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  • UNH Research: Helmetless-Tackling Drills Significantly Reduce Head Impact
    - UNH Research: Helmetless-Tackling Drills Significantly Reduce Head Impact
    The national debate around football-related head impacts, and their relationship to concussions and spinal injuries, continues to raise concern in the United States. Sparked by... Read More
  • UNH students with Wild E. Cat and Gnarlz
    - Once a Wildcat...
    Cool temps and overcast skies couldn’t keep away thousands of UNH alumni, who returned to Durham the weekend of Oct. 2 to celebrate homecoming and fall reunions for the decade of... Read More
  • UNH football players with UNH chef on Thanksgiving
    - Multiply by Two
    The Wildcat football team just finished an inspiring season, overcoming a sluggish start to finish with an NCAA playoff berth. Last week, while classmates headed home for the... Read More
  • Peter King with Michael McCann
    - King Among Students
    Sports Illustrated national football writer Peter King — described by professor Michael McCann of the UNH School of Law as perhaps the most influential football writer in the... Read More
  • William P. Pizzano '49
    - In Memoriam—William P. Pizzano '49
    His license plate number was UNH 1. “I’ve never met anyone more proud to be a UNH graduate than Bill Pizzano,” says Amy Sheehan, athletic department administrative assistant, who... Read More
  • Lionel J. "Junie" Carbonneau, Jr. '51
    - In Memoriam—Lionel J. "Junie" Carbonneau, Jr. '51
    One of his former students at Tilton School dedicated a book to Lionel “Junie” Carbonneau ’51, calling him “a maker of men.” In the classroom and on the playing field, Carbonneau... Read More
  • Lawrence Woods with student
    - Lawrence Woods ’72
    UNH degree: Full-time student 1968- 1972, complete final nine credits in 1975. In 1975, earned a bachelor of arts degree with a major in History and a minor in sociology. In 1979... Read More
  • R.J. Harris '14 and Devontae Lefleur
    - MVP Mentor
    Of all the awards and accolades Wildcat wide receiver R.J. Harris ’14 amassed over the course of the football team’s remarkable fall, one that stands out might be surprising: a... Read More
  • UNH Football
    - Awards Season
      Just how many accolades can one team bring home? At the end of another record-making season, the football team was named the ECAC Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Team... Read More
  • X-ray of two football player brains
    - UNH Experts Weigh In On Concussion Crisis in Sports
    A panel of legal and athletics experts  will lead a discussion on concussions and sports during UNH’s upcoming Executive Forum Breakfast in Boston next month. Read More