Under the direction of Head Coach Erik Ieuter, the Muskingum football team will look to build on their solid season last fall. The Muskies kick-off their 2022 campaign when they travel to take on Ferrum in nonconference action.
Muskingum football Head Coach Erik Ieuter has announced the selection of the captains for the 2022 season.
Muskingum Football Head Coach Erik Ieuter has announced the 2022 Muskingum fall schedule. All Muskie home games will be played at Sherman Field at the Bullock Health and Wellness Complex.
The Ohio Athletic Conference has named eight Muskingum football student-athletes to the Academic All-OAC Honor Roll.
Muskingum Football Head Coach Erik Ieuter has announced 13 postseason awards that were presented to 11 student-athletes on the team. Team members voted on the awards.
The Ohio Athletic Conference has announced that five Muskingum football student-athletes have earned All-OAC honors for their outstanding play during the 2021 season.
Muskingum junior wide receiver Zuri Edmondson was recognized on the national level for his record-setting performance in the Muskies’ 46-27 win at Capital by being named to the D3football.com Team of the Week.
The Ohio Athletic Conference has named senior quarterback Jordan Garrett Offensive Player of the Week for his record-breaking performance in a 46-27 win at Capital.
Senior quarterback Jordan Garrett and junior receiver Zuri Edmondson recorded historic performances to help lead Muskingum to a 46-27 season-finale win at Capital on Saturday.
The Muskingum football team travels to Ohio Athletic Conference foe Capital on Saturday, November 13. The season-finale contest is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. in Bernlohr Stadium.
The Muskingum football team fell at fourth-ranked Mount Union on Saturday afternoon, 73-7.
The Muskingum football team hosted Ohio Athletic Conference foe Heidelberg on Saturday for Senior Day. The Student Princes handed the Muskies a 49-14 setback.
1 Day until Football!
Football back in the lab!
Muskingum Football Head Coach Erik Ieuter joined the Muskie Sports Network to talk about the fall season that saw the Muskies record their first five-win season since 2003 and first upper-half finish in the Ohio Athletic Conference since 2009.
Muskingum volleyball, women's soccer, football, men's soccer, and cross country never stopped grinding.
Football understood the assignment!
Final business trip of the season.
Football routs Wilmington en route to scoring most points since 1960.
Muskingum uses late scoring drive to win an electrifying game against ONU.
Football was locked in for its week one win against Waynesburg.
The Muskingum Athletic Department kicked off the semester with the annual Student-Athlete Welcome Back. The event included messages from VP/AD Steve Brockelbank, University President Susan Hasseler, keynote speaker Laurie Deal ‘93, and also included the letter jacket ceremony. #DefendTheM
Muskingum Football Head Coach Erik Ieuter joined the Muskie Sports Network to talk about preseason camp.
The Grind Doesn't Stop!