Providence, R.I. - Brown wraps-up a successful 2012 season on Saturday, November 17 against Columbia at Brown Stadium, having already assured itself of a winning season for the fifth straight year. Brown Football will recognize its 28 seniors, who will be playing their final collegiate game, in ceremonies prior to Saturday's game. Brown's Class of 2013 has posted winning seasons in each of its four years at Brown with a 25-14 overall record. The Bears' seniors include: Malcolm Andry, Nathan Bernstein, Dimitrius Burnett, Daniel Casey, Patxi Colbern, AJ Cruz, Patrick Donnelly, Jonah Fay, Stephen Fox, Anthony Franciosi, Jackson Freeman, Alex Harris, Cole Hooper, Jeffrey Izon, Mark Kachmer, Tellef Lundevall, Nate Meyer, Luke Miller, Matt Miller, Ben Noury, Adam Pelzer, John Ryan, Victor Showalter, Jack Templeton, Spiro Theodhosi, Ross Walthall, Reed Watne, and Stephen Zambetti. The Football team will also recognize senior managers Jasmine Meade and Courtney Brown prior to the game.
The Records: Brown (6-3, 3-3 Ivy) earned a 28-24 come-from behind win over Dartmouth in Hanover, NH, sparked by senior quarterback Patrick Donnelly, who threw an 18-yard TD pass to senior Jonah Fay with 1:14 remaining to give Brown the win. Columbia (3-6, 2-4 Ivy) earned a 34-17 win over Cornell for the Empire State Cup on its Senior Day in New York City.
Military Appreciation Day: Brown Athletics, in conjunction with the Brown Football Association, is sponsoring Military Appreciation Day at Brown's football game against Columbia on Saturday, November 17, at Brown Stadium, with kick-off at 12:30 p.m. All branches of the Armed Forces have been invited to participate, with Brown alumni football veterans from all branches serving as honorary captains. Veterans of any branch of service, as well as their friends and families, are eligible for tickets priced at only $5. Tickets can be purchased either in advance at Rhode Island National Guard Offices and the Pizzitola Sports Center, or at the Brown Stadium Ticket Office on game day.
Donnelly Named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week and Gold Helmet Winner: Bears' senior quarterback Patrick Donnelly (Longmeadow, Mass.) was named the Ivy League's Offensive Player of the Week and the New England Football Writers Gold Helmet Award winner as the New England Player of the Week for his four touchdowns in Brown's 28-24 win over Dartmouth. Donnelly ran for two touchdowns (2 and 3 yards) and passed for two more TD's (11 and 18 yards). His 18-yard touchdown pass to senior Jonah Fay with 1:14 remaining capped an 80-yard scoring drive and rallied Brown to the win over the Big Green.
Four Bears Named Capital One CoSida Academic All-District: Brown senior defensive tackle Ross Walthall (Carmel, IN), senior offensive lineman Jack Templeton (Ramsey, NJ), junior linebacker Adewole Oyalowo (Bowie, MD) and junior defensive end Michael Yules (South Dartmouth, MA) have earned First Team Capital One Academic All-District honors, as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), and will now be placed on the national ballot for Academic All-America consideration.
Brown vs. Columbia – 77th Meeting: Brown and Columbia have met 76 times, dating back to 1902, with the Bears holding a 48-26-2 series advantage over the Lions. Last year, Columbia rallied for a 35-28 double overtime victory over the Bears at Wein Stadium. Brown has won 11 of the last 14 games between the two teams, including a 38-16 victory in 2010 at Brown Stadium. Among the most memorable games in the series came in 1995 when Brown rallied from a 27-3 third quarter deficit to score 56 unanswered points to win, 59-27.
- Brown head coach Phil Estes is 11-3 lifetime against Columbia.
- Bears' senior wide receiver Tellef Lundevall (Highland Park, IL) ranks 10th in the nation in receptions with 7.44 per game. He had 17 catches three weeks ago vs. Ivy Champion Penn.
- Brown's defensive unit ranks second in the nation with 8.78 tackles for a loss per game after making 10 vs. Dartmouth. Brown ranks 13th in the nation in rushing defense, allowing 117.44 yards per game, and is 11th in scoring defense with 17.78 points per game allowed.
- Senior cornerback AJ Cruz (Lake Forest, CA) picked off two passes vs. Yale and ranks 13th nationally in interceptions (0.44 per game). His 12 career interceptions rank fourth in the Brown record book.
- Brown offensive line has allowed 1.22 sacks per game, 21st best in the country, while Columbia's defense ranks 7th nationally with 3.11 sacks per game.
Franciosi Steps Up: Senior safety Anthony Franciosi (Easton, MA) registered eight tackles vs. Dartmouth and ranks third on the Brown team with 58 total tackles, including 3.5 for a loss. He stepped up in a big way vs. Rhode Island, making a game-high 12 tackles, including 11 solo hits and one tackle for a loss. Franciosi came back with eight tackles, including two for a loss vs. Princeton, and seven tackles vs. Cornell,
Yules 12th Nationally in Tackles For Loss: Junior defensive end Michael Yules (South Dartmouth, MA) had another big game against Dartmouth with three tackles for a loss of 14 yards, including a five-yard loss with the Big Green at the Bears' one-yard line. He ranks 12th in the nation with 1.38 tackles for a loss per game. Yules was named the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week after he led the Brown defense that held Georgetown to one yard of total offense in the second half and zero first downs after halftime. He had two quarterback sacks for a loss of 13 yards and added another tackle for a loss. He also played a major role in an incredible goal line stand that set the tone for the game. Georgetown had the ball first and goal at the Brown one-inch line. Yules stopped the Hoyas on first down for no gain, and then again on second down for no gain, both times the nose of the ball an inch away from the goal line. Georgetown was held to a field goal.
Donnelly At The Helm: Senior quarterback Patrick Donnelly (Longmeadow, MA) threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more in Brown's 28-24 win over Dartmouth last week. He completed 20 of 32 passes for 233 yards against the Big Green. Against Yale, he threw for 232 yards and two touchdowns. Donnelly passed for 312 yards and a touchdown against Penn, completing 30 of 47 passes, and completed 19 of 26 passes for 189 yards vs. Cornell, while scoring on a 26-yard touchdown run. He ranks third in the Ivy League in both passing yards (228.6 per game), and total offense (238.1 yards per game). He completed 20 of 32 passes for 188 yards and two touchdowns in Brown's win over Georgetown, and threw for 336 yards and three touchdowns (12, 16, 12 yards) against Harvard, completing 27 of 40 passes. Donnelly waited patiently for two years to get his first career starting nod against Holy Cross, and responded by throwing for two touchdowns (38 and 2 yards) and running 10 yards for the game-winning touchdown. Overall, Donnelly completed 24 of 41 passes for 199 yards against the Crusaders. A passing and running threat, Donnelly, who also played basketball at Brown, saw valuable action in 2010, completing 43 of 81 passes for 411 yards and a touchdown, while running for 114 yards.
BROWN PASS COMPLETIONS - CAREER
1. 789 James Perry 97-98-99
2. 520 Jason McCullough 94-95-96
3. 517 Kyle Newhall-Caballero 09-10-11
4. 487 Michael Dougherty 06-07-08
5. 449 Kyle Slager 02-03
5. 401 Joe DiGiacomo 04-05-06
7. 306 Eric Webber 97-98-00
8. 246 Patrick Donnelly 10-11-12
9. 232 Joe Potter 81-82-83
10. 226 Pete Beatrice 72-73-74
Polley Excels In Secondary: Junior corner back Emory Polley (University Heights, OH) intercepted his third pass of the season against Cornell, and ranks second on the Brown team. A two-year starter for the Bears, Polley made eight tackles vs. Penn and has made 25 tackles this season, including 18 solo hits. His 27 tackles this season ranks seventh on the Brown team.
Walthall Among Top Ivy Linemen: Senior tackle and co-captain Ross Walthall (Carmel, IN), who had three tackles for a loss vs. Princeton, ranks among the Ivy leaders with 10.0 tackles for a loss. He came up with several big plays in the Bears' win over URI, finishing with six tackles and 2.5 tackles for a loss, including a key fourth down stop of the Rams in the fourth quarter. He registered two tackles for a loss vs. Harvard and has registered 23 total tackles for the season.
Zambetti 4th In Ivy League Tackles: Senior linebacker Stephen Zambetti (Germantown, TN) made 10 tackles vs. Dartmouth and eight tackles vs. Yale and is Brown's top tackler, with 8.6 tackles per game, fourth best in the Ivy League. He had a big game vs. Princeton with 14 tackles against the Tigers. Zambetti made a game-high 11 tackles vs. Georgetown, and led the Bears with 12 tackles, including 8 solo hits, vs. Holy Cross. He also had eight tackles vs. Harvard and six stops vs. Rhode Island. He also had seven tackles vs. Cornell, including two for a loss and a key interception in the end zone.
Lundevall 10th Nationally In Receptions: Senior wide receiver Tellef Lundevall (Highland Park, IL), who made seven catches for 92 yards vs. Yale, leads the Bears and ranks 10th nationally with 7.43 receptions per game (67 catches, 669 yards). Lundevall's 150 career catches rank seventh in the Brown record book, while his 1,503 receiving yards are ninth all-time at Brown. He turned in a record-setting performance against Penn with 17 catches for 170 yards and a touchdown. His 17 receptions rank sixth best in Brown football history. Lundevall had seven receptions vs. Cornell, and had six receptions for 63 yards vs. Princeton. He grabbed an 11-yard TD pass vs. Georgetown and had 5 receptions for 50 yards against the Hoyas. He had a game-high seven catches for 70 yards vs. Harvard, and led the Bears with seven catches for 74 yards, including a 38-yard touchdown against Holy Cross. Lundevall has tremendous athleticism (he also played basketball for Brown), with exceptional jumping ability. Brown's leading receiver from 2011, Lundevall made a team high 51 catches for 516 yards, caught four touchdown passes, and completed a 24-yard pass for a touchdown against Princeton.
BROWN PASS RECEPTIONS - CAREER
1. 305 Stephen Campbell 97-98-99-00
2. 294 Chas Gessner 99-00-01-02
3. 251 Sean Morey 95-96-97-98
4. 229 Buddy Farnham 06-07-08-09
5. 210 Bobby Sewall 06-07-08-09
6. 155 Lonnie Hill 03-05-06
7. 150 Tellef Lundevall 10-11-12
8. 145 Jarrett Schreck 02-03-04
9. 127 Rodd Torbert 89-90-91
10. 116 Paul Raymond 04-05-06-07
BROWN YARDS RECEIVING - CAREER
1. 3,850 Sean Morey 95-96-97-98
2. 3,555 Stephen Campbell 97-99-99-00
3. 3,408 Chas Gessner 99-00-01-02
4. 2,895 Buddy Farnham 06-07-08-09
5. 2,440 Jarrett Schreck 02-03-04
6. 2,144 Lonnie Hill 03-05-06
7. 2,141 Bobby Sewall 06-07-08-09
8. 1,651 Rodd Torbert 89-90-91
9. 1,503 Tellef Lundevall 10-11-12
10. 1,483 Mike Geroux 88-89-90
Reisner To The Rescue – Wins New England Football Writers Gold Helmet Award: Just two weeks prior to Brown's game against Cornell, junior tailback Jordan Reisner (Highland Park, IL) found himself fifth on the Brown depth chart. He had his first collegiate carry against Princeton the following week, gaining five yards. With injuries to the Bears' top three runningbacks, Reisner, playing behind senior tailback Jeffrey Izon, made the most of his opportunity against Cornell by running for 193 yards on 22 carries, including touchdown runs of 27 and 49 yards, breaking several tackles along the way. He was named the New England Football Writers Gold Helmet Award Winner as the top player in New England.
Giovacchini 20th Nationally In Tackles For Loss: Sophomore linebacker Dan Giovacchini (Acton, MA) made nine tackles vs. Dartmouth, including three tackles for a loss and a quarterback sack. He now ranks 20th nationally and fourth in the Ivy League with 12 tackles for a loss. He registered two tackles for a loss vs. Penn, including a quarterback sack. He had a big day vs. Rhode Island with eight solo tackles, three tackles for a loss and a quarterback sack.
Cruz – 4th In Career Interceptions: The leader of the Brown defensive unit is senior defensive back and co-captain AJ Cruz (Lake Forest, CA), a preseason All-American choice and a three-time All-Ivy selection, earning first team honors twice. Cruz intercepted two passes vs. Yale and ranks 12th nationally and ranks second in the Ivy League with four interceptions this season. His 12 career interceptions ranks 4th in the Brown record book. Cruz, who had 10 tackles vs. Yale, ranks second on the Brown team with 67 total tackles. Cruz had eight solo tackles vs. Penn, and made five tackles and a pass interception vs. Cornell. He had six tackles vs. URI, and made six tackles, including 1.5 for a loss, in Brown's win over Georgetown. He made 10 tackles vs. Harvard, including five solo hits. Cruz came up with a big play against Holy Cross, picking off a pass with 56 seconds remaining to stop the Crusaders' final drive. He also made eight tackles, including one for a loss against Holy Cross. One of the most respected players in the Ivy League, Cruz ranked fifth on last year's Brown team with 60 total tackles and led the Bears with three interceptions, second best in the Ivy League last season. A terrific kick returner, Cruz ranked fourth in the nation and led the Ivy League in kick-off returns, averaging 31.15 yards per return. He also ran back a kick-off 83 yards for a touchdown against Dartmouth last season.
BROWN INTERCEPTIONS - CAREER
1. 14 Joe Paterno 47-48-49
14 Greg Parker 93-94-95-96
3. 13 Walt Pastuszak 48-49-50
4. 12 Roderic Parson 94-95-96-97
12 AJ Cruz 09-10-11-12
6. 11 Don Cottey 51-52-53
11 Alex Pittz 96-97-98
11 Pat Allman 89-90-91
9. 10 Frank Finney 56-57-58
10 Tom Clark 73-74-75
10 Walt Cataldo 85-86-87
10 Jamie Gasparella 03-04-05
Nate Meyer Among Nation's Leaders In Net Punting: Brown junior punter Nathaniel Meyer (Bettendorf, Iowa) is averaging 39.8 yards per punt and his net punting average of 38.48 yards is 11th in the nation. He was named the Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week after helping Brown win the battle of field position in the Bears' 17-7 victory over Rhode Island for the Governor's Cup. Meyer averaged 40.3 yards per punt on five punts, with a long punt of 55 yards. He pinned the Rams deep in their own territory three times with punts downed at the 18, 13 and 17-yard lines. His second-half punting forced Rhode Island into poor field position as the Bears held the Rams scoreless in the second half.
Miller Time: Senior defensive end Luke Miller (Bryn Mawr, PA) came up with three tackles for a loss vs. Dartmouth after making two tackles for a loss in Brown's win over Yale. Miller also had six total tackles against the Big Green. He has 27 tackles for the season, eight tackles for a loss, while his four quarterback sacks are second on the team.
Brown's Weekly Award Winners:
9/15 Spiro Theodhosi '13, RB New England Sportswriters Gold Helmet Award
Ivy League Honor Roll
Patrick Donnelly '13, QB Ivy League Honor Roll
AJ Cruz '13, DB Ivy League Honor Roll
9/22 Patrick Donnelly '13, QB Ivy League Honor Roll
9/29 Michael Yules '14, DE Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week
Spiro Theodhosi '12, RB Ivy League Honor Roll
John Bumpus '13, DL Ivy League Honor Roll
10/6 Nate Meyer '13, P Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week
Dan Giovacchini, LB Ivy League Honor Roll
Cody Taulbee, FB Ivy League Honor Roll
10/13 Steve Zambetti, LB Ivy League Honor Roll
10/20 Jordan Reisner, RB New England Sportswriters Gold Helmet Award
CFPA FCS National Running Back of the Week
Ivy League Honor Roll
Reed Watne, LB Ivy League Honor Roll
10/27 Tellef Lundevall, WR Ivy League Honor Roll
AJ Cruz, DB Ivy League Honor Roll
11/3 Alexander Norocea, K Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week
AJ Cruz, DB Ivy League Honor Roll
Patrick Donnelly, QB Ivy League Honor Roll
11/10 Patrick Donnelly, QB Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week
Michael Yules, DE Ivy League Honor Roll
Did You Know? Junior wide receiver Jordan Evans (Brentwood, TN) is Brown's second leading receiver with 36 catches for 383 yards. He made his first career touchdown reception with a 25-yard TD grab against Yale…Junior runningback Cody Taulbee (Kettering, OH) registered his first career touchdowns against URI, scoring on runs of 6 and 10 yards. He also scored on a one yard run against Penn and caught a three-yard touchdown pass against Yale, while running for 52 yards against the Bulldogs… Senior defensive end John Bumpus (Concord, MA) blocked a punt against Georgetown and recovered it in the end zone for his first career touchdown. He also had four tackles against the Hoyas… Brown is playing its 135th season of intercollegiate football…The Bears have finished second in the Ivy League standings in each of the last two years… Estes has coached Brown to three (1999, 2005, 2008) of its four Ivy League Championships… Sophomore wide receiver Stian Romberg (Maryville, TN) made his first career touchdown reception vs. Harvard, hauling in a 12-yard scoring reception… Senior Jonah Fay (Brookline, MA) has made three touchdown catches for the season including the game winning 18-yard TD reception vs. Dartmouth last week. Overall, Fay has caught 29 passes for 396 yards this season…Junior linebacker Ade Oyalowo (Bowie, MD) ranks third on the Brown defense with 58 total tackles, while also intercepting two passes.
Video Scoreboard Makes Debut At Brown Stadium: Brown Football unveiled a new LED video display scoreboard on September 22 vs. Harvard, featuring Daktronics 15HD pixel spacing, that shows live video and instant replays, scoring information, sponsor advertisements, vivid graphics and colorful animations. Measuring more than 18 feet high by nearly 36 feet wide, the video scoreboard also displayed a variety of marketing and promotional vignettes, real-time game statistics and player features.
Brown In The NCAA Division I FCS National Rankings (Top 25)
Receptions 10th Tellef Lundevall 7.44 per game
Tackles For Loss 12th Michael Yules 1.38 per game
20 Daniel Giovacchini 1.33 per game
Interceptions 13th AJ Cruz 0.44 per game
Tackles For Loss 2nd BROWN (Team) 8.78 per game
Net Punting 11th BROWN (Team) 38.43 yards per punt
Rushing Defense 13th BROWN (Team) 117.44 yards per game
Scoring Defense 11th BROWN (Team) 17.78 points per game
Pass Efficiency Def, 18th BROWN (Team) 111.28
Sacks Allowed 21st BROWN (Team) 1.22 per game
Brown Head Coach Phil Estes: 15th-year head coach Phil Estes, the 19th head coach and second winningest coach in Brown football history, has brought the Brown football program to an unprecedented level of success, winning three Ivy League Championships (1999, 2005 and 2008), including Brown's first ever outright Ivy title in 2005. He helped guide Brown's Class of 2009 to two Ivy League titles, the first class in Brown football history to win two Ivy Championships. Estes' Brown teams have also finished second four times and third four times, while compiling an impressive 84-54 overall mark (.610) in 14 seasons. He has also coached and recruited Brown's only four Ivy Players of the Year: Sean Morey '99, James Perry '00, Nick Hartigan '06 and Buddy Farnham '10. A former offensive coordinator at the University of New Hampshire, Estes was also the Bears' recruiting coordinator for four years (1994-1997) and coached the running backs for three years.
Phil Estes' Career Coaching Record:
Year School Overall Record Ivy League Record
1998 Brown 7-3 5-2 (Second)
1999 Brown 9-1 6-1 (First) Ivy League Champions
2000 Brown 7-3 4-3 (Third)
2001 Brown 6-3 5-2 (Third)
2002 Brown 2-8 2-5 (Sixth)
2003 Brown 5-5 4-3 (Second)
2004 Brown 6-4 3-4 (Fourth)
2005 Brown 9-1 6-1 (First) Ivy League Champions
2006 Brown 3-6 2-5 (Sixth)
2007 Brown 5-5 4-3 (Third)
2008 Brown 7-3 6-1 (First) Ivy League Champions
2009 Brown 6-4 4-3 (Third)
2010 Brown 6-4 5-2 (Second)
2011 Brown 7-3 4-3 (Second)
Kachmer Out For The Season: Bears' senior tailback Mark Kachmer (Wheaton, IL), a two-time All-Ivy tailback, who led the Bears in rushing last year with 569 yards on 126 carries, will be sidelined for the remainder of the 2012 season due to injury. Kachmer has run for 1,281 career yards. Last year, he was named the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for a career high 192 yards against Yale, including a Brown and Yale Bowl record 95-yard run for a TD, the fourth longest run in Ivy football history. He accounted for all 99 yards in Brown's NCAA record 99-yard scoring drive. His 95-yard run bested the previous Brown rushing mark of 94 yards by Bob Flanders '71, also against Yale in 1968.
Theodhosi Sidelined For Season: After missing the 2010 and 2011 seasons following injuries, senior Spiro Theodhosi (Londonderry, NH) had been making a bid for the National Comeback Player of the Year. Theodhosi's comeback bid ended on October 6th against Rhode Island after his first play from scrimmage when he injured his foot, suffering a Linsfranc fracture. He underwent surgery the week following his injury. Coming into the Rhode Island game, Theodhosi was ranked 16th in the nation with 115.7 rushing yards per game. Theodhosi took over the Georgetown game at the beginning of the second half, rushing for 88 of his game high 142 yards in the third quarter, and scoring on an 18-yard run, where he broke a tackle at the line of scrimmage and ran untouched into the end zone. He opened the season by rushing for 120 yards on 20 carries in Brown's win over Holy Cross. Theodhosi was named the New England Football Writers Gold Helmet Award winner as the top player in New England after he ran for 103 of his 120 yards in the second half against the Crusaders. He came back strong vs. Harvard with 85 rushing yards and another 61 receiving yards. Theodhosi is a talented tailback, who ranked second on the 2009 team in rushing with 423 yards on 82 carries. He also ran 25 times for a Brown season-best 167 yards and a touchdown against Yale, and rushed 33 times for 138 yards and another touchdown against Dartmouth in that season.
Norocea Second In Ivy League In Kick Scoring: The Brown kicking game is handled by the capable feet of junior All-Ivy kicker Alex Norocea (Hermosa Beach, CA), the Ivy League's second ranked kick-scorer with 5.9 points per game. He has connected on 46-yard field goals vs. Penn and Yale, the longest in the Ivy League this season and 12th longest all-time at Brown. He has connected on 9 of 11 field goals in 2012, and 31 of 45 career field goals. Norocea's 168 career points rank ninth in the Brown record book. He had a key 41-yard field goal vs. Rhode Island, and connected on three of three field goals vs. Georgetown, hitting kicks of 22, 35 and 34 yards. Norocea booted a 24-yard field goal vs. Holy Cross and a 42-yarder vs. Harvard. His 15 field goals as a freshman were second best in Brown football history, and seventh in the Ivy League record book, while his 71 kick-scoring points rank 15th in Ivy history. Additionally, Norocea's 12 field goals in Ivy games in 2010 are second best in Ivy history.
Bears In The NFL: Brown has two of its former players on NFL rosters in 2012. Zak DeOssie '07 is a two-time Pro Bowl selection and two-time Super Bowl Champion for the New York Giants. Fullback James Develin '10 is on the New England Patriots practice squad.
How Do You Say That?
Patxi Colburn potch-ee cole-burn
Giovacchini joe-vack- keen-nee
Ade Oyalowo AH-day O-YAL-O-wo
Stian Romberg stee-N
Listen To Brown Football: Brown's 10-game football schedule will be aired throughout Rhode Island and Southern New England on WPRV-AM 790 (Providence). The Brown football broadcast team features Scott Cordischi calling the play-by-play, and John Anderson P'11 providing the color commentary.
Watch Live Video of The Bears On The Internet: Brown Football fans can watch a live video and audio feed (WPRV - AM 790) of all home games through America One Networks. All five home football games will be aired through Brown's athletic website http://brownbears.com. Fans wanting to watch Brown events via America One Networks will need a high-speed Internet connection and a current version of Windows Media Player. A single day pass is $8, allowing the viewer to watch multiple Brown events for the entire day. Monthly and yearly passes are also available.
Next Year: Brown opens its 2013 season at home against Georgetown on Saturday, September 21 at Brown Stadium.
2012 Brown Football Schedule & Results
9/15 Sat. at Holy Cross 24-21, W
9/22 Sat. HARVARD 31-45, L
9/29 Sat. at Georgetown 37-10, W
10/6 Sat. at Rhode Island 17-7, W
10/13 Sat. at Princeton 0-19, L
10.20 Sat. CORNELL 21-14, W
10/27 Sat. at Penn 17-20, L
11/3 Sat. YALE 20-0, W
11/10 Sat. at Dartmouth 28-24, W
11/17 Sat. COLUMBIA 12:30 p.m.
2012 Columbia Schedule & Results
9/15 Sat. MARIST 10-9, W
9/21 Sat. FORDHAM 13-20, L
9/29 Sat. PRINCETON 6-33, L
10/6 Sat. at Lehigh 14-35, L
10/13 Sat. at Penn 20-24, L
10/20 Sat. DARTMOUTH 16-21, L
10/27 Sat. YALE 26-22, W
11/3 Sat. at Harvard 0-69, L
11/10 Sat. CORNELL 34-17, W
11/17 Sat. at Brown 12:30 p.m.