Head coach Landon Fox joined Brandon Vickrey for the Week 7 edition of Valpo Football Weekly sponsored by Lakeshore Bone & Joint Institute to look back at the Week 6 game at St. Thomas and talk about plans for this week's bye week.
The Valparaiso University football program announced its weekly team awards on Monday following a 20-13 road setback on Saturday at St. Thomas.
Valparaiso University football fifth-year senior Ben Niesner (Black Diamond, Wash. / Tahoma [Portland State]) was recognized by the Pioneer Football League following his best statistical performance in a Valpo uniform in Saturday’s game at St. Thomas.
The Valparaiso University football team competed in another tightly-contested, one-score game on Saturday, as host St. Thomas withstood a pair of late Valpo takeaways to hold on for a 20-13 victory at O’Shaughnessy Stadium in Saint Paul, Minn. The Beacons outscored the Tommies 10-0 in the final quarter, but couldn’t fully overcome a 17-point deficit.
The Valparaiso University football program will take on one of the two new members of the Pioneer Football League on Saturday as the Beacons make their first-ever trip to St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn. After a week where all five PFL games were decided by seven points or fewer including Valpo’s overtime defeat to Marist on Homecoming Saturday at Brown Field, the team will hope to start 2-0 in PFL road games for the second straight year.
Head coach Landon Fox joined Brandon Vickrey for the Week 6 edition of Valpo Football Weekly sponsored by Lakeshore Bone & Joint Institute to look back at the Week 5 game vs. Marist and preview the Week 6 game at St. Thomas.
The Valparaiso University football program has announced its weekly award winners for Saturday’s Week 5 game, a 27-24 overtime loss to Marist at Brown Field.
The Valparaiso University football team made every effort to complete a late rally for the second consecutive week, but this time the fourth-quarter magic came up narrowly shy as visiting Marist edged the host Beacons 27-24 in overtime on Homecoming Saturday at Brown Field. Valpo outscored the Red Foxes 14-0 in the fourth quarter to send the game to OT. In the extra session, the Beacons settled for a field goal on their possession before Marist won the game on a 25-yard touchdown pass on their first offensive snap.
The annual fall celebration of Valparaiso University has arrived as homecoming weekend is set to get underway. And the centerpiece of an action-packed weekend on campus will take place on Saturday at high noon at Brown Field as the Valpo football program welcomes Marist in hopes of improving to 2-0 in Pioneer Football League action. With the team coming off a dramatic victory, the student body coming off a strong showing at the home opener and the alumni set to return to campus for the first homecoming game since 2019, Brown Field figures to be rocking on Saturday.