St. Thomas Football
The Tommies hung with Mount Union late into the third quarter, but Mount Union scored the last 14 points in a 28-10 victory over the Tommies to claim the national championship.
St. Thomas (14-0) and Mount Union (14-0) face off for the Division III national championship Friday night in Salem, Va. It’s Mount Union’s seventh straight title game appearance and the first for the Tommies.
St. Thomas got big plays early in a 28-14 win over UW-Oshkosh Saturday to advance to the Division III national championship game this Friday in Salem, Va.
Matt O’Connell ran for two touchdowns and threw for another on Saturday and St. Thomas (Minn.) beat Wisconsin-Oshkosh 28-14 in the Division III national semifinals.
St. Thomas (13-0) and UW-Oshkosh (13-0) square off at O’Shaughnessy Stadium in St. Paul Saturday with a berth in the Division III national championship on the line.
Glenn Caruso was a mix of exuberant and emotional after the St. Thomas football team cruised to a 47-7 win over No. 7-ranked Hobart in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III Playoffs on Saturday.
The No. 3-ranked Tommies handily defeated No. 7-ranked Hobart 47-7 in the NCAA Quarterfinals on Saturday in St. Paul, and an emotional Glenn Caruso talked about getting to keep his football family together for at least another week.
The St. Thomas football team is returning to the NCAA Division III semifinals.
The Tommies (12-0), ranked No. 3 nationally, host No. 7-ranked Hobart (12-0) at noon Saturday in the NCAA Division III Quarterfinals at O’Shaughnessy Stadium.
It certainly wasn’t easy, but the St. Thomas football team showed no signs of panic after getting down early in a 24-17 win over Elmhurst (Ill.) in the second round of the NCAA playoffs.
It’s just another week for the St. Thomas football team, but there are not a lot of teams left that can say that.
The St. Thomas football team left the field a happy bunch Saturday after a dominating 48-17 victory over St. Norbert in the NCAA Division III Playoffs.
The St. Thomas football team got a taste of what it takes to be a national champion after losing to UW-Whitewater 20-0 last year in the NCAA Semifinals.
The St. Thomas sideline was all smiles Saturday afternoon once a perfect regular season became a reality. The No. 3-ranked Tommies completed a 10-0 regular season, despite already having the MIAC title won, with a 35-21 win over St. Olaf.
The MIAC title is wrapped up for the St. Thomas football team, so they’re guaranteed a spot in the NCAA Division III Playoffs. But there’s still plenty at stake Saturday as the No. 3-ranked Tommies host St. Olaf in their regular season finale at O’Shaughnessy Stadium.