12 - R.J. Toman
R.J. Toman
Height: 6-1
Weight: 212
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Mission Viejo, Calif.
High School: Mission Viejo
Position: QB
Major: History

Personal
The son of Rick and Maryavis Toman… born 2-27-88 in Chicago, Ill…his uncle, Jerome Toman, played football at the University of Illinois (1956-59)

UNH HIGHLIGHTS

2010
Completed career as one of top signal callers in UNH history: finished with 658 completions (No. 2); 1,077 attempts (No. 4) and 8,015 yards (No. 2), finishing just 83 yards shy of Top-10 in CAA career all-purpose yardage...228 completions were second-most in career ('08-231) and ninth-most in UNH single season...tabbed to All-CAA Third Team...named ECAC and CAA Player of Week and received Gold Helmet Award followigng performance in Sep. 25 win over Lehigh (26 of 37, 348 yards, 4 TDs)...served as offensive co-captain...started 12 of 13 games, completing 228 of 368 passes for 2,414 yards...threw 15 TDs and 11 INTs...long pass for season was 56 yards...averaged 201.2 yards per game and completed 62% of passes...was team's third-leading rusher with 197 yards on 120 attempts...averaged 16.4 yards rushing per game with four touchdowns, second-most on squad...long run of season was for 28 yards...completed 20 of 36 passes for 136 yards, adding 39 rushing yards on 12 attempts in quarterfinal loss at No. 5 Delaware...completed 8 of 8 passes for 95 yards and 2 TDs in Senior Day win over Towson; connected with Kevon Mason (6 yds.) and Mike Greene (28 yds.); rushed for one yard...went 11 of 22 for 158 yards, 2 TDs and 1 INT in win at No. 9 Villanova; carried 14 times for 23 yards and touchdown; TD run was for 10 yards, and scoring strikes were to Joey Orlando (season-long 56-yard pass) and Terrance Fox (6 yds.)...completed 26 of 44 passes for 232 yards, with one INT, in loss to No. 4 William & Mary; led team with 14 rushing yards on 13 carries...compiled 176 passing yards on 14-of-26 passing with TD in inaugural Colonial Clash victory against No. 12 UMass at Gillette Stadium; also rushed for two yards and two TDs on eight carries; both scoring rushes were 1-yd carries; TD pass was for 11 yards (Orlando)...went 22 of 40 for 248 yards with TD and INT in win at No. 6 James Madison; TD pass was to Fox for 13 yards...completed 20 of 29 passes for 166 yards and a TD in Homecoming triumph against No. 11 Richmond; rushed for 13 yards on 10 carries; TD strike to Orlando was a 20-yard hook-up...completed 26 of 38 for 304 yards, TD and 3 INTs in loss at Maine; TD pass was 5-yarder to Fox; led team with 10 carries for 36 yards...went 26-for-37, passing for season-high 348 yards and 4 TDs in win over Lehigh; scoring passes to Orlando (1 yd., 14 yds.), Fox (21 yds.) and Dontra Peters (14 yds.); also rushed for 19 yards on eight carries...completed 31 of 44 passes for 284 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in loss to Rhode Island; TD passes both to Fox (21 yds. each)...completed 15 of 29 for 183 yards and INT in loss at Pittsburgh; ran for 10 yards on 12 carries...completed nine of 15 passes for 84 yards and a TD in season-opening win over Central Connecticut State; TD pass was 3-yard toss to Chris Jeannot

2009
Played in 12 of 13 games and was the team’s top quarterback...completed 174 of 210 pass attempts for 2,181 yards and 15 TDs...ranked second on the team in carries (110)...third on the team in rushing yardage (251)...also third in rushing TDs (four)...season highs in both completions (23) and pass attempts (45) at UMass; threw for 284 yards and two TDs in that game...season-high 292 passing yards (15-for-28, one TD) in the regular-season victory against Villanova...completed 17 of 25 pass attempts for 240 yards and three TDs in the NCAA first-round win at McNeese State...long pass of 65 yards vs. Dartmouth...career-high 16 carries against both Ball State and Rhode Island...season-high 58 rushing yards vs. Dartmouth...long run of 27 yards at Ball State

2008
Played in all 13 games...single-season bests in both passing yards (3,110) and touchdowns (28)...completed 231 of 355 pass attempts for a 65.1% completion percentage...had a 156.24 passing efficiency rating...carried the ball 106 times for 219 yards...ranked second on the team in rushing TDs with six...recorded a season-high 266.56 pass efficiency rating against UMass by completing 10 of 18 attempts for 295 yards, including a 77-yard pass play, and four TDs...season-high 309 passing yards (29-for-40) against Rhode Island...also had a season-high five passing TDs vs. URI...four passing TDs against both Albany and Towson...season-high 76.9% completion percentage (20-for-26) against Towson...had 14 rushes for 55 yards and two TDs against William & Mary; eclipsed 300 passing yards (27-36, 305 yards, 2 TDs) in that game...five carries for a season-high 61 yards and one TD vs. UMass...also had a rushing TD in both NCAA playoff games (Southern Illinois, Northern Iowa)

2007
Saw significant action in two games and played in five games overall...completed 25 of 34 pass attempts for 310 yards and four TDs...overall passer efficiency rating of 188.94...filled in for injured All-American Ricky Santos vs. Delaware and led the team to a 35-30 victory; threw for 98 yards and two TDs on 5-for-9 passing for a 220.36 passing efficiency...also had seven carries for 47 yards – both season highs – in that game vs. UD...started the game vs. Iona and led team to a 49-21 victory; completed 15 of 19 pass attempts for 172 yards and one touchdown...recorded 20 carries for 74 yards and one TD

2006
Redshirt season

Before UNH

Lettered in football and basketball at Mission Viejo High School...completed 140 of 216 passes for 2,815 yards and 29 TDs...rushed for 560 yards and four TDs...led the team to the Southern California championship title...led the team to a No. 1 ranking in California by USA Today...named the 2004 MVP of the South Coast League

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