• Wood scores twice in 35-27 loss at Pacific
    October 14, 2017
    Vance Wood scored twice and Dustin Harrison led all players with 129 receiving yards, but the Puget Sound football team lost at Pacific, 35-27, Saturday afternoon.
  • Loggers bound for Forest Grove for bout with Boxers
    October 11, 2017
    A top-three Northwest Conference standing is on the line when the Puget Sound football team kicks off at Pacific on Saturday, Oct. 14, at 1 p.m. Both teams are 1-1 in the NWC, and Saturday’s victor will come out of the weekend in at least a tie for the third-best in-conference record.
  • Loggers celebrate '67 football team, Green & Gold era
    October 10, 2017
    The Puget Sound athletic department paid a special homage to the 1967 Logger football team during Homecoming and Family Weekend.
  • Diebold leads Loggers to victory, named Logger of the Week
    October 09, 2017
    Senior Tanner Diebold totaled 344 yards during the Puget Sound football team’s 35-13 win over Lewis & Clark, and the quarterback was subsequently named the Logger Club Logger of the Week.
  • Loggers deliver on Homecoming and topple Pioneers, 35-13
    October 07, 2017
    anner Diebold threw for 318 yards and two touchdowns and the Logger defense came away with three interceptions as the Puget Sound football team toppled Lewis & Clark, 35-13, in Baker Stadium during Homecoming and Family Weekend on Saturday afternoon.
  • Loggers welcome Lewis & Clark for Homecoming game
    October 05, 2017
    The Puget Sound football team welcomes Lewis & Clark to Baker Stadium for the Loggers’ Homecoming and Family Weekend contest on Saturday, Oct. 7. The Northwest Conference matchup kicks off at 1 p.m.
  • Loggers fall to rival Lutes, 23-13
    September 30, 2017
    Early self-inflicted wounds were too much for the Puget Sound football team to overcome as the Loggers lost at Pacific Lutheran, 23-13, in Sparks Stadium Saturday afternoon.
  • Loggers, Lutes continue storied rivalry Saturday
    September 27, 2017
    Crosstown rivals collide in Puyallup, Washington, when Pacific Lutheran hosts the Puget Sound football team in Sparks Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 30. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. It is the first Northwest Conference game of the season for both teams.
  • You've never seen a Rubik's Cube race like this
    Puget Sound senior Jared Polonitza in a Rubik's Cube race against Puget Sound freshman -- Jared Polonitza.
  • SAAC raises $1,500 for hurricane relief
    September 12, 2017
    The Puget Sound Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) raised more than $1,500 for hurricane relief with a rummage sale this past weekend. SAAC will donate the proceeds to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief.
  • Diebold, Blakely receive Northwest Conference weekly honors
    September 12, 2017
    The Puget Sound football team dominated both sides of the ball during its 61-6 win over Occidental (Sept. 9), and the Northwest Conference took notice.
  • 41-point third quarter leads to big win over Occidental
    September 09, 2017
    A historic third quarter launched the Puget Sound football team to a 61-6 victory over Occidental in the Loggers’ first home game of the 2017 season in Baker Stadium.
  • Back to Baker: Logger football returns home this Saturday
    September 06, 2017
    Fans can anticipate a high-scoring duel when the Puget Sound football team opens its home schedule in Baker Stadium against Occidental on Saturday, Sept. 9, at 1 p.m.
  • Loggers' comeback bid falls short in season-opener at La Verne
    September 02, 2017
    Senior quarterback Tanner Diebold threw for 322 yards in his first-career start for the Puget Sound football team, but the Loggers could not fully climb out of an early deficit in a season-opening loss at La Verne, 33-25, on Saturday afternoon.
  • Logger football begins 2017 season at La Verne
    August 31, 2017
    The Puget Sound football team kicks off the 2017 season at La Verne on Saturday, Sept. 2, at 1 p.m. The Loggers aim for both their fourth consecutive opening-week victory, and their fourth-straight win over the Leopards.
  • 2017 Logger football emphasizes leadership, accountability
    August 22, 2017
    The 2017 Puget Sound football team has many new roles not just on the field, but off the field, as well. While student-athletes get acclimated to new positions or increased playing time, there's a new sense of leadership for the Loggers.
  • Welcome to Puget Sound, Class of 2021
    August 18, 2017
    Puget Sound student-athletes helped new students move in on Friday.
  • Robin Hamilton, Puget Sound's Associate Director of Athletics, to retire after 32 years with the Loggers
    August 02, 2017
    Robin Hamilton, a longtime member of the Puget Sound athletics department, has announced her retirement effective September 1, 2017, after 32 years with the Loggers. She joined the Puget Sound athletics staff in 1985, andhas been the Loggers Associate Director of Athletics since 2001. Prior to her senior administrative appointment, Hamilton was the Sports Media Relations Director and Head Softball Coach.
  • Puget Sound earns 111 NWC Scholar-Athletes
    August 01, 2017
    Puget Sound earned 111 Northwest Conference Scholar-Athlete honors, the NWC announced Tuesday. Meghan Bacher '17 and Hans Fortune '17 both earned NWC First Team Scholar-Athlete nods. In order to qualify, NWC Scholar-Athletes must have a minimum 3.50 cumulative GPA.
  • Jackson nominated for AFCA Good Works Team
    July 20, 2017
    Puget Sound incoming junior Dwight Jackson was nominated for the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Allstate Good Works Team. The Logger football program earned a nomination for the fourth consecutive year: Brett Pilling '17 (2016), Misha Gordon '16 (2015), Max Mirande '15 (2014).
  • New Puget Sound smartphone wallpaper and lock screens
    July 06, 2017
    Update your smartphone with the newest Logger wallpaper and lock screens!
  • Diebold shares final thoughts on trip to China
    May 30, 2017
    As a crew, we were said when we woke up this morning and boarded the plane in Shanghai headed back to Seattle. As I look back and reflect on this past week, I realize that it truly was an experience of a lifetime, and we are all so blessed to have the opportunity to take part in such an amazing trip.
  • Maday shares behind-the-scenes look at Loggers' win in Shanghai
    May 26, 2017
    During this trip we've seen some of the most amazing things we will ever see in our lives. From the Great Wall to the Forbidden City, we've seen things we will never forget. We came to China for two reasons: cultural education, and to help show how American Football should be played. This is how I saw the game, even though I didn't play.
  • Registration is open for 2017 Little Loggers Camp
    The 2017 Little Loggers Camp is July 10-13. Register today!
  • From Beijing to Shanghai, the Max Richman story
    May 24, 2017
    We had an early morning as we had to drop our bags off at the hotel lobby by 6:15 a.m., and we left for the train station at 7 a.m. On the way to the Beijing train station, we were given a history lesson on the importance of the Grand Canal in Beijing. At 1,100 miles long, the Grand Canal is the longest canal in the world, 20 times the length of Panama Canal. An impressive feat for a canal built 1,500 years ago.
  • Johnson, Loggers embrace Chinese tradition
    May 23, 2017
    So far I've had a great time in Beijing, and I'm very thankful that I got the opportunity to come here.
  • Wiley, Loggers visit 2008 Summer Olympics sites
    May 22, 2017
    Visiting China has been a phenomenal experience, and I'm very fortunate and grateful for the opportunity!
  • Zabran and teammates learn and practice a new language
    May 19, 2017
    From the moment we got on the bus, it feels we have been the center of attention at every location. It was crazy to see the sense of curiosity and awe in the eyes of the locals as we explored Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Everywhere we went people stopped what they were doing to turn and look at us. Many of them tried to sneak pictures of us. We could tell when pictures were being taken and we would pose for them, which the locals loved and laughed at. Most of the time the locals walked up to us and point to one of their friends / family members holding a phone, which is their way of communicating that they want a picture. I wonder what they do with all the photos they take with us.
  • Blair, Loggers learn from Iowa in China
    May 18, 2017
    After a long day of travel, a nice family style dinner, and good night of sleep, the anticipation of the first full day was high. We all filed into breakfast at different times, each with differing levels of expectations, but the same level of excitement. After a crash course in Mandarin from our fearless tour guide named Iowa (yes, like the state), a few student-athletes wanted to try their hand in speaking the native language. A couple of football players trying to speak a new language in a new country after a quick lesson on a bus, that went about as well as you would expect it. After breakfast, we hopped in the bus and were off to Tiananmen Square, and the Forbidden City.
  • Washam shares early experiences of the trip to China
    May 17, 2017
    Max Washam is one of 27 Puget Sound football student-athletes traveling to China (May 15-23), where the Loggers will learn the culture, lead youth football clinics, and compete against the Shanghai Knights (2017 American Football League of China Champions). Washam shares the Loggers' early portion of the trip to China.
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