One hundred and nine (109) Olivet College student-athletes have been named to the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) Academic Honor Roll for 2016-17. Olivet succeeded the 100 plateau for the fourth time in school history.
Olivet College and its athletic director, Ryan Shockey, didn't have to look too far to find their next head football coach. Olivet's offensive and recruiting coordinator, Dan Musielewicz, has been tapped to lead Comet football into the 2017 campaign.
Olivet College head football coach Dan Pifer has announced his resignation after five seasons with the Comets. He has accepted the head football coaching position at Walsh University, an NCAA Division II school in North Canton, Ohio.
Olivet College senior punter Ryan Anderson has been named to the 2016 American Football Coaches Association All-America First Team. Anderson is one of four players to earn this honor for a second consecutive year.
Olivet College seniors Ryan Anderson, Justin Madar and Braden Black have been selected to the 2016 D3football.com All-North Region teams. Anderson is a first-team pick, while Madar is a second-team selection and Black is a third-team choice.
Olivet College senior punter Ryan Anderson has been voted the 2016 CoSIDA Academic All-American® of the Year for NCAA Division III Football. Senior tight end Travis Lankerd joins him on the Academic All-America® first-team.
The Olivet College football team travels to play John Carroll (Ohio) University in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Division III National Championships Saturday, Nov. 19. Kickoff at Wasmer Field and inside the Don Shula Stadium in University Heights, Ohio, is noon.
Seniors Braden Black and Justin Madar headline 15 All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) selections for the Olivet College football team. Black was selected as the MIAA’s Offensive Most Valuable Player, while Madar was named the MIAA’s Defensive Most Valuable Player.
The Olivet College football team will travel to play John Carroll (Ohio) University in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Division III Football Championship Saturday, Nov. 19. Kickoff at Don Shula Stadium in University Heights, Ohio, is noon ET.
The Olivet College football team claimed an outright Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association title with a 44-27 win over (MIAA) Trine (Ind.) University this afternoon at the Cutler Athletic Complex in Olivet. The outright title is the first in school history since 1974. Combined with last year’s championship, the Comets have won back-to-back MIAA titles for the first time since 1913 and 1914.
The Olivet College football team clinched a share of the 2016 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) championship with a 44-37 win over Adrian College this afternoon at Docking Stadium in Adrian. With the win and also with Alma beating Trine, 41-33, the Comets secure the MIAA’s automatic bid to the NCAA Division III National Championships.
Olivet College senior punter Ryan Anderson and senior tight end Travis Lankerd have been named to the 2016 College Sports Information Director of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District VI Football team. They are now eligible to earn CoSIDA NCAA Division III Academic All-America® honors, where first-, second- and third-team selections will be announced on Tuesday, Nov. 29.
Senior Braden Black was 17-of-21 passing for 279 yards and four touchdowns to help the Olivet College football team defeat Alma College, 36-30, this afternoon at the Cutler Athletic Complex in Olivet. With the win, the Comets improve their overall record 7-1 and stay on top of the MIAA standings with a 4-0 record.
Olivet College senior quarterback Braden Black has named the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) Football Offensive Player of the Week. He is receiving this honor for the second time this season.
Senior Braden Black threw a nine-yard touchdown pass to sophomore Andre Houston in overtime to lead the Olivet College football team to a thrilling 54-48 win over Benedictine (Ill.) University today at the Cutler Athletic Complex in Olivet.
The Olivet College football team rolled up 343 yards of offense and allowed eight net rushing yards to beat Albion College, 31-14, this afternoon at Sprankle-Sprandel Stadium in Albion. With the win, the Comets defeated the Britons for the first time since 2007.
Senior Braden Black threw for 260 yards and three touchdowns, and the defense allowed negative five rushing yards to help the Olivet College football team beat Kalamazoo College this afternoon before a capacity crowd of 6,175 fans at the Cutler Athletic Complex in Olivet.