Aggressive defense has become a staple of this year's Lions team.
Last weekend’s action in the Ivy League gave a clear idea of the landscape in the women’s basketball conference.
It took an overtime thriller, a second-half injury comeback, and 25 prior years of disappointment, but finally—finally—women’s basketball secured that elusive fifteenth victory.
Columbia's Melissa Shafer posts career high points in the win over Dartmouth.
Women’s basketball will host Pink Zone Night and the reigning champions, the Dartmouth Big Green, in a momentous game on Friday, Feb. 19.
How do you stop Judie Lomax?
Columbia won a thriller against Brown, but lost the next day against Yale.
With 30 seconds left in the game, Columbia’s Lauren Dwyer stepped to the line with a chance to trim Yale’s lead to one. However, the normally dependable shooter couldn’t deliver this time and missed both free throws. Yale eventually won 81-74.
Judie Lomax leads Lions past Bears with 23 points.
Before next weekend’s blockbuster matchup against the league-leading Princeton Tigers, women’s basketball will play at Brown and Yale and try to improve its 3-1 conference record.
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