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  • Back from hiatus
    September 14, 2017
    Three former All-Region players spent 2016 on the sidelines. One was actually on the sidelines after a transfer that did not translate to playing time. The other two were away from their team, suffering the consequences of their poor decisions.
  • Green's Record-Setting Night Leads Football Past TCNJ
    September 01, 2017
    EWING, N.J. (September 1, 2017) - Junior Jagger Green threw for a school-record 593 yards and five touchdowns to lead FDU to a 38-24 win over TCNJ Friday.
  • Alvernia adding football
    October 05, 2016
    Alvernia University, a Division III school in Reading, Pa., has announced it is joining the ranks of Division III football-sponsoring programs starting in the fall of 2018. Barring other changes, that would bring the number of schools sponsoring Division III football that year to 251.
  • Devils Dominate the Air in Record-Breaking Game
    September 12, 2015
    EWING, N.J. – After dropping their previous 19 games, the FDU-Florham football team snapped their losing streak and took to the air to trump the TCNJ Lions 34-29 at Lions Stadium in Ewing, N.J. on Saturday afternoon.
  • Best road trips of 2015: Week 5
    August 10, 2015
    This week we'll stay in the Mid-Atlantic area, but we'll still get a team from Alabama in there.
  • Best road trips: Week 9
    August 12, 2013
    We start this week's road trip in northern New Jersey and finish this weekend in Massachusetts.
  • Football takes a back seat
    November 01, 2012
    Division III football has only taken a few schedule changes due to Sandy, which brought heavy damages to coastal areas in New Jersey and New York. But in those places, the challenges are great.
  • FDU-Florham coach retires
    February 07, 2011
    Rich Mosca stepped down after nine seasons at Florham, having compiled a 23-67 mark.
  • NJAC to take up MAC's challenge
    November 11, 2010
    In 2012 and 2013, after the MAC-PAC challenge conclusion, the MAC will turn to the east.
  • Late Comeback Falls Short As Wilkes Beats FDU, 28-23
    October 23, 2010
    MADISON, NJ - Down 28-9 in the late stages of the third quarter, the College at Florham Devils rallied to make it 28-23 but Wilkes stopped a potential game-winning FDU drive in the final minute to escape with the victory in Middle Atlantic Conference action on Saturday afternoon.
  • D-III has company as Miseri adds football
    October 18, 2010
    Misericordia will bring the number of MAC schools sponsoring football to 10 and push Division III over the 240 mark in 2012 when its first team takes the field.
  • Devils Beat TCNJ In Overtime Thriller, 24-23
    September 17, 2010
    Senior quarterback Matt Jeffers (Burlington, NJ/Burlington Twp.) connected with senior running back Brendon Griffin (Riverside, NJ/Riverside) for a 25-yard touchdown pass in the first series of overtime to give the College at Florham Devils a 24-17 lead but TCNJ responded with a touchdown of their own to close the gap to 24-23, however the extra point was wide right allowing the Devils to pull out the victory on Friday night at Shields Field.
  • FDU-Florham 28, St. Vincent 23
    September 11, 2010
    MADISON, NJ — MADISON, NJ - Senior quarterback Matt Jeffers (Burlington, NJ/Burlington) went 16-of-26 for 287 yards and four touchdowns while freshman wide receiver Anthony Fruncillo (Tinton Falls, NJ/Monmouth Regional) caught five passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns to lead the College at Florham Devils to a season-opening 28-23 win over St. Vincent in the MAC/PAC Challenge on Saturday afternoon.
  • Delaware Valley picked first in MAC
    August 02, 2010
    Delaware Valley has been picked to finish first in its pursuit of a third consecutive Middle Atlantic Conference championship in the 2010 preseason coaches poll.
  • E&H looks to end dry spell
    July 20, 1999
    A new era is dawning for the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, hopefully. The seven-year host of the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl has never placed a team in the national title game. The ODAC has had only two postseason appearances in the 90s.
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