NCAA Championships closed out the winter season for many teams, while the spring season heated up over the break.
Baseball -- Mollie Galchus/Spectator Senior Staff Writer
The baseball team (5-12) finished a disappointing road trip with three losses against No. 20 Texas (19-6).
Senior lefty David Speer had a forgettable outing on Friday... (Read more)
Wrestling -- Ben Sheng/Spectator Staff Writer
Four Columbia wrestlers competed in the NCAA Championships from March 20 to 22, but the Lions were outmatched by the top competition in the country... (Read more)
Rowing -- Madeline Steinberg/Spectator Staff Writer
The women’s rowing team made a splash in the Governor’s Cup on Canal 54 in Fellsmere, Fla. this weekend... (Read more)
Women's Tennis -- Myles Simmons/Spectator Senior Staff Writer
With four wins over spring break, the No. 29 women’s tennis team will head into Ivy play riding a seven-match winning streak... (Read more)
Lacrosse -- Catie Pellerin/Spectator Staff Writer
The lacrosse team (2-4, 0-3 Ivy) is still in search of its first Ivy victory after falling to Dartmouth (4-3, 1-1 Ivy), 12-9, on Saturday... (Read more)
Softball -- Diego Rosette/Spectator Staff Writer
Following three weeks of cancellations and postponements, the Lions (8-9) were back on schedule this weekend as they traveled to Staten Island to take on Wagner and hosted Iona and Rider at Columbia Softball Field... (Read more)
Men's Golf -- Daniel Radov/Spectator Staff Writer
In its first competition since October, the men’s golf team finished 12th in a strong 15-school field in the three-round Desert Shootout at Palm Valley Country Club in Goodyear, Ariz... (Read more)