No. 7 women's squash returns to the court on Wednesday for No. 2 Trinity
The No. 4 Columbia men's squash team (5-0) returns to action for the first time in 2018 to face No. 1 Trinity at SL Green StreetSquash on Wednesday afternoon at 12:30 p.m.
Columbia University has announced a new $100,000 capital gift and the establishment of a $100,000 endowment fund for its varsity men's and women's golf programs to build and maintain a world-class indoor training facility. The total $200,000 capital gift and endowment is made possible through a gift from The R.N.G.S. Foundation, whose principal is a member of the Overseers Committee at Columbia University's Zuckerman Institute Brain Trust.
Columbia University Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer Jim Gossett has been inducted into the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame and '49 Club, the organization announced on Monday. He was honored before nearly 1,500 athletic trainers, athletic training students and other healthcare providers at the EATA's 70th annual awards banquet held Saturday evening at the Sheraton Hotel in Boston.
The Columbia wrestling team earned its first dual win of the season over Clarion.
Columbia held the lead, but Buffalo came back to win tonight in the Blue Gym.
The Lions went on a program-record 44-1 run over a span of 16:35 to come away with an 87-42 victory Saturday afternoon. Kyle Castlin and Peter Barba posted 16 points apiece.
The Lions take on Buffalo this Saturday at the University Gymnasium, before a pair of road duals on Sunday.