Lewis & Clark Pioneers football

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Lewis & Clark Pioneers football
First season 1893
Head coach Jay Locey
2nd year, 0–9 (.000)
Stadium Griswold Stadium
Year built 1952
Seating capacity apx. 3,600[1]
Field surface AstroTurf
Location Portland, Oregon
Conference Northwest Conference
All-time record 259–325–12 (.445)
Colors Orange and Black
Mascot Pio

The Lewis & Clark Pioneers football team is the college football team of Lewis & Clark College and is a member of NCAA's Division III. The team competes in the Northwest Conference and plays its home games at Griswold Stadium in Portland. The current head coach is Jay Locey, who began his tenure in 2015. He was preceded by Chris Sulages.[2] From 1931-35, the team lost a record 28 consecutive games.[3] The team has played in Portland since 1946.


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