|From the Past - Perfect Sideline Pass|
March 4, 2017
March 3, 2017
|Head Coach Mike Clark|
Coach Clark said that any player who wants to go will make the trip.
February 22, 2017
Stevenson Football - Tennessee, Hottle Lead Seven to be Honored at Eastern College Football Awards Banquet
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January 28, 2017
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December 6, 2016
|A LycomingFootball.com file photo.|
NEW YORK – Former Lycoming College head football coach Frank Girardi joined an elite group in the College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday night, Dec. 6, as part of the National Football Foundation’s Annual Awards Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria, adding to an already legendary resume, as NFF chairman Archie Manning officially recognized Girardi as one in a 16-member class.
|(L) Defensive Coordinator Steve Wiser [43 Years plus 4 years as a player] |
and (R) Hall of Fame Coach Frank Girardi
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Former Lycoming College head football coach Frank Girardi spoke at the National Football Foundation’s Annual Awards Dinner Press Conference ahead of his induction into the College Football Hall of Fame tonight, Dec. 6, at 8 p.m., at the Waldorf-Astoria, as part of the NFF’s Annual Awards Dinner. The awards dinner will be broadcast on ESPN3.
Below are Coach Girardi’s comments at the press conference, provided by Caption Northwest, Inc.
BONNIE BERNSTEIN: Frank Girardi, 1972-2007 at Lycoming, 257 victories, won 72 percent of his games, one of only 17 coaches on any level -- any level -- to reach 250 wins at one school. Coach, Coach Bowes was talking about the importance of having an eye for talent, hiring coaches around who can complement you. But you think about that: 250 wins at one school, 29 straight winning seasons. What's the formula? What really worked? If you had a bunch of young, aspiring coaches sitting here in front of you, what would you -- how would you guide them?
November 23, 2016
A 6-foot-3, 243-pound inside linebacker, Russell is hoping to continue his playing career beyond college.
Russell will be in Daytona for the National Bowl from December 1-4 and will compete with and against FCS, NCAA Division II and Division III players. The game will be attended by scouts from both the National Football League (NFL) and the Canadian Football League (CFL). There will also be an Athletes and Agents Conference during the weekend.
The National Bowl will also have a live video stream for fans to watch at http://audiblesports.net/
November 19, 2016
DOVER, Del. – No. 18 Wesley College punched in a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns en route to a 38-17 win over No. 20 Stevenson University in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Division III Football Championship Saturday afternoon at Scott D. Miller Stadium. The Wolverines improve to 9-2 and advance to face No. 7 John Carroll next weekend, while the Mustangs, who were making their first NCAA appearance, finish at 9-2 for the second straight season.
Wesley, which is making its 12th straight and 13th overall NCAA appearance, was led by 265 rushing yards and three touchdowns by Jamar Baynard. The Wolverines amassed 540 total yards of offense, with quarterback Nick Falkenberg finishing 21-35 passing for for 199 yards and two touchdowns. Bryce Shade caught 12 balls for 123 yards and had both touchdown grabs.