Championship Game Preview

Live Stats | Live Video WEST POINT, N.Y. – As has been the case more often than not, the final week of the 2015 CSFL season comes down to a battle between perennial powers Army West Point and Navy to decide the league title. This year’s game will be played at 2 p.m. at West Point Saturday. Army is already assured of at least a share of the league title, but the Black Knights would rather win it outright and complete the perfect season. Navy, which has one loss entering the weekend, can earn a share of the title with a win, but cannot win the title outright. To no surprise, Saturday’s game will feature the two best teams in the league as Army and Navy have dominated in 2015, ranking first a

Week 6 Review

Week six of the CSFL season was highlighted by a double overtime game between Army West Point and Penn, in which the Black Knights narrowly remained undefeated and kept their hopes of an outright league title alive with a 16-13 victory at home. Navy took over control of second place in the league standings with a 35-14 win at home over Cornell. Mansfield scored a 27-0 shutout victory over Post and Franklin Pierce exploded offensively for a 45-7 victory over Chestnut Hill to round out the week six action. Week six marked the second to last week of the season with just one week of action left on the schedule. Army will host Navy Saturday, Oct. 31 in the marquee game of the year that will once

Week 5 Review

Week five of the CSFL season saw another shutout victory for Army West Point, a comeback win from Penn, a road victory by Navy and a home win for Cornell. The big news from the week was a school record fifth consecutive shutout by the Army defense in a 24-0 win at Franklin Pierce. The Black Knights have allowed zero points through five weeks of the season. Navy returned to its winning ways with a 21-0 shutout on the road at Post. Cornell defeated Princeton, which flashed some signs of an improving offense, 52-18 at home. The closest game of the week happened in Philadelphia Friday night when Penn had to rally back to defeat Mansfield 16-13. The week five Players of the Week are below. WEEK 5

Week 4 Review

Week four was a rough week to have a home game in the CSFL. All four teams that hosted a game in week four came away with a loss, including one of the biggest upsets in the last decade of the league as Franklin Pierce pulled off an 18-16 upset on the road at Navy. When the dust settled from the week, Army emerged in the driver’s seat after another convincing win. The Black Knights have still not allowed a single point through four games. Penn went on the road and took care of business at Cornell to improve to 3-1 in CSFL action and move up to second in the league standings. Chestnut Hill rallied in a back-and-forth affair and came away with a narrow win at Post. The week four Players of the

Week 3 Review

Five teams entered week three of the CSFL season without a loss, but only two emerged after the week with unblemished records. To no surprise those two are once again Army West Point and Navy. The Mids had to fight off a tough Penn team and came away with a 29-14 victory, while Army West Point continued its defensive domination with another shutout in a win over Cornell. The Black Knights have yet to allow a single point yet this year in three victories. Mansfield put a damper on the storybook start to Chestnut Hill’s new sprint football program with a 22-6 victory on the road and Franklin Pierce scored its first win of the year in dominant fashion, defeating Post 38-0. WEEK 3 PLAYERS OF THE

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