Women's squash and wrestling both split their weekend matchups.
Columbia looked to be a worthy candidate to overthrow the undefeated Cornell, but could not escape the pins.
Wrestling slipped to a 4-5 record following a loss to Hofstra, but picked up a win against American.
Columbia looks for strong performance in home match
Over the break, Columbia wrestling won half of their matches, generally showing a level of inconsistency.
The Big Red, the Crimson, and the Tigers are slowly beginning to separate themselves from the rest of the league as Ivy play approaches.
An improvement in the save percentage between this season and last is a testament to the work that goalkeeping coach Kipp and the three goalies of the women's soccer team have collectively put in this season.
The Light Blue fell to No. 16 Maryland and Rutgers, and beat Drexel at Northeast Duals.
Wrestling will take on Rutgers, Maryland, and Drexel this weekend in Asics Northeast Collegiate Duals.
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