Snow College Announces 2022 Football Schedule

SALT LAKE CITY –Snow College announced its 2022 football schedule Saturday morning as it seeks another run at another NJCAA national title.

After a heartbreaking loss in the NJCAA National Title Game in the spring of 2021 and a 7-1 record in the fall, snow college is ready for another shot with its 2022 football calendar.

The Badgers will open the 2022 season Thursday, August 25 at home against Trinity Valley. Snow College will then hit the road for back-to-back games beginning Saturday, September 3 against the New Mexico Army and Saturday, September 10 against Butler.

After the road trip, Snow returns to Ephraim for back-to-back games, starting with Gila River on Saturday, September 17 and Georgia Military on Saturday, October 1. The Badgers shut out Gila River 63-0 on September 11 and Georgia Military on the road 49-17 on October 2.

The Iowa Western will host Snow on Saturday, Oct. 8 as the Badgers seek revenge on the team that handed them their only loss last season. On Saturday, October 15, Snow College will host ASA Miami at Robert L. Stoddard Field. They beat ASA Miami on the road last season 45-3. Their penultimate road game of the season is Friday, October 21 against Air Force Prep.

Snow’s final two home games of the regular season come in back-to-back weeks, starting Saturday, Oct. 29 against Community Christian Detroit and Saturday, Nov. 12, against Monroe.

They will end their regular season on the road against Lackawanna on Saturday, November 19. Snow beat Lackawanna Community College 51-28 at home last season on Saturday, November 6.

Last season, Snow beat Gordon’s Fine Arts and Sports Academy, Gila River, MTI (McDougle Technical Institute), Georgia Military, ASA Miami, Kilgore and Lackawanna. Their only loss was to Iowa Western, 17-14 at home.

Snow finished the fall 2021 season ranked 5th in the NJCAA national rankings, behind New Mexico Military Institute, Iowa Western, Hutchinson and Northwest Mississippi. They entered the season ranked second in the pre-season standings. The Badgers moved up to No. 1 after Week 1. They stayed at No. 1 until Week 6, when they lost to Iowa Western.

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