This year, a rule change rendered this weekend's track meet meaningless in terms of potentially qualifying for NCAAs. Nonetheless, 14 Lions are expected to compete.
The track and field teams were not quite up to snuff at the Ivy Heptagonal Championships in Hanover, N.H.
Track and field makes the trek to Hanover, N.H., to compete at Heps on Saturday. The Ivy League Championships marks the last chance for runners to make the cutoff for NCAAs.
While most of the team rested for the upcoming Ivy League Championships, Columbia's distance medley relay teams travelled to South Bend, Ind. to compete.
With the Ivy Championships coming up next week, two relay teams for Columbia track and field will head to Indiana to compete at the Notre Dame Alex Wilson Invitational while the rest of the team rests up.
Grounded by canceled flights, the Lions overwhelmed its competition this Friday, while senior John Gregorek ran the Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games.
In front of a sold-out crowd, senior John Gregorek ran a decent mile on Saturday but was outmatched by the steep competition.
Instead of heading to Iowa, the Lions competed at home yet again.
Finn Vigeland explores a “beautiful, beloved corner of the city.”
Though initially planning to compete at the Iowa State Classic, the track team's travel plans were derailed due to flight cancellations. Nevertheless, the team will compete at the Lafayette/Rider Invitational instead.
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