The Lions honored the 2016-17 team and its five graduating seniors - Jeff Coby, Kendall Jackson, Chris McComber, Luke Petrasek and Conor Voss.
Petrasek's selection marks the fifth time in six years a Columbia men's basketball player has garnered All-Met honors.
The Lions will host a total of seven sessions in Levien Gymnasium, providing opportunities for basketball players of every age and skill level.
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Petrasek led the Lions and ranked fourth in the Ancient Eight, averaging 15.1 points per game.
The Ivy League has selected Columbia Hall of Famers Jonathan Schiller '69CC and Judie Lomax '10BC as Legends of Ivy League Basketball.
Yale's Alex Copeland converted on a layup with 1:18 to go to put the Bulldogs up for good. The loss coupled with Penn's win over Harvard ends the Lions' season.
Luke Petrasek paced the Lions with 18 points and Mike Smith added 17. Despite the loss, Columbia received some help to stay in the running for the fourth and final Ivy League Tournament spot.
The Lions spend the final regular season weekend in New England with hopes of clinching an Ivy League Tournament berth.
Lions move into fourth place in Ivy League standings and send seniors off with win in final game at Levien Gymnasium.
Columbia hosts Penn for an important game tomorrow night at Levien Gymnasium. Tipoff is at 7 p.m. the Ivy League Digital Network and simulcast on ESPN3.
GoColumbiaLions.com asked each of our five senior men's basketball players their thoughts as they prepare for their final two home collegiate games this weekend at Levien Gymnasium. The Lions host Princeton on Friday (7 p.m.) and then Penn on Saturday (7 p.m.) for Senior Day. The fifth guest columnist is Kendall Jackson, a 5-foot-8 senior guard from Union City, Calif.