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Wrestling looks to even up record at home

The Columbia wrestling team (3-4) will host American for its first head-to-head home match on Jan. 26 in the University Gym. This weekend will serve as the checkpoint for the Lions before Ivy League play begins the following week.
The Lions enter the upcoming match coming off a tough loss to Bucknell, where they fought back from a 15-point deficit only to drop the last two matches. American enters the match at 4-3 for the season. The two teams have faced no common opponents this season, but the match is set to be a close one.
Columbia will then travel to Long Island to face Hofstra on Sunday for another head-to-head match. Hofstra will be one of the tougher teams the Lions face this season. The Pride has already wrestled against eight top-25 schools this season and also boasts four wrestlers in the top 20 of their respective weight classes.


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