The men's soccer team could not build on a strong nonconference performance, tying its first two Ivy contests en route to a 1-3-3 finish in Ancient Eight play.
Football and men's soccer fell to Cornell, women's basketball lost to Lafayette, and volleyball splits its last two contests.
Despite performing well in nonconference games, the Lions were unable to translate that success to Ivy play and finished seventh in the Ancient Eight.
Men's soccer, which has disappointed in Ivy play, will play the struggling Big Red on Saturday.
Football, volleyball, and both soccer teams fell while women's basketball split its weekend contests. Tennis put on a stellar performance at the National Indoor Championships.
Men's soccer fell 2-0 to Harvard, ending Columbia's hopes at finishing the season undefeated at home.
Men's soccer will host its final home game of the year against first-place Harvard, which stands 4-1 in Ivy play.
An early goal by Najem followed by a goal from Tinari at the 59th minute gave the Lions a victory over the Pioneers.
The Light Blue rallied in the last 10 minutes of its game against Yale, but couldn't come away with a victory to extend its title chase.
The Light Blue men's soccer team will look to break a tie for fifth place in the Ancient Eight this weekend against the Bulldogs.
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