• Bounceback year has Hawks in second round
    November 26, 2019
    "When we were 0-4, it could have gotten really bad, but it didn’t. Instead, we were still getting better at the end of the year." And one year later, Huntingdon made the playoffs and got a road playoff win to boot. Adam Turer has more.
  • When a game isn't a game
    September 05, 2018
    Huntingdon and Guilford combined for 106 points in 47 minutes of play, only to have it all wiped out because of weather. Brian Lester takes us through it all from the Huntingdon perspective, as the team which was leading but also had to drive 496 miles home with a no-contest.
  • Three-peat: Hawks clinch third straight USA South championship
    November 04, 2017
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The outcome was decided early on Saturday. As the backups closed out the final quarter and a half of Huntingdon's 55-7 win over Methodist University, the significance of the win began to sink in. Shortly after the final horn sounded, the celebration of a third straight USA South Athletic Conference championship began.
  • Hawks enjoying the adventure
    October 18, 2017
    Huntingdon has not followed a typical formula for success, but the Hawks have weathered early ups and downs. They control their own destiny while they continue to mature. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.
  • A proper send-off
    November 15, 2016
    Randolph-Macon's senior class is special. It's not just what they've accomplished on the field, including a record-tying nine wins and a return to the playoffs; these young men have done it the right way. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.
  • Hawks offense is soaring
    September 28, 2016
    Huntingdon learned a lot from last year's second round playoff game against Mary Hardin-Baylor. The Hawks open USA South play embracing their position as the favorite and have an offense that is lighting up the scoreboard. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.
  • 10 games to watch in 2016
    August 29, 2016
    There's a new Around the Mid-Atlantic columnist, but he's no stranger to D3football.com readers. Here are the 10 games in the region that caught Andrew Lovell's eye when he studied the USA South, ODAC, and Centennial schedules.
  • Huntingdon makes history
    November 23, 2015
    The Hawks became the only program to earn its first ever playoff victory in 2015. The reward is a trip to Texas, but nobody will ever be able to take away the history made by this year's team. More in a Road to Salem feature.
  • UMHB wins rematch, Cortland to make trip west
    November 21, 2015
    Mary Hardin-Baylor shut down the Hardin-Simmons passing game, Huntingdon got its first playoff win, Linfield won its rematch and Cortland won to win the trip to Oregon in the Linfield bracket.
  • Huntingdon claims first conference title in football
    November 07, 2015
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Huntingdon football coach Mike Turk braced for the celebratory shower on the sideline during the final seconds of Saturday's 38-14 win over Maryville College.
  • Get your mind right
    October 20, 2015
    Every player tries to reach a certain level of intensity before taking the field. One song can get him ready to play his best. Find out what jams fire up players from Around the Mid-Atlantic.
  • Finishing the job
    October 05, 2015
    Huntingdon has established itself as one of the teams to beat in the USA South. After two years of disappointment and frustration, the Hawks are ready to finish the job and claim their first conference title.
  • The reverse flea-flicker, with a spin move on top
    October 14, 2014
    You've seen some amazing plays in Division III football this week, but this one involves great execution, with a fantastic individual effort at the end to get the ball in the end zone. It's the D3football.com Play of the Week.
  • It all comes down to Saturday
    November 08, 2012
    What makes Elmhurst and Huntingdon unique is that their programs’ grand dreams rest on what they do on Saturday; a bad game could render all the hoping and discussing moot.
  • Third-generation Hawk helps put team back on the map
    September 26, 2012
    Huntingdon quarterback Neal Posey comes from a solid pedigree -- the school's baseball field is named after his grandfather -- but he did nothing short of earning his spot on the team through hard work and leadership.
  • Blanchard joins Bears after tryout
    May 13, 2012
    A bunch of Division III players were brought to rookie minicamps as undrafted free agents. UW-Whitewater quarterback Matt Blanchard impressed enough to get a contract.
  • Huntingdon to join USA South
    May 10, 2012
    After waiting an extra year, Huntingdon finally will get to follow its GSAC rivals into the USA South and have a home for all sports, including football.
  • Huntingdon pair look to make jump
    March 27, 2012
    Cody Pearcy's great workout has drawn attention from NFL scouts, while Keith Anthony has earned an invitation to a CFL training camp. More inside as we start looking ahead to the NFL draft.
  • Maryville picks Mike Rader to head program
    January 24, 2012
    Huntingdon assistant Mike Rader was named to replace Tony Ierulli as the head of the Scots.
  • Football doesn't owe you anything
    November 16, 2011
    The lessons the game teaches are more important than whether you were an All-American, starter or a scrub. The lessons that the game teaches are more important than the number of yards gained, tackles made or games won.
  • Analysis: After the SCAC shuffle
    June 09, 2011
    Where does the conference and the South Region go from here? Around the Nation columnist Keith McMillan gives his take on the Daily Dose.
  • Hawks Win 35-28 Escaping LaGrange's Second Half Surge
    November 06, 2010
    Huntingdon College's football team jumped up 35-7 in the first half, before LaGrange College's offense scored 21-points in the second half of action. The Hawks (6-4) held off the Panthers (3-6) second half comeback, by intercepting two passes to stop potential scoring drives.
  • Independents have a lot on the line
    November 05, 2010
    Although independents Huntingdon and LaGrange have no playoff hopes this season, both have a lot to play for when they meet this Saturday.
  • Posey Ties Touchdown Record in 56-30 Victory over Trinity on Senior Day
    October 30, 2010
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. --- Sophomore quarterback Neal Posey threw his way into the record-book with six touchdown passes, in the 56-30 win at home against Trinity University (3-5). Huntingdon College’s (5-4) defense stepped up in the second half to secure the victory, finishing the day with four total turnovers, one blocked extra-point, and five sacks.
  • Hawks Beat NAIA 's 17th Ranked Webber International, 35-23
    October 23, 2010
    LAKE WALES, Fla. --- Huntingdon (4-4) picked up the fourth win of the season, by giving the 17th ranked Warriors (5-3) its first and only home loss of the season. The Hawks defense posted five sacks, five pass break ups, two quarterback hurries, and forced one fumble in the win.
  • Hawks Unable to Stop Sea Gulls Powerful Option Attack
    October 16, 2010
    SALISBURY, MD. ---- Salisbury's quarterback Dan Griffin ran for 238 yards and four rushing touchdowns, in the 45-21 win over the Hawks. Salisbury only attempted two passes and carried the ball 71 times on Saturday
  • Hawks Win Fourth Straight Capital City Showdown, 42-10
    September 18, 2010
    With starting quarterback Nick Plagenhoef out due to injury, sophomore Neal Posey stepped up and led the Hawks to a victory over cross-town rival Faulkner. Huntingdon recorded 445 total yards of offense, and held the Eagles to 280 total yards on the night.
  • Huntingdon 62, Louisiana College 56
    September 11, 2010
    PINEVILLE, La. — The Hawks overcame adversity and found a way to win on the road in overtime behind Courtney Moss’s single game school-record fourth touchdown run of the game. Huntingdon gained 571 total yards in offense in the battle, while the Wildcats put up 588 total yards in the 62-56 shoot-out in Pineville.
  • Huntingdon 54, Maryville (Tenn.) 3
    September 04, 2010
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. — The Hawks shook off the dust after trailing by a field-goal for eight minutes in the first quarter then went on a 54-point scoring spree. Maryville was able to steal three points from the Hawks stingy defense with 8:16 to play in the first quarter, after early mental mistakes from the Hawks offense.
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