Princeton handed the Columbia women's tennis team a 4-2 loss Saturday in the first round of the ECAC Tournament played at Harvard. Columbia is back in action tomorrow as it competes against Dartmouth at noon.
The Columbia women's basketball team rallied from 28 points down to put Princeton on the ropes in the fourth quarter, but ultimately came up short, 62-52.
Despite a 5-5 match split, the Columbia wrestling team was edged by Penn, 21-20, in the final home match of the season at the Blue Gym.
Columbia battled all the way back from a 20-point second half deficit and had a chance to claim a win at first-place and undefeated Princeton, but the Tigers held on for a 61-59 men's basketball win Saturday night at Jadwin Gym.
PHILADELPHIA, PA — Columbia women's fencing went undefeated (3-0) and men's fencing split (1-1) at Day 1 of the Ivy League Championships.
In the first of two matches this weekend against ranked opponents, No. 19 Columbia was upended by No. 18 Michigan, 5-2, today at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center.
Columbia put up multiple PR's in the Fastrack National Invite at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex in Staten Island.
Junior Camille Zimmerman scored a game-high 28 points, but it wasn't enough for the Columbia women's basketball to upset Ivy League-leading Penn, 64-54, Friday night at Levien Gymnasium.