- Causeway Carriage
The Causeway Carriage is a
Victorian eracarriage awarded to each season's winner of Causeway Classic College footballgame between the University of California, Davis(UC Davis) and the California State University, Sacramento(Sacramento State).
The Causeway Classic
The word "causeway" refers to the
Yolo Causeway, which is a long bridge on Interstate 80over the Yolo Bypassthat connects Davis, Californiaand Sacramento, California. The game was named in the 1980's. The schools met for their 50th time in the fall of 2003. The two schools also have Causeway Classic matches in baseball, volleyball, and track, but the trophy is for football.
History of the trophy
The carriage was donated by Sac State alumnus Jeri Striezik in 1960 to serve as the perpetual trophy for the schools. It was refurbished at the prison in
Folsom, Californiaand was first awarded in 1961.
It is transported to the winning campus at the losing school's expense.
Winners of the trophy
* 1961-1969 UC Davis won 3 times, Sac State won 6 times
* 1970-1979 UC Davis won 10 times, Sac State won 0 times
* 1980-1989 UC Davis won 8 times, Sac State won 2 times
* 1990-1999 UC Davis won 6 times, Sac State won 4 times
* 2000-2007 UC Davis won 8 times, Sac State won 0 times
* [http://www.csus.edu/pubaf/journal/fall2003/26causeway.htm Sac State article with a photo of the carriage]
* [http://www.i-aa.org/article.asp?articleid=60824 NCAA article about the game]
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