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Last week’s highlights and upcoming competitions for the week of February 28.

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On Friday, February 18, the Columbia Women’s Basketball Team beat the Harvard Crimson by four points in an exhilarating match. Caroline Mullooly and Rachel Powell report.

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Last week’s highlights and upcoming competitions for the week of February 21.

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Turnovers crush Columbia’s hopes of beating the Big Green, leading to a 76-63 loss. 

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The Fightin’ Blue Hens (6-2) fell to the Lions (8-2) in the fourth quarter after an incredible 27-point performance by Columbia’s Abbey Hsu (CC ’24).

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The Lions pushed the game into overtime after going on a 16-0 run late in the second half, finally crushing the Bearcats in overtime for an impressive comeback victory.

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The Lions let out a whimper as they fell to the Marist Red Foxes 67-82, leaving them 0-2 for the season.

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The Lions made a stunning showing with a decisive 78-56 win over the Hampton Lady Pirates to officially start their 2021–2022 season.

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An attempted analysis and breakdown of a sport I still don’t understand.

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After recovering from a loss to Ivy League co-leader Brown, the Lions demolished Penn 2-0.

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