The men are the highest seed in their region and will be traveling to Tennessee. The women, heading to the NCAA Tournament for the first time, will be going to Kentucky.
Women’s tennis came up short in its Ivy title chase while rowing, softball, track and field, men’s and women’s golf, and lacrosse were in action.
The Lions would have won a share of the Ivy League title with a win, but instead, Columbia fell to first-place Princeton.
The Lions took care of the Quakers to stay in the hunt for a share of an Ivy League title.
After suffering its first Ivy loss last weekend, women’s tennis ends the season against Penn and Princeton. The Lions are in the hunt for a conference title and postseason play.
The Lions had their unbeaten streak snapped by the Bulldogs, putting their Ivy title aspirations in jeopardy.
Women’s tennis competes on the road this weekend, traveling to Providence and New Haven to take on Brown and No. 59 Yale.
A weekend of mixed results for Columbia featured a pair of convincing victories for women’s tennis.
The Lions continued to dominate, improving to 3-0 against Ivy League competition.
Women’s tennis faces Harvard and Dartmouth during a tough road swing this weekend. Last week, the Lions notched an Ivy win over Cornell, while the Big Green and the Crimson have yet to play a league opponent.
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