The Columbia wrestling has undergone a makeover with junior Ryan Flores, Kenji Porter, and Derek Sickles leaving the team. Nevertheless, the squad is optimistic about its chances in the upcoming 2009-2010 campaign.
Neither Penn nor Harvard, both undefeated and tied atop the Ivy League standings, overlooked their opponents this past weekend in anticipation of their all-important match up next weekend. Each turned in impressive performances as they dominated Princeton and Columbia, respectively.
At the start of the weekend, Columbia was looking at undefeated Harvard and Penn at the top of the Ivy standings. Both stayed there and kept their Ivy League title aspirations alive, but in very different styles.
Despite a slow start, Penn's preseason All-American corner Chris Wynn figures to be an imposing figure this weekend as both a special teams threat and a lock-down defensive back.
Coming off consecutive last-second losses, Brown football will rely on new quarterback Kyle Newhall and veterans Bobby Sewall and David Howard to lead them as it prepares to face in-state rival Rhode Island this weekend and the rest of its Ivy League schedule.
Coming off a strong performance against Fordham's formidable running attack, the Columbia run defense must again be stout in order to stymie Central Connecticut State star James Mallory if the Light Blue hope to start off the year 2-0.
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