The Simpson College “S” Club has chosen four student-athletes to be inducted into the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame at this year’s Red & Gold Celebration, held Friday, Oct. 18 in Hubbell Hall at the Kent Campus Center.
Simpson football has picked up a two-game series with defending national champion University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, which will begin next season, head coach Matt Jeter announced. The 2020 matchup will serve as the first meeting between the programs.
For the second-straight year, Simpson football has been tabbed fourth in the American Rivers Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll, the league announced Thursday. Defending champion Wartburg was picked first by the A-R-C coaches.
Head coach Matt Jeter and the Simpson football team have released their 2019 schedule. The Storm will compete in 10 games, with five at home and five on the road, two non-conference showdowns and eight American Rivers Conference contests.
The Simpson football team placed four players on the D3football.com 2018 All-West Region Team. Cam Bunting and Michael Connor earned second team honors while Brendan Holmes and Nathan Hawkins landed on the third team.
Simpson football players Trey Chumbley, Galen Gist, Nathan Hawkins and Ryan Lehr recently earned 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-District 8® First Team honors, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Linebacker Michael Connor took home MVP honors, Matt Jeter was named Coach of the Year and Simpson placed 12 players on the American Rivers All-Conference Football Team, as voted on by the league’s nine head coaches.
Cam Bunting ran for 254 yards, Tanner Krueger threw five touchdown passes and the Simpson football team closed the 2018 season in impressive fashion, routing Buena Vista 56-7 at a cold J. Leslie Rollins Stadium.
The Simpson football team hits the road for the final game of the 2018 season Saturday, Nov. 10 when the Storm travel to Storm Lake to take on the Buena Vista Beavers at J. Leslie Rollins Stadium. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.
Cam Bunting ran for 89 hard-earned yards and Brendan Holmes had two interceptions, but the combination of Maurece Herrion and Dwayne Allen, Jr. led Dubuque to a 17-6 win over the Simpson football team Saturday at a rain-soaked Buxton Stadium.
Two of the three teams involved in the tie for first in the American Rivers Conference meet Saturday, Nov. 3 when the Simpson football team hosts the Dubuque Spartans at Buxton Stadium. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.
Cam Bunting ran for 153 yards and three touchdowns, Michael Connor led a stout defensive effort that held the league's best rushing attack in-check, and the Simpson football team beat Luther 27-17, spoiling homecoming at Carlson Stadium on Saturday.
The Simpson football team looks to stay in the hunt for an American Rivers Conference championship when it travels to Decorah, Iowa on Saturday, Oct. 27 to face the Luther Norse. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. at Carlson Stadium.
Cam Bunting ran for a career-high 222 yards to lead a dominant rushing attack, and the Simpson football team stayed in the race for an American Rivers Conference title with a 38-33 win over Loras on a blustery Saturday afternoon at Buxton Stadium.
Blaine Hawkins threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Ross Norem with 21 seconds left in the game and No. 20 Central held off the Simpson football team 17-16 in a battle for first place in the American Rivers Conference.
The Simpson football team renews its oldest conference rivalry Saturday, Oct. 13 when the Storm travel to face the Central Dutch with sole possession of first place in the American Rivers Conference on the line. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. at Ron and Joyce Schipper Stadium.