McDaniel College is a private four-year liberal arts college in Westminster, Maryland. It was established in 1867 and until 2002 was known as Western Maryland College. The name of the college did not reflect the geographic placement of the school as it is not located in the western part of the state. Instead it was named for the Western Maryland Railroad, which it shared some common board members.
Another football season is starting soon, with the way too long NFL preseason already underway. Here at Stadium Journey we are ready for this busy time and consider it to be one of our busiest stretches of the year. Let’s take a look at the things we are looking for this season.
Franklin & Marshall College (“F&M”) is a private college in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was Established in 1787. The school was originally named for Benjamin Franklin, but in 1836 it was merged with a college named for the fourth Chief Justice of the United States John Marshall. Famous alumni include Roy Scheider, Treat Williams, and the late Commissioner of Baseball, Bowie Kuhn.
When it comes to college football at the Division III level, few teams have had as much success in recent years as the Texas Lutheran University Bulldogs. Located near the flowing Guadalupe River in Seguin, Texas, Texas Lutheran first fielded a football team in 1912. In the one hundred-plus years since, they have become perennial powers on the gridiron, most recently in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference.
The Pirates returned to the field in 2013 as part of the Division III American Southwest Conference. They have set up home at Bernard Birkelbach Field at the Georgetown ISD Athletic Complex, one of the best high school stadiums in the area. Both good and bad, that is the key thing to remember about attending a Pirates game.