How to navigate Light Blue sporting events, direct from Spec Sports' own Molly Tow.
With two wins against Penn on Friday, the Light Blue baseball team clinched the Lou Gehrig division title, marking the third time since 2008 that the Lions will compete for the conference championship.
The aftermath of an infamous Chicago baseball incident shows how sports communities make the experience of being a fan more meaningful.
Despite being predicted to finish third place in the Ivy League, the Light Blue men’s basketball team had a disappointing 2012-2013 season, as they posted a record of 12-16 overall and 4-10 in conference play, and finished in last place.
Claire Bouchard, BC ’15, will be headed to Germany this September as a member of the AJKA United States National Karate Team.
This isn’t Bouchard’s first time competing abroad, as the 5-foot-1 athlete has already been to tournaments in six foreign countries.
Columbia needs an equivalent of the Arts Initiative for professional sports—a way of giving the student body awareness of and access to affordable tickets easily and consistently.
After the second week of Ivy League play, Harvard, Brown, Dartmouth, and Yale share a 1-1 record.
With less than a minute on the clock, the Lions missed key free throws, which allowed Elon to make the game-winning three pointer with 2.3 seconds left in the game.
Alex Jones ponders the nature of sports writing, and its special place in our academic environment.
The Lions will send players to two tournaments this week.
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