2011 Walsh Football News

  • Carter Field Goal Wins Walsh Spring Game for Maroon
    April 15, 2012
    Tim Carter (6-0, 175 So., Columbus, OH/Bishop Watterson) snapped a 7-7 tie with 14 seconds to play with a 20-yard game winning field goal to give the Maroon Team a 10-7 win over the Gold squad in Walsh University’s Spring Football Game. Carter, who kicked for both teams, also tacked on two extra points.
  • Kane Selected to CoSIDA Capital One Academic Team
    January 12, 2012
    Walsh University senior defensive back Pat Kane (Sr., Bolivar, OH/Tusky Valley) has been selected to the CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District Football Team.
  • Showell Named First Team All-OCF
    December 08, 2011
    Walsh University senior guard Derrick Showell (6-5, 289, Columbus, OH/Briggs HS) has been named first-team All-OCF (Ohio College Football) for division two. Showell also earned first-team All-Mid States Football Association this past fall.
  • Showell, Stover Earn All-MSFA Honors
    November 17, 2011
    Walsh University offensive lineman Derrick Showell (6-5, 289, Sr., Columbus, OH/Briggs) and return specialist Tony Stover (6-2, 203, So., Akron, OH/Northwest) have earned post season honors from the Mid-States Football Association.
  • Cavs Rally at Quincy
    November 12, 2011
    Walsh (5-6) rallied from a 13-0 first half deficit to win the season finale 27-20 at Quincy University (4-5) today. Walsh closes the season by winning their final three games.
  • Cavs Set Records in 60-0 Win
    November 05, 2011
    Walsh (4-6) recorded back-to-back shutouts for the first time in school history in blanking Concordia University 60-0 on Senior Day at Fawcett Stadium.
  • Cavs Blank Taylor 22-0; Keith Rushes for 205 Yards
    October 29, 2011
    Behind the running of Justin Keith (6-2, 235, R-Fr., Canton, OH, OH/South) and the relentless play of the defense, Walsh (3-6) won its third game of the season with a 22-0 shutout of Taylor University (4-4).
  • Offense Silent in 28-3 Loss to Wesley
    October 22, 2011
    Walsh fell to 2-6 on the season, and lost a chance for a winning season after losing 28-3 to visiting Wesley College (6-1) today. The Cavs are home at 7 pm next Saturday night to meet Taylor University.
  • Cavs Rout Malone 35-10
    October 15, 2011
    Walsh (2-5) has retained the Dick Gallagher/John Bankert Memorial Trophy after defeating Malone University (3-4) 35-10 at Fawcett Stadium tonight. The win was third straight over the Pioneers for the Cavs, who lead the all-time series 11-6. Walsh returns to Fawcett Stadium next Saturday to meet Wesley College at 12 pm. The game will be broadcast live on NewsTalk 640 AM WHLO. at 12 pm.
  • Despite Record Day From Steve Smith, Cavs Fall in Two OTs to St. Francis
    October 08, 2011
    Despite a Walsh record six touchdowns from tailback Steve Smith (So., 5-10, 197, Norton, OH/HS), Walsh (1-5) fell 42-41 in two overtimes to NAIA No. 7 University of Saint Francis (4-1).
  • Cavs Upset Bid of No. 3 Marian Falls Short
    October 01, 2011
    Walsh fell short in its upset bid of NAIA No. 3 Marian University by a score of 20-13 at St. V Health Field in Indianapolis Saturday afternoon. The Knights (6-0, 1-0) jutted out to a 20-0 first half lead, but the Cavaliers (1-4) made a valiant comeback attempt with a pair of touchdowns and shutting the Marian offense down in the second half.
  • Safety Gives Cavs First Win, 22-20 at Urbana
    September 24, 2011
    Walsh's (1-3) defense helped seal the Cavs' first win of the season, 22-20, at Urbana University (2-2) today. The Cavs' defense recorded a safety at the 8:58 mark of the fourth quarter which broke a 20-20 tie.
  • Cavs Fall in OT to Notre Dame in Home Opener
    September 10, 2011
    For the first time in school history the Walsh University Cavaliers are 0-2, after falling 20-17 in overtime to Notre Dame College (1-1) at Fawcett Stadium today.
  • Cavs Fall in Season Opener at Cumberlands
    September 03, 2011
    With temperatures in the upper 90's, Walsh (0-1) opened the season at the University of the Cumberlands (1-0) in the Blue Grass State. The Cavs played from behind the entire afternoon and fell 31-14, in a game that was much closer than the final score