• Allegheny Showcases Prolific Offense in Win over Hiram
    September 30, 2017
    Behind five touchdown passes from Logan Lee, and 193 rushing yards from Tyler Balla, Allegheny snapped a three-game losing skid with a 57-40 win over Hiram in a shootout under the lights at Frank B. Fuhrer Field.
  • Penalties, Turnovers Costly as Allegheny Falls to OWU
    September 23, 2017
    Allegheny out-gained Ohio Wesleyan by 20 yards, and nearly doubled up the Battling Bishops in first downs, but eight penalties and two turnovers proved costly as the Gators fell 37-21.
  • Del Val, Frostburg start season on right foot
    August 31, 2017
    No. 20 Delaware Valley knocked off Wesley in the season opener for a second year in a row, while the year of expectations started with a W for Frostburg State. Plus Allegheny won an opener for the first time since 2012 and King's won on a late field goal.
  • Allegheny Topples Thiel in Season Opener
    August 31, 2017
    Logan Lee threw for 239 yards and four touchdowns, while the Allegheny defense forced four turnovers and allowed just 184 yards, as the Gators picked up their first opening day win since 2012.
  • Snap judgments: What do we know?
    October 02, 2016
    Conference play is in full swing. Some results created clear separation, while others caused more confusion and chaos. For the second week in a row, a 22-game losing streak was snapped. All that and more in Week 5's Snap Judgments.
  • Allegheny Tops Oberlin to Stop Long Losing Skid
    October 02, 2016
    Allegheny snapped a 22-game losing streak, while head coach B.J. Hammer earned his first win at the team's helm, as the Gators defeated Oberlin 26-21 on Homecoming at Frank B. Fuhrer Field.
  • 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.
  • Allegheny coach to retire
    October 28, 2015
    Allegheny head football coach Mark Matlak has announced his retirement, effective at the conclusion of the 2015 season. He's the longest-tenured coach in program history.
  • Allegheny's Matlak Announces Retirement
    October 27, 2015
    The longest-tenured coach in the history of Allegheny football, Mark Matlak has announced his retirement, effective at the end of the 2015 season.
  • Derickson, Waters Join Allegheny Staff
    June 11, 2015
    Allegheny College head coach Mark Matlak has named Kyle Derickson offensive coordinator, and Kevin Waters offensive line coach.
  • Murgo Named NCAC's Top Rookie; Four Gators Named All-Conference
    November 20, 2014
    Allegheny linebacker Nick Murgo was named the North Coast Athletic Conference’s Newcomer of the Year, highlighting a list of four Gators to earn All-Conference accolades for the 2014 season.
  • Roundup: Tufts, St. Vincent end long streaks, TLU wins in bizarre ending
    September 20, 2014
    Tufts ended a 31-game slide, while St. Vincent knocked off Case to end a 23-game skid, while the Louisiana College-Texas Lutheran game ended in bizarre fashion. That and more in the roundup.
  • Allegheny Comes Back to Win NCAC Opener
    September 20, 2014
    Allegheny amassed 449 yards of total offense and overcame three deficits to snap an 11-game losing streak with a 24-21 win at Hiram.
  • Thiel Grounds Gators in Home Opener
    September 06, 2014
    MEADVILLE, Pa. - Thiel used a relentless ground game, and took advantage of three Allegheny turnovers, to top the Gators 28-14 in front of a capacity crowd at Frank B. Fuhrer Field.
  • Allegheny's Burkley Named Academic All-America
    December 03, 2013
    Allegheny senior linebacker Brad Burkley has been named a 2013 Division III Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-American, becoming just the fifth player in program history to earn the honor.
  • Allegheny Grounded by Hiram
    September 21, 2013
    MEADVILLE, Pa. - Hiram College used a strong running attack and a stingy defense to defeat Allegheny 20-0 in North Coast Athletic Conference action at a soggy Frank B. Fuhrer Field.
  • Kenyon spoils Allegheny's home opener
    September 07, 2013
    MEADVILLE, Pa. - Kenyon scored on its first three possessions, and out-gained Allegheny 439-236, en-route to a 37-7 victory in the 2013 season opener.
  • Allegheny Rolls Hiram En Route to Program's 500th Victory
    November 10, 2012
    HIRAM, Ohio – Allegheny became the 35th team in the history of NCAA Division III to surpass 500 victories after closing the 2012 campaign with a 13-0 win at Hiram on Saturday. The Gators forced a season-high four turnovers while running back Tim Werley manufactured the team’s top individual effort in six years, as Allegheny reached the historic milestone with a definitive performance.
  • Quick Strikes Dampen Gators’ Senior Day
    November 03, 2012
    MEADVILLE, Pa. – An explosive Ohio Wesleyan attack marred the Senior Day festivities for Allegheny on Saturday, as the visitors raced to a 34-7 victory. Ohio Wesleyan’s scoring drives averaged less than four plays, while the Battling Bishops had scoring plays over 44 yards on their final four touchdowns as the Gators lost three straight for the first time in five years.
  • Gators Stumble at Kenyon, 20-7
    October 27, 2012
    GAMBIER, Ohio – Kenyon scored touchdowns on all three of its possessions in the second quarter en route to a 20-7 victory over Allegheny at McBride Field on Saturday. The victory continued a surprising resurgence for the Lords, who moved to 4-1 in NCAC play, while the Gators dropped their second straight conference game following a 3-0 start.
  • No. 23 Wittenberg Snaps Allegheny's NCAC Win Streak
    October 20, 2012
    MEADVILLE, Pa. – Behind a 21-point third quarter, nationally-ranked No. 23 Wittenberg dealt Allegheny its first conference loss of the season in a 35-6 victory at Frank B. Fuhrer Field on Saturday. The Tigers piled up 542 yards of total offense and converted two interceptions into touchdowns in winning their fourth straight game in the series.
  • Allegheny Defeats DePauw, 22-20
    October 13, 2012
    MEADVILLE, Pa. – Senior defensive back Colin Hartford intercepted a potential game-tying two-point conversion with 37 seconds left in regulation and Allegheny held on to defeat DePauw University, 22-20, at Frank B. Fuhrer Field on Saturday. The win marked the first time Allegheny has opened the conference season with three straight wins since 2003, the Gators last appearance in the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament.
  • Chicago Wins Historic Gridiron Meeting Against Allegheny, 10-0
    October 06, 2012
    CHICAGO, Ill. – Despite over 200 years of combined history among the academic powers, Allegheny and Chicago met on the gridiron for the first time on Saturday at legendary Stagg Field. Unfortunately for the Gator faithful, the Maroons rode an outstanding defensive effort en route to a 10-0 victory.
  • Defense Takes Command as Allegheny Storms Past Oberlin, 15-3
    September 29, 2012
    MEADVILLE, Pa. – Allegheny pieced together a dominating stand in the fourth quarter, and the Gator ground game got on track to lead the Blue and Gold to a 15-3 victory over Oberlin in front of a packed Homecoming crowd at Frank B. Fuhrer Field. The Gators held the ball for over 10 minutes during the final frame, while the defense surrendered zero yards against the Yeomen’s attack.
  • Upstate's darlings, Wabash go down
    September 22, 2012
    A week after Buffalo State's big win put it and Brockport on the map, Alfred and Kean wiped them right back off it on Saturday. The Top 25 wrapup.
  • Allegheny Stuns No. 7 Wabash in Overtime, 20-17
    September 22, 2012
    CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. – Ryan Mong converted a 28-yard field goal on Allegheny’s first series in overtime, while Wabash’s potential 38-yard equalizer sailed wide as the Gators capped a phenomenal team effort on the road with a 20-17 victory over the nationally-ranked No. 7 Little Giants. The loss marked Wabash’s first defeat at home since October 17, 2009.
  • Carnegie Mellon Spoils Allegheny Community Day in Nationally-Televised Win
    September 08, 2012
    MEADVILLE, Pa. – Carnegie Mellon exacted revenge on Allegheny after the Gators thrashed the Tartans last season in Pittsburgh. On Saturday and in front of nearly 3,000 fans, Carnegie Mellon dominated Allegheny on both sides of the ball en route to a 37-7 victory at Frank B. Fuhrer Stadium.
  • Nationally-Televised Football Broadcast Highlights Allegheny College Community Day
    September 05, 2012
    MEADVILLE, Pa. – The Allegheny Gators open the 2012 home slate on Saturday, September 8, against regional rival Carnegie Mellon University. In addition to live local and national television coverage, the season opener will also serve as Community Day. Patrons will enjoy free admission as well as numerous giveaways and activities as part of a community-enhanced experience.
  • Smothering Defensive Effort Fuels Big Comeback as Allegheny Stuns Wooster, 17-14
    September 01, 2012
    WOOSTER, Ohio – Wooster, which entered the season on Saturday with high expectations, jumped out to a 14-0 lead at home against Allegheny and appeared poised to run away with a non-conference win against its North Coast Athletic Conference rival. However, the Gators stunned a capacity crowd at John P. Papp Stadium by scoring 17 straight points, including a game-winning field goal by first-year kicker Ryan Mong with 1:30 left in regulation.
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