Westminster (Pa.) Titans
|Overall record: 5-5 - Conference: 2-4|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • D-III opponent)
|9/1||at Allegheny •||W, 13-6|
|9/8||at St. Vincent||W, 48-7|
|9/15||vs. Geneva||L, 37-14|
|9/29||vs. Grove City * •||W, 14-7|
|10/6||at Thomas More * •||L, 34-7|
|10/13||vs. Washington and Jefferson * •||L, 58-18|
|10/20||at Bethany * •||L, 41-21|
|10/27||vs. Frostburg State •||W, 34-30|
|11/3||vs. Thiel * •||W, 20-16|
|11/10||at Waynesburg * •||L, 54-13|
October 20, 2018 Rowan, Westminster pull off upsets No. 8 Wesley and No. 11 Washington & Jefferson fell in early action, while 10th-ranked John Carroll survived to hand Marietta its first loss of the season and No. 13 Berry won at home in double overtime. More in the Top 25 roundup.
May 14, 2018 D3football.com podcast: Face to face Our podcasters don't often have the opportunity to meet in person and record an interview, let alone an entire podcast, but as Pat traveled across the country, he chatted with Illinois Wesleyan coach Norm Eash and Westminster (Pa.) coach Scott Benzel, and then Pat and Keith met in D.C., where they both chatted with Catholic U. coach Mike Gutelius. They then barricaded themselves in his office to finish the rest of the recording.
October 23, 2016 Snap Judgments: Controlling your own destiny With three weeks of regular season play remaining, 16 playoff contenders remain undefeated. For fans of teams that are still in the mix but no longer control their own destiny, it might be time to start looking ahead. Snap Judgments breaks down the conference frontrunners and tiebreaker scenarios heading into the homestretch.
October 22, 2016 Roundup: Two for 200 Carnegie Mellon's Rich Lackner and Washington U's Larry Kindbom became the fourth and fifth active coaches to reach the 200-win milestone for their careers, just hours apart. That and more in Saturday's national roundup.
September 7, 2016 Benzel points the way for Titans The Westminster (Pa.) program has a long history of success, just not in the 21st century. But the Titans are beginning to remember what winning feels like under coach Scott Benzel.
August 7, 2015 Westminster (PA) Football Returns 19 Starters in 2015 (VIDEO) NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - After a strong finish to the 2014 season, the Westminster College (PA) football team, under second-year Head Coach Scott Benzel, will look to carry that momentum into the 2015 as the Titans look to return to the top of the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC). The Titans finished the 2014 season 4-6 overall and 4-4 in the PAC, their most conference wins since 2011. Westminster also finished the year with three-straight wins and won four of their last five games. Westminster has 19 starters returning for the 2015 season.