Men's basketball has a shot at 20 wins for the first time in over 40 years, taking on Penn and Princeton at Levien this weekend.
The women’s basketball team (4-11, 1-0 Ivy) entered Levien Gymnasium Saturday afternoon eagerly anticipating its first opportunity to showcase what head coach Stephanie Glance has called a different team than the one fans saw early in the season.
Coming off a successful nonconference season, the Lions will take on Cornell in their first game of league play.
After significant offseason changes, both the men's and women's basketball teams are looking to fly high to success.
Barbour recently signed with a Greek sports agency, and he hopes for offers to continue his basketball career in Europe in August.
The new women's basketball head coach promised a renewed commitment to recruiting and building a strong foundation with the players.
The Light Blue has found its new head coach in Illinois State's Stephanie Glance. The veteran coach comes to Columbia with more than 25 years of coaching experience.
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.
Athletic Director M. Dianne Murphy was disappointed in the performance of women's basketball and wants the "right fit" for its next head coach.
Mar 10, 9:38am
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