• Wabash unveils stadium plans
    September 26, 2019
    The Little Giants will open the 2020 season on Week 1 in a new on-campus stadium, which will be built on the site of the current facility.
  • Wabash fighting through
    November 01, 2018
    Tragedy struck the Wabash College campus community and the football team when Evan Hansen died by suicide back in September. But this past week, they had reason to celebrate and feel actual joy for the first time in a while.
  • Wabash Runs Past Kenyon in 47-14 Victory
    September 15, 2018
    Wabash ran for 468 yards and six touchdowns in its 47-14 win at Kenyon Saturday afternoon.
  • Wabash community in mourning
    September 11, 2018
    The Wabash College football team and campus community is mourning the loss of Evan Hansen, a senior captain, who died suddenly on Monday, Sept. 10.
  • Well see, here's the kicker
    October 16, 2017
    This play has already been in the Trending tab on YouTube for much of the past 24 hours, but we have a full version for you with more angles. The parts you haven't seen, in the D3football.com Play of the Week.
  • James finds a home at Wabash
    October 10, 2017
    When Ike James' former school closed, he had to go through the recruiting process all over again. Fortunately, he found a home where he's fitting in just fine.
  • Wabash Defense Stifles Denison
    October 07, 2017
    The Wabash defense held Denison to 49 yards and one first down while Ike James scored three rushing touchdowns in the Little Giants' 28-7 win.
  • Top 25: John Carroll falls hard to Student Princes
    September 23, 2017
    Heidelberg rolled over John Carroll; Frostburg State rallied and Wabash survived among ranked teams. More in Saturday's Top 25 roundup.
  • James, Wabash Run Past Albion
    September 02, 2017
    Ike James and the Wabash College Little Giant football team rushed past Albion College Saturday afternoon, winning its 2017 season opener 35-26 Saturday afternoon and Hollett Little Giant Stadium in Crawfordsville.
  • Wabash Runs Past Allegheny 59-7
    September 17, 2016
    The 13th-ranked Wabash College football team opened defense of its North Coast Athletic Conference championship by rushing for a school record 513 yards in a 59-7 win over visiting Allegheny College.
  • Wabash passes first test
    September 13, 2016
    “You don’t know who your football team is until after the first game. It’s the great revealer," says Wabash coach Don Morel. And the Little Giants survived a season-opening roller coaster.
  • Around the Nation Podcast comes to the offseason
    April 04, 2016
    There's too much going on in the offseason to just sit by, so Pat and Keith are bringing the ATN Podcast back on a monthly basis. This week's guests: coaches at Wabash, Southern Virginia and Trinity (Texas) plus Pat and Keith talk about tackling in practice and more.
  • Raeburn leaves Wabash for Savannah State
    March 28, 2016
    Erik Raeburn, who won 78 games in eight seasons at Wabash, is taking on a significant challenge with an FCS program which has one win in three seasons. The Little Giants have announced that offensive coordinator Don Morel will take over.
  • Allegheny tabs Hammer head coach
    January 04, 2016
    B.J. Hammer steps in at the moribund Allegheny football program after guiding the Wabash defense for five seasons.
  • Wabash proves it truly does always fight
    December 02, 2015
    You know how the saying goes. The Little Giants lived up to their mantra in a big way in Round Two and hit the road to fight on for another week. Adam Turer was there and has more in a Road to Salem feature.
  • Wabash eager to join the elite
    November 29, 2015
    The Little Giants are an NCAC power, perennially ranked, haven't lost more than two games in a season since 2004, and haven't lost to their archrival since 2008. Yet they want more. This story originally appeared in Kickoff 2015 in August and apparently has served as motivation all season, so give it a read again.
  • Wabash wins an epic; Wesley holds on; Tommies roll Johnnies again
    November 28, 2015
    Ethan Buresh ended an amazing game in dramatic fashion, with a 75-yard return for a TD. Wesley held on against Johns Hopkins, while St. Thomas made it a clean sweep of St. John's. More in the second round playoff roundup.
  • Wild Ending Sends Little Giants to DIII Quarterfinals
    November 28, 2015
    LV Bowden forced a fumble in overtime that turned into an Ethan Buresh 75-yard fumble return for the game-winning touchdown in a 33-27 overtime win against Thomas More College.
  • Wabash's rushing game keeps its season alive
    November 22, 2015
    Mason Zurek has rushed for 590 yards the past two games, which also happened to be the Little Giants' biggest games of the season. He gives credit to the offensive linemen who are paving the way for his record-breaking season. Joe Sager has more in a Road to Salem feature.
  • Zurek rolls in the snow; UST, SJU, Thomas More move on
    November 21, 2015
    Mason Zurek had 210 rushing yards in the second half alone as Wabash advanced to the second round past Albion, while St. Thomas and St. John's set up a holiday weekend rematch in the St. Thomas bracket.
  • Zurek Powers Wabash to Playoff Win Over Albion
    November 21, 2015
    So what does Mason Zurek do after a record-setting 278-yard rushing day to win the Monon Bell? He rushes for 312 yards and four touchdowns in a come-from-behind 35-14 win over Albion in the first round of the NCAA playoffs.
  • Zurek Sets Rushing Record in Seventh Straight Monon Bell Win
    November 14, 2015
    Mason Zurek set a new Wabash single-game rushing record, pounding out 278 yards to give the Little Giants their seventh straight Monon Bell win, the 2015 North Coast Athletic Conference football title, and a berth in the upcoming NCAA playoffs.
  • Between these four and the playoffs, an archrival stands
    November 12, 2015
    The final week of the regular season is full of great rivalry games and teams trying to clinch playoff berths. For Salisbury, Cortland, DePauw and Wabash, it's both.
  • Wabash Defense Disposes Of Denison
    November 07, 2015
    Wabash will enter the Monon Bell Classic undefeated after a 38-7 win Saturday over Denison.
  • Wabash, Zurek Rush Past Ohio Wesleyan
    October 31, 2015
    Senior Mason Zurek joined the 1,000-yard club as the 13th Little Giant to rush for quadruple digits in a season. The running back helped Wabash dispatch Ohio Wesleyan 34-10 Saturday in Crawfordsville
  • Second-Quarter Scoring Sparks Wabash Win at Wooster
    October 24, 2015
    Wabash used a total team effort on the road to defeat The College of Wooster Fighting Scots, 55-7.
  • Wabash Cruises Past Visiting Kenyon
    October 17, 2015
    It wasn’t difficult to find the Little Giant standouts in a workmanlike 35-0 win Saturday over Kenyon. The usual suspects of Wabash defense and Mason Zurek’s powerful running was too much for the Lords. But two tall freshman wide receivers made heads turn.
  • Little Giants' Complete Effort Downs Oberlin
    October 10, 2015
    The Little Giants had big contributions from offense, defense, and special teams Saturday rolling past Oberlin, 55-18.
  • Wabash Blanks Hiram in Homecoming Win
    October 03, 2015
    Eighth-ranked Wabash dispatched the Hiram College Terriers with a 38-0 Homecoming victory Saturday afternoon. The Little Giants outgained Hiram 463-137 in total offense.
  • Top 25: UST, Wabash rout rivals; Wesley wins in final :08
    September 26, 2015
    The St. Thomas defense and run game took St. John's out, while Wabash's Brian Parks had three picks vs. Wittenberg. Wesley scored with 7.5 seconds left to escape with a win. More in the early Top 25 roundup.
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