• Chambers promoted to head coach for LaGrange
    July 11, 2018
    With Steve Pardue out after one season, Earl Chambers is promoted from within to coach the Panthers with less than one month remaining until the opening of training camp.
  • LaGrange beats Methodist 39-30 to give Steve Pardue first win
    September 16, 2017
    Nicholas Searcy and Brendon Scott combine for 252 yards rushing and three touchdowns
  • Pardue selected as LaGrange head coach
    February 03, 2017
    Steve Pardue coached in Callaway Stadium, just off the LaGrange campus, for nearly two decades on Friday nights. Now he'll return and coach on Saturdays.
  • Mumme takes Air Raid to Nevada
    December 21, 2016
    Matt Mumme, the head coach at LaGrange for the past three-plus seasons, is leaving to become offensive coordinator at Nevada.
  • 10 games to watch in 2016
    August 29, 2016
    There's a new Around the Mid-Atlantic columnist, but he's no stranger to D3football.com readers. Here are the 10 games in the region that caught Andrew Lovell's eye when he studied the USA South, ODAC, and Centennial schedules.
  • LaGrange's Carter reaches milestone in 37-9 win over Averett
    November 16, 2013
    Senior linebacker finishes season with 106 tackles; first Panther to reach milestone.
  • Mooney out, Mumme in at LaGrange
    October 31, 2013
    There's a Mumme head coaching in Division III again, except this time it's Matt Mumme, who takes over at LaGrange after Todd Mooney suddenly stepped down.
  • LaGrange finds its identity on offense
    October 16, 2013
    A transfer under center is helping the Panthers light things up this season in the USA South.
  • LaGrange names Mumme as offensive coordinator
    February 13, 2013
    Mumme comes to LaGrange from Division I-FCS member Davidson College where he was also offensive coordinator.
  • LaGrange shocks Christopher Newport 20-6
    October 13, 2012
    Panthers end Captains' 14-game USA South winning streak
  • Berry hires first coach
    April 16, 2012
    Three schools are starting Division III football in 2013, and Berry has joined Southwestern and Hendrix in naming its first coach: former LaGrange assistant Tony Kunczewski.
  • Berry College adding football
    October 23, 2011
    The fledgling SAA needs football programs in order to eventually get an automatic bid. One of the new conference's schools, Berry, is helping the cause and will be the second D-III football program in Georgia.
  • Trinity coach to miss Saturday's game
    October 19, 2011
    Trinity (Texas) has announced that defensive coordinator Jim Dawson will serve as the acting head coach for the Tigers this weekend at LaGrange. Head Coach Steve Mohr developed a pulmonary infection over the weekend, which will preclude him from traveling with the team. He is expected to make a full recovery, and it is not expected to miss any more games. “With Steve not being well enough to take the road trip this weekend, it became necessary to clarify the football team’s leadership by asking Jim Dawson to be the acting head coach for the time being,” explained King. “We expect Steve to benefit greatly from the rest and medical care he is receiving, and we know he is anxious to return to the sidelines as soon as he is well.” Coach Dawson has extensive football experience at both high school and collegiate levels, and is in his first season as Trinity’s Defensive Coordinator, though he also served as the defensive backs coach for the Tigers in 2009.
  • LaGrange heads to USA South
    April 21, 2011
    LaGrange will compete for an automatic bid in 2012 for the first time in the short history of its football program, having accepted an invitation to join the USA South.
  • Independents have a lot on the line
    November 05, 2010
    Although independents Huntingdon and LaGrange have no playoff hopes this season, both have a lot to play for when they meet this Saturday.
  • SLIAC drops football again, UMAC absorbs 5
    April 16, 2009
    The Upper Midwest Athletic Conference announces the expansion of membership as five institutions have accepted an invitation to join the league as associate members participating in football only.
  • Adding football: Why and how
    February 04, 2006
    Football dreams abound. Seventeen schools currently in Division III have added the sport in the past nine seasons, with two more coming this fall. Four of those have already made playoff appearances.