Football finished 2-8 in head coach Al Bagnoli’s first season in Morningside Heights, highlighted by a 26-3 home win over Wagner to snap a then-24-game losing streak, the second longest in program history.
Football wrapped up spring practice last Saturday as the Lions scrimmaged amongst themselves in pads for the final time until summer’s training camp.
William Campbell, CC ’62, TC ’64, died on Monday at the age of 75.
Campbell had most recently chaired the Columbia board of trustees from 2005 to 2014 before being succeeded by Jonathan Schiller, CC ’69, Law ’73, that summer.
Chad Washington bounces between tackling dummies on a brisk day in March on the Fordham practice field, as a stout man in a Philadelphia Eagles hat barks, “Get to the outside!”
While the dust has yet to settle after National Signing Day on Feb. 3, Columbia football looks to have emerged with a promising class of 2020.
Columbia's streak-breaking 16-13 win over Princeton in 1988 is forever etched into the mind of former head coach Larry McElreavy. But according to the 69-year old, at the time he never felt the need to mention the 44-game losing streak to his team.
The Committee on Concussions looks to minimize concussions to keep student-athletes in the classroom and on the field.
The Lions head coach is scouring the country and competing with FBS teams for top recruits.