Men's Soccer Muneeb Alam / Spectator Senior Staff Writer
Locked in a scoreless game, the men’s soccer team (5-2-2, 0-0-2 Ivy) was aggressive, sending players up the field to try and net the winning goal. The strategy almost backfired—twice—but the team survived an unproductive night offensively to finish with a 0-0 draw with Penn (4-6-1, 1-0-1 Ivy).
Women's Soccer Robert Mitchell / Spectator Staff Writer
In its third conference contest, women’s soccer (6-4-2, 0-2-1 Ivy) fell 1-0 to red-hot Penn (7-1-3, 2-1 Ivy) on Saturday. The Quakers offense got off to a fast start with a corner kick in the first four minutes of play and put the Light Blue in a hole off an own goal during a chaotic scrum.
Volleyball Eric Wong / Spectator Senior Staff Writer
Columbia volleyball (4-10, 2-3 Ivy) came away with a split in its weekend road trip against Dartmouth (8-9, 1-4 Ivy) and Harvard (8-6, 3-2 Ivy). The Lions rallied from two sets down to clinch a five-set match with the Big Green, but ended up getting swept the next day against the Crimson.
Cross Country Madeleine Steinberg / Columbia Daily Spectator
Despite sitting out some of their top runners, both the women’s and men’s cross-country teams continued their winning ways, with the women snagging first and men taking second place at the Metropolitan Championships. It was the women’s 16th consecutive victory at the event.