The Columbia baseball team came just short of an Ivy title, falling to Dartmouth in the championship series in three games.
The Columbia baseball team swept its doubleheader against Penn on Friday to clinch the Gehrig Division title for the second time in three years.
As I soon realized, the people I was looking to meet on this campus weren’t in the fraternities or the student government—they were on the sports staff of Spectator.
The Lions' pitching will be crucial in their games against Penn this weekend, in which they will look for a chance to compete in the playoffs.
Now that sports media has become a 24-hour news outlet, ESPN and fellow networks have to recognize the message their sending by focusing on the individual side stories of superstars like Tiger Woods and Stephen Strasburg.
Baseball's powerful hitters were too much for Princeton to handle, and the league-leading Lions won three of four games this weekend.
After opening conference play two weeks ago, Columbia is set to challenge Princeton this weekend.
Buying and selling tickets online is not as easy as you would think.
The Lions have given opposing pitchers a reason to fear their bats this season. Four Columbia batters—Dean Forthun, Nick Ferraresi, Alexander Aurrichio, and Jon Eisen—have hit for over .300 this season as all but one player have hit for over .275.
With an off day today, Columbia couldn’t ask for much more than a five-game win streak to lead them into the Ivy League season.
Jun 10, 11:27pm
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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