The No. 27 Lions took down No. 75 Binghampton at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center this weekend.
Men's tennis, which have suffered just one loss to date in 2014, will take on No. 75 Binghamton at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center on Saturday.
The Lions earned a solid 5-2 home victory over Middle Tennessee State on Sunday.
Despite first year Tori Oliver's impressive performance, the Lions fell to Dartmouth then lost to Harvard on Senior Night.
Although the Lions held the lead for almost the entire first half, they couldn’t keep it up, and fell 64-51 on Senior Night.
First-year forward Tori Oliver had her best game of the year, but it wasn’t enough to hold off the Big Green, who triumphed over the Lions at Levien, 82-75.
After winning ECACs, Columbia will take on the Blue Raiders at home.
The Lions will face the Big Green and Crimson in their final hometand of 2013-14.
Columbia has won twice in two weekends, a nice rebound from a tough start to conference play.
The Lions and the Bears gave fans a good show Friday night in Levien.
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