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.
Standing room only tickets will be available for sale beginning at 2:30 p.m. at the box office on 120th Street just east of Broadway.
NEW YORK – On Friday, Jan. 20, the Columbia women's swimming & diving hosted Brown in its in its final home meet of the season. In a meet that went back-and-forth, including six lead changes, the Bears edged the Lions 152-148.
Robert O'Brien put forth a school record effort in the pole vault and the Lions won a total of five events in a tri-meet with Dartmouth and Yale today at the NYC Armory.
After defeating formerly ranked No. 3 Rochester and No. 2 Yale, the Columbia men;s squash team jumped up to claim the No. 2 ranking in the nation, according to the Dulop Men's College Squash Association poll released on Jan. 20.
The first home dual of the Columbia wrestling season will get under way Saturday at 7 p.m., when the Lions welcome Hofstra.