NEW YORK -- Carlton Koonce scored two touchdowns to lead Fordham past Columbia on Saturday 20-13.
Koonce led the Rams with 250 yards rushing on 35 carries.
With Fordham (3-1) trailing in the first quarter, Koonce took the handoff at the Fordham 8, and ran 92 yards to put the Rams up 7-3. Koonce added to the lead on the Rams' next possession when he caught an 18-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Higgins.
Higgins finished 17-for-25 for 168 yards.
Columbia (1-1) was unable to penetrate Fordham's defense, failing to score in the second half.
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