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Senior center Mark Cisco earned Ivy League Co-Player of the Week honors on Jan. 21 after posting 18 points and nine rebounds at Cornell on Jan. 19.
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Columbia opened up Ivy League play with a rousing 67-58 victory at Cornell on Jan. 19. The Lions' faithful gave men's basketball a rousing welcome home on Jan. 26, packing a sold-out crowd of 2,583 into Levien Gym.
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Columbia put together a three meet win streak in the month highlighted by a Uris pool record breaking 800 Free Relay exhibition on Jan. 26.
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Micah Rembrandt has lead the diving core this month winning both the one-meter and three-meter dive events against Bucknell and Cornell.
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Columbia went 3-0 in the month of January while setting seven pool records. The win over Brown earned them a No. 23 ranking in the weekley Collegeswimming.com poll.
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Senior captain Katie Meili continued to have a stellar season. She broke two individual pool records in the month and was a member of two relay pool records.
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Marvellous Iheukwumere captured three first-place finishes in two meets to start the indoor season. She posted wins in the 200m(24.90) and 60m(7.60) at the Ivy League tri-meet against Dartmouth & Yale and 200m(24.29) at the Metropolitan Champions
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Women's Track & Field won the Metropolitan Championships for the second consecutive year at The Armory.
Wrestling won three matches during January, including a pair of victories during a California road trip. The Lions knocked off Cal Poly and San Francisco State on the road before downing American in the first match of the season in University Gym.
Josh Houldsworth highlighted the individual accomplishments of the Lions, winning all six of his bouts in January.
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Columbia notched its first three wins of the season during the month of January. Kate Calihan led the Lions with a 6-2 record filling multiple spots in the middle of the ladder for Columbia.
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The Lions racked up five wins in the month of January. Ramit Tandon, the male student-athlete of the month, posted an 8-1 record with two wins over top-20 opponents.
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Senior Brittany Simmons led the entire Ivy League in steals throughout January (2.5 per game)
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Mark Feigen picked up two wins to open the indoor season in the Ivy League tri-meet. He won the 1000m (2:27.00) and helped win the 4x800m relay.
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Women earned a No. 3 national ranking (highest ranking since 2008), while the men checked in at No. 7 in the CollegeFencing360.com National Coaches Poll
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Jackie Dubrovich was named National Rookie of the Week by CollegeFencing360.com and the January Student-Athlete of the Month at Columbia
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