Springfield Pride

Schedule

2017 Division III football schedule

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Scoreboards by conference: Top 25 | ASC | CCC | Centennial | CCIW | E8 | ECFC | HCAC | IIAC | Independents | LL | MAC | MASCAC | MIAA | MIAC | MWC | NACC | NCAC | NESCAC | NEWMAC | NJAC | NWC | OAC | ODAC | PAC | SAA | SCIAC | UMAC | USAC | WIAC

All times Eastern

Date Away Home Time/Status Links
Nov. 18 Chapman  6  No. 1 Mary Hardin-Baylor  50  Final BX RC
Nov. 18 Washington and Lee  0  No. 2 Mount Union  21  Final BX PH
Nov. 18 Lakeland  0  No. 3 UW-Oshkosh  63  Final BX RC PH
Nov. 18 Eureka  8  No. 4 St. Thomas  47  Final BX RC PH PH
Nov. 18 No. 5 Hardin-Simmons  13  No. 8 Linfield  27  Final BX PH
Nov. 18 No. 6 St. John's  7  No. 9 North Central (Ill.)  17  Final BX RC
Nov. 18 Western New England  0  No. 7 Delaware Valley  35  Final BX RC
Nov. 18 Plymouth State  0  No. 10 Brockport  66  Final BX RC
Nov. 18 No. 16 Case Western Reserve  28  No. 11 Illinois Wesleyan  0  Final BX RC
Nov. 18 No. 16 Frostburg State  35  No. 12 Wittenberg  7  Final BX RC
Nov. 18 RPI  27  No. 13 Wesley  45  Final BX RC
Nov. 18 No. 21 Johns Hopkins  28  No. 14 Washington and Jefferson  31  Final BX RC
Nov. 18 Franklin  34  No. 17 Wartburg  35  Final - OT BX PH
Nov. 18 Huntingdon  20  No. 18 Berry  34  Final BX RC PH
Nov. 18 Husson  23  No. 19 Springfield  21  Final BX RC PH
Nov. 18 Monmouth  24  No. 25 Trine  63  Final BX PH
Nov. 17 Merchant Marine  35  Buffalo State  20  Final BX PH
  @ Newark, Del.  
Nov. 18 Muhlenberg  32  Carnegie Mellon  6  Final BX
  @ Newark, Del.  
Nov. 18 Widener  7  Franklin and Marshall  21  Final BX
Nov. 18 Susquehanna  28  Albright  9  Final BX
Nov. 18 Curry  14  Framingham State  48  Final BX
Nov. 18 Cortland  35  Union  28  Final BX RC
Nov. 18 Salisbury  17  Ithaca  27  Final BX RC
  @ Newark, Del.  
Nov. 18 SUNY-Maritime  3  WPI  17  Final BX RC
Nov. 19 Stevenson  16  Alfred  29  Final BX RC
  @ University of Delaware  

Previous seasons

loki/standings
Year Overall Conf
2017 0-0, 0-0 NEWMAC
2016 5-5, 4-3 LL
2015 4-6, 2-5 LL
2014 5-5, 3-4 LL
2013 7-3, 3-3 LL
2012 8-3, 5-2 LL
2011 6-4, 4-3 E8
2010 9-2, 3-2 E8
2009 8-2, 3-2 E8
2008 4-6, 2-4 E8
2007 4-6, 2-4 E8
2006 10-2, 5-1 E8
2005 4-6, 2-4 E8
2004 8-2, 4-2 E8
2003 10-1, 6-0 FFC
2002 8-2, 6-0 FFC
2001 4-5, 3-3 FFC
2000 11-2, 6-0 FFC
1999 4-6, 4-2 FFC
1998 9-2, 6-0 FFC

Team Info

Springfield

Pride

Coach: Mike DeLong (Springfield '74)
Conference: E8
Enrollment: 2281
Location: Springfield, MA
Colors: Maroon, White
Stadium: Benedum Field (2500)
Surface: Turf

News Releases

November 20, 2017 Gagliardi Trophy semifinalists announced Nearly 30 players were nominated, but only 10 get to the semifinal stage. Who are they? Read up on the players, then cast your fan ballot for the top overall student-athlete in Division III football.
November 11, 2017 No. 20/21 Springfield College Caps Off Undefeated Regular Season With NEWMAC Championship Victory Over MIT Springfield, Mass. - November 11, 2017 - The Springfield College football team wrapped up an undefeated regular season as it powered past MIT, 43-7, to claim the first-ever New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship at Stagg Field on Saturday.
November 4, 2017 No. 22 Springfield College Blanks Maine Maritime, 62-0 Castine, Maine - November 4, 2017 - The Springfield College football team put together a dominating effort on both sides of the ball to roll to a 62-0 victory at Maine Maritime in a New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) contest on Saturday afternoon. 
October 21, 2017 Springfield College Football Powers Past Catholic, 68-20, On Homecoming Springfield, Mass. - October 21, 2017 - The Springfield College football team racked up 674 yards of total offense as it rolled past visiting Catholic, 68-20, in New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) play on a Homecoming Saturday afternoon at Stagg Field. 
October 19, 2017 No longer beasts, East trying to break back through No East Region team has finished the season in Salem since 1999, and it has been 10 years since an East team has even been to the semifinals. Adam Turer explores the reasons why in Around the Nation.