Yale’s powerhouse offense will pose a stiff test to a Lions team that remains winless on the year.
While things didn’t go Columbia’s way against Dartmouth, take a look at some of the highlights on and off the field from Saturday’s sunny Homecoming.
The Columbia football team, in front of its biggest home crowd of the season, showed some tenacity, but ultimately fell to Dartmouth, 27-7.
Quarterback Dalyn Williams leads a potent offense for Dartmouth.
The recent scandal at UNC is a reminder that college athletics are not just about what happens on the field.
Yes, go—even though Columbia will likely come out on the losing end.
Brett Nottingham shouldn’t be remembered as a victim of pressure, but of his own stat line.
Columbia football is presented with several opportunities to snap record losing streaks, but the program’s history predicts a bleak future for the team.
Women’s soccer scored three goals in the first half to beat Lafayette on the road, 4-0.
The Light Blue is taking a quick midweek trip to Pennsylvania.
Men’s soccer suffered a 1-0 overtime loss Saturday to Dartmouth. The Lions’ Ivy fate remains uncertain, as they own a 1-2-1 conference record.
The Lions dropped another winnable match.
After dropping two of its last three losses in the fifth set, the Lions look to break a three match losing streak at Cornell.
The Lions lost to Ivy powerhouse Yale.
Field hockey honored its six seniors and secured a 3-1 win over Dartmouth Sunday. With the win, the Lions have now won 11 on the season and eight at home.
The Lions look to take sole possession of first place in the Ivy League.
Despite a scoreless first half and a late-game deficit, the Lions were able to pull off a 2-1 victory over the Blue Hens.
Behind a hat trick from junior midfielder Christina Freibott, the Columbia field hockey team earned a thrilling 4-3 overtime victory over Penn.
The Lions disappointed at the Adidas Invitational.
The Lions run in their final meets before Heps.
Resting its top runners for next weekend’s race, Columbia didn’t perform up to its usual standards.
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.
It’s off to the United Arab Emirates this week for one skilled first-year.
Men’s tennis will send a group of younger players to this weekend’s Collegiate Clay Court Invitational in Orlando.
Winston Lin beat teammate Ashok Narayana for his second straight first-place finish at the tournament.
The Light Blue duo took down a pair from Yale in the final.
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.