Last weekend was a reminder of how good Columbia baseball can be.
The baseball team fell to the bottom of the Lou Gehrig Division.
After playing competitively in their nonconference games, the Lions could repeat last season’s Ivy League success.
Following up on a 4-0 win over Army on Thursday night, the Lions take on conference opponents Yale and Brown in games rescheduled for Sunday and Monday.
After splitting the first four games of their spring break trip through Texas, the Lions fell at Texas A&M and UTA.
The Light Blue’s spring break trip to Texas didn’t get off to the best start.
The Lions gave their fans a memorable season despite the departure of some key pieces from last year’s team.
Under the tutelage of head coach Brett Boretti, the baseball program has had some of its best seasons.
While the Ivy's 14-game regular season is unique in college basketball, a conference tournament is necessary to ensure the best teams earn postseason bids, according to Ryan Young.
The Lions showed what they are capable of on Friday at Princeton, but still have some issues to sort out defending around the basket.
The Bookseller outside Milano talks about CU attitude, useless MoHi restaurants, and reading beyond the CoreApr 17, 2:29pm
The independent bookseller (and published author) outside of Milano, Steven Hann, sells books with pride. His work of poetry Blonde, Blue Eyed, and Handsome and book Mr. Manner’s Guide to... Read More
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In an email to students on Thursday, Columbia College Dean James Valentini announced the creation of a new site that consolidates information about on campus resources, including student health, academic advising,... Read More
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