Anne Cebula took home individual bronze
Columbia claimed the doubles point and three singles victories to upend No. 9 Oklahoma State.
Women's squash defeated Cornell
The Lions face No. 9 Oklahoma State on Sunday after a win over No. 12 Baylor.
Twelve individual awards were presented and a 30-member senior class was recognized by Patricia and Shepard Alexander Head Coach of Football Al Bagnoli as Columbia University and the Columbia Football Players Club hosted its annual 2017 football awards banquet Saturday evening at Low Library. Former Columbia football star and current New York Jets linebacker Joshua Martin ‘13CC served as emcee.
The Columbia swimming & diving team capped the final day of the 2018 Women's Swimming & Diving Ivy League Championships with a number of impressive performances on Saturday, Feb. 17 at Blodgett Pool. Mary Ashby posted her second championship finals finish with a fourth-place time of 49.88 in the 100 freestyle.
The Columbia wrestling team dropped a pair of tight matches today in the final two duals of the regular season.
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.
The Columbia women's basketball team was defeated by Ivy League leader Princeton, 74-46, Saturday evening at Levien Gymnasium.
Columbia battled and competed against one of the nation's top teams but in the end, couldn't overcome a a slow start and early deficit in dropping a 5-2 decision to Kentucky Saturday afternoon at Dick Savitt Tennis Center. The loss drops Columbia to 5-3 in dual matches, while Kentucky improves to 5-2 overall.
No. 6 women's squash
Annapolis, Md. – First-year Alexandria Absey had a phenomenal opening day on Saturday, Feb. 17 for the Columbia lacrosse team, including a team-high five goals in her first collegiate game. She was joined by a hat trick of performances by Laine Parsons with three goals, along with Victoria Kalamaras and Lindsey Ewertsen in assists. However, after slow starts in both periods the Lions comeback charges fell short in Annapolis as#7 Navy handed Columbia a 21-10 defeat.