Walsh University Vice President and Director of Athletics Dale Howard has named Dan Pifer as the new head coach of the Cavalier football team. Pifer, a native of Celina, Ohio, joins Walsh from Olivet College.
The 2016 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Football postseason awards have been announced after voting conducted by the league's coaches. Seven Cavaliers have been named with Nick King earning the highest honors of the group on the All-GLIAC Second Team at linebacker.
Walsh couldn’t withstand a second half scoring frenzy by Northwood as it fell 41-13 in the regular season finale Saturday afternoon. The Cavaliers (1-10, 0-10) trailed the Timberwolves (3-8, 3-8) just 10-6 at halftime, but the visitors scored 31 points in the final two frames to open the lead.
Walsh fell to Ohio Dominican in its return to GLIAC action by a score of 42-13 at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Cavaliers are now 1-8 overall and 0-8 in the GLIAC while the Panthers improved to 6-3 in both categories.
(NORTH CANTON, Ohio) – Walsh looks to build upon last week’s thrilling homecoming win against Malone as it hosts Ohio Dominican this Saturday at noon. The Cavaliers enter the contest at 1-7 while the Panthers are 5-3 and second in the South Division.
For the eighth consecutive year, Walsh defeated Malone on the gridiron by a score of 24-21 to retain possession of the Bankert-Gallagher Memorial Trophy Saturday evening. The Homecoming win was the first of the season for the Cavaliers.
No game will be bigger this season than the one this weekend as Walsh hosts rival Malone for Homecoming. The battle for the Bankert-Gallagher Memorial Trophy kicks off Saturday at 6 p.m. from North Canton Memorial Stadium.
Walsh heads on the road to Michigan once again to take on No. 25 Wayne State in a GLIAC contest this Saturday. Kickoff between the Cavaliers (0-6, 0-6) and the Warriors (5-1, 5-1) is set for 12:07 p.m.
Walsh fell to Tiffin by a score of 35-7 in GLIAC action at North Canton Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The loss drops the Cavaliers to 0-6 overall and in the conference while the Dragons improved to 4-2 overall and 3-2 in the GLIAC.
Walsh fell to Northern Michigan by a score of 54-14 in GLIAC action in the Superior Dome on Saturday afternoon. The Cavaliers drop to 0-5 overall and in the GLIAC while the Wildcats improved to 3-2 overall and 3-1 in the conference.
Walsh is gearing up for its second trip to the Upper Peninsula this season as the Cavaliers take on Northern Michigan this Saturday at 4 p.m. The Cavs enter the contest at 0-4 overall and in the conference while the Wildcats stand even at 2-2 in the same fields.
It was tough for Walsh to gather any momentum as it fell to No. 2 Grand Valley State 38-0 in GLIAC action on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium. The Cavaliers fell to 0-4 both overall and in the GLIAC while the Lakers remained unbeaten at 4-0 in the same categories.
Week 4 will feature one of the most storied programs in Division II as Walsh takes on Grand Valley State University at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Cavaliers enter this week 0-3 both overall and in the GLIAC while the Lakers are ranked No. 2 in the nation and are unbeaten with a 3-0 mark.
In its first game back at Memorial Stadium since the 1996 season, Walsh fell just short in a 27-17 loss to Saginaw Valley State on Saturday’s home opener. The Cavaliers fell to 0-3 both overall and in the GLIAC, while the Cardinals improved to 2-1 in the same categories.
Walsh will return to its roots this Saturday as it takes on Saginaw Valley State in the home opener at North Canton Memorial Stadium at noon. It’s the first meeting ever between the Cavaliers (0-2, 0-2) and the Cardinals (1-1, 1-1).
Walsh was defeated by Hillsdale by a score of 28-10 at Muddy Waters Stadium in GLIAC action Saturday evening. The Cavaliers are now 0-2 overall and in the GLIAC, while the Chargers remained unbeaten at 2-0 in their first conference contest.
Walsh kicks off its 22nd season on the gridiron in the Upper Peninsula against Michigan Tech on Saturday at 1 p.m. It’s the third time the Cavaliers will meet the Huskies and first time since the 2013 season.
The Cavs will host Saginaw Valley State in their home opener on Saturday, Sept. 17, at noon. The first 400 fans in attendance will receive an 18 x 24 2016 schedule poster sponsored by Sonic America’s Drive-In located across the street from Walsh University.
Defense stood out as the Gold team shined in a 9-0 shutout over the Maroon team in the Walsh football team’s annual spring game on a snowy afternoon at Vasco Field. All nine points came on special teams as the Gold team’s Logan Gray and Nate Vallee combined for three field goals.
The Walsh University football team has announced two camps for this summer with one focusing on individuals and one being a 7-on-7 tournament. Both camps will take place on Saturday, June 25, for a full day of action.
A big weekend lies ahead for the Walsh football team as it will cap its spring season with its annual Maroon-Gold spring game tomorrow at Vasco Field at 4 p.m. The forecast calls for snow, but that won’t deter the Cavaliers from strapping on the pads and lining up against one another.