Two Columbia University student-athletes—football player Charlie Flores and soccer player Natalie Ambrose—attended the 2017 APPLE Training Institute, an annual three-day national training forum for student-athletes, athletics administrators and campus partners dedicated to substance abuse prevention and health promotion of college athletes.
In this episode, head men's basketball coach Jim Engles catches up with Joe and Tom about the current state of the Lions and previews the Ivy League season.
Salt Lake City - At the annual Archery Coaches Symposium over the weekend, Columbia archery head coach Derek Davis was honored with one of the 2016 Coach of The Year Awards. It is the second year Davis has been given the Doc Counsilman "Science" Award, also receiving the award in 2013.
The Columbia University softball team has announced the signing of 13-year-old Kayla Collins of New York, N.Y. to its roster through Team IMPACT.
Columbia's Andrew Tinari has received a training camp invitation to play with Minnesota United FC, the newest MLS franchise.
NEW YORK— Columbia men's and women's fencing welcomed Wayne State, St. Johns and Notre Dame to the Dodge Fitness center on Sunday and sent them all home with a loss to the Lions.
The Columbia women's tennis team notched its first dual meet win of the spring season with a 6-1 victory over Syracuse Sunday afternoon at Dick Savitt Tennis Center.
Cornell's Matt Morgan led four players in double figures with 17 points as the Big Red to a 67-62 Ivy League men's basketball victory over Columbia Saturday.
During the first home dual of the season, Columbia earned a 24-12 victory over Hofstra in the Blue Gym.
A 13-2 fourth-quarter run helped Cornell pull away from the Columbia women's basketball team, 69-55, Saturday afternoon in what was the Lions' first home game of the Ivy League season.
NEW YORK – A dominating homecoming performance by the Columbia men's swimming & diving team marked the Lions return to Uris Pool on Saturday, Jan. 21 as they hosted Brown. The Lions won 13 of 16 events en route to a 193-107 victory over the Bears. Columbia has now put together four-straight dual-meet victories to improve to 6-2 overall and 4-2 in the Ivy League.
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