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Enjoy last week’s highlights and see upcoming competitions for the week of January 22!

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See, Bwog loves sports. Editor’s warning: mentions of violence.

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Time is running out before Columbia’s lawns fall victim to commencement. Before that happens, let us celebrate via power rankings the best and worst sports and activities to play on Columbia’s lawns. 1.Sunbathing – While you can do this on the thin strips of lawn along College Walk, it’s best done on the wide expanses of the South […]

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Bwog’s favorite young sports aficionado Ross Chapman brings you the play-by-play of the most recent women’s field hockey game, and plenty more athletic updates. A pair of second half goals five minutes apart for senior tri-captain Zoe Blake powered the Lions past the Wildcats 5-2 today at the Columbia Field Hockey Stadium at the Baker Athletic […]

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Bwog’s best sports fan, Max Rettig, brings you the latest in Columbia athletics. The men’s basketball team lost a hard-fought battle against Elon University on Sunday. The Lions faced an early 15-0 deficit before rallying back to force overtime. The team trailed Elon for mostly the entire game, but junior Alex Rosenberg hit a game-tying 3-pointer with […]

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