September 20, 2010

DURHAM, N.H.Hayley Rausch (Severna Park, Md.) of the field hockey team and Terrance Fox (Piscataway, N.J.) of the football team are featured in this week's Service Credit Union Student-Athlete Spotlight. This information and more can be found in this week's Wildcat Roundup.




Hayley Rausch, field hockey

     Hayley recorded a goal and an assist in both of UNH’s victories last week against Harvard University (3-1) and Holy Cross (5-1) to help the Wildcats improve to 6-2 overall, which is the team’s best start since the 1999 team also won six of eight.

     The junior forward gave New Hampshire a 1-0 lead vs. Harvard when she one-timed a pass from Whitney Frates into the cage in the 15th minute. She was credited with an assist when the ‘Cats converted a penalty corner into a goal to take a 3-1 lead in the 53rd minute.

     Hayley once again struck first in the game vs. Holy Cross to give UNH a 1-0 lead at 10:50, and she assisted on the team’s fourth goal of the game at 58:58.

     Hayley leads the team in both assists (five) and points (13), and she is tied for the team lead in goals (four). She also ranks second in shots (26). Hayley has recorded a point in five of eight games and has scored a goal each of the last three games.


Terrance Fox, football

     Terrance recorded 11 catches for 118 yards and two touchdowns in UNH’s 28-25 loss at Rhode Island on Sept. 18. (His previous career highs were eight catches and 103 yards, as well as one TD.) He also had 12 rushing yards as well as 40 return yards for a total of 170 all-purpose yards.

     The senior wide receiver scored on a pair of 21-yard pass plays from quarterback R.J. Toman. In the first quarter, Terrance utilized a downfield block along the right sideline by Kevon Mason to race inside the right pylon and give UNH a 15-3 lead. It was Terrance’s third catch of the drive; he also had receptions of 6 and 10 yards on consecutive plays. And his 16-yard punt return gave the ‘Cats possession at the URI 44 yard-line to give New Hampshire good field position.

     In the fourth quarter, Terrance’s 21-yard scoring play put the Wildcats back in front, 25-21, with 6:56 to play.

     Through three games, Terrance ranks second on the team in both receptions (14) and receiving yards (160). He leads the team in both kick return (148) and punt return (59) yardage.



Wednesday, September 15

Field hockey: at UNH 3, Harvard 1

Friday, September 17

Holly Young Invitational (volleyball)

 at UNH 3, Dartmouth 2

Women’s soccer: at Northeasetern 3, UNH 1

Saturday, September 18

Holly Young Invitational (volleyball)

   Sacred Heart 3, at UNH 0

   Rutgers 3, at UNH 0

Football: at Rhode Island 28, UNH 25

Field Hockey: UNH 5, at Holy Cross 1

Sunday, September 19

Women’s soccer: at UNH 1, Bryant 0



Wednesday, September 22

Men’s soccer vs. Bryant, 7 p.m. (Bremner Field)

Thursday, September 23

Women’s soccer vs. Dartmouth, 4 p.m.

Friday, September 24

Field hockey at Mighigan, 3 p.m.

Men’s cross country at Maine, 4 p.m.

Women’s cross country at Maine, 4 p.m.

Volleyball at UConn, 7 p.m.

Saturday, September 25

Football vs. Lehigh, 12 p.m.

Men’s soccer at UMass, 1 p.m.

Field hockey at Central Michigan, 2 p.m.

Sunday, September 26

Women’s soccer at Boston U.



  • The UNH men’s cross country team did not race last week. The Wildcats return to action Sept. 24 for a dual meet at the University of Maine.


  • The UNH women’s cross country team did not race last week. The Wildcats return to action Sept. 24 for a dual meet at the University of Maine.

FIELD HOCKEY (6-2 overall, 0-0 America East)

  • UNH was victorious in both games last week with a 3-1 win at home vs. Harvard and a 5-1 road victory against Holy Cross. The 6-2 overall record is UNH’s best start to a season since the 1999 squad went 8-2.
  • UNH is 5-0 at home this season and has won seven straight games at Memorial Field.
  • Kyle Lyons (White River Junction, Vt.) scored a career-high two goals against Holy Cross. Kara Connolly (Mohegan Lake, N.Y.) matched her personal best of two assists in that game.
  • Hayley Rausch (Severna Park, Md.) tallied a goal and an assist in both games last week. She leads the team in both assists (five) and points (13), and is tied with the aforementioned Connolly and Lyons in goals (four).

FOOTBALL (1-2 overall, 0-1 CAA)

  • The UNH football team opened its conference slate last weekend with a 28-25 road loss to the University of Rhode Island.
  • Terrance Fox (Piscataway, N.J.) recorded career highs in both catches (11) and receiving yards (118). Joey Orlando (Bethlehem, Pa.) also had personal bests in both catches (six) and receiving yards (81).
  • R.J. Toman (Mission Viejo, Calif.) recorded his 50th career passing TD with his second strike vs. the Rams, a 21-yard completion to Fox in the fourth quarter. Toman finished the game with career highs in both completions (31) and pass attempts (44).
  • Alan Buzbee (Chester, N.J.) celebrated his 21st birthday with his first career start and a personal-best 10 tackles (nine solo) vs. the Rams.

MEN’S SOCCER (2-0-2 overall, 0-0-0 America East)

  • The UNH men’s soccer team was idle last week. The Wildcats return to action Sept. 22 at home against Bryant University.

WOMEN’S SOCCER (3-4-2 overall, 0-0-0 America East)

  • UNH split a pair of games last week with a 3-1 loss at Northeastern University and a 1-0 victory at home against Bryant University.
  • The Wildcats and freshman goalkeeper Erica Correa (Cheshire, Conn.) recorded the team’s first shutout of the 2010 season. Correa was credited with three saves in the 1-0 win vs. Bryant.
  • Junior Brooke Duchaney (Hampton Falls, N.H.), in her first year at UNH, recorded her first points as a Wildcat with a goal vs. her former team, Bryant.
  • Chelsea Kuss (Warners, N.Y.) tallied an assist in both of last week’s games.

VOLLEYBALL (4-9 overall, 0-0 America East)

  • UNH went 1-2 last week at its 3rd Annual Holly Young Invitational with a 3-2 victory against intrastate rival Dartmouth College followed by straight-set losses to Sacred Heart and Rutgers.
  • Sara Heldman (Greenwood, Ind.) was selected to the All-Tournament Team. She had a career-high 60 assists vs. Dartmouth. The last time a UNH player recorded 60+ assists in a match was during the 2007 season.
  • Destiny Tolliver (Rochester, Mich.) had a career day with 17 kills, three blocks, 12 digs and three service aces against Dartmouth.
  • Amy Keding (Northbrook, Ill.) recorded a career-high 21 kills as well as 18 digs in that match vs. the Big Green.
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