The Lions will hit the court against the Huskies, who have struggled this season, in Bridgeport.
Behind a strong performance by junior guard Maodo Lo, the Lions erased a first-half deficit to top Hofstra at home.
Coming off a 10-day break, the Light Blue will look to top Hofstra at home Saturday.
Columbia led the Wildcats, 25-23, at halftime, but wasn’t able to maintain the same standard of play in the second half.
With a long finals break behind them, the Lions couldn't quite hold on against Portland State, losing, 71-66.
Columbia is set to host Portland State, which is coming off a 71-point loss to Princeton.
After losing three in a row, the Light Blue found its way back to the win column with a 54-45 victory over Long Island-Brooklyn.
Columbia athletics needs to ditch its “old boys network” culture.
This Saturday, I will broadcast a Columbia football game for WKCR against Brown with a winless season on the line for the third time in four years.
Daniel Radov discusses the remaining two weeks of Columbia’s football season, and what a win would really signify for the program’s future.
Ryan Young discusses the impact that recent roster changes may have on the Columbia men’s basketball team.
Anna Isaacson, BC ’01, went from selling souvenirs outside of Yankee Stadium to being the face of social action for the NFL.
University President Lee Bollinger announced in an email on Tuesday that M. Dianne Murphy will resign after a decade at the helm of Columbia Athletics.
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.
Past and present Light Blue fencers stayed local to compete against some of the world's best sabrists.
Current and former Columbia sabreists will compete in this weekend's Absolute Fencing Gear New York State Sabre Grand Prix in Brooklyn.
The Light Blue got its season off to a good start.
This weekend the men’s fencing team will have their first chance to defend last season’s Ivy title.
In the team’s Ivy-opening match against Cornell, the Light Blue suffered a 9-0 loss, which it followed up with a win over the club-level NYU team.
Men’s squash kept up its winning ways over the weekend, topping both Cornell and NYU.
The No. 9 Lions will take on Cornell and NYU in their home opener.
Women’s squash opened the season with two wins over ranked opponents, Drexel and Franklin and Marshall, by identical 7-2 scorelines.
Swimming and Diving
Men’s swimming posted good results at this weekend’s Brown Invitational, with podium finishes in several races.
The Lions will get a break from dual meets this weekend at the five-team Brown Invitational.
Women’s swimming will look to end its 2014 slate on a good note at the 2014 AT&T Winter National Championships.
Men’s swimming could not come back from a slow start and lost to Harvard.
Women’s tennis, fielding a singles competitor and two doubles teams, failed to go far in the consolation bracket of the ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships this weekend.
Men’s tennis failed to advance beyond the first day of competition in the main draw of the USTA/ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships, but had some success in the consolation draw.
The Lions will not advance in the main draw after Thursday’s play.
MIke Vermeer, Richard Pham, Ashok Narayana, Max Schnur, and Winston Lin will make appearances for Columbia men’s tennis this weekend at the USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships.
The Lions cruised against limited competition in Riverdale, New York.
The Lions return a strong core of athletes from last year’s team.
Despite an inauspicious first two years, John Gregorek will leave Columbia as an All-American and Ivy champion.
In the second day of action at the Cliff Keen Invitational, Columbia junior Zack Hernandez lost to Brown’s Ophir Bernstein, 7-3, ending the Lions’ hopes for a first-place finish in the 184-pound weight class.
It’s the third invitational of the season for the Light Blue.
Wrestling wrapped up a long weekend in Ithaca Sunday, grabbing a number of top finishes.
Columbia defensive coordinator Chris Rippon will serve as the interim head coach and former Lions head coach Ray Tellier will serve as a special adviser of the football team.
University President Lee Bollinger stated in a press release that Pete Mangurian’s time at Columbia is over.
Columbia’s 2014 football season may have been just as rough behind the scenes as it was on the field.
Columbia football has now lost 21 straight dating back to Nov. 10, 2012.
Dario Pizzano and David Speer highlighted the group of eight Columbia alumni playing summer professional baseball.
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.