The UNH Wildcats roll on Senior Day

Senior Day at Cowell Stadium provided to be a good one as the #13 UNH Wildcats beat Towson 38-19. They dominated the first half taking a 31-3 lead at the half.

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Senior tight end Kyle Auffray (#19) celebrates his trip to the end zone on senior day

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Senior wide receiver Kevon Mason (#5) led the Wildcats in receiving with 41 yards on 4 receptions. He also found his way into the end zone.

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Senior wide receiver Mike Greene (#16) stares down his defender on route to finding the endzone

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The UNH defensive truly made it a team effort as they tackle Towson running back Tremayne Dameron. The held Towson to 5 points over the first 3 quarters

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Junior quarterback Kevin Decker (#14) took over after Senior RJ Toman was knocked out of the game. The Wildcats didn’t miss a beat as he was 12 for 17 with 82 passing yards and a touchdown.

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Decker (#14) on his way to his 20 yard rushing touchdown. He finished with 31 yards rushing for the game

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Decker was quick on his feet all day and provided a nice tempo for the Wildcats

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Senior running back Sean Jellison (#24) lead the Wildcats with 57 rushing yards on 14 carries.

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Another Wildcat team tackle

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#31 Chris Beranger led the Wildcats with 9 total tackles as well as returned a kickoff

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Senior linebacker Matt Evans (#52) intercepts the pass en route to a 25 yard touchdown return

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The completion of the pick-six by linebacker #52 Matt Evans

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In addition to his interception, Evans, also had a forced fumble and 7 tackles bringing hi to 135 on the season which leads the CAA

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Jellison is wrapped up after one of his 14 carries. He eclipsed 1,000 yards rushing for his career as a Wildcat

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Wildcat defensive back Kyle Flemings (#20) had a great game contributing by recovering a fumble and interception

The Wildcats clinched a playoff birth to the Division 1 championship for the 7th year in a row. They will next play Bethune-Cookman University (10-1), champions of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, in a second-round game Saturday, Dec. 4, in Daytona Beach, Fla.

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