The Lions fell to the Bears 48-7 on Saturday to close out a dreadful season. Columbia went winless in conference play for the 11th time since the beginning of official Ivy League competition in 1956.
A tight contest with Michigan State illustrates the reasons we should care about Columbia athletics.
After another blowout loss form Columbia football, it has become harder to summon optimism.
Homecoming offers an opportunity to change perspectives about the Columbia football program.
After two games, Lions fans find themselves in a familiar place—on their backs in pain and shock after Lucy has cruelly ripped the football away from us.
Columnist Peter Andrews dissects the first game of volleyball at the Columbia Invitational.
Though the Lions' football program has struggled lately, there are still reasons to keep rooting, especially with the arrival of Brett Nottingham.
Watching cricket, says Peter Andrews, is a relaxing way to spend an afternoon.
Although baseball is waning in national popularity, it is prime time to root for the Lions as they lead the Lou Gehrig division.
Inspired by Gulati's creative use of the U.S. squad's home field in the World Cup qualifier, Peter Andrews wonders how the Lions could use Baker Field to their advantage.
Dec 7, 2:09pm
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