The Columbia field hockey coaching staff will be hosting a pre-game clinic prior to the Lions' contest against Holy Cross on Sunday, October 8. Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m. and the clinic will run from 8-10 a.m. at the Baker Athletics Complex (505 West 218th Street).
Petrasek will become the first Lion to attend an NBA training camp since Sean Couch '87CC, who was drafted and signed by the Indiana Pacers in 1987.
Men's Soccer At Hofstra Postponed
Doherty led the Lions to a 2-0 week and posted two goals, three assists and a defensive save.
Columbia senior Ryan Thomas picked up NCAA Cross Country National Athlete of the Week honors, announced today by the USTFCCCA.
Columbia claimed four Columbia Invitational Women's Tennis titles—first-year Paulina Ferrari (Bronx Draw) and sophomore Renee Ren (Manhattan Draw) won singles titles, while first-year Christie Wan/senior Adi Milstein (Doubles 2 Final) and junior Andrea Kevakian/first-year Renee Ren (Doubles 3 Draw) claimed doubles titles—on Sunday morning as the five competing teams completed the season-opening invite at Dick Savitt Tennis Center.
The Columbia volleyball team came up just short in the Big Apple Battle championship game, falling to LIU Brooklyn in five sets (19-25, 25-15, 25-23, 24-26, 13-15) Sunday afternoon.
The Columbia men's golf team finished in seventh place in the final round of the Cornell Invitational Sunday at the Robert Trent Golf Course. Columbia entered the final round in ninth place, but moved into seventh place with a 25-over-par 291-294-292-877 in the 54-hole event.
The Columbia men's tennis team competed at both the Penn Invitational in Philadelphia and the Hall Of Fame Grass Court Invitational in Rhode Island.
An impressive comeback effort in the second period by the Columbia women's soccer team fell just short of a victory at Saint Joseph's on Sunday, Sept. 17 as the Hawks scored a goal in the opening minute of overtime to hand the Lions a 3-2 defeat.
The Lions (3-3) scored three unanswered goals in a span of 1:10 in the first half as they won their third straight contest before heading into Ivy League play next weekend.
The Columbia men's golf team will open the final round at the Cornell Invitational in ninth place Sunday at the Robert Trent Golf Course. Columbia shot a 17-over-par 291-294 through the first 36 holes.