Merchant Marine Mariners
|Overall record: 6-4 - Conference: 3-3|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • D-III opponent)
|9/6||vs. Muhlenberg •||W, 22-14|
|9/13||vs. Norwich * •||W, 24-13|
|9/20||at Springfield * •||L, 49-28|
|9/27||vs. Dickinson||W, 21-0|
|10/4||vs. WPI * •||W, 27-17|
|10/11||at Plymouth State * •||W, 28-0|
|10/18||vs. St. Lawrence •||W, 21-7|
|10/25||vs. Western Connecticut * •||L, 48-10|
|11/8||at Grove City||L, 29-14|
|11/15||at Coast Guard * •||L, 9-7|
November 14, 2017 Service to the nation takes center stage at service academies With Veterans Day coinciding with game day in college football, the service academies were a special place to see teams play on Saturday.
September 2, 2017 Merchant Marine Opens Season With 56-35 Victory Over Misericordia The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy football team began the 2017 season off on the right foot with a 56-35 victory over visiting Misericordia University in front of a great crowd at Brooks Stadium during Parents Weekend. The 56 points were the highest point-total for the Mariners in the tenure of Head Coach Mike Toop ’77 – besting last year’s mark of 55 on Homecoming against Rochester – and was also tied for the program’s fifth-most points in a game in Academy history.
October 20, 2016 Mariners navigating unexpected path Merchant Marine has played a bunch of close games, but after going 3-6 last season, the Mariners have found a little bit of late-game heroics and could make a big splash this weekend against a conference rival.
September 10, 2016 Roundup: Climbing out of a hole Several teams, including 2015 playoff squads, will have to dig their way out of an 0-2 start to the 2016 season. Other teams needed big comebacks to avoid a similar fate. More in Saturday's national roundup.
August 30, 2016 New England conferences team up for bowl series The ECFC, MASCAC, NEFC and NEWMAC will be pulling out of the ECAC's postseason bowls and creating their own postseason game this season.
September 29, 2015 Catholic jumping to NEWMAC Catholic University, whose move to the Old Dominion Athletic Conference in 1999 was the first move by a conference seeking an automatic bid in football, will move to another one in 2017 when the NEWMAC opens shop.