While football made history, cross country closed out its season while other winter sports are starting to gear up.
Spectator Sports Staff
Football and men's soccer fell to Cornell, women's basketball lost to Lafayette, and volleyball splits its last two contests.
Football, volleyball, and both soccer teams fell while women's basketball split its weekend contests. Tennis put on a stellar performance at the National Indoor Championships.
Field hockey and women's soccer lost at Dartmouth while men's soccer picked up the win. Meanwhile, volleyball lost a close one against Cornell.
Cross country had another strong national performance, but the squad was far from the only Light Blue team in action.
Columbia had a spread of success and defeats across the board over the weekend.
In a packed weekend for Columbia athletics, soccer had to settle for ties while volleyball and field hockey picked up key conference wins and cross country and both tennis squads continued to impress.
Many Light Blue teams had good weekends, especially men's soccer, which extended its winning streak to five games.
Many Light Blue teams found success over the weekend, including women's tennis winning a doubles title and field hockey winning its first Ivy contest of the season.
Spectator recaps the highs and lows of a year in Columbia athletics.
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