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.
The unprecedented success of Ivy League men’s tennis in recent years can be attributed to many factors.
Women’s tennis remains tied for second place in the Ivy League after it split its weekend series against Yale and Brown.
Columbia men's tennis captured two wins this weekend, meaning the Lions are now just one win away from the Ivy title.
The Lions will return to the Dick Savitt Tennis Center looking to extend their three-match win streak.
The No. 46 Lions will play Ivy rivals on the road this weekend looking to extend a two-match win streak.
The Light Blue claimed victories over Dartmouth and Harvard in impressive fashion—winning 11 of 14 individual matches across the entire weekend.