The Columbia women's basketball team plays its first home game of the Ivy League season this Saturday when it hosts Cornell at Levien Gymnasium. Tip is set for 4 p.m., and serves as the front end of a doubleheader with the men's basketball game against the Big Red. Saturday's game will air live on the Ivy League Network. A tape delay will air on SportsNet NY (SNY) on Sunday at 3 p.m. and Monday at 1 p.m.
Columbia Athletics is excited to offer fun-filled fan promotions during the Ivy League home men's and women's basketball season! Call the ticket office at 888-LIONS-11 for more information about any of the promotions listed.
First-year Riley Casey had the best shooting night of her young career, hitting 6-of-13 from beyond the arc on her way to a season-high 20 points, but defending Ivy League champion Penn proved to be too much, 70-51, Saturday evening at the Palestra.
Senior Camille Zimmerman scored a season-high 29 points, but the Columbia women's basketball team couldn't provide enough support and was defeated by Princeton, 69-47, Friday night at Jadwin Gymnasium. The game was Columbia's first of the Ivy League season.
Columbia begins its 32nd season of Ivy League women's basketball with a Friday-Saturday back-to-back against Princeton and Penn.
Columbia Athletics announced that senior Camille Zimmerman (women's basketball) and sophomore Mike Smith (men's basketball) were named December Student-Athletes of the Month.
Former Columbia basketball standouts Ellen Bossert '86CC and Alton Byrd '79CC were selected as part of the 16-member class of Legends of Ivy League Basketball.
Columbia Athletics hosted its annual Fireside Chat with basketball coaches Jim Engles and Megan Griffith Wednesday evening at the Arts & Crafts Beer Parlor in Morningside Heights. The event gave fans full access to both coaches before both Lions teams begin Ivy League play this weekend at Princeton (Friday) and Penn (Saturday).
Fans can now purchase single-session tickets for the 2018 Ivy League Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments, March 10-11 at The Palestra.
The Columbia women's basketball team came up on the losing end of a game that came down to the wire against defending MEAC champion Hampton, 60-58, Wednesday evening at the Hampton Convocation Center.
Catch up with Columbia basketball head coaches Jim Engles and Megan Griffith as they prepare for the Ivy League season during an intimate fireside chat at the Arts & Crafts Beer Parlor.
Columbia begins the New Year with its final non-conference game of the season, visiting Hampton on Wednesday at 6 p.m. The game will be available online courtesy of Media.HamptonU.edu.