This is the second part of a preseason series previewing each of the 2017 Columbia Football position groups. For our position group preview, we first take a look at Columbia's defensive line in 2017.
The Columbia men came in at No. 3 in the Northeast, while the women were the No. 6 ranked team in the region.
This is the first part of a preseason series previewing each of the 2017 Columbia Football position groups. For our position group preview, we first take a look at Columbia's offensive line in 2017.
NEW YORK - Led by two goals from senior forward Natalie Neshat, the Columbia women's soccer team capped its home-opening weekend with a 4-2 victory over Seton Hall at Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium on Sunday, Aug. 27. Tying the record for the most goals scored by the Lions in the Tracey Bartholomew era, Columbia improves to 1-0-1 in its first homestand.
As Columbia University first-year students arrived on the College Walk to unpack and move into their new dorm rooms Sunday morning, they were greeted by four Columbia Football players.
As part of our ongoing What I Did This Summer Feature, we sat down with senior football player Ian Tyler, who completed an internship at the National Football League, located in downtown Manhattan. A three-year letterman on the defensive line, Tyler's duties at the NFL centered around business development an analytics. Tyler is a sociology major at Columbia and will graduate in May 2018.
Columbia Football practiced in pads for the first time during its 2017 training camp on Friday afternoon at Robert K. Kraft Field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium.
A tough battle with local foe Hofstra (0-2-1) resulted in a 1-1 draw on Friday, Aug. 27 for the Columbia women's soccer team. Each side of the pitch had dazzling moments for the Lions in their home opener at Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium and the Lion's overall team depth made a welcomed strong statement. Taylor Penn and Bailey Peacock made their first career starts for the Lions, a pair of first-year players in Cayla Davis and Gracie Wall saw their first collegiate action and six players contributed off the bench.