Menlo Names Fred Guidici as Interim Head CoachThirteen years of hard work paid off for Fred Guidici when the longest tenured member of the Menlo College Athletic Department was named interim head coach of the Oaks football program on Wednesday.
Kaanapu Moves on From Menlo to MercedMenlo's Mark Kaanapu announced this week that he is stepping down as the leader of the Oaks' football program to take over the same role at Merced College.
UPS Hammers L&C in Season FinalePuget Sound ended the 2008 campaign on a high note, defeating Lewis & Clark 58-14 in a Northwest Conference football game on Saturday afternoon at Peyton Field at Baker Stadium in Tacoma, Wash.
Linfield Steamrolls Past Pacific LutheranTravis Masters piled up 273 all-purpose yards and scored two touchdowns as visiting Linfield routed NWC rival Pacific Lutheran 45-0 Saturday in a season-ending game at Sparks Stadium.
Whitworth Runs Through L&CAdam Anderson etched his name into the Whitworth football record book once again on Saturday, leading the Pirates to a season-ending 42-7 NWC win over Lewis & Clark at the Whitworth Pine Bowl.
Pacific Lutheran Holds Off MenloWith a chance to exorcise demons that have haunted Menlo all season, the Oaks came up short once again in a 35-34 loss to Pacific Lutheran in a Northwest Conference football game on Senior Day Saturday.
Willamette Clinches NWC Bid to Football PlayoffsGrant Leslie led 10th-ranked Willamette to a 49-27 victory over the visiting Puget Sound Saturday, Nov. 8 at McCulloch Stadium. giving the Bearcats the NWC's bid to the NCAA Division III Playoffs.
Western Oregon Holds Off LinfieldOvercoming a total yards deficit of over 100 yards, Western Oregon overcame a spirited effort from underdog Linfield to beat the Wildcats 17-9 Saturday afternoon at rain-swept Maxwell Field.
Linfield Survives at Puget SoundVisiting Linfield survived at Puget Sound 32-24 in a Northwest Conference football game on Saturday afternoon at Peyton Field at Baker Stadium.
Menlo Wins at L&CLewis & Clark dropped its final home game of the 2008 season 49-20 to the Menlo Oaks in a Northwest Conference football game on Saturday afternoon at Griswold Stadium.
Anderson Scores Six TDs as Whitworth Wins at PLUWhitworth tailback Adam Anderson broke his own school record with six touchdowns to lead the Pirates past Pacific Lutheran, 40-29, in a Northwest Conference football game played Saturday at Sparks Stadium.
PLU Knocks Off UPS in Tacoma Rivalry GameVisiting Pacific Lutheran took a 14-7 victory over Puget Sound in a Northwest Conference football game on Saturday afternoon on Peyton Field at Baker Stadium in Tacoma, Wash.
Whitworth Holds Off MenloMenlo had to settle for a moral victory against conference royalty when it lost a 36-34 heartbreaker to two-time defending champion Whitworth on Saturday afternoon at Conner Field.
Linfield Rolls at Lewis & ClarkLewis & Clark fell 55-7 to the Linfield Wildcats in a Northwest Conference football contest Saturday afternoon at Fred Wilson Field.
Whitworth Runs Through Puget SoundAdam Anderson ran for 214 yards and scored four touchdowns to lead Whitworth to a 35-7 win over visiting Puget Sound in a Northwest Conference football game on Saturday at the Whitworth Pine Bowl.
Willamette Cruises Past Pacific LutheranMerben Woo scored a pair of touchdowns to lead Willamette to a 45-18 Northwest Conference football victory over Pacific Lutheran on Saturday afternoon at Sparks Stadium.
Gustavus Shuts Down PLUGustavus Adolphus limited host Pacific Lutheran to 223 yards of total offense as the Golden Gusties defeated the Lutes 24-14 in a non-conference football game Saturday afternoon at Sparks Stadium.
Linfield Blanks MenloScott Birkhhofer drilled home three field-goals, including a school record 54-yarder, to lead Linfield past Menlo 9-0 in the Northwest Conference opener for both schools Saturday afternoon.
Linfield Favored in 2008 Preseason PollLinfield College has been selected by Northwest Conference football coaches as the favorite for the 2008 season, the eighth straight year the Wildcats have placed first in the NWC preseason poll.