. and Cassandra Spears ... born 3-9-92 in Jacksonville, Fla. 2012 Played in 11 games, with 10 starts … named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... named to All-CAA Third Team and College Sports Madness All-CAA Second Team after compiling 20 receptions for 305 yards and four touchdowns … made first career TD reception (one-yard catch from Andy Vailas) in win over CCSU … feted as the CFPA National Tight End Performer of the Week following the Wildcats’ victory at Georgia State for nabbing a career-high six receptions for 94 yards and a 26-yard touchdown catch … scored two touchdowns and accumulated a career-best 107 yards on three catches in win at Maine; subsequently earned CFPA National TE Performer of the Week Honorable Mention 2011 Appeared in five games as reserve tight end ... made one catch for 18 yards in win against James Madison ... missed majority of season with leg injury suffered in September ... received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award 2010 Redshirt season Before UNH Played TE/DE at the Pennington School for head coach Jerry Eure ... as senior, caught 41 passes for 764 yards and nine touchdowns ... First-Team All-Area, All-County and All-Independence League All-Star ... named AllPrep, All-State by Newark Star-Ledger ... four-year starter on basketball team, winning the Mercer County Player of the Year award as a junior ... eclipsed 1,000 career points on the hardwood

2012 Redshirt season as tight end ... named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team and received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award Before UNH Played postgraduate season at Phillips Exeter Academy ... played tight end and defensive end for coach Bill Glennon in 2011 at Phillips Exeter and earned the Robert E. Mason Award as the team co-MVP ... honored as a member of the Class A All-New England First Team ... ranked as the top tight end in New England by Scout.com ... registered 18 catches for 225 yards while proving to be an effective run-blocker ... as a defensive end, registered 68 tackles, 11 sacks and two forced fumbles ... standout forward and co-captain on Phillips Exeter’s basketball team ... part of two AAU championship teams in Maine

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Junior // Running Back 5-11 // 221 // Toms River, N.J. Personal The son of Vito and Josephine Steriti ... born 9-4-91 in Elizabeth, N.J. 2012 Played in all 12 games, including five starts … All-CAA Second Team and College Sports Madness All-CAA Second Team running back paced the Wildcats with 963 yards on 140 rushing attempts … made 14 catches for 109 yards and a TD (at Georgia State) … made team-leading 13 kick returns for 188 yards, averaging 14.5 yards/return with long of 35 yards … ranked sixth in the league in rushing yards/game (76.8), accumulated five 100-yard rushing performances (one 200-yard game) and scored a teamleading nine rushing touchdowns ... ranked 10th in the CAA in all-purpose yards/game (101.5) and scoring/game (5.0 points) among non-kickers ... carried 12 times for 104 yards with a long of 52 yards in win over CCSU … feted as the CFPA National RB of Week Honorable Mention following his performance at fifth-ranked Old Dominion when he rushed career-highmatching 21 times for a career-high 201 yards and two touchdowns, with long rush of 63 yards; became first Wildcat since Stephan Lewis (10/13/01 at UMass) to eclipse 200-yard rushing mark … scored two rushing TDs as part of 11-carry, 126-yard effort in win at Georgia State; -named CAA Offensive Player of Week and College Sports Madness CAA Offensive Player of Week … made it back-to-back 100-yard games by carrying 15 times for 122 yards and a TD in win over Richmond … rushed for two TDs and accumulated 106 yards on 19 carries in win over William & Mary; received weekly N.E. Football Writers Gold Helmet Award and College Sports Madness CAA Offensive Player of Week 2011 Played in all 12 games, carrying 65 times for 370 yards (30.8 yards/game) and three touchdowns ... averaged team-leading 5.7 yards/carry and recorded team season-long 87-yard rush (at Toledo) ... made 19 receptions for 218 yards, averaging 11.5 yards/catch and 18.2 yards/game ... returned 13 kickoffs for 278 yards (21.4 yards/return) with long of 71 yards vs Maine ... returned six kickoffs for 135 yards, with a high of 39 yards, in second-round playoff loss at Montana State ... set then career highs with 21 rushes for 150 yards in win vs Maine, scoring on an 18-yard carry; added personal-best 71-yard kick return and three receptions for 16 yards to compile 237 allpurpose yards ... rushed 10 times for 56 yards and three-yard TD in loss at Towson ... rushed eight times for 56 yards and snared 34-yard pass in Colonial Clash victory against UMass at Gillette Stadium ... made three catches for 35 yards and ran four times for 24 yards in loss at William & Mary ... rushed for 87-yard TD (first of career) in loss at Toledo 2010 Redshirt season Before UNH Played RB/DB at Toms River East H.S. for coach Charlie Diskin ... as senior captain, rushed 223 times for 1,623 yards and 23 touchdowns ... set school record with 46 TDs and 2,800 rushing yards in career ... posted 665 career receiving yards and 13 interceptions ... two-time member of state’s Super 100 All-State Team ... named Newark Star-Ledger First-Team AllState, Ocean County Player of the Year, Shore Conference Player of Year, All-Shore Media All-County Player of the Year and one of USA Today’s Top 50 High School Football Players

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Freshman (R) // Wide Receiver 5-11 // 178 // Springfield, Va. Personal The son of Kafi Willams and Titan Taylor ... born 3-23-94 in Miami Dade, Fla. 2012 Redshirt season Before UNH Ventured to Durham from Robert E. Lee High School in Springfield, Va. ... earned a slew of accolades in 2011, including Patriot District First Team as a wide receiver and Second Team as a defensive back ... All-Northern Virginia Region First Team as a WR and Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention ... led Lee High School to the playoffs and a first-round victory versus Hayfield High School and fellow Wildcat Hayden Knudson ... finished his career with 55 catches for 1,100 yards and eight touchdowns while notching 40 tackles and two INTs on defense ... was a standout performer on the Lee High School track team

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Jullian TURNER

Steven THAMES

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Sophomore // Defensive Tackle 6-0 // 293 // East Pittsburgh, Pa.

Junior // Cornerback 6-0 // 176 // Fort Washington, Md. Personal The son of Steven Marc and Sharon Thames ... born 9-4-92 in Washington, D.C. 2012 Played in all 12 games, including four starts at corner (at Georgia State, vs Richmond, vs William & Mary, at Wofford) … amassed 24 tackles (21 solo) with two interceptions and two pass breakups … logged seven multi-tackle games … notched first career interception and returned it 17 yards in win vs CCSU … tallied second career INT and also returned it 17 yards in win at Maine … named CFPA National Punt Returner of Week (sic) after returning blocked field goal (Jared Smith) for 64-yard TD versus Towson on final play of first half 2011 Played in eight games as backup cornerback and on special teams ... totaled seven tackles, four unassisted, with one forced fumble and one blocked kick ... blocked PAT that was returned 86 yards by Anthony Gorrell for two points in second-round playoff loss at Montana State ... collected two tackles and forced a fumble in win over Maine ... made first career tackle at Richmond 2010 Redshirt season

Personal The son of Jerome and Cathy Turner ... born 9-4-92 in Pittsburgh, Pa. 2012 Saw action in 10 games … made four tackles, three solo … tallied first career tackle in win over CCSU … notched first career solo stop in win at Georgia State … recorded single tackles in final two games of season: vs Towson and in playoff loss at Wofford 2011 Redshirt season Before UNH A rare four-year starter at Woodland Hills High School, leading the Wolverines to back-to-back WPIAL AAAA Big East championships ... school also had the distinction of competing in consecutive WPIAL championships during his junior and senior campaigns, claiming the state title in his junior year ... voted All-Big East First Team as a defensive lineman and a center in both his junior and senior seasons ... led his squad in pancake blocks as senior ... was selected to play in the Big 33 Football Classic, which pits Pennsylvania’s best seniors against Ohio’s best ... captain of football team as junior and senior

Before UNH Played DB/WR at Riverdale Baptist H.S. ... started all 11 games in senior season, tallying one interception and 15 pass breakups ... added two receptions for 50 yards and a touchdown for the Crusaders ... named Prince George County All-Star and participated in Maryland Crab Bowl ... also attended St. John’s College High School

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Sophomore // Defensive End 6-3 // 257 // Gaithersburg, Md. Personal The son of Festus and Abigail Ukwuani ... born 8-3-93 in Nigeria 2012 Played in three games ... made five tackles, two solo, including half sack ... notched first career tackle at Minnesota ... made career-high three tackles in win over CCSU ... notched first career half sack in win vs Delaware 2011 Member of 2011 CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... redshirt season Before UNH Played for coach Shawn Prather at Col. Zadok Magruder ... notched 38 tackles, three sacks and numerous pancake blocks during junior season ... first began playing football in 2007 ... his name is translated to “lean on God” in Igbo, one of the languages spoken in Ukwuani’s native Nigeria

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Andy VAILAS

Jimmy VAILAS

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Junior // Quarterback 6-2 // 187 // Bedford, N.H.

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Senior // Defensive Line 6-3 // 261 // Bedford, N.H.

Personal The son of Nicholas and Mary Ann Vailas ... born 8-16-90 in Concord, N.H. ... brother Jimmy Vailas is a Wildcats DL

Personal The son of Nicholas and Mary Ann Vailas ... born 3-23-89 in Concord, N.H. ... brother Andy is a Wildcats QB

2012 Named to College Sports Madness All-CAA Second Team … played in 11 games, including seven starts (six at QB) … completed 126 of 217 passes for 1,558 yards and 18 touchdowns with three interceptions … carried 101 times for 451 yards and six TDs… ranked third in CAA and 18th nationally with pass efficiency of 143.0 … ranked second in league and tied for 16th in FCS with 14.2 points responsible for/game … went 4-for-4 for 59 yards and a 38-yard TD pass to Joey Orlando in season-opening win at Holy Cross … replaced injured starter Sean Goldrich at Minnesota and completed 18 of 35 passes for 158 yards … earned win in first career start vs CCSU; went 14 of 20 for 122 yards and a TD … set career highs with 23 completions, 38 attempts, 336 yards and five TD passes –including career-long 73-yard TD pass to R.J. Harris- in loss at Old Dominion; added 80 yards on 14 rushes, including 67-yard TD rush; named CFPA National QB of Week Honorable Mention … matched career best with 23 completions in 36 attempts for 315 yards and two TDs in win over Delaware … went 18 of 35 for 252 yards and four touchdowns in win at Georgia State … notched fourth straight multiTD game with three TD passes as part of 15-for-26 effort for 188 yards in win vs Richmond; rushed 12 times for 83 yards and TD; named CFPA QB Performer of Week Honorable Mention … went 3 of 4 with 19-yard TD pass to Justin Mello in win at Rhode Island … rushed for career-long 77yard TD on first play from scrimmage and finished with career-high 110 yards on eight carries (two TDs) in loss to Towson 2011 Played in two games, completing 3 of 4 passes for 18 yards with one INT ... carried two times for 26 yards against Villanova ... went 2-for-3 for 12 yards at Toledo 2010 Redshirt Season ... received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award

2012 Saw action in seven games before suffering season-ending injury Oct. 13 in win over Richmond … made first career start at Holy Cross and notched fumble recovery … recorded second fumble recovery of season and made one tackle at Old Dominion 2011 Played in nine games, making four tackles, all solo, including two for loss and a sack ... posted solo stops against Villanova (sack), at Richmond, at Lehigh and at Toledo 2010 Played in five games, making five tackles and recovering a fumble ... recovered fumble in NCAA D-I second-round victory at Bethune-Cookman ... registered career-high four tackles in win over Towson 2009 Redshirt season

Before UNH Played QB for one season at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass. ... played QB, WR and DB at Bishop Guertin H.S. for coach Tony Johnson ... named All-State as QB in senior season; rushed for over 1,200 yards and passed for 400 yards ... notched 10 interceptions in senior season for D-II state champions ... All-State split end as junior ... earned starting nod at QB for New Hampshire in 2008 Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl

Before UNH Played one season at Kimball Union Academy for now-UNH defensive coordinator John Lyons; advanced to Bowl Game in his one season ... named Evergreen All-Star ... played two seasons at Bishop Guertin H.S. for coach Tony Johnson ... won 2006 D-II state championship as a junior and reached championship game as senior ... spent freshman and sophomore seasons at Manchester West H.S. ... named to D-II All-State First Team, Coaches AllState Nashua Telegraph First Team All-Stars in 2007

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Sophomore // Defensive Tackle 6-3 // 290 // Dunstable, Mass. Personal The son of Tim and Lori Welch ... born 9-10-91 in Nashua, N.H. 2012 Saw action in three games and made two tackles ... made one tackle in collegiate debut, a win at Holy Cross ... collected solo stop in win over CCSU 2011 Member of 2011 CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... redshirt season Before UNH Led Lawrence Academy to berth in 2010 Tom Flaherty Bowl ... helped clear way for 2,702 rushing yards (300 yards/game) ... recorded 29 tackles and three sacks ... as junior, guided team to a 9-0 mark and ISL Championship ... recorded 39 total tackles and four sacks ... offense averaged 342 rushing yards per game ... First Team All-ISL defensive lineman as a senior

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THE 2013 UNH WILDCATS Tre WILLIAMS

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Junior // Safety 6-3 // 191 // Syracuse, N.Y. Personal The son of James and Kim Williams ... born 9-27-92 in Syracuse, N.Y. 2012 Played in 11 games, including five starts… recorded 36 tackles, 23 solo, and one pass breakup … missed opening game at Holy Cross due to injury … recorded 10 multi-tackle games … tied career high with six tackles at Old Dominion … equaled career high with six tackles in win at Maine 2011 Saw action in eight games ... recorded 20 tackles, 17 solo ... recorded multiple tackles in three games ... five solo tackles in win over Villanova ... matched career-high six tackles in overtime win at Lehigh ... in collegiate debut, set career high with six tackles, five solo, at Toledo 2010 Redshirt season Before UNH Two-way starter (DB/WR) at Christian Brothers Academy ... accumulated 150 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, and seven sacks during career ... voted Section 3 AA All-Star and First-Team All-Central New York as senior

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Freshman // Wide Receiver 5-11 // 180 // Coral Springs, Fla.

Michael BORYESKNE

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Marquis CARR

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Freshman // Defensive Back 5-10 // 175 // Naples, Fla.

Odaine FRANKLYN

Robbie ZAUCK

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Donald GOODRICH

Junior // Defensive End 6-2 // 243 // Ocean City, N.J.

48

Freshman // Linebacker 6-2 // 230 // White Plains, N.Y.

Freshman // Running Back 5-10 // 185 // York, Maine

Personal The son of Robert and Jill Zauck ... born 4-16-92 in Ocean City, N.J. 2012 Saw action in all 12 games … made 16 tackles, 11 solo, five tackles for loss and two sacks; added one pass breakup … four multi-tackle performances … three tackles, career-high two sacks and 2.5 tackles for loss, in win over Delaware … posted career-high four tackles –all solo- in win at Rhode Island 2011 Played in four games ... compiled six tackles, three solo, and pass breakup ... two tackles and pass breakup in debut, a win over Holy Cross 2010 Redshirt season Before UNH Three-year letterwinner at Ocean City H.S. ... senior captain made 129 stops, 21.5 for a loss, 6.5 sacks ... First-Team All-Cape Atlantic, All-South Jersey First Team, First Team AC Press Elite, Group 3 All Courier-Post First Team ... 230 career tackles, most in school history, including 87 solo ... 36 career tackles for loss and 12 all-time sacks, second in school history ... three career INTs and three career forced fumbles ... Air Force National Player of the Week for 16-tackle, 2-sacks vs Atlantic City H.S. ... 2009 Mini Mazwell Award... Ocean City H.S. Defensive Player of the Decade ... three-year letterwinner in baseball, winning South Jersey state championship in 2009

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Rick HOLT

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Freshman // Defensive Line 6-3 // 275 // Portsmouth, N.H.

Chris KEALEY

37

Freshman // Defensive Back 6-3 // 285 // McLean, Va.

Jake KENNEDY

73

Freshman // Offensive Line 6-3 // 285 // Amherst, N.H.

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Antonio NATALE

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Freshman // Wide Receiver 6-0 // 175 // Odenton, Md.

Mike LYNCH

93

Freshman // Quarterback 6-1 // 200 // Bridgewater, N.J.

Max PEDINOFF

9

Freshman // Defensive End 6-1 // 235 // Nashua, N.H.

Freshman // Kicker/Punter 6-0 // 220 // Newtown, Pa.

Nick MARINO

Riley PRITCHETT

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50

Freshman // Defensive Back 5-10 // 180 // Hudson, N.H.

Will McINERNY

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Freshman // Linebacker 6-2 // 215 // Berwyn, Pa.

Chris RECKMEYER

54

Freshman // Offensive Line 6-7 // 290 // Bedford, N.H.

Freshman // Linebacker 6-2 // 230 // West Hartford, Conn.

Patrick MENSAH

Chris REDDING

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Freshman // Defensive Back 6-0 // 185 // New City, N.Y.

Geno MILLER

26

Freshman // Wide Receiver 5-8 // 170 // Bennington, Vt.

Danny ROBERTO

16

Freshman // Defensive Back 5-11 // 190 // Alexandria, Va.

Freshman // Quarterback 6-0 // 195 // Rumson, N.J.

Mike ZALOGA

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Freshman // Offensive Line 6-2 // 281 // Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

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2012 GAME SUMMARIES

UNH 38, Holy Cross 17

Minnesota 44, UNH 7

Game One • August 30, 2012 Fitton Field • Worcester, Mass.

Game Two • September 8, 2012 TCF Bank Stadium • Minneapolis, Minn.

UNH (1-0, 0-0) HC (0-1, 0-0)

6 0

13 10

6 0

13 7

-38 -17

1st 8:00 UNH Steriti 3-yd run (MacArthur kick blocked) 6-0 2nd 11:59 HC Watson 4-yd run (Macomber kick) 6-7 10:04 UNH Orlando 38-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 13-7 3:43 UNH Harris 8-yd pass from Goldrich (Goldrich rush failed) 19-7 0:00 HC Macomber 32-yd field goal 19-10 3rd 7:34 UNH Owens 1-yd run (MacArthur kick failed) 25-10 4th 14:10 UNH Orlando 5-yd pass from Goldrich (MacArthur kick) 32-10 11:52 UNH Setian 2-yd run (MacArthur kick failed) 38-10 1:48 HC Bellomo 2-yd run (Macomber kick) 38-17

INDIVIDUAL WILDCAT LEADERS

RUSHING UNH - Sean Goldrich 10-72 yds; Nico Steriti 12-67, TD PASSING UNH - Sean Goldrich 21-31-0, 193 yds, 2 TD RECEIVING UNH -R.J. Harris 12-102 yds, TD; Joey Orlando 7-102 yds, 2 TD

TEAM STATISTICS

UNH (1-1, 0-0) 7 0 0 0 -7 MINN (2-0, 0-0) 16 14 7 7 -44 1st 10:12 MINN Team Safety 9:54 MINN Fruechte 27-yd pass from Gray (Wettstein kick) :34 UNH Setian 5-yd run (MacArthur kick) :23 MINN Gray 75-yd run (Wettstein kick) 2nd 6:50 MINN Rabe 2-yd pass from Gray (Wettstein kick) 4:56 MINN Gray 11-yd run (Wettstein kick) 3rd 3:11 MINN Kirkwood 2-yd run (Wettstein kick) 4th 6:40 MINN Barker 19-yd pass from Shortell (Wettstein kick)

0-2 0-9 7-9 7-16 7-23 7-30 7-37 7-44

INDIVIDUAL WILDCAT LEADERS RUSHING UNH - Nico Steriti 6-34; Chri Setian 5-33, TD PASSING UNH - Andy Vailas 18-34-1, 158 yds RECEIVING UNH -R.J. Harris 6-61; Jimmy Giansante 3-55

TEAM STATISTICS

UNH HC First Downs................................... 28 19 Rushes/Yardage............................. 49/279 22/75 Passing Yardage............................ 252 271 Pass Comp.-Att./INT.................... 25-35/252 33-47/271 Total Offense................................. 531 346 Punts/Average............................... 3/42.7 6/39.8 Fumbles/Lost................................ 2-0 2-1 Penalties/Yards.............................. 9/72 6/56

UNH MINN First Downs................................... 14 19 Rushes/Yardage............................. 32/68 52/240 Passing Yardage............................ 163 172 Pass Comp.-Att./INT.................... 19-36/1 11-14/0 Total Offense................................. 231 412 Punts/Average............................... 5/40.2 4/42.0 Fumbles/Lost................................ 2/1 4/1 Penalties/Yards.............................. 5/45 3/33

WORCESTER, Mass. – The No. 14/12 UNH football team scored touchdowns on back-to-back drives of 98 yards and 95 yards in the second half to pull away from Holy Cross for a 38-17 Thursday night victory in the season opener for both schools at Fitton Field. The Wildcats (1-0, 0-0 CAA) outscored the Crusaders (0-1, 0-0 Patriot League) 19-7 after halftime and amassed 531 yards of offense (279 rushing, 252 passing) to improve to 11-3 all-time in season-opening games under head coach Sean McDonnell. Sean Goldrich shined in his collegiate debut, completing 21 of 31 passes for 193 yards and two TDs. The redshirt freshman added a team-high 71 rushing yards on 10 carries. Joey Orlando hauled in seven receptions for 102 yards and two touchdowns, while R.J. Harris collected 102 receiving yards and a score on a team-high and career-high-matching 12 catches to go along with a personal-high 57 rushing yards on four carries. Nico Steriti and Chris Setian both notched rushing scores. Chris Beranger and Matt Evans shared team-high honors with nine tackles apiece. Evans moved into a tie for fourth place on the University’s all-time tackle list with 343 stops (Aaron Thomas, 2000-04). Dontra Peters, making his first career start at cornerback, snared one of the team’s two interceptions on the night, with Manny Asam securing the other pick. Jared Smith applied a QB pressure on Peters’ INT and later forced a fumble that was recovered by Jimmy Vailas. UNH claimed a 6-0 lead with eight minutes left in the first quarter on a three-yard touchdown run from Steriti. Crusader freshman Mike Galantini blocked the PAT. After holding New Hampshire on a fourth-and-1 from the 26-yard line, Holy Cross compiled a nine-play, 74-yard drive that concluded with quarterback Kevin Watson’s four-yard keeper for a 7-6 lead with 11:59 remaining in the second. UNH recaptured the lead on its next drive when backup quarterback Andy Vailas entered the game and orchestrated a six-play, 73-yard drive. The sophomore went 4-for-4 for 59 yards, capping the drive with a 38-yard scoring strike to Orlando. The PAT from Mike MacArthur staked the ‘Cats to a 13-7 lead with 10:04 left in the half.The Wildcat defense forced its first turnover of the season on the ensuing drive when Watson was jarred on a pass attempt by Smith, leading to an errant throw that was intercepted by Peters, who returned to the Holy Cross 41. This time it was Goldrich’s turn to spearhead a nine-play scoring drive. The signal caller completed 2 of 3 passes for 15 yards, including a tipped ball that was corralled by Harris for an eight-yard TD that built UNH’s lead to 19-7 with 3:43 left in the second following a failed two-point conversion. The Crusaders scored the final points of the half on the final play of the half courtesy of a 32-yard field goal from John Macomber that sliced New Hampshire’s lead to 19-10. The eight-play, 65-yard drive took only 66 seconds to complete. The second half was all UNH. Pinned to its own 2-yard line, the Wildcats embarked on an eight-play, 98-yard drive that lasted more than three minutes before Jimmy Owens (eight rushes-26 yards, TD) found the end zone on a one-yard carry. Despite the missed PAT, the ‘Cats owned a 25-10 lead with 7:34 left in the third. Goldrich’s 40-yard strike to Orlando was the highlight of the drive. New Hampshire’s next drive began at its own 5. Thirteen plays, 95 yards and five-and-a-half minutes later, Goldrich found Orlando in the far right corner of the end zone for a five-yard strike and a 32-10 lead with 14:10 left in the game. Asam’s interception at the Holy Cross 44 set up the Wildcats’ third TD drive of the second half. Five plays later, Setian carried in from two yards out for a 38-10 advantage. The Crusaders managed a TD with 1:48 remaining on a two-yard run from Matt Bellomo.

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – University of Minnesota quarterback MarQueis Gray passed for two touchdowns and ran for two more to lead the Golden Gophers to a 44-7 victory against UNH in Saturday afternoon’s football matchup at TCF Bank Stadium. UNH -- now 5-5 against FBS teams, including 1-1 against the Big Ten – fell to 1-1 overall in the 2012 season. Minnesota improved to 2-0. UNH’s offense was led by sophomore quarterback Andy Vailas, who was forced into action when redshirt freshman Sean Goldrich was injured on the Wildcats’ second offensive play. Vailas was 18-for-34 for 158 yards. R.J. Harris was his top target with six catches for 61 yards. Jimmy Giansante followed with three receptions for 55 yards. Nico Steriti was the top ground gainer with six carries for 34 yards and Chris Setian accounted for UNH’s touchdown with a five-yard scamper late in the first quarter. The Wildcats’ defensive effort was spearheaded by Matt Evans and Alan Buzbee with nine tackles apiece; Evans finished with a personal-best two sacks. Cody Muller recorded a career-high seven tackles, including a sack, and also forced a fumble that was recovered by teammate Chris Beranger. Minnesota outgained UNH, 412-231, with a 240-68 edge in rushing yards. Gray finished 6 of 8 for 100 passing yards and had 17 carries for 109 yards. Donnell Kirkwood also had 17 rushes for a total of 70 yards and a touchdown. The Golden Gophers quickly built a 9-0 lead in the first quarter with a safety and touchdown spanning 18 seconds. With UNH facing 4th-and-6 at its 15-yard line, the long snap went between the hands of punter Mike MacArthur, who retreated to the end zone and threw the ball out of bounds for a Minnesota safety and a 2-0 lead at 10:12. Troy Stoudermire returned the ensuing kickoff 48 yards and a personal foul against the ‘Cats gave the home team 1st-and-10 at the UNH 27. Gray lofted a pass down the left sideline for a 27-yard touchdown completion to Isaac Fruechte, and Jordan Wettstein’s PAT extended the Gophers’ lead to 9-0 at 9:54. The Wildcats responded with an eight-play, 76-yard drive to pull within 9-7 with 34 seconds remaining in the first quarter. Steriti carried the ball eight yards to create 1st and goal, and Vailas pitched the ball right to Setian, who won the race to the pylon and MacAruthur’s kick was successful. Minnesota reestablished a nine-point lead, 16-7, just 11 seconds later when Gray opted to keep the ball, broke through a hole in the middle of the line and raced to the end zone for a 75-yard touchdown. Gray orchestrated an eight-play, 67-yard TD drive that consumed 4:04 off the clock and extended the advantage to 23-7 at 6:50. On 3rd & 2 at the UNH 35, Gray found John Rabe down the right seam for a 33-yard gain. One play later, Rabe came out of the backfield in the wishbone formation to catch the ball in the right flat for a two-yard score from Gray. Minnesota’s defense forced a turnover on a strip-sack of Vailas and Gray scored three plays later on an 11-yard keeper up the middle to give the Gophers a 30-7 lead at 4:56. Minnesota consumed more than eight minutes off the clock on a 16-play, 85-yard drive that culminated in a two-yard TD run by Kirkwood that gave the home team a 37-7 lead. Minnesota closed the scoring at 6:40 of the fourth quarter on a 12-play, 86-yard drive capped by a 19-yard pass from Max Shortell to A.J. Barker.

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2012 GAME SUMMARIES

UNH 43, Central Conn. State 10

Old Dominion 64, UNH 61

Game Three • September 15, 2012 Cowell Stadium • Durham, N.H.

Game Four • September 22, 2012 S.B. Ballard Stadium • Norfolk, Va. UNH (2-2, 0-1) 16 24 14 7 -61 ODU (4-0, 1-0) 3 21 14 26 -64

CCSU (0-3, 0-0) 3 0 0 7 -10 UNH (2-1, 0-0) 13 10 7 13 -43 1st 10:54 UNH Vailas 5-yd run (MacArthur kick failed) 3:43 CCSU Duque 33-yd field goal 1:58 UNH Allison 30-yd run (MacArthur kick) 2nd 11:58 UNH Spears 1-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 0:00 UNH MacArthur 28-yd field goal 3rd 10:29 UNH Owens 5-yd run (MacArthur kick) 4th 14:22 UNH Setian 28-yd run (MacArthur kick) 12:59 UNH Owens 6-yd run (MacArthur kick failed) 1:08 CCSU Rose 38-yd fumble recovery (Duque kick)

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

0-6 3-6 3-13 3-20 3-23 3-30 3-37 3-43 10-43

INDIVIDUAL WILDCAT LEADERS

RUSHING UNH - Nico Steriti 12-104; Jimmy Owens 11-91, 2 TDs PASSING UNH - Andy Vailas 14-20-0, 122, TD RECEIVING UNH -R.J. Harris 6-67; Joey Orlando 5-36

DURHAM, N.H. – Nico Steriti rushed for a team-leading 104 yards, and four other UNH running backs scored touchdowns as the 18th-ranked Wildcats knocked off Central Connecticut State, 43-10, in Saturday afternoon’s home opener at Cowell Stadium. UNH, which claimed its eighth consecutive victory in a home opener, upped its record to 2-1 on the season by defeating CCSU (0-3) for the seventh time in seven all-time meetings. Steriti (12 rushes-104 yards) paced a Wildcats’ rushing attack that accumulated 331 yards and averaged 6.4 yards/rush. Jimmy Owens carried 11 times for a careerhigh 91 yards and two touchdowns, and Chris Setian tallied a rushing score as part of his 11-carry, 81-yard effort. It was the most rushing yards by a UNH team since Sept. 16, 2006, when the ‘Cats ran for 417 yards in a win over Stony Brook. The five rushing TDs are the most since Nov. 12, 2011, at Towson. Making his first career start, quarterback Andy Vailas went 14-for-20 for 122 yards and a TD. R.J. Harris pulled down six catches for 67 yards to lead all UNH receivers. New Hampshire had four interceptions and limited the Blue Devils to 234 yards of total offense. Nick Cefalo grabbed the first two interceptions of his career, while Chris Houston and Steven Thames added picks. Matt Evans notched a team-high nine tackles, and Matt Kaplan added four tackles, one sack and two fumble recoveries. The Wildcats built a 6-0 lead with 3:48 left in the opening quarter on a five-yard touchdown run from Vailas. The Blue Devils drew within, 6-3, when Juan Duque booted a 33-yard field goal with 3:43 left in the first. UNH’s lead increased to 13-3 on a 30-yard TD run from Jared Allison with 1:58 left in the opening quarter. Allison, on his first collegiate touch, took an end around to the left side, switched directions when he was hemmed in and dashed around the right corner to the end zone. The ‘Cats bumped their advantage to 20-3 with 11:58 left in the first half when Vailas completed a third-and-one pass to tight end Harold Spears in the back of the end zone. It was Spears’ first career scoring reception and put a ribbon on a nine-play, 80-yard drive. Mike MacArthur drilled his first field-goal attempt of the season, a 28-yarder on the final play of the half, to give New Hampshire a 23-3 halftime lead. CCSU’s initial second-half drive ended on a Cefalo interception, his second of the game. Owens scored six plays later on a 5-yard run at 10:29 of the third to make it 30-3. Setian found a hole off right tackle and raced 30 yards for a TD with 14:22 left in the contest to stake UNH to a 37-3 lead. Owens scored his second TD of the day on a 6-yard run just two plays later to extend it to 43-3. The Blue Devils would conclude scoring as David Rose recovered a UNH fumble and returned it 38 yards with 1:08 left. Andrew Clements completed 10 of 21 passes for 98 yards and three INTs for CCSU. Rob Hollomon led the Devils’ rushing attack with 47 yards on 18 carries.

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Orlando 25-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) Brown 22-yd field goal Steriti 1-yd run (Setian rush failed) MacArthur 38-yd field goal Mayers 57-yd pass from Heinicke (Brown kick) Setian 15-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) Steriti 61-yd run (MacArthur kick) Vaughan 15-yd pass from Heinicke (Brown kick) Harris 73-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) Heinicke 9-yd run (Brown kick) MacArthur 32-yd field goal Orlando 15-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) Bailey 32-yd pass from Heinicke (Brown kick) Goodwyn 7-yd run (Brown kick) Vailas 67-yd run (MacArthur kick)

7-0 7-3 13-3 16-3 16-10 23-10 30-10 30-17 37-17 37-24 40-24 47-24 47-31 47-38 54-38 Mayers 12-yd pass from Heinicke (Mayers pass from Heinicke) 54-46 Mayers 9-yd pass from Heinicke (Roberts pass from Heinicke) 54-54 Harper 2-yd run (Brown kick) 54-61 Harris 45-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 61-61 Brown 25-yd field goal 61-64

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TEAM STATISTICS

CCSU UNH First Downs................................... 15 19 Rushes/Yardage............................. 50/121 52/331 Passing Yardage............................ 113 128 Pass Comp.-Att./INT.................... 13-30/4 15-24/0 Total Offense................................. 234 459 Punts/Average............................... 4/41.0 5/27.4 Fumbles/Lost................................ 3/2 4/3 Penalties/Yards.............................. 3/21 5/55

14:46 10:04 9:06 :48 12:42 10:15 6:56 4:02 2:50 2:25 0:00 12:25 7:10 1:38 1:05 13:04 10:09 4:39 3:22 :41

RUSHING UNH - Nico Steriti 21-201, 2 TDs PASSING UNH - Andy Vailas 23-38-1, 336, 5 TDs RECEIVING UNH -R.J. Harris 8-191, 2 TDs; Joey Orlando 7-81, 2 TDs

TEAM STATISTICS

UNH ODU

First Downs.......................................... 35 Rushes/Yardage.................................... 51/389 Passing Yardage................................... 336 Pass Comp.-Att./INT........................... 23-38/1 Total Offense........................................ 725 Punts/Average...................................... 6/36.2 Fumbles/Lost....................................... 2/1 Penalties/Yards..................................... 6/40

39 27/94 730 55-79/0 824 4/48.2 4/2 12/103

NORFOLK, Va. – Andy Vailas passed for 336 yards and five touchdowns Saturday afternoon at S.B. Ballard Stadium, but Old Dominion quarterback Taylor Heinicke set an NCAA Division I record by amassing 730 passing yards as the fifth-ranked Monarchs outlasted No. 18/19 UNH, 64-61, in the highest-scoring game in CAA history. The Wildcats, who led by as many as 23 points (47-24) in the second half, dropped to 2-2 on the season and 0-1 in the league despite setting a school record with 35 first downs. ODU upped its overall record to 4-0 by winning its conference opener, and the Monarchs established an FCS record by racking up 824 yards of total offense. Jarod Brown snapped a 61-61 tie by kicking a 25-yard field goal with 41 seconds remaining to cap a record-shattering game that featured an astounding 1,549 yards of total offense –another NCAA FCS record. Heinicke completed 55 of 79 passes for five touchdowns without an interception. The sophomore set an FCS record with 791 yards of total offense. ODU’s Nick Mayers snared 12 passes for 271 yards and three touchdowns, and Antonio Vaughan posted 12 catches for 143 yards and a score. Vailas went 23-for-38 and added 14 carries for 80 yards and a TD to finish with 416 yards of total offense. Nico Steriti led all ball-carriers with 21 rushes for a career-high 201 yards and two TDs, and R.J. Harris caught eight passes for a career-high 191 yards and a pair of TDs. The Wildcats made an instant impact on the opening kickoff when Lamar Edmonds drilled Colby Goodwyn, forcing a fumble that was recovered by Akil Anderson at the Monarchs’ 25. One play later, Vailas found Joey Orlando on a post-pattern scoring toss and a 7-0 lead just 16 seconds into the game. Steriti accounted for all 76 yards of a four-play drive capped by his one-yard touchdown run with 9:06 remaining in the first for a 13-3 lead. The twopoint attempt failed. The Wildcats parlayed the Monarchs’ second turnover of the game into a touchdown with 10:15 left in the second. Mayers fumbled a punt return that was recovered by Jimmy Vailas at the Monarchs’ 25. Chris Setian rumbled for 12 yards on the first play of the next drive before taking a screen pass from Vailas on the next play 13 yards into the end zone, which staked the ‘Cats to a 23-10 lead. New Hampshire recaptured the momentum when Vailas completed a 73-yard touchdown pass to Harris on a third-and-23 play to build the lead to 37-17 with 2:50 left in the half. It was the longest passing play for the Wildcats since a 77-yard hookup between R.J. Toman and Chris Jeannot on Nov. 15, 2008, against Massachusetts. Chris Houston led the Wildcats with 14 tackles, while Dontra Peters (13 tackles), Matt Evans (12 tackles) and Alan Buzbee (10 tackles) all finished with double-digit stops. The 61 points scored by UNH represented the most ever in a defeat and the highest totaled by the ‘Cats since a 63-21 win at Rhode Island on Nov. 11, 2006. ODU’s 64 points were the most allowed by New Hampshire since a 64-42 loss to Massachusetts on Nov. 19, 1988.

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2012 GAME SUMMARIES

UNH 34, Delaware 14

UNH 44, Georgia State 21

Game Five • September 29, 2012 Cowell Stadium • Durham, N.H.

Game Six • October 6, 2012 Georgia Dome • Atlanta, Ga.

DEL (4-1, 1-1) UNH (3-2, 1-1)

7 0 0 7 -14 0 0 14 20 -34

1st 1:05 DEL Hurley 1-yd run (Baner kick) 3rd 11:02 UNH Harris 32-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 5:08 UNH Vailas 1-yd run (MacArthur kick) 4th 14:50 UNH Harris 7-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 8:16 UNH MacArthur 23-yd field goal 4:54 UNH MacArthur 28-yd field goal 3:52 UNH Owens 60-yd run (MacArthur kick) 0:34 DEL Milburn 26-yd pass from Hurley (Baner kick)

7-0 7-7 7-14 7-21 7-24 7-27 7-34 14-34

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7 14 17 6 -44 7 0 0 14 -21

1st 13:35 UNH Spears 26-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 11:01 GSU Wilson 54-yd pass from Benn (Lutz kick) 2nd 12:22 UNH Steriti 8-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 8:54 UNH Steriti 7-yd run (MacArthur kick) 3rd 14:34 UNH Mello 5-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 3:17 UNH Setian 25-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 0:40 UNH MacArthur 43-yd field goal 4th 13:52 GSU Ogbuehi 26-yd pass from McLane (Lutz kick) 13:30 UNH Steriti 34-yd run (MacArthur kick failed) 4:51 GSU Wilson 47-yd pass from McLane (Lutz kick)

7-0 7-7 14-7 21-7 28-7 35-7 38-7 38-14 44-14 44-21

INDIVIDUAL WILDCAT LEADERS

RUSHING UNH - Jimmy Owens 4-72 yds, TD PASSING UNH - Andy Vailas 23-36-0, 315, 2 TDs RECEIVING UNH -R.J. Harris 7-129, 2 TDs

RUSHING UNH - Nico Steriti 11-126, 2 TDs; Jimmy Owens 15-120 PASSING UNH - Andy Vailas 18-35-0, 252, 4 TDs RECEIVING UNH -Harold Spears 6-94, TD; Jimmy Giansante 4-65

TEAM STATISTICS

DEL UNH First Downs................................... 17 19 Rushes/Yardage............................. 41/94 35/157 Passing Yardage............................ 140 315 Pass Comp.-Att./INT.................... 18-27/2 23-36/0 Total Offense................................. 234 472 Punts/Average............................... 7/35.3 4/36.0 Fumbles/Lost................................ 0/0 0/0 Penalties/Yards.............................. 3/17 8/52

DURHAM, N.H. – R.J. Harris hauled in a pair of second-half touchdown passes and racked up 129 receiving yards to help 20th-ranked UNH post a convincing 34-14 victory against No. 8 and previously unbeaten Delaware at Cowell Stadium on Saturday afternoon. UNH upped its record to 3-2 on the season and 1-1 in the CAA, while Delaware dipped to 4-1 overall and 1-1 in the CAA. The Wildcats won their eighth consecutive home game and improved to 20-1 in their last 21 games at Mooradian Field. Andy Vailas matched a career best with 23 completions on 36 attempts for 315 yards and two TDs. The sophomore signal caller added 14 carries for 36 yards and a score. Joey Orlando added six catches for 74 yards as UNH amassed 409 of its 472 yards of total offense in the second half. The Wildcats’ defense held the Blue Hens to 234 yards and a mere 92 yards in the second half. Manny Asam spearheaded the attack and tied a career high by notching 11 tackles and a personal-best 1.5 sacks. Dontra Peters tallied two interceptions and three tackles, including a half sack, Matt Evans chipped in with nine tackles, and Robbie Zauck collected two of UNH’s six sacks of Delaware quarterback Trent Hurley (18-for-27, 140 yards, TD, INT). Trailing 7-0 at halftime, the Wildcats scored touchdowns on their first three possessions of the second half to open a 21-7 lead with 14:50 left in the game. UNH tied the game, 7-7, when Harris snared his first TD catch of the contest on a 32-yard pass to conclude an eight-play, 72-yard drive at 11:02 of the third quarter. On third-and-12, Vailas fired a strike down the left sideline that Harris caught in stride on his way to the end zone. The ‘Cats took the lead for good, 14-7, when Vailas capped a seven-play, 77-yard drive with a one-yard TD rush with 5:08 left in the third. The signal caller faked a handoff to Chris Setian and walked in untouched for the score. Vailas and Harris would connect for the second time early in the fourth for a seven-yard reception and a 21-7 Wildcats’ advantage. On third-and-goal, Vailas zipped a scoring pass to the open Harris just inside the goal line to wrap up a 12-play, 67-yard drive that lasted more than four minutes. Mike MacArthur improved to 5-for-5 in field goal kicking on the season by successfully hitting from 23 yards out with 8:16 left for a 24-7 lead and a 28-yarder that staked New Hampshire to a 27-7 lead with 4:54 to go. The Wildcats capped a 34-0 run when Jimmy Owens (team-leading 72 rushing yards on four carries) took a handoff up the middle, angled left and outraced the Blue Hen secondary for a career-high 60-yard run with 3:52 left. Delaware managed to avoid a second-half shutout on a 26-yard pass from Hurley to Mike Milburn (two catches-32 yards) with 34 seconds left. Andrew Pierce paced Delaware with 18 rushes for 82 yards. The Blue Hens led 7-0 at halftime thanks to Hurley’s one-yard run with 1:05 left in the first quarter. It marked the first time the Wildcats had been blanked at home in the opening half of a game since Oct. 14, 2000, against Richmond.

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UNH (4-2, 2-1) GSU (0-5)

TEAM STATISTICS

UNH GSU First Downs................................... 26 15 Rushes/Yardage............................. 42/332 30/56 Passing Yardage............................ 292 243 Pass Comp.-Att./INT.................... 21-41/1 13-29/3 Total Offense................................. 624 299 Punts/Average............................... 5/38.6 8/45.1 Fumbles/Lost................................ 1/1 2/2 Penalties/Yards.............................. 7/50 4/26 ATLANTA – Andy Vailas threw for four touchdowns, Nico Steriti scored three times and UNH head football coach Sean McDonnell earned his 100th career victory as the No. 14/17 Wildcats defeated Georgia State, 44-21, on Saturday at the Georgia Dome. With its second straight win, UNH improves to 4-2 on the season and 2-1 in the CAA. GSU falls to 0-5. McDonnell, in his 14th season, joins his former head coach, Bill Bowes (175 victories in 27 seasons), as the only UNH coaches to ever reach the century mark in career wins. The Wildcats totaled 624 yards on offense while holding the Panthers to 299 yards. UNH accumulated 332 rushing yards, as both Steriti and Jimmy Owens eclipsed the 100-yard mark. The New Hampshire defense forced five turnovers, with three interceptions and two fumble recoveries. Jared Smith notched a forced fumble and two sacks among his five tackles. Matt Evans and Cody Muller also registered sacks. Chris Houston, Hayden Knudson and Alan Buzbee each intercepted a pass. Vailas went 18 of 35 for 252 yards and four TDs. Harold Spears set career highs with six receptions for 94 yards and a TD. Jimmy Giansante tallied four grabs for 65 yards. UNH snapped a 7-7 tie early in the second quarter by parlaying the game’s first turnover into points. Smith blindsided GSU quarterback Ronnie Bell, forcing a fumble that was recovered by Muller at the Panthers’ 21. Steriti then picked up 13 yards on a sweep around the right end before nabbing a Vailas pass on a shallow crossing route from right to left for an eight-yard TD and a 14-7 lead. Steriti scored his second touchdown of the game by reversing direction on a leftside rush, slamming on the brakes, cutting to his right and maneuvering his way for a seven-yard TD and a 21-7 advantage with 8:54 left in the second. The lead ballooned to 28-7 just 26 seconds into the second half on a five-yard TD pass from Vailas to Justin Mello. The Wildcats would push the lead to 35-7 when Vailas tossed his fourth TD pass of the day to a fourth different receiver, Chris Setian, who hauled in a screen pass and raced a career-best 25 yards for a TD with 3:17 remaining in the third quarter. Mike MacArthur tacked on a season-high 43-yard field goal with 40 seconds remaining in the third to push the New Hampshire cushion to 38-7. Georgia State received a brief spark on a 26-yard TD pass from Ben McLane to Emmanuel Ogbuehi that cut the deficit to 38-14 at 13:52 of the fourth quarter. But New Hampshire retaliated nine seconds later courtesy of a 63-yard kickoff return by Jared Allison, followed by Steriti’s third TD of the contest, a 34-yard run jaunt for a 44-14 lead. The teams exchanged touchdowns on their initial possessions. First, UNH marched 68 yards on four plays, with a career-long 29-yard rush by R.J. Harris that set the stage for a Vailas-to-Spears 26-yard TD pass. GSU drew even, 7-7, when Bell found Albert Wilson for a 54-yard touchdown pass with 11:01 left in the opening quarter.

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2012 GAME SUMMARIES

UNH 44, Richmond 40

UNH 28, Maine 21

Game Seven • October 13, 2012 Cowell Stadium • Durham, N.H. RICH (4-3, 2-2) UNH (5-2, 3-1)

10 13

7 14

10 7

13 10

Game Eight • October 20, 2012 Alfond Stadium • Orono, Maine -40 -44

1st 12:48 UNH Harris 14-yd pass from Vailas (Vailas rush failed) 7:50 RICH Hinshaw 38-yd field goal 5:07 RICH Gaskins 1-yd run (Hinshaw kick) 2:01 UNH Orlando 16-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 2nd 13:10 UNH Steriti 21-yd run (MacArthur kick) 11:16 RICH Gaskins 8-yd run (Hinshaw kick) 2:00 UNH Harris 9-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 3rd 8:54 UNH Vailas 38-yd run (MacArthur kick) 6:22 RICH Fisher 2-yd pass from Laub (Hinshaw kick) 0:59 RICH Hinshaw 41-yd field goal 4th 11:19 RICH Barnette 4-yd pass from Strauss (Hinshaw kick) 10:21 RICH Gaskins 48-yd run (Hinshaw kick blocked) 2:57 UNH Setian 5-yd run (MacArthur kick) 1:08 UNH MacArthur 27-yd field goal

UNH (6-2, 4-1) 0 21 7 0 -28 MAINE (2-5, 1-3) 7 7 0 7 -21 1st 12:48 Maine Perillo 15-yd pass from Wasilewski (Decloux kick) 0-7 2nd 10:57 Maine Perillo 16-yd pass from Wasilewski (Decloux kick) 0-14 9:09 UNH Spears 79-yd pass from Goldrich (MacArthur kick failed) 6-14 0:57 UNH Harris 22-yd pass from Goldrich (Setian from Goldrich) 14-14 0:19 UNH Setian 5-yd pass from Goldrich (MacArthur kick) 21-14 3rd 2:44 UNH Spears 6-yd pass from Goldrich (MacArthur kick) 28-14 4th 14:22 Maine Williams 23-yd pass from Wasilewski (Decloux kick) 28-21

0-6 3-6 10-6 10-13 10-20 17-20 17-27 17-34 24-34 27-34 34-34 40-34 40-41 40-44

INDIVIDUAL WILDCAT LEADERS

RUSHING UNH - Chris Setian 17-76 PASSING UNH - Sean Goldrich 18-39-1, 283, 4 TDs RECEIVING UNH - R.J. Harris 7-88, TD; Harold Spears 3-107, 2 TDs

INDIVIDUAL WILDCAT LEADERS RUSHING UNH - Nico Steriti 15-122, TD; Andy Vailas 12-83, TD PASSING UNH - Andy Vailas 15-26-1, 188, 3 TDs RECEIVING UNH -R.J. Harris 5-94, 2 TDs; Joey Orlando 4-49, TD

TEAM STATISTICS

TEAM STATISTICS

RICH UNH First Downs................................... 29 19 Rushes/Yardage............................. 42/233 36/263 Passing Yardage............................ 311 191 Pass Comp.-Att./INT.................... 32-57/0 16-28/1 Total Offense................................. 544 454 Punts/Average............................... 3/29.3 5/35.8 Fumbles/Lost................................ 1/0 0/0 Penalties/Yards.............................. 4/40 6/52 DURHAM, N.H.- A Homecoming crowd of 12,834 saw No. 12/13 UNH squander a 17-point second-half lead only to rally for 10 late points to pull out Saturday afternoon’s 44-40 come-from-behind victory against Richmond in a CAA showdown at Cowell Stadium. Andy Vailas, who completed 15 of 26 passes for 188 yards, threw for three first-half touchdowns, added a 38-yard rushing TD in the third quarter and converted a crucial fourth-down conversion on UNH’s go-ahead drive in the final quarter to lead the Wildcats to their third straight victory. Richmond fought back from a 34-17 deficit to grab a 40-34 lead with 10:21 remaining. Special teams saved the ‘Cats. Lamar Edmonds blocked the PAT that followed a 48-yard touchdown run from Kendall Gaskins that put the visitors in front. Then Mike MacArthur pinned the Spiders back to their 1-yard line with a 51-yard punt at the 7:55 mark. On the subsequent drive, Randi Vines stuffed Gaskins for a one-yard gain on 3rdand-2 at the Richmond 10. That forced a punt that staked UNH to good field position at its 49 with 5:58 left. Sean Goldrich then entered the game for the first time and handed off to Chris Setian for a 35-yard pickup down to the Spiders’ 16. Goldrich completed a three-yard pass to Joey Orlando and called his own number for a six-yard gain, setting the stage for a 4th-and-2 play at UR’s 8. Following a timeout, Vailas returned to action and converted a QB draw for three yards before Setian plowed in for a five-yard TD and a 41-40 lead with 2:57 remaining. MacArthur provided the game’s final points with a 27-yard field goal with 1:08 left. Matt Evans tallied a season-high 16 tackles -15 solo- to headline UNH’s defensive effort. CAA rushing leader Nico Steriti produced his fourth 100-yard rushing game in five weeks by carrying 15 times for 122 yards. The sophomore notched a 21-yard TD scamper with 13:10 left in the second quarter to stake the ‘Cats to a 20-10 lead. R.J. Harris spearheaded the receiving game with five catches for 94 yards, highlighted by a 14-yard scoring reception in the first quarter and a nine-yard TD catch in the second period. Orlando, who was the recipient of a Vailas 16-yard TD throw with 2:01 left in the first, moved into 10th place in school history in all-time receptions (151) and receiving yards (1,909). The Wildcats took control on the Vailas scoring run with 8:54 left in the third to open their biggest lead.The Spiders retaliated with 23 consecutive points. John Laub (27-for-44, 269 yards, TD) threw a two-yard touchdown strike to Seth Fisher, which trimmed UNH’s lead to 34-24 with 6:22 left in the third. With 59 seconds remaining in the third, Remington Hinshaw booted a 41-yard field goal to make it 34-27. After Laub departed with an injury, Strauss threw a four-yard TD pass to Stephen Barnette on his first attempt of the day, as Richmond knotted the score, 34-34, with 11:19 left in the fourth. But the Spiders, who outgained the Wildcats, remained winless at Cowell Stadium since 2000. UNH recorded its ninth straight home victory and improved to 21-1 in its last 22 contests at “The Dungeon.”

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UNH MAINE First Downs................................... 28 21 Rushes/Yardage............................. 46/146 31/95 Passing Yardage............................ 283 254 Pass Comp.-Att./INT.................... 18-40/1 23-44/2 Total Offense................................. 429 349 Punts/Average............................... 7/37.7 8/35.5 Fumbles/Lost................................ 2/1 0/0 Penalties/Yards.............................. 7/70 5/49 ORONO, Maine- Sean Goldrich threw for 283 yards and four TDs to lead No. 12/14 UNH to Saturday afternoon’s come-from-behind 28-21 victory over Maine at Alfond Stadium in the 100th all-time meeting between the CAA rivals. UNH (6-2, 4-1 CAA) registered its fourth straight victory to retain possession of the Brice-Cowell Musket. Goldrich, who was making his first start since suffering an injured shoulder at Minnesota on Sept. 8, went 18 of 39 and rushed eight times for 13 yards with a teamlong 12-yard rush. Harold Spears notched three catches, including two for touchdowns, for a careerhigh 107 yards, and R.J. Harris nabbed a team-high seven catches for 88 yards and a TD. Chris Setian carried a team-leading 17 times for 76 yards, including six straight carries for 24 yards as the Wildcats ran out the clock to preserve their ninth win in the last 10 meetings with Maine (2-5, 1-3). Matt Evans amassed a team-high 11 tackles, and Jared Smith chipped in with nine stops, including 1.5 tackles for loss and three pass breakups. UNH scored 28 unanswered points after falling behind, 14-0, in the first half. Alan Buzbee and Steven Thames each recorded an interception that led to touchdowns. The Black Bears scored the only points of the opening quarter on Justin Perillo’s 15-yard touchdown catch. Perillo hauled in Marcus Wasilewski’s pass with 5:20 left for a 7-0 lead. Perillo tallied his second TD of the contest with 10:57 left in the second when he took a screen pass from Wasilewski in the left flat, broke a tackle and registered a 16-yard score for a 14-0 Black Bears’ lead. The Wildcats got on the scoreboard with 9:09 remaining in the first half when an open Spears caught Goldrich’s pass along the left hash marks and outran the Black Bears defense 79 yards for UNH’s longest play of the season and a 14-6 deficit following the failed PAT. New Hampshire compiled a 12-play, 81-yard drive on its game-tying drive. Harris, who had a potential 33-yard TD reception negated by a holding penalty, found his way to the end zone two plays later on a 22-yard pass from Goldrich. The Wildcats successfully added the two-point conversion on a Goldrich-to-Setian pass to square the score, 14-14, with 57 seconds left in the second. The Wildcats would strike for the go-ahead touchdown just 38 seconds later when Buzbee picked off Wasilewski’s first-down pass and rumbled 46 yards to the Maine 1. After an incompletion and a fumble, the ‘Cats regrouped with Goldrich hitting Setian (three catches-21 yards, TD) for a five-yard TD and a 21-14 lead at halftime. UNH’s second interception of the game set up the only TD of the third quarter. Thames collected a tipped ball and dashed 17 yards to the Black Bear 18. Wasilewski’s pass, intended for Arthur Williams, was broken up by Tim Pike, leading to Thames’ second INT of the season and a red-zone opportunity that New Hampshire would cash in on Goldrich’s fourth TD pass of the day –and second to Spears- a six-yard hookup with 2:44 left in the third for a 28-14 lead. Maine snapped the 28-point UNH run with 14:22 left in the fourth quarter when Williams was on the receiving end of a 23-yard slant TD pass from Wasliewski that trimmed the Bears’ deficit to 28-21.

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2012 GAME SUMMARIES

UNH 40, Rhode Island 20

UNH 28, William & Mary 25

Game Nine • October 27, 2012 Meade Stadium • Kingston, R.I.

Game Ten • November 3, 2012 Cowell Stadium • Durham, N.H.

UNH (7-2, 5-1) URI (0-8, 0-5)

9 17 14 0 -40 6 0 7 7 -20

1st 13:15 UNH MacArthur 28-yd field goal 10:59 URI Johnson-Farrell 12-yd pass from Bentsen (Bentsen pass failed) 7:53 UNH Setian 2-yd run (MacArthur kick failed) 2nd 14:36 UNH Steriti 11-yd run (MacArthur kick) 8:08 UNH MacArthur 31-yd field goal 0:07 UNH Setian 9-yd pass from Goldrich (MacArthur kick) 3rd 9:10 URI Bentsen 6-yd run (Smith kick) 7:22 UNH Mello 19-yd pass from Vailas (MacArthur kick) 2:46 UNH Goldrich 9-yd run (MacArthur kick) 4th 11:05 URI Bentsen 5-yd run (Smith kick)

3-0 3-6 9-6 16-6 19-6 26-6 26-13 33-13 40-13 40-20

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7 0

0 18

11 0

7 10

-25 -28

1st 4:12 W&M McBride 30-yd pass from Caprio (Carpenter kick) 2nd 13:45 UNH MacArthur 23-yd field goal 5:20 UNH Steriti 18-yd run (Spears pass from Vailas) 0:16 UNH Goldrich 2-yd run (MacArthur kick) 3rd 9:20 W&M Carpenter 23-yd field goal 4:06 W&M McBride 19-yd pass from Graham (McBride pass from Graham) 4th 11:22 UNH MacArthur 24-yd field goal 6:00 W&M Graham 1-yd run (Carpenter kick) 4:14 UNH Steriti 19-yd run (MacArthur kick)

7-0 7-3 7-11 7-18 10-18 18-18 18-21 25-21 25-28

INDIVIDUAL WILDCAT LEADERS RUSHING UNH - Nico Steriti 19-106, 2 TDs PASSING UNH - Sean Goldrich 21-30-0, 215 RECEIVING UNH -R.J. Harris 10-77

RUSHING UNH - Chris Setian 4-55, TD; Andy Vailas 8-54 PASSING UNH - Sean Goldrich 17-27-0, 245, TD RECEIVING UNH -R.J. Harris 8-131

TEAM STATISTICS

UNH URI First Downs................................... 21 24 Rushes/Yardage............................. 28/200 47/192 Passing Yardage............................ 282 266 Pass Comp.-Att./INT.................... 20-33/0 24-38/2 Total Offense................................. 482 458 Punts/Average............................... 3/39.3 4/37.2 Fumbles/Lost................................ 2/2 1/1 Penalties/Yards.............................. 4/38 2/15 KINGSTON, R.I. – Dontra Peters forced a fumble and notched an interception that sparked scoring drives, Chris Setian scored both a rushing and receiving touchdown and 12th-ranked UNH spoiled Saturday’s Homecoming game at Rhode Island by posting a 40-20 CAA victory. UNH, which recorded its fifth straight victory, improved to 7-2 overall and maintained at least a share of first place in the CAA with a league mark of 5-1. URI dropped to 0-8, 0-5. Sean Goldrich completed 17 of 27 passes for 245 yards and a touchdown while rushing six times for 24 yards and a TD. R.J. Harris registered his fourth 100-yard receiving game of the season by snaring a team-leading eight catches for 131 yards. Matt Evans totaled 12 tackles, eight of the solo variety, for team-high honors. The senior co-captain, with 427 career stops, moved to within seven tackles of UNH all-time leader Steve Doig (434, 1978-81). New Hampshire’s defense turned three Rhode Island turnovers into 17 points. Mike MacArthur staked UNH to a 3-0 lead by kicking a 28-yard field goal with 13:15 remaining in the first quarter. Rhody’s initial drive was thwarted when Jared Smith (two tackles) blocked a 29-yard field goal try by Dylan Smith, but the Rams alertly recovered the ensuing fumbled return by Peters at the UNH 16-yard line. Rhode Island capitalized on that turnover to take a 6-3 lead two plays later on a 12-yard touchdown pass from Bob Bentsen (24-for-38, 266 yards, two INT, TD) to Brandon JohnsonFarrell (nine catches-92 yards, TD) with 10:59 left in the first. Bentsen’s two-point conversion pass attempt fell incomplete. The Wildcats came right back with a 10-play, 72-yard drive which culminated in Setian’s two-yard scoring rush with 7:53 remaining in the opening stanza. The failed PAT left UNH’s advantage at 9-6. Peters (five tackles) atoned for his earlier fumble when he intercepted Bentsen’s pass in the UNH end zone to snuff out Rhode Island’s 13-play, 75-yard drive that chewed up nearly seven minutes. The pick was Peters’ fourth of the season, which is tied for the most in the CAA. New Hampshire then covered 80 yards on seven plays, climaxing in an 11-yard rushing touchdown from Nico Steriti (five rushes-19 yards, TD) for a 16-6 lead with 14:36 left in the second quarter. Peters caused a second Rhode Island turnover deep in UNH territory to halt the Rams’ following possession when he ripped the ball loose from URI running back Assani Mudimbi on a rushing play. Manny Asam (six tackles) recovered the fumble on the Wildcats’ 21. UNH parlayed that turnover into more points courtesy of MacArthur’s 31-yard field goal with 8:08 left in the half that staked the Wildcats to a 19-6 advantage. New Hampshire seized a commanding 26-6 lead on Goldrich’s nine-yard TD pass to Setian (two catches-25 yards, TD) with seven seconds left in the half. That put a bow on a seven-play, 71-yard scoring drive that took only 44 seconds to materialize. URI scored on its initial possession of the second half when Bentsen scored on a six-yard keeper to trim the deficit to 26-13 at 9:10 of the third. Vailas got into the scoring action with a 19-yard TD pass to Justin Mello (two catches-27 yards, TD) with 7:22 left in the third for a 33-13 lead. Mello made a full-extension grab in the far left corner of the end zone for his second scoring reception of the year. Jared Allison (55 kick-return yards; 103 all-purpose yards) set the stage for the four-play, 52-yard drive by virtue of his 40-yard kickoff return to the UNH 48. The Wildcats took advantage of favorable field position on their next scoring drive, which began when Alan Buzbee (four tackles) picked off Bentsen’s fourth-down pass and brought it back 12 yards to the URI 35. It was Buzbee’s third interception in the last four games. It took all of five plays, 33 yards and 53 seconds to score the fifth TD of the day. Goldrich called his own number for a nine-yard score to push the lead to 40-13 with 2:46 left in the third. The Rams made it 40-20 with 11:05 left on a five-yard keeper by Bentsen.

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W&M (2-7, 1-5) UNH (8-2, 6-1)

TEAM STATISTICS

W&M UNH First Downs................................... 23 27 Rushes/Yardage............................. 45/191 41/207 Passing Yardage............................ 214 221 Pass Comp.-Att./INT.................... 18-31/1 22-33/0 Total Offense................................. 405 428 Punts/Average............................... 3/32.0 4/25.8 Fumbles/Lost................................ 1/0 2/1 Penalties/Yards.............................. 3/45 3/12 DURHAM, N.H. – Nico Steriti carried 19 times for 106 yards and two touchdowns and Matt Evans registered a game-high 10 tackles to become the all-time tackle leader in school history as 11th-ranked UNH downed William & Mary, 28-25, at Cowell Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats improved to 8-2 overall and upped their CAA-leading mark to 6-1, while the Tribe fell to 2-7, 1-5. With its 10th straight home victory, New Hampshire snapped a nine-game losing skid against William & Mary and gave head coach Sean McDonnell his first career victory against the College. The eighth victory also likely punched New Hampshire’s ticket to the NCAA Football Championship tournament for a nation-leading ninth consecutive season. Sean Goldrich completed 21 of 30 passes for 215 yards, and R.J. Harris notched a team-leading 10 catches for 77 yards. Harris moved into a tie for fifth place in UNH single-season history with 71 receptions and seventh place in single-season history with 961 receiving yards. Evans, who now has 437 career tackles, surpassed Steve Doig as the University’s all-time tackles leader with just under 3:25 remaining in the third quarter and the game tied at 18-18. The senior co-captain combined with Nick Cefalo (six tackles) to wrap up Keith McBride on an eight-yard rush at UNH’s 38. Five plays later, W&M kicker John Carpenter missed wide left on a 46-yard field-goal attempt, preserving the deadlock. William & Mary third-string quarterback Michael Graham, who replaced injured starter Brent Caprio late in the first half, went 13-for-25 for 167 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Mikal Abdul-Saboor carried 16 times for 87 yards and added four catches for 47 yards to pace the Tribe’s offense. With UNH trailing 7-3, Steriti scored on an 18-yard run with 5:20 remaining in the second quarter to cap a nine-play, 92-yard drive. Andy Vailas connected with Harold Spears on the two-point conversion to stake UNH to its first lead, 11-7. New Hampshire increased the lead to 18-7 with 16 seconds left in the opening half when Goldrich called his own number for a two-yard score. Carpenter’s 23-yard field goal sliced UNH’s lead to 18-10 with 9:20 left in the third, and Tre McBride hauled in a 19-yard pass for his second touchdown catch of the contest with 4:06 left in the period. He was then on the receiving end of Graham’s two-point conversion pass to knot the score, 18-18. Mike MacArthur broke the tie on a 24-yard field goal with 11:22 left in the fourth quarter to give the Wildcats a 21-18 lead. The Tribe answered with a go-ahead, 13-play, 78-yard drive that concluded with Graham’s one-yard keeper on fourth-and-goal for a 25-21 lead with 6:00 to go. Steriti’s second scoring run, a 19-yard rush, proved to be the game-winning score with 4:14 left to conclude a six-play, 84-yard drive and put the ‘Cats on top, 28-25. One play earlier, Goldrich hit Joey Orlando (eight catches-94 yards) on a 32-yard pass –the longest pass of the game- down the left sideline. Keith Parkinson snuffed out the College’s next drive when he recorded his first career interception on Graham’s second-and-5 pass at the Wildcats’ 22 with 1:52 remaining in the contest. The Tribe’s final drive ended on Graham’s Hail Mary incompletion from midfield as time expired. Caprio’s 30-yard TD pass to Tre McBride allowed William & Mary to take a 7-0 lead at 4:12 of the first quarter. MacArthur got UNH on the board with a 23-yard field goal with 13:45 left in the first to make the score 7-3.

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2012 GAME SUMMARIES

Towson 64, UNH 35

Wofford 23, UNH 7

Game Eleven • November 17, 2012 Cowell Stadium • Kingston, R.I.

Game Twelve • December 1, 2012 Gibbs Stadium • Spartanburg, S.C.

TOW (7-4, 6-2) 14 16 13 21 -64 UNH (8-3, 6-2) 14 14 0 7 -35

UNH (8-4, 6-2) 0 0 7 0 -7 WOF (9-3, 6-2) 7 6 10 0 -23

1st 14:44 UNH Vailas 77-yd run (Vailas pass failed) 0-6 8:36 TOW West 4-yd run (Soven kick) 7-6 4:55 TOW Booker 1-yd run (Soven kick) 14-6 0:26 UNH Vailas 9-yd run (Orlando pass from Vailas) 14-14 2nd 11:51 TOW Soven 43-yd field goal 17-14 6:49 TOW Banks 19-yd pass from Enders (Soven kick) 24-14 6:36 TOW Booker 37-yd run (Soven kick failed) 30-14 3:52 UNH Ciccone 18-yd pass from Vailas (Harris pass from Vailas) 30-22 0:00 UNH Thames 65-yd blocked FG return (Vailas pass failed) 30-28 3rd 10:30 TOW Holder 3-yd pass from Enders (Soven kick) 37-28 1:30 TOW Enders 8-yd run (Soven kick blocked) 43-28 4th 8:23 TOW West 5-yd run (Soven kick) 50-28 8:08 TOW Boateng 26-yd fumble recovery (Soven kick) 57-28 5:34 UNH Harris 16-yd pass from Goldrich (MacArthur kick) 57-35 2:54 TOW Enders 19-yd run (Soven kick) 64-35

1st 11:51 WOF Breitenstein 54-yd run (Redfern kick) 2nd 1:13 WOF Breitenstein 6-yd run (Redfern kick missed) 3rd 12:15 UNH Muller 14-yd fumble recovery (MacArthur kick) 9:58 WOF Breitenstein 26-yd run (Redfern kick) 2:57 WOF Redfern 33-yd field goal

0-7 0-13 7-13 7-20 7-23

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RUSHING UNH - Andy Vailas 8-110, 2 TDs PASSING UNH - Sean Goldrich 9-18-1, 108, TD RECEIVING UNH -Joey Orlando 3-47

RUSHING UNH - Nico Steriti 11-51 PASSING UNH - Sean Goldrich 17-29-2, 113 RECEIVING UNH -R.J. Harris 11-78

TEAM STATISTICS

TEAM STATISTICS

TOW UNH First Downs................................... 31 18 Rushes/Yardage............................. 57/415 29/204 Passing Yardage............................ 245 141 Pass Comp.-Att./INT.................... 20-28/0 12-27/1 Total Offense................................. 660 345 Punts/Average............................... 1/30.0 3/33.3 Fumbles/Lost................................ 1/0 3/2 Penalties/Yards.............................. 7/37 2/20

UNH WOF First Downs................................... 17 25 Rushes/Yardage............................. 34/73 71/454 Passing Yardage............................ 165 25 Pass Comp.-Att./INT.................... 21-39/2 4-6/0 Total Offense................................. 238 479 Punts/Average............................... 6/34.3 2/47.0 Fumbles/Lost................................ 5/1 5/3 Penalties/Yards.............................. 4/27 4/31

DURHAM, N.H. – Andy Vailas scored a 77-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage and accounted for three TDs, but No. 19/16 Towson stormed past the No. 7/7 University of New Hampshire football team, 64-35, in Saturday’s CAA regularseason finale at Cowell Stadium. Terrance West rushed 19 times for 236 yards and two touchdowns for Towson (7-4, 6-2 CAA), which claims a share of the CAA championship with UNH (8-3, 6-2), Richmond (8-3, 6-2) and Villanova (8-3, 6-2). Vailas was the Wildcats’ leading rusher with a career-high 110 yards on eight carries, two of which went for TDs, and the signal caller went 3-for-9 through the air for 33 yards and a TD. Vailas scored on a nine-yard rush late in the first quarter and completed an 18yard TD strike to Brian Ciccone with just under four minutes remaining in the second quarter. It was Ciccone’s first career TD reception. Steven Thames (four tackles) scored on a 65-yard blocked field-goal return with no time left in the first half to draw the Wildcats within 30-28 at the intermission, but the Tigers outscored the ‘Cats 34-7 in the second half en route to their fourth consecutive victory. Jared Smith (four tackles) blocked the aforementioned field goal and added a blocked PAT. R.J. Harris (two catches-20 yards, TD) scored UNH’s final TD on a 16-yard reception from Sean Goldrich late in the fourth. Goldrich went 9 of 18 for 108 yards with a touchdown and an interception. West, who set a career high with 261 rushing yards in last year’s game against New Hampshire, scored on a four-yard run in the first quarter that staked Towson to a 7-6 lead and added a five-yard scamper early in the fourth that ballooned the Tigers’ advantage to 50-28. Towson quarterback Grant Enders went 20 of 28 for 245 yards and two TDs, and he added 11 carries for 39 yards and two rushing scores. Dominique Booker rushed 13 times for 89 yards and two touchdowns as Towson racked up 415 rushing yards and 660 total yards of offense. The Tigers held the Wildcats to 141 passing yards and forced three turnovers, highlighted by a 26-yard fumble recovery TD from Brian Boateng that capped a 27-point Tigers’ run for a 57-28 bulge with 8:08 left in the contest. Matt Evans tallied a team-leading 12 tackles for New Hampshire, which saw its 10-game home winning streak snapped. The Wildcats surrendered 64 points at Cowell Stadium for the first time since a 64-42 loss to Massachusetts on Nov. 19, 1988.

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – The 11th-ranked UNH football team forced three turnovers, highlighted by a 14-yard TD on a fumble recovery by Cody Muller, but No. 9 Wofford College defeated the Wildcats, 23-7, in Saturday’s NCAA second-round playoff game at Gibbs Stadium. UNH, the co-CAA Champions, lost in the NCAA second round for the second straight season and dropped its third consecutive postseason contest to finish its season with a record of 8-4. Wofford, the co-Southern Conference champions, improved to 9-3. Junior fullback Eric Breitenstein gashed UNH for 247 rushing yards and all three Wofford touchdowns on 22 carries. The Terriers, who only attempted six passes, accumulated 454 rushing yards on 77 carries. Sean Goldrich went 17 of 29 for 113 yards; the redshirt freshman was intercepted twice, lost a fumble and was sacked four times. Manny Asam racked up a game-high 12 tackles and forced a fumble. Playing in his final collegiate game, Matt Evans totaled 11 tackles and also forced a fumble. Hayden Knudson established a career high with 10 tackles and recovered a fumble. Muller added seven stops, five solo, and Jared Smith capped his UNH career with four tackles and a fumble recovery. Senior co-captain Alan Buzbee collected six tackles, including 1.5 for loss, and forced a fumble. R.J. Harris notched 11 receptions for 78 yards; the All-CAA wide receiver ended his campaign with 84 catches (No. 4 in school single-season history) and 1,059 receiving yards (No. 6 in school single-season history). An early gamble paid huge dividends for Wofford when Breitenstein took a fourth-and-one handoff through the middle of the line and scampered 54 yards for a touchdown at 11:51 of the first quarter for a 7-0 lead. Wofford made it 13-0 on Breitenstein’s six-yard TD rush with 1:13 left in the half. Kasey Redfern’s PAT clanked off the left upright, so the Terriers settled for a 13-0 lead. UNH’s defense produced the first Wildcat points of the game. Buzbee forced a Donovan Johnson fumble that was scooped up by Muller and returned 14 yards for a TD that sliced Wofford’s lead to 13-7 at 12:15 of the third quarter. Breitenstein scored his third touchdown of the contest when he rumbled 26 yards to restore Wofford’s 13-point lead, 20-7, with 9:58 left in the third. The lead increased to 23-7 courtesy of Redfern’s 33-yard field goal at 2:57 of the third quarter. The 454 rushing yards were the most surrendered by a UNH team since allowing 430 yards on the ground in a 49-36 victory against Rhode Island on Oct. 27, 2007. It also marked the second straight game an opponent eclipsed 400 yards rushing (Towson, 415, Nov. 17) and was five yards shy of the most rushing yards ever yielded by a New Hampshire team (459, vs Massachusetts, Nov. 13, 1965).

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Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 17 Dec. 1

6-2 Colonial Athletic Association 4-1 Home 4-3 Away

Opponent

@ Holy Cross @ Minnesota CCSU @ #5 Old Dominion* #8 DELAWARE* @ Georgia State* RICHMOND* @ Maine* @ Rhode Island* WILLIAM & MARY* #19 TOWSON* @ #9 Wofford &

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

38-17 7-44 43-10 61-64 34-14 44-21 44-40 28-21 40-20 28-25 35-64 7-23

Attend

2012 Team Statistics

12,291 47,022 7,784 20,068 7,058 9,531 12,834 4,873 5,127 5,521 5,531 6,346

New Hampshire Opponents 409 Scoring 363 265 First Downs 276 120 First Downs Rushing 114 131 First Downs Passing 147 14 First Downs by Penalty 15 886 Total Offensive Plays 945 5,420 Total Yards Gained 5,249 451.7 Average Yards per Game 437.4 6.1 Average Yards per Play 5.6 476 Plays Rushing 515 2,651 Yards Rushing 2,265 220.9 Yards Rushing per Game 188.8 2,769 Yards Passing 2,984 230.8 Yards Passing per Game 437.4 410 Passes Attempted 430 235 Passes Completed 264 16-129 Interception Returns-Yards 8-23 25-13 Fumbles-Fumbles Lost 24-12 66-535 Penalties-Yards 56-468 87/176 3rd Down Conversions 91/201 49% 3rd Down Conversion Percentage 45% 2/14 4th Down Conversions 21/33 14% 4th Down Conversion Percentage 64% 26:43 Time of Possession Average 34:33

CAPS = Home *-CAA Conference Game &-NCAA D-I Playoff Game

Attendance Summary

Overall Attendance Home (Five Games) Away (Seven Games) Total (12 games)

Total 38,728 105,258 143,986

Average 7,746 15,037 11,999

GAME-BY-GAME COMPARISON New Hampshire Opponents Date Opponent W/L Score Rush Pass Total Rush Pass Total Aug. 30 @ Holy Cross W Sept. 8 @ Minnesota L Sept. 15 CCSU W Sept. 22 @ #5 Old Dominion* L Sept. 29 #8 DELAWARE* W Oct. 6 @ Georgia State* W Oct. 13 RICHMOND* W Oct. 20 @ Maine* W Oct. 27 @ Rhode Island* W Nov. 3 WILLIAM & MARY* W Nov. 17 #19 TOWSON* L Dec. 1 @ #9 Wofford & L

38-17 7-44 43-10 61-64 34-14 44-21 44-40 28-21 40-20 28-25 35-64 7-23

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd New Hampshire Opponents

85 87

145 81

93 72

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279 252 531 68 163 231 331 128 459 389 336 725 157 315 472 332 292 624 263 191 454 146 283 429 202 282 484 207 221 428 204 141 345 73 165 238

OT 0 0

75 271 346 240 172 412 121 113 234 94 730 824 94 140 234 61 243 304 233 311 544 95 254 349 192 266 458 191 214 405 415 245 660 454 25 479

Total 409 363

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RUSHING

G Carries Yards Yds/Game Yds/Car TD Long Nico Steriti 12 140 921 76.8 6.6 9 63 Chris Setian 12 83 490 40.8 5.9 5 44 Andy Vailas 11 101 451 41.0 4.5 6 77 Jimmy Owens 12 60 411 34.2 6.8 4 60 Sean Goldrich 9 48 174 19.3 3.6 2 17 R.J. Harris 12 14 153 12.8 10.9 0 29 Jared Allison 11 6 51 4.6 8.5 1 30 James Brady 3 4 17 5.7 4.2 0 10 Mike Kelly 12 5 16 1.3 3.2 0 7 Jim Earley 1 1 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 Dontra Peters 9 1 -1 -1.0 -1.0 0 -1.0 Mike MacArthur 12 1 -15 -1.2 -15.0 0 0 TEAM 10 12 -17 -1.7 -1.4 0 1 New Hampshire 12 476 2,651 220.9 5.6 27 77 Opponents 12 515 2,568 188.8 4.4 24 75

PASSING

G Comp Att Pct. Total Yards Yds/Att Yds/Comp Yds/Game TD INT Long 11 126 217 58.1 1,558 7.2 12.4 141.6 18 3 73 9 107 180 59.4 1,202 6.8 11.2 133.6 8 5 79 3 2 5 40.0 9 1.8 4.5 3.0 0 0 6 10 0 5 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 12 0 2 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 11 0 1 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 12 235 410 57.3 2,769 6.8 11.8 230.8 26 8 79 12 264 430 61.4 2,984 6.9 11.3 248.7 22 16 77

Andy Vailas Sean Goldrich James Brady TEAM Joey Orlando Jared Allison New Hampshire Opponents

RECEIVING

G Rec. Yards Yds/Rec. Yds/Game Rec/Game TD Long 12 84 1,059 12.6 88.2 7.0 9 73 12 49 586 12.0 48.8 4.1 5 40 12 22 185 8.4 15.4 1.8 4 25 12 21 215 10.2 17.9 1.8 2 34 11 20 305 15.2 27.7 1.8 4 79 8 14 200 14.3 25.0 1.8 0 30 12 14 109 7.8 9.1 1.2 1 28 11 3 50 16.7 4.5 0.3 0 22 12 3 42 14.0 3.5 0.3 1 21 12 3 16 5.3 1.3 0.3 0 10 5 1 3 3.0 0.6 0.2 0 3 9 1 -1 -1.0 -0.1 0.1 0 -1 12 235 2,769 11.8 230.8 19.6 26 79 12 264 2,984 11.3 248.7 22.0 22 77

R.J. Harris Joey Orlando Chris Setian Justin Mello Harold Spears Jimmy Giansante Nico Steriti Jared Allison Brian Ciccone Jimmy Owens Mike DeTroia Sean Goldrich New Hampshire Opponents

FIELD GOALS

Mike MacArthur

PUNTING

Mike MacArthur Brad Prasky New Hampshire Opponents

KICK RETURNS Nico Steriti Jared Allison Dontra Peters R.J. Harris Chris Setian Shane McNeely Tim Farina Brian Ciccone Harold Spears New Hampshire Opponents

1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ TOTAL Pct. Long 0-0 7-7 3-4 1-3 0-0 11-14 78.6 43 Punts Yds Yds/Punt Inside 20/TB FC Blkd Long 47 1,651 35.1 14/1 18 0 71 9 339 37.7 2/0 2 0 59 56 1,990 35.5 16/1 20 0 71 54 2,113 39.1 14/3 15 0 62

No. Yards Yds/Return TD Long 13 188 14.5 0 35 12 284 23.7 0 62 10 268 26.8 0 44 3 57 19.0 0 25 2 27 13.5 0 15 2 22 11.0 0 15 1 11 11.0 0 11 1 8 8.0 0 8 1 7 7.0 0 7 45 872 19.4 0 62 56 1,088 19.4 0 83

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PUNT RETURNS

No. Yards Yds/Return TD Long Joey Orlando 8 50 6.2 0 19 Jared Allison 4 19 4.8 0 9 New Hampshire 12 69 5.8 0 19 Opponents 15 66 4.4 0 19

KICKOFFS

Mike MacArthur Opponents

No. Yards Avg. TB OB 76 4,340 57.1 14 0 67 3,725 55.6 17 1

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2012 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

G TD FGM-FGA PAT Kick PAT Run PAT Rec. PAT Pass Safety DXP Pts Mike MacArthur 12 - 11-14 38-46 - - - - - 71 Nico Steriti 12 10 - - - - - - - 60 R.J. Harris 12 9 - - - 1 - - - 56 Chris Setian 12 9 - - 0-1 1 - - - 56 Andy Vailas 11 6 - - 0-1 - 3-5 - - 36 Joey Orlando 12 5 - - - 1 - - - 32 Harold Spears 11 4 - - - 1 - - - 26 Jimmy Owens 12 4 - - - - - - - 24 Sean Goldrich 9 2 - - 0-1 - 1-1 - - 12 Justin Mello 12 2 - - - - - - - 12 Brian Ciccone 12 1 - - - - - - - 6 Steven Thames 12 1 - - - - - - - 6 Jared Allison 11 1 - - - - - - - 6 Cody Muller 12 1 - - - - - - - 6 New Hampshire 12 55 11-14 38-46 0-3 4 4-6 - - 409 Opponents 12 48 9-18 40-44 - 3 3-4 1 - 363 TFL- Pass Fumble Blkd. DEFENSE G UT AT TT Yards Sacks-Yards Int-Yds Br. Up Rec.-Yds FF Kick Safety Matt Evans 12 87 39 126 9.5-29 3.0-15 - 2 - 1 - Manny Asam 12 57 19 76 5.0-25 1.5-18 1-0 1 1-0 1 - Alan Buzbee 12 46 23 69 3.0-13 - 3-70 5 - 1 - Chris Houston 11 49 10 59 2.0-6 - 2-4 3 - - - Dontra Peters 9 41 8 49 0.5-4 0.5-4 4--5 4 - 1 - Matt Kaplan 12 32 15 47 6.5-26 3.0-17 - - 2-0 - - Nick Cefalo 12 30 14 44 2.0-7 - 2-24 5 - - - Jared Smith 11 26 14 40 10.0-47 4.0-26 - 4 1-0 2 3 Tre Williams 11 23 13 36 - - - 1 - - - Cody Muller 12 26 10 36 5.0-21 4.0-19 - - 2-14 2 - Sean McCann 10 24 9 33 4.0-9 1.0-4 - - - - - Shane McNeely 12 23 10 33 2.5-8 1.0-7 - - 1-0 - - Jay Colbert 12 19 7 26 7.0-19 2.0-6 - - - - - Steven Thames 12 21 3 24 - - 2-34 2 - - - Hayden Knudson 12 16 6 22 0.5-2 - 1-0 1 1-0 - 1 Chris Beranger 4 15 7 22 1.0-1 - - 1 1-0 - - Robbie Zauck 12 11 5 16 5.0-25 2.0-16 - 1 - - - Keith Parkinson 11 13 3 16 - - 1-2 1 - - - Akil Anderson 11 8 6 14 - - - 1 1-0 - - Lamar Edmonds 12 9 3 12 - - - - - 1 1 Randi Vines 10 6 4 10 1.5-3 - - 2 - - - Tim Pike 10 8 1 9 - - - - - - - Chris Setian 12 7 - 7 - - - - - - - Daniel Rowe 11 3 3 6 - - - - - - - Dab Ukwuani 3 2 3 5 0.5-3 0.5-3 - - - - - Danny Riley 3 2 2 4 1.5-5 0.5-3 - - - - - Jullian Turner 10 3 1 4 - - - - - - - Dougie Moss 5 4 - 4 - - - - - - - Rashid Armand 4 2 2 4 - - - - - - - Mike MacArthur 12 1 2 3 - - - - - - - Justin Mello 12 2 1 3 - - - - - - - Steve Collister 12 1 1 2 - - - - - - - Ryan Welch 3 1 1 2 - - - - - - - Joey Orlando 12 2 - 2 - - - - - - - Mike Bradley 5 2 - 2 1.0-5 - - - - - - Jimmy Owens 12 2 - 2 - - - - - - - Jimmy Vailas 7 - 2 2 - - - - 2-0 - - Seamus O’Neill 12 1 - 1 - - - - - - - Chris Zarkoskie 12 1 - 1 - - - - - - - Kalil Bailey 3 1 - 1 - - - - - - - Sean Ryan 11 1 - 1 - - - - - - - Brian Ciccone 12 1 - 1 - - - - - - - Mike Coccia 12 1 - 1 - - - - - - - - New Hampshire 12 631 247 878 68-258 23-138 16-129 34 12-14 9 5 - Opponents 12 534 254 788 61-247 24-149 8-23 42 13-64 13 2 1

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THE COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Now six years under the CAA banner. CAA Football has raised the profile of what was once the Yankee Conference and later the Atlantic 10 Conference when it took the reins of the league in 2007. Over the past six years, the league has established itself as one of the nation’s premier FCS power conferences with regard to on-the-field success, television exposure, marketability and the success of its student-athletes on the field, in the classroom, in the community and at the next level. Although CAA Football was not represented in the FCS National Championship game a season ago for just the second time since 2005, the league continued to enjoy tremendous success over the course of the 2012 season. This past fall was the first in CAA Football’s five-year agreement with the NBC Sports Group, in which six nationally televised tilts aired on the NBC Sports Network as part of the league’s 42 total televised contests. The CAA and CAA Football is the first collegiate athletic conference to sign a broadcast agreement with the NBC Sports Network, which launched on January 2, 2012. CAA Football once again proved its prowess in matchups with nonconference foes, maintaining what has become a long tradition of success against non-league FCS opponents. The 2012 season saw the conference’s 11 member programs combine for an 18-7 (.720) mark in FCS nonconference play. The league’s strong presence in the national polls remained another constant in 2012. The conference completed the season with six teams ranked in both The Sports Network and FCS Coaches polls. The six ranked programs represented an FCS best after as many as seven squads were ranked during the season. CAA Football remains the only league in the nation to have ever had six or more teams ranked in either top 25 poll. The league also leads the nation on another impressive front, as New Hampshire boasts FCS Football’s longest active streak at 126 consecutive weeks ranked in The Sports Network poll. CAA Football had another heavy presence when it came to postseason awards as well, most notably after taking two of The Sports Network’s four national awards at the organization’s annual banquet in December. After the league locked up three of the four awards in 2011, Old Dominion quarterback Taylor Heinicke was named the Walter Payton Player of the Year and Villanova’s John Robertson received the Jerry Rice Freshman of the Year Award. Nova head coach Andy Talley would come up just short of winning his second Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award, finishing as the national runner-up for the honor. The league has also set itself apart at the next level, as evidenced by reigning Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco and his four fellow CAA Football alums turned Baltimore Ravens who can now call themselves 2013 World Champions. This success in the professional ranks was also witnessed when four conference players in William and Mary’s B.W. Webb, James Madison’s Earl Watford, Richmond’s Cooper Taylor and New Hampshire’s Jared Smith were taken in April’s NFL Draft. The four draft selections were the league’s most since 2010. CAA Football’s emphasis on its players’ off-the-field achievements was evident in 2012 as well. This fall, the league proudly introduced its inaugural Chuck Boone Leadership Award – honoring the player who best embodies the highest standards of leadership, integrity, teamwork and sportsmanship in his academic and athletic pursuits – to UNH’s Chris Zarkoskie, who was as active in the classroom and in the community as he was excellent on the field. In addition to his outstanding athletic accomplishments, UR’s Cooper Taylor was selected as CAA Football’s Student-Athlete of the Year after closing out his collegiate career with both Academic All-America and All-District accolades. Following the departures of Georgia State and Old Dominion in the 2012-13 offseason, the league is now proud to welcome a pair of proven programs in UAlbany and Stony Brook to the conference this year. The Great Danes join the league after locking up a share of two straight Northeast Conference titles, while the Seawolves have secured four consecutive Big South Conference titles and two straight trips to the postseason. Both programs also closed out 2012 with a presence in the final national polls, as SBU finished No. 11/12 and UAlbany received votes in both polls. The league has enjoyed a tremendous record in the postseason, earning 83 total postseason berths that includes 38 over the last decade. Playoff appearances aren’t where the success stops, however, which CAA Football’s 53 playoff wins since 2002 certainly prove. The conference has further established its presence at the national level by placing eight teams in the national semifinal round over the last six seasons and advancing a team to the national title game in four of the last six years. Richmond’s 2008 National Championship and Villanova’s 2009 title mark the most recent national crowns for the league. In 2004, James Madison claimed the National Championship title with a 31-21 triumph over Montana, becoming the first team since the field expanded to 16 teams in 1986 to reach the championship game after winning three road playoff contests. 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, and CAA Football has done it twice (2003-04 and 2008-09). Massachusetts earned a National Championship in 1998, defeating perennial power Georgia Southern, 55-43. After Heinicke and Robertson received their respective national honors in December, CAA Football now boasts a total of 25 individual national award winners. In addition to Heinicke, New Hampshire quarterback Ricky Santos (2006), William and 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) have all won the prestigious Walter Payton Award under the league banner. James Madison linebacker Derrick Lloyd (2001) and defensive lineman Arthur Moats (2009) each received the Buck Buchanan Award prior to UNH linebacker Matt Evans’ honor in 2011. CAA Football has swept the Rice Award in both years of its existence after Robertson won it a year ago and Towson running back Terrance West did so in 2011. 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) were Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award winners from the league before Towson head coach Rob Ambrose received the award in 2011. Delaware’s K.C. Keeler (2010), Richmond’s Mike London (2008), Matthews (2004), Massachusetts’ Mark Whipple (1998) and Talley (1997 & 2009) have all garnered the American Football Coaches Association National Coach of the Year honor as well. The league continues to enjoy great success beyond the collegiate playing field, too. CAA Football has had 104 players drafted by NFL franchises dating back to 1948. A total of 28 players have been selected in the draft over the last 10 years, including the league’s second-highest draft pick ever in former Delaware quarterback Joe Flacco (18th overall to the Baltimore Ravens in 2008). There are more than 30 players currently on active NFL rosters as well. With the additions of UAlbany and Stony Brook this year, CAA Football’s geographic footprint has only been further deepened up and down the East Coast, with schools located from Maine to Virginia. This season’s members include UAlbany, Delaware, James Madison, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Richmond, Stony Brook, Towson, Villanova and William and Mary. While CAA Football officially began March 1, 2007, its roots date back more than 60 years. On December 3, 1946, the Code of the Yankee Conference went into effect. Established as an all-sports conference for the New England land grant colleges, the six charter members included Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Upon the formation of Division I-AA football in 1978, the league disbanded all sports except for football. Delaware and Richmond were admitted to the conference in 1986, Villanova was added in 1988 and James Madison, Northeastern and William and Mary joined the league in 1993. The Atlantic 10 assumed operation control of the conference from 1997-2006, with Hofstra becoming part of the league in 2001 and Towson joining the group in 2004.

All-Time CAA Champions

2012- UNH, Richmond, Towson, Villanova 2011- Towson 2010- Delaware, William & Mary 2009- Villanova 2008- James Madison 2007- Massachusetts, Richmond 2006- Massachusetts 2005- UNH, Richmond 2004- William & Mary, Delaware, JMU 2003- Delaware, Massachusetts 2002- Maine, Northeastern 2001- Hofstra, Maine, Villanova, W&M 2000 - Delaware, Richmond 1999 - James Madison, Massachusetts 1998 - Richmond 1997 - Villanova 1996 - William & Mary 1995 - Delaware 1994 - UNH 1993 - Boston University 1992 - Delaware 1991 - UNH, Delaware, Villanova 1990 - UMass 1989 - Connecticut, Maine,Villanova 1988 - Delaware, Massachusetts 1987 - Maine, Richmond 1986 - Connecticut, Delaware, UMass 1985 - Rhode Island 1984 - Boston University, Rhode Island 1983 - Boston University, Connecticut 1982 - Boston University, UConn, Maine, UMass 1981 - Massachusetts, Rhode Island 1980 - Boston University

2012 Conference Final Standings

School @Old Dominion *UNH *Richmond *Villanova *Towson James Madison Maine Delaware William & Mary Rhode Island @%Georgia State

Conference Overall 7-1 11-2 6-2 8-4 6-2 8-3 6-2 8-4 6-2 7-4 5-3 7-4 4-4 5-6 2-6 5-6 1-7 2-9 0-8 0-11 0-0 1-10

*CAA Football co-Champion @ team was ineligible for conference championship % team was not eligible for postseason play

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1979 - Massachusetts 1978 - Massachusetts 1977 - Massachusetts 1976 - UNH 1975 - UNH 1974 - Maine 1973 - Connecticut 1972 - Massachusetts 1971 - Connecticut, Massachusetts 1970 - Connecticut 1969 - Massachusetts 1968 - UNH, Connecticut 1967 - Massachusetts 1966 - Massachusetts 1965 - Maine 1964 - Massachusetts 1963 - Massachusetts 1962 - UNH 1961- Massachusetts 1960 - Connecticut 1959 - Connecticut 1958 - Connecticut 1957 - Connecticut, Rhode Island 1956 - Connecticut 1955 - Rhode Island 1954 - UNH 1953 - UNH, Rhode Island 1952 -UConn, Rhode Island, Maine 1951 - Maine 1950 - UNH 1949 - Connecticut, Maine 1948 - UNH 1947 - UNH

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2013 CAA COMPOSITE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Thursday, August 29 Jacksonville at Delaware Rhode Island at Fordham Towson at Connecticut

Saturday, September 21 Maine at Northwestern Towson at N.C. Central Wagner at Delaware *Rhode Island at W&M CCSU at Albany *Stony Brook at Villanova Liberty at Richmond

Saturday, August 31 CCSU at James Madison VMI at Richmond Maine at Norfolk State Villanova at Boston College Albany at Duquesne W&M at West Virginia

Saturday, October 19 *Villanova at UNH *Towson at Albany *Richmond at Rhode Island *William & Mary at Maine Saturday, October 26 *UNH at Stony Brook *James Madison at W&M *Towson at Richmond *Delaware at Rhode Island *Maine at Villanova

Saturday, September 28 UNH at Lehigh Albany at Old Dominion *James Madison at Delaware Penn at Villanova CCSU at Rhode Island *Maine at Richmond *Towson at Stony Brook

Saturday, September 7 UNH at Central Michigan Delaware State at Delaware Albany at Colgate Hampton at William & Mary *Stony Brook at URI Richmond at N.C. State James Madison at Akron Maine at Massachusetts Towson at Holy Cross Villanova at Fordham

Saturday, October 5 *UNH at Towson *Albany at James Madison *Delaware at Maine *W&M at Villanova Rhode Island at Brown Bryant at Stony Brook

Saturday, September 14 Colgate at UNH *Rhode Island at Albany Richmond at Gardner-Webb Stony Brook at Buffalo Bryant at Maine Delaware at Navy Delaware State at Towson William & Mary at Lafayette

Saturday, November 23 *Maine at UNH *James Madison at Towson *Delaware at Villanova *William & Mary at Richmond *Albany at Stony Brook

Saturday, October 12 *Rhode Island at UNH *Albany at Delaware Stony Brook at Cogate Penn at William & Mary *Richmond at James Madison *Villanova at Towson

Saturday, November 30 NCAA FCS Playoffs - First Round Saturday, December 7 NCAA FCS Playoffs - Second Round

Saturday, November 2 *UNH at William & Mary *Delaware at Towson *Villanova at James Madison Rhode Island at Old Dominion *Stony Brook at Maine *Albany at Richmond

Friday, December 13 -orSaturday, December 14 NCAA FCS Playoffs - Quarterfinals

Saturday, November 9 *James Madison at UNH *Villanova at Rhode Island *Maine at Albany *William & Mary at Delaware *Richmond at Stony Brook

Saturday, January 4 NCAA FCS Championship Game FC Dallas Stadium - Frisco, Texas

Friday, December 20 -orSaturday, December 21 NCAA FCS Playoffs - Semifinals

* = CAA conference game

Saturday, November 16 *UNH at Albany *Stony Brook at JMU *Rhode Island at Maine *Richmond at Delaware *Towson at William & Mary

2012 CAA All-Conference Teams First-Team Offense QB Taylor Heinicke RB Kevin Monangai RB Terrance West FB Kendall Gaskins WR R.J. Harris WR Ben Edwards WR Nick Mayers TE Justin Perillo OL Seamus O’Neill OL Randall Harris OL Chris Howley OL Eric Pike OL Earl Watford PK Jarod Brown KR Albert Wilson PR Ryan Smith

ODU Villanova Towson Richmond UNH Richmond ODU Maine UNH Towson Maine Towson JMU ODU GSU JMU

So. So. So. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

First-Team Defense DL Jared Smith UNH DL Frank Beltre Towson DL Chris Burnette ODU DL Rakim Cox Villanova DL Antoine Lewis Villanova LB Matt Evans UNH LB Donte Dennis Maine LB Stephon Robertson JMU LB Paul Worrilow Delaware CB Eric Loper Villanova CB B.W. Webb W&M S Jordan Dangerfield Towson S Dean Marlowe JMU S Cooper Taylor Richmond P Jonathan Plisco ODU

Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr.

Second-Team Offense QB Grant Enders RB Nico Steriti RB Dae’Quan Scott HB Brian Barlow WR Tre McBride WR Antonio Vaughan WR Nihja White TE Kevin Finney OL David Born OL Josh Bucci OL Bobby Kennedy OL Mike Salazar OL Doug Shaw OL Josh Spearin PK Cameron Starke KR Justin Grant PR B.W. Webb

Towson UNH JMU JMU W&M ODU Delaware Richmond ODU Villanova Delaware W&M Towson Maine JMU Richmond W&M

Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr.

Second-Team Defense DL Marlon Johnson DL Evan Kelly DL Zach Kerr DL Romale Tucker LB Devon Bridges LB Monte Gaddis LB Darius McMillan LB Jabrel Mines LB Craig Wilkins CB Dontra Peters CB Darlos James CB Jordan Love S Manny Asam S Brian Thompson P Matt Hubbard

2012 CAA Award Winners

Villanova Richmond Delaware Towson Villanova Towson Richmond W&M ODU UNH Maine Towson UNH W&M GSU

Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So.

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR -- Taylor Heinicke, ODU, So., QB DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR -- Stephon Robertson, JMU, Jr., LB SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR -- B.W. Webb, W&M, Sr., PR OFFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR -- John Robertson, Villanova, R-Fr., QB DEFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR -- Jeff Williams, Delaware, R-Fr., LB COACH OF THE YEAR -- Andy Talley, Villanova, 28 seasons

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Third-Team Offense QB John Robertson Villanova Fr. RB Andrew Pierce Delaware Jr. RB Donald Russell GSU Sr. WR Stephen Barnette Richmond So. WR Brandon Johnson-Farrell URI Sr. WR Tom Ryan Towson Sr. WR Norman White Villanova Sr. WR Albert Wilson GSU Jr. TE Harold Spears UNH So. OL Mike Coccia UNH So. OL Chris Zarkoskie UNH Sr. OL Brandon Heath Delaware Jr. OL Vince Kowalski Villanova So. OL Jack Lowney ODU Jr. OL Nick Ritcher Richmond So. PK Mike MacArthur UNH Jr. KR Derrick Joseph Towson So. PR Poppy Livers Villanova So. Third-Team Defense DL D. Guinn-Bailey DL Matt Morgan DL Tyler Snow DL Nick Zaremba LB Andrew Bose LB Luke Rhodes LB Jeff Williams LB Eric Wright CB Jamaal Bess CB Darryl Hamilton CB Tye Smith S Jerome Couplin S Jakarie Jackson S Joe Sarnese P Drake Kuhn P David Skahn

ODU Towson JMU W&M URI W&M Delaware Richmond URI Richmond Towson W&M JMU Villanova W&M JMU

So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr.

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UNH FOOTBALL HISTORY

David Gamble

Dan Kreider

Barry Bourassa

Andre Garron Jerry Azumah

Dwayne Sabb

Mike Foley

Bob Jean

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

THE RECORD BOOK

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Scoring:

Rushing:

Most Points Game: 37 Cy Wentworth vs. Lowell Tech (Nov. 3, 1923) Season: 146 David Ball, 2005 Career: 424 Jerry Azumah, 1995-98

Most Yards Rushing Game: 329 Jerry Azumah vs. Hofstra (Nov. 7, 1998) Season: 2,195 Jerry Azumah, 1998 Career: 6,193 Jerry Azumah, 1995-98 Most Carries Game: 53 Jerry Azumah vs. Connecticut (Oct. 3, 1998) Season: 343 Jerry Azumah, 1998 Career: 1,045 Jerry Azumah, 1995-98

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, 2004-07

Best Average per Carry Season: 9.1

Most Field Goals Game: 5 Season: 18 Career: 40

Tom Bishop at Southern Illinois (Nov. 29, 2008) Tom Manning, 2009 Connor McCormick, 2002-05

Best Field Goal Percentage Season: 80.0 Career: 68.0

Eric Facey, 1986 (12 of 15) Connor McCormick, 2002-05

Longest Field Goal Made 54

Tom Manning vs. Hofstra (Oct. 24, 2009)

Marcel Couture, 1954

Longest Rush from Scrimmage 97 Barry Bourassa vs. Boston University (Nov. 2, 1991) Rushing Touchdowns 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

Most Consecutive Field Goals 10 Tom Manning (Sept. 26-Oct. 31, 2009)

Passing:

Most Pass Attempts Game: 65 Season: 447 Career: 1,498

Ryan Day at Delaware (Nov. 4, 2000) Bob Jean, 1988 Ricky Santos, 2004-07

Most Pass Completions Game: 37 Season: 301 Career: 1,024

Ricky Santos at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) Ricky Santos, 2005 Ricky Santos 2004-07

Most Passing Yards Game: 538 Season: 3,797 Career: 12,189 Touchdown Passes Game: 6 Season: 39 Career: 116 Best Completion Percent Game 96.2 Season: 73.1 Career: 68.3 Longest Pass Completion 90 Fewest Interceptions Season: 1

Ricky Santos at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) Ricky Santos, 2005 Ricky Santos, 2004-07 Ricky Santos at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) Ricky Santos, 2005 Ricky Santos, 2004-07 Ricky Santos vs. Northeastern (Oct. 22, 2005) Ricky Santos, 2007 Ricky Santos, 2004-07

Most Extra Points Game: 9 Season: 67 Career: 176

Lance Hjelte vs. Maine (Sept. 25, 1993) Connor McCormick, 2005 Connor McCormick, 2002-05

Best Extra Point Percent Season: 100.0 Jon Curry, 1997 (27 of 27) Eric Facey, 1987 (32 of 32) Kurt Vollherbst, 1966 Bob Towse, 1960 Career: 96.2 Eric Facey, 1984-87 (101 of 105) Most Consecutive Extra Points 56 Eric Facey (Sept. 27, 1986-Nov. 21, 1987)

Total Offense:

Most Total Offense Game: 544 Season: 4,302 Career: 13,566

Ricky Santos at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) (538 passing, 6 rushing) Ricky Santos, 2005 (3,797 passing, 505 rushing) Ricky Santos, 2004-07 (12,189 passing, 1,377 rushing)

Tim Cramsey to Jermaine Washington (vs. William & Mary, Oct. 24, 1998) Jeff Allen, 1975

Receiving:

Most Receptions Game: 15 Season: 93 Career: 304

David Ball vs. Massachusetts (Oct. 16, 2004) David Ball, 2006 David Ball, 2003-06

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

David Ball at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) David Ball, 2005 David Ball, 2003-06

Most Touchdown Receptions 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, 2003-06

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

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

THE RECORD BOOK

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

All-Purpose Yardage:

Interceptions:

Most All-Purpose Yards

Most Interceptions Game: 3 Season: 11 Career: 20

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)

Longest Interception Return 104 Carmen Ragonese vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 5, 1946) Most Recent 100 yd return-- John Clements at Northern Iowa (Dec. 6, 2008)

Punting:

Most Punts Game: Season: Career:

17 76 176

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

TEAM RECORDS

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

Rushing:

Most Yards Rushing Game: 590 vs. East Stroudsburg (Sept. 19, 1998) Season: 3,302 (1998)

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

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

Best Punting Average Game: 55.7 Tom Bishop vs. Maine (November 17, 2007) Season: 41.3 Tom Bishop, 2008 Career: 39.9 Josh Polgar 2001-04 Longest Punt

85

Passing:

Most Yards Passing Game: 598 at Villanova (Oct. 2, 2004) Season: 3,651 (2004) Most Passing Yards Allowed Game: 730 at Old Dominion (Sept. 22, 2012) Season: 3,293 (2004)

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

Kickoff Returns:

Most Passes Attempted Game: 66 Season: 473

Most Kickoff Returns Game: 7 Season: 31 Career: 82

Dontra Peters at Lehigh (Sept. 10, 2011) Corey Graham, 2005 Dontra Peters, 2011 Chad Kackert, 2006-09

Most Yards Returning Game: 203 Season: 778 Career: 1,900

Corey Graham at Delaware (Sept. 30, 2006) Corey Graham, 2005 Chad Kackert, 2006-09

Longest Kickoff Return 100 Andre Garron at Bucknell (Oct. 8, 1983) Dan Losano vs. Dartmouth (Sept. 29, 1973) R.J. Harvey vs. Maine (Nov. 17, 2001)

Most Completions Game: 41 Season: 310

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

Most Opponent Completions Game: 55 Season: 382

at Old Dominion (Sept. 22, 2012) (2004)

Most Touchdown Passes Game: 6 Season: 37

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

Most Opponent Touchdown Passes Game: 5 at Old Dominion (Sept. 22, 2012) 5 vs. Maine (Nov. 19, 2005) 5 vs. Boston University (Nov. 19, 1994)

Punt Returns:

Scoring:

Most Punt Returns Game: 7 Eric Thompson vs. Lafayette (Sept. 14, 1985) Season: 48 Stan Harrison, 1986 Career: 96 Dave Wissman, 1981-83 Most Yards Returning Game: 111 Barry Bourassa vs. Dartmouth (Sept. 29, 1990) Season: 411 Mike Boyle (2005) Career: 804 Dave Wissman, 1981-83 Bill Estey, 1967 (11-326)

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

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

Most Opponent Passes Attempted Game: 79 at Old Dominion (Sept. 22, 2012) Season: 515 (2005)

Best Average per Return Season: 30.7 Dave Loehle, 1978 (15-460, NCAA I-AA leader)

Best Average per Return Season: 29.6

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) Fritz Rosinski, 1937 Bill Pappas, 1952-54

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

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 Quarter: 33 Game: 83 Season: 392

vs. Massachusetts (Nov. 19, 1988; 3rd quarter, L 64-42) at Tufts (Sept. 28, 1914; L 83-0) (2001)

Greatest Margin of Victory 66

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

Greatest Margin of Defeat 83

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

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Total Offense:

Most Total Offense Game: 784 at Towson (Sept. 17, 2005; W 62-21) Season: 7,460 (2004) Most Total Offense Allowed Game: 824 at Old Dominion (Sept. 22, 2012; L 64-61) Season: 6,977 (2004) Most First Downs Game: 35 Season: 459

at Old Dominion (Sept. 22, 2012; L 64-61) (2006)

Most First Downs Allowed Game: 39 Season: 312

at Old Dominion (Sept. 22, 2012; L 64-61) (2006)

Turnovers:

Most Interceptions Game: 7 Season: 29

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

Most Opponent Interceptions Game: 7 Season: 24

vs. Springfield (Nov. 10, 1973; L 51-0) (1973)

Most Fumbles Game: 12 Season: 29

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

Most Opponent Fumbles Game: 9

vs. Massachusetts (Nov. 18, 1967; L 14-13) vs. Maine (Oct. 9, 1976; L 14-13)

Most Fumbles Recovered Game: 6 Season: 31

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

Penalties:

Most Penalties Season: 113

(1990)

Most Yards Penalized: Season: 1,011 (1990)

Streaks:

Most Consecutive Victories Overall: 9

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

Regular Season Games Only: 12 Home Games: 12

Oct. 16, 1976 (at Central Conn. State, W 34-21) to Oct. 22, 1977 (vs. Northeastern, W 28-13) Oct. 25, 2008 (vs Towson, W 42-14) to Oct. 9, 2010 (vs Richmond, W 17-0)

Most Consecutive Defeats Overall: 11

Nov. 14, 1964 (at Massachusetts, L 14-7) to Oct. 1, 1966 (vs. Rhode Island, L 17-6)

Consecutive Postseason Appearances: 9

(2004-present)

Consectutive Polls Ranked: 126

(Sept. 13, 2004-present)

Attendance: Largest Home:

20,000

Nov. 12, 1977 (vs Massachusetts, L 19-6)

Largest Road:

50,120

Sept. 11, 2010 (at Pittsburgh, L 38-16)

Neutral: 32,848 Oct. 23, 2010 (vs Massachusetts, W 39-13) -At Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Mass.-

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SEASON

WILDCAT BEST EFFORTS CAREER

Rushing Yards 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)

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

Carries 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)

343 281 272 271 259 253 249 245 242 231

Receiving Yards 1. David Ball (2005) 2. David Ball (2004) 3. David Gamble (1993) 4. Mike Boyle (2008) 5. David Ball (2006) 6. R.J. Harris (2012) 7. Curtis Olds (1988) 8. Curtis Olds (1986) 9. John Perry (1991) 10. Keith LeVan (2007) Receptions 1. David Ball (2006) 2. David Ball (2005) 3. David Ball (2004) 4. R.J. Harris (2012) 5. Terrance Fox (2010) 6. Jermaine Washington (1999) Keith LeVan (2007) 8. Keith LeVan (2006) 9. Curtis Olds (1988) 10. David Gamble (1993) Mike Boyle (2008)

1,551 1,504 1,138 1,116 1,114 1,059 1,034 944 918 843 93 87 86 84 80 71 71 70 69 67 67

Tackles (since 1981) 1. Steve Doig (1981) 2. Matt Evans (2011) 3. Matt Evans (2010) 4. Chris Beranger (2011) 5. Chris Robinson (2003) 6. Aaron Thomas (2004) Husain Karim (2007) Jeff Pammer (2007) 9. Brett Bashaw (2000) 10. Matt Evans (2012)

195 165 156 142 136 130 130 130 127 126

Pass Attempts 1. Bob Jean (1988) 2. Ricky Santos (2006) 3. Ricky Santos (2005) 4. Ricky Santos (2004) 5. Mike Granieri (2003) 6. Kevin Decker (2011) 7. Ryan Day (2001) 8. Bob Jean (1986) 9. R.J. Toman (2010) 10. Ryan Day (1999)

447 432 429 425 387 380 379 375 368 364

Passing Yards 1. Ricky Santos (2005) 2. Ricky Santos (2004) 3. Kevin Decker (2011) 4. Ricky Santos (2006) 5. R.J. Toman (2008) 6. Bob Jean (1988) 7. Ricky Santos (2007) 8. Matt Griffin (1991) 9. Ryan Day (2001) 10. Mike Granieri (2003)

3,797 3,318 3,272 3,125 3,110 3,035 2,972 2,734 2,605 2,595

Completions 1. Ricky Santos (2005) 2. Ricky Santos (2006) 3. Ricky Santos (2004) 4. Kevin Decker (2011) 5. Ricky Santos (2007) 6. Bob Jean (1988) 7. Mike Granieri (2003) 8. Ryan Day (2001) 9. R.J. Toman (2008) 10. R.J. Toman (2010)

301 293 272 262 256 246 237 233 231 228

Rushing Yards 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. Chad Kackert (2006-09) 8. Avrom Smith (1991-94) 9. Jim Quinn (1979-82) 10. Curt Collins (1980-82) Carries 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. Chad Kackert (2006-09) 10. Jim Quinn (1979-82) Receiving Yards 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. Joey Orlando (2009-12) 9. Scott Sicko (2006-09) 10. Calvin Jones (1993-96)

6,193 3,773 3,679 3,538 3,015 2,901 2,587 2,237 1,947 1,927 1,045 814 779 732 613 546 472 471 462 398 4,655 3,072 3,028 2,873 2,612 2,317 2,234 2,131 2,023 1,913

Receptions 1. David Ball (2003-06) 2. Keith LeVan (2004-07) 3. Curtis Olds (1985-88) 4. John Perry (1989-92) 5. David Gamble (1990-93) 6. Joey Orlando (2009-12) 7. Stephan Lewis (1999-2002) 8. Scott Sicko (2006-09) 9. Calvin Jones (1993-96) 10. Chris Braune (1986-89)

304 201 193 191 182 168 164 160 158 155

Tackles (since 1981) 1. Matt Evans (2009-12) 2. Steve Doig (1978-81) 3. Jeff Pammer (2004-07) 4. Matt Parent (2005-08) 5. Aaron Thomas (2000-04) 6. Hugo Souza (2007-10) 7. Chris McGrath (1987-91) 8. John Clements (2005-08) 9. Romande Carter (1993-96) Brett Bashaw (1996-2000)

460 434 359 356 343 331 322 300 297 297

Pass Attempts 1. Ricky Santos (2004-07) 2. Bob Jean (1985-88) 3. Ryan Day (1997-2001) 4. R.J. Toman (2007-10) 5. Mike Granieri (2000-04) 6. Matt Griffin (1987-91) 7. Jim Stayer (1992- 94) 8. Chris Bresnahan (1995-96) 9. Jeff Allen (1974-77) 10. Kevin Decker (2008-11)

1,498 1,126 1,089 1,077 764 734 710 599 563 514

Passing Yards 1. Ricky Santos (2004-07) 2. R.J. Toman (2007-10) 3. Bob Jean (1985-88) 4. Ryan Day (1997-2001) 5. Matt Griffin (1987-91) 6. Jim Stayer (1992-94) 7. Mike Granieri (2000-04) 8. Jeff Allen (1974-77) 9. Kevin Decker (2008-11) 10. Chris Bresnahan (1995-96)

12,189 8,015 7,742 7,670 5,425 5,349 4,775 4,184 4,151 4,085

Completions 1. Ricky Santos (2004-07) 2. R.J. Toman (2007-10) 3. Ryan Day (1997-2001) 4. Bob Jean (1985-88) 5. Mike Granieri (2000-04) 6. Jim Stayer (1992-95) 7. Matt Griffin (1987-91) 8. Chris Bresnahan (1995-96) 9. Kevin Decker (2008-11) 10. Jeff Allen (1974-77)

1,024 658 653 567 564 419 392 349 346 280

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

Last UNH Last Op Opponent W-L-T Win Win Albany 1-0-0 2008 --American International 3-1-0 1983 1961 Appalachian State 0-1-0 --- 1994 Army 2-1-0 2008 1922 Ball St. 1-0-0 2009 --Bates 11-14-4 1940 1941 Bethune-Cookman 1-0-0 2010 --Boston College 5-6-1 1911 1936 Boston University 22-12-4 1997 1993 Bowdoin 1-12-0 1907 1927 Brandeis 4-2-1 1958 1957 Bridgeport 2-0-0 1955 --Brown 1-14-0 1930 1931 Bucknell 4-0-0 1985 --Cal Davis 1-0-0 2005 --Central Connecticut St. 7-0-0 2012 --Central Michigan 0-1-0 --- 2003 Champlain 1-0-0 1950 --Colby College 11-14-3 1967 1966 Colgate 4-1-0 2005 1986 Connecticut 36-29-6 1999 1995 Cornell 0-1-0 --- 1922 Dartmouth 18-17-2 2009 1976 Delaware 11-20-0 2012 2010 East Stroudsburg 1-0-0 1998 --Gardner-Webb 0-1-0 --- 2000 Georgia Southern 1-0-0 2004 --Georgia State 1-0-0 2012 --Hampton 3-0-0 2006 --Harvard 0-7-0 --- 1939 Hofstra 8-5-0 2009 2002 Holy Cross 7-6-0 2012 1982 Iona 2-0-0 2007 --James Madison 7-7-0 2011 2007 Kent State 3-1-0 1952 2002 Kings Point 1-0-0 1961 --Lafayette 5-1-0 1987 1985 Lehigh 11-2-0 2011 1982 Maine 49-43-8 2012 2010

Last UNH Last Op Opponent W-L-T Win Win Marshall 1-1-0 2007 1991 Massachusetts 28-43-3 2011 2009 UMass-Lowell 15-1-0 1941 1938 McNeese St. 1-0-0 2009 --M.I.T. 0-2-0 --- 1899 Middlebury 1-2-1 1905 1923 Minnesota 0-1-0 --- 2012 Montana 0-1-0 --- 2004 Montana State 0-2-0 --- 2011 Northeastern 41-14-1 2009 2007 Northern Iowa 0-3-0 --- 2008 Northwestern 1-0-0 2006 --Norwich 7-2-2 1942 1941 Pittsburgh 0-1-0 --- 2010 Rhode Island 54-27-5 2012 2010 Richmond 11-10-0 2012 2007 Rutgers 1-1-0 2004 1939 Samford 0-1-0 --- 1991 South Florida 1-0-0 1999 --Southern Illinois 1-0 2008 --Springfield 28-16-7 1978 1979 St. Anselm 2-5-0 1934 1940 St. Francis (Pa.) 1-0-0 2009 --St. Lawrence 2-0-0 1953 --Stephen F. Austin 1-1-0 1999 1997 Stony Brook 1-0-0 2006 --Toledo 0-4-0 --- 2011 Towson 7-2-0 2010 2012 Tufts 19-11-2 1951 1934 Upsala 2-0-0 1953 --Vermont 20-21-1 1974 1972 Villanova 11-11-0 2011 2009 Wayne State 1-1-0 1979 1980 West Chester 4-0-0 1978 --Western Kentucky 0-1-0 --- 1975 William & Mary 3-13-0 2012 2011 Worcester Tech 7-1-0 1919 1903 Wofford 0-1-0 --- 2012 Yale 0-1-0 --- 1935 ALL-TIME RECORD 538-444-55 (.519)

In the 100th all-time meeting with Maine, the Wildcats knocked off the Black Bears, 28-21, on Oct. 20, 2012, to maintain possession of the cherished Brice-Cowell Musket. It was UNH’s ninth win in the rivals’ last 10 head-to-head meetings.

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• - League game + - at Dover, N.H. # - at Manchester, N.H. % - at Portland, Maine 1893 (0-1) No Coach N4 at Newmarket.................................L 10-0 1894 (2-3) No Coach 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 S23 at Exeter Academy.........................L 21-0 S26 at Maine.........................................L 18-0 O3 at Bowdoin.....................................L 18-0 O10 at Andover Academy......................L 27-0 O17 at Dover Athletic Assoc..................W 6-0 O24 Maine+...........................................L 27-0 O31 Bates+..............................................T 6-6 N7 Worcester Tech+............................L 15-0 N14 Tufts+..............................................W 6-0 1904 (2-5) Coach: G.B. Ward 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

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1905 (2-4-2) Coach: Edward R. Herr 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 S21 Norwich............................................T 0-0 O5 at Bates.........................................L 19-14 O12 at Tufts...........................................L 22-0 O19 Worcester Tech................................W 7-6 O26 Lowell Textile...............................W 19-0 N2 at Rhode Island..............................L 25-0 N9 Massachusetts#..............................L 21-3 USS Washington.............................W 6-0 1913 (2-4) Coach: Tod Eberle 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 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 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

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1916 (3-5-2) Coach: William Cowell 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 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 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 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 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 N19 Holy Cross#..................................W 13-7 N25 at Springfield....................................T 0-0 1922 (3-5-1) Coach: William Cowell 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 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 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 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 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 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 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. Champions) Coach: William Cowell 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 O4 at Boston University....................T 12-12 O11 at Lowell Tech...............................W 20-0 O18 Maine............................................W 14-6 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. Champions) Coach: William Cowell 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 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 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 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’s.............................W 21-14 * - at Riverside, Mass. 1935 (2-5-1) Coach: William Cowell 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 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’s....................................L 31-2 N7 at Tufts.............................................T 0-0 N14 Springfield........................................T 0-0

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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’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’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’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

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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 Champions) 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 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 Yukica 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

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 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 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 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 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 Int’l College....................L 6-0 S30 at Dartmouth..................................L 28-3

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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 N1 at Rhode Island •...........................W 23-6 N8 at Springfield................................L 17-12 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 at 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

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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 N11 N18

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS at Villanova •...............................W 13-12 Rhode Island •...............................W 25-0 at Massachusetts •........................L 34-28

N8 N15 N22

at Villanova..................................L 20-23 Boston University •.......................W 38-0 at Connecticut •...........................W 21-18

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

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 O3 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

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 Playoffs

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

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 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

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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 •................................L 49-42 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 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 Champions) 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 N19 N26 D 3

Iona College..................................W 56-0 Maine •........................................W 59-47 Colgate (NCAA).........................W 55-21 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 2009 (10-3, 6-2 CAA) Coach: Sean McDonnell S5 St. Francis...................................W 24-14 S12 at Ball State.................................W 23-16 S26 Dartmouth...................................W 44-14 O3 at Towson •....................................W 57-7 O10 Villanova •...................................W 28-24 O17 at Massachusetts •........................L 23-17 O24 at Hofstra •..................................W 18-10 O31 Northeastern •.............................W 48-21 N7 Rhode Island •.............................W 55-42 N14 at William & Mary •.....................L 20-17 N21 Maine •........................................W 27-24 N28 at McNeese State (NCAAs)........W 49-13 D5 at Villanova (NCAAs)....................L 46-7 2010 (8-5, 5-3 CAA) Coach: Sean McDonnell S4 Central Connecticut State............W, 33-3 S11 at Pittsburgh................................L, 38-16 S18 at Rhode Island •.........................L, 25-28 S25 Lehigh........................................W, 31-10 O2 at Maine •...........................L, 16-13 (OT) O9 Richmond •..................................W, 17-0 O16 at James Madison •....................W, 28-14 O23 Massachusetts &• ......................W, 39-13 N6 William & Mary •.........................L, 13-3 N13 at Villanova •..............................W, 31-24 N20 Towson •....................................W, 38-19 D4 at Bethune-Cookman (NCAAs).W, 45-20 D10 at Delaware (NCAAs)...................L, 16-3 & -Colonial Clash at Gillette Stadium 2011 (8-4, 6-2 CAA) Coach: Sean McDonnell S1 at Toledo......................................L, 58-22 S10 at Lehigh...........................W, 48-41 (OT) S24 at Richmond •.............................W, 45-43 O1 Holy Cross.................................W, 39-32 O8 Villanova •..................................W, 47-17 O15 at William & Mary •....................L, 24-10 O22 Massachusetts &•.......................W, 27-21 O29 Rhode Island •............................W, 31-24 N5 James Madison •........................W, 28-10 N12 at Towson •..................................L, 56-42 N19 Maine •.......................................W, 30-27 D3 at Montana State (NCAAs).........L, 26-25 & -Colonial Clash at Gillette Stadium 2012 (8-4, 6-2 CAA Champions) Coach: Sean McDonnell A30 at Holy Cross.............................W, 38-17 S8 at Minnesota..................................L, 7-44 S15 Central Connecticut State..........W, 43-10 S22 at Old Dominion •.......................L, 61-64 S29 Delaware •..................................W, 34-14 O6 at Georgia State •.......................W, 44-21 O13 Richmond •................................W, 44-40 O20 at Maine •...................................W, 28-21 O27 at Rhode Island •........................W, 40-20 N3 William & Mary •......................W, 28-25 N17 Towson •.....................................L, 35-64 D1 at Wofford (NCAAs).....................L, 7-23

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CONFERENCE AWARDS CAA/Atlantic 10/Yankee Coach of the Year Bill Bowes Sean McDonnell

1989, 1994 2004

Offensive Player of the Year Barry Bourassa RB Jerry Azumah TB Jerry Azumah TB Ricky Santos QB Ricky Santos QB Ricky Santos QB Kevin Decker QB

1991 1996 1998 2005 2006 2007 2011

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

1981 1984 1985 1987

Rookie of the Year Curt Collins Ricky Santos Brian McNally

1980 2004 2008

RB QB DE

Chuck Boone Leadership Award Chris Zarkoskie OL All-Conference First Team Geoff Aleva DT Jeff Allen QB Alton Amidon T Warren Armes LB Paul Ashnault G Jerry Azumah TB David Ball WR Jason Ball C Brett Bashaw LB Brett Bernier DE Ed Booker LB Paul Boulay DT Barry Bourassa RB Mike Boyle WR Norman Breault WR Jim Bumpus OG Bill Burnham RB John Burnham T Romande Carter LB Tony Ciccone OG Jim Concannon DB Nick Couturier OC Edward Cramer G Matt Crispino DL Paul D’Allesandro G Kevin Decker QB Bill Dedrick DE Richard Dewing RB Steve Doig LB Greg Donahue LB Ed Douglas G Pat Downey C Dan Drewniak C John Driscoll OT Paul Dufault C Dick Duffy DB Earl Eddy T Phil Estes OG Bill Estey RB Mark Etro S Richard Eustis E

WILDCAT HONOR ROLL

2012 1990, 1991 1976, 1977 1956 1994 1953, 1954 1996, 1997, 1998 2004, 2005, 2006 2001 2000 1971 1972 1986, 1987 1990, 1991 2008 1970 1985 1975, 1976, 1977 1957 1996 1985 1993, 1994 2007 1961 1998 1961 2011 1977 1952 1981 1979 1951 1997 1969 1987 1985 1977 1951 1979 1966, 1967 1975, 1977 1960

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Matt Evans Eric Facey John Flanagan Joe Fleming Mike Foley Norm Ford Terrance Fox Francis Frasier David Gamble Andre Garron Arnold Garron Dave Giguere Alan Girroir Mike Gooden Dwayne Gordon Paul Gorham Basil Gregorios Charles Grzbielski R.J. Harris Stan Harrison Jeff Hayes Neal Herrick Edwin Holm Bob Hopkins Bruce Huther 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 Tom Manning Kevin Martell Vincent Martino Steve Mazur Cliff McDonald Brian McNally John Merrill Richard Mezquita Don Miller Philip Montagano Gerry Moran Mike Moroney Duncan Ogg Curtis Olds Peter O’Donnell Bill O’Malley Bob O’Neil Brian O’Neill Matt O’Neill Seamus O’Neill Jeff Pammer Bill Pappas Samuel Paul John Perry George Peterson Tucker Peterson William Phillips Lee Pope Chris Porter Norman Powers Charles Robichaud Dave Rozumek Dwayne Sabb Ricky Santos

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

2011, 2012 1985 1984 1994 1994, 1995 1988 2010 1959 1993 1983, 1984, 1985 1982, 1983 1973 1954 1982 1992 1982 1956 1962 2012 1986 1999 1952 1959 1971 1985 1984, 1985, 1986 1989 1998 1980, 1982 1973 1974 2007 1992 2002 1960 1954 1978, 1979 1995 2009 1975 1967 1953 1968 2010, 2011 1975, 1976 1960 1971, 1972 1956 1971, 1972 1974, 1975 1962 1986, 1987, 1988 1981 1987 1971 1984, 1985 1992 2012 2007 1953, 1954 1959 1991 2004 2006 1967 1977 1991 1970 1955 1975 1990, 1991 2005, 2006, 2007

Brian Saranovitz Matt Schneible Daniel Sereika Mike Shaughnessy Mike Shriner Scott Sicko Jared Smith Wayne Smith Hugo Souza Barry Stiber Doug Stockbridge Tim Teevens Eric Thompson Donald Trimble Bob Trouville Will Tychsen William Vasilios Dino Vasso Grady Vigneau Kurt Volherbst Cal Wallingford Robert Weeks Mike White Jonathan Williams Dave Wissman Al Witteman Ted Wright Neal Zonfrelli

OT OG RB RB RB TE DT OT S G DE DB DB T QB LB DE CB OT DB E T OT TE DB DT RB LB

1984, 1985 1991 1962, 1963 1968 1985 2008, 2009 2012 1976 2010 1962 1976 1984 1986 1958, 1959 1956 1989 1967 2010 1977 1967, 1968 1968 1962 1997 2004, 2005 1984 1968 1955 1984, 1985

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 1976, 1977 1950 1987 1985 1975 1984 1991 1977 1968

American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Jerry Azumah TB 1997, 1998 David Ball WR 2005, 2006 Matt Evans LB 2012 Mike Foley DL 1994 Stephan Lewis RB 2002 Ricky Santos QB 2007 Scott Sicko TE 2009 Dino Vasso DB 2010 Associated Press First Team Jerry Azumah TB David Ball WR Matt Evans LB Walter Jones OL Ricky Santos QB Scott Sicko TE Jonathan Williams TE

1998 2005, 2006 2012 1998 2007 2008 2005

Walter Camp First Team Jerry Azumah David Ball Barry Bourassa Matt Evans Ricky Santos Scott Sicko Jonathan Williams

RB WR RB LB QB TE TE

1998 2004, 2005, 2006 1991 2010, 2011, 2012 2005, 2006, 2007 2008 2005

Phil Steele’s First Team Matt Evans

LB

2011

The Sports Network Matt Evans

LB

2011, 2012

College Sporting News Matt Evans Brian McNally

LB DE

2010, 2012 2010

College Sports Journal Jared Smith

DT

2012

College Sports Madness Matt Evans

LB

2011

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NATIONAL AWARDS Walter Payton Award Jerry Azumah Ricky Santos

RB QB

1998 2006

Buck Buchanan Award Matt Evans

LB

2011

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Eddie Robinson FCS National Coach of Year Sean McDonnell 2005 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

1984

TEAM AWARDS 2012 2011 2010 2009 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

Matt Evans Kevin Decker R.J. Toman Hugo Souza Scott Sicko Sean Ware 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

LB QB QB FS TE LB 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

Stephan Lewis • 2002 MVP

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ANNUAL TEAM AWARDS

2012 2011 2010 2009 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 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

Eugene K. Auerbach Student-Athlete Award Chris Zarkoskie Chris Chandler Kyle Auffray Tom Manning 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’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 Bo Dickson Spirit Award Doug Stockbridge Mickey Mangieri Nancy Brown Tom Neill Matt Parent Nick Couturier Tucker Peterson Alan Tallman Mike Granieri Jeremy Hincman Bill Pizzano Ryan Day David O’Connor Dan Curran John Haggerty Mike White Jack French Unsung Hero Award Alan Buzbee James Jenkins Steve Young J.T. Wright Andrew Elwell Josh Droesch Marvin Wright Dan Wagner Brendan St. Peter E.J. DeWitt Amir Saadah Jermaine Stevens Mike Hurley Mike Wells Tim Sample Erik Mitchell Wade Rowcliffe

OL WR P/TE PK 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

WR OL LB OL OL LB QB DL QB TB OL LB DE DT WR OL OL DL DL DL LB LB WR QB DL OL SS SS

1998 Greg Krause OL 1997 Dave Lopez TB 1996 Peter Christopher LB 1995 Sean Finneran OL 1994 Lee McClinton RB 1993 Mike Cranney WR 1992 Ron Baisden DB 1991 Matt Griffin QB 1990 Shawn Lane K/RB Tom Whelan NG 1989 Garry Jordan DB 1988 Frank Maguire OG 1987 Scott Curtis LB 1986 Joe Thomson OG 1985 Tom Flanagan TE 1984 John Flanagan OG 1983 Peter O’Donnell WR 1982 Franz Eberth OG 1979-81 Not Awarded 1978 George Moore WR 1977 Gary DeStefano LB 1976 Charlie McMahon LB 1975 Nick Ragusa OT 1974 Bob Dearth OT Bob Demers 12th Player Award 2012 Dontra Peters CB 2011 Kyle Flemings CB 2010 Terrance Fox WR Sean Jellison RB 2009 Chad Kackert RB 2008 Robert Simpson RB 2007 Husain Karim LB 2006 Muji Karim LB 2005 David Sundberg OL 2004 David Bailey WR Aaron Thomas FS 2003 Brandon Taylor SS 2002 Czar Wiley FS 2001 Brian Mallette WR 2000 Frankie Smith DB 1999 Jeff Hayes OL 1998 Tim Cramsey QB 1997 Mark Wheeler LB 1996 Jason Swett DB 1995 Matt Mezquita RB 1994 Adam Mott DE 1993 Bob Jordan DB 1992 Mike Gallagher RB 1991 Chris McGrath LB 1990 Tom Joy DB 1989 Matt Banbury RB 1988 Bill Farrell DB 1987 Tom Johnson TE 1986 Ted White DB 1985 Mike Shriner RB 1984 Bob Price DB 1983 Bill Peach WR 1982 Ron MacDonald DB 1981 Peter Bergeron DB 1980 Jeff Belmont LB 1979 Tom Ruffen TE 1978 Bill Logue DT Buck Buchanan Distinguished Service Award 2012 Mickey DiLima OL 2011 Mark Petercuskie LB 2010 Devon Jackson LB 2009 Ryan Hinds DB 2008 Chris McClurg OL 2007 Matt Perdoni DL 2006 Aaron Brown WR 2005 John McCoy RB 2004 Shaun Diner WR 2003 George Yasso LB 2002 Michael Taylor WR 2001 Bryce Scottron DB 2000 Al Willis OL 1999 Mike Szweda DB 1998 Ryan Scottron FB 1997 Matt Drayton OL

1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

Chris Bresnahan Rob McCoy Jim Stayer David Gamble John Perry Scott Wojnovich Ryan Jones Bill Bowes Coaches Award Chris Zarkoskie Brian McNally Dino Vasso Terrence Klein Eric Cumba Jeff Pammer Corey Graham Baron Flenory Christian Leibl-Cote Jon Hart Carl Betz Jon Oosterhuis Brett Bashaw Jermaine Washington

OL DE CB WS OL FS DB FS OL OL TE DL LB WR

Chris Zarkoskie Todd Walker Teammate Award (spring) 2013 Jimmy Vailas DT 2012 Tim Farina WR 2011 Jason Roach DB

Coach Sean McDonnell & Jimmy Vailas

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Mark W. Huddleston was elected the 19th president of the University of New Hampshire in July 2007, bringing three decades of experience in public and private education as a faculty member, dean and senior administrator. At UNH, President Huddleston oversees the implementation of a strategic plan that is transforming the University’s mission as the state’s flagship public research university and one the nation’s few land-, sea- and space-grant universities. Created through a collaboration of faculty, students, staff, alumni and the University’s wider communities, this effort challenges the University to be innovative, entrepreneurial and responsive so that it can remain vital and financially sustainable. The plan continues to guide the University’s diverse work, from its response to a historic cut in state support in 2011 to the creation of groundbreaking new initiatives. Among these are: • the integration of UNH and the UNH School of Law (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center), • an expansion of the UNH Manchester campus and the creation of the Emerging Technology Center, • the construction of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, • UNH’s participation in an agreement to double the number of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) graduates by 2025, • and the development of a comprehensive fundraising campaign. President Huddleston has also advocated for a dramatic increase in international engagement. In 2010, UNH launched the state’s only Confucius Institute with a partnership with Chengdu University, entered a partnership with Navitas, an Australian firm that recruits and supports international students, and celebrated the 25th anniversary of the International Affairs Dual Major. In May 2013, President Huddleston’s leadership as a strategic thinker, fiscal steward and collaborative problem-solver was recognized with his appointment to the newly formed Governor’s Commission on State Government Innovation, Efficiency and Transparency. President Huddleston was raised in Syracuse, N.Y., and was the first member of his family to attend college. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the State University of New York-Buffalo, and both a master’s degree and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He began his academic career at SUNY-Buffalo in 1977 as an assistant professor of political science. In 1980, he joined the faculty of the University of Delaware, where he served 24 years. There, he chaired the Department of Political Science and International Relations and was associate provost for international programs. In 2001, he was named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, overseeing 45 academic departments and centers, and serving in that capacity until he was named president of Ohio Wesleyan University in 2004. An author of numerous books and articles, he has been a consultant for both the U.S. government and international organizations. He also served as an adviser in Bosnia on rebuilding financial and administrative infrastructures after the Dayton accords. President Huddleston is an incorporator of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and serves on the board of directors of the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts. He and his wife, Emma Bricker, have three children, Andy, Kate and Giles.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

The 2013-14 academic year will mark Marty Scarano’s 14th year as Director of Athletics at UNH. During his tenure, Scarano has heightened national exposure for UNH athletics with academics, facility renovations and programmatic advancement being top priorities. His many accomplishments 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. The Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of UNH athletes in 2012-13 was 87 percent. The football team’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) of 978 was second in the CAA. In the America East Academic Cup, UNH finished second for the third time in the last four years, achieving a 3.18 cumulative grade-point average, its highest GPA in the 18-year history of the award. New Hampshire led all institutions with 108 student-athletes on the 2012 America East Fall Academic Honor Roll while earning the highest percentage (72%) of student-athletes named to the 2012-13 America East Winter/ Spring Academic Honor Roll. Scarano has helped elevate UNH athletics into the collegiate national arena. To accomplish that goal, the University has taken on the task of hosting major NCAA championships. The Wildcat athletic department has played host to highly successful NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Northeast Regionals at the Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, N.H.) in 2004, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013. UNH was host of the NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey Frozen Four at 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 at the Whittemore Center Arena. The women’s hockey team also played in the first outdoor game in the history of NCAA women’s hockey in 2010 at the Sun Life Frozen Fenway game and defeated Northeastern, while the men’s squad played in the 2012 Sun Life Frozen Fenway game against Maine. Football competed in Colonial Clash games at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., where it defeated Massachusetts in both 2010 and 2011 to wrap up its longtime gridiron rivalry with the Minutemen. During Scarano’s tenure, UNH teams have made 44 NCAA postseason appearances and captured 14 conference titles. Gymnastics has participated in 12 NCAA tournaments, leading all programs over that span. Men’s hockey holds a pair of Hockey East titles and has made 11 trips to the NCAA tournament, including Frozen Four appearances in 2002 and 2003. The football program has qualified for the NCAA FCS postseason for a nation leading nine consecutive seasons and advanced to the quarterfinals six times during the streak. Women’s ice hockey has seen NCAA action five times with two Frozen Four appearances. The squad also captured consecutive Hockey East Championships from 2006-09. The field hockey team captured its second ever America East crown in 2011 en route to its second national tournament appearance under Scarano’s tutelage. Volleyball made a pair of NCAA appearances after capturing back-to-back conference titles in 2002 and 2003. Women’s lacrosse has too earned a pair of NCAA berths (2004, 2008), one coming after an America East championship victory in 2004. Additionally, 24 head or assistant coaches have won 65 “Coach of the Year” awards during Scarano’s tenure, ranging from conference coach of the year to New England and Northeast Regional Coach of the Year, honors. Furthermore, head football coach Sean McDonnell garnered the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year by The Sports Network in 2005 after a stellar 11-2 campaign. There has been over $10 million in capital improvements since Scarano’s hiring in the summer of 2000. Recently, the athletic training room was completely renovated over the winter break of the 2012-13 academic year. With a redesigned layout, energy efficient lighting and stateof-the art equipment, the athletic training room is larger, more comfortable, enjoyable and efficient for student-athletes and staff. In 2012, a new scoreboard was installed at Cowell Stadium while the football locker room received a facelift as part of the most recent renovation phase. Changes to the locker room included a new lighting system while a 55-inch flat-screen TV and Fathead-designed murals featuring former players and UNH historical images were added to the walls. A memorial of Todd Walker was also added in honor of the former Wildcat wide receiver who suffered an untimely and heroic death in March of 2011. As part of a $650,000 renovation project in the summer of 2011, the field turf at Bremner Field was replaced with a new state-of-the-art surface used by many varsity teams and for student recreational activities. 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 overhaul included a new bleacher system, new scoreboards, competition baskets and other aesthetic enhancements. In 2007, Scarano was awarded the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA) AD of the Year for the FCS. He was named the All-American Football Foundation Athletic Director of the Year for FCS football in the Northeast region. Scarano has 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 2003-2007. He also served as chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee in 2005-06 and 200607 and is currently on the America East Executive Council. Most recently, Scarano was a member of the Hockey East restructuring team that successfully recruited Notre Dame and the University of Connecticut to the conference. Outside of athletics, Scarano is in his 11th year on the Board of Corporators at Canterbury Shaker Village, a non-profit museum located in Canterbury, N.H. Before arriving at UNH, Scarano held the position of Athletics Director at Colorado College from July 1996-June 2000. 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. 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 three children, Lynden, Kyle, a junior at UNH, and Corey who will be enrolling at UNH as well this fall.

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ACADEMICS

Athletic excellence is one-half the formula for success in the collegiate experience for University of New Hampshire football players. The primary measure of achievement is the student-athlete’s success in the classroom. For the 1998-99 and 1999-2000 academic years, UNH was awarded the America East Academic Cup for recording the highest GPA in the conference. In both the Fall 2004 and Winter/Spring 2005 semesters, UNH placed the highest number of student-athletes on the America East Honor Roll; the University accomplished the feat again in Fall ‘06 and Fall ‘09. New Hampshire also boasts one of the top graduation rates in the country. The Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of UNH athletes, at 97 percent, ranks highest in the CAA among 54 different land-grant universities, according to recent NCAA statistics. The UNH football team had a 95 percent GSR. With an Academic Progress Rate (APR) of 978, the football team finished one Joanne point out of first place in the CAA. Maldari In the 2012-13 America East Academic Cup, UNH finished second for the third time in the last four years, achieving a 3.18 cumulative grade-point average. It is UNH’s highest GPA in the 18-year history of the award. UNH led all institutions with 108 student-athletes on the 2012 America East Fall Academic Honor Roll (minimum 3.0 GPA). UNH is dedicated to enhancing the student-athlete’s ability to achieve academic excellence. Realizing the time commitment the players give to the school, the University administers a comprehensive program of academic support services that is available to Wildcat football players and all other student-athletes. This program includes the monitoring of academic progress and providing tutorial services, as well as interacting with the academic advisors within the various colleges. Serving as Student-Athlete Support Coordinator is Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Support Joanne Maldari, a 1990 graduate of Holy Cross who went on to earn her master’s degree in Athletic Counseling at Springfield College. Now in her 19th season at UNH, Maldari was recognized for her outstanding efforts at UNH by receiving the University’s 2001 Academic Advising Award. Before coming to Durham, Maldari served athletic counseling internships at Springfield and Central Connecticut State University.

STUDENT-ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT

Cathy Coakley enters her sixth year as UNH’s Coordinator of Student-Athlete Development. Coakley spearheads a comprehensive educational program to enhance the personal development and welfare of the University’s student-athletes. Coakley works with several other areas of student-athlete development, including the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), first-year student academic mentoring program, community service activities involving UNH student-athletes, and various other programs geared toward student-athletes. In addition, she has established – and will continue to establish – networks and act as a liaison with campus departments and constituencies. Coakley has an extensive career in both athletics and higher education. Previously, she was an instructor of Sports Marketing within the Kinesiology Cathy Coakley Department at James Madison University and coordinated all practicum and internships required of Sport Management majors. In this position, Coakley taught personal and professional development as well as life skills to the students (including athletes) within the major. While at JMU, she served as Assistant Field Hockey coach from 2005-07 and helped guide the Dukes to the CAA championship and an NCAA tournament appearance in 2007. Prior to her tenure at JMU, Coakley worked in collegiate basketball. She started her collegiate coaching career at UNH as an assistant under Cecelia DeMarco from 1977-79. Coakley moved on to become head coach at Fordham University from 1979-84 and served as an assistant under Joy Malchodi at Northeastern University from 1996-2000. Coakley earned her bachelor of arts in Earth Science and her master of arts in Education Administration at UNH.

SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY

Tim Churchard works with the UNH football team in the area of sports psychology. He works on a one-on-one basis with student-athletes to help each achieve maximum performance through psychological and psycho-physiological preparation. Churchard also spent seven seasons as a volunteer assistant coach for the UNH men’s ice hockey program. A multi-sport athlete at UNH from 1963-65, Churchard was a running back on the football team under Chief Boston and Andy Mooradian, and played hockey for A. Barr “Whoop” Snively. He earned his undergraduate degree from UNH in Liberal Arts in 1967 before embarking in a career in education and human resource management/consultation. 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 ‘84 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 ‘91.

Steve Metcalf

Dot Sheehan

Deputy Athletic Director

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for External Relations

Nicole Richard

Diane Metcalf

Assistant Athletic Director for Ticketing

Director of Athletics Development

Michelle Bronner

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Compliance Senior Woman Administrator

Jean Mitchell

Athletic Facilities/ Housekeeping Manager

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Donna Brownell

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Finance Director of Central Administration BSC

Neal Lavoie

Equipment Room Manager

Carrie Kimball

Associate Athletic Director for Operations

Justin Barnes

General Manager Wildcat Sports Properties

Amber Lilyestrom

Associate Athletic Director for Marketing & Strategic Initiatives

Matt Preston

Account Executive Wildcat Sports Properties

Tim Churchard

Dr. Heather Barber Athletics Faculty Representative

Mary LeRose

Marketing & Promotions Coordinator

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Jon Dana has been involved with the UNH athletic program since 1984. He began his career as an assistant athletic trainer and was promoted to men’s head athletic trainer in 1987 and head athletic trainer for the entire program in 1989. In 2001, he was named UNH’s Director of Sports Medicine. In addition to overseeing operations and supervising the Sports Medicine staff, Dana works specifically with the football and ski teams. The Sports Medicine Department at UNH consists of eight full- and part-time certified and licensed athletic trainers. 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. Jon Cindy The athletic department renovated its Field House athletic training facility in early 2013. The modernized space features Dana Michaud improvements in lighting and layout that have improved the room’s functionality while providing student-athletes with a safer, more pleasant environment for treatment and rehabilitation. Renovated staff offices were enclosed in glass, and the ‘wet area’ that consists of cold tubs, whirlpools and the ice machine was afforded its own encased area with improved ventilation. 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 Trainers’ Association Education Council). Dana is well respected in the athletic training field. His international experience includes: working at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing with the U.S. Canoe/Kayak team; working for the USA Canoe/Kayak teams at the World Cup in Prague, Slovenia, Augsburg and Germany; working at the 2004 Paralympics in Athens; working for the U.S. Men’s Team Handball squad at the Pan American Games in the Dominican Republic; and working with the U.S. Track and Field Team at the Paralympics World Championships in Lille, France. Additionally, he has worked at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in Sacramento, Calif., and at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y. Since 1980, Dana has worked as an athletic trainer at the Boston Marathon. Dana has been Team Captain of the Finish Line Medical Area since 1996. Dana has served as Drug Testing Site Coordinator and Head Athletic Trainer at various NCAA championship events, including men’s and women’s ice hockey, and skiing. He is certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and is a licensed athletic trainer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and New Hampshire. In addition, Dana has a CPR Re-Certification and a Massachusetts Teacher Certification in physical education, health and science. A native of Uniondale, N.Y., Dana is a 1979 graduate of Northeastern University. He began his athletic training career at Brookline and Newton South High Schools in Massachusetts, and then was the head athletic trainer at Fitchburg State College from 1980-84. Cindy Michaud, a 1997 graduate of UNH with a B.S. in Kinesiology, joined the UNH athletic training staff in 1999. Michaud’s primary responsibilities include management, evaluation and care of athletic injuries and record keeping. Michaud works primarily with football and men’s basketball. Michaud is also the insurance coordinator for UNH Athletic Training. She received her master of arts in Teaching and Teacher Education in Sports Psychology from the University of Arizona in 1999. She was a graduate assistant while at Arizona. Michaud is an approved clinical instructor for CAATE Accredited Athletic Training Education Program. She has been a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association since 1997 along with a certification in American Red Cross – Professional Rescuer & AED Training.

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

Paul Chapman is in his 12th year as the director of strength and conditioning at the University of New Hampshire and John Ciani, also in his 12th year, serves as Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning. Chapman and Ciani helped coordinate the building of the state-of-the-art Jerry Azumah Performance Center and both have been key in guiding UNH student-athletes to NCAA appearances in both women’s and men’s ice hockey, football, gymnastics, women’s volleyball, women’s lacrosse, field hockey, skiing and track and field. Chapman is a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (strength and conditioning coach Paul John 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. In 2005, he earned the Chapman Ciani title of Master Strength and Conditioning Coach from the CSCCA. 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 all-star games, bowl games and pre-draft testing. Prior to UNH, Chapman was 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. His efforts were an integral part of a winning tradition at UND, as the football team was the Division II national champions in 2001, the men’s ice hockey team won a Division I national title in 1997 and 2000 and the women’s basketball team was the Division II national champion in 1997, 1998 and 1999. 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 at M.S. in Exercise Science from North Dakota in 1994. An outstanding college athlete, Chapman was inducted into the Dickinson State Athletic Hall of Fame for his efforts on the football field. He was a two-time AllAmerica First Team selection as well as an All-America Second Team honoree in his four-year playing career. Upon graduation, he was a fourth-round draft choice of the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the Canadian Football League, where he played for two seasons. Ciani is very passionate about his commitment to strength and conditioning. He has taken his wide range of experiences to come up with a distinct sport-specific training philosophy. In conjunction with the coaching staff, Ciani develops individualized training programs depending on the athlete’s initial evaluation, experience level and current athletic ability. Under Ciani’s program, improvement is not based on the weight on the bar, but rather how injury resistant the student-athlete is and his/her athletic performance. Strength and conditioning programs designed by Ciani utilize all facets of training, from conventional strength training and Olympic Weightlifting to simple conditioning and sport-specific metabolic runs that enhance the athlete’s abilities during competition. No single training style dominates the program; Ciani uses a combination of all training techniques for the total development of the student-athlete. Ciani, a native of the San Diego, Calif. area, came to UNH after a stint as assistant strength coach at the University of North Dakota. During his tenure at UND, Ciani worked primarily with the 2001 Division II national championship football team, women’s volleyball and men’s basketball teams. In 2000, he began his career at Long Beach State as a graduate assistant working with the perennial national power women’s volleyball team, where he trained many All-American and national team level volleyball players, including Misty May. Ciani received his B.A. degree in Psychology from Long Beach State and attended graduate school at both Long Beach State and the University of North Dakota.

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JERRY 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 FCS 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. The Azumah Performance Center opened in the summer of 2003. The massive workout facility, which was originally 4,000 square feet, grew to over 6,000 square feet during a summer renovation in 2009. The renovated center features 5,000 pounds of Olympic weights, 7,000 pounds of dumbbells, 18 Powerlift platform stations, 12 Hammer strength machines, an additional 15,000 pounds of weights and 1,500 square feet of warmup area. “His National Football League profile will tell you that Jerry Azumah was 5-11, weighed 195, and played defensive cornerback with the Chicago Bears,” said 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 settled in Worcester, Mass. 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,” said 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 former UNH football coach Bill Bowes. He holds numerous school records, including the record for touchdowns rushing (60) and overall TDs (69), and FCS records for rushing yards (6,193), all-purpose yards (8,376) and points scored (424). He had the six best — and eight of the top 10— UNH rushing games ever and holds the all-time FCS rushing record of 6,193 yards. At that time, he was the only runner in FCS 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 offense to being a starting cornerback. In 2003 he became the first 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 versus the Philadelphia Eagles and ran 39 yards for a touchdown Jan. 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 football program.

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Cowell Stadium/Mooradian Field

The home of Wildcat football for the past 77 years is historic Cowell Stadium, located at the west end of the UNH campus in Durham. Thanks to a generous donation by the late Ed Fish, the field 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 the women’s lacrosse and field hockey teams. The largest crowd for a football game in Cowell Stadium occured on Nov. 12, 1977, when 20,000 watched the Wildcats fall to UMass, 19-6, in a showdown for the Yankee Conference crown. The stadium is named for the former Wildcat athletics director and football coach, William H. “Butch” Cowell, who 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 versus 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. 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 accommodate each player’s equipment and uniform, as well as a players’ lounge adjacent to the locker area. Locker room renovations during the summer of 2012 led to the installation of a new lighting system, the addition of a 55-inch flat screen TV and Fathead-designed murals (pictured right) featuring historical Wildcat moments. The Brice-Cowell Musket (below), which goes to the winner of the annual UNH-Maine gridiron battle, resides on the wall of the locker room. A locker memorial for Todd Walker was added in honor of the former Wildcat who suffered an untimely and heroic death in March 2011 while protecting a female friend.

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UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

The University of New Hampshire was originally founded as a land-grant college whose mission was to shape and educate citizenry among the state’s farmers, business people and engineers. Today, the University is a land-, sea-, and space-grant university serving a growing undergraduate student body of about 11,942 and a graduate population of 2,257 in addition to 621 full-time faculty members, 86% of which have earned their doctorate degree. The University has grown into a top public research university occupying 2,600 acres of classic living and learning space while still maintaining the look and feel of a New England liberal arts college with a faculty dedicated to teaching. UNH’s student to faculty ratio registers at 18:1 with 85% of its classes having 50 students or less. HISTORY As one of the most prestigious institutions in the Northeast, the University of New Hampshire has always been recognized as a leader in education and research, spanning all fields of study and uniting them through interdisciplinary programs, labs, farms, theatres, research centers and libraries. 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 purpose for the grants was to establish colleges that would serve the sons and daughters of farming and laboring families. New Hampshire College was originally situated in Hanover, N.H. Here it was in connection with Dartmouth College before moving to Durham in 1893 after Benjamin Thompson bequeathed land and money to further the development of the college. The state legislature then granted its new charter as the University of New Hampshire in 1923. The University hosts 733 international students from more than 45 countries and boasts a population of students from all 50 states. Along with over 100 majors offered, UNH encompasses seven schools and colleges that undergraduates can choose from: the College of Liberal Arts, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, School of Health

University of New Hampshire Athletic Department Mission Statement and Diversity Statement Mission 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 The University seeks excellence through diversity among its administrators, faculty, staff, and students. The university prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. The University of UNH 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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and Human Services, College of Life Sciences and Agricultures, Whittemore School of Business and Economics, and the Thompson School of Applied Science. At the very heart of the University’s undergraduate studies is the General Education Program. The GEP is a core program with a breadth of academic subjects that aims to acquaint the student with some of the major modes of thought necessary to understand oneself, others, society and the world. The University prides itself as being a top-10 entrepreneurial campus (Forbes.com and The Princeton Review) and is among the top 30 universities nationally in science research funding from NASA. 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 an inspiring faculty of winners of the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the MacArthur Fellowship, the Edgar Allen Poe Award and the Young Poets Award. In addition, the Whittemore School of Business and Economics, established in 1962, was recently selected second among all business schools in a nationwide pool of business school deans. UNH also graduates students who attend top-notch graduate schools, including Law School at Harvard and Cornell, Engineering at Stanford, and Medical School at Dartmouth, Johns Hopkins and Harvard. CAMPUS In the last decade, several of the athletic facilities have received major upgrades and improvements. In September of 2001, the University completed a new $2.15 million track and field facility. The Jerry Azumah Performance Center, the strength and conditioning facility located in the UNH Field House, was dedicated on July 8, 2003. UNH athletics has also added two $1.5 million outdoor artificial fields, Memorial Field and Bremner Field. Lundholm Gymnasium has received some major overhauls, including a new playing surface, new lights, new sound system, new bleacher system, new backboards and new scoreboards. The Paul Sweet Oval has been completely renovated to include new surfaces, lighting, painting, infrastructure upgrades and the replacement of windows that existed in the original architecture. In 2013, UNH unveiled the new Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics. The $50 million building came is LEED “Gold” certified, a standard of environmentally friendly design and construction. The project was largely funded through private gifts, including a record-setting $25 million gift from alumnus and philanthropist Peter T. Paul, for whom the building is named. The building has 900 classroom seats with thousands of business and non-business students coming in and out each day. Breakout rooms equipped with video screens and recording equipment provide advanced technology to enhance the way students interact with each other, faculty and members of the business community. Its Great Hall features comfortable seating areas for studying, and an on-site café supplies students with a convenient dining option. Thompson Hall, one of the standing historical landmarks of the University, has been beautifully refurbished and restored. The University also completed a $52 million renovation of Kingsbury Hall, adding 6,000 square feet of student project space for students in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, as well as a $4.5 million revamp of Hewitt Hall to expand the School of Health and Human Services. In addition, the new 120,000 square foot Biological Sciences Building, Rudman Hall and the Spaulding Life Sciences Renovation project now provide state-of-the-art teaching and researching laboratories. The University also spent $15 million to complete Morse Hall, a science and engineering building as well as $8.2 million to modernize the Memorial Union Building. This revision to the existing student union building consisted of several upgrades including top kitchen and dining facilities, two theaters, student mailboxes, lounges and meeting rooms, as well as additional retail spaces such as the University Bookstore. The University has also completed construction of the new dining facility on Main Street, Holloway Commons, as well as the renovation of the Dimond Library. In November of 1995, construction of the $27 million Recreation and Sport Complex reached completion. The Whittemore Center

Distinguished Alumni

Jerry Azumah ‘99 Former NFL Pro Bowler, Chicago Bears

Gary DeStefano ’78 President, Nike Global Operations

Chip Kelly ’90 Head Football Coach, Philadelphia Eagles

Mike Minnigan ’78 Owner, Minigan Properties; Former VP AOL

Susan Blanchard Ryan ’89 Actress, “Open Water”, “It’s Complicated”

Jack Edwards ’79 Announcer, Boston Bruins (NESN)

Kathryn Kross ’82 Executive Producer, “Bloomberg News”

Mike O’Malley ’92 Actor, “Glee” “My Name is Earl” “Yes, Dear”

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

Carlton Fisk ’69 Hall of Fame Baseball Player

Rod Langway ’77 Hall of Fame Hockey Player

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

Corey Graham ’07 NFL Player, Baltimore Ravens

Richard Linnehan ’80 NASA Astronaut

Robert Towse ’63 Senior Partner, Morgan Stanley

John Irving ’65 Author, “Cider House Rules”

John Lynch ’74 Former New Hampshire Governor

Barbara Walsh ’81 Pulitzer-prize winner, Portland Press Herald

Natalie Jacobson ’65 Former News Anchor, Boston TV

Jackie MacMullan ’82 Journalist, ESPN & ESPN.com

Chris Wragge ’92 WCBS-TV News Anchor

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

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Chip Kelly Head Coach Philadelphia Eagles

Kyle Auffray Tight End Arizona Cardinals Name Drafted TE Kyle Auffray (’08-’10) Free Agent TB Jerry Azumah (’95-’98) 5th round WR David Ball (’03-’06) Free agent OL Jason Ball (’98-’01) Free agent DB Etienne Boulay (’02-’05) Free agent QB Chris Bresnahan (’95-’96) Free agent WR Aaron Brown (’04-’07) Free agent LB Scott Curtis (’84-’87) Free agent LB Steve Doig (’78-’81) 3rd round C Pat Downey (’93-’97) Free agent OT John Driscoll (’84-’87) 12th round C Paul DuFault (’82-’84) Free Agent OG John Flanagan (’82-’84) Free Agent DL Joe Fleming (’91-’94) Free Agent DE Mike Foley (’92-’95) 5th round WR David Gamble (’90-’93) Free Agent RB Andre Garron (’82-’85) Free Agent LB Dwayne Gordon (’89-’92) 8th round DB Corey Graham (’03-’07) 5th round LB Bruce Huther (’73-’76) Free agent

Corey Graham Defensive Bac k Baltimore Ravens Team, Year(s) Cardinals 2013 Bears 1999-2005 Bears 2007 Jets 2008 Eagles 2013 Chargers 2002-04 Jets 2008 Patriots 1996 Bills 2007 Eagles 1988 Broncos 1989-90 Lions 1984-85 Patriots 1986-87 Chargers 1997 Bills Giants Broncos Browns 1995 Bears 1999-2001 Cardinals 1996 Broncos 1996 Chiefs 1986 Dolphins 1993 Falcons 1994 Chargers 1995 Jets 1997-2000 Bears 2007-11 Ravens 2012-13 Cowboys 1977-80 Browns 1981 Bears 1982 Cowboys 1983

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Jared Smith Offensive Lineman Seattle Seahawks

Name Drafted Team, Year(s) 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 RB Chad Kackert (’05-’09) Free Agent Jaguars 2010 OL Ken Kaplan (’78-’82) 6th round Buccaneers 1984-85 Saints 1987 OG Dutch Knox (’30-’34) Lions 1934-36 OL Greg Krause (’94-’98) Free agent Bengals 1998 FB Dan Kreider (’95-’99) Free Agent Steelers 2000-07 Rams 2008 Cardinals 2009 DT Paul Lindquist (’58-’61) 8th round Patriots 1961 FB Lee McClinton (’90-’94) Free Agent Dolphins 1995 DE Brian McNally (’08-’11) Free Agent Redskins 2012 DL Brian O’Neill (’83-’85) Free Agent Raiders 1986 Dolphins 1987 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 1987 TE Scott Sicko (’06-’09) Free Agent Cowboys 2010 RB Avrom Smith (’91-’94) Free Agent Bears 1995 DT Jared Smith (’09-’12) 7th round Seahawks 2013 QB Jim Stayer (’91-’94) Free Agent Patriots 1994 OL Ryan Ward (’96-’00) Free Agent Bears 2001 LB Sean Ware (’05-’09) Free Agent Panthers 2010 WR Randal Williams (’96-’00) Free Agent Jaguars 2001 Cowboys 2001-04 Raiders 2005-06 TE Jonathan Williams (’01-’05) Free Agent Rams 2005

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