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Update on Columbia Football - February 12, 2013

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          Release: 02/12/2013
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Update on Columbia Football

There will be an update on Columbia Football on gocolumbialions.com released every Tuesday evening in 2013.  The features will include updates on the team's off-season workouts, dates to remember and other team information that will keep you in the know about the Columbia Football program!

 

THE TEAM AWARDS BANQUET

This Saturday is the Columbia Football Awards Banquet, honoring the seniors class of 2013 in Low Library at 5 p.m.  Head Coach Pete Mangurian will give a number of team awards, including, but not limited to:

-       Phil Fusco Award

-       John J. Cirigliano Ironman Award

-       Lou Little Coaches Most Improved Award

-       Maniatty - Remmer Unsung Hero Award

-       Ken Germann Freshman Award

-       Special Teams Award

-       Sid Luckman Most Valuable Player Award

 

Here are some other dates for you to mark on your calendar:

March 7, 2013                   Columbia Football Gold Dinner

Thursday, 7:00pm                     

 

May 4, 2013                      Final Spring Ball Practice

Saturday                          Robert K. Kraft Field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium

 

May 6, 2013                      Columbia Football Golf Outing

Monday                            Hackensack Country Club, Hackensack, NJ

 

RIGHT ON SCHEDULE

We are excited to announce the 2013 Columbia Football Schedule! The new opponent for 2013 is Monmouth, who will be coming to Lawrence A. Wien Stadium on September 28.

The Lions have road games at Fordham, Princeton, Dartmouth, Yale  and Cornell, while hosting Monmouth, Lehigh, Penn, Harvard and Brown.

It's never too early to plan for next season!

9/21

at Fordham

TBD

9/28

Monmouth

TBD

10/5

at Princeton *

TBD

10/12

Lehigh

TBD

10/19

Penn *

TBD

10/26

at Dartmouth *

TBD

11/2

at Yale *

TBD

11/9

Harvard *

TBD

11/16

at Cornell *

TBD

11/23

Brown *

TBD

FINAL NUMBERS

As the final Ivy League Football release noted, some Columbia performances were amongst the League's best.

Marcorus Garrett's 86-yard rush vs. Cornell was the Ivy League's best individual rushing play this season, while Garrett's 186-yard performance vs. the Big Red was the third best Ivy League single-game performance of the year. Garrett's four 100-yard rushing games ranked second in the Ivy League.

Sean Brackett's 33 completions vs. Yale ranked second in the Ivy League for a single game.  Brackett finished his career ranked 11th all-time in Ivy League play with 46 passing touchdowns, fifth in total offense with 7.470 and 10th in passing yards with 6,237.

Alec Fisher's 30-yard punt return vs. Yale was a single-game League best, and Josh Martin's three sacks vs. Cornell was also a League single-game high.

Will Patterson had the most tackles for a loss vs. Princeton with four, while Connor Nelligan had the second-most 100-yard receiving games in the Ivy League.

 

HONORING DAT DUDE

On February 7th, Marcellus Wiley was honored at the Ivy Football Association Dinner.  Columbia Athletics hosted a fantastic reception before the dinner and alums from all over the country came back to New York for the occasion.

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