Iowa Wesleyan Tigers

Schedule

Overall record: 6-4 - Conference: 6-3
All times Eastern   (* Conference; • In-region)
9/6 vs. Simpson L, 43-7 BX RC
9/13 vs. St. Scholastica * L, 41-14 BX RC
9/20 at Minnesota-Morris * W, 13-7 BX
9/27 vs. MacMurray * W, 40-34 BX
10/4 at Crown * W, 27-19 BX
10/11 vs. Martin Luther * W, 34-14 BX
10/18 vs. Westminster (Mo.) * W, 37-21 BX
10/25 at Greenville * L, 52-32 BX
11/1 at Eureka * W, 36-28 BX
11/8 vs. Northwestern (Minn.) * L, 34-12 BX
Overall record: 6-4 - Conference: 6-3
All times Eastern   (* Conference; • In-region)
9/13 vs. St. Scholastica * L, 41-14 BX RC
9/20 at Minnesota-Morris * W, 13-7 BX
9/27 vs. MacMurray * W, 40-34 BX
10/4 at Crown * W, 27-19 BX
10/11 vs. Martin Luther * W, 34-14 BX
10/18 vs. Westminster (Mo.) * W, 37-21 BX
10/25 at Greenville * L, 52-32 BX
11/1 at Eureka * W, 36-28 BX
11/8 vs. Northwestern (Minn.) * L, 34-12 BX

2014

Schools Conf All
St. Scholastica 9-0 10-1
Northwestern (Minn.) 7-2 8-2
Greenville 7-2 7-3
Iowa Wesleyan 6-3 6-4
Westminster (Mo.) 6-3 6-4
Crown 4-5 4-6
MacMurray 3-6 3-7
Eureka 2-7 2-8
Martin Luther 1-8 2-8
Minnesota-Morris 0-9 0-10

Previous seasons

loki/standings
Year Overall Conf
2017 0-0, 0-0 UMAC
2016 3-7, 3-6 UMAC
2015 1-9, 1-8 UMAC
2014 6-4, 6-3 UMAC
2013 2-8, 2-7 UMAC

Team Info

Iowa Wesleyan

Tigers

Coach: Tom Parkevich (Mount Senario '91)
Conference: UMAC
Enrollment: 386
Location: Mount Pleasant, Iowa
Colors: Purple, White
Stadium: Mapleleaf Stadium (5000)
Surface: Grass

News Releases

August 3, 2017 NACC set for football expansion in 2018 Multiple sources tell D3sports.com that the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference will be adding an eighth school for football starting next fall.
March 29, 2012 Iowa Wesleyan to join UMAC The Upper Midwest Athletic Conference, which lost Presentation earlier this year when it decided to leave the conference, will return to 10 football programs in 2013 when Iowa Wesleyan joins.
February 16, 2012 CSS assistant named coach at Iowa Wesleyan On the heels of an undefeated regular season and the first playoff bid in St. Scholastica football history, defensive coordinator Tom Parkevich takes the top job at a school planning to move to Division III.