The path to a top-half finish was rocky, but that's where the men's basketball team stands at the end of the regular season.
The Light Blue didn't improve much in terms of record, but they did start getting blown out a little less frequently—which is a start.
Women’s tennis will refocus its sights on finishing its nonconference season strong after a disappointing loss to Georgia State.
Columbia was able to make a name for itself defensively in nonconference play because it applied pressure along the perimeter. The strategy hasn't been as effective in conference play because Ivy teams don't rely on three-pointers as much.
Columbia is approaching 20 wins this season partly because of its success in tight games.
Columbia has won twice in two weekends, a nice rebound from a tough start to conference play.
Frankoski, Lyles step up in a big way with Mullins recovering.
The Columbia women's basketball roster includes five promising first-year players.
The Light Blue is evidently missing the key ability to close games, which has resulted in post-halftime collapses on several occasions, including the loss of a 20-point lead against Yale last Saturday.
The Lions are off to their best start in years, and credit has to go to their knack for the early goal. Columbia (5-2-0) has yet to lose in a game in which they score in the first half.
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