The Columbia men's golf team concluded day two at the Ivy League Championship Saturday at the Stonewall Old Course. Columbia's five players will tee off the final round Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Pairings for round two are posted at this link. Live scoring and complete scoring can be found at www.golfstat.com at this link.
Four-hit days from senior Taylor Troutt and sophomore Sommer Grzybek led the Columbia softball team to a pair of lopsided victories over defending Ivy League champion Princeton, 9-1 (6) and 9-0 (5), Saturday afternoon at the Columbia Softball Stadium.
Columbia shot a team course-low 298 and two golfers—senior Nancy Xu (6th place) and first-year Qingyi Symba Xu (10th place)—are ranked among the field's top-10 individuals after day two at the 2018 Ivy League Women's Golf Championship Saturday at Metedeconk National Golf Course.
Columbia improves to 4-1 in Ivy League play with today's win.
No. 2 Columbia added another trophy to its case. The Lions' second varsity eight continued its unbeaten streak with a five-second win over Cornell.
BU edged out Syracuse and the Lions in the varsity eight to retain the Doc Lusins Trophy for the eighth consecutive season.
Three pitchers combined to shutout Princeton in game one of a doubleheader, but the Tigers answered with a 10-5 victory in game two to pick up a split against Columbia,.
Quarterbacks Josh Bean, Dillon Davis and Ryan Suitt combined to throw for 274 yards and five touchdowns and complete 20 of 34 passes during Columbia Football's annual spring football game Saturday at Robert K. Kraft Field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium.
Columbia erased an early deficit by winning five of six singles matches as it claimed a 5-2 women's tennis victory over Brown Saturday afternoon at Dick Savitt Tennis Center. With the victory, Columbia improves to 11-8 overall and 3-3 in the Ivy League standings. A win tomorrow for Columbia against Yale in its season finale would clinch a winning season in an extremely challenging Ivy League.
Led by a career day in goal by Kelsey Gedin with 14 saves and a spectacular all-around day from Lindsey Ewertsen with four goals, an assist and a game-high nine draw controls, Columbia lacrosse kept its Ivy League tournament hopes alive with a 14-12 victory over Brown on Saturday at Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium.
First-year Arjun Puri ended day one in 21st place to lead the Columbia men's golf team Friday at the 2018 Ivy League Golf Championship at Stonewall Old Course.
Three Columbia women's golfers—junior captain Amy Ding (eighth place), senior Nancy Xu (12th place) and first-year Qingy Symba Xu (12th place)—finished day one at the 2018 Ivy League Championship ranked among the field's top-12 golfers Friday at Metedeconk National Golf Course.