NEW YORK - Make your way to Robert K. Kraft Field at Lawerence Wien Stadium on Sunday, March 5 at 1 p.m. as the Columbia lacrosse team hosts Dartmouth in an exciting Ivy League opener.
Fans can catch all the action streaming live on the Ivy League Digital Network and through the media links above.
|Ivy League||Conference||Ivy League
|11.00||Goals Per Game||15.75|
|Leading Scorer(s)||Cara DePippo
(52 sv.) (.642 sv%)
INSIDE THE SERIES: Both teams fought hard in their 2016 season finales facing each other, however Dartmouth would come away with the 13-11 victory. The Lions will be looking for its first win in program history over the Big Green on Sunday.
LATEST VICTORY: After trailing 3-6 at the break, Columbia rallied a nine goal second-half powered by hat tricks from Sara Ruzzi and Lindsey Ewertsen for a 12-11 comeback victory over Canisius in Buffalo on Saturday, Feb. 25. The Lions sensational half propelled its second-consecutive win, as they improve to 2-1 for the best three-game start since the 2010 season.
CLIMBING THE LADDER:
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME GROUNDBALLS LEADERS|
|1||Kate Lombard '07CC||151|
|2||Paige Cuscovitch '14CC||130|
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME DRAW CONTROLS LEADERS|
|1||Taylor Gatinella '12CC||163|
|3||Carrie Anderer '06CC||112|
|4||Marisa Marcellino '08CC||104|
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME ASSISTS LEADERS|
|1||Kacie Johnson '13CC||88|
|2||Marisa Marcellino '08CC
|3||Holly Glynn '09CC||52|
|4||Gabrielle Geronimos '11CC||52|
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME CAUSED TURNOVERS LEADERS|
|5||Whitney Crisman '12CC||59|
|6||Kristin Connors '03CC
|7||Whitney Booker '04CC||58|
|8||Carrie Anderer '06CC||57|
• (2/3) Columbia Opens New Indoor Practice Facility, Bubble at Baker
• (2/15) 2017 Women's Lacrosse Season Preview
• (2/19) With two groundballs at Drexel, Taylor Quinn moved to second on the career all-time list with 131. Surpassing Paige Cuscovitch '14CC career total of 130.
• (2/22) Caroline Joy collected three draw controls in the Lions win over Fairfield for a new career total of 101. She becomes just the fifth player in program history to reach and surpass 100 career draw controls.
UP NEXT: The Lions will continue Ivy League play at home on Saturday, March 11 at 1 p.m. as they host Cornell.