Tickets for 2018 Men's Basketball Ivy League home games are now on sale.
Senior running back Chris Schroer was named to the College Sports Information Directors Association Academic All-America Second Team, the organization announced on Thursday. Schroer becomes the 11th football player and 34th all-time Columbia student-athlete to earn Academic All-America honors.
Five Boston College players scored in double-figures to guide the Eagles to an 81-66 victory over the Columbia men's basketball team Tuesday. Mike Smith scored a game-high 25 points.
Columbia fencing showed out in full force this weekend on the national stage at the Portland North American Cup, and international at the Junior Sabre World Cup in Dormagen, Germany.
Columbia outscored Hofstra 24-6 in the third quarter en route to a 75-53 non-conference women's basketball win Monday evening at Levien Gymnasium. The win improved Columbia to 6-6 overall, while Hofstra falls to 5-5.
Columbia guard Riley Casey earned her second consecutive Ivy League Rookie of the Week selection on Monday. Casey averaged 15.0 points, 4.5 assists and 1.5 rebounds to help Columbia to a 1-1 record through the week. The first-year guard shot an impressive 52.4 percent from the field (11-21) and connected on all five of her free throw attempts.
The Lions will visit the Eagles, who are coming off a stunning upset of No. 1 Duke Saturday. Game time is set for 7 p.m. on ACC Network Extra.
Columbia and Hofstra face off in women's basketball for the first time since 2003 Monday night at Levien Gymnasium. The game will be televised on SportsNet NY (SNY) with tip scheduled for 7 p.m. An online video simulcast will be available on the Ivy League Network.
A second half comeback helped Navy escape Levien Gymnasium with a 73-68 win over the Columbia men's basketball team.
Buffalo's Brittany Morrison scored the game-winning basket with no time on the clock to steal a win away from the Columbia women's basketball team, 65-63, Saturday afternoon at Levien Gymnasium.
For the second-consecutive weekend, the Columbia men's swimming & diving team competed in DeNunzio Pool on Saturday, Dec. 9. The Lions returned to Ivy League dual-meet action taking on unbeaten Princeton on the road. The Tigers held off some strong Columbia showings for a 172-128 final edge.
Princeton, N.J. – An Ivy League dual-meet against Princeton wrapped the 2017 calendar year for the Columbia women's swimming & diving team on Friday, Dec. 8 at DeNunzio Pool. The Tigers won 12 of 16 events to down the Lions 195-105. Despite the loss, Columbia saw a few impressive performances from its young and veteran swimmers.