New Hampshire Football Report

UNH 24, Stony Brook 14

DURHAM – Sophomore quarterback Max Brosmer (Roswell, Ga.) passed for 291 yards and two touchdowns to lead the University of New Hampshire football team to Saturday’s 24-14 victory against Stony Brook University in front of a Homecoming crowd of 13,273 at Wildcat Stadium.


Brosmer completed 23 of 36 passes with TD throws of 5 and 10 yards. Redshirt freshman Joey Corcoran (Montreal, Quebec) was the top target with seven catches for 96 yards and junior Kyle Lepkowski (Adamstown, Md.) had five receptions for 94 yards.

 Junior running back Dylan Laube (Westhampton, N.Y.) led UNH’s ground game with 20 rushes for 77 yards, including a 3-yard touchdown run.

The Wildcats’ defense recorded five sacks as part of nine tackles for loss. Juniors Randall Harris (Walled Lake, Mich.) and Max Oxendine (Chester, Va.), grad student Pierce DeVaughn (Plano, Texas) and sophomore Dylan Ruiz (Kissimmee, Fla.) led the Wildcats with five tackles apiece. Ruiz finished with two tackles for loss – both sacks – and classmate Josiah Silver (Hampton, Va.) had three tackles for loss with one sack.

SBU’s offense was led by Ross Tallarico, who rushed 22 times for 75 yards, caught a TD and threw a 55-yard touchdown pass. Charlie McKee, who entered the game at the start of the third quarter and completed 18 of 26 passes for 190 yards and one TD.

UNH improved to 4-2 overall and remains atop the CAA standings at 4-0; Elon is the only other undefeated team in the CAA at 3-0. SBU is now 0-5, 0-4.


  • Stony Brook outgained UNH by one yard, 379-378. The Wildcats had the edge on the ground, 87-79, while the visitors had the edge in the air, 300-291.
  • The turnover margin was even; both teams committed one turnover.
  • New Hampshire had the advantage in time of possession at 33:34.
  • UNH converted 6 of 15 third downs in comparison to SBU’s 2-for-12; the Seawolves were also 1-for-4 on fourth downs.
  • The previous time UNH started 4-0 in the CAA was in 2014, when the Wildcats finished 8-0 in the conference and 12-2 overall.
  • Junior Joe Eichman (Merrimack, N.H.), who missed the previous four games, recorded his first career interception with a 43-yard return to give the Wildcats 1st-and-10 at the SBU 21 in the fourth quarter.
  • Corcoran’s seven catches matched his personal best and the 96 yards are a career high.
  • Brosmer’s 291 yards were five less than his career high of 296 vs. North Carolina Central.
  • Linkins has three career TD receptions on three career catches.
  • Ruiz matched his personal best of five tackles.
  • DeVaughn’s five tackles are his high as a Wildcat.
  • Sean Lehane (Milford, Mass.) pinned SBU inside the 20 four times on seven punts with a long of 57 yards.


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