75 years ago, the first television broadcast of a U.S. sporting event took place at Baker Field when NBC aired a baseball game between Columbia and Princeton.
A focus on fundaments has led the Lions to playoff contention for the second straight season.
Last weekend was a reminder of how good Columbia baseball can be.
The baseball team fell to the bottom of the Lou Gehrig Division.
After playing competitively in their nonconference games, the Lions could repeat last season’s Ivy League success.
Following up on a 4-0 win over Army on Thursday night, the Lions take on conference opponents Yale and Brown in games rescheduled for Sunday and Monday.
After splitting the first four games of their spring break trip through Texas, the Lions fell at Texas A&M and UTA.
The Light Blue’s spring break trip to Texas didn’t get off to the best start.
The Lions gave their fans a memorable season despite the departure of some key pieces from last year’s team.
Under the tutelage of head coach Brett Boretti, the baseball program has had some of its best seasons.
Aug 18, 3:24pm
The Center for Student Advising announced changes to the policy regarding medical leave and readmission for Columbia College and School of Engineering and Applied Science students in an email earlier... Read More
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