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UNH Football: The 2023 Granite State Bowl Preview

Spencer Marks, Sports Editor September 15, 2023

Durham N.H.- The state of New Hampshire holds two division one teams: The University of New Hampshire (UNH) Wildcats (1-1) and the Dartmouth University Big Green (0-0). Therefore, the opportunity to be...

Isaac Seide breaks away vs. Richmond in 2021

UNH Wildcats: Bye Week Breakdown/Richmond Preview

Spencer Marks, Sports Editor November 4, 2022

Durham N.H.- Following their biggest win in five years, The University of New Hampshire (UNH) Wildcats (6-2, 5-0) got themselves a much-needed break as they still remain on top of the CAA (Colonial Athletic...

UNH Football team celebrates their 40-22 win over Elon

UNH Football: The Wildcats put on a show for Family Weekend

Spencer Marks, Sports Editor October 25, 2022

Durham N.H.- The game with CAA championship implications drew in the largest crowd of the season at Wildcat Stadium when the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Wildcats (6-2, 5-0) took on the Elon University...

UNH Football: Dylan Laube and the Wildcats Take Care of Business in Albany

UNH Football: Dylan Laube and the Wildcats Take Care of Business in Albany

Spencer Marks, Sports Editor September 15, 2022

Durham N.H.- The University of New Hampshire (UNH) Wildcats (2-0, 2-0) took home the win on Saturday against the University of Albany Great Danes (0-2, 0-1) in what was described by former TNH Sports Editor...

UNH football: Laube, Corcoran star in 2022 Blue-White spring game

UNH football: Laube, Corcoran star in 2022 Blue-White spring game

Spencer Marks, Sports Writer April 20, 2022

DURHAM, N.H. – The page has officially turned in Wildcat country as the annual Blue-White spring game stamped the end of spring practice.  The University of New Hampshire (UNH) Wildcats hosted their...

Penalties plague Wildcats in 24-20 loss on opening night

Penalties plague Wildcats in 24-20 loss on opening night

Cassie Hollasch March 11, 2021
DURHAM, N.H. – It felt more like November than September when the Wildcats (0-1) kicked off their season this time around. As snow lined Wildcat Stadium redshirt sophomore quarterback Jeff Undercuffler torched the Wildcat defense in the third quarter to build a 10-point UAlbany (1-0) lead. UNH beat themselves as penalties stacked up and they squandered a chance to steal a win in the final moments. Despite shining at points, the Wildcats fell by a final of 24-20 in their first of six games this spring.
UNH set to welcome UAlbany into Wildcat Stadium Friday night

UNH set to welcome UAlbany into Wildcat Stadium Friday night

Cassie Hollasch March 3, 2021
DURHAM, N.H. – University of New Hampshire (UNH) football last took the field 15 months ago when they took down Maine in the final game of 2019 to take back the Brice-Cowell Musket. Today, the Wildcats prepare to kick-off their six-game season under the lights of Wildcat Stadium on Friday night. The team will welcome UAlbany into Durham for week one of the 2021 slate. This will also be the first time since fall of 2018 that head coach Sean McDonnell will be under the headset for the Wildcats; McDonnell missed all of 2019 while on medical leave.
No. 14 UNH set to kickoff season in two weeks

No. 14 UNH set to kickoff season in two weeks

Cassie Hollasch February 18, 2021
DURHAM, N.H. – No. 14 University of New Hampshire (UNH) football is set to kick off their spring season in two weeks after having the fall slate postponed. The Wildcats will face a six-team schedule consisting of only Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) schools. After watching the departure of a handful of veteran defenders from 2019, head coach Sean McDonnell still thinks his defense can be a threat and will be supplemented by developing offensive talent.
UNH Football as high as No. 15 in preseason FCS rankings

UNH Football as high as No. 15 in preseason FCS rankings

Hannah Donahue June 8, 2020
Amid the Wildcats two-year playoff drought, they are expected to once again make some noise in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) and add another playoff appearance to Sean McDonnell’s resume.

Offensive Player of the Year: Dylan Laube

Hannah Donahue December 5, 2019
In a season with a lot of uncertainty on the offensive side of the ball it’s fair to say that the team found a formula that worked; Max Brosmer and his young offense funneled through the running backs.

Football takes down Maine in final regular season game

Hannah Donahue December 5, 2019
UNH brought home the Brice-Cowell Musket after a 28-10 win

UNH falls short at Albany

Hannah Donahue December 5, 2019

In their final road trip of 2019, Ricky Santos and the Wildcats (5-5, 4-3) went into Albany (7-4, 5-2), but didn’t have enough to overcome a fourth quarter deficit. Now sitting at .500...

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