The conference-leading Bulldogs were a little too much for the Light Blue to handle.
The Lions hope to right the ship after a disappointing loss to Cornell last week.
As the Ivy season deepens, the men’s basketball team seeks to increase the number of active scorers in its roster.
Unable to crack Cornell, Columbia heads out on a two-game road trip, in search of its first Ivy win of the season.
The Light Blue dropped its second straight game against the Big Red 45-41.
After losing last week to Cornell, the Lions hope home-court advantage will make a difference this Saturday.
Camille Zimmerman ranks sixth among all Ivy scorers and is in Rookie of the Year contention, while Alexa Giuliano has added range to the Ivy offense and is second in the Ivies in three-pointers made.
The media frenzy surrounding the NFL’s most recent scandal will help—not hurt—the Patriots this Sunday.
Whether it’s blizzards or basketball, people should be careful about forecasting too quickly.
The Light Blue needs to grab a win at home this weekend in order to solidify its spot as a serious Ivy League contender.
As the search for Athletic Director M. Dianne Murphy's replacement continues, Columbia's former athletes call for transparency.
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.
Men’s fencing struggled to find form, but women’s fencing went undefeated in both the St. John’s Super Cup and the NYU Invitational.
Both the No. 4 men’s and No. 2 women’s fencing teams will face the best teams in the country.
Both the men's and women's fencing teams opened up the year with a solid performance at the Penn State Invitational.
The Light Blue is headed to Pennsylvania to take on a tough field of competition.
The Lions and the Crimson are both undefeated in league play.
The Lions look to set a program record for Ivy League wins this weekend.
Men’s squash cruises past George Washington in its final nonconference match of the year.
Swimming and Diving
After wins against Brown and Bucknell last weekend, men’s swimming and diving looks to secure its fourth straight win on Saturday.
The Lions won their first meet of the season against the Bears in a convincing fashion.
The Lions will host Brown on Saturday, followed by Bucknell on Sunday.
The Lions have not lost a home opener in the past five seasons.
Columbia stumbles to two losses at ITA Kick-Off Weekend.
Despite inconsistent doubles play over the weekend, men’s tennis storms to a pair of victories.
The No. 38 Lions will kick off the weekend against No. 18 Georgia Tech.
The best of Light Blue will compete against athletes from over 70 colleges at the Armory Invitational.
Track and field comes up short in its first indoor matchup with Ivy foes, as the men placed second and the women placed third.
Track and field will compete in its first Ivy meet of the indoor season this weekend.
The Lions, especially on the women’s side, had a few stellar performances at the NYC Gotham Cup, held at the Armory.
The Lions finished a busy weekend with two wins and a difficult loss against Bucknell.
The Lions will wrestle at Bucknell on Friday, and then host American and Hofstra on Sunday.
Columbia wrestling won duals against both Buffalo and Binghamton this weekend.
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.