10-27-2016

News

Columbia raised $14,561,043 as of 4 a.m. Thursday in its fifth annual Giving Day campaign, hitting a record high.

Sports

Defenses are most vulnerable in the red zone, but Columbia’s defense has allowed just 13 trips to that area, the fewest in the Ivy League. 

This is the sixth entry of the football diaries with senior wide-receiver Scooter Hollis, who will share weekly insights about the team both on and off the field.

Women’s golf posted strong second and third rounds to finish in 10th place at the Cardinal Cup this past week.

This is part two of a two-part series. Part one ran on Wednesday, Oct. 26.

Men’s soccer overcame Rutgers 1-0 in a non-conference match in New Jersey on Tuesday. 

First-year Jackie Tang had never played with Chien Hsun Lo prior to the 2016 U.S. Open junior boys’ doubles draw. In the pair’s run to the quarterfinals, Tang’s poise immediately caught the eye of Columbia associate head coach Howard Endelman, CC ’87.

More than a year after leaving the varsity women’s tennis team, senior Alice Song returned to the courts to represent Columbia in September—this time playing for a new squad. 

Men’s tennis wrapped up the ITA Northeast Regional Championships with a surprise doubles final at home in which senior Richard Pham and sophomore Victor Pham defeated senior Shawn Hadavi and first-year Jackie Tang 6-1, 6-3.

Women’s tennis had a strong showing at this weekend’s ITA Northeast Regional Championships at Yale.