All Sports - Archives 2017-18

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Emma Anderson Named Ivy League Player Of The Week
Women's Soccer 09/25/2017

NEW YORK - Columbia women's soccer Emma Anderson was named Co-Ivy League Player of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monda

Columbia Giving Day Set For October 18
Athletics 09/25/2017

Mark your calendars! #ColumbiaGivingDay 2017 is on Wednesday, October 18. This is a 24-hour, university-wide online fundraising initiative that incorporates all University schools and programs.

Men's Golf to Compete at Patriot Intercollegiate
Men's Golf 09/24/2017

The Columbia men's golf team will travel to the Chantilly National Golf & Country Club to compete in the two-day, 54-hole Patriot Intercollegiate on Monday and Tuesday.

Kevakian Claims Flight B Singles Title at Cissie Leary
Women's Tennis 09/24/2017

Columbia junior women's tennis player Andrea Kevakian won two matches to claim the Flight B Singles Draw on Sunday at the Cissie Leary Memorial Invitational. Kevakian's title marked Columbia's second championship at this weekend's 21st annual Cissie Leary Invite as senior Adi Milstein and first-year Christie Wan teamed to win the Flight A Doubles title on Saturday. Columbia was the only program to claim two titles in the three-day event at Penn's Hecht (Levy) Tennis Center.

Columbia Sets Scoring Record In 11-0 Win Over Wagner
Women's Soccer 09/24/2017

NEW YORK – The Columbia women's soccer team followed an Ivy League opening win at Cornell on Friday, with a historic performance at Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 24. Scores from six players, including a hat trick and two assists by junior Forward Emma Anderson, propelled the Lions to an 11-0 shutout victory over Wagner. 11 goals mark a new program single-game record, surpassing the 30-year old previous mark of 10 set in 1987.

Pham Takes Second at Oracle ITA Masters
Men's Tennis 09/24/2017

The run for Columbia's Victor Pham came to a close today at the Oracle ITA Masters, as the junior claimed runner-up status at the event.

Women's Golf Concludes Nittany Lion Invite in 12th Place
Women's Golf 09/24/2017

The Columbia women's golf team finished the two-day, 54-hole Nittany Lion Invitational in 12th place Sunday at Penn State's Blue Golf Course. Columbia concluded the invite with a 56-over-par 314-305-301-920.

FH's Upset Bid Denied By No. 21 Saint Joe's in 4-3 OT Defeat
Field Hockey 09/24/2017

The Lions (4-4) overcame a two-goal deficit in the second half, thanks to goals from Maeve Doherty and Jennifer Trieschman, but saw its four-game winning streak snapped.

Victor Pham Plays In Oracle ITA Masters Finals Today
Men's Tennis 09/24/2017

With an impressive, come-from-behind win in the semifinal round, Victor Pham will play for the title today at the Oracle ITA Masters.

Women's Golf in 12th Place at Nittany Lion Invitational
Women's Golf 09/23/2017

The Columbia women's golf team concluded day one and the first two rounds in 12th place at the Nittany Lion Invitational Saturday at Penn State's Blue Golf Course. Columbia shot a 314-305-619 through the event's first 36 holes. Sunday's final round begins at 9 a.m.

Milstein, Wan Win Flight A Doubles at Cissie Leary Invite
Women's Tennis 09/23/2017

Senior Adi Milstein and first-year Christie Wan teamed to win the Flight A Doubles championship and three Lions women's tennis players advanced to singles semifinals Saturday at the 21st annual Cissie Leary Memorial Invitational. Competition will continue Sunday at the Hecht (Levy) Tennis Center on the University of Pennsylvania campus.

Football Improves to 2-0 With 35-14 Win Over Georgetown
Football 09/23/2017

Senior quarterback Anders Hill passed for a career-high four touchdowns—two each to sophomore wide receivers Josh Wainwright and Ronald Smith II—as Columbia registered a 35-14 Lou Little Cup victory over Georgetown Saturday at Robert K. Kraft Field. For the first time since 2006, Columbia Football begins a season with a 2-0 record as the Lions won their third consecutive game for the first time in seven years. Following the win, Columbia was presented with the Lou Little Trophy.