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Nov 15, 2014
Husson defeats Mount Ida, 41-21, to claim ECFC Title
The Husson University football team won its first ECFC Championship and NCAA berth with a 41-21 win over Mount Ida on Saturday afternoon

Nov 9, 2013
Gallaudet wins first ECFC championship with 35-7 win over Anna Maria, win streak up to 11
WASHINGTON – As the final seconds ticked off the clock Saturday afternoon the Gallaudet University football team stormed the field with fans in tow to celebrate a historic win as the Bison clinched their first-ever Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) championship. The undefeated Bison (9-0, 6-0 ECFC) celebrated and danced with a mob of people at midfield as the famous Gallaudet drum provided the beat to a joyous occasion for a program that has endured its fair share of losing.

Nov 10, 2012
Mount Ida Clinches ECFC Title With 52-28 Win at Castleton
CASTLETON, Vt. – Mount Ida sophomore Chris McNally rushed for 247 yards and two scores to lead a Mustang ground attack that piled up 342 total yards on the ground en route to a 52-28 win over Castleton Saturday afternoon at Spartan Stadium.

Nov 5, 2011
Cadets wrap up ECFC title, NCAA bid
THROGGS HEAD, N.Y. – Buoyed by what Coach Mark Murnyack called a “total team effort,” Norwich University completed a perfect Eastern College Football Conference run with a 16-9 win over SUNY-Maritime Nov. 5.

Nov 6, 2010
Maritime Claims ECFC Championship with Perfect 2010 Regular Season
The Maritime football team defeated ECFC-foe Gallaudet University, 21-14, on the road Saturday night to end the 2010 regular season with a perfect 10-0 mark! The winning score came with 1:14 left in the fourth quarter, when junior running back Jamie Spanopoulos (Franklin Square, N.Y./H. Frank Carey) ran in a four-yard TD to cap off a seven-play, 47-yard drive.

Nov 14, 2009
Norwich Defeats Mount Ida, 49-14, to Win ECFC Championship
Freshman RB Orwin Etkins rushed for 269 yards and five touchdowns as the Norwich University football team defeated Mount Ida College, 49-14, to win the inaugural Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) Championship Game Saturday afternoon at a wet and muddy Sabine Field.

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