Washington and Lee Generals
|Overall record: 5-5 - Conference: 3-3|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • D-III opponent)
|9/8||at Johns Hopkins •||L, 34-3|
|9/15||vs. Guilford * •||W, 27-6||BX|
|9/22||vs. Centre •||L, 42-10|
|9/29||at Randolph-Macon * •||L, 28-24|
|10/6||vs. Catholic * •||W, 18-12|
|10/13||at Hampden-Sydney * •||W, 39-12|
|10/20||at Sewanee •||W, 28-24|
|10/27||vs. Bridgewater * •||L, 34-28|
|11/3||at Emory and Henry * •||L, 35-17||BX|
|11/10||vs. Greensboro •||W, 46-13|
September 20, 2018 Calling your alma mater home Division III is home to many coaches who have made a life out of coaching at the same school they played at. Some of those coaches graduated, coached elsewhere and came home as head coach, while some never left. Adam Turer talks to a handful of young coaches who arrived as teenagers and are now young head coaches in this edition of Around the Nation.
September 1, 2018 Roundup: Alvernia's first taste is of victory Alvernia's first-ever football game was one to remember, while Thomas More's attempt to barnstorm its way to a playoff bid was derailed right out of the gate and Washington & Lee did something it hadn't done since 1969 in Saturday's Week 1 Division III football action.
March 26, 2018 Podcast: Sounds like spring We chat with new W&L coach Garrett LeRose, while Lake Forest coach Jim Catanzaro talks about his program and his position on the football NCAA committee, including how they make the last at-large picks. And we hear from Allegheny coach B.J. Hammer about rebuilding the 1990 Division III national champion.
February 14, 2018 LeRose promoted to Generals' top spot Another national search, one which had two Division III head coaches as finalists, resulted in someone being hired from the team's own staff, as Garrett LeRose was promoted to the Washington & Lee head coaching job.
January 2, 2018 Abell leaves Washington & Lee for Davidson job Scott Abell coached W&L for only six seasons, but he won the most ODAC titles of any W&L football coach and posted the highest overall winning percentage in nearly a century.
November 8, 2017 Eyes on the prize Washington and Lee has overcome unexpected adversity this season. The Generals enter Week 11 as the only ODAC team in control of its playoff destiny. Andrew Lovell has more in Around the Mid-Atlantic.