|Overall record: 0-10 - Conference: 0-6|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • In-region)
|9/5||vs. Wittenberg •||L, 37-6||BX|
|9/12||at Elmhurst •||L, 17-9||BX|
|9/19||vs. Concordia-Chicago •||L, 12-7||BX|
|9/26||at North Central (Ill.) •||L, 69-18||BX|
|10/3||at Albion * •||L, 20-0||BX|
|10/10||vs. Kalamazoo * •||L, 24-14||BX|
|10/17||vs. Trine * •||L, 42-17||BX|
|10/24||at Alma * •||L, 42-23||BX|
|10/31||vs. Hope * •||L, 28-14||BX|
|11/14||at Adrian * •||L, 45-20|
January 9, 2017 Olivet offensive coordinator takes over as head coach Just a few short weeks after Dan Pifer resigned to choose a Division II job, Olivet has promoted offensive coordinator Dan Musielewicz to take over for him.
December 19, 2016 Olivet coach takes Division II job Dan Pifer led Olivet for five seasons, including taking the Comets to the 2016 Division III playoffs. He'll take over as the head coach at Walsh.
December 2, 2016 Academic All-America team released The 2016 CoSIDA Academic All-America® Division III football team was led by a punter: Ryan Anderson of Olivet, who compiled a 4.0 GPA.
November 19, 2016 Season ends for Olivet with 37-12 loss to John Carroll in NCAA Playoffs The Olivet College football team saw its season come to an end with a 37-12 loss to John Carroll (Ohio) University today at Wasmer Field and inside the Don Shula Stadium in University Heights, Ohio.
November 12, 2016 Olivet clinches outright MIAA title with 44-27 win over Trine The Olivet College football team clinched an outright MIAA title with a 44-27 win over Trine (Ind.) University this afternoon at the Cutler Athletic Complex in Olivet. The outright title is the first in school history since 1974. Combined with last year’s championship, the Comets have won back-to-back MIAA titles for the first time since 1913 and 1914.
November 10, 2016 Out of the darkness, light Sometimes, things don’t go your way. Sometimes, your highest expectations are crushed by unanticipated disappointment. But even if your team goes 0-for-2016, there's reason for hope. Around the Nation talks to five coaches who have brought their programs up from the bottom.