13 - Mike MacArthur
Mike MacArthur
Height: 5-10
Weight: 199
Year: Jr.
Hometown: North Hampton, N.H.
High School: Winnacunnet
Position: K/P
Major: Nutritional Sciences

Personal
The son of David and Amy MacArthur... born 2-7-91 in Portsmouth, N.H.

UNH HIGHLIGHTS | CAREER STATISTICS | PHOTOS

2012
2012 Statistics
Named to All-CAA Third Team and College Sports Madness All-CAA Third Team... named CAA & ECAC Special Teams Player of Week for performance in Homecoming win vs Richmond; went 5-for-5 in PATs, kicked 27-yard FG and pinned Spiders back at 1-yard line with game-long 51-yard punt in fourth quarter... hit one of two field goals and five of six extra points, to go along with four punts totaling 134 yards in win at Georgia State... had four punts in the win against CCSU, MacArthur covered 95 yards total... Punted five times for a total of 201 yards (long of 50) against Minnesota... punted twice for 96 yards (long of 48) in win at Holy Cross... named to Phil Steele's Preseason All-CAA Second Team at kicker; ranked preseason No. 10 kicker nationally... placed on CFPA Placekicker Award Watch List... named to College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA Second Team...played in all 12 games...went 11-14 field goal attempts...on extra point attempts he made 38-46...finished with 71 total points on the season to lead the team.


2011
2011 Statistics
Named All-CAA Second Team kicker... received CAA Commissioner's Academic Award... member of 2011 CAA Academic All-Conference Team... played in all 12 games, serving as starting place-kicker and punter... went 15-for-18 (83.3%) in field-goal attempts, with a long of 47 yards... converted 40 of 43 PATs... led Wildcats with 85 points... punted 40 times for 1,532 yards, averaging 38.3 yards/punt with a long of 59 yards... kicked 36-yard field goal in NCAA second-round playoff loss at Montana State... booted 32-yard field goal in win against Maine... kicked a 36-yard field goal and a 21-yard FG in win over James Madison... named Beyond Sports Network Punter of the Week for 59-yard punt and 49.5 yards/punt average in win over Rhode Island; also kicked a 28-yard field goal... tied career high with 47-yard field goal at Gillette Stadium in Colonial Clash triumph vs UMass; added 35-yard FG... drilled 37-yard field goal in loss at William & Mary... set career high with three FGs -from 24 yards, 27 yards and 23 yards- in win over Villanova... kicked 25-yard FG in win against Holy Cross... hit 23-yard field goal in win at Richmond... connected for 25-yard and 35-yard FGs in OT win at Lehigh, the latter tied the game late in fourth quarter; also was named CFPA Punter of the Week Honorable Mention after punting four times (long of 57) for 186 yards (46.5 yards/punt)... tabbed to CFPA D-I FCS Watch List during preseason

2010
2010 Statistics
Received 2010-11 CAA Commissioner's Academic Award...named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team......named to All-CAA Third Team...was only true freshman to see game action...went 10-for-13 in field goal kicking, with a high of 47 yards at Maine...successfully converted all 24 PATs...led team with 54 points...had one punt for 31 yards at Rhode Island...kicked a 23-yard field goal in NCAA D-I quarterfinal loss at No. 5 Delaware...connected for 31-yard field goal in victory over Towson...went 1-for-2 with a 40-yard field goal in loss to No. 4 William & Mary...hit 2 of 2 field goals, a 25-yarder and a 30-yarder, in triumph at No. 6 James Madison...drilled 34-yard field goal in win over No. 11 Richmond..Successfully hit 2 of 3 field goals, including career-high 47-yard try, in loss at Maine...hit only field goal attempt, from 37 yards away, in win over Lehigh...Went 1-for-1 with a 26-yard field goal at Rhode Island.

Career Highs:
Field Goals    Most    3, vs Villanova, 2011
    Longest    47, 2x, last at UMass, 2011
PATs    Most    7, at Old Dominion, 2012
Kickoffs    Most    10, at Old Dominion, 2012
Punts    Longest    71, at Maine, 2012
    Most    7, at Maine, 2012

Before UNH
Attended Phillips Exeter Academy as post-graduate student...graduated in top 10 percent of the Winnacunnet High School class of 2009...accepted into the National Honors Society as a Junior. SAT Scores; Math 650, Verbal 770, Writing 680...two-year kicker/punter for the WHS varsity football team...took 26 punts as a senior, averaging 40 yards per punt with a 2.5 yard average return..had a long punt of 60 yards...made 29 out of 32 PATs (1 missed, 2 blocked)...hit 4 out of 5 field goals with a long of 39 yards in wet muddy conditions...four-year starter on the W.H.S. soccer team and voted captain as a senior

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