No. 4 men’s squash (7-1 overall, 3-0 Ivy) will aim to continue its domination of top-ranked teams this weekend in consecutive non-conference matches against No. 6 University of Rochester (2-1) on Saturday, followed by No. 3 St. Lawrence (5-1) on Sunday in upstate New York....
Track and field continues winter competition this Friday as the Lions return to Staten Island’s Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex to compete in the NYC Gotham Cup. On Saturday, Columbia will compete against Yale and Dartmouth in Hanover....
Wrestling continues its dual season this weekend, hosting Drexel—an Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association competitor—on Saturday.
Men’s basketball sits at 3-12, winless in the Ivy League and in dire need of a victory. With Cornell coming to Morningside Heights on Saturday, the Lions’ offense will match up against a Big Red defense that has been shaky all season long—ranking 308th in Division I play in defensive efficiency, according to kenpom.com....
Men’s basketball will look to bounce back on Saturday in a home tilt against Cornell after going winless in its season-opening road trip last weekend.
Men’s tennis began its quest for a fifth consecutive Ivy League title at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Invitational in Atlanta, Georgia with a vengeance, outshining Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Illinois last weekend....
After two decisive losses on the road to open its Ivy season last weekend, women’s basketball returns home to welcome Cornell on Saturday.
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After Columbia’s first weekend of Ivy League competition, women’s basketball returned home winless after playing Princeton and Penn.
Fencing is set to compete in its first meet of the new year at the Penn State Invitational, where it will face many of the country’s strongest teams.