The Lions will need at least one win this weekend to earn a postseason berth.
The Crimson ensured that this year’s visit to Levien would be a little more comfortable than the past three, pulling away with over 11 minutes to go for the win.
Things were close much of the way in Levien, but Dartmouth pulled away midway through the second half to drop the Lions below .500 in league play.
Junior guard Maodo Lo lead the Lions to a weekend sweep last week, but he’ll need some more help to knock off Harvard.
The Lions will honor four seniors at its senior night against Princeton.
Lions’ first-year guard Alexa Giuliano hit eight threes in the 82-81 loss to Harvard, setting a program record.
First-year forward Camille Zimmerman—fresh off her program record sixth Ivy rookie of the week award—hits the road this weekend.
The men’s basketball team may not have performed as expected this season, but there has been more good than bad to take away.
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“All of them?!” head coach Brett Boretti screamed into his cellphone, looking back at me with a look of utter disbelief. “He left all of them,” he repeated in a more subdued tone.
I had forgotten my jerseys.
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 compete in the NCAA Regionals in hopes of earning spots at the NCAA Championships.
Columbia fencing wrapped up its collegiate slate with the Historical Meet at NYU.
For the first time since 2008, both Columbia fencing men’s and women’s teams earned the title of Ivy League Champions.
Both men’s and women’s fencing remain in the hunt after the first day of Ivy Championships.
First-year Osama Khalifa came within a few points of earning a national title, as he pushed eventual champion Ahmed Abdel Khalek to five sets.
Women’s squash participated in the Individual National Championships this weekend with junior Reyna Pacheco claiming the Holleran Cup consolation title.
The Lions will compete in the B Division Holleran Cup.
Ramit Tandon will not be among the Lions representing Columbia at the Individual National Championships this weekend.
Swimming and Diving
Both men's and women's swimming and diving teams recorded lackluster performances over the weekend.
The Lions will swim in their final races of the season this weekend.
The Lions cap off their season, itching for an Ivy title.
The red-hot Lions head to the Ivy League Championships in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hoping for an upset.
The Lions aren’t overlooking Monmouth as they wrap up their homestand this weekend.
The Lions narrowly beat the Tigers by a score of 4-3 last season.
It was hard to find flaw in the Lions last weekend as they swept their match with Boston University.
The Lions will compete in their final indoor race before NCAAs.
Women’s track and field posts an impressive second-place finish at Ivy Championships, but the men’s team stumbled to seventh-place finish.
Both the men and the women had solid performances at the first day of the Ivy League Championships.
The Lions will race men’s and women’s teams at Heps this weekend.
The Lions will return to the EIWA Championships in hopes of obtaining individual NCAA bids.
Columbia earned its first two Ivy wins of the season, against Harvard and Brown this weekend.
The Lions look for wins in their final team competitions this 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.
Football consultant Rick Taylor took center stage on Wednesday as he explained that Columbia football can be successful, but there is a lot to improve upon.
The Lions open series against No. 9 Central Florida on Friday.
Columbia baseball’s youth shined over the weekend, as the first-years’ bats helped give the Lions a split series with No. 6 Houston.
The defending champion Lions will play a four game series against No. 6 Houston.