The undefeated West Chester Golden Rams are getting ready for their biggest test of the season. On Saturday, they travel out to Bloomsburg to face the undefeated Huskies.
The West Chester Golden Rams will celebrate homecoming on Saturday afternoon as they welcome Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference rival Shippensburg to John A. Farrell Stadium.
The West Chester Golden Rams will welcome Lock Haven to John A. Farrell Stadium on Saturday afternoon as they look to stay perfect here in 2014.
West Chester University will look to stay undefeated on Saturday night as they welcome Millersville to John A. Farrell Stadium.
Division II West Chester will look to stay perfect on Saturday evening as they travel across Pennsylvania to visit Seton Hill.
The Golden Rams will play Armstong Atlantic State in their first game down in Salem, Virginia, on Thursday.
The 2013 season was an incredibly successful one for the West Chester University Golden Rams and they are hoping to build on it here in 2014.
For West Chester University, who will visit Lenoir-Rhyne University on Saturday in the “Final Four”, one of the most impressive post-season resumes is being put together by sophomore defensive back Brandon Pepper.
For the first time since 2008, West Chester University has qualified for the NCAA Division II Championship Tournament and the Golden Rams will open things up at home on Saturday, hosting American International College.
For the first time in 2013, the West Chester University football team tasted defeat this past Saturday, as they lost to visiting Bloomsburg, 31-28.
The West Chester Golden Rams are getting ready for the biggest game of their season on Saturday. They will host 8-1 Bloomsburg, with the winner grabbing the PSAC East title and a berth in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship game.
The West Chester Golden Rams have put themselves in a great position coming down the home stretch of the 2013 college football regular season as they get ready to visit local rival Cheyney,
The Golden Rams of West Chester just keep rolling along. They sit at 7-0 on the season (4-0 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference) after a 34-13 win at Lock Haven last weekend. Now the Golden Rams are preparing for what is probably the biggest game of the season to this point, a Saturday visit to Shippensburg.
The Division II West Chester Golden Rams now sit at 5-0 on the season as they get ready for a key match-up with East Stroudsburg on Saturday at John A. Farrell Stadium.
You would be hard pressed to find a team that made a bigger statement to open its season than Division II West Chester.