The Columbia women's swimming & diving return to action on Saturday, Jan. 20 at 12 p.m. in a trip to Brown.
NEW YORK – Uris pool was full of excitement on Sunday, Jan. 14 as the Columbia women's swimming & diving team defeated Ivy League foe Cornell 171-129. The Lions were sensational in a homecoming win that saw standout performances in nearly every event.
The Columbia women's swimming & diving return to action for the first time in 2018 on sunday, Jan. 14 at 2 p.m. as they host Cornell in this year's homecoming meet. Fans can also catch the action through the media links above.
Princeton, N.J. – An Ivy League dual-meet against Princeton wrapped the 2017 calendar year for the Columbia women's swimming & diving team on Friday, Dec. 8 at DeNunzio Pool. The Tigers won 12 of 16 events to down the Lions 195-105. Despite the loss, Columbia saw a few impressive performances from its young and veteran swimmers.
NEW YORK - The Columbia women's swimming & diving will cap the calendar year on the road in a dual-meet at Princeton on Friday, Dec. 8 at 5 p.m. Fans can also catch the action streaming live on the Ivy League Network and through the media links above.
Columbus, Ohio - Julia Samson capped the Lions showings at the USA Swimming Winter National Championships on Saturday, Dec.2 with an impressive 'B' finals qualifying swim in the 200 backstroke. Samson clocked in with a time of 1:58.47, 11th best in the heat.
East Meadow, N.Y. - The Columbia women's swimming competed in its final session of the ECAC Winter Championships in the morning prelims on Saturday, Dec. 2. The Lions capped the meet with a number of standout performances listed below.
Helen Wojdylo highlighted the third day of the USA Swimming Winter National Championships for Columbia on Friday, Dec.1 with her preformances in the 100 breastroke. Wojdylo clocked in with a finals qulaifying time of 1:02.43 in the morning prelims, followed by a fifth-place finish in her finals heat with a time of 1:02.44.
Columbus, Ohio - On the second day of the USA Swimming Winter National Championships, a pair of Lions competed on the national stage at Ohio State University's McCorkle Aquatic Pavillion amongst some of the biggest names in the sport. Mary Ashby clocked in with a time of 23.48 in the 50 freestyle to highlight the day with the 34th-best time in a 43 swimmer field in the morning prelims.
NEW YORK - Short-course national titles will be on the line for many of the United States' top swimmers next week at USA Swimming's Winter National Championships, set for Nov. 29-Dec. 2 at Ohio State University's McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion. Several members of the Columbia swimming team will comepte amongst the nation's best inclding, Jessica Antiles, Mary Ashby, Emily Wang, Jordan Ashmore, Helen Wojdylo and Julia Sam
Piscataway, N.J. - With a combined score of 1229.5 points, the Columbia women's swimming & diving team placed third in a 14-team field at the Rutgers Frank Elm Invitational on Sunday, Nov. 19. The Lions were impressive all weekend long at the Werblin Recreation Center, highlighted by a record pefromance in the 200 Free Relay. The foursome of Susie Zhu, Mary Ashby, Kathleen O'Rourke and Jessica He combined for a winning time of 1:31.95 to set a new Rutger's pool record.
Piscataway, N.J. - A Rutger's Pool record setting performance in the 200 freestyle relay highlighted the opening day at the Frank Elm Inviatational for the Columbia swimming core on Friday, Nov. 17 at the Werblin Recreation Center. The foursome of Susie Zhu, Mary Ashby, Kathleen O'Rourke and Jessica He combined for a winning time of 1:31.95 to set a new Rutger's pool record.