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.
The No. 3 Columbia men's squash team outlasted No. 7 Penn, 5-4, in it's final home match of the season on senior night.
Women's squash fell to No. 2 UPenn, 0-9
Host Penn used a plus-17 rebound margin, converted 12 3-pointers and fended off several comeback attempts as it registered a 70-62 victory over the Columbia men's basketball team Friday night at The Palestra. Columbia plays the second of a two-game road swing at Princeton tomorrow night.