|Hometown:||West Haven, Conn.|
|High School:||Notre Dame|
The son of Judd Goldrich... born 7-6-93 in New York, N.Y.
Added to CFPA Freshman Performer of Year Watch List on Oct. 31... led victory at Rhode Island by completing 17 of 27 passes for 245 yards; threw for a TD and rushed for first career score… ... named CAA Rookie of Week and College Sports Journal Offensive Freshman of Week after going 18-for-39 for 283 yards and four TDs in victory at Maine; also garnered CFPA QB Performer of Week Honorable Mention... completed 1 of 2 passes for 5 yards and ran once for 4 yards against Minnesota... named CAA Rookie of Week on Sept. 3 following win at Holy Cross... in college debut, completed 21 of 31 passes for 193 yards and two TDs (Orlando (five yards), Harris (eight yards)) in victory at Holy Cross; added team-leading 71 yards rushing on 10 carries... became first redshirt freshman QB to start season opener in UNH history at Holy Cross on Aug. 30... went 10-for-19 for 89 yards in fall Blue-White Game... completed 10 of 15 passes for 147 yards and a TD (32 yards to Joey Orlando) in spring Blue-White Game; added 61 yards on 10 rushes and an 11-yard scoring run...played in nine games...passed for 1202 yards and 8 touchdowns...averaged 133.6 passing yards a game...finished with a completion percentage of 59.4...rushed the ball 48 times for 174 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 19.3 rushing yards per game.
Yards 193, at Holy Cross, 2012
Attempts 31, at Holy Cross, 2012
Completions 21, at Holy Cross, 2012
Longest 40, at Holy Cross, 2012
Touchdowns 2, at Holy Cross, 2012
Yards 71, at Holy Cross, 2012
Attempts 10, at Holy Cross, 2012
Longest 17, at Holy Cross, 2012
Compiled a 25-4 record as starting quarterback for coach Tom Marcucci at Notre Dame High School in West Haven, Conn., including a state championship in his junior year... as senior, named All-State, All-Area, All-League, All-Southern Connecticut Conference... passed for 1,800 yards, threw for 21 touchdowns and notched eight rushing TDs during senior season... as junior, threw for 1,700 yards, 21 touchdowns and only one interception to earn recognition on the Levi Jackson All-Area Team, All-State Second Team and Academic All-State team... was named to the Levi Jackson All-Area Team, All-State First Team, All-Area Team and All-Conference First Team... also lettered in baseball... batted .389 as a junior with 15 stolen bases, leading his team to the state championship game