2017 News

October 14, 2017
Wittenberg Football Rushes Past Gators in 49-15 Win
Wittenberg obliterated the Gator defense for 49 points, and 524 yards of total offense, all on 56 plays.

October 7, 2017
Tigers Too Much for Terriers in 59-17 Win
Points were not hard to come by at Henry Field, as the Tigers cruised past the Terriers 59-17. Wittenberg’s 59 points came in three quarters, as the Tigers put up 24 in the first, 14 in the second, and 21 in the third before being blanked in the fourth quarter.

October 3, 2017
Mastin Named NCAC Defensive Player of the Week
After picking off two passes against a Denison team that had not thrown a pick all season, Mastin was honored by the NCAC.

September 30, 2017
#13 Wittenberg Downs Denison 28-12
Wittenberg controlled the momentum on Saturday night, moving to 4-0 with a 28-12 victory over Denison.

September 23, 2017
#14 Wittenberg Holds Kenyon to Negative Rushing Yards in 48-11 Victory
Wittenberg moved to 3-0 with minimal issues from the Lords, as the Tigers wound up on top, 48-11.

September 18, 2017
Ford Named NCAC Defensive Player of the Week
Michael Ford was named NCAC Defensive POTW after showing up in a big way in Wittenberg's 34-0 win over Oberlin.

September 16, 2017
Tigers Pitch Shoutout Against Oberlin on Homecoming
The Tigers 34-0 drubbing of Oberlin gives the team their 19th straight victory

September 2, 2017
#16 Wittenberg Opens Season with 20-14 Win Over Westminster
The Tigers were lead by Thad Snodgrass who hauled in two touchdowns in his first game as a Tiger.

August 3, 2017
NCAC Releases 2017 Football Guide
Wittenberg was picked to finish first in the NCAC in 2017, after a dominant 2016 campaign.

August 3, 2017
Wittenberg Football Slated to Top the NCAC in 2017
The NCAC released it's preseason poll, predicting Wittenberg finishing on top of the conference in 2017.

July 10, 2017
Football Tabbed as #16 in D3football.com Preseason Poll
The Tigers finished the 2016 campaign with an overall record of 10-2, and their 14th NCAC League Title. Wittenberg went on to defeat the #15 Saints of Thomas More in four-overtimes in the opening round of the NCAA Playoffs, before bowing out the following week to #2 Wisconsin-Whitewater.