The former Light Blue slugger will head to Tampa Bay, Florida, where he will join the Gulf Coast Yankees.
The three Light Blue players chosen in Wednesday's draft mark a new program high.
After splitting their first two games against the Hurricanes, the Lions dropped the rubbermatch 21-3, ending the team’s monumental season.
The Lions topped the Panthers, 4-3, before defeating No. 6 Miami, 3-0, forcing a final game Monday against the Hurricanes to determine which team moves on.
The Light Blue ended its season on a sour note, winning just one of four games against the Quakers.
The last-place Lions will take on the division-leading Quakers.
The softball team split two games against Rider in its final nonconference games of the season.
The Light Blue saw a ten run scoring deficit over the course of the weekend’s games.
Lions, Tigers, and Bears…Oh my.
Yet again, the Lions find themselves in a one-game play-off against Penn for the Lou Gehrig Division title.
Thanks to their head coaches, football and basketball will see success in the seasons to come.
Last month, Dartmouth junior guard Alex Mitola announced his transfer to George Washington. Despite rumors of his own departure, Lions’ own junior guard Maodo Lo has no plans to leave anytime soon.
Emily Jacobson, CC '08, will be inducted into the Fencing Hall of Fame in a ceremony to be held next year.
As Nadia Eke wraps up her time at Columbia, she reflects on her collegiate career and looks toward her future in track and field.
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.
The team’s five seniors—Ashok Narayana, Max Schnur, Eric Jacobs, Winston Lin, and Bert Vancura—have transformed an Ivy contender into a formidable national program.
The Light Blue topped a pair of tough opponents on the road to advance to the sweet 16 for the second straight year, where No. 3 Virginia awaits.
A recap of this season’s highlights for the No. 17 ranked Columbia men’s tennis team.
The No. 23 Lions overcame Princeton and Penn to earn their second consecutive championship banner this past weekend.
Columbia senior Nadia Eke will leave Morningside Heights after four decorated years, but her career in track and field is far from over.
Eke will return home to Massachusetts to begin training in the triple jump for the 2015 World Championships in Beijing and the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
A review of the indoor and part of the outdoor season for the Columbia track and field team.
Ben Eversole headlined Columbia track and field’s final regular season meet, earning first place in the 1500-meter run.
Only some of the Lions will compete this weekend.
Men’s golf could not keep pace with Penn over the course of three rounds at Ivy League Championships, ending the weekend in fourth.
The Light Blue saw its first-round lead slip, as Harvard and Yale rebounded to earn the top two spots.
Yale and Harvard will present the toughest challenges for the Lions in both the team and individual competitions at the championship.
The Lions are coming off of team and individual championships in last weekend’s River Landing Classic.
The Lions topped Princeton in the first varsity eights by 3.4 seconds.
The Light Blue competed against the Under-23 New Zealand national team and No. 2 Washington on Saturday.
The Lions will look to rebound after tough races last weekend.
The Lions will use this weekend’s regatta to tune up for their championship season.
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.
According to Yahoo Sports, Florida head football coach Jim McElwain confirmed that the former Gator backup will transfer to Columbia.
A review of the Morningside madness of the Columbia football team.
Former Lions head football coach Pete Mangurian answers questions raised after back-to-back winless seasons and allegations of player abuse.