Lewis & Clark Pioneers football

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Lewis & Clark Pioneers football
First season 1893
Head coach Jay Locey
2nd season, 0–9 (.000)
Stadium Griswold Stadium
(Capacity: 3,600 [1])
Year built 1952, 66 years ago
Field surface AstroTurf
Location Portland, Oregon
Conference Northwest Conference
All-time record 259–325–12 (.445)
Mascot Pio

The Lewis & Clark Pioneers football team is the college football team of Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. The team competes in the Northwest Conference in NCAA Division III and plays its home games on campus at Griswold Stadium, the current head coach is Jay Locey, who began his tenure in 2015; he was preceded by Chris Sulages.[2]

Formerly known as Albany College and based in Albany, its football program lost a record 28 consecutive games from 1931 to 1935,[3] the school soon relocated to Portland and the football team has played under the Lewis & Clark name since 1946.

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