Despite a dominant start to the season, baseball has seen its pitching suffer with the team now in a three-game streak.
Though the Lions were able to score in the first inning and hit homeruns, the pitchers struggled to contain the Rutgers' offense and the Lions lost 15-6.
After sweeping the struggling Crimson on Saturday, the Lions fell twice to the dominant Big Green in Sunday's doubleheader.
The young team has shown resilience so far this season and will look to avenge last year's loss against Cornell.
Despite beginning the season with the faint hope of pushing for a first place finish in the Ivy League and a spot in the NCAA tournament, the Lions found themselves on the outside looking in as they fell to last place in the standings.
The Lions were defeated 71-26 in the final game of their extremely disappointing season.
After a miserable basketball season, Columbia fans need to have more realistic expectations and be more critical of the teams.
The Light Blue will send 11 fencers to nationals after stellar performances at Regionals this weekend.
Over the weekend, men's basketball held two halftime leads, but lost both games after allowing second-half comebacks.
Men's basketball heads to Harvard, followed by Dartmouth in the final competitions of the season.
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