UNH is home to 20 Division I varsity athletics teams that bring home national championships and division titles and whose athletes are consistently recognized for their academic achievements. If Wildcat pride is infectious, we’ve got an epidemic on our hands.

Tools to keep up with your teams, no matter where they're playing.

  • Women's soccer player kicking ball
    Wildcat Highlights

    Wildcats Record Conference's Highest GPA The 2nd Straight Year

    The University of New Hampshire won the America East Academic Cup for the second consecutive year and fourth time overall as UNH student-athletes compiled a conference-best 3.23 grade point average in the 2015-16 academic year.

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  • Women's track meet
    Wildcat Highlights

    Welcome to Wildcat Stadium

    The University of New Hampshire football team raises the curtain on its new home - Wildcat Stadium. After nearly 80 years in Cowell Stadium, Wildcat fans will be treated to an enhanced game-day experience unlike anything that has been available to them in the past.

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  • Cowell Stadium during football game
    Wildcat Highlights

    Wildcats in the Community

    The 700 Family Durham Yard Sale has grown and grown through the years into a hugely popular community event, held each year on the first Saturday after Labor Day. The role of UNH's athletic teams in the Yard Sale has expanded right along with the sale.

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Get the facts

 

Teams

20

DIVISION 1 TEAMS

 

 

Titles

105

conference CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

 

Student Athletes

600

STUDENT ATHLETES

 

 

Centers

Wildcat

university MASCOT

 

 

 

  • Students cheering at hockey game
    Wildcats in action

    The ice at the Whittemore Center is the training ground for student-athletes who go on to professional teams here and abroad.

  • UNH Volleyball
    Wildcats in action

    The women's volleyball team captured America East titles in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

  • Ski race
    Wildcats in action

    Located just an hour away from campus, the White Mountains offer ample training grounds for UNH alpine and Nordic skiers.

  • Gymnastics meet
    Wildcats in action

    Splits, leaps, handstands and twisting back flips — all on a beam just four inches wide? No sweat for Wildcat gymnasts.

  • Marching band playing during football game
    Wildcats in action

    For 95 years the Wildcat Marching Band has been making music in Cowell Stadium.

'Cat Nation Mobile App

Download the official mobile app for UNH Athletics - your one-stop shop for everything Wildcats including breaking news, live game coverage, ticket specials, and more!

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Campus Recreation

 

From synchronized skating to rugby and fencing, there’s plenty of opportunity for non-varsity competitive play. Aquatics, group classes and outdoor adventures make it easy to stay active year round.