Four Columbia wrestlers competed in the NCAA Championships from March 20 to 22, but the Lions were outmatched by the top competition in the country.
See how the Lions faired in competition this weekend, as winter sports finished their seasons and spring competition heated up.
A number of Columbia teams were competed in an action-filled weekend for Columbia.
First-year Marcus Scheidel, senior Josh Houldsworth, and sophomore Zack Hernandez all earned automatic bids to the national championships.
The Lions are still in contention for some conference titles and NCAA bids after Day 1 of the EIWA championships in Philadelphia.
Fencing at the NCAA Regional Championships and wrestling at the EIWA Championships highlight this weekend's action for Columbia.
Columbia wrestlers compete in the EIWA Championships this weekend in the hopes of earning a bid to the upcoming NCAA Championships.
While the Lions' winter seasons are wrapping up, the spring season are just getting started.
The Lions finished their regular season with two home victories over Ivy League opponents Harvard and Brown.
The Lions jumped out to a big lead early and didn’t look back, prevailing 33-10 over the Crimson.
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