Valpo Football Announces First Batch of 2019 Recruits

The Valparaiso University football program has announced the addition of 18 players who signed Letters of Agreement to play for Valpo as part of Wednesday’s National Signing Day.

Valpo Football Coach Dave Cecchini Accepts Position at Bucknell University

Director of Athletics Mark LaBarbera has announced that Dave Cecchini has stepped down as the head coach of the Valparaiso University football program to accept the same position at Bucknell University.

Valpo Sets Program Record for PFL Honor Roll Members for Second Straight Season

The Valparaiso University football team has once again reached new heights in the classroom, shattering the program record for Pioneer Football League honor roll members for the second straight season.

No. 10: Football Defeats Rival Butler, Retains Hoosier Helmet

Our countdown of the Top 10 moments of 2018 in Valparaiso University Athletics begins with the football team’s 35-17 triumph over rival Butler on Oct. 13.

Norberg, Ng to Participate in FCS Bowl on Sunday

The Valparaiso University football team will have a pair of representatives in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) National Bowl on Sunday.

Studyvin Wins State Farm MVC Good Neighbor Award

Valparaiso University football redshirt junior Jesse Studyvin (Barnhart, Mo. / St. Pius X) has been named a recipient of the State Farm MVC Good Neighbor Award for the 2018 fall season.

Wheeler, Rentschler Earn Academic All-PFL First Team; Latsonas Achieves Second Team

A trio of Valparaiso University football players were recognized for their accomplishments both in the classroom and in competition as the Pioneer Football League released its all-academic teams on Wednesday.

Snouffer Tabbed First Team All-Conference, Gessinger Receives Second Team Nod

The Valparaiso University football team was represented on both the all-Pioneer Football League first and second teams as the conference announced its postseason honors on Tuesday.

Football Falls in Season Finale at Stetson

A strong first half wasn’t enough for the Valparaiso University football team on Saturday afternoon in DeLand, Fla. as host Stetson rounded out its turnaround season by scoring 21 unanswered points to start the third quarter in an eventual 45-31 victory. This marked the final game of the season and the last day of the careers of a memorable group of Valpo seniors.