Headed by Director of Football Sport Performance Robert Gilmartin, the Columbia Football Strength and Conditioning program focuses on developing strength, flexibility, power, speed and change of direction in all of its student-athletes. Gilmartin and his staff of Darius Ducre and Frank Lisante have three core principles: 1. Improve performance, 2. Prevent injury and 3. Improve physical and mental toughness as individuals and as a team.
For the seventh consecutive year, the Columbia Football team will show off the strength and conditioning work that they have done in the offseason for a great cause.
The 2017 Lions are primed to continue moving up the Ivy League ladder in year three under Head Coach Al Bagnoli.
Junior quarterback Anders Hill threw for 197 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score as Columbia completed its 12-practice spring schedule with its annual Buffalo Wild Wings Spring Football Game Saturday at Robert K. Kraft Field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium.
On Friday, Columbia Director of Football Sport Performance Robert Gilmartin handed out his Iron Lion strength and conditioning awards for Spring 2017. All players underwent testing during spring football.
Everything you need to know about Saturday's Columbia Spring Football Game. Complete preview on which players to watch, which players will be sidelined and entire preview of each position group on the field. Kickoff is at Noon at Robert K. Kraft Field.
Columbia University released its future football schedules through the year 2022, Patricia and Shepard Alexander Head Coach of Football Al Bagnoli announced on Wednesday.
Columbia Football completed practice session No. 10 of spring drills as the Lions went through a two-hour workout on Tuesday at Robert K. Kraft Field. Weather conditions were 75 degrees and sunny.
Columbia Football completed practice No. 9 of spring drills on Sunday as the Lions went through a two-hour live outdoor 60-play scrimmage at Robert K. Kraft Field. Temperature was a beautiful 64 degrees and sunny.
Columbia Football completed practice No. 8 of spring drills Friday as the Lions went through a two-hour outdoor practice at Robert K. Kraft Field. Temperature was 48 degrees with partly cloudy skies.
Week three of Columbia Football spring drills began on Tuesday with a two-hour Lion practice outdoors at Robert K. Kraft Field. Temperature was 46 degrees with on and off rain. It was the seventh full practice of the spring.
The Columbia Football team practiced in pads for the second time this spring during a two-hour session inside its air-supported Bubble at Baker on Friday afternoon. Outside, temperatures were 41 degrees with constant rain. It was the third full practice of the spring that the Lions decided to utilize their brand-new, heated indoor practice facility.