Senior Nicole Bartnik, who has proven herself to be the star singles player of the Light Blue women's tennis team during the last four years, discusses her choice to come to Columbia, her superstitions, her favorite memories, and more.
Santos overcame his share of difficulties in his time as a Lion, ranging from a mid-season case of appendicitis to a challenge that all wrestlers have to struggle with: weight.
The Lions were picked to finish third in the preseason media poll, but they ended up at the bottom of the Ancient Eight.
Columbia baseball took home this year's Ivy League title after sweeping Dartmouth.
In this episode of In The Zone, check out postgame interviews and highlights from the Lions' sweep of Dartmouth in the Ivy League championship doubleheader on May 4.
The Light Blue baseball team beat Dartmouth on Saturday to win its first Ivy League Championship since 2008.
With two wins against Penn on Friday, the Light Blue baseball team clinched the Lou Gehrig division title, marking the third time since 2008 that the Lions will compete for the conference championship.
With its 7-0 sweep of Princeton on April 21, the No. 65-ranked Columbia women's tennis squad earned its first ever Ivy League title. Check out what three players—Kanika Vaidya, Bianca Sanon, and Nicole Bartnik—had to say about the accomplishment.
Julian Bongiorno, SEAS '13, fundraised for cancer research by offering to cut his hair in whatever style for which his donors voted. Check out the final outcome after Julian got his haircut on April 24 on Low Steps.
Columbia dropped both contests of the doubleheader, 5-4 and 9-3.
May 23, 11:57am
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