New Hampshire 20, Southeastern Louisiana 17: Quarterback Sean Goldrich dove in for the game-winning 2-yard touchdown run with 47 seconds to play to push the visiting Wildcats into the FCS semifinals for the first time in school history.Goldrich threw for 276 yards on 24-for-35 passing while also rushing for 99 and three touchdowns. R.J. Harris grabbed 11 catches for 110 yards to lead the Wildcats, who will visit No. 1 seed North Dakota State on Friday in the semifinals.Bryan Bennett was 25-of-46 for 269 yards with a touchdown and interception for the Lions (11-3), who were held to a season-low 75 yards rushing. Bennett rushed for a team-high 29 yards and a score.Bennett looked like he had given the Lions the victory on a miraculous touchdown pass to Marcus Fruge with 5:17 to go on fourth-and-goal from the five. Bennett broke away from two sacks before finding Fruge in the back of the end zone to give the Lions a 17-14 lead.But the Wildcats answered by driving 80 yards in 14 plays. Goldrich converted a fourth-and-inches with a little more than a minute left before diving in for the winning score on second-and-goal.GAME NOTEBOOK: New Hampshire won in the quarterfinals for the first time in seven tries. … The Lions blocked two New Hampshire field goals and an extra point that kept it a three-point game after Goldrich's final touchdown. … Southeastern Louisiana entered the game leading the nation in fourth-down defense at 21 percent before allowing New Hampshire to convert 2-of-3.