Pacific Lutheran Lutes
|Overall record: 4-5 - Conference: 4-2|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • In-region)
|9/9||vs. Cal Lutheran •||L, 17-14|
|9/16||vs. UW-River Falls •||L, 24-17|
|9/23||at Chapman •||L, 42-25|
|9/30||at Puget Sound * •||W, 32-28|
|10/7||vs. Whitworth * •||L, 19-7|
|10/14||at Menlo * •||W, 34-10|
|10/21||vs. Linfield * •||L, 44-21|
|10/28||at Lewis and Clark * •||W, 44-7|
|11/11||vs. Willamette * •||W, 38-7||BX|
November 16, 2017 PLU coach Scott Westering steps down PLU announced on Wednesday the resignation of head football coach Scott Westering. A member of the PLU Hall of Fame, Westering has been involved with Lute athletics as a student-athlete and a coach. Westering began his tenure on the coaching staff in 1981 and has been the head coach for the last 14 seasons, compiling a record of 73-54.
September 12, 2017 PLU Football's Home Opener Canceled due to Hurricane Aftermath The Pacific Lutheran University football team's scheduled home opener on Saturday against Warner University (Florida) has been canceled due to the fallout from Hurricane Irma.
September 9, 2017 Kingsmen Outlast Lutes 27-21 in Season Opener Cole Chandler tossed a touchdown and ran for two more but it was not enough as the Pacific Lutheran University football team fell just short on Saturday night with host California Lutheran University holding on for the 27-21 victory under the lights at Rolland Stadium.
October 1, 2016 Lutes Bulldoze Boxers, 27-16 Defense ruled the day on Saturday at Sparks Stadium with the Pacific Lutheran University football team limiting Pacific University to a season low point total in the Lutes' 27-16 victory to open Northwest Conference play.
September 25, 2014 The phrase that stays From DePauw Never Quits to Wabash Always Fights to Every Man a Lute, some Division III schools identify with a phrase that has lasted through the years. Ryan Tipps takes a look at some of those in Around the Nation.
November 20, 2013 Lutes hope for better luck second time around “We’re definitely excited to get another shot,” said senior Jordan Patterson. “Each game we play, we have an opportunity to get better. And we’re going to be a better PLU team than the first time that we played them this year."