Seven members of the Light Blue archery squad were named to the All-East Team after last weekend's Ivy Invitational.
Along with Princeton, the archery team will host the Ivy Invitationals in New Jersey. Meanwhile, first-year Judy Zhou heads to South Dakota to compete at the World Team Trials.
See what the Light Blue will be up to this weekend.
The archery team follows up an impressive showing at the Adam Wheatcroft Memorial with the Eastern Regional Intercollegiate Championships this weekend in Connecticut.
Lefty ace David Speer was selected by Cleveland Saturday after an impressive senior season.
The Lions’ 2014 campaign came to an end Saturday with a 6-5 loss to the Wildcats.
With a walk-off RBI single, the Red Raiders handed the Light Blue its first loss of the double-elimination tournament.
The Lions will open the double-elimination opening stage of the NCAA tournament against the Red Raiders Friday.
Departing senior columnist Peter Andrews puts in his application to be the Lions head coach.
Former sports editor Myles Simmons thanks all those who made his experience at Spectator so special.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was banned for life from NBA activities for his remarks—but he’s not the only example of racism in the sports world.
Al Paul, Director of Athletics at Columbia during the creation of the Columbia-Barnard Athletic consortium, died Monday at 88.
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.
It’s off to the United Arab Emirates this week for one skilled first-year.
Midfielder Paige Cuscovitch put together an impressive career during her time at Columbia.
The Lions bid farewell to seniors Paige Cuscovitch and Ashley Rinere with a thrilling 8-7 victory.
Lacrosse wraps up its season this Saturday night against Manhattan. It will be the final game for seniors Paige Cuscovitch and Asheley Rinere.
The Lions had mixed success on the water this weekend.
The men’s heavyweight and lightweight teams compete in their final regattas before EARC Championships, while the women are in action at the Women’s Sprints Regatta.
1.7 seconds separated the Lions from the Doc Lusins Trophy this weekend in Syracuse, N.Y.
Both men’s and women’s golf teams compete at the Ivy League Championships this weekend, while of Columbia’s three rowing teams, only the men’s heavyweights will be in action.
Softball's winning streak may have gone cold mid-season, but the team was able wrap up its 2014 season with a .500 record.
After losing two games at Penn the Lions rebounded, splitting the second double-header at home to finish their season.
Softball has a chance to win the Ivy League South Division as the team takes on Penn this Friday and Saturday.
The men’s tennis team defeated East Tennessee State and Vanderbilt to advance to the round of 16.
The men’s tennis team reached new heights in 2014.
It’s 19 wins in a row and counting for men’s tennis.
The men are the highest seed in their region and will be traveling to Tennessee. The women, heading to the NCAA Tournament for the first time, will be going to Kentucky.
Despite an inauspicious first two years, John Gregorek will leave Columbia as an All-American and Ivy champion.
The Lions won Ivy titles in four events at the Ivy Heptagonal Championships at Yale.
Unlike other athletes, members of the track and field team get multiple shots at an Ivy League Championship every year.