Junior Camille Zimmerman continued to state her case for Ivy League Player of the Year, netting a game-high 31 points in Columbia's 68-59 loss to Ivy League-leading Penn.
Lions move into fourth place in Ivy League standings and send seniors off with win in final game at Levien Gymnasium.
Cambridge, Mass. - An historic moment by Jayden Pantel concluded the 2017 Ivy League Championships on Saturday, Feb. 25. With a winning score of 398.45 in the three-meter dive, Pantel captured his second-consecutive sweep with title in both the 3m and 1m dives. The junior joins Mark Fichera ‘01CC in achieving sweeps in back-to-back seasons and caps the year unbeaten in Ancient Eight competition. Kevin Fulton also placed seventh in the three-meter dive with 277.25 points.
Taking advantage of four singles wins by Alexandra Solovyev, Ali Pollack, Andrea Kevakian and Adi Milstein, the Columbia women's tennis team registered a 4-2 victory over Penn State Saturday at the Huntington Tennis Club.
The Columbia softball team earned its first victory of the 2017 season by defeating Eastern Michigan, 5-1, Saturday afternoon at the Madeira Beach Invitational.
Buffalo, N.Y. - After trailing 3-6 at the break, Columbia rallied a nine goal second-half powered by hat tricks from Sara Ruzzi and Lindsey Ewertsen for a 12-11 comeback victory over Canisius in Buffalo on Saturday, Feb. 25. The Lions sensational half propelled its second-consecutive win, as they improve to 2-1 for the best three-game start since the 2010 season.
Columbia's Henna Rustami won an Ivy League Championship in the 3,000m run during day one of the Indoor Heptagonal Championships, today at the NYC Armory.
PRINCETON, NJ – Colette Sultana got the only Columbia win of the day against Yale's Jennifer Davis in the four spot as the Lions lost to the Bulldogs 1-8 in the consolation semi-finals.
Five Lions made their collegiate debuts, including rookie Sommer Grzybek's first home run, to highlight the Columbia softball team's season-opening doubleheader.
Camille Zimmerman broke the Columbia women's basketball program's single-season Div. I scoring record.
Columbia hosts Penn for an important game tomorrow night at Levien Gymnasium. Tipoff is at 7 p.m. the Ivy League Digital Network and simulcast on ESPN3.
No. 43 ranked Kentucky notched a 4-0 women's tennis win over Columbia Friday afternoon at the Boone Tennis Center. The match marked the first of a three-day weekend road swing for the Lions as they will play Penn State on Saturday at 1 p.m. and then take on host Marshall on Sunday at 11 a.m.