Columbia baseball won all four of its games against Cornell this weekend, keeping pace with Penn in the Lou Gehrig Division.
The league-leading Light Blue will take on the third-best team in the Lou Gehrig Division this weekend.
Eight different pitchers were called upon in the Light Blue’s loss.
The Light Blue saw a ten run scoring deficit over the course of the weekend’s games.
Strong pitching by Tonia Wu and Tessa Kroll carried the Lions over the Peacocks on Thursday.
Big run production is likely for the Lions against two of the worst pitching staffs in the NCAA.
The claim that America is retreating from its favorite pastime is undoubtedly false.
David Spinosa travels through the history of baseball, and its influence on the development of a Light Blue team.
Justin Aimonetti attributes the recent successes of his favorite baseball teams to their managers’ unconventional styles.
From David Speer’s dominance against Penn to Meiko Lyles’ game-winning three to beat Princeton, sports columnist Ryan Young has seen it all at Columbia.
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.
No plans exist as of yet for the future of Barnard’s popular Sports Recreation Program
The No. 23 Lions overcame Princeton and Penn to earn their second consecutive championship banner this past weekend.
Women’s tennis upset Princeton’s bid for a perfect season, but then fell to Penn on Sunday, which ultimately cost Columbia a shared Ivy title.
The loss guarantees the No. 40 Tigers (12-8, 6-1 Ivy) the Ivy crown.
A sweep this weekend could give the Lions a share of the Ivy League title.
The Light Blue will take on No. 35 Princeton and Penn in its final conference matches of the season.
Columbia track and field shined in the individual events, despite not earning any top team placings.
A strong showing this weekend could earn a number of Lions spots at the NCAA Outdoor Championships Preliminary Round.
Columbia track and field posted several top finishes at the George Mason Invitational.
The Lions will compete to qualify for Regionals this weekend.
Men’s golf concluded its regular season with a sixth-place finish at the Wolfpack Spring Open in Raleigh, N.C.
The Light Blue will tee off within a competitive 12-team field in Raleigh on Saturday.
Men's golf posted three impressive rounds at Poplar Grove Golf Course in Virginia to grab seventh place.
The Light Blue struggled to keep pace with the Bulldogs and Quakers on Saturday.
The Light Blue is hoping to redeem itself after last weekend’s last place finish.
Columbia women's rowing finished second in the Woodbury Cup, while Northeastern took first and Duke placed third.
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.
Amid the tumultuous turns of the program and athletics department, the Al Bagnoli hire fell perfectly into place.
The Lions’ new staff is another step towards redefining the football program.
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.