||Goals Per Game
Arthur Bosua (6 goals, 4 assists)
Dylan Mott (2 goals, 1 assist)
Jeremy Colvin (4 goals, 1 assist)
Four others (4 points)
Dylan Castanheira | 6-1-2
26 saves // .867 save% // 5 SO
||Jacob Schachner | 2-6-2
35 saves // .745 save% // 2 SO
Columbia returns to the Ivy League Network, and Princeton will provide live stats during the match.
Columbia 6-0 Ivy League
Through two matches into the Ivy League season, the Lions are 2-0, with a pair of 3-0 wins over Brown and Penn.
|| Conf. W-L
In The Rankings
After going 1-1 last week, Columbia slid a few spots in the polls. The Lions fell to No. 16 in the Top Drawer Soccer poll and No. 22 in the United Soccer Coaches poll. After appearing at No. 3 in the first RPI that was released, Columbia came in at No. 14 this past week.
About the Tigers
Princeton picked up its third win of the season in 1-0 fashion over St. John's on Tuesday. Jeremy Colvin, who leads the team in scoring, added his fourth goal of the season with 5:04 on the clock in the second half for the game-winner. Sam Morton started his first game in goal for the Tigers, saving six shots in the shutout victory.
On the season, Jacob Schachner has started the 10 other contests in net, putting up a .745 save percentage and a 2-6-2 record. The Tigers are 0-2 in conference play, dropping a 2-1 contest at Dartmouth due to a double-overtime goal, and falling at Brown last Saturday, 1-0.
Columbia holds a 33-22-10 edge all-time in the series history, including an overtime victory a season ago that came when Vana Markarian connected on a header in the first extra frame. Princeton is without a win in the series since the 2013 season.
Last Time Out
A trio of second half goals helped Columbia coast past Penn, 3-0. Dylan Mott opened the second half with his second goal of the season, before Arthur Bosua added his sixth and John Denis knocked in his second to give the Lions a 6-1-2 record. Dylan Castanheira stopped two late shots from the Quakers, as he recorded his fifth shutout of the season.
The points and goals leader in the conference is still Bosua, as his 16 points (6G, 4A) lead the league by five. Bosua and Mott are both second in the conference with two game-winning goals, while Bosua is second in assists with four, and Beto Carrillo is tied for fourth in that category with three.
Castanheira leads the league in the three major goalkeeping categories, posting a .424 goals against average, with an .867 save percentage, and five shutouts. The junior is sixth in the country in goals against average and eighth in save percentage, which are two categories he led the NCAA in a season ago.