It is a common misconception that only the top five finishers from each team matter in a cross country meet. Even though the sixth runner breaks a potential tie, and the rest of the finishers add points onto rivals’ scores, some coaches tend to focus primarily on their top racers, believing they have a bigger impact on meet results....
Seniors leave it all on the course as women’s cross country clinches third straight Ivy title, Vasbinder claims top men’s honors
The crowd began to close in on the runners even before the starting gun’s smoke had cleared the air. Its eagerness—and unabashed intensity—is emblematic of the importance of the Ivy League Heptagonal Cross Country Championships to the cross country community....
With the start of the college football season fast approaching, senior linebacker and co-captain Michael Murphy, senior defensive lineman Daniel DeLorenzi, and head coach Al Bagnoli traveled to ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut on Thursday for Ivy League Football Media Day....
“Let’s go Brozy! Right here.”
We, Columbia students, are not that amazing.
Updated April 22, 2019 at 10:30 a.m.
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Many would not call tennis a loud sport, but at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center this weekend, the enthusiasm could be both felt and heard among the crowd of students and alumni as they chanted players’ names and “Go Lions!” at men’s tennis’ Ivy League opening matches against Yale and Brown....
“Do you take any notice of people you don’t know?”
At 9 o’clock sharp this past Thursday, the doors of Lerner’s Roone Arledge Auditorium swung open as members of various performance troupes stormed the tables for the best seating available. This, however, was ultimately in vain; in short order, many had taken to the dance floor, leaving only small pockets of students clustered around the edges....