DURHAM, N.H. -- R.J. Toman threw for 292 yards and four touchdowns to lead New Hampshire to a 42-14 rout over Townson on Saturday.
The Wildats (6-1, 3-1 Colonial Athletic Conference) won their 500th game as a football program.
Toman, who completed 20 of 26 passes, had a 14-yard passing score to Boyle in the second. Toman threw another touchdown for 7 yards to Sean Jellison in the game quarter as New Hampshire claimed a 35-7.
Terrance Fox, who had 103 yards on four receptions, caught a 40-yard touchdown from Toman in the fourth quarter for the Wildcats. Simpson finished with 85 yards rushing on 11 carries.
Sean Schaefer went 34-of-48 passing for 309 yards, threw one touchdown and two interceptions for the Tigers (3-5, 1-3), who have lost five straight games against New Hampshire. Hakeem Moore caught nine passes for 110 yards.
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