Army West Point defensive lineman Philip Choi and Penn quarterback Mike McCurdy were named co-Most Valuable Players for the 2015 Collegiate Sprint Football League when the annual All-Conference honors were announced Dec. 1.
The seventh week of the CSFL season featured the annual battle between Army West Point and Navy, which ended up serving as the league title game yet again.
ANNAPOLIS - The Navy sprint football team claimed its first CSFL title and undefeated season since 2011, snapping Army's 20-game winning streak in the process, with a 27-7 victory over the Black Knights Friday night in the league title game.
WEST POINT, N.Y. – As has been the case more often than not, the final week of the 2015 CSFL season comes down to a battle between perennial powers Army West Point and Navy to decide the league title.
Week six of the CSFL season was highlighted by a double overtime game between Army West Point and Penn, in which the Black Knights narrowly remained undefeated and kept their hopes of an outright league title alive with a 16-13 victory at home.
Week five of the CSFL season saw another shutout victory for Army West Point, a comeback win from Penn, a road victory by Navy and a home win for Cornell.
Week four was a rough week to have a home game in the CSFL. All four teams that hosted a game in week four came away with a loss, including one of the biggest upsets in the last decade of the league as Franklin Pierce pulled off an 18-16 upset on the road at Navy.
Five teams entered week three of the CSFL season without a loss, but only two emerged after the week with unblemished records. To no surprise those two are once again Army West Point and Navy.
The second week of the CSFL season saw a pair of dominant shutout wins from annual frontrunners Army West Point and Navy and a pair of close games won by Cornell and Penn.
The first week of action in the CSFL saw league newcomer Chestnut Hill record its first win in its first try with a 48-13 victory over Princeton.
The Collegiate Sprint Football League (CSFL) will officially welcome its newest member, Chestnut Hill, and open the 2015 season with a slate of five games this weekend.