Men's Soccer Muneeb Alam / Spectator Senior Staff Writer
In an intense, physical match on Senior Day, the men’s soccer team (5-2-1, 0-0-1 Ivy) recovered from a less-than-ideal start to earn a 2-2 draw over Brown (3-4-2, 0-0-1 Ivy) on Saturday. The tie ended the Lions’ five-game winning streak.
Women's Soccer Robert Mitchell / Spectator Staff Writer
In its first home Ivy matchup of 2013, women’s soccer met Brown in what turned out to be a hard-fought match that ended in a 0-0 tie after double overtime. The tie ended the Bears’ (6-2-1, 1-0-1 Ivy) four-game winning streak, while the Light Blue (5-3-2, 0-1-1) has now shut out its last three home opponents.
Volleyball Eric Wong / Spectator Senior Staff Writer
In front of a packed Levien crowd on Friday, Columbia volleyball (3-9, 1-2 Ivy) came back against Penn by winning the fourth and fifth sets for its first Ivy victory of the season. But the Lions had to settle for a weekend split as they dropped a 3-1 match to Princeton the following night. The Lions have struggled to finish matches in the fifth set but finally accomplished the feat against the Quakers. It was the Lions’ first fifth-set win in five attempts.
Field Hockey Madeleine Steinberg / Spectator Staff Writer
The women’s field hockey team (4-6, 1-2 Ivy) recovered from a Friday night loss to Princeton (6-3, 3-0 Ivy) to clinch a solid victory over University of Massachusetts Lowell (1-10) on Sunday. Princeton, the 2012 national champions, scored just 24 seconds into the game, establishing an offensive rhythm that the Lions found hard to break.
Cross Country Madeleine Steinberg / Spectator Staff Writer
The men’s cross country team captured a victory on the national stage on Friday, earning a historic win at the Notre Dame Invitational. Women’s cross country had a successful weekend as well, capturing fifth place at the Paul Short Invitational.
Women's Tennis Phil Godzin / Spectator Staff Writer
With the rest of the women’s tennis team off this week, sophomore Kanika Vaidya and senior Bianca Sanon traveled to Los Angeles to represent the Lions at the All-American Championships. The highlight of the tournament was Vaidya and Sanon’s doubles play.
In Brief: Men's Tennis Kyle Perrotti / Spectator Staff Writer