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1 2015 UNH FOOTBALL GAME NOTES Game 9 vs. University of Richmond vs. CONTACT: Mike Murphy, Associate Athletic Director of Communications O: (603) C: (603) SECONDARY: Doug Poole, Associate Director of Athletic Communications O: (603) C: (603) UNH Schedule and Results SEPT. 3 Thurs. at San Jose State L 12 Sat. at Colgate 26-8 W 19 Sat. at Stony Brook * (TV: ASN) 31-6 L 26 Sat. Central Connecticut State W OCT. 3 Sat. ELON *(TV: ASN) W 17 Sat. at William & Mary * (TV: CSN) L 24 Sat. at Delaware * L 31 Sat. RHODE ISLAND * W NOV. 7 Sat. Richmond * (TV: NBCSN) 3 pm 14 Sat. at Albany * (TV: ASN) 7 pm 21 Sat. Maine * 1 pm Home games in BOLD CAPS * CAA conference game # Indicates ranking at date of game ASN: American Sports Network CSN: Comcast Sports Network NBCSN: NBC Sports Network 2015 Richmond Schedule and Results SEPT. 5 Sat. at Maryland L 12 Sat. at Hampton W 19 Sat. VMI W OCT. 3 Sat. Maine * W 10 Sat. Elon * W 17 Sat. at Rhode Island * W 24 Sat. at James Madison (4) * W 31 Sat. ALBANY * W NOV. 7 Sat. at UNH * 3 pm 14 Sat. at Villanova * 3:30 pm 21 Sat. William & Mary * 12 pm TV NBC Sports Network Play-by-Play: Paul Burmeister Game 9 Home Game 4 UNH (4-4, 2-3 CAA) vs. No. 5/7 Richmond (7-1, 5-0 CAA) Analyst: Ross Tucker RADIO Wildcat Sports Radio Network Flagship: WGIR-610 AM Affiliates: WQSO 96.7 FM, wpkx- 930 am, WZEI FM, WTSL 1400 AM / 94.3 FM, WTSV 1230 AM Play-by-Play: Bob Lipman Analyst: Allen Lessels UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE WILDCATS FOOTBALL Saturday, Nov. 7, p.m. Cowell Stadium Surface: FieldTurf Durham, N.H. Television: NBC Sports Network Video, Audio and Live stats: Quick Hitters The UNH football team has a 4-4 overall record with a 2-3 CAA conference record and 3-0 record at home, including 2-0 in home conference games. The Wildcats ended a two-game losing streak last week with a win against Rhode Island at Cowell Stadium. Richmond comes to Durham ranked No. 5/7 in the nation. The Spiders are 7-1 overall with a seven-game winning streak since falling to Maryland in the season opener. Richmond is atop the CAA standings at 5-0 and has a 3-1 road record. UNH has a lifetime record, including 8-3 at home, against Richmond. The Wildcats have won four straight in the series the last three games have been decided by a total of nine points. The Cats prevailed the last time these teams met (Sept. 20, 2014 at UR s Robins Stadium) and won the last time these teams played at UNH s Cowell Stadium on Oct. 13, The Spiders most recent victory was Sept. 29, 2007 (45-38 at Richmond). The last time Richmond won in Durham was Oct. 14, 2000 (31-10); UNH has successfully defended home field four games since then. UNH head coach Sean McDonnell has a 6-4 record vs. Richmond. Junior running back Dalton Crossan is No. 8 nationally in all-purpose yards per game (164.63), No. 11 in rushing TDs (10), No. 10 in scoring (9.0 points/game) and No. 24 in kickoff returns (25.6 yards/return). Junior defensive end Cam Shorey is No. 17 in the nation (third in the CAA) in sacks per game at 0.75; Shorey has a team-high six sacks in eight games. Shorey was announced to the 2015 College Football Performance Awards FCS Defensive End/Defensive Tackle Award Watch list Nov. 4. New Hampshire s Cowell Stadium has been called The Dungeon, a fittingly foreboding nickname for the opposition. In three home games this season, UNH is 3-0 and has outscored the opposition , including 45-3 in the first quarter and 9-0 in the fourth quarter. Since the start of the 2007 season, the Wildcats are 45-5 at Cowell Stadium for an.900 win percentage. UNH has won 10 consecutive CAA home games with a 4-0 record in both the 2013 and 2014 seasons and two wins this year. New Hampshire has won eight consecutive November games with a split of 5-0 at home and 3-0 on the road. UNH has launched a stadium ticket campaign for the 2016 season. Reserve season tickets in the state-of-the-art stadium for a $25 deposit per seat. Visit salute to service day 1

2 New Hampshire WILDCATS OFFENSE LT 79 AUSTIN HETER (Sr., 6-4, 292) 66 Dayne Herron (R-Fr., 6-4, 286) LG 69 Alexander Morrill (Jr., 6-2, 301) 73 Jake Kennedy (So., 6-3, 297) C 62 George Kallas (Sr., 6-2, 302) 73 Jake Kennedy (So., 6-3, 297) RG 67 Curtis Nealer (Jr., 6-3, 300) 64 Mike Zaloga (So., 6-2, 270) RT 75 Andrew Lauderdale (Jr., 6-6, 277) 74 Will McInerny (So., 6-7, 280) TE 87 JORDAN POWELL (Jr., 6-3, 244) 88 Matt Torrey (R-Fr., 6-2, 237) QB 5 SEAN GOLDRICH (Sr., 6-3, 219) 14 Adam Riese (Jr., 6-1, 213) RB 27 DALTON CROSSAN (Jr., 5-11, 206) 8 Trevon Bryant (So., 5-8, 186) WR 84 Aaron Lewis-Cenales (So., 6-0, 193) 83 Amechie Walker, Jr. (Fr., 5-9, 168) WR 7 JARED ALLISON (Sr., 5-8, 176) 6 Kyon Taylor (Jr, 5-11, 186) WR 24 Mike Kelly (Sr., 5-9, 186) 81 Rory Donovan (R-Fr.,6-5, 210) WILDCATS DEFENSE DE 80 CAM SHOREY (Jr., 6-5, 250) 97 Kyle Reisert (R-Fr., 6-2, 230) DT 90 RASHID ARMAND (Sr., 6-1, 289) 44 Dab Ukwuani (Sr., 6-3, 261) DT 92 JULLIAN TURNER (Sr., 6-1, 294) 68 Cyrus Boone (R-Fr., 6-2, 274) DE 91 JAE WUAN HORTON (R-Fr., 6-2, 233) 94 Mike Boryeskne (So., 6-1, 236) LB 42 AKIL ANDERSON (Sr., 6-1, 211) 58 Jared Kuehl (R-Fr., 6-1, 230) LB 49 Ryan Farrell (Jr., 6-1, 229) 57 Kevin McNally (Jr., 6-1, 238) CB 28 CASEY DeANDRADE (Jr., 5-11, 212) 45 Marquis Carr (So., 5-11, 182) SS 20 Daniel Rowe (Sr., 6-1, 203) 33 Keith Parkinson (Sr., 6-1, 207) WS 46 HAYDEN KNUDSON (Sr., 6-0, 203) 4 D Andre Drummond-Mayrie (So., 6-0, 204) FS 1 Lamar Edmonds (Sr., 5-10, 196) 26 Geno Miller (So., 5-11, 200) CB 23 Dougie Moss (Sr., 5-10, 186) 9 Patrick Mensah (So., 6-0, 199) WILDCATS SPECIALISTS KO 38 Morgan Ellman (Jr., 6-0, 195) 99 Christian Breda (Sr., 6-2, 189) PK 99 CHRISTIAN BREDA (Sr., 6-2, 189) 38 Morgan Ellman (Jr., 6-0, 195) P 99 CHRISTIAN BREDA (Sr., 6-2, 189) 93 Max Pedinoff (So., 6-0, 220) KR 27 DALTON CROSSAN (Jr., 5-11, 206) 8 Trevon Bryant (So., 5-8, 186) PR 28 CASEY DeANDRADE (Jr., 5-11, 212) 7 Jared Allison (Sr., 5-8, 176) H 14 Adam Riese (Jr., 6-1, 213) LS 49 RYAN FARRELL (Jr., 6-1, 229) SS 97 KYLE REISERT (R-Fr., 6-2, 230) Depth charts Richmond Spiders Offense WR 8 PORTER ABELL (So., 5-11, 185) 81 Will McCombs (Jr., 6-3, 190) WR 11 REGGIE DIGGS (Sr., 6-4, 198) 10 Caleb Drake (R-Fr., 6-1, 178) TE 84 NICK HOLLOWAY (So., 6-6, 254) 89 Garrett Hudson (So., 6-4, 240) LT 51 NICK RITCHER (Sr., 6-6, 304) 78 Blane Markham (R-Fr., 6-5, 270) LG 73 CALEB HIGH (Sr., 6-4, 299) 50 John Yarbrough (Fr., 6-5, 270) C 55 NICHOLAS VERGOS (Jr., 6-3, 283) 60 Marius Young (So., 6-2, 274) RG 58 THOMAS EVANS (Jr., 6-2, 316) 64 Jared Coker (R-Fr., 6-3, 303) RT 66 ALEX LIGHT (So., 6-5, 287) 75 Patrick Kliebert (So., 6-7, 323) QB 5 KYLE LAULETTA (R-So., 6-3, 208) 14 David Broadus (Jr., 6-4, 227) HB 1 JACOBI GREEN (Sr., 5-9, 192) or 4 SETH FISHER (Sr., 6-2, 232) FB 20 T.J. MOON (Jr., 5-9, 234) or 30 JAMES PAVIK (Jr., 6-1, 227) WR 12 BRIAN BROWN (Jr., 6-1, 195) 87 Dashon Tibbs (So., 6-1, 202) Spiders DEFENSE DL 97 ANDREW CLYDE (R-Fr., 6-2, 257) 93 Nick Velardo (Jr., 6-2, 262) DL 96 Deanthony muse (So., 6-0, 292) 99 Kolby Williams (Fr., 6-1, 255) DL 98 WINSTON CRAIG (Jr., 6-3, 294) 92 Devin Cook (Sr., 6-4, 240) DL 26 trey moore (So., 6-0, 230) 45 Madison Day (Jr., 6-3, 210) LB 10 trevor jones (Sr., 5-10, 188) 24 David Norris (R-Fr., 6-2, 205) LB 23 selton hodge (Jr., 6-2, 223) 22 Dale Matthews, Jr. (R-Fr., 5-10, 238) LB 46 omar howard (Jr., 6-0, 231) 29 Justiin Rubin (Fr., 6-2, 210) CB 8 Jarriel jordan (So., 5-8, 172) 4 Micah Keels (Fr., 6-2, 170) WS 13 David jones (Jr., 6-1, 187) 19 Charles Mack (Jr., 6-1, 200) SS 28 David Herlocker (Sr., 6-2, 214) 15 Brendan Coniker (So., 6-0, 198) CB 9 ayo ogunniyi (Sr., 6-0, 193) 6 Dominque Miller (Sr., 5-8, 175) Spiders SPECIALISTS PK 33 Peter yoder (Jr., 6-4, 180) 44 Griffin Trau (R-Fr., 5-8, 160) KO 33 Peter yoder (Jr., 6-4, 180) 44 Griffin Trau (R-Fr., 5-8, 160) P 16 D.J. HELKOWSKI (So., 6-1, 232) 44 Griffin Trau (R-Fr., 5-8, 160) LS 39 GRAHAM LATHAM (So., 6-2, 195) SS 39 GRAHAM LATHAM (So., 6-2, 195) H 81 WILL McCOMBS (Jr., ) KR 35 GORDON COLLINS (So., 5-10, 211) 10 CALEB DRAKE (R-Fr., 6-1, 178) PR 13 DAVID JONES (Jr., 6-1, 187) 82 Tyler Wilkins (Fr., 6-2, 180) University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 2

3 SALUTE TO SERVICE DAY: All service members, both active and retired, of the United States military will be honored at Saturday s game as part of Salute to Service. Using the special promo code SALUTE15, military members can take advantage of a special ticket rate of just $15 online at As a thank-you for their service to our country, all military members are invited to Service Credit Union s gameday tent in Wildcat Village to enjoy free food and drinks, courtesy of SCU. UNH vs. Richmond all-time series: New Hampshire has a lifetime record, including 8-3 at home, against Richmond. The Wildcats have won four straight in the series the last three games have been decided by a total of nine points. The Cats prevailed the last time these teams met (Sept. 20, 2014 at UR s Robins Stadium) and won the last time these teams played at UNH s Cowell Stadium on Oct. 13, UNH head coach Sean McDonnell has a 6-4 record vs. UR. The Spiders most recent victory was Sept. 29, 2007 (45-38 at Richmond). The last time Richmond won in Durham was Oct. 14, 2000 (31-10); UNH has successfully defended home field four games since then. Here is a game-by-game look at the series: 09/06/86 A Richmond 38 UNH 12 09/05/87 H Richmond 14 UNH 7 10/08/88 A Richmond 23 UNH 17 OT 10/21/89 H UNH 21 Richmond 7 10/06/90 A UNH 19 Richmond 0 10/12/91 H UNH 34 Richmond 0 10/10/92 A Richmond 15 UNH 7 09/18/93 H UNH 31 Richmond 20 11/05/94 A UNH 42 Richmond 14 11/04/95 A Richmond 7 UNH 3 11/02/96 H UNH 14 Richmond 13 10/10/98 H Richmond 22 UNH 13 [Coach Sean McDonnell: 6-4] 09/25/99 A Richmond 27 UNH 17 10/14/00 H Richmond 31 UNH 10 10/12/02 H UNH 20 Richmond 19 10/18/03 A Richmond 35 UNH 23 10/07/06 H UNH 27 Richmond 17 09/29/07 A Richmond 45 UNH 38 10/09/10 H UNH 17 Richmond 0 09/24/11 A UNH 45 Richmond 43 10/13/12 H UNH 44 Richmond 40 09/20/14 A UNH 29 Richmond 26 Cats vs. Spiders The Most Recent Matchup: In a battle of No. 7 UNH vs. No. 17 Richmond at Robins Stadium on Sept. 20, 2014, Nico Steriti scored on a two-yard rush with 19 seconds left in the fourth quarter to lift the Wildcats to a victory. UNH erased a 10-0 first-half deficit on a pair of short touchdown runs by Sean Goldrich to take a lead into halftime. The Spiders responded with nine consecutive points to take a lead at 1:52 of the third quarter. Goldrich scored on a one-yard plunge and the Cats converted the two-point conversion to go back on top, 22-19, at 10:59 of the fourth quarter. The see-saw battle continued as the home team answered with another TD to take a lead with 6:31 to play. With Andy Vailas at quarterback Goldrich was injured on his previous go-ahead touchdown run the Wildcats marched 75 yards on 15 plays for the game-winning score. Some of the offensive stats were as close as the final score; UNH recorded a edge in first downs and Richmond had a edge in total offensive yards. Goldrich was UNH s leading rusher with 12 carries for 87 yards. He also completed 18 of 25 passes for 212 yards. National Numbers: New Hampshire s defense is No. 7 in sacks with 3.00 per game, which also leads all CAA Football teams. The Cats are also No. 7 in fourth-down conversion defense (26.7%). On special teams, UNH is No. 5 in kickoff returns (25.26 yards per return) and No. 8 in blocked punts (two). In other stats, the Wildcats are No. 13 in fumbles lost (three). Junior running back Dalton Crossan is No. 8 nationally in all-purpose yards per game (164.63), No. 11 in rushing TDs (10), No. 10 in scoring (9.0 points/game) and No. 24 in kickoff returns (25.6 yards/return). Junior Casey DeAndrade is No. 10 in punt returns at 14.0 yards per Tale of the Tape UNH Offense vs. UR Defense Points/game Rush yds/game Pass yds/game Total yds/game /117 (32.5%)... 3rd down... 50/113 (44.2%) 10/18 (55.6%)... 4th down... 8/16 (50.0%) 26:40... Possession... n/a Sacks allowed/sacks per game UNH Defense vs. UR Offense Points/game Rush yds/game Pass yds/game Total yds/game /125 (40.0%)... 3rd down... 45/97 (46.4%) 4/14 (26.7%)... 4th down... 4/4 (100.0%) n/a... Possession... 33: Sacks per game/sacks allowed CAA Football Standings Team Conference Overall 2014 Richmond (5-3) William & Mary (4-4) James Madison (6-2) Towson (2-6) Villanova (7-1) Maine (4-4) UNH (8-0) Delaware (4-4) Elon (0-8) Albany (3-5) Rhode Island (1-7) Stony Brook (4-4) THIS WEEK S CAA SCHEDULE Time * Albany at Delaware 12 pm * William & Mary at Elon 12 pm * Villanova at Rhode Island 12:30 pm * Richmond at UNH 3 pm * Towson at Maine 7 pm Howard at Stony Brook 1 pm * CAA conference game Last WEEK S CAA Results * Elon 21, at Stony Brook 7 * at UNH 20, Rhode Island 17 * at Towson 19, Delaware 0 * at Richmond 38, Albany 31 * at William & Mary 44, James Madison 41 * at Villanova 13, Maine 3 University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 3

4 return. Junior defensive end Cam Shorey is No. 17 in the nation (third in the CAA) in sacks per game at 0.75; Shorey has a team-high six sacks in eight games. Redshirt freshman Jared Kuehl is No. 7 in blocked kicks with two. Dominant in The Dungeon: New Hampshire s Cowell Stadium has been called The Dungeon, a fittingly foreboding nickname for the opposition. In three games this season, UNH is 3-0 at home and has outscored the opposition , including 45-3 in the first quarter and 9-0 in the fourth quarter. UNH had an 8-1 record at The Dungeon last year as part of a programrecord 14-game win streak that included a perfect 6-0 mark in the 2013 season. The streak ended with a loss to Illinois State University in the Dec. 20, 2014 NCAA semifinal game. In the 14-game win streak at The Dungeon, the Wildcats outscored the opposition 571 to 253 (40.8 points/game to 18.1 points/game) with eight games of 40+ points, including three 50+ efforts (59 vs. Rhode Island on Oct. 12, 2013). Since the start of the 2007 season, the Wildcats are 45-5 at Cowell Stadium for an.900 win percentage. UNH has won 10 consecutive CAA home games with a 4-0 record in both the 2013 and 2014 seasons and two wins this year (vs. Elon and Rhode Island). The most recent conference home loss was Nov. 17, 2012 (64-35 to Towson University). New Hampshire has also had tremendous success at home against non-conference teams the past decade-plus ( ) with a 20-2 record that included 16 consecutive wins. Prior to the NCAA playoff loss to ISU, the last time a non-conference team left Cowell Stadium as the victor was Dec. 3, 2005, when Northern Iowa escaped with a win in an NCAA quarterfinal win. The last time UNH lost a regular-season home game to a non-conference opponent was Nov. 11, 2000 (38-35 to Gardner-Webb). Since then, the Cats have won 19 consecutive regular-season home games against non-conference foes. The Breakdown Home vs. The Road: Here is a breakdown of UNH s stats at Cowell Stadium (three games) and on the road (five games): Home Road Record Scoring offense Scoring defense Offense ypg Defense ypg Turnover margin +6-5 UNH s offensive stats leaders in The Dungeon are: Dalton Crossan with 50 carries for 328 yards, which calculates to 6.6 yards per carry and rushing yards per game, and six TDs; Crossan also has a team-high 122 receiving yards (9 catches) and two TDs; Jordan Powell with 12 catches for 121 yards and two TDs; Jared Allison with nine receptions for 107 yards. The defensive stats leaders are: Casey DeAndrade with 19 tackles, 3.5 tackles for a loss, and an interception; Jullian Turner with 14 tackles, one forced fumble and a fumble recovery; and Cam Shorey with three sacks (nine tackles). Second Half Shutdown: UNH s defense was dominant in last week s victory against Rhode Island. The Wildcats shut out the Rams and limited them to three first downs and 29 yards of total offense. The visitors went 3-and-out on 3 of 5 second-half possessions. New Hampshire held URI to 225 total offense in the game to mark the lowest total by an opponent this season. Second Half Stimulus: New Hampshire s offense struggled in last week s opening half against Rhode Island with 76 yards (17 rushing, 59 passing) and one first down. In six possession, UNH had three 3-and-outs and also fumbled on the first play of another drive. The Wildcats roared back in the second half with 20 points, 306 yards of offense (167 rush, 139 pass) and six first downs (6 of 9 conversions). The Wildcats scored on three of six possessions, did not have a 3-and-out, recorded two drives of 10+ plays. The Cats led with 3:43 remaining and gained possession at the URI 40. UNH converted a pair of third downs and then ran three kneel-down plays to secure the victory. UNH S RECORD WHEN Playing at home Playing on the road Winning turnover battle Losing turnover battle Turnovers are even UNH scores first Opponent scores first UNH leads after 1st quarter UNH trails after 1st quarter Tied after 1st quarter UNH leads at the half UNH trails at the half Tied at the half UNH leads after 3 quarters UNH trails after 3 quarters Tied after 3 quarters UNH back rushes for 100+ yards UNH rushes for 250+ yards UNH rushes for 250+ & passes for 250+ yds UNH scores less than 20 points UNH scores points UNH scores points UNH scores 40+ points Playing on FieldTurf Playing on Grass UNH wins the coin toss UNH receives opening kickoff Opponent receives opening kickoff SEASON HIGHS/LOWS Largest margin of victory...43 vs. CCSU Smallest margin of victory... 3 vs. Rhode Island Largest margin of defeat...30 at San Jose State Smallest margin of defeat...16 at William & Mary Largest deficit overcome in victory... 17, vs. Rhode Island Largest lead relinquished in loss...8 (14-6), at Delaware (31-14) Most points...57 vs. CCSU Fewest points... 6 at Stony Brook Most rushing yards, team...235, 2x, last vs. Elon Fewest rushing yards, team at Delaware Most passing yards, team vs. CCSU Fewest passing yards, team...60 at San Jose State Most yards, team vs. CCSU Fewest yards, team at Delware Most pass yards, ind Riese vs. CCSU Most rushing yards, ind Crossan vs. Elon Longest rushing play (TD), Crossan at William & Mary Longest pass play...52 (TD), Goldrich to Crossan vs. Rhode Island Longest kickoff return... 64, Bryant at William & Mary Longest punt return (TD), DeAndrade at William & Mary Longest INT return... 8, Drummond-Mayrie vs. Elon Longest fumble return... 15, Farrell vs. CCSU Longest field goal... 44, Breda at Colgate Longest punt... 52, Breda vs. Rhode Island Longest scoring pass... 52, Goldrich to Crossan, vs. Rhode Island Longest scoring rush...37, Crossan at William & Mary Most turnovers forced... 5 (5 INT), vs. Elon Most tackles, player... 13, Rowe at San Jose State Most points allowed...43 at San Jose State Fewest points allowed... 8 at Colgate Most yards allowed at San Jose State Fewest yards allowed vs. Rhode Island Most rush yds. allowed at San Jose State Fewest rush yds. allowed vs. Elon Most pass yds. allowed at San Jose State Fewest pass yds. allowed at Delaware November Reign: New Hampshire has won eight consecutive No- University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 4

5 vember games with a split of 5-0 at home and 3-0 on the road, and that includes a 45-7 NCAA first round win against Lafayette in The last November loss for the Wildcats was Nov. 2, 2013 at William & Mary (17-0). 1,000 times two: A pair of UNH Wildcats eclipsed 1,000 career rushing yards in the Oct. 31 home game against Rhode Island. Junior running back Dalton Crossan entered the game with 981 career rushing yards and he surpassed the 1,000-yard milestone in the third quarter with a 10-yard run on 3rd-and-1 from the URI 45. Crossan enters Saturday s game vs. Richmond with 1,095 rushing yards. Senior quarterback Sean Goldrich also surpassed 1,000 rushing yards against the Rams. He entered that game with 956 yards and attained the 1,000-yard milestone on a 22-yard rush on 1st-and-10 from the URI early in the fourth quarter. Goldrich has 1,026 rushing yards. Push Them Back: Junior defensive end Cam Shorey has recorded a tackle for loss every game, including a season-high 2.5 at Delaware. Shorey has a total of 10 tackles for a loss, including a team-high six sacks. October Overview: UNH went 2-2 record in October with a 2-0 mark at home and 0-2 ledger on the road. The Wildcats opened the month with a victory against Elon, had an open week, then lost consecutive road games to 24th-ranked William & Mary (34-18) and Delaware (31-14). before closing with a victory on Halloween Here is a comparison of October stats to the overall numbers: October Overall Record Scoring offense Scoring defense Offense ypg Defense ypg Turnover margin UNH s offensive leaders in October were Dalton Crossan with 68 carries for 387 yards and seven TDs (5.7 yards/carry and 96.8 yards/ game); Crossan eclipsed 100 rushing yards 3 of 4 games; he also had 13 catches for 96 yards (7.4 per catch; 24.0 yards/game); Jordan Powell with 15 catches for 159 yards (10.6 yards/catch and 39.8 yards/game); and Jared Allison with 11 receptions for 88 yards (8.0 yards/catch and 22.0 yards/game). UNH s defensive leaders were Casey DeAndrade with 33 tackles (8.3 per game); Hayden Knudson with 25 tackles (6.3/game); and Akil Anderson with 23 tackles (5.8/game). All-Purpose Performer: Explosive junior running back Dalton Crossan is a versatile weapon and workhorse for the Wildcats. Crossan leads the team in rushes (122), rushing yards (644), receptions (30), kickoff returns (18), kickoff return yards (460) and all-purpose yards (1,317). He has led the team in both rushes and rushing yards all eight games, as well as in receptions four times. Crossan recorded a career-high 226 all-purpose yards Oct. 31 vs. Rhode Island with a breakdown of 114 rushing yards, career-high 66 yards receiving and 46 yards on kickoff returns. Crossan, who did not have 100 yards rushing in his first 24 games, has eclipsed that mark three of the last four games 140 vs. Elon (Oct. 3), 109 at William & Mary (Oct. 17), 114 vs. URI (Oct. 31). Crossan is averaging 80.5 rushing yards per game, 26.6 receiving yards per game and all-purpose yards per game. He has scored 10 rushing TDs, including a season-long run of 52 yards vs. URI, and also caught two touchdown passes. Crossan has recorded at least 100 all-purpose yards every game with a low of 122 (at Stony Brook) and high of 266 (vs. URI). In comparison, the rest of the Wildcats have recorded 100+ all-purpose yards just twice Trevon Bryant with 117 vs. Central Connecticut State and Casey De- Andrade with 114 at W&M. Among active Cats, Crossan is atop the career leaderboard in rushing yards (1,095) and he ranks second in rushes (166), receptions (47) and receiving yards (385). Crossan carried the ball a career-high 22 times for a personal-best 140 yards and four touchdowns another career high in New Hampshire s win against Elon University on Oct. 3. Crossan did a majority of that damage in the first half with 12 rushes for 93 yards and four TDs. In just one half of action vs. Central Connecticut State on Sept. 26, Crossan had 10 carries for 74 yards (33-yard TD), three catches for a career-high 58 yards (48-yard TD) and a 27-yard kickoff return for a total Wildcat Stadium: Reserve your seat The UNH department of athletics has launched of a marketing campaign aimed at establishing a priority system for seat selection at the under-construction Wildcat Stadium for the 2016 season. The campaign will enable fans to reserve season tickets in the state-of-the-art stadium. For a $25 deposit per seat, fans will receive a seat selection priority number in the order in which their reservation is made. The deposit is completely refundable and nonbinding. Current season ticket holders for 2015 football do not need to make a seat deposit at this time; they will be given seat selection priority over the general public. The seat selection process for season ticket holders will be announced at a later date. Details of season ticket packages, including amenities and privileges, will be announced this winter, at which time fans can select their ticket package preference. A Select A Seat event in which fans pick their actual seat location in the new stadium will be announced at a later time. Reservation stations are located throughout Cowell Stadium during home football games this season. Fans can also secure a priority number online at unhstadium.com or by mailing seat reservation deposits to Whittemore Center Arena Box Office, 128 Main Street, Durham, NH of 159 all-purpose yards. Back Under Center: Senior quarterback Sean Goldrich has played three games (all starts at William & Mary, at Delaware and vs. Rhode Island) since returning from an injury incurred the second week of the season (Sept. 12) at Colgate. In the three games, he has completed 51 of 94 passes (54.3%) for 481 yards (160.3 per game), three TDs and three INTs; those numbers calculate to a passer efficiency rating. He has been sacked seven times in three games, but just once each of the last two games. Since his return, Goldrich recorded his best passer rating of vs. Rhode Island by completing 18 of 32 passes for 198 yards and two TDs, the latter two of which are season highs. He registered season highs in both rushes (nine) and rushing yards (70) against URI. Goldrich missed three games at Stony Brook, vs. Central Connecticut State, vs. Elon while rehabilitating from a high ankle sprain. In five games overall this season, Goldrich has completed 78 of 139 passes (56.1%) for 707 yards and four touchdowns; he also has 37 rushes for 124 yards. University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 5

6 In the Sept. 12 game at Colgate, the captain was 17 of 23 for 166 yards and one TD for a pass efficiency rating of Goldrich is on the UNH Top 10 career list in three offensive categories fifth in passing yardage (6,376) and attempts (878) as well as sixth in completions (531). He is also the Wildcats active career leader in rushes (307) and rushing touchdowns (17). In comparison, the three other UNH quarterbacks who have seen action this year have combined career stats of 80-for-136 for 743 yards, seven TDs and four INTs. When Goldrich Starts: UNH has a 19-9 record (.679 win percentage) when Sean Goldrich is the starting quarterback. That includes 9-1 at home, 12-3 in CAA conference games and 5-0 in CAA conference home games. It s Better to Receive: Junior tight end Jordan Powell leads the team with 271 receiving yards on 26 catches (10.4 yards per catch; 33.9 yards per game). Last week against Rhode Island, he had three catches for 41 yards, including a season-long of 20 yards. Powell recorded a personalbest five catches the second consecutive game at William & Mary and finished with a personal-best 53 receiving yards. One game earlier against Elon (Oct. 3), Powell had five catches for 48 yards; those numbers included a four-yard touchdown. Powell has produced consistent numbers with 3-5 catches and 30+ yards in 6 of 8 games. He caught four passes for 32 yards and a score Sept. 26 vs. Central Connecticut State. Seniors Jared Allison and Mike Kelly and sophomore Aaron Lewis- Cenales are the starting wideouts; Allison matched his personal best of seven catches (for 34 yards and a TD) at Delaware on Oct. 24. Neither Kelly nor Lewis-Cenales caught a pass against the Blue Hens. Last week, Allison hauled in three catches for 35 yards and Kelly caught two passes for 11 yards. Allison has 22 catches for 184 yards and two TDs. He has been held without a catch twice this season but bounced back both times; he did not have a catch at Stony Brook (Sept. 19) but then had five receptions for 53 yards against Central Connecticut State; Allison also did not have a catch at William & Mary (Oct. 17), one week before his 7-catch, 34-yard effort at Delaware. Lewis-Cenales recorded career highs in both receptions (four) and receiving yards (58) Sept. 12 at Colgate; he has 11 catches for 116 yards this season. Kelly has recorded a season high of two catches four times this year, including consecutive games against Elon and William & Mary; in seven games, Kelly has nine catches for 92 yards. Freshman Amechie Walker, Jr., who has been in the starting lineup four times, ranks fourth on the team in receiving yards (157) on 14 catches for 11.2 yards per catch. He had a breakout game Sept. 26 vs. Central Connecticut with two touchdowns on two catches, including a season long of 37; he finished with a career-high 56 yards. Redshirt freshman Rory Donovan has 11 catches for 134 yards in seven games. He had a breakout game Sept. 19 at Stony Brook with five catches for 46 yards, including a 17-yard TD reception for his first career score. Donovan subsequently made his first career start one week later against Central Connecticut State; he had one catch for 16 yards. Donovan hauled in a season long catch of 35 yards at William & Mary (Oct. 17). Junior Kyon Taylor caught the go-ahead five-yard TD with 5:46 remaining last Saturday vs. URI; he matched his career high of three receptions (for 12 yards) that game. Taylor made his 2015 season debut Oct. 24 at Delaware and led all Cats with 35 receiving yards (on three catches) with a long of 22. In 28 career games, Taylor has 20 receptions for 207 yards and two TDs. What s My Line: Heading into the season opener, UNH s offensive line had a solid foundation with junior Tad McNeely at center, junior Alexander Morrill at left guard and senior Austin Heter at left tackle. All three were starters last season with both McNeely and Morrill in the starting lineup since they were redshirt freshman. On the right side of the line, juniors Andrew Lauderdale and Curtis Nealer solidified their starting role at tackle and guard, respectively. The blueprint changed quickly, however, when Lauderdale missed the second game and McNeely was injured in that game at Colgate he has been sidelined since with senior George Kallas stepping in at center. Lauderdale started the first, third, sixth, seventh and eighth games; sophomore Will McInerny was the starting right tackle at Colgate and Wildcat Biggest Plays LONGEST PASS PLAYS OF SEASON Date Opponent Play Yards Oct. 31 URI Goldrich to Crossan 52 (TD) Sept. 26 CCSU Riese to Crossan 48 (TD) Sept. 26 CCSU Riese to Walker, Jr. 37 Oct. 17 W&M Goldrich to Donovan 35 Sept. 26 CCSU Knight to Allison 25 LONGEST RUSH PLAYS OF SEASON Date Opponent Player Yards Oct. 10 W&M Crossan 37 (TD) Oct. 3 Elon Crossan 36 (TD) Oct. 31 URI Crossan 30 Sept. 12 Colgate Bryant 28 Sept. 3 San Jose State Crossan 26 (TD) LONGEST RETURNS OF SEASON Date Opponent Type of Return Yards Oct. 10 W&M Punt- DeAndrade 90 (TD) Oct. 10 W&M Kickoff- Bryant 64 Sept. 3 San Jose State Kickoff- Crossan 57 Oct. 10 W&M Kickoff- Crossan 54 Sept. 26 CCSU Kickoff- Bryant 49 in back-to-back games vs. Central Connecticut and Elon. The latest lineman to miss action is Morrill, who did not dress for the Delaware game. Sophomore Jake Kennedy made his first career start at left guard in place of Morrill, who returned to action in the second half of the Rhode Island game (Oct. 31). Senior Safeties: Four senior safeties solidify the defensive backfield with Daniel Rowe, Hayden Knudson, Lamar Edmonds and Keith Parkinson patrolling the secondary. Knudson has started 7 of 8 games this season he did not play in the Sept. 26 home opener vs. Central Connecticut but returned to the starting lineup one week later vs. Elon. He is second overall and first among safeties in tackles with 46 ( ). Knudson tied for the team lead in tackles consecutive games at William & Mary (nine) and at Delaware (11). Rowe was injured during the Sept. 19 game at Stony Brook University and missed three games before returning to action Oct. 24 at Delaware; he finished that game with four tackles, including one for a loss. Rowe has 30 tackles ( ), two forced a fumbles (one each of the first two weeks) and also a blocked PAT in the opener at San Jose State. Edmonds, who has started each of the last six games and 7 of 8, ranks second among safeties and fifth overall in total tackles with 33. He tallied his 100th career tackle with the last of eight tackles Oct. 17 at William & Mary; the eight stops matched his career high. Edmonds recorded his second career interception a play that was featured on SportsCenter Top 10 Plays Oct. 3 vs. Elon. Parkinson, with one start in eight games played, has been credited with 24 tackles; he tied his career high of five tackles vs. CCSU. Sophomore Nick Marino started consecutive games against Central Connecticut State and Elon; in his first career start against CCSU, Marino made the most of the opportunity by recording a personal-best five tackles (4-1-5). He has nine tackles (7-2-9) in six games. Sophomore D Andre Drummond-Mayrie has played in 6 of 8 games; he was a DNP at William & Mary and last week against Rhode Island. Drummond-Mayrie recorded his first career interception against Elon and tallied a personal-best six tackles (3-3-6) one week earlier against Central Connecticut. He has 14 tackles (5-9-14). Excellent Cornering Skills: Junior Casey DeAndrade has established himself as one of the top cornerbacks in the CAA and is on the STATS Watch List for FCS Defensive Player of the Year honors, as well as the CAA Preseason All-Conference Team. DeAndrade leads the team in tackles with 57 ( ), including 5.5 University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 6

7 for a loss. He also has a team-leading seven pass breakups as well as a fumble recovery and an interception. He has recorded 6+ tackles 6 of 8 games. DeAndrade was UNH s top tackler four consecutive games Central Connecticut State (six), Elon (six), William 7 Mary (nine) and Delaware (11). The 11 stops against Delaware matched his personal best established in the season opener at San Jose State. DeAndrade recorded four pass breakups Sept. 12 at Colgate and that included three consecutive plays midway through the fourth quarter in UNH territory with the Cats protecting a 23-8 lead. Senior Dougie Moss has started opposite DeAndrade 7 of 8 games, including each of the last five. Moss ranks third on the team in tackles with 40 ( ). He made eight stops Oct. 17 at William & Mary. Moss recorded career highs in total tackles (10) as well as both solo (six) and assisted (four) tackles in the opener at San Jose State. Sophomore Patrick Mensah made his first career start Sept. 19 at Stony Brook and he recorded four tackles. He made a career-high seven tackles (6-1-7) Oct. 17 at William & Mary and has 26 tackles ( ) in seven games. In the Trenches: UNH s defensive line is led by senior captain Jullian Turner and classmate Rashid Armand in the middle as well as junior Cam Shorey on the outside. Redshirt freshman Jae Wuan Horton has proven capable at the opposite end. Turner has been impressive this season with nine of his 33 tackles recorded behind the line of scrimmage, including four sacks (one each of the first three games); he has also forced a fumble and recovered a fumble. Turner tallied a personal-best six tackles Sept. 12 at Colgate and made five stops three times - vs. Elon (Oct. 3), at Delaware (Oct. 24) and vs. URI (Oct. 31). Shorey leads the team with six sacks and ranks No. 17 nationally with 0.75 sacks per game. He has sacked the quarterback in 5 of 8 games and recorded a personal-best two against Central Connecticut (Sept. 26). Shorey has 30 tackles ( ), including a career-high seven at Delaware (Oct. 24), and one fumble recovery. He is the only Cat who has recorded a tackle for loss every game, including a season-high 2.5 at Delaware. Armand was credited with a career-high five tackles (all assisted) at San Jose State and matched that total with vs. Rhode Island on Oct. 31. Armand made four stops vs. Colgate. He has 23 tackles in eight games. Horton, who did not play Week 2 at Colgate, made a career-high six tackles (2-4-6) last week vs. URI. He recorded four tackles against both San Jose State and Stony Brook. Horton made three stops for a loss at SBU and that included two of the team s four sacks; he also forced a fumble on one of those sacks. Horton sacked the QB again Sept. 26 vs. CCSU to rank third on the team in sacks (three). Sophomore Mike Boryeskne, who did not play last Saturday against Rhode Island, recorded five tackles each of the first three games this season and was credited with four stops against Central Connecticut, Elon and William & Mary. He ranks third among all Wildcat defensive linemen with 28 tackles ( ). He also recovered a fumble at Colgate. Sideline to sideline: In UNH s defensive formation, the two middle linebackers cover the field sideline to sideline. Senior captain Akil Anderson and junior DeVaughn Chollette lead the Wildcats linebacking crew. Anderson the team s top tackler in 2013 and 2014 has had a relatively quiet 2015 season with 37 tackles, which ranks fourth on the squad; he recorded a season-high eight stops Oct. 24 at Delaware, and that came one week after a seven-tackle effort at William & Mary; Anderson made six stops Week 2 at Colgate. Chollette, who has been a DNP the last two games, has 27 tackles; he recorded a season-high eight tackles (3-5-8) at Colgate. Junior Ryan Farrell recorded career highs in solo (four), assisted (five) and total tackles (9) last Saturday against the University of Rhode Island, which marked his second start in as many weeks. In eight games, Farrell has 25 tackles ( ). Special Teams: New Hampshire has a couple of dangerous returners in Casey DeAndrade and Dalton Crossan, which is why the Wildcats lead the CAA in both kickoff returns (25.3 yard average) and punt returns (13.4 yards average). DeAndrade doubled up on CAA First Team honors last season when he was named to not only the All-Conference team as a defensive back but as a punt returner as well. He led the league with an average return Milestone Watch Junior defensive back Casey DeAndrade enters Saturday s game with with 195 career tackles, which puts him five away from the 200 milestone. Senior defensive tackle Jullian Turner has 95 career tackles. Junior running back Dalton Crossan has 2,821 career all-purpose yards. That puts him 179 shy of 3,000. He is averaging 164 all-purpose yards per game this season. Senior quarterback Sean Goldrich ranks No. 6 in career completions with 531. Ahead of Goldrich is No. 5 Mike Granieri ( ) at 564. Senior linebacker Akil Anderson enters the game vs. Richmond with 257 career tackles ( ). With 40 more tackles, Anderson will climb into the Top 10 at a tie for No. 9 with Romande Carter ( ) and Brett Bashaw ( ); both tallied 297 career tackles. Senior safety Hayden Knudson currently has 179 career tackles. of 9.1 yards on 22 returns. DeAndrade had an electrifying 90-yard punt return for a touchdown Oct. 17 at William & Mary. He is averaging 14.0 yards per return with 168 yards on 12 returns. Crossan was slowed by a leg injury much of the 2014 season and returned late in the year primarily as a kickoff returner. His 32.4 yard average on 14 returns gave him a school record. As a redshirt freshman, Crossan averaged 23.7 yards per kickoff return, which placed him fifth in the CAA. Crossan didn t lose a step in the offseason. In the 2015 opener at San Jose State, he had three kickoff returns for 102 yards (34.0 average), including a long of 57. For the season, he is averaging 25.6 yards per return (18-460). Senior Christian Breda held all of New Hampshire s kicking roles kickoffs, placekicker and punter until Morgan Ellman took the position of kickoffs the sixth game of the season at William & Mary. In his first year punting, Breda is averaging 38.3 yards per punt. He has pinned the opponents inside the 20 a total of 11 times and recorded a career-long punt of 52 yards last Saturday vs. Rhode Island (but it went into the end zone for a touchback). In the season opener at San Jose State, Breda averaged 41.6 yards on nine punts, including a long of 51, and had four inside the 20. In the Oct. 3 game against Elon, Breda averaged 40.7 yards on six punts with a long of 50. Breda has connected on 5 of 7 field goal attempts as well as 17 of 21 PATs this season. He made 2 of 3 field goals on a rainy night at Colgate. After drilling the right upright on a 24-yard attempt, he later connected on a career-long 44 yarder and also made a 35-yard attempt. Breda was perfect vs. CCSU with a 24-yard field goal and five PATs. He connected on a 26-yard FG and made 4 of 5 PATs against Elon. Most recently, he missed a 22-yard attempt and was good from 27 yards at W&M. Scouting Richmond: The No. 5/7 University of Richmond Spiders enter the weekend on a seven-game win streak and overall record of 7-1 that includes 5-0 in the CAA and 3-1 on the road. Richmond is coming off last week s victory at home against Albany in which the Spiders led with nine minutes left in the third quarter. One week earlier (Oct. 24), UR knocked then-no. 3 James Madison off the list of unbeaten teams with a road win. Richmond is No. 9 in the nation in total offense (475.8 yards/game), No. 10 in time of possession (33:41) and No. 13 in scoring (37.9 points/ game). On the defensive side of the ball, the Spiders are ninth in turnovers gained (19), including No. 2 in interceptions (14), but allow 26.4 points per game, which ranks ninth in the CAA. Spiders To Watch: Redshirt sophomore quarterback Kyle Lauletta is among the national leaders in a number of statistics No. 4 in yards per pass attempt (9.81), No. 7 in yards per completion (15.19), No. 9 in pass University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 7

8 efficiency (163.1) and No. 14 in passing yards per game (277.3). Junior wide receiver Brian Brown is No. 2 in the nation in receiving yards per game (125.1) and No. 9 in yards per reception (20.86), as well as 24th in receptions per game (6.0). Senior running back Jacobi Green is No. 4 in the nation in rushing touchdowns (12), No. 9 in scoring (9.3 points/game), 15th in yards per carry (6.33) and 21st in rushing yards per game (97.4). Senior wide receiver Reggie Diggs is another offensive weapon with 45 catches for 647 yards and four TDs. Junior defensive back David Jones recorded four interceptions last week vs. Albany and has seven in eight games this season. He also ranks second on the team in tackles with 52. Junior linebacker Omar Howard leads the squad with 77 tackles ( ), including a team-high 4.5 tackles for a loss. Sack Exchange: UNH s defense entered the Oct. 17 game at William & Mary ranked No. 2 in the nation in sacks per game at 4.00 but in the past three games the Wildcats have a total of four sacks; they are currently No. 7 (3.00 per game). New Hampshire recorded three sacks each of the first two games of the 2015 season and upped that total to four sacks the third game at Stony Brook followed by a season-high eight vs. Central Connecticut. Last year, the Wildcats ranked 15th in the nation in sacks per game (2.79) as they recorded 3+ sacks five times in 14 games. Anti-Air Defense: New Hampshire s defense has held the opponent to less than 200 passing yards in 6 of 8 games, including each of the past three games at William & Mary (145), at Delaware (season-low 71) and vs. Rhode Island (104); the previous time an opponent threw for less than 100 passing yards was Nov. 22, 2014 at Maine (92). The Wildcats previously held three consecutive opponents under 200 yards passing when they limited Colgate to 195, Stony Brook to 169 and Central Connecticut State to 117 yards. Elon ended the streak with 244 passing yards (by completing 23 of 52 pass attempts) on Oct. 3. No quarterback has thrown for more than one touchdown in a game against this Wildcats defense. UNH allowed two Stony Brook passing touchdowns, but both QBs threw for one TD pass. IN the (Red) Zone: UNH has scored on 21 of 27 (77.8%) trips inside the red zone this season with 16 touchdowns and five field goals; that means the Wildcats score a TD 59.3% of the time they cross the 20. Last week vs. Rhode Island, the Cats scored on 2 of 3 opportunities with one rushing TD and one passing TD. The only time they did put points on the board was on the last drive of the game, when they advanced to the URI 17 and kneeled down three consecutive plays to run out the clock. Oct. 24 at Delaware, the Wildcats were a perfect 2 of 2 with two touchdowns (one rush, one pass). In contrast, the lowest scoring percentage occurred one week earlier at William & Mary, when the Cats converted 1 of 3 opportunities into points with a 27-yard field goal, missed field goal (22 yards) and end of first half (incomplete 5-yard pass play as time expired). New Hampshire converted all five scoring chances into points Sept. 26 vs. Central Connecticut with three TDs (one rush, two pass) and two field goals. One week later vs. Elon, the Cats scored on 5 of 6 trips with four TDs (three rush, one pass) and a field goal. In comparison, the opponents have scored on 20 of 28 (71.4%) trips into the red zone with 17 touchdowns. Colgate was just 1 of 4 as the Wildcats forced the Raiders to lose the ball on downs three times, and CCSU did not score on its only trip across the 20. The opposition has improved tremendously the past four games with scores on 12 of 14 chances, including perfect numbers the past two weeks (2-for-2 by URI and 5-for-5 by Delaware) and TDs on 5 of 7. Conference Call: New Hampshire ranks fifth in the CAA in scoring offense with 23.9 points per game; in other offense stats, UNH is seventh in rushing (156.2 yards per game), eighth in passing (167.8 yards/ game) and sixth in total offense (324.0 yards/game). On defense, the Wildcats are seventh in scoring (24.0 points allowed/ game), 11th in rushing (210.0 yards allowed/game) and fifth in passing (183.4 yards allowed/game) and eighth in total defense (393.6 yards allowed/game). On special teams, UNH leads the CAA in both kickoff returns (25.3 per NOTABLE PERFORMANCES 2015 Season 100-yard Rushers (reverse chronological order) 114, Dalton Crossan vs. Rhode Island (10/31) 109, Dalton Crossan at William & Mary (10/17) 140, Dalton Crossan vs. Elon (10/03) 100-yard Receivers (reverse chronological order) -- none yard Passers (reverse chronological order) -- none plus Tackles (chronological order) 11, Casey DeAndrade at Delaware (10/24) 11, Hayden Knudson at Delaware (10/24) 13, Daniel Rowe at San Jose State (09/03) 11, Casey DeAndrade at San Jose State (09/03) 10, Dougie Moss at San Jose State (09/03) NOTABLE PERFORMANCES Career 100-yard Rushers (reverse chronological order) 114, Dalton Crossan vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 31, 2015) 109, Dalton Crossan at William & Mary (Oct. 17, 2015) 140, Dalton Crossan vs. Elon (Oct. 3, 2015) 100-yard Receivers (reverse chronological order) -- no active Wildcats yard Passers (reverse chronological order) Sean Goldrich (16x) 214, Sean Goldrich vs. Illinois State (Dec. 20, 2014) 228, Sean Goldrich vs. Chattanooga (Dec. 12, 2014) 240, Sean Goldrich vs. Fordham (Dec. 6, 2014) 285, Sean Goldrich vs. Delaware (Nov. 15, 2014) 330, Sean Goldrich at Rhode Island (Nov. 8, 2014) 212, Sean Goldrich at Richmond (Sept. 20, 2014) 422, Sean Goldrich vs. Lehigh (Sept. 13, 2104) 291, Sean Goldrich at Toledo (Aug. 30, 2014) 276, Sean Goldrich at Southeastern Louisiana (Dec. 14, 2013) 291, Sean Goldrich at Maine (Dec. 7, 2013) 267, Sean Goldrich vs Lafayette (Nov. 30, 2013) 236, Sean Goldrich vs Villanova (Oct. 19, 2013) 241, Sean Goldrich vs Rhode Island (Oct. 12, 2013) 215, Sean Goldrich vs William & Mary (Nov. 3, 2012) 245, Sean Goldrich at Rhode Island (Oct. 27, 2012) 283, Sean Goldrich at Maine (Oct. 20, 2012) 10-plus Tackles (chronological order) Akil Anderson (6x), Hayden Knudson (5x), Daniel Rowe (3x), Casey DeAndrade (2x), DeVaughn Chollette (1x), Kevin McNally (1x), Dougie Moss (1x) 11, Casey DeAndrade at Delaware (Oct. 24, 2015) 11, Hayden Knudson at Delaware (Oct. 24, 2015) 13, Daniel Rowe at San Jose State (Sept. 3, 2015) 11, Casey DeAndrade at San Jose State (Sept. 3, 2015) 10, Dougie Moss at San Jose State (Sept. 3, 2015) 11, Daniel Rowe vs Stony Brook (Oct. 25, 2014) 10, Kevin McNally at Elon (Oct. 4, 2014) 12, Hayden Knudson at Richmond (Sept. 20, 2014) 10, Akil Anderson at Richmond (Sept. 20, 2014) 11, Hayden Knudson vs. Lehigh (Sept. 13) 10, Daniel Rowe at Toledo (Aug. 30, 2014) 10, Akil Anderson at North Dakota State (Dec. 20, 2013) 10, Akil Anderson at Southeastern Louisiana (Dec. 14, 2013) 13, Akil Anderson at Maine (Dec. 7, 2013) 12, Akil Anderson at Albany (Nov. 16, 2013) 12, DeVaughn Chollette at William & Mary (Nov. 2, 2013) 12, Hayden Knudson at Towson (Oct. 5, 2013) 12, Akil Anderson at Lehigh (Sept. 28, 2013) 10, Hayden Knudson at Wofford (Dec. 1, 2012) return) and punt returns (13.4 per return). In five CAA conference games, UNH has been outscored One notable advantage in favor of the opposition is third down conversion; UNH is 22 of 74 (29.7%) while opponents are 32 of 80 (40.0%); the Cats have converted 9 of 17 fourth downs, however, in comparison to 2 of 6 for the opposition. In conference-only games, Dalton Crossan is averaging 85.4 rushing University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 8

9 yards per game (82 carries, 427 yards) with seven touchdowns. He also has a team-high 20 catches (for 130 yards). Senior quarterback Sean Goldrich is 51 of 94 for 481 yards, three TDs and three interceptions; those numbers produce a 54.3% completion percentage, yards per game and a passer efficiency rating. Junior quarterback Adam Riese is 35 of 53 for 274 yards, two TDs and two INTs; those numbers calculate to a.660 completion percentage, passing yards per game and a passer efficiency rating. Junior tight end Jordan Powell leads the team in receiving yards with 175 on 16 catches; that is 10.9 yards/catch and 35.0 yards/game. The defense has been balanced with Casey DeAndrade leading the Cat pack with 37 tackles. Hayden Knudson (31), Akil Anderson (25) and Dougie Moss (25) are next. Both Cam Shorey has tallied six tackles for a loss. Unbalanced Scoring: The Wildcats have outscored the opposition in the first quarter and in the second for a total of in the first half. But the Cats have been outscored in the third and in the fourth (for a second-half total of 91-49). Valuing Possession: Through eight games, UNH is +1 in turnover margin, but the Wildcats have lost the turnover battle each of the last three games at a collective minus-5. The defense has not recorded a turnover while the offense has committed five turnovers (three interceptions, two fumbles) the past three games. The Wildcats recorded a season-best +4 margin Oct. 3 vs. Elon University (win), when the Wildcats intercepted five passes and were intercepted once. The previous week vs. Central Connecticut (win), the Wildcats were +3 with three fumble recoveries and no turnovers committed. The Cats are 2-0 when winning the turnover battle, 1-1 when it s tied and 1-3 when committing more turnovers. Neither team committed a turnover in the season opener at San Jose State (UNH loss), then in the game at Colgate both teams turned the ball over once (UNH win). UNH and Stony Brook combined for five turnovers with the Wildcats throwing two interceptions and losing one fumble and recovering two Seawolves fumbles (UNH loss). Another Wildcat First Down: New Hampshire has extended drives 38 times on 117 third downs (32.5%). The Wildcats have excelled at accomplishing that feat in the second quarter at 14-for-31 (45.2%), but has struggled in the third quarter at 7-for-28 (25.0%). In comparison, opponents are 50-for-125 (40.0%) on third down conversions overall and are 40% or better in 3 of 4 quarters; the best conversion rate is the fourth quarter at 14 of 32 (43.8%), while the lowest is the first quarter at 8 of 27 (29.6%). Return For More: New Hampshire s return units on special teams excelled at William & Mary as the Wildcats averaged 59.0 yards on two kickoff returns and 57.0 yards on two punt returns; three of the four longest returns were recorded in that game ; furthermore, the return teams did not commit a penalty. In comparison, the Tribe averaged 18.5 yards/kickoff return and 3.0 yards/punt return. Trevon Bryant fielded the game s opening kickoff just inside the goal line and returned it 65 yards to the W&M 35 yard-line. On his first punt return of the game, Casey DeAndrade fielded the ball at the UNH 10, weaved his way through a myriad of Tribe defenders and broke free down the right side; he cut back toward the middle 10 yards from the W&M goal line to avoid the last defender and cut into the end zone for the TD. It marked UNH s first punt return for a touchdown since Nov. 30, 2013, when Nick Cefalo scored on an 86-yard vs. Lafayette; The longest punt return in UNH history is 92 yards by Dave Wissman vs. UMass on Nov. 14, With the Wildcats trailing at 12:21 of the fourth quarter, Dalton Crossan attempted to ignite a comeback with a 54-yard kickoff return to give the Cats 1st-and-10 at the W&M 46. UNH drove to the Tribe 10 and kicked a 27-yard field goal to pull within at 9:37. Two Is Better Than One: UNH converted a two-point conversion Oct. 17 at William & Mary when, out of the shotgun formation, redshirt freshman quarterback Trevor Knight rolled to his right and lobbed the ball over a defender to redshirt freshman tight end Matt Torrey in the 2015 season Accolades CAA Offensive Player of the Week Dalton Crossan (10/05) College Sports Madness Offensive Player of the Week Dalton Crossan (10/05) 2015 Preseason Accolades College Football Performance Awards Watch List Sean Goldrich National Performer of the Year STATS FCS Defensive Player of the Year Watch List Casey DeAndrade STATS FCS Preseason All-America Team Akil Anderson (DB) Third Team Casey DeAndrade (DB) First Team College Sporting News Preseason All-America Team Casey DeAndrade Fabulous Fifty College Sports Madness Preseason All-America Team Casey DeAndrade Second Team USA College Football Preseason All-America Team Akil Anderson (LB) Second Team Sean Goldrich (QB) First Team Tad McNeely (OL) Second Team CAA Football Preseason All-Conference Team Akil Anderson (LB) Casey DeAndrade (DB) Tad McNeely (OL) College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA Team Jared Allison Third Team (WR) Akil Anderson Second Team (LB) Casey DeAndrade First Team (DB and PR) Sean Goldrich Third Team (QB) Tad McNeely Second Team (OL) Alexander Morrill Second Team (OL) front of the end zone. It marked the first career points for Torrey. The Wildcats have converted 3 of 4 two-point PAT attempts this season. Knight is a perfect 3-for-3 with one run and two passes. Junior quarterback Chris McCormick missed a passing two-point PAT at Stony Brook. In comparison, the opponents are 2 of 3 on two-point PATs this season; both were pass attempts. Delaware s rush attempt was good and Colgate converted its pass play, whereas W&M s pass attempt failed. Two Isn t Better Than One: Two is not better than one, however, when referencing consecutive losses. New Hampshire lost back-to-back games for the first time since the 2013 season, when the Wildcats lost consecutive road games to Lehigh (34-27; Sept. 28) and Towson (44-28; Oct. 5). Also of note, UNH had not lost consecutive CAA conference games since 2010, when the Wildcats were defeated on the road by both Rhode Island (28-25, Sept. 10) and Maine (16-13, OT; Oct. 2). A Long Way For Nothing: In the Oct. 17 game at William & Mary, UNH closed the first half with a 12-play, 65-yard drive of 2 minutes, 5 seconds but did not score any points as Sean Goldrich s pass to Matt Torrey fell incomplete as time expired. Then on their first possession of the second half, the Wildcats marched 73 yards on 13 plays in 5:48, but they once again came away without any points when Christian Breda University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 9

10 missed a 22-yard field goal attempt from the right hashmarks wide left. Those consecutive drives combined for 25 plays, 138 yards and 7 minutes, 53 seconds with zero points scored. First Half 40: The Wildcats scored 46 first-half points Sept. 26 against Central Connecticut State University with 25 in the first quarter and 21 in the second. The previous time UNH scored 40 points in a half was Sept. 14, 2013, when the Cats put up 40 in the first half vs. Colgate University en route to a victory. The 46 points in a half vs. CCSU marked the highest total by New Hampshire in any half since October 15, 2005, when the Wildcats posted 47 first-half points at the University of Rhode Island; the Cats prevailed Not So Long Ago, But Still Rare: Dalton Crossan ran for four touchdowns all in the first half Oct. 3 against Elon. You don t have to go back too far to find the last time a UNH Wildcat had four rushing TDs in a game because Nico Steriti accomplished the feat in last year s NCAA second round win against Fordham University; Steriti had a split of one TD in the first half and three in the second half. Crossan and Steriti accomplished the feat in a span of eight games. Prior to that, however, it had been since Oct. 25, 2003 since the Wildcats had a player with four rushing touchdowns in a game. On that day, R.J. Harvey found the end zone on runs of 5, 77, 1 and 3 yards to lead New Hampshire to a win at Hofstra University; three of his four scores came in the second half. It had Been A while: The UNH defense, with no interceptions through four games, picked off five passes in Game 5 against Elon University on Oct. 3; the INTs were recorded by five players Akil Anderson, Casey DeAndrade, D Andre Drummond-Mayrie, Lamar Edmonds and Ryan Farrell. The last time the Wildcats recorded as many as five interceptions in a game was Oct. 9, 2010, when they tallied six, including a pick-six, in a 17-0 win against Richmond. New Hampshire was penalized 14 times for 115 yards vs. the Phoenix. The previous time the Cats had 100+ penalty yards in a game was Nov. 16, 2013 at Albany. Defense Gets Offensive: UNH s defense scored its first and only points of the season Sept. 26 vs. Central Connecticut State University when junior linebacker Ryan Farrell picked up a fumble at the CCSU 15 yard line and carried the ball into the end zone for a touchdown. The score extended the Wildcats lead to 25-0 at 1:03 of the first quarter. The last time UNH returned a fumble for a TD was Oct. 12, 2013, when Cam Shorey had a 44-yard fumble recovery vs. Rhode Island. Prior to Farrell s touchdown, the last time New Hampshire s defense scored any points was a 55-yard interception return for a TD by Steven Thames at Elon (Oct. 4, 2014). Wildcat Debuts: Six players made their UNH debut Sept. 26 against Central Connecticut State. Junior wide receiver Garette Craig a transfer from Mesa Community College carried the ball twice for 26 yards, including a long of 19. Redshirt freshman corner back Ismail Asongwed was credited with three tackles (1-2-3) and safety Jason Martinez, another redshirt freshman, recovered a fumble. Two other redshirt freshmen Nick Derocher (tight end) and Dayne Herron (offensive line), and sophomore wide receiver Chris Redding also entered the game. Coach Mac Turns 200: The UNH football team played its 200th game in the 17-year tenure of head coach Sean McDonnell on Sept. 3, 2015 at San Jose State University (43-13 loss). Coach Mac has a career record of (.631 win percentage). Inside the CAA Win Streak: New Hampshire s streak of consecutive CAA conference wins ended at 11 games with a 31-6 loss at Stony Brook University on Sept. 19. (Overall, UNH recorded 12 straight wins against CAA teams, including a win at No. 8 Maine in the 2013 NCAA second round.) UNH went 5-0 on the road and defeated five nationallyranked teams during the 11-game win streak. The Cats ran the table last year with an 8-0 CAA conference record after closing the 2013 season with three straight league wins. The win streak began Nov. 9, 2013 with a against 22nd-ranked James WILDCAT SPORTS RADIO NETWORK: 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 (Manchester), which has been the headquarters for UNH playby-play since 2008, as well as affiliates WQSO-FM 96.7 (Portsmouth) and WPKX-AM 930 (Rochester). Each game is streamed live online at Bob Lipman, a four-time and reigning N.H. Sportscaster of the Year, is in his third season as the Voice of the Wildcats and fourth season with the Network in Lipman is the longtime voice of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats baseball team and former voice of Dartmouth College football. Tim O Sullivan joined the Wildcat Sports Network in August 2014 and will be the color analyst for UNH football games this fall. The award-winning sportswriter from the Concord Monitor has covered UNH football since 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. Wildcat Sports Radio Network WGIR-AM 610 Manchester Flagship WQSO-FM 96.7 Portsmouth Affiliate WPKX-AM 930 Rochester Affiliate WZEI-FM Meredith Affiliate WTSL-AM 1400 Hanover Affiliate WTSL-FM 94.3 Lebanon Affiliate WTSV-AM 1230 Claremont Affiliate Madison University. To quantify New Hampshire s dominance during this stretch, the Wildcats outscored the opposition 384 (34.9 ppg) to 167 (15.2 ppg) and trailed just three times 10-0 at Richmond, 14-0 (2014) vs. Stony Brook (2014) and 3-0 vs. Maine (2014). Prior to this year s loss at Stony Brook, the most recent loss to a CAA opponent was Nov. 2, 2013, when the Wildcats were upended 17-0 at William & Mary. Game 1 11/09/13 at UNH 33, (#22) James Madison 17 Game 2 11/16/13 UNH 37, at Albany 20 Game 3 11/23/13 at UNH 24, (#4) Maine 3 Game 4 09/20/14 UNH 29, at (#17) Richmond 26 Game 5 10/04/14 UNH 48, at Elon 14 Game 6 10/11/14 at UNH 32, (#10) William & Mary 3 Game 7 10/25/14 at UNH 28, Stony Brook 20 Game 8 11/01/14 at UNH 49, (#23) Albany 24 Game 9 11/08/14 UNH 41, at Rhode Island 14 Game 10 11/15/15 at UNH 43, Delaware 14 Game 11 11/22/14 UNH 20, at Maine 12 Wildcats Roar Back vs. URI: UNH scored 20 unanswered points in the second half to erase a 17-0 halftime deficit and defeat the University of Rhode Island, 20-17, at Cowell Stadium on Oct. 31. The comeback began with the opening possession of the third quarter in which the Wildcats needed just three plays to cover 82 yards, the last 52 of which came on a 52-yard TD pass from Sean Goldrich to Dalton Crossan. Crossan s 12-yard touchdown run lifted the Cats within at 8:39 of the third quarter. UNH completed the comeback when Goldrich connected with Kyon Taylor on a five-yard scoring play at 5:46 of the fourth quarter. Notable Numbers vs. the Rams: Dalton Crossan eclipsed 100 rushing yards for the third time in four weeks with 18 carries for 114 yards and a TD. He also recorded a career-high 66 receiving yards on four catches. Crossan s 226 all-purpose yards also marked a personal University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 10

11 best. Ryan Farrell, making his second consecutive start in place of DeVaughn Chollette, recorded a career-high nine tackles to lead all players in the game. He tallied a sack and forced a fumble. Jae Wuan Horton finished with a personal-best six tackles. Rashid Armand matched his high of five tackles. Cats Clawed at Delaware: UNH scored a touchdown near the end of the first half to take a 14-6 lead, but Delaware outscored the Wildcats 25-0 in the second half to record a victory at Delaware Stadium on Oct. 24. UNH yielded 71 passing yards to the Blue Hens, which marked the lowest total by an opponent since Sept. 14, 2013 (46, Colgate). New Hampshire was held to 50 rushing yards, which marked the team s lowest total since Aug. 30, 2014 (37 at Toledo). UNH recorded 183 yards of total offense; the last time the Cats were held below 200 yards of offense was Dec. 20, 2013 (184 at North Dakota State). The Wildcats recorded nine first downs, which marked the lowest total since also getting nine first downs Dec. 5, 2009 at Villanova. Notable Numbers at Delaware: Junior defensive back Casey De- Andrade matched his career high of 11 tackles that he established in the season opener at San Jose State. Junior defensive end Cam Shorey recorded a personal-best seven tackles. Junior wide receiver Kyon Taylor tied her career high of three catches. Freshman wideout Amechie Walker, Jr. also had three receptions to equal his single-game high. William & Mary Gets Special Win vs. UNH: No. 24 William & Mary capitalized on UNH s special teams miscues to record a victory at Zable Stadium on Oct. 17. The No. 19/20 Wildcats trailed midway through the third quarter when they missed a 22-yard field goal that would have trimmed the deficit to three points. On New Hampshire s next possession, Christian Breda mishandled a snap at the goal line and punted a bounding ball to the 17 yard line, which set up the Tribe s 10-yard TD drive that extended the margin to with 19 seconds to play in the third. On the Wildcats ensuing drive, Breda punt was blocked to give W&M 1st-and-10 at the UNH 30. One play later, the Tribe scored a touchdown to build a lead with 12:21 remaining in regulation. UNH s special teams gave the Cats a 7-0 lead at 10:40 of the first quarter when Casey DeAndrade had a 90-yard TD punt return. After the Tribe leveled the score at 7-7, the Wildcats regained the lead, 15-7, on Dalton Crossan s 37-yard TD run. William & Mary scored two TDs to go in front, New Hampshire drove to the W&M 10 with five seconds remaining, but went into halftime trailing by that six-point margin when a pass from Sean Goldrich to Matt Torrey fell incomplete. The Tribe amassed 325 rushing yards on 49 attempts for a 6.6 average, and the home team recorded a edge in total offense; part of that differential can be attributed to UNH s significant advantage of in special team return yards. Cat Nips from Williamsburg: Junior running back Dalton Crossan eclipsed 100 rushing yards for the second consecutive week with 18 carries for 109 yards, including a 37-yard touchdown run that marked the longest carry by a Wildcat this season. Crossan finished with a season-high 186 all-purpose yards that included a 54-yard kickoff return. He led the team with six catches for 23 yards. Junior defensive back Casey DeAndrade recorded a game-high nine tackles, including one for a loss, and two pass breakups. He also had a 90-yard punt return for a touchdown. Junior tight end Jordan Powell matched his career high of five catches for a personal best of 53 receiving yards. Senior safety Lamar Edmonds tied his personal best of eight tackles, the last of which marked the 100th of his career. Sophomore defensive back Patrick Mensah recorded a career-high seven tackles. Elon Torched By UNH: The No. 20/23 Wildcats scored three firstquarter touchdowns en route to a 34-0 lead and victory against the Elon University Phoenix in the Oct. 3 Homecoming game at Cowell Stadium. UNH FOOTBALL ALL-TIME OVERTIME RESULTS Date Opponent Results Sept. 13, 1986 at Delaware W (OT) Sept. 19, 1987 at Boston Univ. W (3 OT) Oct. 8, 1988 at Richmond L (2 OT) Sept. 11, 1993 at Connecticut L (2 OT) Nov. 19, 1994 at Boston Univ. W (2 OT) Nov. 26, 1994 Appalachian State L (OT) Oct. 23, 1999 at South Florida L (OT) Nov. 4, 2000 at Delaware W (OT) Oct. 21, 2006 at Northeastern L (OT) Nov. 18, 2006 at Maine W (OT) Oct. 2, 2010 at Maine L (OT) Sept. 10, 2011 at Lehigh W (OT) Record: 6-6 (Home 0-1, Road 6-5) The Wildcats defense, which had no interceptions through four games, picked off five passes against the Phoenix. Senior safety Lamar Edmonds (Worcester, Mass.) ended Elon s third possession of the game with an interception that was featured as No. 7 on ESPN SportsCenter Top 10 Plays of the Day. Notable Numbers vs. the Phoenix: Junior running back Dalton Crossan recorded career highs in rushes (22), rushing yards (140) and touchdowns (four). He scored four first-half rushing touchdowns, averaged 6.4 yards per carry and eclipsed 100 yards for the first time as a Wildcat as part of 177 all-purpose yards. Junior TE Jordan Powell recorded career highs in both catches (five) and receiving yards (48). His four-yard TD reception gave the Cats a 14-0 lead at 7:34 of the first quarter. Redshirt freshman linebacker Jared Kuehl blocked a punt and recorded two tackles. Junior QB Adam Riese played the entire game. He completed 22 of 32 passes for 163 yards, one TD and one interception. CCSU Bedeviled by New Hampshire: The No. 21/24 Wildcats roared out to a 25-0 first quarter lead en route to a victory against Central Connecticut State University in the Sept. 26 home opener at Cowell Stadium. UNH recorded season highs in rushes (46), rushing yards (235), passing yards (263), total offense (498) and time of possession (31:25). The 9.7 yards per pass and 6.8 yards per play also marked season highs. Defensively, the Wildcats tallied season highs in both sacks (eight) and turnovers (three). Notable Numbers vs. the Blue Devils: Junior quarterback Adam Riese recorded career highs in completions (14), attempts (21), passing yards (188) and passing TDs (three). Junior tight end Jordan Powell recorded a career-high four catches (for 32 yards). Junior kicker Morgan Ellman recorded his first career points when he made a 20-yard field goal at 5:46 of the fourth quarter. Sophomore safety D Andre Drummond-Mayrie tallied a personalbest six tackles. Sophomore defensive back Nick Marino made a career-high five tackles in his first career start. Senior safety Keith Parkinson tied his personal best of five tackles. Redshirt freshman Kyle Reisert made a career-high five tackles, which included his first career sack; he also forced a fumble. Redshirt freshman linebacker Jared Kuehl had a career-high four tackles and also blocked a punt. Junior defensive end Cam Shorey had a personal-best two sacks. Redshirt freshman defensive end Cyrus Boone was credited with a career-high 2.5 sacks, one of which resulted in a forced fumble and UNH touchdown. Sophomore linebacker Antonio Natale finished with a career-high two tackles, including his first career sack. Redshirt freshman Ryan Sosnak tallied his first career sack. UNH Upended at Stony Brook: The No. 13/13 Wildcats surren- University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 11

12 dered 21 consecutive points as Stony Brook pulled away for a 31-6 victory at LaValle Stadium on Sept. 19. UNH closed within 10-6 when Adam Riese connected with Rory Donovan on a 17-yard pass play with 11 seconds left in the first half; it was a 13-play, 80-yard scoring drive. SBU returned the ensuing kickoff 60 yards, however, and the one second on the clock was enough for the Seawolves to score on a 24-yard TD pass to take a 17-6 lead into the locker room. The Wildcats recorded more first downs (18-17), but that is misleading because Stony Brook averaged 5.6 yards per play from scrimmage (in comparison to UNH s 3.6) and the Seawolves averaged 62 yards per kickoff return (UNH: 14.2) as well as 12.7 yards per punt return. In the absence of first-string QB Sean Goldrich, three UNH quarterbacks combined to completed 20 of 40 passes for 178 yards, one TD and two interceptions. Junior RB Dalton Crossan led the Cats in rushes (14), rushing yards (40) and receptions (seven). Donovan finished with five catches for a team-high 46 yards. Defensively, Hayden Knudson and Kevin McNally recorded a teamhigh six tackles. Jae Wuan Horton recorded three tackles for a loss, including two sacks; he forced a fumble on one of those sacks. Cats Claw Colgate: No. 12/15 UNH scored a pair of touchdowns late in the second quarter to build a 20-0 lead en route to a 26-8 victory against Colgate University at Andy Kerr Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 12. The Wildcats recorded 218 rushing yards and 193 passing yards for 411 total yards of offense. The Raiders finished with 336 total yards (141 rush, 195 pass). Sean Goldrich threw his first and only TD pass of the season with a 12-yard strike to Jared Allison at 1:13 of the second quarter. It marked Allison s first receiving touchdown since the 2013 season (Oct. 19 vs. Villanova; 24 games between TD receptions). Career Highs vs. the Raiders: Dalton Crossan led UNH s balanced offense at Colgate with a career-high 96 rushing yards on a personalbest 21 carries; he established his previous high of nine carries in the season opener at San Jose State. Trevon Bryant also recorded career highs in both carries (10) and rushing yards (70) with a career-long 28-yard rush. Aaron Lewis-Cenales finished with four catches for 58 yards, both career highs. Jullian Turner recorded career highs in both assisted (four) and total tackles (six). Mike Boryeskne finished with a line of tackles for the second consecutive week. Cyrus Boone made four stops (1-3-4) in his second career game. Kyle Reisert recorded his first career tackle and ended the game with Neil O Connor recorded his first career catch for two yards. Milestone Made in Hamilton: Sean Goldrich attempted 23 passes at Colgate to increase his career total to 784 and climb to No. 5 on UNH s all-time leaderboard. He supplanted Mike Granieri, who finished with 764 pass attempts. West Coast Recap: The No. 9/7 UNH football team was defeated by FBS opponent San Jose State University at Spartan Stadium on Thursday, Sept. 3. SJSU scored a touchdown on three of its first four possessions and held UNH to a pair of three-and-outs in the first quarter to build a 20-0 lead, and the home team took a 26-7 lead into halftime with a advantage in total yards, 22-2 disparity in first downs and 22:19 in time of possession. Dalton Crossan compiled 163 all-purpose yards (47 rush, 14 catch, 102 kickoff return) and that included a 26-yard TD run. Trevon Bryant had seven carries for 30 yards, including his first career TD on a four-yard run in the fourth quarter. Jordan Powell was the top Wildcat in receiving yards with 33 on three catches. Sean Goldrich completed 10 of 22 passes for 60 yards. Three Cats recorded double-digit tackles. Daniel Rowe led the way with a career-high 13 stops followed by Casey DeAndrade (11) and Dougie Moss (10), both of whom also finished with career highs. Rowe also forced a fumble and blocked a PAT kick. New Hampshire Selected Third In CAA Preseason Poll: UNH, defending CAA champions by virtue of last year s 8-0 unblemished conference record, received five of a possible 24 first-place votes and was selected third overall in the 2015 CAA Football Preseason Poll that was released July 28. Here is the complete poll: School (First-Place Votes) 1. Villanova (14) 2. James Madison (5) 3. New Hampshire (5) 4. William & Mary 5. Richmond 6. Delaware 7. Maine 8. Stony Brook 9. Towson 10. Albany 11. Rhode Island 12. Elon Blue-White Game recap: Junior quarterback Adam Riese completed 12 of 17 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown (one of three scoring drives he engineered), but classmate Chris McCormick was declared the backup to starter Sean Goldrich following the conclusion of the Blue-White Game on Aug. 24. McCormick completed 3 of 8 passes for nine yards. Goldrich, in limited time, was 7-for-14 for 70 yards and orchestrated two scoring drives 8-play, 65-yards capped by his two-yard TD run and 9-plays, 36-yards with a 31-yard Morgan Ellman field goal. Junior running back Dalton Crossan led the ground game with 25 rushing yards on four carries. Sophomore Trevon Bryant had a gamehigh eight carries for 24 yards and had a pair of one-yard rushing TDs. A total of 15 Wildcats caught a pass in the intrasquad scrimmage. Redshirt freshman Matt Torrey had a game-high 49 receiving yards on two catches while sophomore Aaron Lewis-Cenales led the way with four catches (for 46 yards) and the one-yard TD reception from Riese. Freshman DB Matt Sherlock and senior DB Horace Chalstrom tied with a team-high five tackles. Josh Kania, another freshman, was one of six Cats with four tackles, and he recorded three of the defense s five sacks. A Lot To Lose: On offense, UNH lost its top three rushers that accounted for 297 of the team s 509 carries, 1,524 of the 2,373 yards and 28 of 39 TDs. No longer on the roster are running back Jimmy Owens (102 rushes, 638 yards), RB Nico Steriti ( ) and quarterback Andy Vailas (59-332), who played in all 14 games with five starts; he completed 104 of 153 passes for 1,149 yards and 10 TDs. Steriti led the team with 14 rushing TDs and Owens added eight. The Wildcats also lost 4 of 5 leading receivers, including the top two, who combined for 218 of the team s 308 catches, 2,985 of 3,766 yards, and 26 of 28 TDs). The top receivers slot to graduation are R.J. Harris (100 catches, 1,551 yards, 15 TDs), Harold Spears (56-848, four TDs), Steriti (32-232) and Jimmy Giansante (30-364). On the defensive side of the ball, the Cats lost its second-leading tackler in linebacker Shane McNeely ( ) as well as their top two tacklers among linemen in Cody Muller ( ) and Matt Kaplan ( ). The four defensive linemen lost to graduation accounted for 26 of the team s 39 sacks; Muller and Kaplan ranked 1-2 in that stat with 10 and 6, respectively. Classmates Brian Ciccone and Robbie Zauck were the next two sacks leaders with respective numbers of 5.5 and 4.5. NATION-LEADING 11 STRAIGHT FCS Postseasons: UNH has qualified for the NCAA FCS Championship tournament 11 consecutive years, the longest active streak in the nation; the next longest active streak of five is held by North Dakota State. The Wildcats compiled an postseason record spanning the seasons. It all began in 2004 with a first round upset (27-24 win) at Georgia Southern. New Hampshire has a lifetime record in the postseason and that includes in the I-AA/FCS tourney. University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 12

13 The Streak Ends at 162: For the first time since Sept. 6, 2004, the UNH football team was not ranked in the STATS FCS Poll (formerly known as The Sports Network FCS Poll) when it was released Oct. 19. The Wildcats were ranked for 162 consecutive weeks from Sept. 6, 2004, when they entered the poll at No. 19, through Oct. 12, The Cats were No. 19 on Oct. 12 but dropped out following a loss at No. 24 William & Mary on Oct. 17. New Hampshire was ousted from the poll by a slim margin. UNH received 347 points and No. 25 Dartmouth College had 349; in comparison, the team behind the Wildcats (Charleston Southern) totaled 210 points. Montana State exited this week s poll to see its consecutive streak end at 85 weeks. UNH WEEK-BY-WEEK RANKINGS: Week STATS Coaches Preseason / / / / / / / /19 rv rv 10/26 rv rv 11/02 rv -- National Polls STATS FCS Poll (Nov. 2) RankTeam (record) Votes (1st) LW 1. Jacksonville State (7-1) 3953 (139) 1 2. Illinois State (7-1) 3825 (18) 3 3. Chattanooga (7-1) Eastern Washington (6-2) Richmond (7-1) North Dakota State (6-2) Sam Houston State (6-2) Coastal Carolina (7-1) McNeese State (8-0) 2710 (1) Portland State (7-1) 2699 (1) South Dakota State (6-2) William & Mary (6-2) Harvard (7-0) James Madison (7-2) Charleston Southern (7-1) Fordham (7-2) Northern Iowa (4-4) Eastern Kentucky (5-3) North Carolina A&T (7-1) Southern Utah (6-2) 799 NR 21. Youngstown State (4-4) Montana (4-4) Indiana State (4-4) Dartmouth (6-1) The Citadel (6-2) 295 NR Receiving votes:... UNH (9) FCS COACHES POLL (Nov. 2) RankTeam (record) Votes (1st) LW 1. Jacksonville State (7-1) Illinois State (7-1) Chattanooga (7-1) Eastern Washington (6-2) t. McNeese State (8-0) t. North Dakota State (6-2) Richmond (7-1) Coastal Carolina (7-1) t. Portland State (7-1) t. Sam Houston State (6-2) South Dakota State (6-2) William & Mary (6-2) Charleston Southern (7-1) James Madison (7-2) Harvard (7-0) North Carolina A&T (7-1) Fordham (7-2) Southern Utah (6-2) Eastern Kentucky (5-3) Northern Iowa (4-4) Youngstown State (4-4) t. The Citadel (6-2) 83 NR 22-t. Montana (4-4) Montana State (4-4) Bethune-Cookman (7-2) 44 NR University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 13

14 Wildcat active career leaders OFFENSE RUSHING YARDS Rank Player Number 1. Dalton Crossan 1, Sean Goldrich 1, Trevon Bryant Jared Allison Donald Goodrich 226 RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Rank Player Number 1. Sean Goldrich Dalton Crossan 14 t3. Donald Goodrich 2 t3. Trevon Bryant 2 t5. three with 1 RECEPTIONS Rank Player Number 1. Jared Allison Dalton Crossan Jordan Powell Mike Kelly Kyon Taylor 20 RECEIVING YARDS Rank Player Number 1. Jared Allison Dalton Crossan Jordan Powell Kyon Taylor Mike Kelly 197 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS Rank Player Number t1. Jordan Powell 3 t1. Jared Allison 3 t1. Dalton Crossan 3 t4. Kyon Taylor 2 t4. Amechie Walker, Jr. 2 SCORING Rank Player Number 1. Dalton Crossan Sean Goldrich Christian Breda Jared Allison Jordan Powell 20 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Rank Player Number 1. Dalton Crossan 2, Jared Allison 1, Sean Goldrich 1, Casey DeAndrade Trevon Bryant 475 Defense TACKLES Rank Player Number 1. Akil Anderson Casey DeAndrade Hayden Knudson DeVaughn Chollette Daniel Rowe 124 INTERCEPTIONS Rank Player Number 1. Keith Parkinson 6 2. Casey DeAndrade 5 t3. Akil Anderson 2 t3. DeVaughan Chollette 2 t3. Lamar Edmonds 2 t3. Ryan Farrell 2 t3. Hayden Knudson 2 t3. Dougie Moss 2 SACKS 1. Cam Shorey Jullian Turner Akil Anderson Jae Wuan Horton Cyrus Boone 2.5 TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. Akil Anderson Jullian Turner Cam Shorey 16.0 t4. Casey DeAndrade 12.0 t4. DeVaughn Chollette 11.0 Return Yards KICKOFF RETURN YARDS Rank Player Number 1. Dalton Crossan 1, Jared Allison Casey DeAndrade Trevon Bryant DeVaughn Chollette 44 PUNT RETURN YARDS Rank Player Number 1. Casey DeAndrade Mike Kelly Jared Kuehl Jared Allison Horace Chalstrom 11 University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 14

15 Wildcat Career Highs Offense JARED ALLISON, #7, Senior WIDE RECEIVER Receiving Yards 57, vs. William & Mary, 2014 Receptions 8, vs. William & Mary, 2014 Longest 28, at Stony Brook, 2013 Touchdowns 1, 3x, last at Delaware, 2015 Rushing Yards 36, vs. Colgate, 2013 Carries 3, 2x, last vs. UAlbany, 2014 Longest 30, vs. CCSU, 2012 (TD) Touchdowns 1, vs. CCSU, 2012 Passing Yards 12, vs. Delaware, 2014 Attempts 1, 2x, last vs. URI, 2015 Completions 1, vs. Delaware, 2014 Kick Returns Longest 62, at Georgia State, 2012 Punt Returns Longest 9, 2x, last at Rhode Island, 2012 Trevon Bryant, #8, Sophomore RUNNING BACK Rushing Yards 70, at Colgate, 2015 Carries 10, at Colgate, 2015 Longest 28, at Colgate, 2014 Touchdowns 1, 2x, most recent at Colgate, 2015 Receiving Yards 20, at Stony Brook, 2015 Receptions 1, 4x, most recent at Stony Brook, 2015 Longest 20, at Stony Brook, 2015 Garette Craig #34, Junior WIDE RECEIVER Rushing Yards 26, vs. CCSU, 2015 Carries 2, vs. CCSU, 2015 Longest 19, vs. CCSU, 2015 Touchdowns n/a DALTON CROSSAN, #27, Junior RUNNING BACK Rushing Yards 140, vs. Elon 2015 Carries 22, vs. Elon, 2015 Longest 59, vs. Rhode Island, 2013 Touchdowns 4, vs. Elon, 2015 Receiving Yards 66, vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Receptions 7, at Stony Brook, 2015 Longest 52, vs. URI, 2015 Touchdowns 1, 3x, last vs. URI, 2015 Kick Returns Longest 93 (TD), at Albany, 2013 Rory Donovan #81, REdshirt freshman WIDE RECEIVER Receiving Yards 46, at Stony Brook, 2015 Receptions 5, at Stony Brook, 2015 Longest 35, at William & Mary, 2015 Touchdowns 1, at Stony Brook, 2015 SEAN GOLDRICH, #5, Senior QUARTERBACK Passing Yards 422 vs. Lehigh, 2014 Attempts 40 vs. Lehigh, 2014 Completions 27, 2x, most recent vs. Lehigh, 2014 Longest 80, at Rhode Island, 2014 Touchdowns 4, 3x, most recent vs. Delaware, 2014 Interceptions 2, 2x, most recent vs. Lehigh, 2014 Rushing Yards 99, at Southeastern Louisiana, 2013 Carries 21, 2x, most recent at N. Dakota State, 2013 Longest 32, at Southeastern Louisiana, 2013 Touchdowns 3, 2x, most recent at Richmond, 2014 Donald Goodrich, #48, sophomore RUNNING BACK Rushing Yards 54, at Elon, 2014 Carries 10, at Elon, 2014 Longest 16, 2x, last vs. UAlbany, 2014 Touchdowns 1, 2x, last vs. UAlbany, 2014 Receiving Yards 55, at Elon, 2014 Receptions 3, at Elon, 2014 Longest 24, at Elon, 2014 Touchdowns n/a MIKE KELLY, #24, Senior WIDE RECEIVER Rushing Yards 25, vs. Elon, 2015 Carries 7, vs. Colgate, 2013 Longest 20, vs. Elon, 2015 Touchdowns n/a Receiving Yards 51, at Rhode Island, 2014 Receptions 2, 7x, last vs. URI, 2015 Longest 51, at Rhode Island, 2014 Touchdowns 1, at Rhode Island, 2014 Punt Return 27, vs. Dartmouth, 2014 Aaron Lewis-Cenales, #84, Sophomore WIDE RECEIVER Receiving Yards 58, at Colgate, 2015 Receptions 4, at Colgate, 2015 Longest 25, at Colgate, 2015 Touchdowns n/a Trevor Knight, #18, Redshirt Freshman QUARTERBACK Passing Yards 64, vs. CCSU, 2015 Attempts 14, at Stony Brook, 2015 Completions 5, at Stony Brook, 2015 Longest 25, vs. CCSU, 2015 Touchdowns 1, vs. CCSU, 2015 Interceptions 1, at Stony Brook, 2015 Rushing Yards 35, at Stony Brook, 2015 Attempts 8, vs. CCSU, 2015 Longest 24, at Stony Brook, 2015 Touchdowns 1, vs. CCSU, 2015 Chris McCormick, #10, Junior QUARTERBACK Passing Yards 57, at Elon, 2014 Attempts 9, at Elon, 2014 Completions 6, vs. Dartmouth, 2014 Longest 24, at Elon, 2014 Touchdowns 1, at Elon, 2014 Interceptions n/a Rushing Yards 47, at Elon, 2014 Attempts 8, at Elon, 2014 Longest 13, 3x last at San Jose State, 2015 Touchdowns n/a Neil O Connor, #82, Redshirt freshman WIDE RECEIVER Receiving Yards 24, vs. Elon, 2015 Receptions 3, vs. Elon, 2015 Longest 13, at William & Mary, 2015 Touchdowns n/a Rushing Yards 12, at San Jose State, 2015 Attempts 1, 2x, last vs. CCSU, 2015 Longest 12, at San Jose State, 2015 Touchdowns n/a Anthony Pante, #86, Junior WIDE RECEIVER Receiving Yards 9, at Rhode Island, 2014 Receptions 1, 2x, last at Rhode Island, 2014 Longest 9, at Rhode Island, 2014 Touchdowns n/a University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 15

16 Wildcat Career Highs Offense/Defense Jordan Powell, #87, Junior TIGHT END Receiving Yards 53, at William & Mary, 2015 Receptions 5, 2x, last at William & Mary, 2015 Longest 20, vs. URI, 2015 Touchdowns 1, 3x, last vs. Elon, 2015 ADAM RIESE, #14, Junior QUARTERBACK Passing Yards 188, vs. CCSU, 2015 Attempts 32, vs. Elon, 2015 Completions 22, vs. Elon, 2015 Longest 48, vs. CCSU, 2015 Touchdowns 3, vs. CCSU, 2015 Interceptions 1, 2x, last vs. Elon, 2015 Rushing Yards 27, vs. CCSU, 2015 Attempts 9, vs. Elon, 2015 Longest 26, vs. CCSU, 2015 Touchdowns n/a Cody Rothwell, #32, Junior Running Back Rushing Yards 17, vs. CCSU, 2015 Attempts 7, vs. CCSU, 2015 Longest 6, vs. CCSU, 2015 Touchdowns n/a Receiving Yards 15, at Stony Brook, 2015 Receptions 1, at Stony Brook, 2015 Longest 15, at Stony Brook, 2015 Touchdowns n/a Kyon Taylor, #6, junior wide receiver Receiving Yards 50, vs. Lehigh, 2014 Receptions 3, 3x, last vs. URI, 2015 Longest 37, vs. Lehigh, 2014 Touchdowns 1, x2, last vs. URI, 2015 Amechie Walker, Jr., #83, freshman WIDE RECEIVER Receiving Yards 56, vs. CCSU, 2015 Receptions 3, 3x, last at Delaware, 2015 Longest 37, vs. CCSU, 2015 Touchdowns 2, vs. CCSU, 2015 Rushing Yards 12, 2x, last at William & Mary, 2015 Attempts 2, at Stony Brook, 2015 Longest 12, 2x, last at William & Mary, 2015 Touchdowns n/a CAREER HIGHS: Defense AKIL ANDERSON, #42, SENIOR LINEBACKER Tackles Solo 12, at Lehigh, 2013 Assist 12, at Maine (NCAAs), 2013 Total 13, at Maine (NCAAs), 2013 Sacks 2, at William & Mary, 2013 Fumble Rec. 1, at Old Dominion, 2012 Interceptions 1, 2x, las vs. Elon, 2015 Interception return 28, vs. UAlbany, 2014 RASHID ARMAND, #90, SENIOR DEFENSIVE TACKLE Tackles Solo 4, vs. Dartmouth, 2014 Assist 5, at San Jose State, 2015 Total 5, x2, last vs. URI, 2015 Sacks 1, vs. Lafayette, 2013 Ismail Asongwed, #7, Redshirt Freshman Corner BACK Tackles Solo 1, vs. CCSU Assist 2, vs. CCSU, 2015 Total 3, vs. CCSU, 2015 KALIL BAILEY, #35, SENIOR DEFENSIVE BACK Tackles Solo 3, at Elon, 2014 Assist 1, 2x, last vs. Elon, 2015 Total 3, at Elon, 2014 Cyrus Boone, #68, Redshirt Freshman Defensive Line Tackles Solo 1, 3x, most recent vs. CSU, 2015 Assist 3, at Colgate, 2015 Total 4, at Colgate, 2015 Sacks 1.5, vs. CCSU, 2015 Mike Boryeskne, #94, SOPHOMORE defensive end Tackles Solo 4, at William & Mary, 2015 Assist 3, 2x, most recent at Colgate, 2015 Total 5, 3x, most recent at Stony Brook, 2015 Sacks 1, at Rhode Island, 2014 Marquis Carr, #45, SOPHOMORE Cornerback Tackles Solo 2, at Rhode Island, 2014 Assist 1, 2x, last vs. Fordham, 2014 Total 3, at Rhode Island, 2014 Fumbles Forced 1, vs. Rhode Island, 2015 HORACE CHALSTROM, #41, SeNIOR DEFENSIVE BACK Tackles Solo 2, 4x, last at William & Mary, 2015 Assist 2, vs. Fordham, 2014 Total 3, 2x, last at Elon, 2014 DeVAUGHN CHOLLETTE, #56, JUNIOR LINEBACKER Tackles Solo 7, vs. Stony Brook, 2014 Assist 7, at William & Mary, 2013 Total 12, at William & Mary, 2013 Sacks 1, 2x, last vs. Delaware, 2014 Fumbles Forced 1, vs. James Madison, 2013 Interceptions 1, vs. Lehigh, 2014 Interception Return 33 yds, vs. Lehigh, 2014 CASEY DeANDRADE, #28, JUNIOR CORNERBACK Tackles Solo 10, at San Jose State, 2015 Assist 5, at UAlbany, 2013 Total 11, 2x, last at Delaware, 2015 Sacks 1, 2x, last vs. CCSU, 2015 University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 16

17 Career Highs Defense Interceptions 1, 6x, last vs. Elon, 2015 Fumble forced 1, at Rhode Island, 2014 Fumble recovered 2, at Maine, 2014 Kick Returns Longest 28, vs. Stony Brook, 2014 Punt Returns Longest 39, at Elon, 2014 D Andre Drummond-Mayrie, #4, SOPHOMORE Safety Tackles Solo 3, 3x, last vs. CCSU, 2015 Assist 3, 2x, last vs. Elon, 2015 Total 6, vs. CCSU, 2015 LAMAR EDMONDS, #1, SENIOR SAFETY Tackles Solo 6, vs. Villanova, 2013 Assist 5, 2x, last at William & Mary, 2015 Total 8, 2x, last at William & Mary, 2015 Interceptions 1, 2x last vs. Elon, 2015 Fumbles Forced 1, at Old Dominion, 2012 Blocked Kicks Total 1, vs. Richmond, 2012 RYAN FARRELL, #49, JUNIOR LINEBACKER Tackles Solo 4, vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Assist 5, vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Total 9, vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Interceptions 1, vs. Elon, 2015 Fumbles Forced 1, vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Fumbles recovered 1, vs. CCSU, 2015 Long fumble return 15 (TD), vs. CCSU, 2015 Odaine Franklyn, #59, sophomore Defensive end Tackles Solo 1, vs. Delaware, 2014 Assist 1, at Rhode Island, 2014 Total 1, 2x, most recent vs. Delaware, 2014 Rick Holt, #72, SOPHOMORE Defensive Tackle Tackles Solo 2, vs. UAlbany, 2014 Assist n/a Total 2, vs. UAlbany, 2014 Sacks 1, 2x last vs. Elon, 2015 Jae Wuan Horton, #91, Redshirt Freshman Defensive End Tackles Solo 3, 3x, last at Delaware, 2015 Assist 4, vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Total 6, vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Sacks 2.0, at Stony Brook, 2015 Forced fumbles 1, at Stony Brook, 2015 HAYDEN KNUDSON, #46, SENIOR SAFETY Tackles Solo 11, vs. Lehigh, 2014 Assist 8, at Towson, 2013 Total 12, 2x, last at Richmond, 2014 Sacks 1.0 vs. Fordham, 2014 Interceptions 1, 2x, last vs. Colgate, 2013 Fumbles Forced 1, 3x, last at Richmond, 2014 Fumbles Rec. 1, 2x, last vs. Delaware, 2014 Jared Kuehl, #58, Redshirt Freshman LINEBACKER Tackles Solo 3, vs. CCSU, 2015 Assist 2, at Stony Brook, 2015 Total 3, vs. Rhode Island 2015 Blocked kicks (punt) 1, vs. Elon, 2015 Nick Marino, #47, Sophomore defensive back Tackles Solo 4, vs. CCSU, 2015 Assist 1, 2x, last vs. CCSU, 2015 Total 5, vs. CCSU, 2015 KEVIN McNALLY, #57, JUNIOR LINEBACKER Tackles Solo 5, at Elon, 2014 Assist 5, 3x, last at Delaware, 2015 Total 10, at Elon 2014 Interceptions 1, vs. Willaim & Mary, 2014 Patrick Mensah, #9, SOPHOMORE defensive back Tackles Solo 6, at William & Mary, 2015 Assist 1, 7x, last at Delaware, 2015 Total 7, at William & Mary, 2015 Interceptions 1, at Elon, 2014 Interception Return 55, at Elon, 2014 Geno Miller, #26, SOPHOMORE defensive back Tackles Solo 3, vs. Elon, 2015 Assist 2, at Elon, 2014 Total 3, vs. Elon, 2015 DOUGIE MOSS, #23, SENIOR DEFENSIVE BACK Tackles Solo 6, 2x, last at William & Mary, 2015 Assist 4, at San Jose State, 2015 Total 10, at San Jose State, 2015 Sacks 1, vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Interceptions 1, 2x, last vs. Fordham, 2014 Interception return 2, vs. Fordham, 2014 Fumble recoveries 1, vs. Illinois State, 2014 Longest fumble return 3 yds, vs. Illinois State, 2014 Antonio Natale, #55, Sophomore linebacker Tackles Solo n/a Assist 2, vs. CCSU, 2015 Total 2, vs. CCSU, 2015 Sacks 0.5, vs. CCSU, 2015 KEITH PARKINSON, #33, SENIOR SAFETY Tackles Solo 4, 3x, last at Rhode Island, 2014 Assist 3, 2x, last at Rhode Island, 2015 Total 5, 4x, last vs. CCSU, 2015 Sacks 1, vs. Maine, 2013 Interceptions 1, 6x, last vs. Delaware, 2014 Kyle Reisert, #97, Redshirt Freshman Defensive end Tackles Solo 3, vs. CCSU, 2015 Assist 4, vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Total 5, x2, last vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Sacks 0.5, vs. CCSU, 2015 Forced fumbles 1, 2x, last vs. Rhode Island, 2015 DANIEL ROWE, #20, SENIOR SAFETY Tackles Solo 9, vs. Stony Brook, 2014 Assist 7, at San Jose State, 2015 Total 13, at San Jose State, 2015 Fumble recovery 1, vs. Delaware, 2014 Blocked kicks PAT 1, at San Jose State, 2015 CAM SHOREY, #80, JUNIOR DEFENSIVE END Tackles Solo 6, at Delaware, 2015 Assist 3, at San Jose State, 2015 Total 7, at Delaware, 2015 Sacks 2, vs. CCSU, 2015 Fumbles Forced 1 at Maine, 2014 Fumbles Rec. 1, vs. Rhode Island, 2013 (44-yard TD return) Blocked kicks PAT 1, vs. Stony Brook, 2014 University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 17

18 Career Highs Defense/Special Teams Ryan Sosnak, #71, Redshirt Freshman Defensive Tackle Tackles Solo 1, at San Jose State, 2015 Assist 1, 2x, last at William & Mary, 2015 Total 1, 2x, last at William & Mary, 2015 Sacks 0.5, vs. CCSU, 2015 JULLIAN TURNER, #92, SENIOR DEFENSIVE TACKLE Tackles Solo 5, at Delaware, 2015 Assist 4, at Colgate, 2015 Total 6, at Colgate, 2015 Sacks 1.0, 8x, last at Delaware, 2015 Fumbles forced 1, vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Fumbles recovered 1, vs. CCSU, 2015 DAB UKWUANI, #44, SENIOR DEFENSIVE TACKLE Tackles Solo 1, 5x, last at Colgate, 2015 Assist 2, vs. CCSU, 2012 Total 3, vs. CCSU, 2012 Sacks 0.5, 2x, last vs. UAlbany, 2014 CAREER HIGHS: KICKERS/PUNTERS CHRISTIAN BREDA, #99, SENIOR KICKER / PUNTER Field Goals Most 2, 2x, most recent at Colgate, 2015 Longest 44, at Colgate, 2015 PATs Most 6, vs. Dartmouth, 2014 Kickoffs Most 8, 2x, last vs. Delaware, 2014 Punts Longest 52, vs. Rhode Island 2015 Most 9, at San Jose State, 2015 Morgan Ellman, #38, Junior kicker/punter Field Goals Most 1, vs. CCSU, 2015 Longest 20, vs. CCSU, 2015 PATs Most n/a Kickoffs Most 4, 4x, last vs. Rhode Island, 2015 Punts Longest n/a Most n/a Max pedinoff, #93, SOPHOMORE kicker/punter Field Goals Most n/a Longest n/a PATs Most 1, 3x, last at Rhode Island, 2014 Kickoffs Most 2, at Elon, 2014 Punts Longest 54, at Elon, 2014 Most 3, at Elon, 2014 University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 18

19 By UNH The Last Time It Happened... By Opponent 700-Plus Yards Total Offense 700-Plus Yards Total Offense 725, at Old Dominion, Sept. 22, , at San Jose State, Sept. 3, Plus Yards Total Offense 600-Plus Yards Total Offense 646, vs Lehigh, Sept. 13, , at Toledo, Aug. 30, Plus Yards Total Offense 500-Plus Yards Total Offense 544, vs Fordham, Dec. 6, , vs. Chattanooga, Dec. 12, Plus Yards Total Offense 400-Plus Yards Total Offense 487, vs. CCSU Sept. 26, , at William & Mary, Oct. 17, Plus Yards Rushing 300-Plus Yards Rushing 333, vs Rhode Island, Oct. 12, , at William & Mary, Oct. 17, Plus Yards Rushing 200-Plus Yards Rushing 235, vs. Elon, Oct. 3, , at Delaware, Oct. 24, Plus Yards Passing 400-Plus Yards Passing 422, vs Lehigh, Sept. 13, , at San Jose State, Sept. 3, Plus Yards Passing 300-Plus Yards Passing 303, vs Delaware, Nov. 15, , vs. Chattanooga, Dec. 12, Plus Points Scored 50-Plus Points Scored 52, vs Dartmouth, Sept. 27, , at Toledo, Aug. 30, 2014 Shut Out the Opponent Shut Out the Wildcats 17-0, vs Richmond, Oct. 9, , at William & Mary, Nov. 2, 2013 Shut Out Opponent in First Half (not shut out in game) Shut Out UNH in First Half (not shut out in game) 20-0, at Colgate, Sept. 12, 2015 vs. Rhode Island, Oct. 31, 2015 (17-0) Shut Out Opponent in Second Half (not shut out in game) Shut Out UNH in Second Half (not shut out in game) 20-0, vs. Rhode Island, Oct. 31, 2015 at Delaware, Oct. 24, 2015 (25-0) 30-Plus First Downs 30-Plus First Downs 35, at Old Dominion, Sept. 22, , at San Jose State, Sept. 3, Plus Yards in Penalties 100-Plus Yards in Penalties 115, vs. Elon, Oct. 3, , at Towson, Oct. 5, 2013 Held Opponent Under 100 Yards Rushing Held UNH Under 100 Yards Rushing 69, vs. Elon, Oct. 3, , at Delaware, Oct. 24, 2015 Individual Over 200 Yards Rushing Individual Over 200 Yards Rushing 201, Nico Steriti at Old Dominion, Sept. 22, , Chase Edmonds, vs. Fordham, Dec. 6, 2014 Two Individuals Rush for Over 100 Yards Two Individuals Rush for Over 100 Yards Nico Steriti (126), Jimmy Owens (120), at Georgia State, Oct. 6, 2012 Jimmy Hughes (168), Joe Casey (105), at Rhode Island, Oct. 27, 2007 Individual Over 200 Yards Receiving Individual Over 200 Yards Receiving 210, R.J. Harris at Rhode Island, Nov. 8, , Nick Mayers at Old Dominion, Sept. 22, 2012 Two Individuals Over 100 Yards Receiving Two Individuals Over 100 Yards Receiving Harold Spears (128), R.J. Harris (109), vs Lehigh, Sept. 13, 2014 Brian Brown (139) and Rashad Ponder (109), at Richmond, Sept. 20, Plus Yard Run from Scrimmage 70-Plus Yard Run from Scrimmage 77, Andy Vailas vs Towson (TD), Nov. 17, , Kareem Williams, at Delaware, Oct. 24, Plus Yard Pass from Scrimmage 70-Plus Yard Pass from Scrimmage 80, Sean Goldrich to R.J. Harris (TD), at Rhode Island, Nov. 8, , Tre Roberson to Lechein Neblett, vs. Illinois State, Dec. 20, Plus Yard Field Goal 50-Plus Yard Field Goal 52, Tom Manning vs Maine, Nov. 21, , Chris Koepplin at Massachusetts, Nov. 20, 2007 Interception Return for a Touchdown Interception Return for a Touchdown 55-yard, Steven Thames at Elon, Oct. 4, , Tye Smith at Towson, Nov. 12, 2011 Punt Return for a Touchdown Punt Return for a Touchdown 90-yard, Casey DeAndrade at William & Mary, Oct. 17, 2015 Calvin Poole, 29, Sept. 21, 2003, at Rhode Island (*) Kickoff Return for a Touchdown 93-yard, Dalton Crossan at Albany, Nov. 16, 2013 Kickoff Return for a Touchdown 88, Aultman Damarr, Dec. 7, 2013, at Maine Safety Safety vs Dartmouth, Sept. 27, 2014 vs. Colgate, Sept. 14, 2013 Fumble Return for a Touchdown Fumble Return for a Touchdown 15-yard, Ryan Farrell vs. CCSU, Sept. 26, , Brian Boateng vs. Towson, Nov. 17, 2012 Blocked PAT returned for 2 points Anthony Gorrell, at Montana State, Dec. 3, 2011 Blocked FG returned for TD Steven Thames, vs Towson, Nov. 17, 2012 Blocked Punt Return for a TD 9-yard, Horace Chalstrom, vs Dartmouth, Sept. 27, 2014 (*) blocked punt University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 19

20 Combined statistics Date Opponent Score Att. Sep 03, 2015 at San Jose State L Sep 12, 2015 at Colgate W * Sep 19, 2015 at Stony Brook L Sep 26, 2015 CCSU W * Oct 03, 2015 ELON W * Oct 17, 2015 at #24 William and Mary L * Oct 24, 2015 at Delaware L * Oct 31, 2015 URI W Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Goldrich, Sean Knight, Trevor McCormick, C Kelly, Mike Goodrich, Donal Walker, Amechie Allison, Jared Craig, Garette Rothwell, Cody O'Connor, Neil Riese, Adam TEAM Total Opponents Passing gp effic comp-att-int pct yds td lg avg/g Goldrich, Sean Riese, Adam McCormick, C Knight, Trevor Allison, Jared TEAM Total Opponents Receiving gp no. yds avg td lg avg/g Crossan, Dalton Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared Walker, Amechie Donovan, Rory Lewis-Cenales Kelly, Mike O'Connor, Neil Taylor, Kyon Bryant, Trevon Goodrich, Donal Rothwell, Cody Derocher, Nick Torrey, Matt Total Opponents Field Goals fg pct lg blk Breda, C Ellman, Morgan PAT Scoring td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf pts Crossan, Dalton Breda, C Powell, Jordan Bryant, Trevon Allison, Jared Walker, Amechie Knight, Trevor Donovan, Rory Farrell, Ryan DeAndrade, C Taylor, Kyon Ellman, Morgan Torrey, Matt McCormick, C Total Opponents Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Record: Overall Home Away Neutral All games Conference Non-Conference Team Statistics UNH OPP FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing 10 7 TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 26:40 33:20 3RD-DOWN Conversions 38/117 50/125 4TH-DOWN Conversions 10/18 4/15 Interceptions no. yds avg td lg DeAndrade, C Farrell, Ryan Anderson, Akil Edmonds, Lamar Drummond-Mayrie Punting no. yds avg lg tb fc i blk Breda, C TEAM Pedinoff, Max Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg DeAndrade, C Craig, Garette Kuehl, Jared Total Opponents Kick Returns no. yds avg td lg Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Chollette, D McNally, Kevin DeAndrade, C Allison, Jared O'Connor, Neil Total Opponents All Purpose g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared DeAndrade, C Total Opponents Total Offense g plays rush pass total avg/g Goldrich, Sean Crossan, Dalton Riese, Adam Bryant, Trevon Knight, Trevor Total University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 20

21 Overall team statistics Team Statistics UNH OPP SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing 10 7 TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 26:40 33:20 3RD-DOWN Conversions 38/117 50/125 3rd-Down Pct 32% 40% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 10/18 4/15 4th-Down Pct 56% 27% SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS 52 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES (21-27) 78% (20-28) 71% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (16-27) 59% (17-28) 61% PAT-ATTEMPTS (17-21) 81% (20-23) 87% ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game 3/9310 5/11072 Neutral Site Games 0/0 Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total UNH Opponents University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 21

22 Offense statistics Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Goldrich, Sean Knight, Trevor McCormick, C Kelly, Mike Goodrich, Donal Walker, Amechie Allison, Jared Craig, Garette Rothwell, Cody O'Connor, Neil Riese, Adam TEAM Total Opponents Passing gp effic comp-att-int pct yds td lg avg/g Goldrich, Sean Riese, Adam McCormick, C Knight, Trevor Allison, Jared TEAM Total Opponents Receiving gp no. yds avg td lg avg/g Crossan, Dalton Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared Walker, Amechie Donovan, Rory Lewis-Cenales Kelly, Mike O'Connor, Neil Taylor, Kyon Bryant, Trevon Goodrich, Donal Rothwell, Cody Derocher, Nick Torrey, Matt Total Opponents PAT Scoring td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf pts Crossan, Dalton Breda, C Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared Bryant, Trevon Walker, Amechie Knight, Trevor DeAndrade, C Donovan, Rory Taylor, Kyon Farrell, Ryan Ellman, Morgan Torrey, Matt McCormick, C Total Opponents Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg DeAndrade, C Kuehl, Jared Craig, Garette Total Opponents Interceptions no. yds avg td lg Edmonds, Lamar Drummond-Mayrie DeAndrade, C Farrell, Ryan Anderson, Akil Total Opponents Kick Returns no. yds avg td lg Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Chollette, D O'Connor, Neil McNally, Kevin DeAndrade, C Allison, Jared Total Opponents Fumble Returns no. yds avg td lg Farrell, Ryan Total Opponents Total Offense g plays rush pass total avg/g Goldrich, Sean Crossan, Dalton Riese, Adam Bryant, Trevon Knight, Trevor McCormick, C Kelly, Mike Goodrich, Donal Walker, Amechie Allison, Jared Craig, Garette Rothwell, Cody O'Connor, Neil TEAM Total Opponents Field Goals fg pct lg blk Breda, C Ellman, Morgan FG Sequence UNH Opponents San Jose State - 27,(38) Colgate 24,(44),(35) 39 Stony Brook - (32) CCSU (24),(20) - ELON (26) 58 William and Mary 22,(27) - Delaware - 45,(33) URI - (37) Punting no. yds avg lg tb fc i blk Breda, C TEAM Pedinoff, Max Total Opponents Kickoffs no. yds avg tb ob retn net ydln Breda, C Ellman, Morgan Pedinoff, Max Total Opponents Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 22

23 Defense statistics Tackles Sacks Pass defense Fumbles blkd # Defensive Leaders gp ua a tot tfl/yds no-yds int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf 28 DeAndrade, C Knudson, Hayden Moss, Dougie Anderson, Akil Turner, Jullian Edmonds, Lamar Rowe, Daniel Shorey, Cam Boryeskne, Mike Chollette, D McNally, Kevin Mensah, Patrick Farrell, Ryan Parkinson, K Horton, Jae'Wua Armand, Rashid Boone, Cyrus Reisert, Kyle Drummond-Mayrie Kuehl, Jared Marino, Nick Goodrich, Donal Bailey, Kalil Carr, Marquis A Asongwed, Ismai Chalstrom, H Ukwuani, Dab Miller, Geno Bryant, Trevon Sosnak, Ryan Holt, Rick Natale, Antonio A Martinez, Jason Rothwell, Cody Ferreira, Brian Goldrich, Sean Kelly, Mike Crossan, Dalton Total Opponents Fumbles Game-by-game FUMBLES No-Lost SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI Crossan, Dalton Riese, Adam 1-0 DNP DNP Allison, Jared TEAM DNP Bryant, Trevon DNP - Knight, Trevor 1-0 DNP DNP DNP FUMBLES FORCED Number SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI Rowe, Daniel DNP DNP DNP - - Reisert, Kyle Carr, Marquis Turner, Jullian Horton, Jae'Wua 1 - DNP Farrell, Ryan Boone, Cyrus DNP FUMBLES RECOVERED Number SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI Martinez, Jason 1 DNP DNP DNP 1 - DNP DNP DNP DeAndrade, C Turner, Jullian Farrell, Ryan Shorey, Cam Boryeskne, Mike DNP University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 23

24 Game-by-game Leaders OPPONENT Rushes Rush Yds. Catches Receiving Yards Passing Yards San Jose State Crossan (9) Crossan (47) Crossan (4) Powell (33) Goldrich (60) Rowe Colgate Crossan (21) Crossan (96) Allison, Lewis-Cenales (4) Lewis-Cenales (58) Goldrich (166) Rowe, Chollette Stony Brook Crossan (14) Crossan (40) Crossan (7) Donovan (46) Riese (111) Knudson, McNally (6) CCSU Crossan (10) Crossan (74) Allison (5) Walker (67) Riese (199) DeAndrade, Drummond-Mayrie (6) ELON Crossan (22) Crossan (140) Powell (5) Powell (48) Riese (163) DeAndrade William & Mary Crossan (18) Crossan (109) Crossan (6) Powell (53) Goldrich (154) DeAndrade, Knudson Delaware Crossan (10) Crossan (24) Allison (7) Taylor (35) Goldrich (129) DeAndrade, Knudson (11) RHODE ISLAND Crossan (18) Crossan (114) Crossan (4) Crossan (66) Goldrich (198) Farrell (9) Game-by-game Starters OFFENSE OPPONENT QB RB WR/TE WR WR TE LT LG C RG San Jose State Goldrich Crossan Allison Kelly Lewis-Cenales Powell Heter Morrill McNeely Nealer Colgate Goldrich Crossan Allison Kelly Walker, Jr. Powell Heter Morrill McNeely Nealer Stony Brook McCormick Crossan Allison Kelly Walker, Jr. Powell Heter Morrill Kallas Nealer Lauderdale CCSU Riese Crossan Torrey Donovan Walker, Jr. Powell Heter Morrill Kallas Nealer McInerny ELON Riese Crossan Allison Kelly Walker, Jr. Powell Heter Morrill Kallas Nealer William & Mary Goldrich Crossan Allison Kelly Lewis-Cenales Powell Heter Morrill Kallas Nealer Delaware Goldrich Crossan Allison Kelly Lewis-Cenales Powell Heter Kennedy Kallas Nealer Lauderdale RHODE ISLAND Goldrich Crossan Derocher Kelly Lewis-Cenales Powerll Heter Kennedy Kallas Nealer Lauderdale DEFENSE OPPONENT DE DT DT DE LB LB CB WS SS FS San Jose State Shorey Armand Turner Horton Anderson Chollette DeAndrade Knudson Rowe Edmonds Colgate Shorey Armand Turner Boryeskne Anderson Chollette DeAndrade Knudson Rowe Parkinson Stony Brook Shorey Armand Turner Horton Anderson Chollette DeAndrade Knudson Rowe Edmonds Mensah CCSU Shorey Armand Turner Horton Anderson Chollette DeAndrade Marino Parkinson Edmonds Moss ELON Shorey Armand Turner Horton Anderson Chollette DeAndrade Knudson Marino Edmonds William & Mary Shorey Armand Turner Horton Anderson Chollette DeAndrade Knudson Parkinson Edmonds Delaware Shorey Armand Turner Horton Anderson Farrell DeAndrade Knudson Rowe Edmonds Moss RHODE ISLAND Shorey Armand Turner Horton Anderson Farrell DeAndrade Knudson Rowe Edmonds Moss University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 24

25 Participation ## PLAYER GP-GS SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI 43 Accino, Mark 1/ XXX Allison, Jared 8/6 START START START XXX START START START XXX 42 Anderson, Akil 8/8 START START START START START START START START 90 Armand, Rashid 8/8 START START START START START START START START 7A Asongwed, Ismai 2/ XXX XXX Bailey, Kalil 8/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 68 Boone, Cyrus 7/- XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX 94 Boryeskne, Mike 7/1 XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Breda, C. 8/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 8 Bryant, Trevon 7/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX 45 Carr, Marquis 8/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 41 Chalstrom, H. 8/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 56 Chollette, D. 6/6 START START START START START START Craig, Garette 1/ XXX Crossan, Dalton 8/8 START START START START START START START START 28 DeAndrade, C. 8/8 START START START START START START START START 11 Derocher, Nick 4/ XXX XXX XXX... START 98 DiCaro, John 2/ XXX XXX Donovan, Rory 7/1... XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX 4 Drummond-Mayrie 6/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX... 1 Edmonds, Lamar 8/7 START XXX START START START START START START 3B Ellman, Morgan 5/ XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 49 Farrell, Ryan 8/2 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START START 17 Ferreira, Brian 1/ XXX Franklyn, Odain 4/ XXX XXX XXX... XXX... 5 Goldrich, Sean 5/5 START START START START START 48 Goodrich, Donal 7/- XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX XXX 66 Herron, Dayne 2/ XXX XXX Heter, Austin 7/7 START START START START START START START Holt, Rick 4/- XXX XXX... XXX XXX Horton, Jae'Wua 7/7 START... START START START START START START 62 Kallas, George 6/5 XXX... START START START... START START 24 Kelly, Mike 7/7 START START START... START START START START 73 Kennedy, Jake 7/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START Knight, Trevor 5/ XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX 46 Knudson, Hayden 7/7 START START START... START START START START 58 Kuehl, Jared 8/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 75 Lauderdale, A. 5/5 START... START START START START 84 Lewis-Cenales 8/4 START XXX XXX XXX XXX START START START 47 Marino, Nick 6/2 XXX... XXX START START... XXX XXX 4A Martinez, Jason 2/ XXX XXX McCormick, C. 4/1 XXX XXX START XXX McInerny, Will 5/3 XXX START XXX START START McNally, Kevin 7/- XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX 53 McNeely, Tad 2/2 START START Mensah, Patrick 7/1... XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 26 Miller, Geno 3/ XXX XXX... XXX Morrill, A. 7/6 START START START START START START... XXX 23 Moss, Dougie 8/7 START START XXX START START START START START 55 Natale, Antonio 2/ XXX XXX Nealer, Curtis 8/8 START START START START START START START START 82 O'Connor, Neil 8/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 86 Pante, Anthony 4/- XXX... XXX XXX XXX 33 Parkinson, K. 8/3 XXX START XXX START XXX START XXX XXX 93 Pedinoff, Max 1/ XXX Perkins, Isiah 1/ XXX Powell, Jordan 8/8 START START START START START START START START 37 Redding, Chris 1/ XXX Reisert, Kyle 8/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 14 Riese, Adam 6/ XXX START START XXX XXX XXX 32 Rothwell, Cody 6/ XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 20 Rowe, Daniel 5/5 START START START START START 80 Shorey, Cam 8/8 START START START START START START START START 71 Sosnak, Ryan 6/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Taylor, Kyon 2/ XXX XXX 88 Torrey, Matt 6/1 XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX Turner, Jullian 8/8 START START START START START START START START 44 Ukwuani, Dab 6/- XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX Walker, Amechie 8/4 XXX START START START START XXX XXX XXX 64 Zaloga, Mike 2/ XXX XXX University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 25

26 Passing Game-by-game #5 Goldrich, Sean Comp Att Int Pct Yards TD Long Sacked Effic San Jose State Colgate William and Mary Delaware URI TOTALS #14 Riese, Adam Comp Att Int Pct Yards TD Long Sacked Effic Stony Brook CCSU ELON TOTALS #18 Knight, Trevor Comp Att Int Pct Yards TD Long Sacked Effic Stony Brook CCSU Delaware TOTALS #10 McCormick, C. Comp Att Int Pct Yards TD Long Sacked Effic San Jose State Colgate Stony Brook CCSU TOTALS rushing/receiving game-by-game RUSHING No-Yds/TD SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI Crossan, Dalton / / / / / / / / /1 Bryant, Trevon /2 7-30/ /1 3-20/0 7-52/0 5-21/0 4-11/0 DNP 2-4/0 Goldrich, Sean /0 6-19/0 7-31/0 DNP DNP DNP 8--17/0 7-21/0 9-70/0 Knight, Trevor 18-52/1 DNP DNP 5-35/0 8-11/1 DNP /0 1--6/0 McCormick, C. 9-41/0 1-13/0 1-9/0 1--6/0 6-25/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP Kelly, Mike 3-35/ DNP 2-25/0 1-10/0 - - Goodrich, Donal 7-34/0 1-7/0 - - DNP 5-20/ /0 Walker, Amechie 4-31/0-1-12/0 2-7/ /0 - - Allison, Jared 5-30/ /0-2-22/0 1-2/0 - - Craig, Garette 2-26/0 DNP DNP DNP 2-26/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP Rothwell, Cody 8-17/0 DNP DNP /0 1-0/ O'Connor, Neil 2-17/0 1-12/ / Riese, Adam 16-9/0 DNP DNP 4--27/0 3-27/0 9-9/ TEAM /0 1--2/0 1-0/0 DNP 2--2/0 2--2/0-1--7/0 3--5/0 RECEIVING No-Yds/TD SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI Powell, Jordan /2 3-33/0 3-31/0 1-16/0 4-32/1 5-48/1 5-53/0 2-17/0 3-41/0 Crossan, Dalton /2 4-14/0 3-11/0 7-34/0 3-58/1 2--2/0 6-23/0 1-9/0 4-66/1 Allison, Jared /2 2-11/0 4-32/1-5-53/0 1-19/0-7-34/1 3-35/0 Walker, Amechie /2-3-25/0 2-23/0 3-67/2 3-25/0-3-17/0 - Donovan, Rory /1 DNP /1 1-16/0 2-16/0 1-35/0-2-21/0 Lewis-Cenales /0 1-2/0 4-58/0 1-7/0 3-37/0 2-12/ Kelly, Mike 9-92/0-2-30/0 1-8/0 DNP 2-13/0 2-30/0-2-11/0 O'Connor, Neil 7-60/0-1-2/0 1-9/0-3-24/0 1-13/0 1-12/0 - Taylor, Kyon 6-47/1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 3-35/0 3-12/1 Bryant, Trevon 3-27/0-1-4/0 1-20/0-1-3/0 - DNP - Rothwell, Cody 1-15/0 DNP DNP 1-15/ Derocher, Nick 1-12/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-12/0 Goodrich, Donal 2-9/ DNP /0 - University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 26

27 game-by-game all-purpose yards ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Total SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon DNP 4 Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared DeAndrade, C Walker, Amechie Donovan, Rory 134 DNP Kelly, Mike DNP Goldrich, Sean DNP DNP DNP Lewis-Cenales O'Connor, Neil Knight, Trevor 52 DNP DNP DNP Taylor, Kyon 47 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Goodrich, Donal DNP McCormick, C DNP DNP DNP DNP Rothwell, Cody 32 DNP DNP Craig, Garette 26 DNP DNP DNP 26 DNP DNP DNP DNP Kuehl, Jared Derocher, Nick 12 DNP DNP DNP DNP 12 Chollette, D DNP DNP McNally, Kevin DNP Riese, Adam 9 DNP DNP Drummond-Mayrie DNP - DNP Torrey, Matt DNP DNP Farrell, Ryan Game-by-game Return stats PUNT RETURNS No-Yds SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI DeAndrade, C Kuehl, Jared Craig, Garette 1-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP KICK RETURNS No-Yds SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon DNP - Allison, Jared DeAndrade, C O'Connor, Neil Chollette, D DNP DNP McNally, Kevin DNP INT. RETURNS No-Yds SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI DeAndrade, C Anderson, Akil Edmonds, Lamar Drummond-Mayrie DNP - DNP Farrell, Ryan FUMBLE RETURNS No-Yds SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI Farrell, Ryan University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 27

28 Tackles game-by-game TACKLES FOR LOSS UA-A Total SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI Shorey, Cam Turner, Jullian DeAndrade, C Horton, Jae'Wua DNP Boone, Cyrus DNP Rowe, Daniel DNP DNP DNP Anderson, Akil Armand, Rashid Farrell, Ryan Holt, Rick DNP DNP DNP DNP Moss, Dougie McNally, Kevin DNP Knudson, Hayden DNP Chollette, D DNP DNP Boryeskne, Mike DNP Reisert, Kyle Mensah, Patrick DNP Edmonds, Lamar Kuehl, Jared Natale, Antonio DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Ukwuani, Dab DNP - - DNP Sosnak, Ryan DNP DNP tackles for loss & Sacks by game TACKLES FOR LOSS UA-A Total SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI Shorey, Cam Turner, Jullian DeAndrade, C Horton, Jae'Wua DNP Boone, Cyrus DNP Rowe, Daniel DNP DNP DNP Anderson, Akil Armand, Rashid Farrell, Ryan Holt, Rick DNP DNP DNP DNP Moss, Dougie McNally, Kevin DNP Knudson, Hayden DNP Chollette, D DNP DNP Boryeskne, Mike DNP Reisert, Kyle Mensah, Patrick DNP Edmonds, Lamar Kuehl, Jared Natale, Antonio DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Ukwuani, Dab DNP - - DNP Sosnak, Ryan DNP DNP SACKS UA-A Total SJ COLGAT SBU CCSU ELON WM DELAWA URI Shorey, Cam Turner, Jullian Horton, Jae'Wua DNP Boone, Cyrus DNP Holt, Rick DNP DNP DNP DNP Farrell, Ryan Anderson, Akil DeAndrade, C Moss, Dougie Reisert, Kyle Natale, Antonio DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Sosnak, Ryan DNP DNP University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 28

29 Team/Opponents by game TEAM STATISTICS Rushing Receiving Passing Kick Returns Punt Returns tot yds yds td cmp-att-int yds no. yds td no. yds td off Date Opponent no. td lg no. lg td lg lg lg Sep 03 at San Jose State Sep 12 at Colgate Sep 19 at Stony Brook Sep 26 CCSU Oct 03 ELON Oct 17 at William and Mary Oct 24 at Delaware Oct 31 URI UNH Opponents Games played: 8 Avg per rush: 4.4 Avg per catch: 9.3 Pass efficiency: Kick ret avg: 25.3 Punt ret avg: 13.4 All purpose avg/game: Total offense avg/gm: Tackles Sacks Fumble Pass Defense Blkd PAT Attempts a total no-yds ff fr-yds int-yds qbh kick kick rush Date Opponent ua tfl-yds brup rcv saf pts Sep 03 at San Jose State Sep 12 at Colgate Sep 19 at Stony Brook Sep 26 CCSU Oct 03 ELON Oct 17 at William and Mary Oct 24 at Delaware Oct 31 URI UNH Opponents Punting Field Goals Kickoffs long blkd md-att long yds avg Date Opponent no. yds avg tb fc 50+ i20 blkd no. tb ob Sep 03 at San Jose State Sep 12 at Colgate Sep 19 at Stony Brook Sep 26 CCSU Oct 03 ELON Oct 17 at William and Mary Oct 24 at Delaware Oct 31 URI UNH Opponents OPPONENT STATISTICS Rushing Receiving Passing Kick Returns Punt Returns tot yds yds td cmp-att-int yds no. yds td no. yds td off Date Opponent no. td lg no. lg td lg lg lg Sep 03 at San Jose State Sep 12 at Colgate Sep 19 at Stony Brook Sep 26 CCSU Oct 03 ELON Oct 17 at William and Mary Oct 24 at Delaware Oct 31 URI Opponents UNH Games played: 8 Avg per rush: 4.7 Avg per catch: 10.8 Pass efficiency: Kick ret avg: 19.8 Punt ret avg: 6.6 All purpose avg/game: Total offense avg/gm: Tackles Sacks Fumble Pass Defense Blkd PAT Attempts a total no-yds ff fr-yds int-yds qbh kick kick rush Date Opponent ua tfl-yds brup rcv saf pts Sep 03 at San Jose State Sep 12 at Colgate Sep 19 at Stony Brook Sep 26 CCSU Oct 03 ELON Oct 17 at William and Mary Oct 24 at Delaware Oct 31 URI Opponents UNH Punting Field Goals Kickoffs long blkd md-att long yds avg Date Opponent no. yds avg tb fc 50+ i20 blkd no. tb ob Sep 03 at San Jose State Sep 12 at Colgate Sep 19 at Stony Brook Sep 26 CCSU Oct 03 ELON Oct 17 at William and Mary Oct 24 at Delaware Oct 31 URI Opponents UNH Comparison game-by-game First Downs Rushing Passing Total Offense Return Turn- Opponent Score Total Rush Pass Pen Number-Yards Comp-Att-Int Yards Plays-Yards Yards Overs San Jose State / 34 6 / 16 4 / 18 0 / / / / / / 19 0 / 0 Colgate / / / 10 1 / / / / / / / 1 Stony Brook / 17 7 / 9 8 / 8 3 / / / / / / / 2 CCSU / / 8 10 / 6 1 / / / / / / / 3 ELON / / 5 6 / 11 3 / / / / / / / 5 William and Mary / 21 7 / 13 9 / 7 1 / / / / / / / 0 Delaware / 17 3 / 10 5 / 5 1 / / / / / / 60 2 / 0 URI / / 8 8 / 5 2 / / / / / / 83 1 / 0 Totals / / / / / / / / / / 11 3rd Down 4th Down Time of TOP Avg Avg Avg Punting Penalties Opponent Conversions Conversions Possession Margin Yds/Rush Yds/Pass Yds/Play Number-Avg Number-Yards Sacks San Jose State 4-13 / / :24 / 40:36-21: / / / / / / 1 Colgate 8-16 / / :59 / 30:01-0: / / / / / / 1 Stony Brook 4-15 / / :12 / 33:48-7: / / / / / / 6 CCSU 4-14 / / :25 / 28:35 2: / / / / / / 4 ELON 3-15 / / :37 / 25:23 9: / / / / / / 2 William and Mary 5-14 / / :08 / 34:52-9: / / / / / / 5 Delaware 3-15 / / :19 / 37:41-15: / / / / / / 1 URI 7-15 / / :13 / 35:47-11: / / / / / / 1 Totals / / :17 / 266:43-53: / / / / / / 21 Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 29

30 Red Zone Conversions Possession UNH Inside Opponent Red-Zone Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs Failed to score inside RZ Date Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game Sep 03, 2015 at San Jose State L Sep 12, 2015 at Colgate W Sep 19, 2015 at Stony Brook L Sep 26, 2015 CCSU W Oct 03, 2015 ELON W Oct 17, 2015 at William and Mary L Oct 24, 2015 at Delaware L Oct 31, 2015 URI W Totals of 27 (77.8%) Opponents Inside UNH Red-Zone Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs Failed to score inside RZ Date Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game Sep 03, 2015 at San Jose State L Sep 12, 2015 at Colgate W Sep 19, 2015 at Stony Brook L Sep 26, 2015 CCSU W Oct 03, 2015 ELON W Oct 17, 2015 at William and Mary L Oct 24, 2015 at Delaware L Oct 31, 2015 URI W Totals of 28 (71.4%) 3rd-Down Conversions Date Opponent Score Overall 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr Overtime Sep 03, 2015 at San Jose State L Sep 12, 2015 at Colgate W Sep 19, 2015 at Stony Brook L Sep 26, 2015 CCSU W Oct 03, 2015 ELON W Oct 17, 2015 at William and Mary L Oct 24, 2015 at Delaware L Oct 31, 2015 URI W UNH Opponents th-Down Conversions Date Opponent Score Overall 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr Overtime Sep 03, 2015 at San Jose State L Sep 12, 2015 at Colgate W Sep 19, 2015 at Stony Brook L Sep 26, 2015 CCSU W Oct 03, 2015 ELON W Oct 17, 2015 at William and Mary L Oct 24, 2015 at Delaware L Oct 31, 2015 URI W UNH Opponents Time of Possession Date Opponent Score Overall 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr Overtime Sep 03, 2015 at San Jose State L :24 5:28 2:13 5:08 6:35 Sep 12, 2015 at Colgate W :59 10:43 8:13 4:16 6:47 Sep 19, 2015 at Stony Brook L :12 4:41 7:35 7:35 6:21 Sep 26, 2015 CCSU W :25 8:31 7:26 6:02 9:26 Oct 03, 2015 ELON W :37 10:43 5:25 8:51 9:38 Oct 17, 2015 at William and Mary L :08 4:25 8:20 7:00 5:23 Oct 24, 2015 at Delaware L :19 8:51 5:49 4:52 2:47 Oct 31, 2015 URI W :13 4:44 4:15 5:32 9:42 UNH Total 213:17 58:06 49:16 49:16 56:39 0:00 Avg. 26:39 7:15 6:09 6:09 7:04 0:00 Opponents Total 266:43 61:54 70:44 70:44 63:21 0:00 Avg. 33:20 7:44 8:50 8:50 7:55 0:00 University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 30

31 Wildcat Game Highs INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes 22 Crossan, Dalton vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Yards Rushing 140 Crossan, Dalton vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) TD Rushes 4 Crossan, Dalton vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Long Rush 37 Crossan, Dalton at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) Pass attempts 33 Goldrich, Sean at Delaware (Oct 24, 2015) Pass completions 22 Riese, Adam vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Yards Passing 199 Riese, Adam vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) TD Passes 3 Riese, Adam vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) Long Pass 52 Goldrich, Sean vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) Receptions 7 Crossan, Dalton at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) 7 Allison, Jared at Delaware (Oct 24, 2015) Yards Receiving 67 Walker, Amechie vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) TD Receptions 2 Walker, Amechie vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) Long Reception 52 Crossan, Dalton vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) Field Goals 2 Breda, C. at Colgate (Sep 12, 2015) Long Field Goal 44 Breda, C. at Colgate (Sep 12, 2015) Punts 9 Breda, C. at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Punting Avg 41.6 Breda, C. at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Long Punt 52 Breda, C. vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) Punts inside 20 4 Breda, C. at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Long Punt Return 90 DeAndrade, C. at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) Long Kickoff Return 64 Bryant, Trevon at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) Tackles 13 Rowe, Daniel at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Sacks 2.5 Boone, Cyrus vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) Tackles For Loss 3.0 Turner, Jullian at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) 3.0 Horton, Jae'Wua at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Interceptions 1 Drummond-Mayrie vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) 1 DeAndrade, C. vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) 1 Anderson, Akil vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) 1 Edmonds, Lamar vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) 1 Farrell, Ryan vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes 48 vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Yards Rushing 235 vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) 235 vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Yards Per Rush 5.4 vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) TD Rushes 4 vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Pass attempts 40 at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Pass completions 22 vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Yards Passing 263 vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) Yards Per Pass 9.7 vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) TD Passes 4 vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) Total Plays 80 vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Total Offense 498 vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) Yards Per Play 6.8 vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) Points 57 vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) Sacks By 8 vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) First Downs 24 at Colgate (Sep 12, 2015) Penalties 14 vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Penalty Yards 115 vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Turnovers 3 at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Interceptions By 5 vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Punts 9 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Punting Avg 41.6 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Long Punt 52 vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) Punts inside 20 4 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Long Punt Return 90 at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 31

32 Opponent game highs OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes 31 H. Cooper, vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) Yards Rushing 193 Stacey Bedell, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) TD Rushes 3 ERVIN, Tyler, at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) 3 T. Jefferson, at Delaware (Oct 24, 2015) Long Rush 84 K. Williams, at Delaware (Oct 24, 2015) Pass attempts 41 Melville,Jake, at Colgate (Sep 12, 2015) 41 D. Thompson, vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Pass completions 21 Melville,Jake, at Colgate (Sep 12, 2015) Yards Passing 253 GRAY, Joe, at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) TD Passes 1 GRAY, Joe, at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) 1 Melville,Jake, at Colgate (Sep 12, 2015) 1 Joe Carbone, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) 1 C. Bednarski, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) 1 D. Thompson, vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) 1 Steve Cluley, at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) 1 W. McKoy, vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) Long Pass 45 D. Thompson, vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Receptions 7 WINSTON, Tyler, at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) 7 Quazza,John, at Colgate (Sep 12, 2015) 7 Ray Bolden, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Yards Receiving 102 Ray Bolden, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) TD Receptions 2 Ray Bolden, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Long Reception 45 C. Joyner, vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Field Goals 1 CRAWFORD, Bryce, at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) 1 P. Popek, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) 1 F. Raggo, at Delaware (Oct 24, 2015) 1 Rohrwasser, vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) Long Field Goal 38 CRAWFORD, Bryce, at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Punts 8 McHugh, vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) Punting Avg 42.3 H. Windmuller, at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) Long Punt 52 CARRIZOSA, Mich, at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) 52 H. Windmuller, at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) Punts inside 20 5 McHugh, vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) Long Punt Return 39 D. Washington, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Long Kickoff Return 64 Marvin Hart, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Tackles 14 Diener,Kyle, at Colgate (Sep 12, 2015) Sacks 3.5 Victor Ochi, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Tackles For Loss 3.5 Victor Ochi, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Interceptions 2 Marvin Hart, at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes 55 at Delaware (Oct 24, 2015) Yards Rushing 325 at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) Yards Per Rush 6.6 at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) TD Rushes 5 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Pass attempts 52 vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Pass completions 30 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Yards Passing 422 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Yards Per Pass 12.1 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) TD Passes 2 at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Total Plays 88 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Total Offense 707 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Yards Per Play 8.0 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Points 43 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Sacks By 6 at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) First Downs 34 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) Penalties 10 at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Penalty Yards 93 at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) Turnovers 5 vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) Interceptions By 2 at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) 2 at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) Punts 8 vs CCSU (Sep 26, 2015) 8 vs ELON (Oct 03, 2015) 8 vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) Punting Avg 42.3 at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) Long Punt 52 at San Jose State (Sep 03, 2015) 52 at William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015) Punts inside 20 5 vs URI (Oct 31, 2015) Long Punt Return 39 at Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015) University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 32

33 Season & Career / Offense SEASON CAREER Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Goldrich, Sean Knight, Trevor McCormick, C Kelly, Mike Goodrich, Donal Walker, Amechie Allison, Jared Craig, Garette Rothwell, Cody O'Connor, Neil Riese, Adam TEAM Total Opponents Passing gp effic comp-att-int pct yds td lg avg/g gp effic comp-att-int pct yds td lg avg/g Goldrich, Sean Riese, Adam McCormick, C Knight, Trevor Allison, Jared TEAM Total Opponents Receiving gp no. yds avg td lg avg/g gp no. yds avg td lg avg/g Crossan, Dalton Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared Walker, Amechie Donovan, Rory Lewis-Cenales Kelly, Mike O'Connor, Neil Taylor, Kyon Bryant, Trevon Goodrich, Donal Rothwell, Cody Derocher, Nick Torrey, Matt Total Opponents Total Offense g plays rush pass total avg/g g plays rush pass total avg/g Goldrich, Sean Crossan, Dalton Riese, Adam Bryant, Trevon Knight, Trevor McCormick, C Kelly, Mike Goodrich, Donal Walker, Amechie Allison, Jared Craig, Garette O'Connor, Neil Rothwell, Cody TEAM Total Opponents University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 33

34 Season & Career / Defense SEASON CAREER All Purpose g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared DeAndrade, C Walker, Amechie Donovan, Rory Kelly, Mike Goldrich, Sean Lewis-Cenales O'Connor, Neil Knight, Trevor Taylor, Kyon Goodrich, Donal McCormick, C Rothwell, Cody Craig, Garette Kuehl, Jared Derocher, Nick Chollette, D McNally, Kevin Riese, Adam Drummond-Mayri Torrey, Matt Farrell, Ryan TEAM Total Opponents Field Goals att good long blkd att good long blkd Breda, C Ellman, Morgan Total Opponents Punting no. yds avg lg blk no. yds avg lg blk Breda, C TEAM Pedinoff, Max Total Opponents Kickoffs no. yds avg tb ob no. yds avg tb ob Breda, C Ellman, Morgan Pedinoff, Max Total Opponents University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 34

35 Season & Career / Special Teams SEASON CAREER PAT PAT Scoring td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf pts td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf pts Crossan, Dalton Breda, C Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared Walker, Amechie Bryant, Trevon Knight, Trevor DeAndrade, C Taylor, Kyon Donovan, Rory Farrell, Ryan Ellman, Morgan Torrey, Matt McCormick, C Total Opponents Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg no. yds avg td lg DeAndrade, C Kuehl, Jared Craig, Garette Total Opponents Kick Returns no. yds avg td lg no. yds avg td lg Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Chollette, D Allison, Jared McNally, Kevin O'Connor, Neil DeAndrade, C Total Opponents Interceptions no. yds avg td lg no. yds avg td lg Drummond-Mayrie Farrell, Ryan DeAndrade, C Anderson, Akil Edmonds, Lamar Total Opponents Fumble Returns no. yds avg td lg no. yds avg td lg Farrell, Ryan Total Opponents University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 35

36 Game 1: UNH at San Jose State Sept. 3 UNH (0-1) vs. San Jose State (1-0) Date: Sep 03, 2015 Site: San Jose, Calif. Stadium: Spartan Stadium Attendance: Score by Quarters Total UNH San Jose State UNH Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Goldrich, Sean McCormick, C O'Connor, Neil Goodrich, Donal TEAM Totals San Jose State Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg ERVIN, Tyler TUCKER, Thomas POTTER, Kenny GRAY, Joe HANCOCK, Darrio CRAWLEY, Tim Totals Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H 1st 10:34 SJ - ERVIN, Tyler 2 yd run (LOPEZ, Austin kick), : :08 SJ - FREEMAN, Billy 34 yd pass from GRAY, Joe (LOPEZ, Austin kick failed), : :09 SJ - ERVIN, Tyler 30 yd run (LOPEZ, Austin kick), : nd 14:51 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 26 yd run (Breda, C. kick), : :30 SJ - TUCKER, Thomas 13 yd run (LOPEZ, Austin kick blockd), : rd 06:44 SJ - ERVIN, Tyler 1 yd run (CRAWFORD, Bryce kick), : :04 SJ - CRAWFORD, Bryce 38 yd field goal, : th 11:15 SJ - TUCKER, Thomas 1 yd run (CRAWFORD, Bryce kick), : :44 UNH - Bryant, Trevon 4 yd run (Breda, C. kick blockd), : Kickoff time: 7:05 pm End of Game: 10:04 pm Total elapsed time: 2:59 Officials: Referee: Marvel July; Umpire: Rico Orsot; Linesman: George Shoup; Line judge: David Young; Back judge: Robert Lewis; Field judge: Richard Corona; Side judge: Steve Heiman; Alternate: Greg Reid; Temperature: 68 Wind: NW 12mph Weather: Sunny & Clear Replay - John Hansen UNH SJ FIRST DOWNS Rushing 6 16 Passing 4 18 Penalty 0 0 NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns 2 5 Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns 0 1 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside Yards 1 1 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 7 0 KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks 1 1 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 19:24 40:36 1st Quarter 5:28 9:32 2nd Quarter 2:13 12:47 3rd Quarter 5:08 9:52 4th Quarter 6:35 8:25 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 13 9 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Goldrich, Sean McCormick, C Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long Crossan, Dalton Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared Lewis-Cenales Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Breda, C Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Allison, Jared Bryant, Trevon O'Connor, Neil Crossan, Dalton Totals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack GRAY, Joe POTTER, Kenny WATSON, Malik Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long WINSTON, Tyler CRAWLEY, Tim FREEMAN, Billy WILSON, Hansell ERVIN, Tyler TUCKER, Thomas SMITH, Shane HOLMES, Justin HANCOCK, Darrio COTTRELL, Thai Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB CARRIZOSA, Mich Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg ERVIN, Tyler Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result LOPEZ, Austin 2nd 00:05 27 yards Missed CRAWFORD, Bryce 3rd 03:04 38 yards Good Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB Breda, C All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Allison, Jared Powell, Jordan FUMBLES: UNH-None. San Jose State-TUCKER, Thomas 1-0. Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB LOPEZ, Austin CRAWFORD, Bryce All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total ERVIN, Tyler TUCKER, Thomas CRAWLEY, Tim WINSTON, Tyler # UNH Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 20 Rowe, Daniel DeAndrade, C Moss, Dougie Knudson, Hayden Edmonds, Lamar Chollette, D Shorey, Cam Boryeskne, Mike Armand, Rashid Horton, Jae'Wua Parkinson, K Anderson, Akil Turner, Jullian Farrell, Ryan Boone, Cyrus McNally, Kevin Carr, Marquis Goodrich, Donal Sosnak, Ryan Ukwuani, Dab Drummond-Mayrie Bryant, Trevon Totals # San Jose State Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 4 TAGO, Christian IRVING, Isaiah GINDA, Frank McKNIGHT, Mauri CHACHERE, Andre MILES, Vincente OREGLIA, Nick PRUITT, Jimmy WALLACE, Clevel OSSAI, William MANIGO, Alex MONROE, Brandon CONNETTE, Simon POPOVICH, Tony SAUCEDO, Moses TAYLOR, Eugene HAYES, Malik LOUSI, Cedric BRIDGES, Bryson Totals University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 36

37 Game 2: UNH at Colgate Sept. 12 #12 UNH vs Colgate (Sep 12, 2015 at Hamilton, N.Y.) UNH Colgate UNH (1-1) vs. Colgate (0-2) Date: Sep 12, 2015 Site: Hamilton, N.Y. Stadium: Andy Kerr Stadium Attendance: 2988 Score by Quarters Total UNH Colgate Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H 1st 06:22 UNH - Bryant, Trevon 1 yd run (Breda, C. kick), : nd 04:55 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 4 yd run (Breda, C. kick), : :13 UNH - Allison, Jared 12 yd pass from Goldrich, Sean (Breda, C. kick blockd), : rd 06:27 UNH - Breda, C. 44 yd field goal, : th 11:02 COLGATE - Greenawalt,Alex 13 yd pass from Melville,Jake (Quazza,John pass from Melville,Jake), : :04 UNH - Breda, C. 35 yd field goal, : Kickoff time: 6:05 pm End of Game: 8:55 pm Total elapsed time: 2:50 Officials: Referee: Steve Cadorette; Umpire: Corey Landry; Linesman: Ray Renart; Line judge: Will Jeffries; Back judge: Bill Greider; Field judge: Peter Buchanan; Side judge: Duane Burrell; Temperature: 68 Wind: SE 4 mph Weather: Rain showers UNH COLGATE FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty 1 3 NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns 2 0 Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing 4 12 NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns 1 1 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside Yards 0 0 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 1 1 KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks 0 0 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 29:59 30:01 1st Quarter 10:43 4:17 2nd Quarter 8:13 6:47 3rd Quarter 4:16 10:44 4th Quarter 6:47 8:13 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 16 4 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 2 of 6 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Goldrich, Sean Walker, Amechie McCormick, C TEAM Totals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Goldrich, Sean McCormick, C Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long Lewis-Cenales Allison, Jared Powell, Jordan Walker, Amechie Crossan, Dalton Kelly, Mike Bryant, Trevon O'Connor, Neil Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Breda, C Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg DeAndrade, C Crossan, Dalton Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Breda, C. 2nd 13:19 24 yards Missed Breda, C. 3rd 06:27 44 yards Good Breda, C. 4th 02:04 35 yards Good Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB Breda, C All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Lewis-Cenales Walker, Amechie FUMBLES: UNH-None. Colgate-Russell,D Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Melville,Jake Wilkins,John Holland,James Russell,D Totals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Melville,Jake Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long Quazza,John Maddaluna,John Wilkins,John Greenawalt,Alex Wingenroth,C Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Armiento,Nikko Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Maddaluna,John Morgan,Chris Hardegree,C Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Bowman,Jonah 1st 03:32 39 yards Missed Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB Brennan,Duncan All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total Maddaluna,John Wilkins,John Melville,Jake Quazza,John # UNH Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 20 Rowe, Daniel Chollette, D Knudson, Hayden Anderson, Akil Turner, Jullian Edmonds, Lamar Boryeskne, Mike McNally, Kevin Mensah, Patrick Moss, Dougie Boone, Cyrus Armand, Rashid Farrell, Ryan DeAndrade, C Parkinson, K Shorey, Cam Reisert, Kyle Holt, Rick Ukwuani, Dab Goodrich, Donal Bryant, Trevon Kelly, Mike Bailey, Kalil Kuehl, Jared Totals # Colgate Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 38 Diener,Kyle Hardegree,C Washington,K Afriyie,Pat Morgan,Chris Cairnie,Charles Buttermore,C Campbell,Alex Andersen,Ben Field,Brett Mitchell,Curt McCollum,Ty DiChiara,Nick Steffen,Victor Buck,Connor Castillo,Tyler Ford,Josh Totals University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 37

38 Game 3: UNH at Stony Brook Sept UNH FOOTBALL #13 UNH vs Stony Brook (Sep 19, 2015 at Stony Brook, N.Y.) UNH Stony Brook UNH (1-2,0-1) vs. Stony Brook (2-0,1-0) Date: Sep 19, 2015 Site: Stony Brook, N.Y. Stadium: LaValle Stadium Attendance: 7072 Score by Quarters Total UNH Stony Brook Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H 1st 03:14 SBU - Ray Bolden 3 yd pass from Joe Carbone (P. Popek kick), : nd 10:00 SBU - P. Popek 32 yd field goal, : :11 UNH - Donovan, Rory 17 yd pass from Riese, Adam (McCormick, C. pass failed), : :00 SBU - Ray Bolden 24 yd pass from C. Bednarski (P. Popek kick), : rd 09:41 SBU - Donald Liotine 4 yd run (P. Popek kick), : :36 SBU - Stacey Bedell 51 yd run (P. Popek kick), : Kickoff time: 7:04 pm End of Game: 10:16 pm Total elapsed time: 3:12 Officials: Referee: Charles Jeban; Umpire: Bryan Gross; Linesman: Gary Covelo; Line judge: John Bradbury; Back judge: George O'Brien; Field judge: M. Plummer; Side judge: Chris Smith; Alternate: NA; Temperature: 72 Wind: S 8 mph Weather: Partly Cloudy UNH SBU FIRST DOWNS Rushing 7 9 Passing 8 8 Penalty 3 0 NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns 0 2 Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns 1 2 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside Yards 0 0 Touchbacks 0 1 Fair catch 2 4 KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks 0 0 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 26:12 33:48 1st Quarter 4:41 10:19 2nd Quarter 7:35 7:25 3rd Quarter 7:35 7:25 4th Quarter 6:21 8:39 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 15 6 of 17 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 5 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Crossan, Dalton Knight, Trevor Bryant, Trevon Walker, Amechie Allison, Jared McCormick, C Riese, Adam Totals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Riese, Adam Knight, Trevor McCormick, C Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long Crossan, Dalton Donovan, Rory Walker, Amechie Bryant, Trevon Powell, Jordan Rothwell, Cody O'Connor, Neil Kelly, Mike Lewis-Cenales Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Breda, C Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Chollette, D Crossan, Dalton Totals Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Stacey Bedell Donald Liotine A. Anderson C. Bednarski Isaiah White Joe Carbone Totals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Joe Carbone C. Bednarski Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long Ray Bolden D. Washington Pat D'Amato Julius Wingate Steve Marino Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Marc Nolan Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg D. Washington Darin Peart Marvin Hart Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result P. Popek 2nd 10:00 32 yards Good Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB Breda, C All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total Crossan, Dalton Donovan, Rory Bryant, Trevon Knight, Trevor Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB Alex Lucansky All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total Stacey Bedell Ray Bolden D. Washington Marvin Hart FUMBLES: UNH-Bryant, Trevon 1-1; Knight, Trevor 1-0. Stony Brook-Isaiah White 1-1; Joe Carbone 1-1; D. Washington 1-0. # UNH Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 57 McNally, Kevin Knudson, Hayden Boryeskne, Mike Parkinson, K Chollette, D Mensah, Patrick Horton, Jae'Wua Turner, Jullian Moss, Dougie Edmonds, Lamar Shorey, Cam DeAndrade, C Reisert, Kyle Rowe, Daniel Farrell, Ryan Anderson, Akil Boone, Cyrus Drummond-Mayrie Armand, Rashid Kuehl, Jared Bryant, Trevon Marino, Nick Ukwuani, Dab Totals # Stony Brook Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 91 Victor Ochi T. Beverette J. Leggiero Julian Quintin Jake Carlock N. Cheeseboro T. Reid-Segure Ousmane Camara Marquise Dixon Kye Morgan Darin Peart Shayne Lawless Q. Littlejohn Chris Cooper Ryan Sloan Reggie Allen A. Anderson Humphrey Anuh Aaron Thompson Marvin Hart Dakota Everett Totals University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 38

39 Game 4: Central Conn State at UNH Sept. 26 CCSU vs #21 UNH (Sep 26, 2015 at Durham, N.H.) CCSU (1-3) vs. UNH (2-2,0-1) Date: Sep 26, 2015 Site: Durham, N.H. Stadium: Cowell Stadium Attendance: 6215 Score by Quarters Total CCSU UNH CCSU Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg NASH, Cameron PAULDO, Tavion LOFTON, Devon PETERSEN, Mike JEANGUILLAUME D DOLEGALA, Jacob Totals UNH Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Riese, Adam Craig, Garette McCormick, C Rothwell, Cody Knight, Trevor O'Connor, Neil TEAM Totals Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H 1st 09:57 UNH - Breda, C. 24 yd field goal, : :11 UNH - Walker, Amechie 37 yd pass from Riese, Adam (Powell, Jordan pass from Knight, Trevor), : :30 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 33 yd run (Breda, C. kick), : :03 UNH - Farrell, Ryan 15 yd fumble recovery (Breda, C. kick) nd 12:06 UNH - Knight, Trevor 9 yd run (Breda, C. kick), : :14 CCSU - NASH, Cameron 73 yd run (GROTH, Ed kick), : :35 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 48 yd pass from Riese, Adam (Breda, C. kick), : :11 UNH - Powell, Jordan 10 yd pass from Riese, Adam (Breda, C. kick), : rd 00:34 UNH - Walker, Amechie 19 yd pass from Knight, Trevor (Knight, Trevor rush), : :07 CCSU - PAULDO, Tavion 70 yd run (GROTH, Ed kick), : th 05:46 UNH - Ellman, Morgan 20 yd field goal, : Kickoff time: 6:00 pm End of Game: 8:50 pm Total elapsed time: 2:50 Officials: Referee: Tony Stabilo; Umpire: Keith Vaverchak; Linesman: Andrew Smith; Line judge: Alfred Lucia Jr; Back judge: Steve Westrick; Field judge: Rohann Vidal; Side judge: Tim Gallagher; Temperature: Wind: Weather: CCSU UNH FIRST DOWNS Rushing 8 11 Passing 6 10 Penalty 2 1 NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns 2 2 Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns 0 4 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside Yards 0 0 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 1 3 KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks 0 0 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 28:35 31:25 1st Quarter 6:29 8:31 2nd Quarter 7:34 7:26 3rd Quarter 8:58 6:02 4th Quarter 5:34 9:26 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 17 4 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack DOLEGALA, Jacob PAULDO, Tavion Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long PETERSEN, Mike HEBERT, Dan NASH, Cameron LOFTON, Devon RUSH, Courtney SMITH, KJ JENKINS, Xavier STEER, Carlton JAMELE, Alex Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB GROTH, Ed TEAM Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg WOODS-CULVER, T NASH, Cameron ELMORE, Jevon Totals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Riese, Adam Knight, Trevor McCormick, C Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long Allison, Jared Powell, Jordan Walker, Amechie Crossan, Dalton Lewis-Cenales Donovan, Rory Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Breda, C Pedinoff, Max Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg DeAndrade, C Craig, Garette Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Breda, C. 1st 09:57 24 yards Good Ellman, Morgan 4th 05:46 20 yards Good Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB PALMER, Frankie GROTH, Ed All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total NASH, Cameron ELMORE, Jevon PAULDO, Tavion LOFTON, Devon FUMBLES: CCSU-PAULDO, Tavion 2-2; LOFTON, Devon 1-1. UNH-Riese, Adam 1-0. Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB Ellman, Morgan Pedinoff, Max Breda, C All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total Crossan, Dalton Bryant, Trevon Walker, Amechie Allison, Jared # CCSU Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 21 HOLLOMON, B ELMORE, Jevon BROWN, Najae LAGUERRE, R HINTON, Tymir LOMAX, Dwight BENNETT, K ORMSBY, Lance CANN, Jarrod HORNER, Darryn BOLLING, Asia MORRISON, C.J MINOR, Keir PINHO, Jake TINKHAM, Chris CHAMPAGNE, S PRIVOTT, Shacor KEEN, Kenneth JENKINS, Xavier ARTSMA, Kenneth GROTH, Ed DOUGLAS, Justin Totals # UNH Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 28 DeAndrade, C Drummond-Mayrie Marino, Nick Reisert, Kyle Parkinson, K Kuehl, Jared Turner, Jullian Boryeskne, Mike Boone, Cyrus Shorey, Cam Armand, Rashid A Asongwed, Ismai McNally, Kevin Chalstrom, H Horton, Jae'Wua Edmonds, Lamar Farrell, Ryan Chollette, D Mensah, Patrick Anderson, Akil Natale, Antonio Carr, Marquis Bailey, Kalil Moss, Dougie Ferreira, Brian Sosnak, Ryan Rothwell, Cody Ukwuani, Dab A Martinez, Jason Totals University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 39

40 Game 5: Elon at UNH October 3 ELON vs #20 UNH (Oct 03, 2015 at Durham, N.H.) ELON UNH ELON (2-3,1-1) vs. UNH (3-2,1-1) Date: Oct 03, 2015 Site: Durham, N.H. Stadium: Cowell Stadium Attendance: Score by Quarters Total ELON UNH Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H 1st 13:45 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 36 yd run (Breda, C. kick), : :34 UNH - Powell, Jordan 4 yd pass from Riese, Adam (Breda, C. kick), : :33 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 1 yd run (Breda, C. kick blockd), : nd 13:37 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 8 yd run (Breda, C. kick), 1-8 0: :49 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 2 yd run (Breda, C. kick), : :42 ELON - T. McCray 7 yd pass from D. Thompson (J. Gallagher kick), : rd 10:05 ELON - B. Bennett 2 yd run (J. Gallagher kick), : :20 UNH - Breda, C. 26 yd field goal, : Kickoff time: 3:30 pm End of Game: 6:54 pm Total elapsed time: 3:24 Officials: Referee: Jeff Pumphrey; Umpire: Rick Shavensky; Linesman: Mark Tarleton; Line judge: Mike Hill; Back judge: Ronald Roberts; Field judge: SeanO'Callaghan; Side judge: Todd Bowman; Temperature: Wind: Weather: ELON UNH FIRST DOWNS Rushing 5 13 Passing 11 6 Penalty 4 3 NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns 1 4 Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns 1 1 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside Yards 0 1 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 1 5 KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks 0 0 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards 0 52 Possession Time 25:23 34:37 1st Quarter 4:17 10:43 2nd Quarter 9:35 5:25 3rd Quarter 6:09 8:51 4th Quarter 5:22 9:38 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 16 3 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 3 of 5 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg B. Bennett B. Gentry D. Thompson C. Christiansen Totals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack D. Thompson C. Christiansen Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long T. McCray C. Joyner D. Warrick D. Allison T. Lennon J. Thomas L. Seidewand Z. Duprey B. Bennett Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB D. Petroni TEAM Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg M. Williams C. Joyner T. McCray Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result B. Bruggeworth 2nd 00:04 58 yards Returned Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB J. Gallagher All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total C. Joyner T. McCray D. Warrick B. Bennett FUMBLES: ELON-None. UNH-Crossan, Dalton 1-0. Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Crossan, Dalton Kelly, Mike Allison, Jared Bryant, Trevon Goodrich, Donal Riese, Adam Rothwell, Cody TEAM Totals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Riese, Adam Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long Powell, Jordan Walker, Amechie O'Connor, Neil Donovan, Rory Kelly, Mike Lewis-Cenales Crossan, Dalton Allison, Jared Torrey, Matt Bryant, Trevon Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Breda, C Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg DeAndrade, C Kuehl, Jared Crossan, Dalton Anderson, Akil Edmonds, Lamar Farrell, Ryan Drummond-Mayri Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Breda, C. 3rd 01:20 26 yards Good Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB Ellman, Morgan Breda, C All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total Crossan, Dalton Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared Kelly, Mike # ELON Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 8 C. Blair J. Moore W. Messer C. Mitchell J. Silas N. Groll A. Dawson G. Liggs Jr J. Jackson R. Sullivan M. Baker J. Williams C. Jones M. Williams M. Galloway D. Everett D. Allison D. Petroni D. Warrick D. Howell Totals # UNH Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 28 DeAndrade, C Moss, Dougie Turner, Jullian Drummond-Mayrie Boryeskne, Mike Marino, Nick Miller, Geno Anderson, Akil Mensah, Patrick Goodrich, Donal Kuehl, Jared Shorey, Cam Horton, Jae'Wua Farrell, Ryan Crossan, Dalton Holt, Rick Parkinson, K Armand, Rashid Carr, Marquis A Martinez, Jason Bailey, Kalil A Asongwed, Ismai Chollette, D Edmonds, Lamar Totals University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 40

41 Game 6: UNH at William & Mary Oct UNH FOOTBALL #19 UNH vs #24 William and Mary (Oct 17, 2015 at Williamsburg, Va.) UNH (3-3,1-2) vs. William and Mary (4-2,3-1) Date: Oct 17, 2015 Site: Williamsburg, Va. Stadium: Zable Stadium Attendance: Score by Quarters Total UNH William and Mary Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H 1st 10:40 UNH - DeAndrade, C. 90 yd punt return (Breda, C. kick) :11 WM - Steve Cluley 2 yd run (Nick Dorka kick), : nd 10:09 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 37 yd run (Torrey, Matt pass from Knight, Trevor), : :18 WM - K. Anderson 69 yd run (Nick Dorka kick), : :05 WM - K. Anderson 1 yd run (Nick Dorka kick), : rd 00:19 WM - Steve Cluley 5 yd run (Steve Cluley pass failed), : th 12:21 WM - DeVonte Dedmon 30 yd pass from Steve Cluley (Nick Dorka kick), : :37 UNH - Breda, C. 27 yd field goal, : UNH Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Crossan, Dalton Walker, Amechie Bryant, Trevon Kelly, Mike Allison, Jared Goldrich, Sean Totals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Goldrich, Sean TEAM Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long Crossan, Dalton Powell, Jordan Kelly, Mike Donovan, Rory O'Connor, Neil Totals William and Mary Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg K. Anderson M. Abdul-Saboor Steve Cluley DeVonte Dedmon Totals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Steve Cluley Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long DeVonte Dedmon Andrew Caskin Kevin Hart M. Abdul-Saboor Jack Armstrong K. Anderson Daniel Kuzjak Totals Kickoff time: 12 PM End of Game: 2:58 PM Total elapsed time: 2:58 Officials: Referee: M. Sechrist; Umpire: E. Toliver; Linesman: A. Maynor; Line judge: M. Snyder; Back judge: T. Gallagher; Field judge: W. Moran; Side judge: D. Patrick; Alternate: M. Mitchell; Temperature: 60 Wind: Weather: Clear UNH WM FIRST DOWNS Rushing 7 13 Passing 9 7 Penalty 1 1 NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns 1 4 Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing 41 3 NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns 0 1 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside Yards 0 1 Touchbacks 0 2 Fair catch 1 0 KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks 0 4 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 25:08 34:52 1st Quarter 4:25 10:35 2nd Quarter 8:20 6:40 3rd Quarter 7:00 8:00 4th Quarter 5:23 9:37 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 14 5 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Breda, C TEAM Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg DeAndrade, C Bryant, Trevon Crossan, Dalton Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Breda, C. 3rd 06:00 22 yards Missed Breda, C. 4th 09:37 27 yards Good Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB Ellman, Morgan All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total Crossan, Dalton DeAndrade, C Bryant, Trevon Powell, Jordan FUMBLES: UNH-None. William and Mary-None. Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB H. Windmuller Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Houston-Carson DeVonte Dedmon Zach Fetters Trey Reed Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB Nick Dorka All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total K. Anderson DeVonte Dedmon M. Abdul-Saboor Steve Cluley # UNH Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 28 DeAndrade, C Knudson, Hayden Moss, Dougie Edmonds, Lamar Mensah, Patrick Anderson, Akil Chollette, D Boryeskne, Mike Shorey, Cam Horton, Jae'Wua Parkinson, K Chalstrom, H Armand, Rashid Goodrich, Donal Bailey, Kalil Goldrich, Sean Turner, Jullian Sosnak, Ryan McNally, Kevin Farrell, Ryan Boone, Cyrus Totals # William and Mary Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 31 Jared Velasquez Peyton Gryder Stephen Lubnow Trey Reed Marcus Harvey Isaiah Stephens Chris Donald Denzel Dykes Matt Ahola Houston-Carson Mike Barta Zach Fetters S. Kleinrichert Josh Dulaney Luke Rhodes Richie DiPietro Keanu Reuben Tyler Claytor Raeshawn Smith Totals University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 41

42 Game 7: UNH at Delaware Oct. 24 UNH (3-4,1-3) vs. Delaware (3-4,2-2) Date: Oct 24, 2015 Site: Newark, Del. Stadium: Delaware Stadium Attendance: Score by Quarters Total UNH Delaware UNH Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Crossan, Dalton Goldrich, Sean Knight, Trevor TEAM Totals Delaware Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg K. Williams T. Jefferson J. Walker D. Cherry TEAM Totals Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H 1st 09:10 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 3 yd run (Breda, C. kick), : :12 DELAWARE - T. Jefferson 1 yd run (F. Raggo kick failed), : nd 00:05 UNH - Allison, Jared 2 yd pass from Goldrich, Sean (Breda, C. kick), : rd 08:12 DELAWARE - F. Raggo 33 yd field goal, : :04 DELAWARE - T. Jefferson 7 yd run (J. Walker rush), : :06 DELAWARE - T. Jefferson 1 yd run (F. Raggo kick), : th 03:09 DELAWARE - K. Williams 3 yd run (F. Raggo kick), : Kickoff time: 3:36 pm End of Game: 6:16 pm Total elapsed time: 2:40 Officials: Referee: Tony Marcella; Umpire: Hilbert Byers; Linesman: Colin Gaynor; Line judge: Dorsey Skinner; Back judge: Joseph Rotondi; Field judge: Frank D'Angelo; Side judge: Tim Gallagher; Temperature: 56 Wind: 11 mph S Weather: Cloudy UNH DELAWAR FIRST DOWNS 9 17 Rushing 3 10 Passing 5 5 Penalty 1 2 NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns 1 4 Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns 1 0 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside Yards 0 0 Touchbacks 0 1 Fair catch 3 1 KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks 0 0 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 22:19 37:41 1st Quarter 8:51 6:09 2nd Quarter 5:49 9:11 3rd Quarter 4:52 10:08 4th Quarter 2:47 12:13 Third-Down Conversions 3 of of 18 Fourth-Down Conversions 4 of 5 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Goldrich, Sean Knight, Trevor Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long Allison, Jared Taylor, Kyon Walker, Amechie Powell, Jordan Goodrich, Donal O'Connor, Neil Crossan, Dalton Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Breda, C Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg DeAndrade, C Crossan, Dalton Totals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack J. Walker Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long D. Cherry T. Jefferson R. Angeline Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB E. Enderson Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg R. Jones S. Gwashavanhu Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result F. Raggo 2nd 10:53 45 yards Missed F. Raggo 3rd 08:12 33 yards Good Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB Ellman, Morgan All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total Crossan, Dalton Taylor, Kyon Allison, Jared Goldrich, Sean FUMBLES: UNH-Crossan, Dalton 1-1; TEAM 1-0. Delaware-None. Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB K. McLaughlin All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total K. Williams T. Jefferson R. Jones D. Cherry # UNH Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 28 DeAndrade, C Knudson, Hayden Anderson, Akil Shorey, Cam McNally, Kevin Turner, Jullian Rowe, Daniel Horton, Jae'Wua Edmonds, Lamar Mensah, Patrick Farrell, Ryan Moss, Dougie Armand, Rashid Goodrich, Donal Reisert, Kyle Parkinson, K Boryeskne, Mike Totals # Delaware Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 23 N. Adderley C. Bell A R. Jones D. Tinsley L. Spears A. Jackson R. Torzsa J. Thompson A K. Hinton B. Nichols J. Kindle B. Woodson J. Plummer V. Hollerman M. Harley S. Gwashavanhu J. Watson G. Roberts T. Adewusi J. Nassib E. Patton Totals University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 42

43 Game 8: UNH vs. Rhode Island Oct. 31 URI (1-7,1-4) vs. UNH (4-4,2-3) Date: Oct 31, 2015 Site: Durham, N.H. Stadium: Cowell Stadium Attendance: 5003 Score by Quarters Total URI UNH URI Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg H. Cooper Clarke Anderson W. McKoy Denny Totals UNH Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Crossan, Dalton Goldrich, Sean Goodrich, Donal Bryant, Trevon TEAM Knight, Trevor Totals Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H 1st 05:18 URI - Rohrwasser 37 yd field goal, : nd 07:27 URI - H. Cooper 31 yd pass from W. McKoy (Rohrwasser kick), : :00 URI - H. Cooper 1 yd run (Rohrwasser kick), : rd 14:02 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 52 yd pass from Goldrich, Sean (Breda, C. kick), : :39 UNH - Crossan, Dalton 12 yd run (Breda, C. kick), : th 05:46 UNH - Taylor, Kyon 5 yd pass from Goldrich, Sean (Breda, C. kick failed), : Kickoff time: 1:00 pm End of Game: 3:38 pm Total elapsed time: 2:28 Officials: Referee: Karlton Derrick; Umpire: David Collari; Linesman: Terrance Brown; Line judge: B.J. Henry; Back judge: Eric Hermick; Field judge: Jack O'Keefe; Side judge: Jake Dishaw; Temperature: 48 Wind: Weather: Sunny, clear URI UNH FIRST DOWNS Rushing 8 10 Passing 5 8 Penalty 1 2 NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns 1 1 Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns 1 2 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside Yards 0 1 Touchbacks 1 1 Fair catch 2 0 KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks 0 0 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 35:47 24:13 1st Quarter 10:16 4:44 2nd Quarter 10:45 4:15 3rd Quarter 9:28 5:32 4th Quarter 5:18 9:42 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 16 7 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack W. McKoy Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long H. Cooper McKeeman D. Stewart Beauvais Clarke Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB McHugh Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Wienclaw H. Cooper Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Rohrwasser 1st 05:18 37 yards Good Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB McHugh All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total H. Cooper McKeeman D. Stewart Clarke Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long Sack Goldrich, Sean Allison, Jared Totals Receiving No. Yards TD Long Crossan, Dalton Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared Taylor, Kyon Donovan, Rory Kelly, Mike Derocher, Nick Totals Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Breda, C TEAM Totals Punt Kickoff Intercept Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg DeAndrade, C McNally, Kevin Crossan, Dalton Totals Field goals Qtr Time Dist Result Kickoffs No. Yards Avg TB OB Ellman, Morgan FUMBLES: URI-H. Cooper 3-0; D. Stewart 1-0; W. McKoy 1-0. UNH-Allison, Jared 1-1. All-purpose Run Rcv KR PR IR Total Crossan, Dalton Goldrich, Sean Powell, Jordan Allison, Jared # URI Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 21 Wienclaw Hill Parker N. Jones N. Thomas Duncan Doutre Kh. Kennedy Payne Caponegro Simon M. Holmes Crawley St. Laurent Ezirike A. Evans D. Holmes Sunahara Hogan Totals # UNH Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Blks QBH 49 Farrell, Ryan DeAndrade, C Moss, Dougie Horton, Jae'Wua Turner, Jullian Anderson, Akil Knudson, Hayden Reisert, Kyle Armand, Rashid Shorey, Cam Edmonds, Lamar Parkinson, K Mensah, Patrick Kuehl, Jared Rowe, Daniel McNally, Kevin Boone, Cyrus Carr, Marquis Bailey, Kalil Totals University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 43

44 2015 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name pos. Class Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School/Previous School 1 Lamar Edmonds CB Sr. Worcester, Mass./St. Peter-Marian 4 D Andre Drummond-Mayrie S So. Lawrence, Mass./Central Catholic 5 Sean Goldrich QB Sr. West Haven, Conn./Notre Dame 6 Kyon Taylor WR Jr. Springfield, Va./Lee 7 Jared Allison WR Sr. Cliffwood, N.J./Matawan Regional 7a Ismail Asongwed CB R-Fr. Boston, Mass./Boston College H.S. 8 Trevon Bryant RB So. St. Augustine, Fla./Pedro Menendez 8a Robert Kelly K/P Fr. St. Albans, Vt./Bellows Free Academy 9 Patrick Mensah DB So. New City, N.Y./St. Joseph s Regional 10 Chris McCormick QB Jr. Winooski, Vt./Rice Memorial/Berkshire Academy 11 Nick Derocher TE R-Fr. Northwood, N.H./Tilton School 12 Ivan Niyomugabo QB Fr. Penacook, N.H./Merrimack Valley 13 Jake Klose WR R-Fr. Dix Hills, N.Y./Half Hollow Hills West 14 Adam Riese QB Jr. Hamilton, N.J./Steinert 15 Malik Love WR Fr. Alcoa, Tenn./Alcoa/Holderness School 16 Rick Ellison DB Fr. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Santa Margarita 17 Brian Ferreira WR Jr. Mansfield, Mass./Mansfield 18 Trevor Knight QB R-Fr. Nashua, N.H./Nashua South 18a Drew Sanborn P/K Fr. Amherst, N.H./Bishop Guertin 19 John Dellisanti WR Fr. Wilton, Conn./Fairfield College Preparatory 20 Daniel Rowe S Sr. Orange, N.J./Williston Northampton 21 Malik Wilder DB Fr. Bronx, N.Y./Mount St. Michael Academy/Brunswick School 22 Evan Gray RB Fr. Centreville, Va./Westfield 23 Dougie Moss CB Sr. Huntsville, Ala./Columbia 24 Mike Kelly WR Sr. Merrimack, N.H./Bishop Guertin 26 Geno Miller DB So. Fort Washington, Md./Bishop Ireton 27 Dalton Crossan RB Jr. Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y./Sachem North 28 Casey DeAndrade DB Jr. East Bridgewater, Mass./East Bridgewater 28a Hayden Middleton K/P R-Fr. Dover, N.H./St. Thomas 29 Brandon Gallagher RB Fr. Raynham, Mass./Bridgewater-Raynham 30 Shawn Cavallaro RB R-Fr. Hanover, N.H./Hanover 31 Nick Lubischer WR Fr. Red Bank, N.J./Red Bank Catholic 32 Cody Rothwell RB Jr. Merrimac, Mass./Pentucket 33 Keith Parkinson S Sr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Pine Crest 34 Garette Craig WR Jr. Phoenix, Ariz./Mountain Pointe/Mesa Community College 34a Michael Hershman WR R-Fr. Mansfield, Mass./Mansfield 35 Kalil Bailey DB Sr. Lancaster, Pa./Manheim Township 37 Chris Redding WR So. Bennington, Vt./Burr and Burton Academy 38 Morgan Ellman K/P Jr. Scotch Plains, N.J./Scotch Plains-Fanwood 38a Isiah Perkins DB Fr. Williamstown, N.J./Williamstown 39 Matt Sherlock DB Fr. River Edge, N.J./Bergen Catholic 40 Michael Balsamo DB Fr. Atkinson, N.H./Central Catholic 41 Horace Chalstrom CB Sr. Annapolis, Md./St. Mary s 42 Akil Anderson LB Sr. Morristown, N.J./Morristown 43 Mark Accino WR Jr. Hyde Park, Mass./Charlestown 44 Dab Ukwuani DE Sr. Gaithersburg, Md./Col. Zadok Magruder 45 Marquis Carr CB So. Naples, Fla./Golden Gate/Berkshire School 46 Hayden Knudson S Sr. Alexandria, Va./Hayfield 47 Nick Marino DB So. Hudson, N.H./Bishop Guertin 47a Jerickson Fedrick RB So. Salem N.H./Choate Rosemary Hall/UMaine 48 Donald Goodrich RB So. York, Maine/Cheverus 48a Jason Martinez S R-Fr. Salem, N.H./Salem 49 Ryan Farrell LB Jr. Westwood, Mass./Xaverian Brothers 50 Cameron Brusko LB Fr. Bethlehem, Pa./Liberty 53 Tad McNeely OL Jr. Whitehall, Pa./Allentown Central Catholic 54 Quinlen Dean LB Fr. Greenbelt, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt 55 Antonio Natale LB So. Bridgewater, N.J./Immaculata 56 DeVaughn Chollette LB Jr. Scranton, Pa./West Scranton 57 Kevin McNally LB Jr. Cornwall, N.Y./Cornwall 58 Jared Kuehl LB R-Fr. Plymouth, N.H./Plymouth Regional 59 Odaine Franklyn LB So. White Plains, N.Y./White Plains/Proctor Academy 60 Sean Burns DL Fr. Milford, Mass./Milford 61 Matt Matulis OL Fr. Boynton Beach, Fla./Park Vista 62 George Kallas OL Sr. Beverly, Mass./Beverly 63 Nick Velte OL Fr. Rochester, N.Y./Aquinas Institute 64 Mike Zaloga OL So. Saratoga Springs, N.Y./Christian Brothers Academy 65 Mike McGuinness OL Fr. Howell, N.J./Howell 66 Dayne Herron OL R-Fr. Oak Harbor, Wash./Oak Harbor/Salisbury School 67 Curtis Nealer OL Jr. Pitman, N.J./Pitman 68 Cyrus Boone DL R-Fr. Stockton, Calif./Lincoln 69 Alexander Morrill OL Jr. Lebanon, N.H./Lebanon 70 Jalen Gardner DL Fr. New Haven, Conn./Hillhouse 71 Ryan Sosnak DT R-Fr. Bethel Park, Pa./Bethel Park 72 Rick Holt OL So. Portsmouth, N.H./Portsmouth 73 Jake Kennedy OL So. Amherst, N.H./Souhegan 74 Will McInerny OL So. Bedford, N.H./Bedford 75 Andrew Lauderdale OL Jr. Concord, N.H./Trinity 76 Clayton Jimerson OL Fr. San Diego, Calif./Madison 77 Jeff Carter OL Fr. Jericho, Vt. / Mount Mansfield 78 Danny Riley OL Sr. Danielsville, Pa./Northampton Area 79 Austin Heter OL Sr. McKees Rocks, Pa./Montour 80 Cam Shorey DE Jr. Calais, Maine/Calais/Phillips Exeter 81 Rory Donovan WR R-Fr. Canton, Mass./Cardinal Spellman 82 Neil O Connor WR R-Fr. Leominster, Mass./Leominster 83 Amechie Walker Jr. WR Fr. Harrisburg, Pa./Harrisburg 84 Aaron Lewis-Cenales WR So. Odenton, Md./Arundel 85 Justin Malone-Woods TE Fr. San Diego, Calif./Serra/Loomis Chaffee 86 Anthony Pante WR Jr. Manalapan, N.J./St. John Vianney 87 Jordan Powell TE Jr. Forked River, N.J./Lacey Township 88 Matt Torrey TE R-Fr. Cheshire, Conn./Cheshire Academy 89 Brendan Hill TE Fr. Mansfield, Mass./Mansfield 90 Rashid Armand DT Sr. Brooklyn, N.Y./Sheepshead Bay 91 Jae Wuan Horton DE R-Fr. Stafford, Va./North Stafford 92 Jullian Turner DT Sr. East Pittsburgh, Pa./Woodland Hills 93 Max Pedinoff K/P So. Newtown, Pa./Council Rock North 94 Mike Boryeskne DE So. Sparta, N.J./Sparta 95 Josh Kania DE Fr. Milton, Ga./Cambridge 96 Robbie Schumacher DE Fr. Hopewell Junction, N.Y./John Jay 97 Kyle Reisert DE R-Fr. Plymouth, N.H./Plymouth Regional 98 John DiCaro TE R-Fr. Dallas, Texas/Shelton/Salisbury School 99 Christian Breda K/P Sr. Needham, Mass./Dexter Wildcats Coaching Staff Head Coach: Sean McDonnell 17th year Defensive Coordinator/DBs: John Lyons Offensive Coordinator/QBs: Ryan Carty Running Backs: Michael Ferzoco Offensive Line: Alex Miller Wide Receivers: Ricky Santos Safeties: Scott James Defensive Line: Peter McCarty Linebackers: Garrett Gillick Assistant Defensive Line: Kyle McAllister Tight Ends: Chris Zarkoskie Assistant A.D./Football Ops: Bobby Callahan Director of Video Operations: James Ventresca Athletic Trainers: Jon Dana, Cindy Michaud Strength and Conditioning Coach: Paul Chapman Roster Breakdown by State New Hampshire 17 Vermont 4 Massachusetts 16 Virginia 4 New Jersey 14 Maine 2 New York 10 Alabama 1 Pennsylvania 10 Arizona 1 Maryland 5 Georgia 1 California 4 Tennessee 1 Connecticut 4 Texas 1 Florida 4 Washington 1 PRONUNCIATION GUIDE (alphabetical) Accino (Uh-seen-oh) Akil (Uh-keel) Armand (Are-mond) Asongwed (Ah-song-wed) Boryeskne (Buh-rez-knee) Breda (Bray-duh) Cavallaro (Cav-uh-lare-oh) Chalstrom (Chal-strum) Chollette (Shuh-let) Crossan (Cross-in) DeAndrade (Dee-ann-drayd) DeVaughn (Day-vawn) Dellisanti (Dell-ah-sahn-tee) Derocher (Dih-row-shur) DiCaro (Dih-care-oh) Donovan (Don-ih-vin) Ferzoco (Fur-zoke-oh) Garette (Gare-it) Heter (Heater) Ismail (Ish-mile) Ivan (I-vin) Jae Wuan (Jay-juan) Kalil (Kuh-lill) Kallas (Cal-iss) Kania (Kane-ya) Knudson (Nud-sin) Kuehl (Keel) Kyon (Key-on) Lewis-Cenales (Sin-al-iss) Lubischer (Lu-buh-shur) Marquis (Mar-keese) Matulis (Muh-tool-is) Mayrie (My-Ree) McInerny (Mack-in-er-nee) Mensah (Men-suh) Morrill (More-ul) Natale (Nih-tal-ee) Niyomugabo (Nee-oh-muh-gah-bo) Pante (Ponn-tee) Rashid (Ruh-sheed) Reisert (Ry-sert) Riese (Reese) Trevon (Tray-vonn) Ukwuani (Ooh-kwahn-ee) Velte (Vel-tee) Zaloga (Zuh-lo-guh) University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 44

45 2015 AlphabetICAL ROSTER No. Name pos. Class Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School/Previous School 43 Mark Accino WR Jr. Hyde Park, Mass./Charlestown 7 Jared Allison WR Sr. Cliffwood, N.J./Matawan Regional 42 Akil Anderson LB Sr. Morristown, N.J./Morristown 90 Rashid Armand DT Sr. Brooklyn, N.Y./Sheepshead Bay 7a Ismail Asongwed CB R-Fr. Boston, Mass./Boston College H.S. 35 Kalil Bailey DB Sr. Lancaster, Pa./Manheim Township 40 Michael Balsamo DB Fr. Atkinson, N.H./Central Catholic 68 Cyrus Boone DL R-Fr. Stockton, Calif./Lincoln 94 Mike Boryeskne DE So. Sparta, N.J./Sparta 99 Christian Breda K/P Sr. Needham, Mass./Dexter 50 Cameron Brusko LB Fr. Bethlehem, Pa./Liberty 8 Trevon Bryant RB So. St. Augustine, Fla./Pedro Menendez 60 Sean Burns DL Fr. Milford, Mass./Milford 45 Marquis Carr CB So. Naples, Fla./Golden Gate/Berkshire School 77 Jeff Carter OL Fr. Jericho, Vt. / Mount Mansfield 30 Shawn Cavallaro RB R-Fr. Hanover, N.H./Hanover 41 Horace Chalstrom CB Sr. Annapolis, Md./St. Mary s 56 DeVaughn Chollette LB Jr. Scranton, Pa./West Scranton 34 Garette Craig WR Jr. Phoenix, Ariz./Mountain Pointe/Mesa Community College 27 Dalton Crossan RB Jr. Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y./Sachem North 54 Quinlen Dean LB Fr. Greenbelt, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt 28 Casey DeAndrade DB Jr. East Bridgewater, Mass./East Bridgewater 19 John Dellisanti WR Fr. Wilton, Conn./Fairfield College Preparatory 11 Nick Derocher TE R-Fr. Northwood, N.H./Tilton School 98 John DiCaro TE R-Fr. Dallas, Texas/Shelton/Salisbury School 81 Rory Donovan WR R-Fr. Canton, Mass./Cardinal Spellman 4 D Andre Drummond-Mayrie S So. Lawrence, Mass./Central Catholic 1 Lamar Edmonds CB Sr. Worcester, Mass./St. Peter-Marian 16 Rick Ellison DB Fr. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Santa Margarita 38 Morgan Ellman K/P Jr. Scotch Plains, N.J./Scotch Plains-Fanwood 49 Ryan Farrell LB Jr. Westwood, Mass./Xaverian Brothers 47a Jerickson Fedrick RB So. Salem N.H./Choate Rosemary Hall/UMaine 17 Brian Ferreira WR Jr. Mansfield, Mass./Mansfield 59 Odaine Franklyn LB So. White Plains, N.Y./White Plains/Proctor Academy 29 Brandon Gallagher RB Fr. Raynham, Mass./Bridgewater-Raynham 70 Jalen Gardner DL Fr. New Haven, Conn./Hillhouse 5 Sean Goldrich QB Sr. West Haven, Conn./Notre Dame 48 Donald Goodrich RB So. York, Maine/Cheverus 22 Evan Gray RB Fr. Centreville, Va./Westfield 66 Dayne Herron OL R-Fr. Oak Harbor, Wash./Oak Harbor/Salisbury School 34a Michael Hershman WR R-Fr. Mansfield, Mass./Mansfield 79 Austin Heter OL Sr. McKees Rocks, Pa./Montour 89 Brendan Hill TE Fr. Mansfield, Mass./Mansfield 72 Rick Holt OL So. Portsmouth, N.H./Portsmouth 91 Jae Wuan Horton DE R-Fr. Stafford, Va./North Stafford 76 Clayton Jimerson OL Fr. San Diego, Calif./Madison 62 George Kallas OL Sr. Beverly, Mass./Beverly 95 Josh Kania DE Fr. Milton, Ga./Cambridge 24 Mike Kelly WR Sr. Merrimack, N.H./Bishop Guertin 8a Robert Kelly K/P Fr. St. Albans, Vt./Bellows Free Academy 73 Jake Kennedy OL So. Amherst, N.H./Souhegan 13 Jake Klose WR R-Fr. Dix Hills, N.Y./Half Hollow Hills West 18 Trevor Knight QB R-Fr. Nashua, N.H./Nashua South 46 Hayden Knudson S Sr. Alexandria, Va./Hayfield 58 Jared Kuehl LB R-Fr. Plymouth, N.H./Plymouth Regional 75 Andrew Lauderdale OL Jr. Concord, N.H./Trinity 84 Aaron Lewis-Cenales WR So. Odenton, Md./Arundel 15 Malik Love WR Fr. Alcoa, Tenn./Alcoa/Holderness School 31 Nick Lubischer WR Fr. Red Bank, N.J./Red Bank Catholic 85 Justin Malone-Woods TE Fr. San Diego, Calif./Serra/Loomis Chaffee 47 Nick Marino DB So. Hudson, N.H./Bishop Guertin 48a Jason Martinez S R-Fr. Salem, N.H./Salem 61 Matt Matulis OL Fr. Boynton Beach, Fla./Park Vista 10 Chris McCormick QB Jr. Winooski, Vt./Rice Memorial/Berkshire Academy 65 Mike McGuinness OL Fr. Howell, N.J./Howell 74 Will McInerny OL So. Bedford, N.H./Bedford 57 Kevin McNally LB Jr. Cornwall, N.Y./Cornwall 53 Tad McNeely OL Jr. Whitehall, Pa./Allentown Central Catholic 9 Patrick Mensah DB So. New City, N.Y./St. Joseph s Regional 28a Hayden Middleton K/P R-Fr. Dover, N.H./St. Thomas 26 Geno Miller DB So. Fort Washington, Md./Bishop Ireton 69 Alexander Morrill OL Jr. Lebanon, N.H./Lebanon 23 Dougie Moss CB Sr. Huntsville, Ala./Columbia 55 Antonio Natale LB So. Bridgewater, N.J./Immaculata 67 Curtis Nealer OL Jr. Pitman, N.J./Pitman 12 Ivan Niyomugabo QB Fr. Penacook, N.H./Merrimack Valley 82 Neil O Connor WR R-Fr. Leominster, Mass./Leominster 86 Anthony Pante WR Jr. Manalapan, N.J./St. John Vianney 33 Keith Parkinson S Sr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Pine Crest 93 Max Pedinoff K/P So. Newtown, Pa./Council Rock North 38a Isiah Perkins DB Fr. Williamstown, N.J./Williamstown 87 Jordan Powell TE Jr. Forked River, N.J./Lacey Township 37 Chris Redding WR So. Bennington, Vt./Burr and Burton Academy 97 Kyle Reisert DE R-Fr. Plymouth, N.H./Plymouth Regional 14 Adam Riese QB Jr. Hamilton, N.J./Steinert 78 Danny Riley OL Sr. Danielsville, Pa./Northampton Area 32 Cody Rothwell RB Jr. Merrimac, Mass./Pentucket 20 Daniel Rowe S Sr. Orange, N.J./Williston Northampton 18a Drew Sanborn P/K Fr. Amherst, N.H./Bishop Guertin 96 Robbie Schumacher DE Fr. Hopewell Junction, N.Y./John Jay 39 Matt Sherlock DB Fr. River Edge, N.J./Bergen Catholic 80 Cam Shorey DE Jr. Calais, Maine/Calais/Phillips Exeter 71 Ryan Sosnak DT R-Fr. Bethel Park, Pa./Bethel Park 6 Kyon Taylor WR Jr. Springfield, Va./Lee 88 Matt Torrey TE R-Fr. Cheshire, Conn./Cheshire Academy 92 Jullian Turner DT Sr. East Pittsburgh, Pa./Woodland Hills 44 Dab Ukwuani DE Sr. Gaithersburg, Md./Col. Zadok Magruder 63 Nick Velte OL Fr. Rochester, N.Y./Aquinas Institute 83 Amechie Walker WR Fr. Harrisburg, Pa./Harrisburg 21 Malik Wilder DB Fr. Bronx, N.Y./Mount St. Michael Academy/Brunswick School 64 Mike Zaloga OL So. Saratoga Springs, N.Y./Christian Brothers Academy Wildcats Coaching Staff Head Coach: Sean McDonnell 17th year Defensive Coordinator/DBs: John Lyons Offensive Coordinator/QBs: Ryan Carty Running Backs: Michael Ferzoco Offensive Line: Alex Miller Wide Receivers: Ricky Santos Safeties: Scott James Defensive Line: Peter McCarty Linebackers: Garrett Gillick Assistant Defensive Line: Kyle McAllister Tight Ends: Chris Zarkoskie Assistant A.D./Football Ops: Bobby Callahan Director of Video Operations: James Ventresca Athletic Trainers: Jon Dana, Cindy Michaud Strength and Conditioning Coach: Paul Chapman Roster Breakdown by State New Hampshire 17 Vermont 4 Massachusetts 16 Virginia 4 New Jersey 14 Maine 2 New York 10 Alabama 1 Pennsylvania 10 Arizona 1 Maryland 5 Georgia 1 California 4 Tennessee 1 Connecticut 4 Texas 1 Florida 4 Washington 1 PRONUNCIATION GUIDE (alphabetical) Accino (Uh-seen-oh) Akil (Uh-keel) Armand (Are-mond) Asongwed (Ah-song-wed) Boryeskne (Buh-rez-knee) Breda (Bray-duh) Cavallaro (Cav-uh-lare-oh) Chalstrom (Chal-strum) Chollette (Shuh-let) Crossan (Cross-in) DeAndrade (Dee-ann-drayd) DeVaughn (Day-vawn) Dellisanti (Dell-ah-sahn-tee) Derocher (Dih-row-shur) DiCaro (Dih-care-oh) Donovan (Don-ih-vin) Ferzoco (Fur-zoke-oh) Garette (Gare-it) Heter (Heater) Ismail (Ish-mile) Ivan (I-vin) Jae Wuan (Jay-juan) Kalil (Kuh-lill) Kallas (Cal-iss) Kania (Kane-ya) Knudson (Nud-sin) Kuehl (Keel) Kyon (Key-on) Lewis-Cenales (Sin-al-iss) Lubischer (Lu-buh-shur) Marquis (Mar-keese) Matulis (Muh-tool-is) Mayrie (My-Ree) McInerny (Mack-in-er-nee) Mensah (Men-suh) Morrill (More-ul) Natale (Nih-tal-ee) Niyomugabo (Nee-oh-muh-gah-bo) Pante (Ponn-tee) Rashid (Ruh-sheed) Reisert (Ry-sert) Riese (Reese) Trevon (Tray-vonn) Ukwuani (Ooh-kwahn-ee) Velte (Vel-tee) Zaloga (Zuh-lo-guh) University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 45

46 Head coach Sean McDonnell Sean McDonnell, a 1978 UNH graduate who is in his 17th season as head coach of his alma mater, has a career record of (.628 winning percentage) that includes a conference mark (.596). He has guided the Wildcats to 11 consecutive winning seasons six with double-digit win totals and the Cats advanced to the NCAA Division I FCS tournament each of those 11 years, which is the longest active streak in the nation. Furthermore, UNH has been ranked in the Top 25 for 155 consecutive polls, the longest streak in FCS football that dates back to Sept. 13, On Dec. 15, 2014, McDonnell became the third two-time recipient of the Eddie Robinson Award (FCS National Coach of the Year); he previously won the award in It marked the fourth Coach of the Year accolade in 14 for McDonnell, who was also honored as AFCA Region Coach of the Year, New England Coach of the Year and CAA Coach of the Year. Coach Mac guided the 2104 Wildcats to their second consecutive national semifinal appearance with a 12-2 record that included school records for most wins in a season and consecutive wins (12), as well as five wins against nationally-ranked teams, including four in the Top 10. The Wildcats posted a perfect 8-0 record in the CAA to claim their third league championship under McDonnell ( ) and first outright title since McDonnell s collegiate accolades include Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year ( ), AFCA National Coach of the Year (2014), AFCA District Coach of the Year ( ), CAA Coach of the Year ( ), New England Football Writers Coach of the Year ( ) and Gridiron Club of Greater Boston Head Coach of the Year ( ). In 2013, McDonnell was honored by the Joe Yukica-New Hampshire Chapter of the National Football Foundation with the Andy Mooradian Award for his contributions to amateur football. That season UNH won multiple playoff games (three) in a single season for the first time in program history en route to the Wildcats first appearance in the FCS semifinals. The Cats recorded five wins against nationally-ranked foes, including three vs. the Top 10, to finish with a 10-5 overall record as well as a 6-2 CAA mark for the third consecutive year. New Hampshire recorded a six-game win streak for the second consecutive season and went a perfect 6-0 at home. After a 1-3 start, the 2013 season turned when Coach Mac s Wildcats went for and converted a 2-point PAT with 14 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to defeat 12th-ranked Villanova, UNH closed the regular season with a convincing 24-3 win at Cowell Stadium against fourth-ranked Maine to retain the Brice-Cowell Musket before recording playoff wins against Lafayette (45-7 at home), eighth-ranked Maine (41-27) and seventh-ranked Southeastern Louisiana (20-17). The 2012 Wildcats earned a share of the CAA championship the second in Coach Mac s career with a 6-2 league mark. The Cats compiled an 8-4 overall record that included an NCAA secondround game at Wofford. McDonnell reached coaching milestone victory No. 100 with a win Sean McDonnell File Accolades Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year ( 14, 05) Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year finalist ( 04) National Coach of the Year, AFCA ( 14) District Coach of the Year, AFCA ( 14, 12, 05, 04) New England Football Writers Coach of the Year ( 14, 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 (24 years) º Head coach (16 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) Year by Year (3-5 Atlantic 10) (4-4 Atlantic 10) (2-7 Atlantic 10) (2-7 Atlantic 10) (3-6 Atlantic 10) (6-2 Atlantic 10) NCAA quarterfinals (7-1 Atlantic 10) NCAA quarterfinals (5-3 Atlantic 10) NCAA quarterfinals (4-4 CAA) NCAA first round (6-2 CAA) NCAA quarterfinals (6-2 CAA) NCAA quarterfinals (5-3 CAA) NCAA quarterfinals (6-2 CAA) NCAA second round (6-2 CAA) NCAA second round (6-2 CAA) NCAA semifinals (8-0 CAA) NCAA semifinals (2-3 CAA) Career: (.628) CAA Record: (.596) against Georgia State at the Georgia Dome on Oct. 6, 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 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 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 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) 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 University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 46

47 Head coach Sean McDonnell 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 recordbreaking 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 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 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 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 In 2000, the Wildcats were ranked as high as 23rd in the nation and knocked off three top-25 opponents, including Hampton (31-17), 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 yards per game. McDonnell was named the 19th head coach of the UNH football program April 22, 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 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 ( ). McDonnell worked as the defensive coordinator at Hamilton College for two seasons ( ) and subsequently spent three years ( ) 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 ( ) prior to his coaching debut in Durham. Sean and his wife, Jenny, reside in Durham and are the parents of two sons: Tim and Tom. Monday UNH Coach s Show Live at Buffalo Wild Wings, Fox Run Mall Wildcat Sports Radio Network 7-8 p.m. Coach Mac and the Media Wednesday Thursday Weekly Press Conference 1 p.m. UNH Football Office 145 Main St. Durham, N.H. NH Today with Jack Heath WGIR 610-AM, Manchester WQSO 96.7-FM, Portsmouth 7:10 a.m. University of New Hampshire Football: Rise Up and Earn It 47