DURHAM, N.H. — Nico Steriti had his first 100-yard game of the season and scored a career-best four touchdowns as No. 1 seed New Hampshire rolled to a 44-19 win over Fordham in the second round of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs on Saturday.

The Wildcats (11-1) face eighth-seeded Chattanooga next weekend.

Jimmy Owens scored a 51-yard TD on New Hampshire’s first snap of the game and quarterback Sean Goldrich, who threw for 240 yards, added an 8-yard run to make it 14-0 after one.

Michael Marando’s two field goals sandwiched Chase Edmond’s 91-yard run and got Fordham (11-3) back within 14-12 with 5 minutes left in the first half. New Hampshire closed the half with Steriti’s 11-yard run after a couple long completions, and a field goal by Brad Prasky for a 24-12 lead.

Steriti finished with 110 yards for his 10th career 100-yard game.

Edmonds, a freshman, had 208 yards, his second 200-yard game.

COASTAL CAROLINA 36, RICHMOND 15: Coastal Carolina scored the first 21 points of the game while its defense clamped down on Richmond in a victory in a second-round FCS playoff game in Conway, South Carolina.

Alex Ross completed 22 of 41 passes for 171 yards and a 13-yard scoring toss to Craig Weick for the seventh-seeded Chanticleers (12-1). De’Angelo Henderson rushed for 134 yards and a 50-yard touchdown run. Ross became CCU’s all-timer passing leader with 6,511 yards.

Richmond’s Michael Strauss was 26-of-53 passing for 402 yards – though only 216 through the first three quarters. He had touchdown throws of 76 and 15 yards to Brian Brown, who finished with 181 yards receiving. Reggie Diggs added 140 yards receiving for the Spiders (9-5). Strauss was intercepted twice.

Coastal Carolina will take on second-seeded North Dakota State in the quarterfinals.

VILLANOVA 29, LIBERTY 22: John Robertson scored from a yard out with 1:12 left to lift the Wildcats over Liberty in a rainy second-round FCS game at Philadelphia.

The Wildcats trailed 19-14 at halftime and were down 22-14 after John Lunsford booted a 21-yard field goal for Liberty (9-5).

Villanova (11-2) advances to host Sam Houston State (10-4) in a quarterfinal Saturday.