51 - Mark Petercuskie
Mark Petercuskie
Height: 5-11
Weight: 232
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Holliston, Mass.
High School: Holliston
Position: LB
Major: Sociology

Personal
The son of Jerry and Karen Petercuskie... born 9-8-88 in New Brunswick, N.J... His father played football at Boston College, his uncle John Petercuskie played at Boston College and his uncle Gary Petercuskie played at Penn State

UNH HIGHLIGHTS | CAREER STATISTICS

2011
2011 Statistics
Won team's Buck Buchanan Distinguished Service Award... member of 2011 CAA Academic All-Conference Team... played in all 12 games as backup linebacker and starting long snapper... made 15 tackles, including nine solo stops... made single tackles vs Montana State, Towson, James Madison, Holy Cross and Lehigh... made multi-tackles against Villanova (5) and at Toledo (5)

2010
2010 Statistics
Named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team...played in 12 of 13 games...made 17 tackles, 12 solo, with one tackle for loss...provided depth to linebacking corps while serving on special teams....starting long snapper...made two tackles in NCAA D-I quarterfinal loss at No. 5 Delaware...notched career-high seven tackles in win over Towson...tallied a tackle in win at No. 9 Villanova...made four stops in inaugural Colonial Clash victory over UMass at Gillette Stadium...credited with three tackles in loss at Pittsburgh

2009 
Appeared in four games for the Wildcats...racked up five tackles, including three solo efforts

2008
Saw limited time at linebacker...recorded eight tackles in three games (4-4-8).

2007  
Redshirt season

Career Highs:
Tackles   
    Solo    7, vs Towson, 2010
    Assist    4, at Toledo, 2011
    Total    7, vs Towson, 2010
Sacks        n/a
Interceptions        n/a
Fumbles Forced        n/a
Fumbles Rec.        n/a

Before UNH
Lettered in football and basketball at Holliston H.S...played tight end and linebacker...helped his team to a Tri-Valley League Championship as a sophomore...played in the Massachusetts Shriners All-Star Classic...named a National Football Foundation Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete...named a Tri-Valley League All-Star...named a MetroWest Daily News All-Star in 2007

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