The men's basketball, women's basketball, and wrestling teams have all been in action over the past two weeks, while women's soccer named a new coach.
After 20 seasons at the helm of the women's soccer program, Kevin McCarthy, CC '85, has resigned to pursue other opportunities.
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.
After falling into a 2-0 hole, the Lions roared back in the second half but ultimately fell to Ivy-champion Harvard.
Women's soccer will end its season on Senior Day, facing first-place Harvard, which already clinched the Ivy championship.
Columbia's women's soccer team has yet to win an Ancient Eight game, but this weekend against Yale may be the perfect time to break that.
Field hockey and women's soccer lost at Dartmouth while men's soccer picked up the win. Meanwhile, volleyball lost a close one against Cornell.
Despite getting on the board early, the Light Blue surrendered four goals to lose in Hanover.
Women's soccer will face the Big Green, undefeated at home, in Hanover on Saturday.
First-year Allison Spencer is Spectator's Athlete of the Week after helping the Lions force a draw against Princeton.
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