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FOOTBALL TO HAVE SEVEN REPRESENTATIVES AT JAPAN-U.S. DREAM BOWL

PRINCETON, N.J. – The Ivy League roster for the Japan-U.S. Dream Bowl in Tokyo was unveiled Wednesday afternoon. 
 
The roster consists of seniors and graduate student-athletes from all eight Ivy programs. The group comprises of 22 players that earned All-Ivy honors throughout their careers. The team will be led by Columbia head coach Al Bagnoli and the Lions’ coaching staff. 
 
The game will be held on January 21 at 11 p.m. EST in the United States (Sunday, January 22 at 1 p.m. JST locally) at the newly-built National Stadium, site of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The event will be broadcast live in Japan.
 
The Ivy League delegation will arrive in Tokyo on January 15 and balance its time between preparation for the game along with several Japanese cultural and educational events, including a planned visit to the U.S. Embassy, interaction with Ivy League alumni, discussions with Japanese students and social exchanges with the Japanese team. The league’s group will be joined by two professors from Ivy League institutions to further the educational experience of the travel party.  
 
Princeton’s representatives include Michael AzevedoDawson De IuliisIke HallWill PowersConnor ScaglioneJames Stagg and CJ Wall.

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june, 2023

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