After going 1-9 this season, Columbia said goodbye to former head coach Norries Wilson and hello to Pete Mangurian.
Although four Ancient Eight teams made it to the post-season, all of their seasons have come to a close.
With the Columbia men’s basketball on its current tear, I am reminded of the old adage “if you live by the three, you die by the three.” Whether or not this saying—usually applied to the NBA—will hold true for the Lions will be key in discussions of the team’s Ivy League fate.
The search committee hopes to find the next man to lead Columbia football by next Thursday’s deadline.
This past weekend contained by far the most hectic and intense experiences I have had as a Columbia sports fan. I made my voice heard across the Northeast, from the back row of Gampel Pavilion in Storrs, Conn. to the freezing bleachers of Cornell soccer’s Berman Field in Ithaca.
The football team, now 0-9, has one chance left to win a game in 2011.
The Lions will try to win their first game since the last time they faced Cornell, when they beat the Big Red in the inaugural Empire State Bowl.
This team is 0-7, and it can’t seem to do anything right, but the heart displayed at Baker on Saturday was tremendous.
Several injuries have plagued the Lions this semester, possible altering the final results of their recent contests.
The Lions remain winless as they were shutout 37-0 during Dartmouth's homecoming game this past Saturday afternoon.
May 17, 11:47pm
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