No. 4 men's squash defeated No. 6 Rochester and No. 3 St. Lawrence for a perfect weekend in upstate New York.
Columbia had a strong showing in singles play to defeat Old Dominion, 4-3.
Columbia tied a program record for the second time this season with 16 made 3-pointers and converted at season-best 57.1 percent (16-of-28) clip from downtown.
Drexel topped the Lions tonight at the Blue Gym, 27-9.
In the 118 years of basketball at Columbia University, no player has scored more points than Camille Zimmerman.
Columbia posted seven victories in a tri-meet against Dartmouth and Yale.
Providence, R.I. – In the final road Ivy League dual-meet of the season, the Columbia women's swimming & diving were edged by Brown 153-147 on Saturday, Jan. 20. In a meet that came down to wire, the Lions put together several of impressive wins throughout the afternoon.
Providence, R.I. – The Columbia men's swimming & diving team captured their third-consecutive victory on Saturday, Jan. 20 as they defeated Brown 190-110 on the road. The Lions were dominant in another dual-meet performance to move to 6-2 on the season.
Columbia fencing came out hot in Queens
The Gotham Cup takes place Friday in Staten Island, followed by a tri-meet with Dartmouth and Yale on Saturday in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Fencing will face the top tier teams this weekend
The Columbia women's basketball team plays its first home game of the Ivy League season this Saturday when it hosts Cornell at Levien Gymnasium. Tip is set for 4 p.m., and serves as the front end of a doubleheader with the men's basketball game against the Big Red. Saturday's game will air live on the Ivy League Network. A tape delay will air on SportsNet NY (SNY) on Sunday at 3 p.m. and Monday at 1 p.m.