Mount St. Joseph Lions
|Overall record: 3-7 - Conference: 2-5|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • In-region)
|9/4||vs. Olivet •||W, 35-13|
|9/11||at Otterbein •||L, 30-15|
|9/18||at Urbana||L, 13-10|
|9/25||vs. Wabash * •||L, 34-21|
|10/2||at Wilmington * •||L, 45-8|
|10/9||at Anderson * •||L, 14-11|
|10/16||vs. Franklin * •||W, 46-29|
|10/23||at Hanover * •||L, 29-25|
|10/30||vs. Bluffton * •||L, 27-26|
|11/6||at Manchester * •||W, 28-21|
March 13, 2017 Huber done at Mount St. Joseph After 17 years as head coach, the man who declared his own nation on Twitter is off to find another role somewhere in hubienation.
October 27, 2016 September's stumblers now rolling Some of September's most disappointing teams have been able to reverse their fortunes. Heading into the final month of the season, their goals set in August are still very much on the table.
October 26, 2016 No time to enjoy, no time to look ahead Rose-Hulman finally defeated Franklin, a benchmark victory for the program. But, the Fightin' Engineers need to defeat Bluffton this week to even have a chance at the HCAC title. More in Around the Midwest.
November 6, 2012 A dream season When teams have played Mount St. Joseph, there has been little surprise who would be carrying the ball. Yet, James Clay is having the kind of season most would dream of.
October 7, 2010 Wish you were here Odds are you weren't at some of the big games last week, and certainly you weren't at three of them. Here's a bit of the scenery from Linfield, Mount St. Joseph and St. John's.
September 30, 2009 Mount St. Joseph's win serves notice For four years, coach Rod Huber had turned around a dormant Mount St. Joseph football program into the kings of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, winning at least nine games from 2004 to 2007 and participating in the Division III playoffs each of those years.