‘Artists x Advocacy’ panel illuminates Asian art and music representation during the COVID-19 pandemic
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With influx of new talent, former Columbia coach Kenny Blakeney is working to transform HBCU basketball
When Kenny Blakeney joined Jim Engles’ staff in 2018, he was trying to satisfy “an itch.”
The men’s tennis team’s past decade has undeniably been one of ascent. However, the reason for this positive shift is rather unclear because, all in all, the Columbia men’s tennis program has not changed much within these years. The Dick Savitt Tennis Center has remained the team’s home court. The Light Blue still practices for outdoor matches in Riverside Park, making it the only ranked Division I school without outdoor tennis courts. Former head coach Bid Goswami was already in the 28th season of his tenure when the decade opened—his calm, concise method of coaching remained a constant....
Men’s tennis bounced back from a devastating loss to No. 34 Northwestern to blank Florida Atlantic University at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center.
After a week off, men’s tennis took a trip to Evanston, Illinois to face DePaul and No. 34 Northwestern. These were the Lions’ first non-tournament dual matches and provided split results for the No. 7 ranked team....
Coming into the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Team Indoor Championship, No. 9 men’s tennis was in for an uphill battle. The prestigious 16-team tournament, held in Madison, Wisconsin, brought together some of the best Division I tennis talent in the country....
Women’s tennis successfully defended its title as the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference indoor champion this weekend at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center. The Lions’ win was the fourth ECAC title the program has won in the past seven years under the leadership of head coach Illene Weintraub, who also led the team to victories in 2014, 2016, and 2019. This year’s tournament was the first since 2014 to be hosted by the Light Blue....
After two hard-fought wins over No. 20 Oklahoma State and No. 16, Tennessee, the No. 13 Columbia men’s tennis team came home to the Dick Savitt Tennis Center to sweep the University of South Florida 7-0, marking first-year head coach Howard Endelman’s win at home at the helm....
Without a doubt, men’s tennis is here to stay. Despite losing some of its most consistent players on the court in Victor Pham, Will Matheson, and Tim Wang, all CC ’19, as well as 37-year head coach Bid Goswami, the No. 18 Lions asserted their dominance at ITA Kickoff Weekend, qualifying them for the ITA National Team Indoor Championship. This is the fifth time since 2015 that the Light Blue will compete in the prestigious event....