Washington and Jefferson Presidents
|Overall record: 11-2 - Conference: 5-1|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • In-region)
|9/6||at Oberlin •||W, 49-35|
|9/13||vs. Frostburg State •||W, 49-21|
|9/20||at Thiel * •||W, 34-24|
|9/27||vs. Grove City * •||W, 49-21|
|10/4||at Geneva||W, 43-14|
|10/18||vs. St. Vincent •||W, 72-20|
|10/25||vs. Westminster (Pa.) * •||W, 34-7|
|11/1||at Thomas More * •||L, 35-29|
|11/8||vs. Bethany * •||W, 54-7|
|11/15||at Waynesburg * •||W, 42-9|
|11/22||vs. Christopher Newport||W, 35-29|
|11/29||at Millsaps||W, 35-20|
|12/6||at Mary Hardin-Baylor||L, 63-7|
September 17, 2017 Feeding the beasts Several teams remained undefeated by following a familiar formula: get the ball in your best player's hands, repeatedly, until a defense figures out how to stop him. That and more in Week 3's Snap Judgments.
September 12, 2017 Presidents hope balance equals title After airing it out for years and coming up a little short each time, Washington & Jefferson is looking to the run game to bring a little equilibrium to the offense. More in Around the Great Lakes.
September 9, 2017 No. 23 W&J jumps on Grove City early, cruises to 47-7 win Jesse Zubik and Jordan West combined for five first-half touchdowns to push No. 23 W&J to a 47-7 win at Grove City.
September 2, 2017 Top 25: UWW falls; UWO repeats; Hobart, Fisher upset UW-Whitewater turned the ball over on the 1-yard line to allow Illinois Wesleyan to escape with a 17-10 win, while UW-Oshkosh defeated John Carroll again and contenders in the LL and E8 were upset in Saturday's Top 25 action.
September 2, 2017 West shines as W&J knocks off No. 23 St. John Fisher to open up 2017 Sophomore Jordan West ran for 154 yards and two touchdowns to lead W&J to a 37-27 win over No. 23 St. John Fisher.
August 20, 2017 On the road from W&J Stop No. 5 on the D3football.com on the road series finds Pat Coleman at Washington & Jefferson, where the Presidents are trying to live up to a proud tradition both by breaking in a new quarterback and by returning to the top of the Presidents' Athletic Conference.