The defending Ivy co-champs will present plenty of trouble for the Lions.
Princeton recruited a wide receiver and instead got a two-time first-team All-Ivy cornerback.
Although the Lions showed signs of life, turnovers proved to be a stumbling block against Albany.
Greg Schiano’s coaching stint in the NFL proves initial failures in college football don’t always last forever.
Ryan Young argues that while Ivy League athletics may not be perfect, there are several endearing qualities that separate the Ancient Eight from the rest.
Sports media has handled the NFL scandals of late with professionalism.
Ryan Young discusses the upcoming resignation of Athletic Director M. Dianne Murphy, and how it could potentially affect the trajectory of Columbia athletics.
Women’s soccer defeated Fordham, courtesy of two goals by Madeline Linde. The win followed Friday’s victory over Cornell, and is the team’s third in a row.
Columbia fell to 3-3 on the year following a shutout loss to Iona.
Senior forward Coleen Rizzo returned to the stage on Friday night in thunderous fashion.
The Light Blue topped the Big Red in the Go Pink game.
Columbia looks to extend its home win streak at the annual Go Pink match.
Volleyball closed out its preseason schedule at the UConn Classic, suffering two losses but closing with a dominant win.
The Light Blue dropped its UConn Classic opener.
Field hockey tramples Georgetown in 8-1 win, marking the largest margin of victory for the Lions since 2006.
It took 85 minutes of grueling, slug-it-out competition on the sizzling turf of the Columbia Field Hockey Venue, but Cornell escaped Baker Athletics Complex on Saturday with a 2-1 overtime victory over Columbia (4-3, 1-1 Ivy).
The Lions will look to build on a strong Ivy League start in their home opener against Cornell.
At its first high-profile meet of the season, Columbia cross country hit a few stumbling blocks.
The men’s team has a chance to jump back into the national rankings with a good performance against the tough competition in Boston.
Men’s and women’s cross country began their season at Stony Brook’s Wolfie Invitational, garnering second- and third-place finishes respectively.
A fresh-faced Columbia’s women’s cross country team hopes to return to championship contention this season.
See what the Lions will be up to this weekend.
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.
The Lions lost their final singles representative in Pacific Palisades, California.
Senior Winston Lin will represent the Lions in singles, while seniors Ashok Narayana and Max Schnur will represent Columbia in doubles.
Women’s tennis kicks off Ivy League play at the Princeton Invitational this weekend, and will look to experiment with young lineups.
Women’s tennis struggled in the early going, but junior Kanika Vaidya secured a pair of wins in singles.
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.