2016 Football Season Recap
February 23, 2017 Under the direction of first-year head coach Joe DuPaix, the Southern Virginia University football program saw its first season-opening win since 2007, two players given Rookie of the Year honors and a homecoming win over conference opponent William Paterson University during the 2016 season.
Five Knights Honored by NJAC
November 18, 2016 The New Jersey Athletic Conference today announced the 2016 All-Conference Team, naming Ty Jones as a co-offensive rookie of the year, and Neil Davis as defensive rookie of the year. Anthony Siilata, Marcos Garcia and Mitch Orme were named as honorable mentions.
Football Falls in Season Finale
November 12, 2016 The Southern Virginia University football team fell to Christopher Newport, on the road in their final game of the season Saturday afternoon, 41-0.
Knights Host TCNJ
November 03, 2016 The Knights host The College of New Jersey in the final home game of the year.
Cougars Down Knights
October 29, 2016 The Southern Virginia football team suffered a big loss at Kean University this weekend, falling to the Cougars 32-3.
Football Heads to Kean
October 27, 2016 Southern Virginia football looks for it's third win of the season as the team heads to Kean University.
Jones and Orme Named NJAC Rookies of the Week
October 26, 2016 Southern Virginina football's Ty Jones and Mitch Orme were named New Jersey Athletic Conference offensive and defensive rookies of the week, after their performances during the Knights' 26-17 homecoming win on Saturday over William Paterson.
Ty Jones Leads Knights to Homecoming Win
October 22, 2016 The Southern Virginia football team earned their first New Jersey Athletic Conference win of the year over William Paterson University, forcing six turnovers in the 26-17 win.
Football Topped by Montclair State
October 08, 2016 The Southern Virginia football team fell 17-0 on the road to New Jersey Athletic Conference opponent Montclair State University.
Wesley Tops Southern Virginia
October 01, 2016 The Southern Virginia University football team fell 63-9 to Wesley College Saturday afternoon in New Jersey Athletic Conference action.
Football Hosts Wesley College
September 30, 2016 Southern Virginia football hosts Wesley College on Saturday at The Fields. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. EST.
Football Falls at Frostburg
September 17, 2016 The Southern Virginia football team fell 24-7 in its conference opener at Frostburg State University on Saturday.
Two Knights Receive NJAC Weekly Honors
September 08, 2016 The New Jersey Athletic Conference this week announced the recipients of week one’s players of the week, naming Neil Davis the defensive player of the week and Keenan Galeai offensive rookie of the week.
DuPaix and Knights Win Campaign Opener
September 03, 2016 In his first game at the helm of the Southern Virginia football program, Coach Joe DuPaix and his rushing offense led the Knights to a 28-18 victory at Earlham College.
2016 NJAC Football Coaches’ Poll
August 09, 2016 The New Jersey Athletic Conference today released the 2016 preseason football coaches’ poll, where the Knights were picked for a tenth-place finish by the head coaches.
2016 Football Schedule Released
May 05, 2016 Southern Virginia head football coach Joe DuPaix, who assumed his position in January, released the 2016 football schedule on Thursday afternoon.
Two Former NFL Players Named to Football Staff
February 26, 2016 Southern Virginia University’s head football coach Joe DuPaix announced the hiring of four new coaches on Friday naming Mike Rigell, Toniu Fonoti, Edwin Mulitalo, and Patrick Hofmann to his staff.
Danny DuPaix Named Assistant Head Coach
February 23, 2016 Southern Virginia football head coach Joe DuPaix announced today that Danny DuPaix, brother of Coach DuPaix, will serve as the Knights' assistant head coach and running backs coach.
Sam Mellor Named to Stars and Stripes Team
December 09, 2015 Southern Virginia defensive lineman Sam Mellor was named to the Global Football Stars and Stripes team on Wednesday. This year Southern Virginia is one of 27 NCAA D-III schools represented.