|Overall record: 8-2 - Conference: 4-2|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • In-region)
|9/4||at Grove City||W, 31-28|
|9/11||vs. Kalamazoo •||W, 23-0|
|9/18||at Ohio Wesleyan * •||L, 14-11|
|9/25||vs. Kenyon * •||W, 45-8|
|10/2||at Allegheny * •||W, 13-10|
|10/9||at Oberlin •||W, 71-0|
|10/16||vs. Earlham * •||W, 46-6|
|10/30||vs. Denison * •||W, 45-0|
|11/6||at Case Western Reserve •||W, 31-27|
|11/13||vs. Wittenberg * •||L, 28-14|
November 5, 2016 Scots Celebrate “Senior Day” with Record Performances in 42-23 Win Over Hiram The College of Wooster football team's senior class turned in a memorable afternoon in their final home game, while the passing game set or matched four school records during the Fighting Scots' 42-23 North Coast Athletic Conference win over Hiram College on Saturday afternoon at John P. Papp Stadium.
October 29, 2016 Big Plays in All Phases Spark Wooster to 41-16 Win Over Kenyon A pair of long touchdowns – the first on an 89-yard punt return by Nick Cummings and the second on an 80-yard run by Antonio Bailey – shifted all of the momentum in favor of The College of Wooster football team, and the Fighting Scots scored 34 unanswered points in the first half en route to a 41-16 North Coast Athletic Conference win over Kenyon College on Saturday afternoon at John P. Papp Stadium.
October 22, 2016 Wooster Super Competitive with Nationally-Ranked Wabash The College of Wooster football team completed its longest pass in over 25 years, and the Fighting Scots pulled within a touchdown with :36 remaining in the third quarter, but No. 18 Wabash College kept Wooster's offense in check down the stretch during a 34-24 North Coast Athletic Conference win on Saturday afternoon at Hollett Little Giant Stadium in Crawfordsville, Ind.
October 15, 2016 Late Takeaway, Fourth-Down Stop Key Scots' 34-30 Win Over Yeomen Christian Santos – now a defensive back after beginning the year as a wide receiver – intercepted an Oberlin College pass at Wooster's 15-yard line with just over 2:30 remaining, and The College of Wooster football team's defense shut down one final Yeomen drive as the Fighting Scots rallied back to win 34-30 on Saturday afternoon at the Knowlton Complex in Oberlin, Ohio.