NEW YORK - On Wednesday, Feb. 22 – Saturday, Feb. 25 the Columbia men's swimming and diving team will compete for conference supremacy at the 2017 Ivy League Championships hosted by Harvard at Blodgett Pool.
GoColumbiaLions.com asked each of our five senior men's basketball players their thoughts as they play their final two home collegiate games this weekend at Levien Gymnasium. The Lions host Princeton on Friday (7 p.m.) and then Penn on Saturday (7 p.m.) for Senior Day. Our first of five guest columnists is Chris McComber, a 6-foot-8 senior from Nepean, Ontario, Canada.
Judie Lomax was a two-time NCAA Division I rebounding champion and the first Columbia women's basketball player to be named Ivy League Player of the Year. She was instrumental to the Lions' unit that set a school record with 18 wins and finished the 2009-10 season third in the Ivy League with a record of 9-5.
Columbia fell in it's final match of the season, 3-6 to St. Lawrence in the 3/4 playoff of the 2017 Potter Cup (A Division) at CSA Team Nationals.
The third team victory of the weekend gave the Columbia men's tennis team an ECAC Championship, after the Lions knocked off Cornell, 4-1, today at Princeton.
PHILADELPHIA - Senior Taylor Quinn had a phenomenal opening day on Sunday, Feb. 19 for the Columbia lacrosse team, including a game-high five points on four goals and an assist, two ground balls and two draw control. However, after slow starts in both periods the Lions comeback charges fell short in Philadelphia as Drexel handed Columbia a 14-8 defeat.
The Columbia women's basketball team shot a season-high 53 percent from 3-point range and outrebounded Dartmouth by 17 to earn a 69-48 victory Saturday night at Levien Gym.
Trailing by one point in overtime, Dartmouth's Taylor Johnson dribbled the length of the floor and converted a coast-to-coast layup with one second left to give the Big Green an 80-79 upset win over Columbia Saturday evening at Leede Arena.
Providence, R.I. – Sophomore Mary Ashby continued her impressive showing on the final day of the Ivy League Championships on Saturday, Feb. 18 with another podium finish in the 100 freestyle. Ashby clocked in with a fourth-place finish time of 49.72 (NCAA ‘B'), just tenths of a second near the program record time of 49.63.
CAMBRIDGE, MA – No. 3 Men's Squash met their match on Saturday as they fell to No. 1 Harvard, 5-4, in the semi-finals of the 2017 Potter Cup (A Divison) at CSA Team Nationals.
The Columbia men's tennis team advanced to the championship match of the ECAC Championship after a 4-0 defeat of Dartmouth, today at Princeton.
The Columbia women's basketball team dug itself out of an early 12-point hole and took Harvard down to the wire, but could not pull out the victory, 58-55, Friday night at Levien Gymnasium.