|Overall record: 7-4 - Conference: 6-1|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • D-III opponent)
|9/2||at Capital •||L, 57-7|
|9/9||vs. Dayton||L, 35-28|
|9/23||vs. Alma •||W, 42-24|
|9/30||at Wooster * •||W, 24-21|
|10/7||vs. Earlham * •||W, 28-14|
|10/14||vs. Wabash * •||W, 19-17|
|10/21||at Ohio Wesleyan * •||L, 17-10|
|10/28||at Oberlin * •||W, 22-6|
|11/4||vs. Allegheny * •||W, 39-21|
|11/11||at Hiram * •||W, 35-0|
|11/18||at Capital||L, 32-14|
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September 24, 2016 Top 25: Tommies' run continues; Witt tops Wabash St. Thomas didn't need its All-America running back on Saturday to beat its archrival, UW-Whitewater downed the NAIA's No. 2 team and Wittenberg knocked off Wabash. More in Saturday's Top 25 roundup.