Gaughn stood out on the women's volleyball team because of her play and her leadership.
After a winless Ivy League season just a few years ago, women's tennis won its first title in the conference.
Performing well overall, the Lions did not come back empty-handed from competitions on the road.
The Light Blue teams hit the road for another weekend of competitions against a range of opponents.
Although the men's tennis team will not capture the Ivy League title, their recent wins against Brown and Yale show how athletes must bounce back after losses.
Light blue golf features top-five finishes while rowing falls short against Ivy foes.
While the men's heavyweight rowing team will stay on home waters and face Princeton and Penn, the lightweight team will compete in Pennsylvania against Penn and Yale. Meanwhile, the golf teams will both face Ivy opponents.
The Lions performed well this weekend, posting several key wins both in the water and on the golf course.
After sweeping Cornell, the women's tennis team shows that it has a championship mindset and reassures fans that each player at the capability to win.
After a solid fall season, the Lions opened the spring season with a lackluster second-to-last place finish at the Seahawk Invitational, hosted by UNCW.
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Many students associate experimental music with the depths of Brooklyn, but Jake Gagne, CC ’16, is bringing the avant-garde to Morningside Heights. Gagne released his debut EP, “Violent Moan,” at... Read More
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In case you needed yet another reason to get back to campus this fall, the student filmmakers of For Dad Films — a new filmmaking group on campus — have... Read More
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