|Overall record: 10-2 - Conference: 5-1|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • D-III opponent)
|9/7||vs. Merchant Marine||W, 54-3|
|9/14||vs. Cal Lutheran||W, 40-32|
|9/21||at Dickinson * •||W, 28-21|
|9/28||vs. Franklin and Marshall * •||W, 68-22|
|10/5||at McDaniel * •||L, 35-14|
|10/19||at Johns Hopkins * •||W, 23-10|
|10/26||vs. Gettysburg * •||W, 41-0|
|11/2||at Ursinus * •||W, 43-0|
|11/9||vs. Union||W, 44-13|
|11/16||at Moravian •||W, 8-0|
|11/23||vs. Mass-Dartmouth||W, 56-6|
|11/30||vs. John Carroll||L, 21-10||RC|
October 5, 2019 Muhlenberg Rolls Past F&M to Remain Undefeated Michael Hnatkowsky was nearly perfect, setting one record and tying another to lead the Muhlenberg football team to a 49-6 win at Franklin & Marshall.
November 27, 2018 Centennial rivals still alive The Centennial Conference had a year for the ages, and it’s still going. Muhlenberg and Johns Hopkins are each 11-1 with a chance at meeting its rival again, this time in the national semifinals. Adam Turer has more in a Road to the Stagg Bowl feature.
November 24, 2018 RPI, JHU eliminate East's top two Brockport and Frostburg State were both bounced from the 2018 Division III playoffs, while Muhlenberg shut Randolph-Macon down and Mount Union, UW-Whitewater, St. John's and UMHB rolled. More in the full second-round wrapup.
November 24, 2018 Muhlenberg advances to national quarterfinals Record-setting performances on both sides of the ball highlighted a historic day as the Muhlenberg football team defeated Randolph-Macon, 35-6, in the second round of the NCAA playoffs.
November 17, 2018 Macon, Muhlenberg get road wins Randolph-Macon and Muhlenberg each won road games in the first round and Mount Union and Centre advanced easily in the top-right corner of the bracket. Nick Sirico's pick-six with 35 seconds left gave Muhlenberg a 20-13 win at Delaware Valley, while Randolph-Macon picked off Anthony Moeglin four times to pull the upset at John Carroll.
October 14, 2018 Read & React: No place like home The road can be fun and exciting, but it does not compare to playing at home. UW-Oshkosh finally played at Titans Stadium, and re-energized its season. Meanwhile, Muhlenberg hit the road in a battle of playoff preparation.