For the second straight season, a pair of Columbia doubles teams advanced to the final of the ITA Northeast Regional Championships, after a stellar weekend of play at Yale.
Senior Joshua Suh led the Columbia men's golf team with a 27th place finish as the Lions concluded the two-day, 54-hole Camden Collegiate Invitational in 16th place Sunday at Camden Country Club. Columbia shot a 59-over-par 293-296-310-899 on day one.
The Columbia lightweight varsity four claimed a bronze medal to highlight the Lions' day of racing.
The Columbia women's golf team concluded the highly competitive, 54-hole Cardinal Cup in 14th place Sunday at the University of Louisville Golf Course. Columbia finished the event at 80-over-par 309-315-321-944.
The Lions (8-7) took the lead five minutes in and never looked back as they picked up their fifth home victory and third shutout of the season.
The Columbia women's golf team ended day one and the first 36 holes at the highly competitive Cardinal Cup in 14th place. Columbia shot a 48-over-par 309-315-624 on Saturday at the University of Louisville Golf Course. The Lions will tee off the event's final 18 holes on Sunday at 9:15 a.m.
A comeback attempt fell short for the Columbia men's soccer team, as Dartmouth held on for a 2-1 victory against the Lions on Saturday night at Burnham Field.
The Columbia men's golf team ended day one and the first 36 rounds in 13th place Saturday at the Camden Collegiate Invitational held this weekend at the Camden Country Club. Columbia shot a 29-over-par 293-296-589 on day one. The Lions will tee off Sunday's final round at 8 a.m.
Three Lions recorded career-highs, including 25 kills by senior Anja Malesevic, which culminated in a four-set victory for the Columbia volleyball team over Cornell (25-20, 25-15, 23-25, 25-19) on Saturday afternoon at Levien Gymnasium.
For the first time in program history the Columbia women's soccer team are 5-0 in Ivy League play following a 3-0 victory at Dartmouth on Saturday, Oct 21. In the 11th minute, Amaris Hemmings played a beautiful cross to the top of the box where Emily Koe blasted in her fifth goal of the season.
Columbia's defense came up with two key stops in the game's final three minutes, including a key sack in the closing seconds to give Columbia a 22-17 victory Saturday at Dartmouth before 5,237 fans at Memorial Field. The contest featured a matchup of the Ivy League's two teams tied for first place in the standings, the final two unbeaten teams in the conference and two of the nation's seven remaining undefeated teams.
The Big Green's (6-8, 2-3) Tatum Schultz evened things up at 2-2 in the 55th minute after Katie Spanos feed. In the 77th minute, Taylor Hantman ended things off a scramble play following a corner and two initial shots blocked.