STONY BROOK, N.Y. -- Max Brosmer threw two touchdown passes to Brian Espanet, Jason Hughes kicked two field goals and New Hampshire beat Stony Brook 20-14 on Saturday night for its third straight Colonial Athletic Association win.
Trailing 14-10 in the fourth quarter after Stopping Stony Brook on downs, Brosmer hit Espanet on a 20-yard TD catch and the Wildcats (4-2, 3-0) led 20-14 after Hughes' 20-yard field goal with 5:07 left.
New Hampshire again stopped the Seawolves on downs and ran out the clock for the win.
Brosmer was 16 of 26 for 196 yards and Espanet had four catches for 59 yards.
The Wildcats struck first on Brosmer's 15-yard TD pass over the middle to Espanet, but the Seawolves replied on their next drive with Fields' 15-yard pass to Jean Constant.
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