UNH FOOTBALL ADDS THREE MORE STUDENT-ATHLETES TO LIST OF LETTER OF INTENT SIGNEES

DURHAM, N.H.-- Three more student-athletes have signed letters of intent to play football for the University of New Hampshire. The announcement was made today by fourth-year head coach Sean McDonnell. This brings the total number of players signed to 16 for the Wildcats. Here's a look at the roster information for each of the three, followed by a brief biography:

Guay, Jared PK 6-1 195 Derry, N.H./Pinkerton Acad.
Henry, Matt WR 6-2 190 Creskill, N.J./Creskill
Trepanier-Boulay, Etienne DB 5-8 180 Montreal, Quebec/Kent School

Jared Guay, a 6-1, 195-pound kicker from Derry, N.H., brings with him some impressive statistics from Pinkerton Academy. Guay, a four-time All-State selection, booted a Class L state record 15 field goals during his career. He also set a Class L record with a 48-yard field goal, giving him four 40-plus field goals during his senior year. An oustanding punter as well, Guay set a school record with a 65-yard punt.

Matt Henry, a 6-2, 190-pound wide receiver from Creskill, N.J., is a graduate of Creskill High School where he caught 42 passes for 1,257 yards and 14 touchdowns and led a team that finished 10-2 and advanced to the state finals. He also was selected to play in the New Jersey North/South All-Star game. As a punter, he averaged 38 yards per attempt. An outstanding all-around athlete, Henry lettered and was a team captain in three different sports. In addition to playing football, he lettered in basketball twice and was a pitcher on the baseball team.

Etienne Trepanier-Boulay, a 5-8, 180-pound defensive back/wide receiver from Montreal, Quebec, brings outstanding speed and athleticism to the program. During his senior year, he recorded 64 rushes for 514 yards and nine touchdowns at the Kent School with an average of 8.03 yards per carry. As a receiver, he made 24 catches for 552 yards and five touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, he notched 72 tackles, 16 assisted, 13 pass breakups and two interceptions. A Class A New England Prep School Player of the Year at the Kent School, he was named first-team All-League at defense back his last two seasons. Named the team MVP in his senior campaign, he has run a 4.45 in the 40-yard dash. Also an outstanding student, he was named to the Southern Conference All-Academic squad in his junior and senior years.

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