New York Red Bulls II has signed defender Andrew Tinari to a USL contract, the club announced today, pending league and federation approval.
Welcome to our series on Student-Athlete Impact! Throughout the month of February, you will be hearing from some of our student-athletes as they tell their stories of their time here at Columbia. Today we profile soccer player Rhys Williams, our final student-athlete story during February.
Men's Soccer star Leslie "Tiger" Fitzpatrick left a lasting impact at Columbia, one that is still felt today. Fitzpatrick still holds coveted spots in the Columbia record books including #9 on all time career goals, #3 for single season assists, #3 for career assists, and #7 for career points. During his career at Columbia he was a four-time All-Ivy and two-time All-Region honoree.
Former Columbia men's soccer standout Charles Balsamo will be honored at the NYC Soccer Gala on Wednesday, March 1 at the New York Athletic Club.
Columbia varsity sports teams now have access to a brand-new indoor winter practice facility as the University officially opened its Seasonal Air-Supported Structure (SASS) at Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium, Campbell Family Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education Peter Pilling announced on Friday afternoon.
Rhys Williams, formerly of the Columbia men's soccer team, has earned a trial with Orlando City FC of the MLS.
Columbia's Andrew Tinari has received a training camp invitation to play with Minnesota United FC, the newest MLS franchise.
Five men and five women Columbia University student-athletes were named to the 2016 Fall Academic All-Ivy League Team, league officials announced on Thursday afternoon.
Men's soccer goalkeeper Dylan Castanheira and women's basketball's Camille Zimmerman were selected Columbia's Student-Athletes of the Month for November.
Columbia seniors Andrew Tinari and Rhys Williams will take part in a local combine held by the New York Red Bulls over the next two days.
The Columbia men's soccer team saw juniors Arthur Bosua and Alex Bangerl named to the NSCAA All-East Region teams, announced today.
Bosua earned Offensive Player of the Year, Markarian was the Rookie of the Year, and Anderson's staff picked up Coach of the Year.