Three Columbia soccer games will be televised live on both the Ivy League Network (ILN) and ESPN3 this fall, the League announced on Thursday afternoon. In addition, the ILN announced its entire fall live event schedule covering each of the eight conference institutions and stretching across six sports.
Head coach Megan Griffith ‘07CC announced three changes to the Columbia women's basketball coaching staff on Thursday.
Set to launch its fifth year as the game-day home for Ivy League live events, the newly-branded Ivy League Network (ILN) will welcome a number of broadcast and user-experience enhancements in the 2017-18 academic year.
The class is comprised of four pitchers, four infielders and a utility player hailing from eight different states.
It was a feeling that was hard to put in words. Flashback to 2012 - Katie DeSandis was taking off her sneakers and pads for the last time as a member of the Columbia Field Hockey.
Columbia Football season tickets for the upcoming 2017 season were mailed out earlier this week, according to the Columbia University Athletic Ticket Office. Please keep an eye out for your season tickets!
Engel and Porter played key roles in delivering the crown to the Mohawk Valley Diamond Dawgs.
The Columbia wrestling team will add nine newcomers to its 2017-18 roster, announced today by the Andrew F. Barth Head Coach of Wrestling, Zach Tanelli.
The Columbia men's golf team will compete in nine different invitationals as the program released its upcoming 2017-18 schedule, head coach Rich Mueller announced on Wednesday.
Columbia University Patricia and Shepard Alexander Head Coach of Football Al Bagnoli previewed the upcoming 2017 season and spoke about his team on the annual Ivy League teleconference on Tuesday. The league also announced its preseason media poll on Tuesday (listed below).
For the third consecutive season under the direction of head coach Brie Katz, the Columbia volleyball team earned the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Team Academic Award.
Single game tickets for Columbia Football's first two games of the 2017 season are now on sale, the Columbia University Athletic Ticket Office announced this morning. Tickets can be purchased for as low as $10 for general admission, $15 for reserved seats and $25 for premium chairback seats for Columbia's season opener against Wagner on Saturday, Sept. 16 and its second contest against Georgetown on Saturday, Sept. 23.