The Columbia men’s and women’s swimming teams finished their seasons with a busy weekend, both swimming at the ECAC Championships in Maryland while the men also competed at the Ivy League Championships.
The women's swimming team will head to Annapolis after a disappointing showing at Ivies last weekend.
The Lions will bring their best swimmers to this weekend's Ivies, where Columbia will face formidable Harvard and Princeton squads.
The Lions followed up a historic regular season with an average performance at the Ivy Championships—fourth overall.
The women's swim team will bring improved suits and an undefeated record to the lanes at this week's Ivy League Championships.
The women’s team has a chance to go 7-0.
Individual performances stood out in the Lions 157-140 loss to Navy.
The Lions head down to Annapolis, Md.
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams head to Brown on Saturday to build on their impressive homecoming wins over Cornell. Columbia’s No.
The men's and women's swimming and diving teams swept the Big Red.
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