• Head Football Coach Dan Hunt and the Raiders football team celebrates a last-minute NCAA playoff victory over James Madison on December 1, 2018.
    The eighth-seeded Raiders knocked off sixth-ranked James Madison 23-20 at Andy Kerr Stadium on Saturday, thanks to junior Chris Puzzi’s 38-yard field goal as time expired. The win lifts Colgate to an NCAA Division I Championship Quarterfinal matchup against No. 1 North Dakota State next weekend in Fargo.
    December 3, 2018
  • Colgate and Raider athletics flags fly beside Andy Kerr Stadium
    Colgate student-athletes for the sixth consecutive year posted a 98-percent Graduation Success Rate, according to NCAA figures released Wednesday. Colgate’s 98 percent rate stands as the second-highest nationally among Division I institutions and was even with the likes of Princeton and Notre Dame. Colgate ranked above Pennsylvania, Stanford, Northwestern and Duke at 97 percent, and […]
    November 9, 2017
  • Coach Hunt has been recognized as the Patriot League coach of the year.
    Colgate’s Dan Hunt is one of 15 candidates for STATS FCS Coach of the Year. The Raiders’ head man earned Patriot League Coach of the Year honors last week after guiding Colgate to a perfect 6-0 conference record. It was the program’s eighth Patriot League championship, and Hunt has been involved in every one. He served 19 […]
    December 3, 2015
  • A group picture of Colgate's 2015 Patriot League Championship team (Photo by Bob Cornell)
    Talk about following in some footsteps. Colgate’s Dan Hunt matched his mentor Dick Biddle here Saturday when the Raiders outlasted Lehigh 49–42 to clinch the Patriot League championship. Hunt and Biddle both captured Patriot League titles for Colgate in just their second seasons as head coach.
    November 16, 2015
  • Colgate student-athletes improved by one position to third nationally in the latest NCAA Division I Graduation Success Rate release. The Raiders for the fourth straight year are at 98 percent, placing Colgate alongside peer schools Columbia, Davidson, Duke, Harvard, Holy Cross, Loyola-Chicago, Notre Dame, Princeton, Stanford, and Yale.
    November 5, 2015