Twelve individual awards were presented and a 30-member senior class was recognized by Patricia and Shepard Alexander Head Coach of Football Al Bagnoli as Columbia University and the Columbia Football Players Club hosted its annual 2017 football awards banquet Saturday evening at Low Library. Former Columbia football star and current New York Jets linebacker Joshua Martin ‘13CC served as emcee.
Sponsored by the Columbia Football Players Club, the Columbia Football program will celebrate its outstanding 2017 football season with its annual awards banquet Saturday evening at Low Library. Columbia football standout and current New York Jets linebacker Josh Martin '13CC will serve as emcee for the event.
Columbia University senior football players Anders Hill and Chris Schroer were named to the 20th annual Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association ll-Star Team, the organization announced Friday. Additionally, Schroer was selected as a national finalist for the 17th annual FCS ADA $5,000 Postgraduate Scholarship.
The Ivy League announced on Monday that its football schedule has been modified to enhance the excitement of the final weekend of the season, with historic regional rivalries closing the seasons for all eight schools. Beginning with the Fall of 2018 season, the schedule will feature exciting regional matchups – Brown vs. Dartmouth, Columbia vs. Cornell, Harvard vs. Yale and Penn vs. Princeton – on the final weekend of play.
Senior running back Chris Schroer was named to the College Sports Information Directors Association Academic All-America Second Team, the organization announced on Thursday. Schroer becomes the 11th football player and 34th all-time Columbia student-athlete to earn Academic All-America honors.
Columbia Head Football Coach Al Bagnoli was named the 2017 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Association FCS Coach of the Year, the organization announced on Thursday morning. In addition, Columbia senior defensive back Cameron Roane and senior punter Parker Thome were both named to the All-ECAC FCS Second Team.
Columbia Football Head Coach Al Bagnoli was named the 2017 American Football Coaches Association FCS Region 1 Coach of the Year, the organization announced on Tuesday morning.
Columbia Football Coach Al Bagnoli was named the 2017 Ivy League Coach of the Year, the league office announced on Tuesday afternoon. The news comes one day after Bagnoli was announced as a finalist for the STATS FCS Eddie Robinson Award, the organization's FCS National Coach of the Year.
Led by four First Team selections—sophomore wide receiver Josh Wainwright, senior defensive back Cameron Roane, senior defensive lineman Lord Hyeamang and senior punter Parker Thome—a school-record 12 Columbia football players earned All-Ivy League football honors, the conference office announced on Tuesday afternoon.
Columbia Football Coach Al Bagnoli was named one of 18 finalists for the STATS FCS Eddie Robinson Award, the organization announced on Monday. The Eddie Robinson Award honors the FCS National Coach of the Year.
Three Columbia football student-athletes—senior running back Chris Schroer, junior safety Ryan Gilbert and sophomore offensive lineman Parker Coogan—were named to the College Sports Information Directors Association Academic All-District One Team, the organization announced. Schroer earned the honor for the second consecutive year.
Columbia scored a touchdown on a blocked punt and blocked a season-high three kicks, sophomore wide receiver Josh Wainwright caught a career-high 13 passes for 127 yards and a touchdown and senior quarterback Anders Hill threw for 179 yards and a score as Columbia finished off its 2017 season with a 24-6 win over Brown Saturday at Robert K. Kraft Field. The game also marked the final contest of the 2017 season and the final game for Columbia's 31-member senior class.