|Overall record: 3-7 - Conference: 2-4|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • In-region)
|9/7||at MacMurray •||L, 44-7|
|9/14||vs. Earlham •||W, 17-7|
|9/21||vs. Alma •||L, 52-18|
|9/28||at Olivet •||L, 35-3||BX|
|10/5||vs. Hanover * •||L, 49-7|
|10/12||at Mount St. Joseph * •||L, 23-17|
|10/19||vs. Franklin * •||L, 31-25|
|11/2||at Defiance * •||W, 18-14|
|11/9||vs. Bluffton * •||W, 18-6|
|11/16||at Anderson * •||L, 35-12|
December 9, 2016 2016 Manchester team awards announced A quartet consisting of seniors Matt Wirick (Granger, Ind.), Nathan Birk (Indianapolis, Ind.) and Andrew Coe (Roanoke, Ind.) and junior Jack Kay (Williamsport, Ind.) topped the list of 2016 team honors handed out by head coach Nate Jensen and his staff at the annual football end-of-the-year banquet Sunday, Dec. 4.
November 17, 2016 Spartans place nine on all-HCAC squads Senior tight end Brandon Webb (Fort Wayne, Ind.) highlighted Manchester University’s selections to the 2016 all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference football honors, released Wednesday, Nov. 16.
November 14, 2016 Coe tabbed HCAC Special Teams weekly honoree GREENWOOD, IND. - Manchester University senior placekicker/punter Andrew Coe (Roanoke, Ind.) represented the Spartans' football team on the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference's Player of the Week awards for the period of Nov. 7-13.
November 12, 2016 2016 season ends on upswing ANDERSON, IND. – An irascible smile crept across the face of Nate Jensen and members of the 2016 Manchester University Spartans, as the Bronze Ball entered Stauffer-Wolfe Arena Saturday, Nov. 13.
November 11, 2016 Bronze Ball clash concludes season The annual end-of-the-year clash between Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference rivals Manchester University and Anderson University concludes the 2016 season Saturday, Nov. 12.
November 5, 2016 Spartans close home schedule NORTH MANCHESTER, IND. – In what has become a tradition of offensive shootouts between the two Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference foes, Manchester University and Hanover College combined for more than 800 yards Saturday, Nov. 5.