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Play Columbia Softball Welcomes Kayla Collins
Softball 01/23/2017

The Columbia University softball team has announced the signing of 13-year-old Kayla Collins of New York, N.Y. to its roster through Team IMPACT.

Tinari Makes His Way to Minnesota United FC
Men's Soccer 01/23/2017

Columbia's Andrew Tinari has received a training camp invitation to play with Minnesota United FC, the newest MLS franchise.

Play Top Ranked Fencers Record Perfect Day at NYU Invitational
Fencing 01/22/2017

NEW YORK— Columbia men's and women's fencing welcomed Wayne State, St. Johns and Notre Dame to the Dodge Fitness center on Sunday and sent them all home with a loss to the Lions.

Women's Tennis Tops Syracuse 6-1
Women's Tennis 01/22/2017

The Columbia women's tennis team notched its first dual meet win of the spring season with a 6-1 victory over Syracuse Sunday afternoon at Dick Savitt Tennis Center.

Cornell Spoils Men's Basketball's Ivy Home Opener, 67-62
Men's Basketball 01/21/2017

Cornell's Matt Morgan led four players in double figures with 17 points as the Big Red to a 67-62 Ivy League men's basketball victory over Columbia Saturday.

Wrestling Defeats Hofstra, 24-12
Wrestling 01/21/2017

During the first home dual of the season, Columbia earned a 24-12 victory over Hofstra in the Blue Gym.

Women's Basketball Falls in Ivy Home Opener to Cornell
Women's Basketball 01/21/2017

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.

Columbia Dominant In 193-107 Homecoming Win Over Brown
Men's Swimming/Diving 01/21/2017

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.