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Photo Gallery: 2013 February Highlights 3/4/2013
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  • 640 472 The Columbia women's indoor track & field team garnered All-Ivy League six selections as Marvellous Iheukwumere lead the way with two. 208006416 The Ivy League/Bill Danielewski
    426 640 Sophomore Steve Frankoski was named to the Ivy League weekly honor roll twice and averaged a team-best 10.8 points on 50-percent shooting from downtown. 207898143 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars Buy Photo
    426 640 The Lions handed Harvard its first and only Ivy League defeat, 78-63, on Feb. 10 in front of a packed Levien Gymnasium crowd. 207884144 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars Buy Photo
    426 640 Senior co-captains Steve Santos (149 pounds) and Stephen West (174 pounds) earned first team All-Ivy League Honors. 207953718 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars
    426 640 Four Columbia wrestlers garnered spots on 2013 All-Ivy League teams. 207712550 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars Buy Photo
    426 640 The women’s squash team posted a pair of wins at the 2013 CSA National Team Championships to finish the season ranked 11th, the highest in program history. 207653147 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars Buy Photo
  • 426 640 The men’s squash team closed out the season ranked 12th in the nation following the 2013 CSA National Team Championships. Ramit Tandon, Mohamed AbdelMaksoud and Tony Zou each received an invitation to compete in the CSA Individual National Championships. 207652977 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars Buy Photo
    426 640 The women’s tennis program set a new standard during the month of February, rising to No. 46 in the nation. The ranking on Feb. 26 was the first time in Columbia tennis history that the Lions crack the ITA top 50. 207625977 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars Buy Photo
    426 640 The men’s tennis team rose to No. 33 in the nation after winning four of their five matches in February. The ranking is the highest since the 1987 season when the Lions ascended to No. 15. 207614066 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars Buy Photo
    426 640 Winston Lin highlighted the individual accomplishments with a three-set triumph over then No. 3 Matija Pecotic from Princeton. 207614033 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars Buy Photo
    426 640 With seven points in a win over Mount St. Mary’s, Johnson surpassed Holly Glynn '09CC mark of 186 points to become the all-time points leader in program history. Her career points stood at 192 after tallying a team leading four points at Lafayette on Feb. 27. 206397986 Columbia University Athletics/Mike McLaughlin
    426 640 David Jakl Posted five wins in three meets in the month February, includiing three wins against No. 22 Princeton 206314383 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars Buy Photo
  • 426 640 For the first time in 32 years, the Columbia men's swimming & diving team defeated the Princeton Tigers to cap the regular season with seven straight victories. 207549647 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars Buy Photo
    426 640 The Columbia swimming & diving team won six straight dual-meets to finish the regular season, including the programs first home win over Princeton. The Lions finished third in the Ivy League at 5-2. 207551747 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars
    426 640 Meili picked up three individual win the final home victory of the season over Princeton, including two pool record in the 200 breast and 200 IM. She also won three individual events, which included two pool records in the 500 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay in a victory at Dartmouth. 206345921 Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars
    426 640 Harrison McFann earned second-team indoor track & field All-Ivy League honors with his performance in the 800m run and the 4x800m relay. 206399134 Columbia University Athletics/Steven Ryan
    426 640 Miwa Tachibana set new a career-highs of 16 points and seven field goals made to help lift Columbia in the win vs. Brown (2/15) and followed with a 15-point performance vs. Yale (2/16). She averaged 10.6 ppg in Feb., scoring in double digits on four occasions. 207847016 Columbia University Athletics/Mike McLaughlin Buy Photo
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