It is a rare Friday night kick-off for the Division III Delaware Valley College Aggies as they visit FDU-Florham in Middle Atlantic Conference action.
After years as an afterthought, Delaware Valley College in Doylestown has spent the past 11 years as a perennial power in Division III college football. This year is no different as the Aggies are 4-0 after a 41-23 win over Stevenson University on Saturday.
It is arguably the game of the day in Division III college football on Saturday as Widener and Delaware Valley College meet up in Chester.
After going 11-1 and advancing to the second round of the NCAA playoffs last year, Delaware Valley College preseason pick to win the MAC.
The Delaware Valley College Aggies announced their presence in the Division III NCAA playoffs last week with authority, hammering Norwich in the opening round 62-10. Now, they are preparing for a second round match-up with St. John Fisher (NY) on Saturday in Doylestown.
Another season, another playoff appearance for the Delaware Valley College Aggies.
This year’s game will have a whole new level of intensity, as it will be one of the premier Division III games in the country this Saturday.
Aggies head coach Jim Clements says his team cherished its week off.
Last week the Aggies overcame four turnovers to beat Wilkes University, 14-6. Del Val head coach Jim Clements says they need to be sharper this week.
A roundup of some local college football action this weekend highlighted by Delaware Valley College putting its 4-0 record on the line Saturday.
The Aggies are 2-0 on the season, with both wins coming by a single point.
One of the more remarkable stories in local college football has been the transformation of the program at Delaware Valley College over the last decade.
The Delaware Valley College football team has gotten a lot of attention in various preseason Division III polls. KYW’s Matt Leon spoke with head coach Jim Clements about what 2010 could hold for his team.