A new era in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) begins today as the conference kicks off a nine-game football schedule for the first time in its history. Last April, the NESCAC Presidents voted to support converting the annual scrimmage each school played into a regular-season game.
Next Tuesday night (Sep. 5), Gillette Stadium - home of the New England Patriots - will be the site for the 3rd Annual Tufts Football Kickoff Event. During the festivities, the Jumbo football program and the Friends of Tufts Football will present the inaugural John Baronian Distinguished Jumbo Football Award to John Casey, Tufts' assistant athletics director and head baseball coach. He is also a former Jumbo football player and assistant coach.
The New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) will implement round-robin scheduling in the sport of football beginning with the 2017 season. The NESCAC Presidents voted to support converting the annual scrimmage each school plays into a regular season game.
The Tufts University Football team enjoyed one of its most successful seasons in 2016. Head Coach Jay Civetti's Jumbos finished 7-1 and were led by record-breaking running back Chance Brady. Former player Evan Anthony documented the team all season and produced this highlight video ...
For the first time in the 12 seasons that D3football.com has been releasing All-Region teams, Tufts University has two players on the 2016 All-East squad as senior running back Chance Brady and sophomore cornerback Tim Preston were recognized.
Senior running back Chance Brady of the Tufts University football team was unanimously selected as the recipient of the New England Football Writers Association (NEFWA) Division II-III Gold Helmet Award for the 2016 season.
The Gridiron Club of Greater Boston will bestow its New England Division III Player and Coach of the Year honors to Tufts University senior running back Chance Brady and head coach Jay Civetti at its upcoming college awards night.
After capping his Tufts University football career with an historic performance at Middlebury College on Saturday (Nov. 12), senior running back Chance Brady has been selected as the recipient of this week’s New England Football Writers' Association (NEFWA) Gold Helmet, sponsored by the Jack Grinold Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football Foundation.