Columbia was able to make a name for itself defensively in nonconference play because it applied pressure along the perimeter. The strategy hasn't been as effective in conference play because Ivy teams don't rely on three-pointers as much.
Columbia men's basketball has a chance to gain ground in the Ivy standings this week against Yale and Brown. The Lions are back on their home turf at Levien gym for the Friday and Sunday contests.
The Light Blue will need to reassess its defensive game down low entering this weekend's games.
Forward Armani Cotton had a double-double in the Bulldogs' win over Harvard.
The Lions fell behind early and couldn’t recover, falling 68-60.
Men’s basketball takes on Penn and Princeton on the road this weekend. The Lions look to improve upon a 2-2 Ivy record, following losses against Yale and Brown last weekend.
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Yale's Justin Sears will bring his consistent double-digit scoring to the matchup with Columbia this Friday.
After a tight first half, Columbia pulled away in the second to earn its first Ivy win of the season against Cornell.
The Lions will take on Central Pennsylvania on Saturday in their final contest before the start of Ivy play.
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