Catch up on all of Columbia’s juicy sports content from this weekend!

Men’s Tennis: Columbia’s men’s tennis players won two Ivy matches this weekend against Princeton (5-2) and Columbia (7-0) to continue their undefeated Ivy record this season.

Women’s Tennis: The women’s team lost a match to Princeton this weekend (4-1), making their Ivy record 2-2, 13-3 overall.

Lightweight Rowing: The Columbia rowers won the Dodge Cup for a second year in a row in New York this weekend against competitors Penn and Yale in the varsity eight with a time of 5:44:59.

Heavyweight Rowing: The heavyweight rowing team lost the Childs Cup on Saturday morning, but won the Collins Cup in the afternoon. In the morning, the rowers fell short in Leonia, NJ against Princeton and Penn, but picked up the pace in the afternoon in Piscataway against Rutgers.

Lacrosse: CU lost to Yale on Saturday in a home game against Yale (17-10). It was also Columbia’s senior day, where they celebrated their seniors: Katharine Berdy, Lindsey Ewertsen, Emily Manville, Laine Parsons, Sarah Nick, and Madeleine Stutzin.

Baseball: This weekend, Columbia won three baseball games against Yale in New Haven, Connecticut with scores of 8-2, 3-2, 4-1.

Men’s Golf: At Columbia Invitational, in West Orange, NJ, Columbia finished fourth with three players finishing top-20.

Softball: Columbia’s softball team won three games against Cornell this weekend with scores of 12-0, 12-4, and 8-0, making its Ivy record 9-3, 17-15 overall.

Track and Field: The Columbia track team competed in two different track events in the Northeast this weekend. In Providence, at the Ocean State Invitational, some highlights included Brian Zabilski’s first place mile run with a time of 4:05.51 and Solomon Rice’s third place 800-meter run with a time of 1:51.04. In Storrs, Connecticut, at the UConn Northeast Challenge, some highlights included Jack Pihlkar’s first place hammer throw, Jackson Storey’s first place 800-meter run, Katie Wasserman’s second place mile run, and Terri Turner’s second place 800-meter run.

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