The Lions will play its first weekend at Robertson Field at Satow Stadium.
In a sloppy home opener, the Lions came away with the win after the game was called in the eighth due to darkness.
The Light Blue baseball team will face off with Army on its home turf this Wednesday.
The Light Blue's nine-game road trip was highlighted by a four-game sweep against South Carolina Upstate.
The Lions will face the defending Ivy League champion, Big Green.
The Lions’ lone win was over Hawaii amid a nine-game trip out West.
The Lions will head to Hawaii, looking to build a winning record.
With the arrival of head coach Al Bagnoli, his coaching staff, and spring practices, the football team is gearing up for a stronger season in 2015.
Ryan Young reviews each of the stadiums and arenas he has visited in his career.
Former Light Blue pitcher David Spinosa talks to Joey Falcone to figure out what sparked his great start to the 2015 season.
Khalifa earned first-team All-America honors and was runner-up National Individual Champion this season.
Five years ago, sophomore forward Devon Roeper’s visit to Uganda inspired her to build a basketball court for the community’s children. Now, the court hosts four full teams. And she’s not done yet.
No plans exist as of yet for the future of Barnard’s popular Sports Recreation Program
The Lions will open their Ivy League season this weekend.
Dealing with some lingering injuries, the Lions look to start things off right in conference play.
Despite losing to No. 28 Purdue, women’s tennis notched wins over Drake and UNLV.
The Lions will open the outdoor season with a warm-up meet.
Senior Nadia Eke hopes to bring home hardware for the Lions track and field team at the Indoor National Championships.
The Lions will compete in their final indoor race before NCAAs.
The Lions look to bounce back from a rough start in their second invitational of the season.
Men's golf sent two teams to the Mission Inn Spring Spectular this past weekend, as the "B" squad finished in a team-best 14th place.
Columbia begins its defense of last year's Ivy title this weekend, as the Lions will compete in the 2015 Mission Inn Spring Spectacular.
The Lions formalized their unofficial partnership with St. Andrew’s Golf Club in Westchester County.
The Lions will look to defend the Collins Cup this weekend.
The Lions began the spring campaign on a positive note, taking two of three against Florida Tech in the Governor’s Cup Regatta.
Head coach Nicholas Lee Parker will focus the first months of his season building towards ‘peak speed’ and the Eastern Sprint qualifiers.
None of the boats in the four races Columbia participated in posted an especially promising result at Sunday's Princeton Chase.
Columbia had a seven-point lead down the stretch at Princeton, but was unable to come away with the win.
The Light Blue was unable to overcome a first-half deficit Friday, falling to the Quakers at the Palestra.
The Lions will need at least one win this weekend to earn a postseason berth.
In an announcement Tuesday, the former Penn head coach announced his assistant coaching staff for the 2015 season.
Some are skeptical that the former Penn coach will be able to reverse the historic losing culture of Light Blue football quickly.
Former Penn football coach Al Bagnoli was introduced as Columbia’s new head football coach at a press conference Tuesday held at the Faculty House.
After retiring from Penn at the end of the 2014 season, Bagnoli will lead the Light Blue into the 2015 season.