Feb

17

Bwog Sports Sunday: Stepping Up

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Men's Swimming tops Princeton. Or Justin Bieber showed up

Men’s Swimming tops Princeton. Or Justin Bieber showed up

The Lions stepped up their game this weekend and hit some major milestones in the season: a seventh consecutive win, a first Ivy League victory, a spot in the ECAC finals, and more. Men’s Swimming & Diving took down Princeton in the final home meet of the season for their seventh straight win as they head into the ECAC Championships and the Ivy League Championships in the coming weeks. Of the many kick-ass swims of the day, speedy sophomore David Jakl tallied three wins in the 200 butterfly, 200 backstroke, and 100 butterfly. At the Tennis ECAC Championships, the Lions advanced to the finals after sophomore and No. 60-ranked Winston Lin came back from 0-4 in the third set to upset Princeton’s No. 3-ranked Matija Pecotic, 3-6, 6-0, 6-4.  Women’s Basketball picked up their first Ivy League win against Brown on Friday as the Men’s team dropped two road games to Brown and Yale over the weekend. Wrestling pummeled Princeton in a special meet held at the New York Athletic Club.

Check out the rest of the results from this week after the jump

Men’s Basketball (10-12, 2-6 Ivy League):

Results:

Brown 55-58 (L)

Yale 56-75 (L)

Up Next:  Two home games in a row. First, Princeton on Friday at 7 pm in Levien Gymnasium. Then, Penn on Saturday, same time, same place.

 

Women’s Basketball (3-18, 1-6 Ivy League):

Results:

Brown 62-51 (W)

Yale 43-62 (L)

Up Next:  Away game against Princeton at 7 pm on Friday, followed by another road match-up against Penn on Saturday at 7 pm.

 

Men’s Swimming & Diving (8-2, 5-2 Ivy League):

Results: 

Princeton 158-138 (W)*

Up Next: The ECAC Championships at Harvard the weekend of 3/1 to 3/3

*Columbia honored seniors Jason Collazo, Patrick Dougherty, Richard Fineman, and John Wright in their final home meet

 

 

Women’s Squash (4-11, 0-7 Ivy League):

Results:

CSA Team Nationals 

George Washington 8-1 (W)

Dartmouth 0-9 (L)

Up next: Women’s Squash will compete at Individual Nationals in Hartford, CT the weekend of 3/1 to 3/3

 

Wrestling (5-7, 1-2 Ivy League):

Results:

Princeton 30-7 (W)

Penn 9-23 (L)*

Up Next: Harvard in Cambridge on Friday at 6 pm and then Brown on Saturday at noon in Providence

*Columbia honored seniors Ryan Doyle, Robert Dyar, Andrew Grabfelder, Chris Manna, Nick Mills, Jake O’Hara, Stephen West, Steve Santos, and Tyler Sheridan in their final home meet 

 

Women’s Tennis (2-3) 

Results:

Kansas State 4-2 (W)

Memphis 3-4 (L)

Up Next: Road match against Maryland on Saturday at 11 am, followed by Akron at home (Dick Savitt Tennis Center) at 11 am

 

Men’s Tennis (4-2):

Results:

ECAC Team Championships 

George Washington 4-2 (W)

Semifinal: Princeton 4-3 (W)

Final: Cornell

Up Next: After a short break, the guys will face George Washington at home at 2 pm on Friday, 3/1.

Jubilant yet hairless swimmers via Columbia Athletics

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3 Comments

  1. Anonymous  

    cole hickman is easily the most annoying person on campus

  2. Anonymous

    Columbia swimming is the best in the ivies.

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