ITHACA, N.Y. – On Monday morning, December 10, senior Pat Minogue of the Ithaca College football program was named Division III First-Team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) as a linebacker. Minogue becomes just the 15th player in the football program’s history to be named an All-American by the AFCA and the first since 2000.
ITHACA, N.Y. – On Monday evening, five members of the Ithaca College football program were named All-East Region by D3football.com. Senior Pat Minogue was a first-team selection as a safety, while junior wide receiver Will Gladney and senior cornerback Jovonte Long received second-team selections. Senior offensive lineman Bobby Puckey and defensive tackle Brien Pacholec rounded out the voting as third-team honorees.
One week after tickets went on sale for Cortaca Jug 2019 in MetLife Stadium, SUNY Cortland and Ithaca College are already more than halfway toward setting a new national attendance record for a Division III football game.
The No. 5 ranked University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football team forced four turnovers and took advantage of a pair of big plays on special teams Saturday during a 26-12 victory over No. 11 Bethel (Minn.) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III Championship at Perkins Stadium.
KICKOFF: The No. 23/RV Engineers (10-1; 4-1 Liberty League) travel to Johns Hopkins University to take on the No. 13/14 Blue Jays (11-1; 8-1 Centennial Conference) in an NCAA Playoffs Quarterfinals matchup.
Junior Anthony Williams (Purcellville, Va./Woodgrove) recorded another pair of interceptions and junior Calvin Whitehead (Richmond, Va./Hermitage) had nine tackles, including 1.5 tackles for loss, as the Randolph-Macon football team dropped a 35-6 decision at No. 23 Muhlenberg Saturday afternoon in the second round of the NCAA Championship.
Senior Nick Cella rushed for two touchdowns and the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) football team forced five turnovers and blocked a punt as the No. 23/RV Engineers defeated No. 3/4 The College at Brockport 21-13 in an NCAA Playoffs Second Round contest on Bob Boozer Field. RPI improves to 10-1 and advances to the NCAA Quarterfinals against No. 13/14 Johns Hopkins University (11-1) next Saturday. The Golden Eagles, who played in the NCAA Semifinals a season ago, finish at 11-1.
The closest of the eight NCAA Division III Football Championship second-round games played on Saturday came down to the wire at Benedetti-Wehrli Stadium on Saturday, as the ninth-ranked North Central College Cardinals saw the 2018 season end with a 27-24 loss to 11th-ranked Bethel University (Minnesota).
The No. 5 ranked University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football team posted more than 500 yards of total offense for the fourth time in its last five games and forced three turnovers Saturday in a 54-21 triumph over St. Norbert in the second round of the NCAA Division III Championship at Perkins Stadium.
FROSTBURG, Md. – The 14th-ranked Johns Hopkins Blue Jays scored 29 points in the third quarter to pull away from sixth-ranked Frostburg for a 58-27 win in the second round of the 2018 NCAA playoffs, Saturday at an icy and chilly Bobcat Stadium.
On the 11th installment of The Red Zone, North Central College head football coach Jeff Thorne, senior linebacker DJ Warkenthien, freshman running back Ethan Greenfield and sports information director Clark Teuscher swing by to the set. We break down the Cardinals' 52-0 win over Hanover, look ahead to the second-round playoff matchup with Bethel and recap the men's cross country team's latest national title. Produced by Naperville Community Television.
A total of 13 Spartans earned All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference honors in 2018, and 22 claimed All-University Athletic Association Honors, including senior defensive end Cameron Brown, who was named both the PAC and UAA Defensive Player of the Year, freshman quarterback Drew Saxton, who was selected as the UAA Offensive Player of the Year and the PAC and UAA Rookie of the Year, and freshman kicker Robertson Albrecht, who was chosen as the UAA Special Teams Player of the Year.
The heroism of SUNY Cortland senior Kyle Richard has been recognized by yet another national organization. Richard, who was shot twice after breaking up a sexual assault in progress during the summer of 2017 and returned to captain Cortland's football team the past two seasons, was nominated for the Capital One Orange Bowl-Football Writers Association of America Courage Award on Nov. 15.