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Bryce Corriston ‘25 is taking his 5th year to continue his athletic career in the Fall.
Corriston ‘25 is the Quarterback for the Terriers.

Insight into next year’s 5th year football athletes

Abby Taylor, Contributing Writer May 14, 2024

The National Collegiate Athletics Association gives its student athletes four years of eligibility to play their respective sports. Most students' eligibility is used during their, usually first, four...

Running back Ryan Ingram ‘24 scored the first touchdown in the game against Furman on Nov. 18. The football win against Furman this year ended the Terriers’ season with a victory.

After slow start, Terriers end football season with wins

Catherine Lesesne, Staff Writer December 12, 2023

After a long season of uncertainty and resilience, the Wofford football team made an outstanding comeback in the final two games of the season. The team was down for the first nine games, with the losing...

A behind-the-scenes look at a Wofford game day

Maddie Ayers, Staff Writer November 7, 2023

Wofford College football kicked off their 2024 season in early September against Pittsburgh. Aside from the team playing on the Ayers field, a lot of hard work goes on behind the scenes of each Saturday...

Wofford running back Nathan Walker (21) scores a second half touchdown vs. the Citadel. Walker’s touchdown would be Wofford’s last of the season. Photo courtesy of Mark Olencki.

Wofford Football Shuts Down Spring Season Prematurely

Chalmers Rogland May 9, 2021

Injuries and COVID-19 opt-outs reason for shutdown On April 5, Wofford’s football program announced that it would opt out of the remainder of the Spring football season. COVID-19 and injuries left...

Defensive lineman Micheal  Mason (#99) tackles a Mercer ball carrier. Mason led the Wofford defensive effort with two forced fumbles and nine tackles. Photo courtesy of Mark Olencki.

Spring Football Kicks Off, Terriers Dominate Mercer In Season Opener

Chalmers Rogland March 2, 2021

Victory comes shortly after coaching staff turnover Wofford spring football played its first game in over 400 days in front of over 1000 fans  at Gibbs Stadium on a crisp February afternoon,routing...

Due to coronavirus concerns, the expected fall schedule was canceled.
Photo by Natalie Aversano.

Spring Football, But For Real This Time

Hal Crosswell November 3, 2020

For the first time ever, Wofford gears up for a spring, all-conference football season For the first time since its construction, Gibbs Stadium was left unfilled and silent this fall due...

Caption: Wofford linebacker Jireh Wilson (#41) sacks Gardner-Webb quarterback Jordan Smith (#9).

Wofford Football Recovers from Early-Season Stumble

Chalmers Rogland November 23, 2019

Terriers ride game winning streak into showdown with powerhouse Clemson “I am not going to push the panic button after one game.” These were Wofford football head coach Josh Conklin’s words following...

Wofford vs. South Carolina

Wofford vs. South Carolina

James Barkley November 14, 2017
A football forecast
Walking in faith

Walking in faith

Sarah Madden November 15, 2016
Football player reflects on narrowly-avoided paralysis; plans for the future
“It’s a difficult schedule… there are no easy ones, we’ll have to fight, claw and do everything we can do to be successful,” says Mike Ayers, head coach.

Wofford football Releases 2016 Schedule

Contributing Writer February 9, 2016

By: Cat Martin, Contributing Writer On Jan. 6, Wofford football released the schedule for the 2016 season. The team opens their season on Sept. 1 at Tennessee Tech University. The terriers ended the 2015...

Ashes spread at Snyder Field to remember alumnus

Ashes spread at Snyder Field to remember alumnus

Katie Sanders December 8, 2015

By: Katie Sanders, Staff Writer Class of ’72 alumnus Randall Bringman had his ashes scattered on Snyder Field during halftime of the homecoming football game earlier this fall. Bringman was a kicker...

Brad Butler runs through the defense. He and the rest of the team hope to finish the season strong. Photo courtesy of Mark Olencki.

State of the quarterbacks: just fine

Contributing Writer November 3, 2015

By: Kyle Hofmann, Contributing Writer With seven games gone, and now in the heart of conference play, the Terriers have yet to settle on one starting quarterback. There have been grumblings among fans...

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