1995 Wagner Seahawks football
ECAC–IFC Division I-AA Bowl, L 20–44 vs. Duquesne
ConferenceIndependent
Record8–2
Head coach
Defensive coordinatorAndy Bobik (1st season)
Home stadiumWagner College Stadium
Seasons
← 1994
1996 →
1995 NCAA Division I-AA independents football standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T W   L   T
No. 3 Troy State ^     11 1 0
No. 9 Hofstra ^     10 1 0
Saint Mary's     8 2 0
Wagner     8 2 0
Hampton     8 3 0
Liberty     8 3 0
Monmouth     7 3 0
Jacksonville State     7 4 0
Samford     7 4 0
Robert Morris     6 4 0
Towson     6 4 0
UCF     6 5 0
UAB     5 6 0
Wofford     4 7 0
Buffalo     3 8 0
Youngstown State     3 8 0
Central Connecticut     2 8 0
Western Kentucky     2 8 0
Davidson     1 8 1
Charleston Southern     1 10 0
Saint Francis     0 10 0
  • ^ – NCAA Division I-AA playoff participant
Rankings from The Sports Network poll

The 1995 Wagner Seahawks football team represented Wagner College in the 1995 NCAA Division I-AA football season. This year was the team's final season as an NCAA Division I-AA independent program before transitioning to being a member of the Northeast Conference (NEC). The Seahawks were led by 15th-year head coach Walt Hameline and played their home games at Wagner College Stadium. They finished the season 8–2 and lost in the ECAC–IFC Division I-AA Bowl to Duquesne.

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
September 16Stony BrookW 28–27
September 23Towson State
  • Wagner College Stadium
  • Staten Island, NY
W 23-15
September 29at Saint Peter'sW 28–24
October 7Saint Francis (PA)
  • Wagner College Stadium
  • Staten Island, NY
W 38–21
October 14at Robert Morris
L 16–18
October 21Iona
  • Wagner College Stadium
  • Staten Island, NY
W 42–0
October 28Central Connecticut State
  • Wagner College Stadium
  • Staten Island, NY
W 40–35
November 4at MonmouthW 21–20
November 11at San DiegoW 21–17
November 18at Duquesne
L 20–44

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References

  1. ^ "2019 Wagner College Seahawks Football Media Guide" (PDF). Issuu. Wagner Seahawks Athletics. p. 89. Retrieved May 18, 2020.