New Hampshire Football Report

JMU tramples UNH


HARRISONBURG, Va. – True freshman quarterback Max Brosmer (Roswell, Ga.) and senior running back Evan Gray (Centreville, Va.) each scored a rushing touchdown and redshirt freshman Dylan Laube (Westhampton, N.Y.) rolled up 238 all-purpose yards, but it was not nearly enough as the No. 23 University of New Hampshire football team lost at No. 2 James Madison, 54-16, on Saturday afternoon.

 UNH is now 5-4 overall and 4-2 in the Colonial Athletic Association. James Madison is 9-1 overall and 6-0 in the league.

The Wildcats have two games remaining in the regular season. They play at UAlbany on Saturday and then wrap up the regular season with a home game against Maine on Nov. 23. 

Laube had 180 yards in return yardage on a school-record eight return opportunities. He also had 15 yards rushing and 43 on a pair of pass receptions.

 Redshirt freshman safety Max Oxendine (Chester, Va.) led the Wildcats with 12 tackles. Sophomore safety Pop Bush (Nocatee, Fla.) and true freshman linebacker Oleh Manzyk (Langhorne, Pa.) had eight tackles each.

James Madison had 221 yards rushing and 537 total yards of offense. UNH had 93 rushing yards and 243 yards of total offense.



  • A 49-yard option pass from receiver Benyeal Hill Jr. (Stafford, Va.) to senior Malik Love (Alcoa, Tenn.) was a highlight of UNH’s first scoring drive.
  • Laube’s eight kick returns broke the previous record of seven set by Dontra Peters in 2011.
  • Carlos Washington Jr. (Fort Washington, Md.) led UNH with 11 carries for 58 yards.
  • Love was tops in receiving with five catches for 67 yards.
  • Brosmer completed 12 of his 21 passes for 101 yards.
  • Senior Drew Sanborn (Amherst, N.H.) averaged 42.8 yards on four punts.
  • The field goal by Hughes was his 13th of the year.

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