Columbia wrestlers compete in the EIWA Championships this weekend in the hopes of earning a bid to the upcoming NCAA Championships.
The Lions finished their regular season with two home victories over Ivy League opponents Harvard and Brown.
The Lions jumped out to a big lead early and didn’t look back, prevailing 33-10 over the Crimson.
The Columbia wrestling team competes at Levien for the final time this season. The Lions are looking to snap a losing streak with wins against Harvard and Brown.
The Lions dropped a close decision to Princeton before being blown out at Penn.
The Lions were dominated in Philadelphia, Pa.
The Lions surrendered a 9-0 lead in their loss at Princeton.
Hudson Taylor went to the Winter Games to promote the Principle 6 campaign.
Wrestling takes on Ivy opponents Penn and Princeton. With Cornell locking up the Ivy title, the Lions are aiming for second place.
The Lions kept it close against the powerhouse Big Red, but were unable to come away with a victory in the dual meet.
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