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 Lions baseball team will look to bring an offensive advantage to Wednesday’s matchup with Rutgers.
Baseball comes one walk-off single away from a potential four-game sweep of Princeton this weekend.
Columbia’s victory brings its winning streak to eight games. The Lions are 13-1 since falling to Duke on March 18th.
Servais, a senior, has been a contributor for the Tigers for four years.
Columbia baseball has faced a rigorous schedule this season, but it has only toughened the team for straw-filled squads like this week’s opponent—St. John’s.
Columbia cruised in the first game, winning 8-0, and took the second game, 11-3.
An offensive onslaught keyed the Lions’ sweep of Yale, as the Light Blue scored 16 runs in the first game and nine runs in the second game.
The Lions will face the high-powered offenses of the Bears and the Elis.