A record crowd saw the Columbia women's basketball team earn its third consecutive victory, cruising past UMass Lowell, 76-57, Friday afternoon at Levien Gymnasium.
The fourth episode features men's basketball director of operations Jonathan Safir.
Seton Hall shot a blistering 63.3 percent in the second half to pull away from the Columbia men's basketball team and come away with a 95-71 victory at Prudential Center Thursday night.
NEW YORK - The Columbia men's swimming & diving team will compete at the Bruno Invitational, hosted by Brown, this weekend from Friday, Dec. 2 - Sunday, Dec. 4 at the Katherine Coleman Aquatics Center. The meet features a six-team field, including Princeton, Dartmouth, Rider, Rutgers and Brown. The preliminary sessions are set to begin the day at 11 a.m, followed by the finals sessions at 5 p.m.
The Columbia women's basketball team (4-2) hosts UMass Lowell (0-7) for its ninth annual Education Day Friday morning. The game will tip at 11 a.m. in Levien Gymnasium.
NEW YORK - The No.7 Columbia women's squash team (1-1) will cap the 2016 calendar year with a pair of matches this weekend, starting with a trip to No.3 Trinity (3-0) on Friday, Dec. 2 for a 2 p.m. match. The Lions will also return to SL Green StreetSquash on Sunday, Dec.4 at 12 p.m. to host No.11 George Washington (2-2).
NEW YORK - The No.7 Columbia men's squash team will cap the 2016 calendar year with a pair of matches this weekend, starting with a trip to top-ranked Trinity on Friday, Dec. 2 for a 2 p.m. match. The Lion's share a special connection with the Bantams as Columbia head coach Jacques Swanepoel was two-time All-American at Trinity as player, and helped lead them to four consecutive national championships (2003, 2004, 2005,2006).
The Columbia wrestling team will return to Las Vegas this weekend for the 35th annual Cliff Keen Invitational.
Led by sophomore Josie Little's career-high 19 rebounds, Columbia used a plus-22 rebound margin to defeat Loyola Maryland, 65-53.
The Lions will make the short trip down I95 to take on Seton Hall at Prudential Center Thursday.
Forward Luke Petrasek scored a career-high 27 points and guard Nate Hickman finished with 21 to lead Columbia back from a 12-point second half deficit, but it was not enough as hot-shooting Hofstra held off the Lions in the final minute to claim an 88-86 men's basketball win Tuesday night at Levien Gymnasium.
The Columbia women's basketball team (3-2) travels to Loyola University Maryland (2-3) on Wednesday for a 7 p.m. tip at Reitz Arena in Baltimore.