Former UNH quarterback Tim Cramsey is the longest-tenured assistant coach on the staff, in his ninth year overall and second straight season as the team’s offensive coordinator in 2011. Cramsey, who has also mentored quarterbacks since 2008, previously coached running backs for two seasons (2006-07) and tight ends/fullbacks during his first three coaching years (2003-05).
In 2010, the Wildcats’ passing offense ranked second in the CAA at 220.1 yards per game. UNH also boasted the top red zone offense, scoring on 38 of 43 trips inside the 20-yard line for an 88.4-percent success rate.
Under Cramsey’s direction, quarterback R.J. Toman compiled one of the finest QB careers in school history, finishing with 658 completions (No. 2 all-time), 8,015 yards (No. 2) and 1,077 attempts (No. 4) from 2007-10.
During his stint with UNH tight ends, Cramsey had the opportunity to work with All-America Jon Williams, who subsequently signed a free agent contract with the NFL’s St. Louis Rams.
Cramsey coached for two seasons at the high school level: one at Allentown Central Catholic and another at Emmaus High School, where he coached quarterbacks.
A 1998 graduate of UNH, where he earned a degree in Business Administration, Cramsey was the Wildcats starting QB for two seasons.