Smith finished the regular season as the conference's second-leading scorer and ranked first in assists.
The Lions saw their Ivy League Tournament hopes disappear with a 93-74 loss to Harvard and Cornell's triumph over Dartmouth on the final day of the regular season.
Despite the loss, Columbia's Ivy League Tournament hopes remain in its own hands after receiving help from Harvard and Princeton.
The Lions will close the regular season at Dartmouth Friday (ESPN3/ILN) and Harvard Saturday (ILN) for a pair of key games in the #RoadToIvyMadness.
Columbia (8-17, 5-7) now sits in a tie with Cornell, also 5-7 in conference play with one weekend left in the regular season.
The Lions hung on to claim sole possession of the fourth and final Ivy League Tournament spot with three games to go thanks to 24 points from Mike Smith and 19 from Gabe Stefanini.
The Lions host the Bears and Bulldogs for a pair of key games in the #RoadToIvyMadness for Senior Weekend. Friday will be on ILN at 7 pm. and Saturday's contest will tip at 8:30 p.m. on SNY.
Columbia men's basketball announced the dates for its 2018 Summer Camps. This year, there are eight options to choose from, including five day camps and three overnight sessions.
A 12-2 run to open the game and a career-night from Kyle Castlin help the Lions stay in the Ivy League Tournament race.
An 18-0 second half run and a 23-point performance off the bench by Devon Goodman helped Penn claim a 74-62 men's basketball victory over Columbia Friday evening at Levien Gymnasium.
The Lions take on the 7-1 Quakers Friday night before welcoming the defending Ivy League Champs Tigers to Levien Saturday. Both games are at 7 p.m. on SNY and NBC Sports Philly +.
Stefanini earned his second Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors after leading the Lions, averaging 18.5 points per game and went 7-of-9 from 3-point range in a pair of tough road games.