We are Wildcats, hear us roar
Athletics are an integral part of the UNH Wildcat experience. School spirit means cheering on UNH’s 18 Division 1 varsity athletic teams and 600+ student athletes. It also means choosing from a wide array of club and intramural sports to get involved on campus and form lasting friendships.
Sophomore forward and captain Tasmin Cookman (Woking, England) recorded a goal and an assist to lead the University of New Hampshire field hockey team to a 3-2 victory against Dartmouth at Chase Field. Tamera Cookman (Woking, England) and Mari Shea (Hampstead, N.H.) were UNH's other goal scorers and Jemma Woods (Frimley, England) was credited with six saves.
Senior forward Nicole Kelly (Brantford, Ontario) scored three goals to record her first career hat trick and lift the University of New Hampshire women's hockey team to a 6-1 victory against Saint Anselm College at Sullivan Arena.
Max Brosmer (Roswell, Ga.), a junior quarterback and captain on the No. 14/17 University of New Hampshire football team, was named a semifinalist for the 2023 William V. Campbell Trophy by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.
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.
Hamel Rec Center
Our recreation center includes over 18,000 square feet of fitness space, including everything from a bouldering wall, to basketball courts, to a cycling studio, to racquetball courts and more.
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