The women’s field hockey (2-2) team will go head to head against Brown (2-2) on Friday before traveling to Richmond (2-4) on Sunday. The Lions started the season strong with a pair of wins at Longwood and James Madison, before falling to Maryland and American.
Cross country wasted no time in picking up where it left off, while women's soccer faced stiff competition at the UNF Tournament in Jacksonville.
Field Hockey faced some tough opponents while men and women's golf finished the weekend strong.
Lacrosse won one of its last two games, track and field had record-breaking performances, and softball dropped three of its last four over the weekend.
Columbia ended its season by dropping three of four games to Penn.
The softball team lost its final non-conference games of the year against Lehigh whose dominant pitching and offense left the Lions trailing for all of both games.
After dropping three of four games last weekend, the Lions will face Lehigh in a road twin-bill on Tuesday.
The softball team now has a winning record after sweeping Cornell and Marist this week with the help of dominant pitching and a potent offense.
The underclassmen stood out with key performances during the weekend's battles against Yale and Brown.
It was a full weekend for the Light Blue as the spring season gears up with many sports in conference play.
Dec 10, 6:55pm
Barnard Student Government Association correspondent Emma Goss brings you the highlights from Monday night’s Barnard SGA representative council meeting. What They’ve Done: Dean Avis Hinkson, BC ’84 and TC ’87, spoke about increasing... Read More
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