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Columbia finished 15th at the 50th Ken Kraft Midlands Championships hosted by Northwestern Dec. 29-30. No. 8/15 Steve Santos claimed fourth-place, going 5-2 with a pair of wins over nationally-ranked grapplers.
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The women's squash team kicked off the 2012-13 campaign hosting No. 6 Cornell at the SL Green StreetSquash Center Dec. 2.
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Ramit Tandon, Mohamed AbdelMaksoud, Alec Goldberg and Alex Nalle each picked up wins against opponents from No. 4 Cornell. The Big Red narrowly edged Columbia, 5-4, in the Lions lone match of the month.
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Meili posted a pair of wins in the 100 and 200 breaststroke events to lead Columbia to its first dual-meet win of the season at Penn on Dec. 7.
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The Lions defeated Penn 159-140 for the first win on the season on Dec. 7
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Senior Brian Barbour became just the 25th player in men's basketball program history to score 1,000 points for his career. In addition, he was named a candidate for the Cousy Award, given out annually to the nation's best point guard.
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Men's basketball continued its non-conference schedule with four games in December and closed the calendar year with a 69-58 victory over cross-town rival Manhattan.
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Finished out the 2012 home season with a bang by defeating St. Francis Brooklyn 49-45 at home on Dec. 11
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Senior Brittany Simmons earned College Sports Madness Ivy League Women's Basketball Player of the Week honors after lifting the Lions to a 49-45 victory over St. Francis Brooklyn
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