Brandon Smith scored on a 3-yard touchdown run in the overtime period to give 15th-ranked Northwestern College a 33-27 win over Nebraska Wesleyan in overtime on Saturday (Sept. 29) in GPAC football action at Abel Stadium .
Nebraska Wesleyan will face its third straight nationally-ranked opponent this Saturday as the Prairie Wolves host No. 15 Northwestern College in GPAC football action. Kickoff between the Prairie Wolves and Red Raiders is set for 1 pm at Abel Stadium in Lincoln.
#23 Doane College scored touchdowns on all three of their offensive possessions in the third quarter as the Tigers pulled away for a 38-24 victory over Nebraska Wesleyan University in the 98th meeting between the long time rivals on Saturday (Sept. 22) at Simon Field in Crete, Neb.
Nebraska Wesleyan takes to the road this Saturday (Sept. 22) as they travel to Crete, Neb., to face their arch rival Doane College in a GPAC Football rivalry game. Kickoff between the Prairie Wolves and Tigers is set for 1 pm at Simon Field.
Morningside quarterback Joel Nixon threw four touchdown passes including three for over 30 yards as the fourth-ranked Mustangs downed Nebraska Wesleyan, 35-10, under the lights on Saturday (Sept. 15) in front of 1,147 fans at Abel Stadium.
Midland defensive back Nick Carlson intercepted a Nate Hauptman pass with under two minutes to play as the Prairie Wolves were driving for the game-winning score to seal a 7-3 Midland victory over Nebraska Wesleyan University in the GPAC football opener on Saturday (Sept. 8) at Memorial Field in Fremont, Neb.
Nebraska Wesleyan will open the Great Plains Athletic Conference portion of their schedule this Saturday (Sept. 8) when they hit the road for the first time to face Midland University in GPAC football action. Kickoff between the Prairie Wolves and Warriors is set for Noon at Memorial Field in Fremont, Neb.
The first edition of the 2012 NAIA National Football Players of the Week were announced Monday (Sept. 3) by the national office. Nebraska Wesleyan’s Jordan Delbaugh was named the NAIA National Special Teams Player-of-the-Week for the week of Aug. 27-Sept. 2. The winners were chosen out of a pool of player of the week performers among the nine conferences and independents.
Nebraska Wesleyan University senior Jordan Delbaugh is this week’s GPAC/Hauff Mid-America Sports Special Teams Player-of-the-Week. Delbaugh, a senior from Englewood, Colo., blocked two kicks in Nebraska Wesleyan’s 25-20 win over Saint Mary this past Saturday (Sept. 1).
Nebraska Wesleyan scored 16 unanswered points in the third quarter to rally from a first half deficit then the Prairie Wolves defense made a last minute red zone stop to seal a 25-20 victory for NWU over Saint Mary (Kan.) in the 2012 football season opener on Saturday (Sept. 1) at Abel Stadium in Lincoln.
Game week has arrived on the Nebraska Wesleyan campus as the NWU football team will play their 2012 season opener this Saturday (Sept. 1) when they host the University of Saint Mary from Kansas. Kickoff between the Prairie Wolves and Spires is set for 1 pm at Abel Stadium.
The Nebraska Wesleyan University football team was picked to finish 7th in the 2012 preseason GPAC Coaches' poll that was released on Thursday (Aug. 2). The poll was voted on by all 10 coaches at the 13th Annual GPAC Media Day that was held at the Country Inn & Suites in Lincoln. New this season was a media poll selected by the GPAC media. NWU was picked to finish sixth in the 2012 media poll.
Nebraska Wesleyan had three football players named to the 20th Annual USA College Football NAIA Preseason All-American teams. Russell Walton was a First-Team preseason All-American, with Brett Kaczor and Cody Eiler selected for the Second-Team.
Nebraska Wesleyan intercepted four passes in the first quarter and jumped out to a 34-7 lead in the first quarter and continued to roll for a season opening 58-34 victory over University of Saint Mary on Saturday afternoon (Sept. 3) in Leavenworth, Kan.
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