6 Chris Chandler
6 Chris Chandler
Height: 6-2
Weight: 215
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Wakefield, Mass.
High School: Bridgton Academy
Position: WR
Major: Economics, Earth Science

The son of Ernest and Kathleen Chandler… born 8-15-86 in Boston


2011 Statistics
Recipient of Eugene K. Auerbach Student-Athlete Award... member of 2011 CAA Academic All-Conference Team... registered career-high 18 receptions for 170 yards in 11 games, 10 starts... averaged 9.4 yards/catch and 15.5 rec. yards/game, with a high of 17 yards... best performance was 4 catches for 46 yards in win over Holy Cross... had multi-catch efforts vs Toledo, Lehigh, William & Mary, Rhode Island and Towson... added single catch against Villanova, Maine and Montana State... leading receiver in spring Blue-White Game with three catches for 74 yards, highlighted by 60-yard catch on pass from Mickey Mangieri... granted medical hardship waiver by NCAA to return for one more season

2010 Statistics
Named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team... played in all 13 games, with one start (vs Richmond)... collected 12 receptions for 164 yards (12.6 yards per game) and one touchdown... long reception was 63 yards (TD) in NCAA D-I second-round playoff win at No. 13 Bethune-Cookman... led team with two 2-point conversion receptions... had 2 catches, tying career high, and personal-best 68 yards receiving at Bethune-Cookman... made 1 grab for 7 yards in win over Towson... had 1 reception for 6 yards in loss to No. 4 William & Mary... matched career high with 2 catches, gathering 26 receiving yards, in inaugural Colonial Clash victory over No. 12 UMass at Gillette Stadium; added 2-point conversion reception from Kevin Decker... Notched 9-yard reception in win at No. 6 James Madison... had 1 catch for 4 yards in Homecoming win over No. 11 Richmond... set career high with 2 catches for 27 yards in win over Lehigh... made successful 2-point converstion reception from Kevin Decker in loss at Rhode Island... had two tackles, and forced a fumble, in loss at Pittsburgh... made 1 catch for 12 yards in season opener versus Central Connecticut State

Played in eight games... recorded one catch for 10 yards (vs. Dartmouth)... recovered from nagging knee injury

Added depth to a deep receiving corps

Saw little playing time due to injury...played in one game (vs. Marshall)

Redshirt season

Career Highs:
    Yards    68, at Bethune-Cookman, 2010
    Receptions    4, vs Holy Cross, 2011
    Longest    63, at Bethune-Cookman, 2010
    Touchdowns     1, at Bethune-Cookman, 2010

Before UNH
A three-sport athlete at Malden Catholic in football, track and field and lacrosse... posted 2,000 career receiving yds and 14 TDs at MCHS... Catholic Conference All-Star in 2004 and 2005 ... named the best team offensive player in 2004 and 2005... led Division I and Catholic Conference in TDs in 2004 and 2005... helped Malden Catholic to the State Division I Finals in 2004

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