The first-place finishes were the first for the program since the varsity eight was victorious in 2000 and the Lions claimed the Jope Cup for as the overall lightweight championship.
The Columbia heavyweight varsity eight fell in the Stevenson Cup regatta to close out the regular season.
The Lions take on Navy for the Maxwell Stevenson Cup with George Washington and Hobart joining the regatta on Mercer Lake, site of the IRA National Championships.
BU edged out Syracuse and the Lions in the varsity eight to retain the Doc Lusins Trophy for the eighth consecutive season.
The Lions will vie for more hardware against Boston University with Syracuse rowing as a guest in the regatta.
The Columbia heavyweight rowing team finished second to Yale in the Blackwell Cup varsity eight race, but was able to make up ground on Penn to avenge a loss to the Quakers last weekend.
The Columbia heavyweight rowing team will face No. 2 Yale and No. 14 Penn for the Blackwell Cup at home this Saturday in an exciting morning of racing
The Lions finished behind Princeton and Penn as the Tigers retained the trophy for the ninth straight year.
The Lions will look to hoist the Childs Cup for the first time since 2009 on Lake Carnegie tomorrow morning.
The first of three airings is set to take place Thursday, May 10 at 6:00 p.m. (EDT).
The Lions continued another cup streak after topping MIT for the Alumni Cup in the varsity eight Saturday in Boston.
The Lions will set their sights on its second straight cup victory of the season when they take on MIT for the Alumni Cup and race Dartmouth and Holy Cross as guests in the regatta.