Stadium Gallery: Crown Field at Andy Kerr Stadium, Colgate University

Crown Field at Andy Kerr Stadium, the home of the Colgate Raiders. (RoadTripSports photo by Matthew Postins)

Crown Field at Andy Kerr Stadium, the home of the Colgate Raiders. (RoadTripSports photo by Matthew Postins)

Crown Field at Andy Kerr Stadium, Colgate University – Photo Gallery

This stadium gallery comes to you courtesy of College Football America editor-in-chief Matthew Postins.

Crown Field at Andy Kerr Stadium is home to the Colgate football and men’s lacrosse teams.

It has a capacity of 10,221 in a combination of chair-back and bench seating in the Frederick H. Dunlap stands on the home team, east side of the complex, and bleacher seating on the visitor team, west side of the complex. With tailgating in the Maroon Council lot behind the stands and a spirited crowd of students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends, Crown Field at Andy Kerr Stadium is an ideal setting for enjoying the best in college athletics and what it represents.

The previously unnamed football field was dedicated Andy Kerr Stadium on Sept. 17, 1966, during halftime of a 34-0 victory over Boston University. With Andy Kerr in attendance that day, the crowd was reminded of his many achievements. He served as head coach from 1929-46, and during the 1929-34 period his teams went 47-5-1. His 1932 squad was the “Unbeaten, Untied, Unscored Upon and Uninvited” team that famously did not receive an invitation to the Rose Bowl game in Pasadena, California.

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