While baseball and softball both had their doubleheaders postponed, it was otherwise a successful Saturday for Columbia athletics. Most notably, the #10 ranked men’s heavyweight rowing team defeated #8 Princeton and Penn to win its first Childs Cup since 1963. A year after losing by just over a second to Princeton, the boat put it all together to win by nine seconds (or approximately two boatlengths).
Elsewhere, the women’s rowing team took home the Howard Willkins Bowl, winning the most points of all five teams (including Georgetown, George Washington, Navy, and St. Joseph’s), and the women’s lacrosse team got back to .500, defeating Bryant 19-11. Holly Glynn had 5 goals, while Gabrielle Geronimos added 4 goals and 3 assists (photo by Columbia University Athletics).
@don't be rude. They did a good job, so congratulate them.
@Good job crew! Congrats, especially like the kegger you guys had afterwards.
@oh hi crew member!
@yeah, i'm jealous hey bwog/blue and white, as a female rugby player i resent there not being a supplementary article on women’s rugby to sam’s article on men’s rugby. what’s the deal?
@hmm that’s possibly because the only people who care about women’s rugby are most likely on the team
@beauty school drop out yay crew!