The Lions (2-11, 0-6 Ivy) fell 14-8 to New Hampshire (4-9) on Wednesday. Midfielder Kate Keagins followed up her four-goal performance on Saturday with five more to lead the Wildcats. Midfielder Kaitlin Brophy struck twice for the Lions early on, but New Hampshire scored 11 of the next 13 goals to go up 11-4 with 17 minutes to play in regulation. Freshman midfielder Katie Angulo recorded her first hat trick for the Light Blue, but junior attacker Kacie Johnson was held in check, registering only two points. Johnson led the Ancient Eight with 5.67 points per game prior to Wednesday’s contest. Columbia will face Harvard on Sunday afternoon in its last chance to pull out of the Ivy basement.
This week in history in 1979, University cafeteria and clerical workers voted 183-100 to halt a 15-day walkout and return to work.