Brockport Golden Eagles
|Overall record: 5-5 - Conference: 4-1|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • In-region)
|9/3||vs. Cortland •||L, 20-10|
|9/10||vs. Salisbury *||L, 35-30|
|9/17||at Newport News *||W, 14-7|
|9/24||vs. Frostburg State *||W, 19-14|
|10/1||at Ithaca •||L, 42-17|
|10/8||at St. John Fisher •||L, 28-14|
|10/22||vs. Wesley *||W, 47-0|
|10/29||at Rowan •||L, 22-0|
|11/5||at TCNJ •||W, 27-0|
|11/12||at Buffalo State * •||W, 25-19|
January 28, 2018 Podcast: Breakout teams, big stage With Division III represented at the Sugar Bowl and the Senior Bowl in the past month, there's plenty to talk about. Pat and Keith hear from coaches from breakout teams Berry and Brockport in this month's podcast, plus everyone has a Super Bowl take. Download and listen!
December 9, 2017 UMHB defense keeps title defense alive The Cru booked their return trip to Salem by rolling up 21 points in the first quarter and cruising the rest of the way, easily dispatching with Brockport in the national semifinals.
December 9, 2017 Brockport's Historic Season Ends In National Semifinals BELTON, TX. – The No. 10 ranked College at Brockport football team saw their historic season come to an end on Saturday afternoon, falling 24-0 at the hands of defending national champion and No. 1 ranked Mary Hardin-Baylor.
December 6, 2017 Building process pays off for Brockport The Golden Eagles weathered consecutive .500 seasons, but learned from every loss. This senior class has already made history, but they're not finished yet. Joe Sager has more in a Road to Salem feature.
December 2, 2017 UMHB, Mount Union, Brockport, UW-Oshkosh reach semis Mary Hardin-Baylor won with defense and special teams in the fourth quarter, Brockport won on the final play of the game, UW-Oshkosh pulled away in the second half, while Mount Union decided a quarterback change was warranted in Saturday's quarterfinals.
December 2, 2017 Last Second Field Goal Sends Brockport To Final Four DOYLESTOWN, Pa. – The No. 10 ranked College at Brockport football team advanced to the NCAA Final Four for the first time in program history Saturday afternoon, defeating Delaware Valley 31-28 on a last second field goal from senior Brett Renzi.