New Hampshire Football Report

Brosmer, Laube lead UNH

EASTON, Mass. – Junior captain Max Brosmer (Roswell, Ga.) threw a career-high five touchdown passes and senior captain Dylan Laube (Westhampton, N.Y.) scored three TDs to propel the No. 11/12 University of New Hampshire football team to Saturday afternoon’s season-opening 51-17 win against Stonehill College at W.B. Mason Stadium.

Brosmer completed 19 of 25 passes for 285 yards and completed his TD passes to five receivers. Laube scored three different ways: a 58-yard punt return, 23-yard reception and 11-yard run – all in the first quarter. He finished the game with 229 all-purpose yards with a breakdown of 89 rushing, 31 receiving, 51 kickoff return and 58 punt return.

Ryan Toscano (Bedford, N.H.) and Nathan Kapongo (Westbrook, Maine) tied for the team lead with five tackles, and both players had one tackle for loss. Six Wildcats were credited with four tackles. Joe Eichman (Merrimack, N.H.) recorded the only takeaway by either team’s defense with a first-quarter interception that led to a UNH touchdown.

UNH’s special teams recovered a muffed punt and blocked two kicks. Zach Garron (Bedford, N.H.) blocked a punt that resulted in Laube’s TD punt return and Randall Harris (Walled Lake, Mich.) blocked a 43-yard field goal attempt, also in the first quarter.


  • UNH rushed the ball 35 times for 153 yards (4.4 yards/carry) as part of 437 total yards of offense.
  • SC amassed 105 of its 303 total yards of offense in the fourth quarter.
  • New Hampshire was a +2 in turnover margin with two takeaways.
  • The Wildcats recorded nine tackles for loss but not a sack; the Skyhawks made five tackles behind the line of scrimmage, including two sacks.
  • The ‘Cats had the edge in time of possession at 32:08.


  • Brosmer surpassed his previous best of four TD passes.
  • Brosmer entered the season No. 9 on the program’s career leaderboard with 5,252 passing yards. He surpassed Jim Stayer (5,349 yards;1992-94) and Matt Griffin (5,425 from 1987-91) to rise to No. 7 with 5,536.
  • Laube, last year’s national leader in all-purpose yards per game. has seven career games with 200+ all-purpose yards.
  • Mazzie was a perfect 6-for-6 on PAT kicks and also made his only field goal attempt; his previous career long was 43 yards.
  • Kyle Lepkowski (Adamstown, Md.) had a team-high three catches for 39 yards.
  • Maurisseau  led the Wildcats with 78 receiving yards, including a 69-yard touchdown.
  • Sean Lehane (Milford, Mass.) averaged 44.6 yards on five punts.
  • Barry Kleinpeter was the QB on all four UNH possessions in the fourth quarter; that including a kneel down with two seconds to play. He was 0-for-3 passing with two rushes for six yards.


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