Columbia is set to face off against Dartmouth at home for the ILCS.
The Light Blue only needs to take two from the Quakers in order to lock down first place in the Lou Gehrig Division.
Before playing four conference games at the end of the week, the Lions will travel to the Bronx where Coach Boretti plans to use Lions who do not normally get much playing time.
Columbia heads to Princeton, where it will have the chance to maintain the best record in the Ivy League.
Columbia will play two doubleheaders this weekend as it hosts Cornell whose dominant pitching will prove to be a challenge for the Lions' offense.
The Light Blue pitching could prove crucial in checking St. John's offensive powerhouse.
When it comes down to numbers, the Lions should have the edge over Yale and Brown.
Though the Lions were able to score in the first inning and hit homeruns, the pitchers struggled to contain the Rutgers' offense and the Lions lost 15-6.
After winning five of their last six games, the Lions will face Harvard, which is playing under new management this year as well as Dartmouth, whose pitching has been superb.
The dominating offenses of the University of Central Florida and the University of Miami will challenge the Lions before their first conference game at the end of the month.
May 17, 11:47pm
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