Usually when the punter is noticed on the football field, it’s not a good thing. The opposite held true for Elon University sophomore punter David Petroni in the team’s Oct.
Trailing by 15 points at halftime, the Elon University football team was off to a familiar start against Towson University Nov.
Just three days after being knocked out of the game with an arm injury, senior quarterback Mike Quinn was back at practice for the Elon University football team, throwing passes and taking part in drills just like any other Tuesday. Though the injury that Quinn suffered on the second series of Elon’s Oct.
A structure without a solid foundation will crumble. The offensive line on a football team is a structure like any other.
The University of Richmond’s offense, working like a well-oiled machine through its first seven games this season, stayed on track with a 30-10 win against Elon University Oct.
Seeking its first win in over a month, the Elon University football team will host No. 16 University of Richmond on Oct.
“Defense wins championships” is a saying that has always echoed throughout sports. But sometimes a little offense wins games. The Elon University football team has struggled to put points on the board in its inaugural season as members in the Colonial Athletic Association. The Phoenix offense has found it difficult to execute drives that produce touchdowns and hasn’t been able to reinforce the valiant efforts put forth by the defense.
Tre Lennon isn’t difficult to pick out among the Elon University football receivers. Amid a group of shorter guys known for their speed, Lennon sticks out as a tall, lanky option with his 6-foot-3-inch, 174-pound build.
Ask any competitive athlete what the key component is in gaining the competitive edge in sports, and the answer will most likely fall along the lines of strength and staying injury-free. That’s precisely the philosophy that head strength and conditioning coach Ryan Horton is implementing for Elon University athletes. Horton is in the midst of his first season as the head of the strength and conditioning program at Elon.
It’s one thing when you know exactly what to expect of your opponent. It’s another when you're not able to excel against it. The Elon University football team knew what to expect out of Stony Brook University Oct.
It was an unhappy homecoming for Elon Saturday afternoon as the Phoenix failed to score a touchdown for the third time in seven games this year.
An Elon University offense shaped by inconsistency and lack of touchdowns will have its hands full this Saturday. The Phoenix will be tasked with going against the nation’s top defense in the Stony Brook Seawolves in Colonial Athletic Association competition at 1:30 p.m.
Before the season began, the Elon University football team’s Oct. 18 date with Stony Brook University looked like a potential break in a schedule filled with proven national powers. Stony Brook is in just its second year in the Colonial Athletic Association (Elon is in its first). It’s homecoming.
The Elon University football team surged with 21 second-half points but was unable to break through in a 34-24 road loss to the University of Delaware in Colonial Athletic Association action on Saturday, Oct.
After dropping consecutive games to No. 3 Coastal Carolina University and No.
When Rich Skrosky accepted the head coaching position at Elon University in December, he was returning to a familiar program — he was an assistant there from 2006-to-2010. Skrosky brought with him various assistant coaches he knew previously, as well as one player from Ball State University, who no one knew much about at the time: Chris Blair. Blair used his redshirt year last year at Ball State before transferring to Elon with Skrosky.
The Elon University football team received a rough welcome into the Colonial Athletic Association from the University of New Hampshire Oct.
There was a ceremonial feeling in the air around Rhodes Stadium on Saturday afternoon as Elon prepared to kick off its inaugural game in the Colonial Athletic Association.
After suffering a 31-3 loss at the hands of No.
With the uncharted waters of the Colonial Athletic Association approaching, a trip to play Coastal Carolina University served as a measuring stick for the Elon University football team and first-year head coach Rich Skrosky. After the game, it seems the main area of focus is an offense that’s failed to score touchdowns in two of four games, keeping what’s been a stout defense on the field too long. Elon (1-3) couldn’t capitalize on three turnovers and two missed field goals in a 31-3 loss to No.