New Hampshire Football Report

UNH 45, Stony Brook 14

STONY BROOK, N.Y. – Junior quarterback Max Brosmer (Roswell, Ga.) completed 28 of 40 passes for 335 yards and four touchdowns and senior Dylan Laube (Westhampton Beach, N.Y.) celebrated his final game in his native Long Island with two scores to lead the 22nd-ranked UNH football team to Saturday afternoon’s 45-14 CAA victory against Stony Brook at LaValle Stadium.

With its second straight win, UNH improved to 4-3 overall and 2-2 in the CAA. Stony Brook slipped to 0-7, 0-4 CAA.

Brosmer threw his four scoring passes to four receivers and distributed the ball to nine receivers overall while playing turnover-free football. He added a rushing score on a fake field goal.

Laube, the nation’s leader in all-purpose yards, totaled a game-high 149 yards. He was the Wildcats’ top ground-gainer (42 yards on 15 rushes) and secured a team-high seven receptions for 57 yards. He scored on a 23-yard reception and a 7-yard rush.

Sophomore Joey Corcoran (Montreal, Quebec) led a balanced receiving corps with four catches for 76 yards and a touchdown. Sophomore Caleb Burke (Johnstown, Pa.) tallied 75 receiving yards and a TD on five receptions.

The Wildcat defense shut Stony Brook out in the second half to help spoil the Seawolves’ Homecoming game. Junior Duncan Moreland (Beverly, Mass.) led the charge with a career-high seven tackles and a fumble recovery. Sophomore Zach Garron (Bedford, N.H./two tackles) forced a fumble -which he recovered- on a strip sack, and sophomore Max Tillett (Catawissa, Pa.) finished with five tackles and a forced fumble.


  • Brosmer registered his fifth 300-yard passing game of the season and the seventh of his career.

  • Kapongo’s blocked field goal was UNH’s nation-leading ninth blocked kick of the season.

  • Corcoran’s 54-yard TD reception was two yards shy of his career-long 56-yarder at Dartmouth on Oct. 15, 2022.

  • Nick Mazzie improved to 8 of 10 in field goals this season, including 3-for-4 from 40-plus yards. He was 6-for-6 on PATs.

  • Brosmer’s first-half numbers were 22-for-28 passing for three TDs and four rushes for 21 yards and a TD.

  • By defeating Stony Brook for the fourth straight time, UNH improved to 8-3 in the all-time series.

  • The Wildcats venture to the University of Rhode Island (4-4, 2-3) on Saturday for a 1 p.m. game.


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