In his second appearance on the show, Pizzano shares the challenges of being back in the classroom, explains how he ended up on a nationally-televised commercial, and more.
Multiple ZBT alumni have confirmed what students have long suspected: ZBT was not put on probation for hazing its own pledges, and was not alone among the Columbia fraternities in its involvement with the new women on the field hockey team.
Summer baseball leagues allow CU players to completely focus on the sport and hone their skills, getting prepared for the upcoming season.
Pizzano had a solid first year in the minors and is working his way through the system, showing that he has the potential to reach the majors.
Light Blue baseball's Joey Falcone comes on the show to talk about the Lions' conference championship last spring and the perspective he's gained since serving in Afghanistan and Iraq and coming to the Ivy League.
Not only did Lions' baseball win the Ivy title, they did so through unconventional methods.
Unfortunately, while it is important to praise baseball for its 2013 season, it is imperative to acknowledge basketball—the team that may have set Columbia athletics back a few years.
Senior Tim Giel has become the second member of the baseball team to join a Major League organization this summer, signing with the Yankees on Thursday.
Columbia senior Alex Black was selected in he 29th round of the MLB Draft.
The Lions mounted a furious comeback to win 6-5 in 13 innings over New Mexico on Saturday, but were eliminated from the tournament with a 10-5 loss on Sunday.
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