The Columbia women's rowing team wrapped up the 2017 spring season at the Ivy League Championship on Sunday at Cooper River in Pennsauken, New Jersey. The Lions finished sixth overall, earning their best team points finish in four years.
Columbia competes in the 2017 Ivy League Women's Rowing Championship on Sunday. The regatta is held at Cooper River in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, with the winner of the Varsity 8+ earning the league's automatic berth to the NCAA Championships.
The Columbia women's rowing varsity four picked up gold to highlight a successful Sunday at the Women's Eastern Sprints, contested at Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass.
The Columbia women's rowing team makes its final preparations before the Ivy League Championship when it competes in the Women's Sprints on Sunday. The 16-team regatta will be held at Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass., and will be live streamed on YouTube, courtesy of USRowing.
The varsity eight topped both Penn and Cornell to highlight the Columbia women's rowing team's weekend of races at the Clemson Invitational. The Lions competed against 21 of the nation's top programs.
The Columbia women's rowing team will compete alongside 20 of the nation's best programs Saturday and Sunday at the fifth annual Clemson Invitational.
The Columbia women's rowing team was edged by Northeastern and Yale over the weekend. The Lions raced Northeastern for the Woodbury Cup on Saturday at Overpack Park and were clipped by 6.6 seconds.
It is a busy weekend ahead for the Columbia women's rowing team. The Lions host Northeastern on Saturday morning at Overpeck Park for the Woodbury Cup. Sunday morning, Columbia will be competing at Yale for the Connell Cup, which can be seen on the Ivy League Digital Network.
The Columbia women's rowing team hosted Clemson and Princeton on Saturday at Overpeck Park, posting a time of 7:58.6 to finish second in the varsity eight.
The Columbia women's rowing team continues a stretch of three straight weeks at home with a regatta against Clemson and Princeton on Saturday.
The Lions topped the Scarlet Knights in the varsity and second varsity eight events at Overpeck Park.
The Columbia women's rowing team begins a stretch of three straight home weekends when it hosts Rutgers on Saturday. The races at Overpeck Park in Leonia, N.J. will begin at 9 a.m.