The Columbia women's basketball team (1-1) plays its third game in six days to begin the 2017-18 season when it makes the trip to UMass Lowell (0-2) on Wednesday. Tip is scheduled for 5 p.m. from the Costello Athletic Center. The game will air on ESPN3.
The Lions open with series' at UNLV and USF before spending Spring Break in Texas. The Ivy League schedule also has a new 21-game format.
The Columbia men's soccer team travels to William & Mary on Thursday, Nov. 16 in first round action of the NCAA Men's Soccer Championship.
Columbia senior Camille Zimmerman was named Ivy League women's basketball Player of the Week on Monday. The selection is the eighth of her career.
The Lions and Lancers will meet for the fifth time in the series Tuesday in Farmville. Both teams will be looking for their first wins of the season.
The No. 25 ranked Columbia men's soccer team received an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament and will play at William & Mary in the first round on Thursday.
Garrett Ryan won the heavyweight title, while Jacob Macalolooy and Tyrel White both finished second at 149 and 174, respectively, as the Lions impressed at the Bearcat Open.
Senior Camille Zimmerman became the Columbia women's basketball program's all-time scoring leader on Sunday at Levien Gymnasium. However, the Spiders spoiled Columbia's 2017-18 home opener, 85-79.
Senior running back Chris Schroer rushed for a career-high 183 yards and a touchdown, sophomore placekicker Oren Milstein converted a season-high three field goals and the Lions' defense tallied a safety and limited Cornell to eight points as Columbia registered an 18-8 Empire State Bowl win Saturday at Shoellkopf Field.
The Columbia men's soccer team improved to 11-2-3 after a 2-0 defeat of Cornell today in the regular season finale.
Senior Anja Malesevic closed out her Columbia volleyball career with a collegiate-best 28 kills on Saturday night against Yale. It came as part of a thrilling five-set match at Levien Gymnasium that saw the Bulldogs eventually come out on top (17-25, 30-28, 33-31, 19-25, 8-15).
Columbia women's cross country punched its ticket to the NCAA Championships