Junior Camille Zimmerman continued to state her case for Ivy League Player of the Year, netting a game-high 31 points in Columbia's 68-59 loss to Ivy League-leading Penn.
Camille Zimmerman broke the Columbia women's basketball program's single-season Div. I scoring record.
The Columbia women's basketball team (13-10, 3-7 Ivy) goes on its final road trip of the regular season to battle the top two teams in the Ivy League.
Columbia junior Camille Zimmerman was named Women's Div. I Player of the Week by the Met Basketball Writers Association for games played Feb. 13-19.
Judie Lomax was a two-time NCAA Division I rebounding champion and the first Columbia women's basketball player to be named Ivy League Player of the Year. She was instrumental to the Lions' unit that set a school record with 18 wins and finished the 2009-10 season third in the Ivy League with a record of 9-5.
The Columbia women's basketball team shot a season-high 53 percent from 3-point range and outrebounded Dartmouth by 17 to earn a 69-48 victory Saturday night at Levien Gym.
The Columbia women's basketball team dug itself out of an early 12-point hole and took Harvard down to the wire, but could not pull out the victory, 58-55, Friday night at Levien Gymnasium.
The Columbia women's basketball team (12-9, 2-6 Ivy) welcomes Ivy League foes Harvard (18-3, 6-2 Ivy) and Dartmouth (6-15, 1-7 Ivy) to Levien Gymnasium for Alumni Weekend.
The Columbia women's basketball team rallied from 28 points down to put Princeton on the ropes in the fourth quarter, but ultimately came up short, 62-52.
Junior Camille Zimmerman scored a game-high 28 points, but it wasn't enough for the Columbia women's basketball to upset Ivy League-leading Penn, 64-54, Friday night at Levien Gymnasium.
The Columbia women's basketball team closes out the first half of the Ivy League season this Friday and Saturday, welcoming defending champion Penn and Princeton to Levien Gymnasium.
Columbia University Athletics and the Collegiate Sports Management Group have combined efforts to bring Pure Silk into the fold as a corporate sponsor, bringing preferred women's products to the Columbia audience, with an immediate focus on sponsoring the rising Columbia Women's Basketball program.