Women's basketball split its weekend, winning on Senior Night over Dartmouth after dropping its game to Harvard on Friday.
The Lions mounted a turnaround in the second half to take out Dartmouth in their last home game of the season.
The Lions fell to Harvard's dominant front court in their final weekend of conference play.
Women's basketball hopes for strong performances against Harvard and Dartmouth in seniors' last games.
Columbia's strongest opponents have been some of the shortest players, showing that the Lions must have a strong defensive mindset in order to come out victories in their upcoming home games.
The Light Blue won for the first time in 2013, making head coach Paul Nixon the all-time Division-I wins leader in program history.
The women's basketball team shot 52.3 percent from the field in their 62-51 victory over Brown. The win marks the Light Blue's first Ivy victory of the season and first win in the team's last nine games.
Columbia women's basketball team to play a pair of home Ivy League contests.
As in many recent games, the women's basketball squad's impressive shooting from beyond the arc could not make up for the team's weak shooting within the paint against Dartmouth.
Free throws seal the fate of Saturday's game, propelling Cornell ahead of Columbia.
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