The third team victory of the weekend gave the Columbia men's tennis team an ECAC Championship, after the Lions knocked off Cornell, 4-1, today at Princeton.
The Columbia men's tennis team advanced to the championship match of the ECAC Championship after a 4-0 defeat of Dartmouth, today at Princeton.
In the first match of the ECAC Championship on Friday, the top-seeded Columbia men's tennis team knocked off the No. 8 seed St. John's, 4-0.
Play at the 2017 ECAC Men's Tennis Championship will get under way Friday for Columbia, as the Lions hope to best a field of mostly Ivy League competition at Princeton.
The No. 19 ranked Columbia men's tennis team won four of six singles matches to outlast No. 24 TCU, 4-3.
In the first of two matches this weekend against ranked opponents, No. 19 Columbia was upended by No. 18 Michigan, 5-2, today at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center.
Due to tough travel conditions with the ongoing snowstorm in the Northeast, the Columbia men's tennis team will now host Michigan on Saturday at 11 a.m.
In the first home match of the spring season, the Columbia men's tennis team topped Buffalo, 6-1.
The first home match for the Columbia men's tennis team will get under way Saturday, when the Lions welcome Buffalo to Dick Savitt Tennis Center for a 4 p.m. match.
Quentin Monaghan was hired as the Volunteer Assistant coach for men's tennis in January of 2017.
After a defeat the day before at the hand of No. 13 Oklahoma State, the No. 22 ranked Columbia men's tennis team bounced back to top Tulsa, 4-0.
On Friday against No. 13 Oklahoma State, the Cowboys swept doubles finished the first two doubles matches with victories, before claiming wins in three singles matches to earn the 4-1 win.