Stuck on campus this fall break? Take this weekend as an opportunity to actually learn the words to the Fight Song and flaunt those vocal pipes at any of the following athletic events on this list compiled by none other than Sports Editor Eunice Bae.

As fall athletic teams approach the ends of their seasons, several games will be happening today and tomorrow either at Baker or right here in our very own Dodge Fitness Center! If you’re sticking around for the weekend, come out and show some support for the Lions!

Friday, November 1st (today)

Field Hockey vs. Yale

  • 6 pm @ Baker Athletics Complex
  • Season record: 7-7 (3-2 IVY)
  • This is the Lions’ field hockey team’s Military Appreciation Night and Alumnae Game– Columbia has partnered with the Wounded Warriors Project, an organization dedicated to serving injured veterans and service members in their transition back to civilian life. You can donate to Columbia’s fundraiser here or, better yet, donate in person at the game!

Volleyball vs. Penn

  • 7 pm @ Levien Gym (inside Dodge)
  • Season record: (10-8, 3-5 IVY)
  • After a 0-3 loss against Cornell last Saturday, the Lions are looking to come back as they host the Quakers tomorrow. It’s 7 pm. It’s on campus. Be there.

XC vs Ivy League Cross Country Heps was this morning at 11 am at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx*

Saturday, November 2nd

Men’s Soccer vs. Yale

  • 1 pm @ Baker Athletics Complex
  • Season record: 4-5-4 (1-1-2 IVY)
  • Stop by Baker with your friends to watch the Lions take on the Bulldogs’ Men’s Soccer team as they look to tie up their overall record.

Women’s Soccer vs. Yale

  • 5 pm @ Baker Athletics Complex
  • Season record: 8-3-3 (2-1-2 IVY)
  • If you can’t make it to the Men’s Soccer game, come later in the afternoon to support the Lions as Women’s Soccer faces off against Yale.

Volleyball vs. Princeton

  • 5 pm @ Levien Gym
  • Season record: (10-8, 3-5 IVY)
  • Still fresh from their matchup today against Penn, the Volleyball team will play the Tigers in their second game of a busy weekend.

Reminder: You can take the 1 train to get to Baker– it’s on 218th Street, which is a couple minutes’ walk from the 215th Street stop on the 1. Assuming that there are no repairs to be made and trains don’t skip the stop this weekend, this method shouldn’t take longer than half an hour one way. Make sure to always double-check service statuses (for any train) before you leave!

Hope you all have restful fall breaks :)

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