The varsity eight topped both Penn and Cornell to highlight the Columbia women's rowing team's weekend of races at the Clemson Invitational. The Lions competed against 21 of the nation's top programs.
The event serves as the final gathering of the academic year for all of Columbia's student-athletes, showcasing their achievements and milestones. The highest honors will be bestowed on some of the Lions' brightest stars.
Juniors Alexandra Solovyev and sophomore Sarah Hu claimed singles wins and Columbia won the doubles point, but it was not enough as Yale won a 4-3 women's tennis decision over the Lions Sunday at Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center. The match was Columbia's final competition of the 2016-17 season.
Petrasek's selection marks the fifth time in six years a Columbia men's basketball player has garnered All-Met honors.
Senior Mert Selamet and first-year Jeremy Perna both concluded Ivy League Championship play tied for 10th place in the individual standings at seven-over-par 223 Sunday at the Stanwich Club. The Lions finished the three-day championship in seventh place with a 314-286-309-909 (+45).
The Lions finished the suspended game from Saturday with a 15-2 win and took a 21-5 decision in the final. Columbia is just two games behind Penn for the Gehrig Division lead.
Senior Jackie Chulya finished in fifth place (+10) and first-year Ridhima Dilawari (+15) placed ninth to lead the Columbia women's golf team to a third place finish in the 2017 Ivy League Golf Championship Sunday at Orange Tree Golf Club. Throughout the three-day weekend, Columbia improved with each round, moving from fifth place to third place with a 319-306-301-926 (+62).
The Columbia men's tennis team has another banner to add to its already impressive collection, as the Lions picked up their fourth consecutive Ivy League Championship today.
The Lions earned a clean-sweep, topping Dartmouth by open-water margins in three races Sunday morning. Columbia's varsity eight victory earned them the Subin Cup.
The Columbia track & field teams put forth a handful of impressive performances this weekend while competing at both the Virginia Challenge and Princeton's Larry Ellis Invitational.
Sophomore Andrea Kevakian and first-year Ali Pollack both notched singles wins, but it was not enough as Brown handed the Columbia women's tennis team a 5-2 decision Saturday at the Pizzitola Sports Center.
The Columbia men's tennis team is one win away from its fourth consecutive Ivy League title after a 4-0 defeat of Brown, today at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center.