UNH football looking to rebound after last year’s heartbreaking Northeast-10 title game loss

(WTNH)–Just three points. That was the margin of defeat in the University of New Haven football team’s loss in last year’s Northeast-10 championship game. On Wednesday, UNH was back on the field for the start of spring practice.

The Chargers were 7-4 last season, losing 17-14 to Assumption in the title game. They bring back most of their players from last year’s team, and are ready to put the disappointing finish behind them.

“Our kids understand what we let slip away,” said head coach Chris Pincince. “I think they understand what it took to get to that point, and all we keep talking about is just trying to improve every day.”

The Chargers have 15 spring practices, and open on September 3 at Slippery Rock.

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