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WEEKEND RECAP: Women's basketball, tennis, lacrosse, track and field, wrestling, and fencing

  • Arpi Youssoufian for Spectator
    Taylor made | Senior guard Taylor Ward scored 16 points in her final game at Columbia, a 92-48 loss to Princeton.

Women’s basketball finished its season with a pair of losses, while both tennis teams posted solid victories at home. Fencing competed at NCAA Regionals, wrestling logged some impressive finishes at EIWAs, lacrosse lost to Cornell, and members of the track team ran in the Columbia Last Chance Qualifier.

Women’s BasketballCatie Pellerin / Spectator Staff Writer

The women’s basketball team ended its inaugural season under the leadership of head coach Stephanie Glance with the same conference record...(Read more)

FencingKelly Reller / Spectator Staff Writer

Nineteen Columbia fencers fought in Wellesley, Mass., on Sunday to compete in the NCAA Northeast Regionals. The NCAA will release...(Read more)

Men’s TennisKyle Perrotti / Spectator Senior Staff Writer

The No. 27 men’s tennis team extended its winning streak to eight matches Saturday at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center with...(Read more)

Women’s TennisMyles Simmons / Spectator Senior Staff Writer

With an adjusted lineup, the women’s tennis team took care of business on Saturday, defeating University of Massachusetts...(Read more)

WrestlingBen Sheng / Spectator Staff Writer

The EIWA Championships yielded six top-eight finishers and three NCAA qualifiers for the Lions, including...(Read more)

LacrosseBen Drachman / Spectator Staff Writer

The Lions (1-2, 0-2 Ivy) fell to Cornell (3-1, 1-1 Ivy) this weekend, 13-6. The Big Red struck first...(Read more)

Track and FieldFinn Vigeland / Spectator Senior Staff Writer

Only a handful of the Lions ran in the Columbia Last Chance Qualifier on Saturday, but many set personal records in...(Read more)

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