ROCKFORD, Ill. - Rockford University safety Dylan Peterson (Reynolds, Ill.) added to his impressive list of accomplishments this season on Tuesday, when he was named Third Team All-North Region by D3football.com.
EUREKA, Ill.- The Rockford University football team (3-7, 2-5 NACC) concluded its season on Saturday with a tough 38-7 defeat at the hands of the 2018 NACC Champion Eureka College Red Devils (9-1, 6-1 NACC).
ROCKFORD, Ill. - Rockford University return specialist Ja'uan Joiner (Phenix City, Ala.) earned yet another award on Tuesday when he was named Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Football Special Teams Student-Athlete of the Week.
ROCKFORD, Ill. - Rockford University sophomore defensive back Ja'uan Joiner (Phenix City, Ala.) was voted the Northern Athletic Collegiate Conference Football Defensive Student-Athlete of the Week for his performance last Saturday at Lakeland University.
The Rockford University football team (2-4, 1-2 NACC) picked up a decisive 37-20 road win on Saturday afternoon against the four-time defending NACC Champion Lakeland University Muskies (1-5, 1-2 NACC).
The Rockford University football program is excited to announce the release of its schedule for the upcoming 2018 season. Overall the schedule appears to be favorable for the Regents with six of their ten games coming at home, including three straight to kickoff the season.
Seven Rockford University football players received postseason recognition from the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference on Monday morning when the NACC released its 2017 all-conference awards. Running back Chance Manning (Durand, Ill.), offensive lineman Austin Miller (Washington, Ill.), tight end Adam Ambrogio (Rockford, Ill.) and punter Alexis Guteirrez (Amboy, Ill.) were each First Team All-NACC selections, while offensive lineman Brandon Bothem (Roscoe, Ill.), defensive lineman Jacob Cremeens (Roscoe, Ill.) and defensive back Dylan Peterson (Reynolds, Ill.) received NACC Honorable Mention status. Rockford's four First Team All-NACC selections are the most in program history, and its seven overall selections are tied for the most in program history.
The Rockford University football team concluded its season with a 57-31 loss on the road to the 2017 NACC Champion Lakeland University Muskies (8-2, 6-0 NACC). Lakeland seized control of the game early on scoring on each of its first four possession to jump out to a commanding 30-0 lead in the second quarter. From that point forward though, the Regents outscored the Muskies 31-27, but it was not enough as Lakeland cruised to a 57-31 victory to secure its fourth straight NACC Championship.
The Rockford University football team stepped out of NACC play for the final time this season on Saturday as the Regents hosted the Kalamazoo College Hornets (1-8) of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The game was highly competitive and close throughout with the largest lead for either team coming at just seven points. Unfortunately it was the Hornets who ultimately came out on top with a 13-6 win.
The Rockford University football team lost a heartbreaker 26-20 on Saturday afternoon to the Concordia University Wisconsin Falcons (2-6, 1-4 NACC). Saturday's game was a tale of two halves as the Regents thoroughly outplayed the Falcons in the first half as they held a decisive 141-9 advantage in rushing yards, but led just 14-7 at the break. The second half half belonged to the Falcons as CUW outscored Rockford 19-6 and forced a pair of Regent turnovers. The two second half turnovers proved to be costly as one came inside the CUW 10-yard line, and the other led directly to 7 Falcon points.
The Rockford University football team lost a heartbreaker on Saturday, 28-21 on the road to the Aurora University Spartans. Although the Regents came up short on the scoreboard, there were numerous positive takeaways from the game. Rockford threw for a season-high 220 yards, which was twice as many passing yards as Aurora. The Regents also possessed the ball for a season-high 33:57, while running a season-high 79 offensive plays. Both of those numbers dwarfed the Spartan's 26:03 of time of possession and 58 total plays. However the difference ultimately was Aurora's ability to create big plays and force turnovers. Rockford turned the ball over in Aurora's territory three times as well as turning the ball over on downs inside the Spartan 10-yard line.