|Founded||March 10, 1994
|Mission statement||The mission of Sigma Alpha Epsilon is to promote the highest standards of friendship, scholarship, and service for our members based upon the ideals set forth by our Founders and as specifically enunciated in "The True Gentleman."|
|Headquarters||1856 Sheridan Road
Waco, Texas, United States
SAE Manmouth is a longstanding annual flag football game that is hosted by Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at Baylor University. Every year the fraternity chooses another fraternity to play. If the invitation is accepted, the two fraternities face off on campus. It is an open event.
Manmouth was founded in 1994 by Sigma Alpha Epsilon and played their first annual game on March 10, 1994 against the Sigma Chi fraternity. Over the years, SAE played fraternities such as Phi Gamma Delta, Delta Tau Delta, and Phi Delta Theta.
The name "Manmouth" was chosen for the event as a play on words of the annual joint mixer held by Kappa Kappa Gamma and Pi Beta Phi on collegiate campuses around the nation. The event is called Monmouth.
- 2014 - SAE vs Delta Tau Delta - 48-0
- 2013 - SAE vs Phi Delta Theta - 14-0
- 2012 - SAE vs Delta Tau Delta - 14-6
- 2011 - SAE vs Phi Gamma Delta
- 2010 - SAE vs Phi Gamma Delta
- 2009 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- 2008 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- 2007 - SAE vs Delta Tau Delta
- 2006 - SAE vs Delta Tau Delta
- 2005 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- 2004 - SAE vs Phi Gamma Delta
- 2003 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- 2002 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- 2001 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- 2000 - SAE vs Phi Gamma Delta
- 1999 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- 1998 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- 1997 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- 1996 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- 1995 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- 1994 - SAE vs Sigma Chi
- "Baylor University || Baylor Calendar || University Calendar | SAE/FIJI Manmouth Football Game". Baylor.edu. Retrieved 2012-05-16.