Columbia junior Camille Zimmerman has been named the All-Met Division I women's college basketball Player of the Year. The Met Basketball Writers Association (MBWA) announced its annual award winners and All-Met Teams on Tuesday.
The Columbia women's basketball team will compete in the 2017 Cancun Challenge, Nov. 23-25, at the all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.
Ten Columbia University student-athletes were named to the 2017 Winter Academic All-Ivy League Team, league officials announced on Wednesday morning.
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Following a record-setting junior season in which she led the Ivy League in both scoring and rebounding, Camille Zimmerman was unanimously voted First Team All-Ivy League.
This summer, Columbia women's basketball fans will have the unique opportunity to step onto the court with head coach and Columbia Athletics Hall of Famer Megan Griffith '07CC, as the Lions will host five sessions of basketball camps, providing opportunities for basketball players of every age and skill level.
The Ivy League has selected Columbia Hall of Famers Jonathan Schiller '69CC and Judie Lomax '10BC as Legends of Ivy League Basketball.
There was a lot to celebrate Saturday night at Levien Gymnasium, as the Columbia women's basketball team's senior class was honored and junior Camille Zimmerman broke a 30-year-old scoring record, but the Lions faded down the stretch in a loss to Yale, 55-47.
Despite Camille Zimmerman's game-high 22 points, the Columbia women's basketball team could not overcome the 3-point shooting of Brown in a 76-59 loss Friday night at Levien Gymnasium.
The Columbia women's basketball team hosts its final two games of the regular season, welcoming Brown and Yale to Levien Gymnasium this weekend.
In this episode, Coach Griffith talks to Joe and Tom about all the work that is necessary to run the Columbia women's basketball team.
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.