|Overall record: 1-9 - Conference: 1-5|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • In-region)
|9/4||vs. Otterbein •||L, 41-6|
|9/11||at Adrian •||L, 34-0|
|10/2||vs. Case Western Reserve •||L, 12-10|
|10/9||vs. Anderson * •||L, 27-10|
|10/16||at Hanover * •||L, 28-7|
|10/23||vs. Mount St. Joseph * •||L, 41-10|
|10/30||at Franklin * •||L, 35-14|
|11/6||at Manchester * •||W, 19-14|
|11/13||vs. Bluffton * •||L, 30-0|
|11/20||at Bethany||L, 35-28|
September 14, 2016 A tree grows in Allentown Mike Donnelly's coaching tree continues to develop new branches. There are now six D-III head coaches who learned under the tutelage of the Muhlenberg legend. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.
February 1, 2013 Former Defiance College Product Set to Coach in Super Bowl A Defiance College alumnus will play a big role in Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans on Sunday, February 3. Don Martindale, inside linebackers coach for the Super Bowl-bound Baltimore Ravens, graduated from Defiance College with a bachelor’s degree in business education after playing linebacker with the Yellow Jackets. His coaching career began as an assistant at DC in the late 1980s.
December 3, 2012 Defiance College Completes Turf Project at Coressel Stadium Roughly one month after the first piece of sod was lifted at Defiance College’s Justin F. Coressel Stadium, the installation of a brand new synthetic turf playing surface has been completed.
November 19, 2012 DC’s Smith and Carrabino in Running for HCAC Play of the Year After plays from Defiance College’s Aaron Smith and Jon Carrabino were voted as the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference’s Highlight of the Week on September 8 and 15, the two are now finalists in the vote for the HCAC Highlight of the Year.
November 14, 2012 Defiance Football Places 10 on All-HCAC Squad The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference announced its 2012 All-HCAC Football Team on Wednesday, with Defiance College putting three student-athletes on the First-Team, six more on the Second-Team and one on the All-Sportsmanship Team.
November 10, 2012 DC Football Ends Season with Double Overtime Defeat Defiance used a 32-yard field goal with two seconds left in regulation to match Bluffton at 17-17 and capped a 17-0 spurt by striking for a touchdown in the first overtime session for a 24-17 lead, before ultimately suffering a 27-24 loss in the second overtime period.